Bicky Bhangu

By 4 December 2017

Dr Bicky Bhangu is Regional Director for Southeast Asia and Pacific at Rolls-Royce where he is responsible for the regional strategy, external relations, and governance of the operational activities across our key business sectors – Civil and Defence Aerospace, Marine, and Power Systems in the region. He was previously Country Director for Singapore.

He has been with Rolls-Royce since 2007 initially based in UK and subsequently moved to Singapore in 2009, as Chief Engineer of Electrical Systems to develop the company’s electrical power & control systems capability. It was during this time that he received the prestigious Sir Henry Royce Technical Innovation award for his work on integrated electrical power & gas turbine propulsion systems.

In 2012 he was Vice President for Rolls-Royce Marine Services and had the global responsibility for managing the new portfolio of equipment health monitoring (EHM) and after-market services & long-term service agreements.

Bicky has a BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, an MSc in Control Systems, PhD in Advanced Machines and Drives from the University of Sheffield and an MBA in Technology Management. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

He is Fellow of the Institution of Engineering Technology (IET) and a Chartered Engineer, and the Chairman for IET Singapore Network. He is on the steering committee for the IET Aerospace Technical Professional Network, UK.

Bicky is the President of the Singapore British Chamber of Commerce having previously served as the Board Member, Board Executive Committee and Chairman of External Affairs. He is also serving as Board Vice President for the Euro Chambers of Commerce Singapore. He served as the Chairman for Aerospace Industry Skills and Training Council (ISTC) supporting Workforce Development Agency (WDA) to oversee the skills development for the Singapore aerospace industry (2013 – 2015). He is serving the Singapore Maritime Port Authority (MPA) as select committee member for R&D investment in green port technologies.