Academic Programme
Located on the NTU campus, CAMTech is positioned to bridge the gap between academic research and industrial demands.
NTU Graduate
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Assoc Prof Dr. Wolfgang Mueller-Wittig is also involved in regular teaching activities at School of Computer Engineering, NTU, which includes supervising undergraduate and post-graduate research work projects.
Final Year Project
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CAMTech hosts the new 2-year part-time program, leading to a Master of Science in Digital Media Technology. This program started from the academic year 2004/2005 for the first time. Core modules focus on the basic areas of computer graphics, multimedia, Virtual Reality and animation.
Exchange Programme
CAMTech exemplifies the high level of collaboration in education and technology between Singapore and Germany.
Student Profile
For additional information concerning:

  StudINI - INI-GraphicsNet exchange programme
  Information Guide for Students to Singapore

GEP ARGame 2005/2006
Following the success of last year's Best Kool Kids Award and the Gold and Silver Awards with the project "Singapore Holo Deck", CAMTech mentored 2 groups from the Raffles Girl School this year. They are focusing on Augmented Reality Applications this year creating AR-Campus and AR-Game.

The AR Game team was awarded a Distinction for their project in 2005 while the AR Campus team was selected to present their project during the Youth Science Conference in 2006.
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GEP Kool Kids Programme 2004
CAMTech has been selected as one of the institutes for the GEP (Gifted Education Programme) Kool Kids Programme 2004. CAMTech is responsible for mentoring 2 groups of students from Anglo-Chinese Secondary school and the Victoria Secondary school.
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