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  • 11 May 2023 7:41 AM | Anonymous

    ROBOTX/ROBSUB & Maritime Systems Sharing Forum

    Location:         National University of Singapore, Seminar room (EA-02-11) near to Engineering Auditorium

    Date:                24 May 2023 (Wednesday)

    Time:               1600H – 1800H


    Opening Session

    (1600H – 1620H): 20 mins

    o   Opening Remarks by FSTD, MINDEF (10 mins)

    o   RoboNation (USA) Overview (10 mins)

    SG Maritime Robotics Sharing Session

    (1620H – 1750H): 90 mins

    o   Overview of the Maritime Robotics works by FSTD, MINDEF

    o   Roles of each organization plays.

    ·        DSO (10 mins)

    ·        DSTA (10 mins)

    ·        ST Engineering (10 mins)

    ·        BeeX (10 mins)


    o   Break (10 mins)

    o  IHLs Maritime Robotics Profiles Session

    ·        NUS Robotics Overview (BumbleBee) (10 mins)

    ·        SUTD Robotics Overview  (10 mins)

    ·        NTU Robotics Overview (10 mins)

    ·        SIT Robotics Overview (10 mins)

    Q&A Session

    (1750H – 1820H): 30 mins

    Networking Session

    (1820H – 1905H): 45 mins

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  • 20 Mar 2023 4:02 PM | Anonymous

    Seminar title: Science and Engineering of Robotics and Biorobotics: From Vision to Reality
    Speaker: Prof Paolo Dario, Emeritus Professor of Biomedical Robotics, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (SSSA), Pisa, Italy

    Date: Friday, 31 March 2023
    Time: 11.00am to 12.00pm
    Venue: Engineering Auditorium, National University of Singapore, Block EA, 9 Engineering Drive 1, Singapore 117575

    Organised by: NUS Department of Mechanical Engineering ; NUS Advanced Robotics Centre
    Co-sponsored by: IEEE Singapore R&A Chapter ; IEEE Singapore SMC Chapter

    Registration at:

  • 27 Oct 2022 8:59 AM | Anonymous

    Will the Era of Humanoid Robots Be Coming?   您可以直接点击链接观看快速回放,之后会上线剪辑后的视频  谢谢

  • 29 Sep 2022 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    CRDF Global is hosting an in-person, 2-day workshop on cyber theft in academia in Singapore with the objective of enhancing the capacity of its academic institutions to defend against and respond to cyber threats posted by criminal entities seeking to acquire proliferation-sensitive research and design data through unauthorized access to computer systems and networks. This training will engage university information technology leaders, cybersecurity professionals, and other stakeholders from teaching and research institutions of higher education.

    The training will start on November 7, 2022, and will end on November 8, 2022.

    The training will:

    • Enable and mobilize participants to identify and institutionalize the detection of specific Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) used by criminal threat actors to engage in espionage with a focus on insider threats and supply chain vulnerabilities.
    • Utilize a combination of presentations and case studies that will contribute to the development of a familiarity with the specific social engineering techniques utilized by hackers and criminals to gain trust and penetrate cyber networks, specifically with the intent to acquire academic data and intellectual property.
    • Who should attend this training?

    - University Information Technology Professionals

    - University Administrative & Department Heads

    - Cybersecurity Professionals

    - Faculty & Researchers in IP, Data Security, Software Design, Informatics, Engineering, Chemistry, and other STEM-related fields

    - Other relevant public and private sector stakeholders

    Dr. Eric J. Novotny - President of the Faculty and Hurst Memorial Senior Professorial Lecturer at the American University, Washington, DC, and founding director of the graduate program in cybersecurity.

    This training is offered free of charge for a select number of participants. Please register at your earliest convenience on this website or contact Kelly Skinner at no later than October  1,  2022 to indicate your interest in attending. CRDF Global will confirm your enrollment via e-mail as soon as possible. 

    Please note that attendance is highly limited and prospective participants' credentials will be evaluated to determine eligibility. 

    More details could be found at:

    Summary - Seminar on Enhancing Cybersecurity Capabilities in Academia (

  • 28 Sep 2022 12:55 PM | Anonymous

    The third webinar in the 2022 series will facilitate stakeholders to discuss, share and promote women’s participation and innovation in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) field. Participants will hear from the public sector, the private sector, and academia about opportunities for and innovations created by women scientists, as well as challenges and recommendations to enhance women’s employment and representation in the AI field.

    The webinar will be held on 3 November 2022 from 9:00 to 11:00. Please make your registration via the link, by 2 October 2022.

  • 12 Sep 2022 12:33 PM | Anonymous

    Computer vision and natural language processing are two key branches of artificial intelligence. Since the goal of computer vision has always been automatic extraction, analysis, and understanding of useful information from a single image or a sequence of images, it is natural for vision and language to come together to enable high-level computer vision tasks. Conversely, information extracted from images and videos can facilitate natural language processing tasks. Recent advances in machine learning and deep learning are facilitating reasoning about images and text in a joint fashion. in this talk, we will review a recently active area of research at the intersection of vision and language, including Part I (videolanguage alignment, image and video captioning, image retrieval using complex text queries, visual question answering) and Part II (language grounding in images and videos, image generation from textual descriptions, as well as multimodal machine translation and vision-aided grammar induction), and discuss trends in this area.

    Professor Luo Jiebo

    University of Rochester

    Time: 21 Sep 2022, Wednesday; 1.00pm -2:30pm

    Venue: LT 7, Nanyang Technological University

  • 31 Aug 2022 8:36 PM | Anonymous

    This student lecture is part of the Nobel Prize Dialogue Singapore 2022 which is taking place on 13 September. Watch that event online here:

    Nobel Prize Dialogue is an open, cross-disciplinary meeting bringing together a unique constellation of Nobel Prize laureates, world-leading scientists, policy makers and thought leaders to discuss global issues that affect us all.  A forum for scientists and non-scientists alike, the meeting aims to deepen the dialogue between the scientific community and the rest of society.

    About the talk "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge"

    Basic and applied science are traditionally opposed. The former, driven by curiosity and satisfying the desire of mankind for knowledge, is supposed to be useless for all practical purposes, a luxury of sorts. The latter, directly aiming at developing devices helping us to acquire power over the world, is supposed to be the only kind of research really useful and hence worth being financially supported, especially in times of economic hardship. This vision of science is short sighted, as has been pointed out almost a century ago by Abraham Flexner, the founder of the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, from whom I have borrowed the title of this lecture.

    Most of the inventions which have revolutionised our lives would have been impossible without fundamental discoveries. Reciprocally, the development of precise instruments has often opened the way to new basic advances. I will illustrate this symbiotic relationship between “useless” and “useful” science by examples coming from the development of quantum physics during the last hundred years. 

    Please do registration here: Nobel Prize Dialogue Singapore 2022 - Nobel Prize laureate lecture at Nanyang Technological University | Institute of Advanced Studies | NTU Singapore

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