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Lam Khin Yong
Nanyang Technological University
For his role in shaping Singapore’s pool of scientific talent and pushing for research that impacts society, Lam was awarded the
2018 President’s Science and Technology Medal. (Photo: Nanyang Technological University)
Asian Scientist Magazine highlights 100 outstanding thinkers and innovators from Asia who are pushing the envelope with their research.
These early career scientists and veteran researchers of the Asian Scientist 100 are making waves in diverse sectors of academia and industry, shedding light on natural phenomena and developing new technologies for a better world.
The SCA18 Awards recognize excellence in high performance computing, networking, storage and visualization from Asia.
The satellite, called the AOBA VELOX-IV, is meant to test a special low-light camera and an improved quad-jet pulsed plasma thruster system in space.
Plant the seed of collaboration well, and an ecosystem of meaningful research will grow from it, says Professor Lam Khin Yong.
The awards recognize scientists who have helped place Singapore on the map of global research.
Professor Lam Khin Yong has managed to combine two careers: one as a hands-on scientist and another as one of Singapore’s preeminent research rainmakers.
Named EVA, the electric taxi is specially adapted to the tropics, with energy-efficient air conditioning and other features.
The partnership will focus on research to make automotive electronics, such as in-vehicle infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems, more cyber secure.