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NTU EEE graduand (Class of 2018): Chan Zhen Yue

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NTU EEE graduating student, Mr Chan Zhen Yue, is part of our Class of 2018! He is graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) with Honours (Highest istinction). He is also an award winner for the upcoming NTU Convocation for the following: Defence Science & Technology Agency Gold Medal. We find out more about this NTU EEE graduand’s experiences in the School!

What were some of your favourite activities in NTU EEE?
“My most favorite NTU EEE activity has got to be the annual EEE Family Day, where we get to chill and enjoy awesome food, games and performances. This event is one of the few chances that you will be able to meet most of the EEE cohort. My friends and I will always stay and wait for the lucky draw results!”

What do you like about NTU EEE?
“As one of the largest schools in NTU, us EEE students are blessed to have various opportunities to equip ourselves with an extensive span of knowledge. We also have EEE Garage which always organises workshops and trainings! Not forgetting, as NTU EEE students, we get to choose exciting projects such as Escape room game design, drones and IC related projects during our third year Design & Innovation Project (DIP) course.”

What are some of your experiences as an NTU EEE student?
“I am fortunate and thankful to have had opportunities to present my work in multiple international conferences, including experiencing a two-week summer research experience in the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark.

Most importantly, NTU EEE felt like a family to me, where I met professors who gave me their unconditional support. Not forgetting, my peers who fought alongside me.”

What are some of your achievements while being an NTU EEE undergraduate?
“During my undergraduate term, I was awarded the Land Transport Authority (LTA) Local Study Award, as well as the NTU President Research Scholar. However, the most significant achievement for me was completing the 300km Passau-Vienna bicycle route along the Danube with my friends during my exchange experience!”

What are your plans after graduating?
“I have started my career with LTA as a Project Engineer since June. I am currently working on railway signalling systems, and I wish to contribute to the reliability and safety of our driverless automatic train system.”

What do you have to say to current and future undergrads?
“For those joining NTU EEE, know that it is a place full of possibilities. Just believe in your potential, always be open to a new skillset, and do not fear to start on something you are not familiar with.
 
For those who are already in NTU EEE, simply seize your opportunities and you will shine!”
 
 
 
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​NTU EEE Professor Shum Ping (left) and NTU EEE graduand Mr Chan Zhen Yue (right)

 

 

​​​Published on 25 July 2018​

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