SUTD Visual Research – Testing Group Fairness via Optimal Transport Projections

To find out more about Assistant Professor Karthyek Murthy and his research, visit https://sites.google.com/site/karthyekswebpage/home

SUTD Visual Research – Novel 2D Semiconductors in Energy-Efficient Electronics

Read the paper Efficient Ohmic contacts and built-in atomic sublayer protection in MoSiN4 and WSi2N4 monolayers at: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41699-021-00251-y Dr Ang Yee Sin is an assistant professor at the Science, Mathematics, and Technology Cluster at SUTD, where...

SUTD Visual Research – Nature Inspired Aerial Crafts

Read more about nature inspired aerial crafts from these links: Design, Modelling and Control of Collaborative Samara Autorotating Wings (SAW) An Agile Samara-Inspired Single-Actuator Aerial Robot Capable of Autorotation and Diving Joint Mechanical Design and Flight Control...

SUTD Visual Research – Generative AI Design in Architecture

Fascinated? Find out more about the research by Sam Conrad Joyce and Ibrahum Nazim here: Exploring the Evolution of Meta Parametric Models https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320808854 User Directed Meta Parametric Design for Option Exploration https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336798906 Try the demos here: Floor Plan Designer http://metadesignlab.com/demo/proofOfConcept2D Urban Block...

Flying Into The Future — The Impacts of Advanced Air Mobility

With the opening of borders and the return of leisure and business travel, the aviation sector is finally seeing its long-awaited revival. That said, a number of talking points surrounding the aviation industry have...

SUTD ushers in a new dawn for energy research in Singapore

By developing devices that consume less energy, researchers from SUTD are laying the groundwork for a more sustainable future even in the face of the climate crisis. As we contend with a warming world, technological...

Aviation research scales greater heights at SUTD

Even as the COVID-19 pandemic grounded aircraft worldwide, aviation research at SUTD continues to take flight—with new tools for allocating airport slots, predicting the impact of extreme weather events and more. Given the advances...

Code Red: What We Can Learn From The IPCC Report On Climate Change

Temperature: 33ºC. Feels like: 44ºC. If you too are feeling that it feels extra warm this year, you’re not imagining things: the sweltering heat we’ve been experiencing has been unprecedented. On 1 April 2022,...

KISS, Korea 2022: Recreation outside of class

Outside of class the summer school friends, and I went to the nearby arcades, karaoke, cafes and jjimjilbangs to hang out. The arcades had fun baseball batting cages. We sang for many hours straight...

KISS, Korea 2022: Intro and Field Trips by KAIST

Zhe Hui and I did a summer programme at KAIST in Daejeon, Korea, and we had a blast. Our summer school peers came from Australia, Denmark, U.S.A., the UK, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, China,...

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