Sustainability, Environment and Energy Research (SEER) @ NUS 2014

SEER @ NUS 2014 is the third annual Sustainability, Environment and Energy Research Symposium organized by the NUS Energy Office. It features the broad spectrum of R&D in NUS from different faculties touching on various aspects of energy in the context of environmental sustainability. The Symposium will have technical presentations and panel discussions focusing on ‘Outcome-based R&D’ with participants from government, industry and NUS.

There will also be a poster session featuring NUS R&D in various energy related themes including building efficiency, carbon capture, energy storage, hydrogen, membrane, smart grid, solar and thermal management.

Sustainability, Environment and Energy Research (SEER) @ NUS 2014
Talks and Panel Discussions on “Outcome-Based R&D – Make It Happen!”
Date: 23 September 2014
Venue: University Hall Auditorium, University Hall, Lee Kong Chian Wing, Level 2

Please click here for the program of the SEER@NUS2014 Symposium

This event is open to NUS student/staff and the public.

For NUS staff and students, please click here to register.

For the public audience, please complete the registration form here and send it to the NUS Energy office at

Due to limited seating capacity, confirmation of registration will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

For enquiries, please email to Ms. Tan Mui Koon


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