Timothy Ju Kin, NG

Timothy Ju Kin, NG


Timothy Ng is a creative at heart, taking on bold challenges in designing robots to aid humanity. He is best known for his groundbreaking work on the world's fastest robotic fish to provide underwater mobility for marine exploration and for search and rescue operations. He comes from a background of engineering, with experience in soft robotics, mechanical design, electrical systems and electronics. He is currently a PhD candidate at TUM, working on a wearable exoskeleton that can help patients with lower limb paralysis walk again. He looks to combine his abilities in entrepreneurship, engineering and service leadership to create robotic solutions to aid mankind.

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