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Tan Chin Tuan Exchange Fellowship

The Tan Chin Tuan Exchange Fellowship in Engineering programme, supported by the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, facilitates the exchange of full-time academic staff between NTU and renowned overseas universities and research centres for international academic and research collaborations.

 
Duration of attachment
2 weeks* to 3 months
 
*applicable to inbound only
 
Terms of support
The Fellowship will provide for return airfare and a monthly stipend of SGD 8,000 
 
Application period
Sep to Oct
 
Further Enquiries
Please contact Associate Dean (Research) at vd-res-coe@ntu.edu.sg

 


**Tan Chin Tuan Exchange Fellowship FY2019 Awardees** 





Tan Chin Tuan Fellow (Senior Inbound)

​​                                     ​ ​​​Vi​siting Researcher​​ ​Research Programme @NTU ​​Hosted by  ​Visiting Pe​riod

University of California, United States



Structural Metals and Alloys Program

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

16 to 23 June 2019

The University of Texas at Austin, United States


Integrating Autonomous Vehicles into Sustainable Transportation Systems

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering​

18 to 30 August 2019


​Prof Wenjing Lou

Virginia Tech, Northern Virginia Center​, United States

​Blockchain security: data privacy protection in smart contracts

School of Computer Science and Engineering

23 to 27 September 2019
 

 

Tan Chin Tuan Fellow (Inbound)

​​ ​Vi​siting Researcher    ​Research Programme @NTU ​Hosted by  ​Visiting
Pe​riod

​Assoc Prof Adel Merabet

Saint Mary’s University, Canada

Energy Management and Control in Distributed Generators Based Smart Microgrid
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

02 May to 28 July 2019



University Claude ​Bernard Lyon 1, France

  
Microcolumn Perovskite Radiation Detectors and Other Applications
 
 CNRS International NTU THALES 
Research Alliances (CINTRA)​


17 June to 22 July 2019


Prof Vitaly Podzorov​

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, United States



Investigation of the intrinsic charge transport properties of organic and (hybrid) perovskite semiconductors via Hall effect and photocurrent excitation spectroscopy.​

School of Materials Science and Engineering

8 July to 22 August 2019

Prof Ulrich Kleinekathöfer

Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

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Multi-scale modeling of energy transfer in light-harvesting systems

School of Materials Science and Engineering

01 to 31 August 2019

 
 

University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China



Probing novel two-dimensional quantum materials at the atomic scale


​School of Materials Science and Engineering


December 
2019 to January 2020


 

Tan Chin Tuan Fellow (Outbound)

​NTU Faculty ​Institution of attachment

 

Assoc Prof Liu Yang 

School of Computer Science and Engineering



Purdue University, United States

 



​Asst Prof Xu Chenjie​​

School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering

Harvard University, United States

​​
Assoc Prof Su Pei-Chen

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Seoul National University (SNU), South Korea

Assoc Prof Xu Zhichuan Jason

School of Materials Science and Engineering
​University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


Asst Prof Fan Zheng, David


School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Duke University, United States


​Assoc Prof Lee Yee Hui

School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

​Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria


​Dr Li Fang

School of Computer Science and Engineering

Waseda University, Japan​


Assoc Prof Anutosh Chakraborty

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering​

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Assoc Prof Chew Jia Wei​

​School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering

Pennsylvania State University, United States​
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