As a leading university, research is integral to NTU. It has a vibrant research culture and has created a name internationally for its work in fields such as advanced materials, biomedical engineering, clean energy and environment, computational biology, intelligent systems, nanotechnology and wireless and broadband communication.
The strong research culture has resulted in many world-first inventions. In order to continue to contribute and excel at the highest level, NTU through its Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) has formed an advisory panel of several Nobel laureates.
The Research TechnoPlaza and Academic Building North ABN form the university's research hub with four interdisciplinary research corridors and over 10 research centres.
Research is carried out within the colleges as well as through various partnership programmes. It is also carried out at all levels and has a specific programme aimed at outstanding undergraduates. Browse through the following list to explore the diverse opportunities available for research.
- Research Centres and Institutes
- Autonomous Institutes
- Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus (URECA)
GAIN Distinguished Speaker Series
Organised by the Global Alliance of Industries @ NTU (GAIN), the inaugural Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Nanyang Professor of Practice Mr Kris Gopalakrishnan, Co-Founder of Infosys was conducted on 4th May 2021.
This hybrid (physical and virtual) session was well attended by participants from Singapore and India.
During this session, Mr Kris Gopalakrishnan shared invaluable insights on the topic of challenges and opportunities that arose from the COVID-19 pandemic. This was followed by an interactive Q&A session moderated by NTU President, Prof Subra Suresh.
The NTU 2025 blueprint describes a whole-of-university framework where researchers from all disciplines and with aspirations spanning curiosity-driven questions to solving pressing technological and societal needs can find a space to contribute.