Carlsberg, one the largest brewer companies in the world and famous for a longstanding historical commitment to research and development, is launching an exciting and ambitious program on sustainability. CA2DM is proud to support this program as it reflects CA2DM’s philosophy of developing eco-friendly breakthrough technology with graphene and 2D materials. If you are interested in doing research in this important and exciting area of technology, please, check: https://career2.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=661&company=carlsbergg&username=&st=381120FF99B18D08C374554209F6DD1934CD036F
Congratulations to NUS Engineering, from where half of the CA2DM’s members are from, for being the World’s #2 as reported by the U.S. News 2018 Best Global Universities Ranking. Additionally, NUS was ranked World’s #5 in Computer Science and #7 in Chemistry and Materials Science.
A new site has been launched on 2 October 2017.
For those who may want to still access the old site, kindly visit http://gc.science.nus.edu.sg
(old site’s availability is only for a limited time)
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Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of National Research Foundation (NRF), Mr. Teo Chee Hean, accompanied by NUS President, Prof. Tan Chorh Chuan, the Permanent Secretary of NRF and Public Service Division, Ms. Yong Ying-I, and the CEO of NRF, Prof. Low Teck Seng, visited our Centre on 26 September 2017.
During the visit, Prof Antonio Castro Neto, Director of CA2DM and Prof Barbaros Oezyilmaz, Deputy Director (Translation) of CA2DM’s Office for Industry and Innovation (OII), shared with DPM Teo on the achievements of the Centre and how we translate scientific research to industry applications by supporting researchers to validate and benchmark their technologies and working closely with industry partners to identify graphene’s unique properties relevant for their needs.
CA2DM was honoured to host Dr Benjamin Koh, Coordinating Divisional Director, Higher Education Group from Ministry of Education (Singapore),
on 6 September 2017, where Dr Koh had the opportunity to understand the educational and entrepreneurial activities at CA2DM, visit our facilities and interact with our students.
CA2DM had the honour to host the President of ST Kinetics, Dr Lee Shiang Long,
and a group of distinguished ST Kinetics young engineers.
During the two hours visit Dr Lee had the opportunity to hear about the scientific and entrepreneurial activities at CA2DM and also visit CA2DM’s facilities.
This visit opens new venues for collaboration between ST Kinetics and CA2DM.
The 9th annual Recent Progress in Graphene and Two-dimensional Materials Research Conference (RPGR2017) is taking place between the 19th to the 22nd of September 2017 in Singapore.
RPGR is the premier conference focused on graphene and other novel two-dimensional materials in the Asia-Pacific region. This year the conference is jointly organized by National University of Singapore – Centre for Advanced 2D Materials and Phantoms Foundation.
CA2DM is launching the Industrialization Incentive Programme (IIP) in conjunction with the Waiver Programme that was launched 2 weeks ago.
The IIP aims to provide incentives to CA2DM’s investigators with a potential to industrialize the applications of their research, thereby assisting them to start-up companies providing products related to this research.
One of the main objectives of CA2DM is to provide access to top-notch facilities in the area of 2D materials to our members. In order to stimulate research in the area of 2D materials and to facilitate the access of our members to our facilities, we decided to create a new waiver program that will be available to all Assistant and Associate Professors who are CA2DM members.
CA2DM members are invited to submit projects to a committee composed of the Chairman and the 4 CA2DM Heads (Prof. Lim, Prof. Loh, Prof. Feng, and Prof. Oezyilmaz). In order to avoid conflict of interest, Chairman and Heads cannot participate in the projects.