SUTD Visual Research – Towards a Better Type of Memory: Breaking the Speed Limit...

  Find out more about Assistant Professor Dr Desmond Loke and his research https://smt.sutd.edu.sg/people/faculty/desmond-loke 

Building a natural home for artificial intelligence

As artificial intelligence becomes more integrated into our daily lives, the increasing number of researchers building Singapore’s smart future will have a home at the SUTD AI mega-centre. 65 years ago in August, computer scientist...

SUTD Visual Research – Wireless Edge Caching

Professor Quek tells us how 5G networks will play a key role in Singapore’s digital transformation and ultimately change the way we live. https://wearesutd.sutd.edu.sg/sutd-ians/research/the-sprint-towards-5g/ Find out more about Professor Quek and his research https://people.sutd.edu.sg/~tonyquek/  

SUTD’s Human-Centric Approach to Technology and Design

How we’re leading the charge towards a new era of innovation. Today’s constantly evolving climate requires a different approach to design education, and so the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) was established to...

SUTD Visual Research – Morpheus: Automatic Music Generator

Find out more about Assistant Professor Herremans and her research https://istd.sutd.edu.sg/people/faculty/dorien-herremans

Top 5 Takeaways from Our Postgraduates

Pursuing a post-graduate course is no small decision. You want to be sure that the institution you choose will allow you to develop your career, and provide you with the flexibility to pursue your...

Managing water in a warming planet

With the changing climate affecting water resources availability, water management and climate change should be tackled in tandem, according to SUTD researchers. Whether it is flash floods in Singapore or forest fires in Australia, climate...

SUTD Visual Research – Designing Ethics

Credits to Dr Jeffrey Chan, Assistant Professor from Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences cluster.

How Design Can Save the World

Battling COVID-19 and rebuilding a better world post-pandemic. COVID-19 has plunged the world into an unprecedented crisis. Over a year after its emergence, the pandemic continues to challenge healthcare systems, global trade, local economies, and...

Wanna live on Mars? Then you shouldn’t be afraid of insects.

Third-year PhD student Ng Shiwei tells us how learning from Earth’s circular ecosystem can help us build extraterrestrial settlements – and how little critters have an important role to play in this. Imagine you’re leaving...

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