Institute of Microelectronics (IME) Lab Tour
Demonstration of rare cell isolation and dielectrophoresis (DEP) cell manipulation. Visitors to the lab can view first hand on how rare cells are isolated using IME’s unique microfluidic platform and how biological cells can be positioned for electrical measurement using dielectrophoresis.
Demonstration of a packaged energy harvester that is able to power up wireless temperature/light sensor. Visitors will be able to experience how a packaged energy harvester that has been mounted on a vibrating machine, is able to power up temperature/light sensor and send this data to a receiver situated a few metres away. This will be applicable for building monitoring and possibly TPMS by replacing the internal lithium battery.
Demonstration of a wireless sensor network (IoT) that have temperature, sound and humidity sensors that will be deployed in the lab to monitor the environmental parameters and update live over the internet. Visitors will be able to see the various parameters change on the web page as they move in the proximity of the sensors.
Tour duration: 45 minutes (max. 12 visitors per lab x 3 labs, so total 36 visitors per session)
1 session: 2pm (16 years old and above)
Remark: 3 groups of 12 visitors. Each group will take turn to visit each of 3 stations concurrently and around 15 to 20 minutes per station.
All registered participants, please report to the Registration Tent next to the Stage at least 30 minutes before the start of activity. Slots will be given to the next participant on the waiting list after 30 minutes. (Click here for map)
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