Dr ONG Eng Teo
Lecturer

National University of Singapore
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Contact: +65-6516-2556



Qualification
Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering), National University of Singapore
B.Eng (Mechanical Engineering), National University of Singapore

Research Interests
Numerical methods in modelling and simulation of engineering
mechanics.
Vibration control of mechatronic system

Selected Publications
[1] E.T. Ong, F. Hong, N.Y. Liu, et al, “A Mechanical-Servo Simulation Platform for
realistic modelling of HDD track following operation”, ISPS Conference 2010.
[2] Y.Y. Hu, S. Yoshida, S. Nakamura, K. Watanabe, W.Z. Lin, E.T. Ong, J.Q. Mou,
“Analysis of Built-in Speaker-Induced Structural-Acoustic Vibration of Hard Disk
Drives in Notebook PCs”, IEEE Trans. Magnetics, vol. 45, pp. 4950-55, 2009.
[3] W.Z. Lin, E.T. Ong, E.H. Ong, “Efficient simulation of hard disk drive operational
shock response using model order reduction”, J. Microsystem Technologies, vol. 15,
no. 10, pp. 1521-24, 2009.
[4] H.H. Long, E.T. Ong, Z.J. Liu, E.P. Li, “Fast Fourier transforms for rapid calculation of
magnetostatic fields”, IEEE Trans. Magnetics, vol. 42, pp. 295-300, 2006.
[5] H.H. Long, E.T. Ong, P.Y. Xiao, et al, Hybrid FE-FFTM algorithm for micromagnetic
modelling of perpendicular SOMA media”, IEEE Trans. Magnetics, vol. 42, pp. 3201-
3203, 2006.
[6] T.T. Bui, E.T. Ong, B.C. Khoo, E. Klaseboer, K.C. Hung, “A fast algorithm for
modeling multiple bubbles dynamics”, J. Comput. Phys., vol. 216, pp. 430-53, 2006.
[7] H.H. Long, E.T. Ong, T. Liu, et al, Micromagnetic simulations of magnetic nanowires
with constrictions by FIB, J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 303, pp. E299-
303, 2006.
[8] Z.J. Liu, H.H. Long, and E.T. Ong, et. al, A fast Fourier transform on multipole
algorithm for micromagnetic modelling of perpendicular recording media, J. Applied
Physics, vol. 99, pp. 08B903, 2006.
[9] E.T. Ong, K.M. Lim, and H.P. Lee, “Techniques in Electrostatics Analysis of MEMS
and their Applications”, Chapter 8 of MEMS/NEMS: Handbook Techniques and
Applications, Vol. 1, Design Methods, 2006.
[10] K.M. Lim, E.T. Ong and H.P. Lee, A fast boundary element method for underwater
acoustics, Modern Physics Letters B, vol. 19, pp. 1679-82, 2005.
[11] E.T. Ong, K.M. Lim, Three-dimensional singular boundary elements for corner and
edge singularities in potential problems, Eng. Anal. with BE, vol. 29, pp. 175-89, 2005.
[12] E.T. Ong, K.H. Lee, and K.M. Lim, A fast algorithm for three-dimensional
electrostatics analysis: fast Fourier transform on multipoles (FFTM), Int. J. Numer.
Methods Eng, vol. 61, pp. 633-56, 2004.
[13] E.T. Ong, H.P. Lee, K.M. Lim, “A Parallel fast Fourier transform on multipoles
(FFTM) algorithm for electrostatics analysis of 3D structures”, IEEE Trans. Computer-
Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, vol. 23, pp. 1063-72, 2004.
[14] E.T. Ong, H.P. Lee, K.M. Lim, “A fast Fourier transform on multipoles (FFTM)
algorithm for solving Helmholtz equation in acoustics analysis”, J. Acoust. Soc. Amer.,
vol. 116, pp. 1362-71, 2004.
[15] E. T. Ong , K. M. Lim , K. H. Lee , H. P. Lee, A fast algorithm for three-dimensional
potential fields calculation: fast Fourier transform on multipoles, J. Comput. Phys.,
vol.192, p.244-261, 2003.
[16] E.T. Ong, K.H. Lee, and K.M. Lim, Singular elements for electro-mechanical coupling
analysis of micro-devices, J. Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol. 13, pp. 482-
90, 2003.
[17] Y. Su, E.T. Ong and K.H. Lee, Automatic classification of singular elements for the
electrostatic analysis of microelectromechanical systems, J. Micromechanics and
Microengineering, vol. 12, pp. 307-15, 2003.