ELECTRONICS                    

Smart electronics devices, flexible hybrid electronics, 5G mobile network, advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and autonomous vehicles are some of the cutting-edge technologies that have become more pervasive in today’s hyper-connected world. Electronic circuits and devices are the key enablers of technological advancements behind today’st digital transformation.

This course will bring you on a multi-disciplinary experiential learning journey. You will have opportunities to acquire specialised skills at the TP Advanced Manufacturing Centre (TP-AMC) as well as the Healthcare Engineering Centre (HEC), and embark on a fulfilling career as engineers/technologists in leading technology companies, or as entrepreneurs in the high-tech business.


The TP-SUTD University Pathway Programme allows you to take university modules during your final year of this diploma, and gain conditional admission into SUTD. This shortens the time needed for you to obtain your degree.


You will receive multi-disciplinary and experiential training in our state-of-the-art research centres of excellence, working alongside skilled research engineers and learning from industry leaders such as Omron, PTC and Festo. This will equip you to ride the wave of digital transformation!


You will be groomed for a wide range of exciting careers in areas such as electronics, aerospace, artificial intelligence, robotics, IoT, autonomous electrical vehicles, bio-pharmaceuticals and healthcare.

Our Student Projects

This memory arcade game helps trigger an elderly person’s memories of their loved ones in a point-motivated and entertaining way. It also helps to provide timely reminders on how seniors can stay safe in times of emergencies. The game caters to a wide audience with a variety of needs – whether they require the questions to be read in a different language, or need the question to be repeated. It also helps doctors and caregivers monitor the progression of diseases such as dementia before taking further actions to aid in preventing the deterioration of a patient’s condition.

Award:

  • Global Student Innovation Challenge 2020 – Best Ergonomic award

In this project, our students created an automated electronic home appliance system that can be controlled via Google Assistant. Elderly users can now control the appliances in their homes by using voice or text commands. In addition, the inclusion of a web-based dashboard in the user interface allows individuals to check on the status of their appliances. The system also has functions for loved ones to monitor the well-being of their elderly relatives in a non-intrusive way.

Award:

  • IES Innovation Challenge for the Community 2019 - Merit award

This project looked into the design, fabrication and development of a smart radiation detection system that can be used for educational purposes and spreading awareness amongst youth on the harmful effects of radiation. Beta and gamma radiation was detected using a Geiger Muller tube (SBM-20), with the signals collected and sent to an online database for live monitoring via a Bluetooth module. The data is also stored in an SD card and can be downloaded in an excel document for further data analysis.

Award:

  • Engineering Innovation Challenge 2019 - 2nd Runner-up

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