Students from Singapore to Present Research

Posted: May 2, 2013

Erie, PA, Gannon University : The students from Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) in Singapore currently attending Gannon will share the results of their work ,Thursday, May 2, 2013.

From 11am to 1p.m., the NYP students will host a poster and project fair in room 346 of Gannon's Zurn Science Center, 143 West 7th St. They have been working with Gannon faculty and students in the electrical and computer engineering department on several projects:

  • A Small Scale Prototype of Wireless Smart Grid with Gas Meter

  • Reengineering the precision drive system of a golf cart

  • Golf Cart Drive System Updating

  • Active Disturbance Rejection Based Load Frequency Control of Power Systems

  • Design of an Autopilot Helicopter for the HIL Real-time Simulation

    The NYP students are attending Gannon through the University's Global Visitors Program. They are in the third-year curriculum at NYP, which strives to equip students to be life-long learners and to contribute to Singapore's technological, economic and social development.

    As part of Nanyang Polytechnic's efforts to gain global exposure in technical disciplines, Gannon has the distinction of being selected as the first institution for this type of exchange program.