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SNG Yi Ren Internship Report

CARES welcomes outstanding undergraduates and post graduated with a keen interest to participate in our internship programme. In May 2016, Sng Yi Ren, a third year Electrical Engineering undergraduate at the National University of Singapore (NUS), joined C4T IRP3 for 12 weeks during his summer vacation.

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Zhenyu Internship Experience

The internship that CARES C4T are offering, provides the students personal read world insights and exposures to actual working life that provides them foundation to their career choices. The 10 weeks internship that we have provided SHI Zhenyu is of no exception as well.

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Advanced Electrochemical Techniques Programme 2016 Highlights

Prof Frank Marken (University of Bath) and Dr Adrian Fisher (University of Cambridge) ran a successful 2-day programme of advanced lecturers, seminars and hand-on experiments for industrialists and scientists wanting to expand their knowledge of analytical electrochemical methods for their research or industrial applications.

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Prof Markus Kraft, Co-Chairs session on soot and nano-particles at the 36th International Symposion on Combustion, 31st July - 5th Aug, Seoul, South Korea

Prof Markus Kraft, CARES Director, Co-Chairs session on soot and nano-particles and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, at the 36th International Symposium on Combustion, 31 Jul - 5 Aug 2016, Seoul, South Korea.  Two papers from

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Prof Markus Kraft is a keynote speaker at the 15th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies, Singapore, 19 - 22 July 2016

Prof Markus Kraft, CARES Director, will give a keynote and participate in the 15th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies (SET2016) Keynote Panel Discussion "Sustainability Energy Policy and Technologies".

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MasterClass: Advanced Electrochemical Analysis & Sensor Development, July 7th 2016

"The Advanced Electrochemical Analysis course using University of Cambridge teaching methods, offers a unique opportunity to explore and take control of your own professional development", Prof Adrian C Fisher, University of Cambridge, PI, IRP2,

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CARES C4T gives first public presentation of the J-Park Simulator

CARES C4T was recently delighted to host to a seminar on the topic of “The J-Park-Simulator: roadmap to smart factories”. The seminar was a first public presentation of one of the centrepieces of the CARES C4T programme, the J Park Simulator (JPS).

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The 4th C4T Biannual Report is now available to download

The 4th C4T Biannual Research Report is now available to download.  Previous reports can be viewed here.

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Focus on Impact: Doing More With Less

Focus on Impact: Doing More With Less

In the first of a CARES C4T series of short articles focusing on the potential real world impact of the programme’s research, Dr Joymala MOIRANGTHEM (Research Fellow, IRP4, NUS), explores the implications of smarter power extraction techniques on chemical industrial parks.

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"2016 is a very exciting year for CARES C4T", says Prof Markus Kraft, CARES Director

The first part of 2016 has been an exciting time for CARES C4T. In November 2015, we moved to our dedicated offices in the CREATE Tower. This allowed all members of the programme to sit together for the first time and has already had highly significant positive benefits for our collaborative efforts.

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