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Eddie Ng Yin Kwee

Biography:

Eddie Ng Yin Kwee obtained a B.Engineering from University of Newcastle upon Tyne; Ph.D at Cambridge University with a Cambridge Commonwealth Scholarship; PG Diploma in Teaching Higher Education, NIE-NTU. He co-edited 13 books in various topics such as “Cardiac Pumping and Perfusion Engineering” by WSP; “Imaging and Modelling of Human Eye” by Artech; “Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare, by ASP ; “Performance Evaluation in Breast Imaging, Tumor Detection & Analysis” v.3” by ASP ; “Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare, v.3” by ASP ; “Computational Analysis of Human eye with Applications” by WSP. His latest work on human eye biomechanics and burn injury thermal physics is being used in the space suits for intense thermal loading in planetary missions. He is an invited keynotes speaker for more than 15 international scientific conferences and workshops. He is also presently serving as a panel member for the Biomedical Standards Committee, Singapore. The affable adjunct NUH scientist has a special interest in infrared (IR) physics & technology and has contributed greatly to research on IR, in particular on the application of IR to biomedical sciences. He also act as co-inventor of 3 USA patents on multiple analytical software classifier programs to identify the different stages of breast cancer development using thermal data with Lifeline’s First Warning TM system, he further explores the use of IR in the field of ophthalmology for early detection of health abnormality. Those 3 patents have attracted more than USD10m from the USA.

Research Interests:

Thermal Imaging, Biomedical Engg. & Imaging, Turbomachinery Aerodynamics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Heat Transfer.

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