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Company Overview of Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang Technological University is an education institution that offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the field of management; engineering; accountancy and business; art, design, and media; communication studies; education; engineering; humanities; medicine; science; and sport science. The schools of the university include Nanyang Business School; College of Engineering; College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; College of Science; Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine; Interdisciplinary Graduate School; National Institute of Education; and S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. The institution was formerly known as Nanyang Technological Institute and changed its n...
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Founded in 1955
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Nanyang Technological University Key Developments
LightLab Announces Early Results from the Collaboration with Nanyang Technological University
Nov 10 15
As initially announced in December 8th 2014, LightLab is collaborating with Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore to develop low-cost, energy-efficient lighting technology. This project has during 2015 been focused towards UV lighting, in line with LightLab's general direction. The collaboration has now given early results by a second joint patent application, this time for UV light extraction, a technique to enhance energy efficiency in UV light sources. In parallel the process technology has been developed and verified by LightLab in Uppsala, Sweden. When developing this technology LightLab has been able to build on the core technology for generating nano structures, which earlier has been developed for the company’s field emission cathode. From a commercial point of view this light extraction technology opens up a new potential business opportunity for the company, as it can be applied also on light sources which are manufactured using another core technology than LightLab’s own EEE Light® Technology. During the next months the efficiency of this light extraction technology will be investigated for other applications than UV light sources, e.g. solar cells. The company judges that the new technology can be ready for commercialization starting next year, 2016. The ongoing research collaboration project with NTU is on track. From a technical point of view the target is to develop chip-scale light sources at a low cost per chip and with moderate investments in production equipment and facilities. From a business perspective the target is to give LightLab’s customers a completely new opportunity to develop innovative and cost efficient UV light based water and air purification products, within both existing and new market segments. The first chip-scale UV light sources from the project are expected during the first half of year 2016, with the target to be able to commercialize the results from the project, starting in year 2017.
Airbus Defence and Space Signs R&D Agreement with Nanyang Technological University on Satellite Interference Management
Oct 24 15
Airbus Defence and Space and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have signed a research and development agreement following a call for innovative research proposals named Astrium Innova. The agreement, signed at the Singapore Space Symposium at NTU Singapore, will focus on NTU s winning research proposal Interference Management for Emerging Satellite Communication Networks. Airbus Defence and Space held an open call for research proposals covering innovative space technologies, and NTU had the only successful entry. The agreement, for two years, will look to identify innovative methods to manage interference that will increase in future high capacity multi-beam satellite transmissions, as technology advances and the market expands. This will enable greater growth opportunities for operators, especially using multi-beam and multi-satellite systems. The project will involve a core team at NTU Singapore working together with Airbus Defence and Space in the UK and Airbus Group Innovations in Singapore.
Nanyang Technological University, Austrian Institute of Technology and Medical University of Vienna Launch SGD 10 Million Partnership to Develop Medical Technologies
Oct 23 15
The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has partnered two Austrian institutions in a bid to develop next-generation medical technologies. NTU announced the SGD 10 million research collaboration with the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) and the Medical University of Vienna (MUV) on Oct. 23. The agreement was signed on the inaugural Singapore-Austria Innovation and Business Day, which aims to enhance the business and research collaborations between the two countries. The five-year collaboration aims to spur innovations in medical imaging technologies such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET) scans and optical scanners. Advances in digital imaging technologies in healthcare would be able to help in enhancing disease detection, improving the chances of treatment and cure, and reducing inefficiencies in healthcare delivery. The partnership will kick-start with a series of joint medical research programmes, such as staff and student exchanges and laboratory attachments, and the setting up of a joint PhD programme between NTU and MUV. An NTU-led joint research centre will also be set up on the NTU campus.
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