In 2000, after the overwhelming success of the EMPD’98 conference, the chapter decided to donate $20,000 each to the two universities, NTU (Nanyang Technological University) and NUS (National University of Singapore) as seed monies for giving annual awards to their best student specializing in power engineering.
IEEE Power Engineering Chapter (Singapore) Gold Medal Cum Book Prize
The prize is given to the best final year student from School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering who has obtained the highest aggregate marks in the three prescribed elective subjects, namely Power Engineering Design I; Power Engineering Design II and the prescribed elective subject with the highest mark from the following list:
- Power System Analysis and Control
- Electricity Unitisation Systems
- Power Electronics and Drives
- High Voltage Engineering and Protection
The award comprises of a gold medal with book prize of $100.
|2000/2001||Eng Choon Keong|
|2001/2002||Ang Muah Tong, Steven|
|2002/2003||Chua Chern Hong, Sherman|
|2003/2004||Kwan Kian Hoong|
|2004/2005||Quek Swee Xian|
|2005/2006||Lim Sok Wei|
|2006/2007||Kang Eng Meng|
|2008/2009||Quek Shian Pin|
|2009/2010||Fong Chee Wai|
IEEE Power Engineering Chapter Medal and Prize
The following is extracted from the NUS website on the award donated by the Power Engineering Chapter.
Donated in 2000 by the IEEE Power Engineering Chapter Singapore, a gold medal and book prize are awarded from the proceeds of a capital sum of $20,000. The awards are governed by the following conditions:
- Subject to rule 3 below,
- a gold medal will be awarded to the best graduating student with at least a Second Class Honours (Upper Division), and who has the best overall performance in the Final Year Project (FYP) on an electrical energy related topic, and any three modules related to electrical energy systems/devices
- a book Prize will be awarded to the best graduating student who has the best performance in Electrical Energy Systems and Power Electronics with at least a Second Class Honours (Upper Division).
- The award will be made by the Board of Undergraduate Studies on the recommendation of the relevant Board of Examiners.
- No award will be made unless there is a candidate of sufficient merit.
- The book prize, valued at $150, will be in the form of book vouchers.
- If no award is made in any year, the funds available will be added to the capital sum.
- This gift shall be governed by the University Statutes and Regulations, specifically, Statute 15A on Gifts to the University and the corresponding Regulations, as amended.
|Gold Medal||Book Prize|
|2000/2001||Chia Kok Lian @ Tjis Kok Lian||2000/2001||Au Yong Haw San (Miss)|
|2001/2002||Chia Seng Boon, Brandon||2001/2002||Liu Yi Jun (Miss)|
|2002/2003||Tan Poh Wah||2002/2003||Tan Chin Teong|
|2003/2004||Chan Tuck Wai, Mark||2003/2004||Chan Tuck Wai, Mark|
|2004/2005||Jeanny Novita Ali||2004/2005||Teo Chun Guan|
|2005/2006||Chew Kay Thiam, Dennis||2005/2006||Koh Chin Hwee|
|2006/2007||Ee Si Ya Edelene||2006/2007||Ee Si Ya Edelene|
|2008/2009||Lim Kim Huat Jason||2008/2009||Lim Kim Huat Jason|