Programmes to train and equip NUS graduates with knowledge and skills to plan and design green data centres, and pioneer next-generation power devices for green automotive and energy harvesting
The National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) jointly launched two new research programmes today to nurture and train skilled professionals to power Green Electronics, a new growth area in the electronics sector. These programmes will lead to a PhD degree for successful candidates who may be supported through scholarships provided by A*STAR and NUS.
Green Electronics have been identified by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) to transform the electronics sector into a new engine for economic growth, alongside BioElectronics, Plastic Electronics and Security. EDB recently reported that the electronics sector experienced a 27 per cent growth and generated $89.9 billion in fixed asset investment last year. Read more