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Grad School Project

ข่าววันที่ 06/06/2011

Take on a graduate school 
project of national proportions!
Cycle 3 and 4 of the Graduate School Projects@Singapore 
are now open for application.
The Graduate School Projects@Singapore (GSP 2011) offers you the opportunity to create a project that could impact the Singapore economy. Using Singapore as a focal point of study, you can demonstrate your knowledge of industry sectors and businesses in Singapore, by translating them into insightful research findings, creative ideas or products. Funding support includes:
  • Return airfare allowance to Singapore on economy class
    (Up to S$2,000 per team member on reimbursement basis)
  • Research Stipend
    (Up to S$1,500 per team member)
Now in its second year, this programme is open to graduate students of all disciplines with at least two years of working experience. Teams with the winning proposals will receive funding for a study trip to Singapore to gather information for the project. Only group applications with a minimum of three people in a team will be accepted.
Apply for GSP 2011 now!
Application Deadline for 
Cycle 3 and 4 are 31 May 2011 and 31 October 2011 respectively.
Here’s a sneak peek at the 3 winning proposals from Cycle 2!

A feasibility study on converting existing Singaporean fossil fuel-based power plants to biomass thermal conversion plants
By the team from Budapest University of Technology and Economcs, Strasbourg University, Semmelweis University and Technische Universitat Berlin
"With its long-term vision of seeking a balance between the environment and industry, Singapore is the best place to develop new state-of-the-art clean technologies."
Development of Stery-Hand – a primer prototype to enhance hygiene and sterility standards in Singapore’s healthcare system and industrial sectors
By the team from Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Sapientia University
"Singapore is an ideal test environment as it has a high level of development, the willingness to embrace high-technology solutions and it also gives us an opportunity to test our algorithms in a real life situation."
Commercialisation Within Singapore’s Biomedical Industry
By the team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University
"Singapore is one of the most promising places in Asia to be the key hub for high technology-based biomedical innovations and entrepreneurship."
Click here to find out more about this programme!
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