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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...
50 Nanyang Avenue
Founded in 1955
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Nanyang Technological University Key Developments
Thales Alenia Space and Nanyang Technological University Establish a Joint Research Laboratory on NTU's Campus
Feb 17 15
Thales Alenia Space and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are establishing a joint research laboratory on NTU's campus dedicated to developing new concepts and technology for small satellites. The lab, named Smart Small Satellite Systems-Thales in NTU (S4TIN), will focus on spacecraft with a mass of less than 100 kilograms. Thales Research and Technology Singapore and NTU have worked together on previous projects in the past. Together, Thales Alenia Space and NTU have agreed on joint satellite programs to pursue, including one on space-based infrared imaging, and another on Automatic Identification System (AIS) for maritime security. NTU has four satellites in orbit today, and two more that are nearly complete. One, VELOX CI is Singapore's first climate satellite, and the other, VELOX 2, is an experimental communications spacecraft. The university also announced the opening of its Satellite Research Center 2 (SaRC-2), which houses modern satellite communications and research equipment.
Alstom and NTU Collaborate to Design, Develop and Deploy MPMM Solution
Jan 7 15
Alstom SA and Nanyang Technological University, or NTU, have collaborated to design, develop and deploy MicroGrid Power Mix Management, or MPMM, solution in the context of the Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator - Singapore, or REIDS, initiative. This collaboration will begin from January 2015. Announced in October 2014, the REIDS initiative, a first in the region will encompass the construction of a microgrid to manage and integrate electricity generated from multiple sources including solar, wind, tidal, diesel, as well as energy storage and power-to-gas solutions. Together with NTU, Alstom will jointly develop a unique MicroGrid Power Mix Management solution, based on Alstom's Digital Automation Platform (DAP), which will manage power exchanges within a microgrid both when it is connected to or separated from the main grid. This solution is to be implemented at NTU's EcoCampus and subsequently on the Semakau Landfill, an offshore landfill between the islands Pulau Semakau and Pulau Sakeng, located south of the main island of Singapore. The deployment within the EcoCampus will allow NTU to further enhance the energy efficiency of its campus while also integrating a mix of distributed energy resources, such as solar, wind, diesel and gas technologies, deployed in the Campus. The Semakau Landfill project will demonstrate the ability to manage new energy mix based on high penetration of renewable sources in an off-the-grid environment. The main objective of this project is to ensure a greener and stable supply of energy through the integration of smart energy management and energy storage systems.
NTU Singapore and LightLab Sweden AB Launch Joint Research in Low Energy Lighting
Dec 8 14
LightLab Sweden AB and Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) will be collaborating to develop the next generation low-cost, energy-efficient lighting technology. Under the new partnership, the joint research programme will be hosted by NTU's LUMINOUS! Centre of Excellence for Semiconductor Lighting and Displays. The NTU research centre, which specializes in energy efficiency and quality lighting and displays, will provide the expertise and facilities to develop the next generation lighting technology. Leveraging NTU's strengths in lighting technology, the partnership is also expected to unleash the full potential of EEE Light(Registered), a unique lighting technology based on field emission developed by LightLab. LightLab are looking to bolstering it with new materials and light extraction technologies through the research partnership.
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