The Programme

6 June 2011 (Monday)
  • 0900-0930: Check-in Accommodation
  • 0930-1000: Briefing and Orientation on the Halls' Facilities and Amenities
  • 1000-1030: Welcome Tea
  • 1100-1110: Keynote Address by Senior Associate Provost
  • 1110-1200: Briefing by...
        • Dean of Admission
        • Chairman of Working Committee for Flagship Programme
  • 1200-1230: Plenary Session 
        • Importance of Water - Dirty and Clean by Prof Ng Wun Jern, Executive Director, Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute (NEWRI)
  • 1230-1330: Lunch
  • 1330-1530: Plenary Session
        • Revolution of Microelectronics Technology by Prof Yeo Kiat Seng, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Head of Division of Circuits & System
        • Biomedical Engineering & Technology by Prof Ma Jan, Chair, School of Materials Science & Engineering
        • IT for Animation by Prof Seah Hock Soon, School of Computing Engineering, Division of Computing Systems
        • Disappearing glaciers, rising sea levels, and why gravity is even more important than you think by Asst Prof Emma Hill, School of Phjavascript:void(0)ysical & Mathematical Sciences, Divisoin of Earth Sciences
  • 1530-1600: Tea Break
  • 1600-1700: Campus Tour
  • 1700-1830: Debrief & Rest
  • 1830-1930: Dinner
  • 2000-2200: Networking and Interaction with NTU Student Leaders
7 June 2011 (Tuesday)
  • 0730-0830: Breakfast
  • 0830-1000: Briefing on Applied Project Challenge
  • 1000-1030: Tea Break
  • 1030-1230: Applied Project Challenge
  • 1230-1330: Lunch 
  • 1330-1530: Applied Project Challenge (cont'd)
  • 1530-1600: Tea Break
  • 1600-1700: Applied Project Challenge
  • 1700-1830: Debrief & Rest
  • 1830-1930: Dinner
  • 1930-2130: Movie Screening of ADM works
8 June 2011 (Wednesday)
  • 0730-0830: Breakfast
  • 0830-1000: Wrap up Project
  • 1000-1030: Tea Break
  • 1030-1230: Preparation for Project Sharing Session
  • 1230-1330: Lunch
  • 1330-1530: Project Sharing Session
  • 1530-1600: Closing Remarks
  • 1600-1700: Check out