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L’Oreal Women in Science National Fellowship 2014
Associate Professor Ho Ghim Wei from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering was accorded the Physical & Engineering Science fellowship for her research in “Functional Nanomaterials for Photocatalysis Solar Hydrogen Production”.
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Transparent Conducting Oxides work was featured by TODAY and the Faculty of Engineering, NUS
NUS team comes up with easier method to make transparent conductors - and has big plans for the technology
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A/Prof Ho awarded ESP Teaching Commendation Award
A/Prof Ho was awarded the ESP Teaching Commendation Award in recognition for displaying outstanding teaching ability and passion in value-adding to the learning of Engineering Science students.
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Congratulations to Kevin Moe for winning the First Prize at the 2nd Graduate Student Symposium
Congratulations to Kevin Moe for winning the First Prize at the 2nd Graduate Student Symposium under the Microelectronic Technologies & Devices Track. His paper was titled “An Aqueous Route Towards 3-Dimensional Transparent Conducting Films on Glass for Photovoltaic Applications”. 14 winners were chosen from 180 presenters.
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A/Prof Ho’s work on Energy was featured at NUS
A/Prof Ho Ghim Wei and her team focus their research in developing cost-effective three-dimensional transparent conductors using cheap aqueous method that can potentially replace conventional indium tin oxide (ITO) electrodes for displays, lighting, batteries to solar cells applications. The significant achievement can allow various electronics manufacturers to use the new design electrodes to make the same device at a lower cost and higher efficiency.
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Kevin Moe’s work on Transparent Conducting Oxides was featured by Renewable Energy Global Innovations
“Scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS), one of the world’s leading university, have demonstrated that it is possible to replace ITO in dye sensitized solar cell (DSSC) with 3-dimensional transparent conductors (TC) fabricated using a cheap aqueous method.
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“New Solution Processable 3D Transparent Conductive Film – Heads Up For Electronics Devices” was featured in Nanotechnology Now, The Nanotechnology,
"New Solution Processable 3D Transparent Conductive Film – Heads Up For Electronics Devices" was featured in Nanotechnology Now, The Nanotechnology, Printed Electronics World and Nanowerk.
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Faculty Highlight – Designing flexible zinc oxide films for more innovative electronic devices
Designing flexible zinc oxide films for more innovative electronic devices
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NUS Team Makes Cheap Power from Rainwater
Scientists at NUS have found a cheap way to convert rainwater into electricity and they are expanding their research to include sea water and wastewater.
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VIP Visit
Professor Sir Mark E. Welland, Chief Scientific Advisor to the Minisitry of Defense, UK, visited the Nano Energy Lab on 3 June 2011.
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A/Prof Ho’s work on Nanoflowers was featured by various media
A/Prof Ho’s work on Nanoflowers was featured by various media
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