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To: Registered Doctors, Medical Practitioners and/ or Healthcare Professionals registered with Singapore Medical Council (SMC); SMA for/ on behalf of IES and/ or Organisers has applied to SMC for CPE/ CME Point(s), which is subject to approval.
Course Coordinator: Mr. Colin Fong, (e) email@example.com (d) 6461 1236
Notice on Change of Training Location/ Venue: TRAINING ROOMS 1 & 2, 2ND FLOOR (Accessible via lift), New Office Building, 70 Bukit Tinggi Road, The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES), Singapore 289758. (Map link: https://goo.gl/969boU)
CPD/ PDU: 2 (two) PDUs for PEB PEs and IES CEngs (Approved/ Confirmed) for all engineering branches/ disciplines and/ or engineering branches/ disciplines listed in http://charteredengineers.sg/branches/). (Accreditation of CPD PDU for IES Chartered Engineer (C.Eng)/ Attendee will be duly accredited/ awarded correspondingly/ similarly to those approved/ confirmed by PEB.)
"Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques are now being used by the practicing engineer to solve a whole range of hitherto intractable problems."
IES Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering Technical Committee (EECETC) and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) proudly present: "Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges in Hardware Innovation".
We are honoured, delighted and pleased to have Dr. Liu Nan, Principal Research Scientist, SingHealth Health Services Research Centre & Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School, National University of Singapore as our Esteemed Speaker.
We are honoured, delighted and pleased to have Singapore Medical Association (SMA) as our Supporting Organisation/ Partner.
Media Reference/ Quote: (By) Courtesy of Singapore Business Review (SBR): Singapore's largest engineering firms in 2017......Singapore’s transformation into a Smart Nation needs a simultaneous transformation of its engineering labour force. According to (Er.) Edwin Khew, president, The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES), there is a greater emphasis on deep-skilled training for engineers and technicians to build a futureready, deep-tech engineering workforce......(Er.) Khew said that IES is seeing more engineers trained in sub-disciplines and specialist fields such as aerospace engineering, biochemical engineering, pharmaceuticals and mechatronics in the workforce. “IHLs are also developing more curriculum and programmes beyond electronics, mechanical, civil and chemical engineering to support our evolving economy. For example, the Singapore Institute of Technology is now offering degree programmes in Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering and Telematics to train more engineers in modern transport engineering to advance our transportation infrastructure,” (Er.) Khew added.
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