- 1 Current FYP Members
- 2 Intern Students of AY 17/18
- 3 Intern Students ofAY 16/17
- 4 FYP Students of AY 16/17
- 4.1 Lim Yew Sheng, BME, FYP Student
- 4.2 Mavis Yee Qin Ying, BME, FYP Student
- 4.3 Chan Yun Hol, BME, FYP Student
- 4.4 Project: Pilot Study for a 3D Printed Flexible and Soft Anthropomorphic Robotic Hand
- 4.5 Koh Jia Xin, BME, FYP Student
- 4.6 Project: Building a basic stereo-endoscope
- 4.7 Tan Yong Pin Joel, BME, FYP Student
- 4.8 Project: Modular Design and Actuation System Comparison for Underactuated Tendon-Driven Soft Anthropomorphic Robotic Finger
- 4.9 Ting Li, BME, FYP Student
- 4.10 Lim Zheng Wei, ME, FYP Student
- 4.11 Meng Deren, ME, FYP Student
- 4.12 Tan Zhi Peng, ME, FYP Student
- 5 FYP Students of AY 15/16
- 6 FYP Students of AY 14/15
- 6.1 Shen Shen, FYP Student
- 6.2 Adib Ridzuan Bin Mohamad Roslan, FYP Student
- 6.3 TAN Tat Heng, FYP Student
- 6.4 Benedict Tan, FYP Student
- 6.5 Roslyn Foong Pei Li, FYP Student
- 6.6 Loh Kai Ting, FYP Student
- 6.7 Neerajha Ram, FYP Student
- 6.8 Tan Koon Lin, FYP Student
- 6.9 Hadi Wiputra, FYP Student
- 6.10 Ang Wee Keong Benjamin, UROP Student
- 7 Alumni Members (2013-2014)
- 8 Alumni Members (2012-2013)
Current FYP Members
Bryna Tan Cheng
Loh Ee Chian
Malapaka Venkata Suman
Niam Jen Yang
Oh Yao Wei
Tai Kai Li
Intern Students of AY 17/18
Intern Students ofAY 16/17
Ifetayo-Haleema Miller (USA Drexel), Intern Student
Shawn Cherian (USA Drexel), Intern Student
Joseph, Naomi (USA UPitt), Intern Student
Liu, Hannah Katherine (USA UPitt), Intern Student
Meadows, Jacob Michael (USA UPitt), Intern Student
Siddharth Pujari (India), Intern Student
FYP Students of AY 16/17
Lim Yew Sheng, BME, FYP Student
Mavis Yee Qin Ying, BME, FYP Student
Chan Yun Hol, BME, FYP Student
Koh Jia Xin, BME, FYP Student
Tan Yong Pin Joel, BME, FYP Student
Project: Modular Design and Actuation System Comparison for Underactuated Tendon-Driven Soft Anthropomorphic Robotic Finger
Ting Li, BME, FYP Student
Lim Zheng Wei, ME, FYP Student
Meng Deren, ME, FYP Student
Tan Zhi Peng, ME, FYP Student
FYP Students of AY 15/16
Kenneth WONG, BME FYP Student
Kenneth’s project: Creation of Statistical Atlas of Nasal Cavity from Computed Tomography Scans, aims to further develop and plan the motion of an intramedullar snake robot, to be used in minimally invasive surgery. The motion of the robot will be programmed after analyzing images supplied by medical experts.
Bok Seng YEOW, BME FYP Student
Dean’s list, 2016 RCAR Best student paper award, 2016 BES Best Design Award. Project: MagCath
Ng Chiu Ping, ME, FYP Student
Chiu Ping is a 4th year undergraduate majoring in Mechanical Engineering for AY15/16. His main interest lies in Mechatronics and he wishes to apply his knowledge in an area related to either defence, emergency or medical field, in hopes that life-saving measures can advance to a more efficient and effective level.
Nicholas Tan Yao Hui, ME, FYP Student
I am a year 4 mechanical engineering undergraduate. I am interested in product mechanical design. I am currently working as a business development manager for a start-up company and also involved in the sporting scene in Temasek Hall. I feel that the biomedical industry is the most fulfilling way to contribute back to society through engineering and I hope to do that starting with my FYP project.
Angelique Huan Sixuan, BME, FYP Student
FYP Students of AY 14/15
Shen Shen, FYP Student
Biomedical Engineering Year 4 undergraduate. Project: Interested in microencapsulation, drug delivery and magnetic actuation.
Adib Ridzuan Bin Mohamad Roslan, FYP Student
Adib is a Year 4 Biomedical Engineering student and currently doing his final year project on Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES). His project will touch on creating a platform for the flexible manipulator of the endoscope. During his second year, his team won the Best Design Award for creating a robotic post stroke rehabilitation device. This project also won the Bronze Award for the Bioengineering Society (BES) 7th Scientific Symposium. He also participated in the Biomedical Engineering Summer of Code 2013.
TAN Tat Heng, FYP Student
Tat Heng is currently a 4th year student majoring in Mechanical Engineering at NUS. With a strong passion in entrepreneurship, he recently completed his minor in Technopreneurship under the prestigious year-long NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) scholarship program held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Under the flagship program, he held a full-time position as a New Product Development Engineer at a Electrical Engineering start-up company while simultaneously taking entrepreneurship classes in both University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School. He is constantly fascinated by the world around him and loves to seek out opportunities to improve himself and experience life. During some occasion, he also fancy a nice cup of hot chocolate with friends over a good laugh or a good book.
