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Thank you for joining us for Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day 2021!

Recordings of the various sessions will be available in due course.

REIMAGINE NUS
To prepare its graduates for a constantly-evolving and VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) future, NUS introduced a new way of teaching, learning and thinking that emphasises interdisciplinary interface and interplay. As the future of work continues to evolve, how does NUS stay agile and nimble to anticipate and respond to these changes, to ensure that its graduates stay ahead of the curve? Join our esteemed panelists as they discuss the genesis and impact of these new initiatives, and how NUS is stays prepared for future challenges. Speakers:
Professor Tan Eng Chye (Science ’85)

NUS President

Dr Intan Azura Mokhtar (Science ’98)
Member, NUS Alumni Advisory Board

Mr Chiam Yeng Heeng (Business Year 4)
Vice President (External), 42nd NUSSU Executive Committee
REIMAGINE Science REIMAGINE Work REIMAGINE Home

Colourful Chemistry

BIZAlum Innovation in Business Forum: Game changers with Creative and Innovative ideas

Nurturing a Love of Learning at Home

Surprising Numbers

From Finance to Game Publisher

Let's Get Started to Grow Your Own Food

Science EDUtainment

From Food Waste to Bio-Gold – Insects: Little Creatures, Big Changes

In the Kitchen with Chef Aw

The Last Lecture - Finding Meaning and Purpose through Hope
 
How to Work Safely from Home
REIMAGINE Tech REIMAGINE Wellness

How Data is Reshaping the Way We Work

Sarcopenia: Ageing and Muscle Loss

Everyday Technologies and Showcase of NUS FinTechSG Projects

What is Keto and What is the Science Behind a Keto Diet?

Please click on the headings below to view details of the other programmes:

Time Topic Speaker(s)
10.00am - 11.30am How Data is Reshaping the Way We Work
The emergence of data science and analytics capabilities has not just impacted the tech companies, but also changed traditional industries such as Chemical Engineering. Data has not only become more available and seen as an asset in companies but is also increasingly a catalyst for better decision-making. In this session, our speakers will share briefly how data science and analytics are being used in their careers.

This session is presented by NUS Chemical Engineering Alumni.
1.  Ms Serena Huang (Engineering ’12)
     Lead market analyst, Vortexa
2.  Ms Caroline Goon (Engineering ’07)
     Financial Services
3.  Dr Gurpreet Singh (Engineering ’17)
     Senior Manager, Data Science Capabilities, GSK
2.00pm - 3.30pm Everyday Technologies
Technology is inevitable in our everyday lives. It improves work, makes the world better and brings us closer together on how we work, learn and play during this pandemic and the new normal going forward. As we usher in a new era of digital transformation, come and join us in this webinar to gain a fundamental understanding of 5G technology and integrating the most modern and exciting technology in our daily life!

Showcase of NUS FinTechSG Projects
Have you ever wondered how Financial Technology connect with your daily life in a fun way? Come and hear how FinTech been used in our daily life!

This session is presented by Advanced Computing for Executives, School of Computing.
1.  Mr T K Ng (Computing ’93)
     CEO, SFX Corporation Pte Ltd
2.  Mr Jim Lim
     Executive Education Fellow, Advanced Computing for Executives, NUS
     Former CEO, Good Doctor Technology
     Former CTO, Huawei International
3.  A/Prof Keith Carter
     Director, NUS Fintech Lab
     Co-Director, CRYSTAL Centre
3.30pm - 4.30pm A Showcase of Innovation and Technology

1.  Battery-free Wearable Technology
An innovative power transmission and energy harvesting system that uses the human body to transmit power to wearable devices has been developed by NUS Engineers. The research team behind the process is led by Associate Professor Jerald Yoo from the NUS Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the N.1 Institute for Health.

2.  NuX-1
NuSpace builds nanosatellites which are optimized for IoT applications, allowing low cost IoT connectivity service to be offered. In this segment, Mr Ng Zhen Ning would be sharing about NuX-1, NuSpace’s first technology demonstration satellite, and how NuSpace plans to plug the gap of IoT connectivity in areas that are not served by conventional communication infrastructure.

3.  Rediscover RoboMaster
The challenge returns because you asked for it! Grab the chance to remotely pilot robots from the comfort of your home! Put your shooting skills to the test and experience the excitement of a competition!

This session is presented by the Faculty of Engineering.
1.  A/Prof Jerald Yoo
     Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
2.  Mr Ng Zhen Ning (Engineering ’15)
     CEO & Co-Founder of NuSpace
     NUS Engineering Science Programme' 2015
3.  Ms Liu Hongman
     Captain, NUS RoboMaster
     Year 3, Mechanical Engineering
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Time Programme
11.00am - 1.00pm NUSSU Rag & Flag 2021
1.00pm - 2.00pm NUS' Art Spaces
Introduction to CFA
A Tour of CFA Spaces
UCC Virtual Backstage Tour
NUS Museum Virtual Tour
NUS Baba House Virtual Tour
2.00pm - 3.00pm Arts in the Community - Build-A-Bridge Project
3.00pm - 4.00pm Music - NUS Piano Ensemble Alumni and NUS Piano Ensemble
4.00pm - 5.30pm Dance
NUS Dance Ensemble
NUS Dance Synergy
NUS Dance Blast!
NUS Indian Dance
NUS Ilsa Tari
NUS Chinese Dance NUS Naach
5.30pm - 6.00pm Music - NUS Jazz Band

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