SUTD Explains: Rethinking our Hawker Centres

What would your version of a re-imagined hawker centre look like? In this episode of ‘SUTD Explains’, Assistant Professor Carlos Bañón explores the architectural possibilities of our hawker centres and how they can evolve to...

SUTD Explains: Sustainable Transport

There are about 1.3 billion vehicles in the world today, and this figure is expected to grow to 2 billion by the year 2050. So how can we make sure our increasing travel needs...

SUTD Explains: Designing for our Rising Seas

Amidst the pressing issue of rising sea levels, Professor of Practice Eva Castro from SUTD's Architecture and Sustainable Design Pillar explains how her research lab, Form Axioms, is looking into designing sustainable designs for...

SUTD Explains: Beyond Plastic

Touted as the future of plastic, FLAM - a fungal-like adhesive material - is strong, lightweight, inexpensive and most importantly, biodegradable. Designed and fabricated by Associate Professor Stylianos Dritsas from Architecture and Sustainable Design and...

The Sprint Towards 5G

This article first appeared in ASPIRE (2019, Vol 2, pages 8 and 9). By Jessica Sasayiah, Research Communications With the fifth-generation (5G) of wireless communications expected to be rolled out in Singapore in 2020, everyone is buzzing...

The SUTD Postgrad experience: Juggling research, lab work, family and… even Fifth Rows?

Four graduate students tell us why they chose SUTD and why they think more people might consider doing the same. Tell us about your research: Song Wenjian M Ridhuan: I started my PhD at the Engineering...

Take a trip into SUTD’s award-winning labs

This is iTrust: home to four fully-functional, miniature versions of power generation, water treatment, water distribution systems, and the Internet of Things.  Singapore is poised to become one of the leading smart cities in the...

Driving the use of Big Data in architecture and design through visual tools

Prof Bige Tunçer shares her passion in information modelling and how SUTD makes it easy for her to collaborate with other like-minded researchers Big data is often talked about in business and finance, but it’s...

The Prolific Professor Kristin Wood – Creating People at Universities

“What universities create are people, the things we create, the patents, the papers, are secondary” - Professor Kristin Wood. Not genetically though, but pedagogically. We speak to Professor Kristin Wood, one of the visionaries behind...

Setting the global stage for SUTD with research and international relations

Professor Yeo Kiat Seng sheds insights on how he intends to propel the young university to international prominence. Competing on the global stage is no small task. For a small and young university like SUTD,...

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