Temasek Polytechnic School of Engineering (ENG) provides a range of industry related services. Through a multi-disciplinary team of dedicated staff in the various fields of engineering, the School provides technical consultancy services and also works on collaboration projects.
Our Centres of Excellence are well-equiped to meet the industry's needs. Our staff, who have expertise in various areas, will be pleased to work closely with you.
ENG Centres of Excellence
|S/No.||Name of Centre||About the Centre|
|1.||Biomedical Engineering Research Centre|
This interdisciplinary research Centre provides the platform to promote the interaction of clinicians, chemists, bio-chemists, electrical & electronic engineers, mechanical engineers and industrial designers to invent, innovate and provide cost effective solutions in the treatment of end-stage renal disease (ESRD). The Centre also aims to provide the technology to the industry for commercialisation as well as the expertise in biomedical regulatory compliance.
|2||Clean Energy Centre|
This Centre deals with clean energy technology and applications such as fuel cell technology and applications, solid-state power electronics and energy efficiency and management. It has modern research facilities with state-of-the-art equipment for conducting applied and industry-relevant research & development in clean energy technology such as fuel cell technology, LED lighting, solar-hydrogen technology & applications and analogue switching power circuits.
Infocomm Solutions Centre
The Centre focuses on core technologies involving enterprise web services & solutions, network technologies, mobile applications and game development. The objective is to proliferate and develop these technologies for research & development, training and industry collaborations. The Centre has identified hospitality & tourism, healthcare, education and digital entertainment as strategic areas/sectors in which to develop strong domain knowledge. It seeks to continually renew and align itself with IDA’s iN2015 initiatives. Thus far, the Centre has successfully partnered consortiums led by industry champions in various Calls for Collaborations (CFC), namely, Connecting the Community CFC (2002), Healthcare CFC (2004) and FutureSchools@SG CFC (2008). Some of the key collaboration partners include Philips Electronics (S) Pte Ltd, Microsoft Singapore, ST Electronics (Training & Simulation Systems) Pte Ltd, Sun Microsystems, National Institute of Education, Information Technology Standards Committee (ITSC), and Motorola Electronics (S) Pte Ltd.
IDC Asia is a strategic partnership founded by Temasek Polytechnic, IM Innovations Pte Ltd and EON Reality Inc., and is supported by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA). The Centre aims to provide leadership in user-inspired research, innovative application development and system integration to support 3D visualisation technologies. IDC Asia's role is to help the various industry sectors such as healthcare, education, transportation, aerospace, architecture, construction and engineering adopt innovative Interactive Digital Media (IDM) solutions in order to gain a competitive advantage in their business. IDC Asia is positioned as a leading virtual and physical hub for connectivity, innovation and collaboration amongst the Interactive Digital Media (IDM) community, especially in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region.
Temasek Microelectronics Centre
Microelectronics has emerged with more stringent, complex and competitive standards, as it moves towards the nano era. This Centre upgrades and matches capabilities in these standards while focusing on the main area of Micro-Electro- Mechanical Systems (MEMS). The focus on MEMS technology includes the design, fabrication, and the testing and application of silicon and polymer MEMS, with the primary emphasis on sensors. Fabrication and testing are carried out in a Class 100 Cleanroom equipped with the latest tools for wafer processing and testing.
|6.||Robotics & Automation Centre|
This Centre strives to foster, develop and promote technologies through innovation, applied research, capability development and application in robotics and automation relevant to industry needs. The core technological areas include wireless sensor network, embedded intelligent system, robotic navigation, path planning, obstacle navigation, motion control for research robots, programmable/motion control for automation, machine vision, process control and simulation. The areas of focus are:
|7.||Temasek Aviation & Aerospace Centre|
This Centre was created to meet the needs of the aviation/aerospace industry for quality training, consultancy and collaborative industry-focused applied research projects. The Centre’s core competencies lie in the areas of:
a) Aviation management, specialising in airport/airline operations, air traffic management & flight operation, and cabin hospitality & safety
b) Aerospace electronics, specialising in avionics, flight instrumentation, and aircraft ground run simulation
c) Aerospace engineering, specialising in developing training technology for aerospace systems and materials
Equipped with state of the art training and research facilities, the Centre aims to collaborate with like-minded industry players and training institutions to further the industry's human resources development, safety and economic goals.
TP-LTT Training Centre, Singapore, provides world class aerospace training and wide global recognition, supported by the long-standing reputation of Germany's Lufthansa Airlines and its training arm, Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT).
The TP-LTT Training Centre in Singapore conducts Aerospace Training Programmes for Aerospace & Aviation students in Temasek Polytechnic School of Engineering, as well as professional course for working adults.