Connecting Visionaries, Leaders & Makers.
EPD Lecture Series in partnership of The James Dyson Foundation
Our global reputation is priceless, and it always hangs on what we do next. Dyson is a unique technology enterprise, and we are compelled to solve the problems that other ignore with inventions that turns convention on its head. Crucially, we excite people with better ideas and unexpected new technologies.
Not bound by the rules of conventional thinking, Dyson’s Research, Design and Development (RDD) people are dedicated to inventing and improving Dyson machines and are relentlessly obsessed by performance.
Join us as we discuss Dyson’s Manufacturing Landscape our Dyson Digital Motors (DDM), which remains the ‘heart’ of many of our technologies.
About the Speakers
Senior Engineering Manager
Hengky is a Senior Engineering Manager at Dyson Singapore in the Digital Motor Technology Development group. He has been with Dyson for over 6 years and has contributed to the design and development of several generations of Dyson Hyperdymium Motors.
Originally from Indonesia, Hengky moved to Singapore to pursue his studies and graduated from Nanyang Technological University in 2004. He majored in Mechanical and Production Engineering with specialisation in Mechatronics.
In his free time, Hengky enjoys his family time especially through outdoor activities, and occasionally setting up mini home projects to start his young ones into engineering. He loves road trip, and it is his dream to be able to drive around the world one day.
Lead Mechanical Engineer
Cheng Yue is an experienced lead mechanical engineer who is passionate about using engineering to solve problems and making things work better. She also believes in data driven decision making and how technology will drive future living.
Cheng Yue joined Dyson in 2012 as a graduate engineer and has been involved in the development of several generations of Dyson Digital Motor (DDM) and works very closely with the DDM manufacturing team to improve Dyson Motor’s aero and acoustics performance. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the National University of Singapore and believes in lifelong learning and exploring the endless possibilities that Data Science could bring.
Date: 15 July, Fri, 3-4.30pm via Zoom
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Meeting ID: 971 7705 4053