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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is Professor Terence Wong at Nanyang Technological University Singapore.


"A Journey into Microcontrollers" is a comprehensive course designed to equip learners with a deep understanding of microcontroller technology and its diverse applications. Throughout the course, students will embark on a guided exploration of microcontrollers, starting with fundamental concepts such as microcontroller architecture, memory, and input/output operations. As the course progresses, participants will delve into advanced topics, including sensor interfacing, communication protocols, real-time operating systems, IoT integration, machine learning on microcontrollers, and security considerations. With practical insights and hands-on experience, this course empowers students to develop their own microcontroller projects, tackle industry applications, and anticipate emerging trends in the field. Whether you're a novice or an experienced engineer, this course offers a comprehensive journey through the world of microcontrollers, preparing you for a dynamic and innovative future in embedded systems and electronics.


At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the educator indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

A Journey into Microcontrollers, by Professor Terence Wong at NTU

  • Dr. Terence Wong (SMIEEE) is a tenured associate professor of electrical and electronic engineering. He had been with the microelectronics division of EEE NTU since 1994. He had worked on a variety of research projects in semiconductor materials and devices (see specialties). In recent years, his research focus has shifted to photovoltaics and energy storage devices. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in microelectronics and is an adjunct lecturer at the GIST (German Institute of Science and Technology, Technical university of Munich). He also consult occasionally for industry on problems related to his research expertise.

    Dr. Wong is the author and co-author of 65 journal papers and 60 international conference presentations. He has contributed to one book chapter on electrophosphorescent OLEDs and one on X-ray scattering analysis of semiconductors. He is the author of a new e-book called 'Semiconductor strain metrology: principles and applications", Bentham Science (2012). This e-book is accessible at :

    Specialties: Nanofabrication, Semiconductor metrology, III-V/Ge interfaces, strained silicon CMOS devices, On-chip interconnects, Organic optoelectronics (OLED and OPV)

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