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.Read more ➤
Technische Universität München Asia (TUM Asia) has partnered the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to host a 2-Day Research Symposium in Singapore on the theme of “Sustainable Energy Buildings” from 23rd – 24th November 2015. This event is jointly supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Due to popular demand, TUM Asia hosted a second run of the Biologics workshop to cater to the demand of professionals in this industry. This is held in partnership with e2i.
Participants will be introduced to bioengineering principles, synthetic biology, engineering life, biologics in pharmaceutical processes as well as agriculture and human disease modelling which ranges from R&D to applied industrial processes that offer insights into regulatory compliance, CMC and QC processes.
Considering a Doctorate (PhD) programme? Find out more about doing your Doctorate in Germany at our upcoming Information Session.
The 5th GAST Travelling conference brings together leading experts from all over Germany and Southeast Asia to shed insights and experiences on the topic of IT security. The invitation to attend the conference is extended to interested individuals in industry or to the public with compliments.
Prof. Florian Holzapfel will be sharing on his recent research work on “Predictive Flight Safety” & “Brainflight” at our open-to-public Aerospace Seminar on 11 September 2014. Join us to find out more about the upcoming technological breakthroughs in the Aerospace industry!