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Infocomm Club

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Since the dawn of time, boys have entered Infocomm, only to leave as men. Not as fruity scientists, or mathematicians who spend years arguing whether 0.999... = 1, but as hard boiled engineers, ready to infiltrate enemies’ mainframes with deadly precision at a moment’s notice.

Infocomm is split into two divisions: programming and robotics. Programming will mould you to think like a master programmer: imparted with expert conceptual understanding, with training for competitions such as the National Olympiad in Informatics, you will become a real life hackerman. For robotics, you will be drilled on elegantly blending hardware with software. Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Lego Mindstorm...it is but a spit in the ocean of what is to come.

In the end, the choice for what CCA to contribute to is up to you, and we encourage all who are interested to join us to approach our teachers in charge. And if you do, congratulations! We will be more than happy to receive you.


Teacher Mentors



Mrs Lorraine Neo
Mr Vijay Shankar

Achievements And Highlights



First Lego League
Judges Award – Overcoming Adversity:Bhattacharyya Atrijo, Zhu Ruihan and Tjhin Brian

National Olympiad in Informatics
RI– Top Secondary School Award
Leong Eu-Shaun (Gold), Tan Chien Hao (Gold), Daniel Choo Zhenghao (Silver), Han Jiatao Jerry (Silver) and Jiang
Bowen (Silver)

NUS STEP Technology Camp 2018
Champion (Most Innovative Autonomous Car):Way Yan Win, Low Choo Ray and Heng Teng Yi

Digital Making National Infocomm Challenge
1st Runner-up (Controller Design): Foo Suan Yih Aaron, Christopher Cheng Jun Kang, Abhyuday Kushwaha and Brandon Lim Chong Seng

National Software Competition
2 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze

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1st runner-up: Way Yan Win, Heng Teng Yi and Chen Nuode
Merit prize: Ng Mun Hin, Tew Ci Heng Nathan and Wang Yuxuan

code:XtremeApps Hackathon 2018 (Finalist)
Finalist: Way Yan Win, Chen Nuode and Heng Teng Yi