SCSE TECHNOVATION DAY 2018
12 May 2018, Saturday
9.30am - 6.00 pm
Celebrating 30 years, we strive to inspire our students through Ideation, Innovation and Technology. The School of Computer Science and Engineering, NTU, is proud to showcase some of the finest projects on real-life problem solving by our students.
On top of demonstrating the multitudes of application areas our computer science/engineering students can look forward to, the event also showcases the various training approaches in SCSE that nurture capabilities, inculcate entrepreneurship in our students as well as enable them to utilise their skills efficiently in the future.
As we continue to lead change and innovate for a better future, SCSE has also arranged for industry-sharing for our youth to learn more about the onset of the fourth industrial revolution, how digital innovation, digitization and cyber physical systems are making quantum leaps; and how these will impact our daily lives, the industries and the skills that we will need to ride along.
Come and visit us to experience and explore some of these exciting projects.
DETAILS OF EVENT:
Experience and Explore:
40 Posters Displays
7 Industry Booths
TECHNOVATION FAIR LAYOUT AT CANOPY K:
VOTE FOR THE TOP 3 Project Categories:
HOW TO FIND US :
OPEN TO PUBLIC : 9.30 – 18:00
PLEASE REGISTER IF YOU ARE FROM ONE OF THESE :
- TAXI : DROP OFF AT CARPARK A –OPPSITE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SIDE and BESIDE TCT LT ( PLEASE GO INTO CARPARK AND DROPOFF INFRONT OF NORTHSPINE PLAZA AND WALK THROUGH MARKET PLACE towards the Canopy K (Directional signage can be found along the way)
- CAR: YOU CAN PARK AT CARPARK A (FREE PARKING) OPPSITE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SIDE and BESIDE TCT LT
- BUS SERVICES : 179 (BOON LAY MRT – get down at Lee Wee Nam library bus stop and proceed up the stairs.
- FREE SHUTTLE FROM PIONEER MRT ( CAMPUS WEEKEND RIDER ) GET OFF AT ADMIN BUILDING and WALK IN TOWARDS NORTHSPINE PLAZA.
JC / SCHOOLS/ FRESHMEN 2018 :
ALL NTU STUDENTS , FACULTY and STAFF
- WALK IN REGISTRATION
EXCITING GAMES – MICROSOFT WATCHES TO BE WON