Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Ng Wei Tat, Leonard
Assistant Professor, School of Materials Science & Engineering
Leonard Ng Wei Tat is an Assistant Professor at the School of Materials Science & Engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). His research now focuses on data-driven techniques for roll-to-roll printed flexible electronics, in particular photovoltaics. Specifically, his work revolves around additive manufacturing, printing, and polymer composites for a variety of sustainable applications. Additionally, his research uses machine-learning enabled inverse design to continuously improve high-throughput manufacturing.

Leonard received his PhD in Engineering from the University of Cambridge in Engineering in 2019 where he worked on developing low-cost and high-throughput printed electronics using Graphene and other 2d materials. Leonard is also an NTU International Postdoctoral Scholar, where he undertook a 2-year visiting appointment the Commonwealth Scientific International Research organisation (CSIRO). He is also a recipient of the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowship where he developed commercial applications in the renewable energy sector in the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe based on his patents.

Group Website: ngenuitylab.net

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2D Materials and Nanomaterials, Printed Electronics, High-throughput roll-to-roll nanomaterial device fabrication, 3D Printing, Data-driven materials discovery and engineering

 
  • Developing lightweight, high-performance polymer-based intumescent coatings for roof-mounted photovoltaics on legacy roofing material in Singapore.
  • Development and Optimization of Ternary Non-Fullerene Acceptors
  • Flexible, sustainable, next-generation roll-to-roll printed solar cells
  • MS0003-LLM: A Generative Chatbot for Personalised Learning in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
  • Performance Enhancement of Flexible multi-component Organic photovoltaics using interlayer engineering
Fellowships & Other Recognition
CoE International Postdoctoral Fellowship (Singapore) - 2021
Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowship (UK) - 2019
 
Courses Taught
MS0003-Introduction to Data Science and Artificial Intelligence
MS4671-Introduction to Materials Simulation
MS1016-Thermodynamics of Materials
 
Supervision of PhD Students
Li Yujia
Maloy Das