SP Engineering

Motivating students to generate new ideas and transform innovation into reality

SP Engineering

Motivating students to generate new ideas and transform innovation into reality

SP Engineering

Motivating students to generate new ideas and transform innovation into reality

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Our Achievements

 
MAE Students Win at Amazing Science-X Challenge (ASXC) 2016

MAE students from DME (Diploma in Mechanical Engineering) won two awards in the recent Amazing Science-X Challenge 2016 (ASXC 2016). The ASXC is an annual nationwide competition organised by DSO National Laboratories (DSO), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Science Centre Singapore (SCS). It challenges teams to design and build a stand-alone exhibit that best explains a physical science phenomenon.

Our two groups of DME students, Team ACE and Team Augmented Piguet, won the Bronze and the Merit award respectively. Team ACE is led by Mr Thomas Cheung, while Team Augmented Piguet is led by Mr Alvin Tay.

MAE winners of ASXC 2016
MAE Students Win at WorldSkills Singapore 2016
DME Medalist at WSS 2016

Students from our DME (Diploma in Mechanical Engineering) course did tremendously well at World Skills Singapore 2016, held from 7 to 9 July 2016. Our heartiest congratulations to the following students and staff for their outstanding performance and effort: -

  CNC Milling  
  Gold Medallist: - Loy Chen Yi
  Expert: - Thomas Cheung
  Coach: - James Neo
     
  CNC Turning  
  Gold Medallist: - Cheng Yu Jun
  Silver Medallist: - Chua Poh Leng Edwin
  Expert: - Sharon Gan
  Coach: - Mark Seng
     
  Mechanical Engineering Design (CAD)
  Silver Medallist: - Ang Zhi Wei
  Bronze Medallist: - Song Kwong Yi
  Expert: - See Toh Chee Wai
  Coach: - David Tan and Alvin Tay
MAE Students Win at SIE Challenge Award

Four MAE students under the Facilities Option won the top prize of $1,000 at the SIE Challenge Award. They received their prize during Singapore Polytechnic Engineering Show Partners’ Networking Evening held on 21 January 2016.

The members, Muhd Nizar, Mohd Azali, Lutfi Haiqal and Mohd Yazid, worked on their final-year project that involved the design and fabrication of a motorised transporter for a patient at the Cheshire Home.

SIE - “Social Innovation and Engagement” - is an arm of our holistic education to imbue a heart of compassion and a spirit of innovation among students and staff to serve people and society through the use of appropriate technology to improve living conditions and livelihoods of the underprivileged.

 

DME Winners at SIE Challenge Award