Institution of Mechanical Engineers
The Singapore Branch was launched in 1997 and provides support and activities for the local membership. There are over 600 IMechE members living in Singapore, including Student Affiliates at the leading Universities (NUS, NTU and SIT) and Associates, Members and Fellows across the broad spectrum of Singapore's leading industries.
A dedicated team of IMechE members have also volunteered their time to support Professional Review Interviews. These are one of the final steps for engineers applying for Chartered Engineer (CEng) MIMechE or FIMEchE status.
Most of our events are geared towards the requirements of continuing professional development for members, but we also hold a number of public events often jointly with partners including NUS, NTU or other professional associations including GAS and IMarEST.
Current and Future Events
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Event Type: Competition event
05 April 2017 14:30 to 19:00
National University of Singapore - E4-04-06
The local heat of the Speak Out for Engineering Competition will take place on the 5th April 2017, hosted by NUS. Young Members willing to present a paper on an engineering topic of their interest are encouraged to apply.
Event Type: Technical visit
07 April 2017 13:45 to 17:00
Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus
IMechE Singapore Branch visit to Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus, Singapore. The tour will include the fan blade manufacturing facility, the engine assembly and test unit facility. Tour starts at 2.00pm.
Event Type: Conference
24 April 2017 08:00 to 25 April 2017 17:00
IMarEST organised IInternational Conference on Ballast Water Management (ICBWM) 2017 24-25 April 2017 @ CNovotel Singapore Clarke Quay, Singapore
Event Type: Conference
17 May 2017 08:00 to 18 May 2017 19:00
Changi Exhibition Centre
IMarEST organised International Naval Engineering Conference as part of IMDEX Asia, 17-18 May 2017 @ Changi Exhibition Centre, Singapore
Event Type: Technical lecture
19 July 2017 18:00 to 21:00
Computational models familiar to many engineers are being applied to a patients CT Scan images to enable simulation of coronary blood flow and improve the accuracy of noninvasive testing, reducing utilization, costs and risks associated with invasive coronary angiography for patients with suspected CHD.
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