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​​Glorious Victory for NTU College of Engineering at The Undergraduate Awards 2017

Published on: 22-Sep-2017

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The College of Engineering is proud to announce that 8 of our alumni and student were named Highly Commended Entrants in the Computer Sciences and Engineering categories and Global Winner for Engineering at The Undergraduate Awards 2017. 

The Undergraduate Awards is the world's leading undergraduate awards programme which recognises top undergraduate work, shares this work with a global audience and connects students across cultures and disciplines. Open to all penultimate and final year undergraduate students, as well as students who have graduated within the programme year, entrants can submit their work to one of the 25 categories, which represent a broad range of academic disciplines. A panel of international academics and industry leaders will assess the reports and the best 10% of submissions is shortlisted as Highly Commended while the top submission in each category is deemed the Global Winner.

This year, The Undergraduate Awards received a record number of 6,432 submissions from 299 institutions in 47 countries. ​

Nguyen Phan Huy from NTU's School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE) was named one of the Highly Commended Entrants in the Computer Sciences category, while 7 other alumni and student from NTU CoE were named Highly Commended Entrants in the Engineering category. They are:

  • Amber Tan, Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP)

  • Chow Shi Lin, Clarice, Renaissance Engineering Programme (REP)

  • Eng Chin Yee, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)

  • Lim Wei Kai, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)

  • Low Zheng Hua, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

  • Ng Tsu Kian, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

  • Toh Zhi Yuan, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

​Amber Tan from REP was also crowned the Global Winner for Engineering, with her project on "Investigating the Effects of Toothed Edges and Large Openings on the Seismic Behaviour of Confined Masonry Walls".

​Our warmest congratulations to our alumni and student for their achievements! ​​​​​​​

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