I3C Symposium on Industrial Infrastructure Research
The Symposium aims to showcase JTC’s innovation, research and development collaborative efforts with the three I3 Centres over the past 5 years. It also serves as an opportunity for researchers in the Building & Infrastructure research fields to network and exchange innovative ideas, best practices and challenges in built environments. We are pleased to also invite government agencies, academics, researchers, robotic and automation technology professionals from the industry. Participation in the symposium is by invitation only.
To facilitate the necessary logistics planning, please RSVP with your name, contact number, email address, organisation name and designation by 20th November 2017, using the link indicated below.
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Directions to the Symposium:
To promote sustainability, we encourage you to take public transport or minimally car-pool to reduce your carbon footprint. The JTC Summit is a 5-min walk from Jurong East MRT Station. For drivers, please park at nearby carparks such as The iHub (former Jurong Town Hall building), JCube, Westgate, JEM and Big Box as there might not be sufficient carpark lots in JTC Summit on that day.
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- Opening Remarks, Mr David Tan, Asst Chief Executive (Development Group) JTC; Co-Chairman of NTU-, NUS- and SUTD-I3Centre Steering Committees
- Overview of NTU-JTC I3C, Prof Chu Jian, NTU-JTC I3C Co-Director (NTU)
- Keynote Lecture 1 : Design and Construction of the Hong Kong – Zhuhai- Macao Bridge Project, Albert Yeung, Department of Civil Engineering University of Hong Kong (NTU)
- Precast Bendable Concrete Paving Slab for Speedy Road Construction, Asst Prof Yang En-Hua (NTU)
- FiroShield: an innovative approach in the conventional fire-retardant coatings area, Asst Prof Aravind Dasari (NTU)
- Innovations in Construction Service Robots, Chen I-Ming, Fellow of IEEE and ASME, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (NTU)
- Designing High-Performance Deployable Robots for Built Environments, Asst Prof Mohan Rajesh Elara, Engineering Product Development Pillar (SUTD)
- Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP) for Self-Healing Concrete, Jeong Yeonung, Research Fellow, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (NUS)
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Online bookings are not available for this event.