Benedict Tan, FYP Student
Roslyn Foong Pei Li, FYP Student
Project: Flexible robot tracking. Year 4 Biomedical engineering student who believes in making a difference and finds her interest in the medical industry. She pursues her studies in this area as her hopes are to improve the lives of others through the medical industry and in the little ways that she is able to. She is currently working on an image guided robotic surgical system as her final year project.
Loh Kai Ting, FYP Student
Hello all, I am Kai Ting, currently a Year 4 BME student doing my FYP under Prof Ren. I will be working on live tracking of particles using OpenCV for the project involving magnetic actuation.
Neerajha Ram, FYP Student
I am Neerajha Ram, a Year 4 Bioengineering student. I believe that Bioengineering is a platform where compassion and creativity come hand in hand, allowing one to apply physics and engineering expertise for the betterment of people’s welfare in the healthcare arena. Throughout my journey in this career path, I aim to contribute to improving and/or creating biomedical devices that would: (i) ameliorate patients’ pain and trauma, (ii) increasing ease of use of devices for doctors and healthcare professionals, and, (iii) reducing cost of production for manufacturers where possible. Overall, I strongly believe that a life led helping others, is a heartwarming life of fulfillment and satisfaction.
Tan Koon Lin, FYP Student
Hadi Wiputra, FYP Student
Hadi Wiputra is a fourth year Biomedical Engineering student doing his Final Year Project (FYP). He aims to design an automated catheterization machine which is guided by ultrasound. He is currently finding ways to analyze ultrasound images in order to locate and track the catheter.
Ang Wee Keong Benjamin, UROP Student
Year 3 Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate. Has a fervent interest in research based studies and is open to any projects related to biomedical engineering. An area not ventured into is not a deterrence, it is a challenge waiting to be overcome.
Alumni Members (2013-2014)
Koh Yong Chun, FYP Student
Tan Ze Feng, FYP Student
Teo Li Ting Lynette, FYP Student
Sim Yi Ling Sherlynn, FYP Student
Year 4 undergraduate student major in biomedical engineering. Adventure seeker, loves adrenaline rush and keen to learn something new whenever an opportunity arises.
Will be glad to help though may not be able to contribute much, so if you do see me at the lab or in school, don’t hesitate to say hi! (: (Sherlynn, 2013)
Zhang Tongjing, Co-supervised FYP Student
XU Jiayue, Co-supervised FYP Student
Quek Yuen Xian, Co-supervised FYP Student
I am a Final Year Mechanical Engineering Student doing a project on gesture control of surgical robot arm with motion constraints. It involves using Kinect to connect human arm motion to the robot arm, and combining kinematics of the robot arm with motion constraints for operation in a confined surgical space. (Yuen Xian, 2013)
Neerajha Ram, UROP Student
I am Neerajha Ram, a Year 2 Bioengineering student. I believe that Bioengineering is a platform where compassion and creativity come hand in hand, allowing one to apply physics and engineering expertise for the betterment of people’s welfare in the healthcare arena. Throughout my journey in this career path, I aim to contribute to improving and/or creating biomedical devices that would: (i) ameliorate patients’ pain and trauma, (ii) increasing ease of use of devices for doctors and healthcare professionals, and, (iii) reducing cost of production for manufacturers where possible. Overall, I strongly believe that a life led helping others, is a heartwarming life of fulfillment and satisfaction. (Neerajha, 2013)
Alumni Members (2012-2013)
LIM Yong Mong Andy, FYP Student
I do not plan to save people by performing critical surgeries on them, but I do have a dream to help them by providing doctors the best surgical tools to do so. I know this is not going to happen anytime soon but I hope that being here in Lab for Medical Mechatronics would at least be my first small step on this journey. Never try and you’ll never know! (Andy, 2012).
LIM Wan Cheng, FYP Student
Seeks opportunities for new and enriching experiences – enjoys being in the outdoors and loves to travel whenever possible.Look not for a lifetime of moments, but moments that last a lifetime.(Wan Cheng, 2006).
Tan Zeqi, FYP Student
I wish to come up with new ideas and designs to improve on current medical devices that will assist doctors and surgeons in performing surgeries that will reduce patient trauma and recovery times..(Zeqi, 2012).
WU Keyu, FYP Student
Year 4 undergraduate student major in bioengineering and is keen on biophysics.(Keyu, 2012)
Tan Kian Yu Royston, NUS Bioengineering UROP Student
Goals: Obtain a PhD in Bioeng, research and hopefully create my own devices/machines/ideas 🙂
General Interests: Learning, being creative, finding how things work;
Awards: National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) gold and Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) gold. (Royston, 2012)
CHUA Cai Lin, UROP student
I am currently a Year 2 Bioengineering undergraduate who likes learning and is keen on research work related to biomedical devices, including surgical systems. My long-term goal is to contribute to the improvement of existing biomedical devices, in terms of functionality and costs, which in turn would benefit the users. I am where I am because I believe that the meaning of my life is to make a positive impact on someone else’s life. (Cai Lin, 2012)