Through this speaker series, experienced academics & researchers will be sharing key emerging trends & developments in aerospace and additive engineering, focusing on 3D printing. Find out more on 8 November.Read more ➤
First Industrie 4.0 Specialist Diploma being offered in Singapore. Learn from the key drivers of Industrie 4.0 and Advanced Digital Manufacturing, with up to 90% of Skillsfuture funding. Free Preview of the course is available.Read more ➤
Plastics technology plays a key role in creating innovative medical products. Although the basic technologies used are of general nature and are applied in many economic sectors, numerous specific aspects must be taken into account in medical technology that make medical plastics technology particularly challenging. In this upcoming symposium on 10 October 2018, it will explore how international cooperation clusters can work together on medical plastics engineering in Singapore.
Join us for the Information Session for our Specialist Diploma in Advanced Digital Manufacturing (ADM). Find out how the direct guidance of German experts who are key drivers of Industrie 4.0, can equip participants with relevant Industrie 4.0 knowledge and skills as well as hands-on experience with Industrie 4.0 training equipment.
Considering a Doctorate (PhD) programme? Find out more about doing your Doctorate in Germany at the upcoming information session, jointly organized with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
The growth of digital healthcare has seen both promising and threatening shifts in healthcare practices accompanied with growing importance and sophistication of digital technologies such as electronic patient records, smart wearable devices and healthcare applications. In our upcoming symposium on 3 April 2018, held in partnership with DAAD, it will explore how new technological breakthroughs are changing the landscape in healthcare services.
Additive manufacturing is a technology that brings about new business opportunities and dramatically reshape how we live, work and play. In particular, the biomedical industry has been revolutionized by additive manufacturing as 3D printed medical devices and prosthetics are commonly used in patient care. This symposium on 6 February aims to bring together potential partners and collaborators from Singapore and Germany. It showcases the R&D work carried out in both countries and explores the impact of additive manufacturing on the biomedical industry.
The Technical University of Munich Asia (TUM Asia) has partnered the Employment & Employability Institute (e2i) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to host a 1.5 Day Research Symposium in Singapore on the theme of “Beyond the Hype: The Impact of Industrie 4.0 on our Social and Political Landscape” from 16 to 17 October 2017. This event is jointly supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.