Research and teaching interests of faculty staff in the Manufacturing Group are towards value-adding manufacturing through information technology (IT) applications and process innovation. These include novel processes based on rapid prototyping, and ultra-precision and micro-machining, with recent interests in applications to bio-manufacturing, and advanced research in computer-aided design and integrated systems facilitated by information and communication technology, internet-enabled concurrent engineering, augmented and virtual reality, and artificial intelligence applications. Staff members are also actively involved in automotive engineering projects, notably the FSAE race cars, eco-cars, urban concept cars, and solar-powered cars.
Faculty of Engineering, NUS
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