Someone who once helmed top leadership roles such as CTO, technologist to COO, Cheng Yi Chiao boasts a rich tech career history, having worked in various MNCs and startups. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions and family priorities, he left his role at a Malaysian AgriTech company.
Within Infineon’s AI solutions development plan, the company will engage with the semiconductor, electronics and innovation ecosystems in Singapore through collaborations with SGInnovate, local startups, institutes of higher learning and research institutions.
23-year-old NTU Engineering student Toh Wen Qi was tasked with what seemed like an impossible task during her apprenticeship at a Deep Tech startup earlier this year: To determine the sweetness of a tomato without destroying it.
The immense growth potential of the Deep Tech sector even amid the coronavirus pandemic is translating into exciting career opportunities for Singaporeans, said Minister for Communications and Information, Mr S. Iswaran.
"Despite our current economic circumstances, Deep Tech remains a bright spot with a promising future," — Minister S. Iswaran at SGInnovate’s virtual talent showcase, The New Frontier.
SGINNOVATE on announced two new initiatives to create more job opportunities for Singaporean students, fresh graduates and mid-career professionals looking to start a career in Deep Tech.