Han Jun Zeng

Building and Construction Authority of Singapore
Singapore City, Singapore

About Han Jun

Bio

Connect with me at my Linkedin Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/zenghanjun. Alternatively you can reach me at my personal email: zeng.han.jun@engineer.com

Languages

Chinese, English

Areas of Expertise

Project Management, Business Development and Management, Six Sigma Methodology, Process Improvement

I'm passionate about

Technology that can improve productivity.

Talk to me about

Technology that improves work processes.

People don't know I'm good at

Project management and process improvement.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 1 year ago
Bruno Maisonnier: Dance, tiny robots!
To me, the dance is nothing but a display of the robots' capability to interact with the environment. If you guys watch robot competitions, you would know that it is extremely difficult to get the right body mass index and efficient walking gait. That's why I kept observing the legs of the robots throughout the show to see their efficiency. A successful case study for actuator technology would be Asimov (created by Honda), but I think it is expensive? We didn't get to see how these robots walk and interact with staircases, etc, but it is pretty impressive that they can actually lift one leg in the air while balancing the body! Another interesting thing to note is; he launched a team of robots for the performance and I guess he was trying to show that his range of robots are cheap to manufacture. I highly doubt if the Japanese teams can launch that many Asimovs or HRP-2s at a single point of time for a demonstration! Impressive!
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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 2 years ago
Vijay Kumar: Robots that fly ... and cooperate
The music piece performed by the robots is just fantastic. Anyway, he show the demonstration of how construction can take place by leveraging these robots; I hope that these robots can be scaled up so that they can really carry steel I-Beams that might weight more than 1 tonne per piece. It will be amazing if construction of buildings are carried out entirely by robots!
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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 3 years ago
Hans Rosling: The magic washing machine
I am always interested to learn about Hans's latest data analysis. It is really revealing to understand how events have unfolded and how it may work out in the future. His data analysis reveals that the human population's energy needs are really growing at an astounding rate and may not be sustainable. Alternative energy options have to be studied, developed and be easily accessible to us at an affordable price. We can no longer just depend on the fossil fuels (i.e. finite) for our energy consumption. When we run out of fossil fuel (it is possible), our industries may stop functioning and that will truly be a crisis at the global level. Comprehensive studies have also shown that its usage has led to the present climate changes and of course, global warming. Based on Hans Rosling's recommendation at the end of his presentation, I believe that it is possible to reach the green energy level by leveraging renewable energy technology, especially on the solar photovoltaic technology.
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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 3 years ago
Beverly + Dereck Joubert: Life lessons from big cats
I was really amazed (video length: 10:25) at the female leopard's attitude towards the baby baboon. It is rare to see a female leopard extending love and care to a baby baboon that is seriously in need of motherly care. Very touching, especially when the baby baboon leaned towards the leopard for warmth during the nightfall. A pity that the baby baboon died, otherwise it would be extremely interesting to document the blossoming of the relationship between the leopard and baboon. A very touching scene...
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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 4 years ago
Richard Sears: Planning for the end of oil
Whoa Richard Sears is a very clever guy! We can generate more fuels from different materials by re arranging their molecules! Once oil runs out, we can re arrange the molecules of abalone shells and voila! Once that runs out, we can re arrange the molecules of chalk. After that it is granite, then rock, then glass, then soil, then metals. We can consume anything on Earth as fuel by re arranging their molecular structure. Ops.... that sounds kind of dangerous... doesn't it? Or maybe I am thinking too much?
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Han Jun Zeng
Posted over 4 years ago
Nathan Myhrvold: Could this laser zap malaria?
Yeah they said eBay but things can be expensive in eBay too. LOL To me it is a household mini defense system. Imagine tweeking the system to track human heat signature. Continuous multiple rapid hits on the human body can be pretty painful too!