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Served as a member of the Corporate Communications team in Singapore, responsible for internal and external communication, media relations and branding. She also supported the company's corporate responsibility programs and worked towards developing and sustaining the Applied Materials brand in Singapore.
The Applied Materials Clean Tech Competition (CTC), a research and design challenge program for 15-18 year old students, attracted overwhelming interest in Singapore with participation from 330 students, forming 91 teams across 23 schools.Launched for the first time in Singapore, this annual competition aims to address a significant global issue, and this year’s theme focused on “Clean Water for All.”Following months of vigorous prototyping, innovative research and design, Hwa Chong Institution emerged as the winner of the Applied Materials Clean Tech Competition in Singapore. Their team’s innovative project on utilising calcium carbonate found in clam shells to remove toxic metal ions from waste water showcased their talent to solve critical global water problems through affordable eco-friendly solutions.
Applied Materials recently participated in the Renewable Energy India 2011 Expo – a global platform, aimed at synergizing policy initiatives and innovative finance models to accelerate the development of collaborative research and development and technology transfers in renewables in India.At the expo, Applied Materials announced a wafering deal that was recently signed with Birla Surya Ltd., a venture of the Yash Birla Group to develop the first ever Wafering and Cell manufacturing facility in Satara, Maharashtra. Additionally, company executives met with various potential customers and gave remarks.