November 8, 2011
May 19, 2011
At the noon of 20th May 2011 EGSC organized their first Lunch time workshop. Jin Dayu for ISE who is also the treasurer of the council was the speaker. In total 31 graduate students from 8 departments joined the talk in addition to the EGSC committee members. During the talk the speaker brief but comprehensively presented several tips regarding efficient research techniques. At the end of the talk the attendees enjoyed light refreshment while they mingled with their peers. They provided generally positive feedback and many of them suggested new topics for future talks. EGSC expects to get in touch with new members through such talks. In future EGSC will continue to organise such talks for the benefit of graduate students as the motto of these events is “By the students for the students”.
May 17, 2011
(An NUS Engineering RESEARCH Student Workshop)
Presenter : Mr Jin Dayu
PhD Scholar, ISE Department
Date: Friday, 20 May 2011
Time: 12.00pm to 12.30pm
Venue: E-ITU Lab (E2-03-04 PC Cluster)
Engineering Graduate Student Council (EGSC) is a student group which strives to create a vibrant research environment for all engineering graduate students. There exists a bunch of software that helps to enhance research efficiency. Despite their usefulness, they are
surprisingly under-utilized by most graduate students. This hands-on workshop will help the participants, regardless of departments and subjects, understand the value of these software and gain some experiences.
The 30-minute lecture will cover topics of,
Refreshments will be provided.
Workshop is open to NUS Engineering Graduate Students only.
Please register at the following link
Please note that registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Please do not register by reply email. Should you still have any difficulty registering, please contact Aziz Ahmed (Tel: 6516 4838).
Registration for this workshop is limited to 40 students. As we have limited capacity, please notify us if you are unable to come for the workshop so that we can accommodate the next person on the waiting list.