STEM 2.0

Education Forum

Connecting Industry, Government and Educators

*Date rescheduled to 14 Feb 2024, please kindly re-submit your RSVP for the rescheduled date.

Space for the Future Economy

STEM 2.0 Education Forum – launched in Feb 2023 by Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman – is a platform that brings together stakeholders across government, industry and education to chart the vision of STEM 2.0.

In light of the fast-paced growth of the space economy in the past five years, the sector is now the first stop for solutions and technologies to address global issues like climate control, sustainable food production, disaster management and relief, and management of Earth’s resources are increasingly found in space-based technologies. 

STEM 2.0 is the next phase of development in STEM education to help students enter into high-value verticals like space, deep tech and advanced robotics and to build capacity for the industry.

2024 Theme

Space for the Future Economy

In this upcoming edition of the STEM 2.0 Education Forum, we will spotlight key strategic partnerships that can bring  government, education and industry together to advance the STEM 2.0 agenda.

Date & Time

14 February 2024

2:00PM – 4:30PM

Venue

Sheraton Towers, Topaz Room

39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230

GUEST-OF-HONOUR

Dr. Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office,

Second Minister for Education & Foreign Affairs

GUEST-OF-HONOUR

Dr. Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office

Second Minister for Education & Foreign Affairs

Our STEM 2.0 Initiatives

Space Faculty is a pioneer in championing the STEM 2.0 movement in Asia, connecting Asia’s STEM 2.0 and space agenda to the rest of the world. The ultimate goal? To create a coherent pathway from passion to profession through international collaboration, inter-industry co-operation and strategic partnerships.

Programme

1:00PM – 2:30PM: Arrival and Registration | Light Refreshments

2:30PM – 2:40PM: Minister’s Tour and Photo-taking at Space Faculty Exhibition

2:40PM – 2:50PM: Opening Address by Space Faculty (Ms Lynette Tan)

2:50PM – 3:00PM: Speech by Minister (Dr. Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman)

3:00PM – 3:20PM: International Space Challenge Prize Presentation by Minister

3:20PM – 3:30PM: Special Launch Event 

3:30PM – 3:45PM: Young Leaders in Space Showcase (Spotlight on the growing talent in the industry, Fire Pitch by GNSS Innovation Quest participants) 

3:45PM – 4:30PM: Panel Discussion (Bridging the Divide from Passion to Profession – Asia’s Role in Space)

Panel Discussion: Bridging the Divide from
Passion to Profession

As space becomes an increasingly important economic pillar and contributor to the global innovation agenda, the STEM 2.0 Education Forum Panel Discussion brings together leaders in industry, government, and education to discuss:

  • Key areas of growth and the future demands of the industry
  • STEM 2.0 skills in the context of the growing space economy
  • Building an ecosystem to connect passion to profession

Our panelists include: 

Ms Lynette Tan (Moderator)

Chief Executive Officer
Space Faculty

Sir Martin Sweeting

Chairman
SSTL

Mr Sng Chern Wei

Dy Director Gen
MOE

Ms Candace Johnson

Founder
SES

Mr Casey Mace

DCM
U.S. Embassy

Dr. Ken Witcher

Dean
ERAU

Space Internship Programme

The Space Faculty Space Internship Programme is a first-of-its-kind in Singapore, giving students aged 17 and above an opportunity to build their professional portfolio as early as possible. It draws on Space Faculty’s global industry network to bring learners the opportunity to work at both major space and deep-tech MNCs as well as startups.

GNSS Innovation Quest

The Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Innovation Quest offers tertiary students in Singapore an opportunity to leverage SiReNT, a high precision satellite positioning system developed by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) to design and build innovative engineering solutions to improve the lives of fellow Singaporeans.

International Space Challenge

The International Space Challenge (ISC) was established in 2007 with the aim of nurturing students’ interests in STEM through space by being challenged to solve real world problems using existing space technologies. Today, it has evolved into the globally-accredited platform for space, where students, academics, experts and industry players connect.

Space Data Series

The Space Data Series is a programme developed in collaboration with the Office for Space Technology & Industry (OSTIn) to prepare our youths to be ahead of the curve and provide them with an immersive experience of using Space data like satellite imagery to create wide-ranging applications that cover environmental study, land use analysis and landscape monitoring to name a few.

Let's Learn About Satellites

Let’s Learn About Satellites is a course that is designed to give students the foundation of satellite design through engaging satellite theory lessons, CubeSat building, and expert talks. Students can also earn the chance to build and launch a satellite for Singapore at the end of the programme.

STEM 2.0: Space for Our Future

STEM 2.0: Space for Our Future is a series of talks that will take students on a journey to understand how space can ignite their future. Students will get to learn from speakers from world leading universities and global industry leaders that will inspire them to become the next future star.

World Robot Olympiad

The World Robot Olympiad (WRO) is a global robotics competition for young people aimed at developing their creativity and problem-solving skills in a fun and engaging way. With tournaments organised in over 90 countries worldwide leading to an annual international finals, students also get the chance to join and interact with a global community of brilliant young minds.

Guest-of-Honour

Dr. Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman
Minister in the Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Education & Foreign Affairs

Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman will give the opening address and will present the award for the International Space Challenge 2023 – the world’s leading space challenge for youths with a 15-year track record. 

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