Our graduate students in the Master of Science in Urban Science, Policy and Planning (MUSPP) had been hard at work applying the skills and knowledge to a host of pertinent urban challenges we face today and presented their research at the Summer Soirée held on 15 Aug 2023 to the faculty, practitioners and policymakers.
The oral and poster presentations covered topics in Contemporary Urban Challenges, Public Space and Placemaking, Transportation Planning and Policy, Environment, Food and Society, and Pedestrianising the City.
This caps off their one-year journey in MUSPP, which can be described as
“Enriching and fun. MUSPP taught me less conventional ways to think about the wicked problems cities face and how to tackle them. Equipped me with data skills. Widened my network across different disciplines.” Ruth Poh, MUSPP 2023
Have a look at the posters to learn more about our graduands’ projects.
Contemporary Urban Challenges
• Adaptive urban planning for a sustainable and inclusive city by Sarah Lim Bee Hoon
• A critical review of the impacts and implications of urban redevelopment on older adults by Esther Chin
Public Space and Placemaking
• Creating age-friendly public outdoor spaces in Singapore: Current developments and challenges by Liu Manyinyang
• Navigating identity corridors: Understanding user typology and social concerns along the rail corridor central by Ysabelle Ho
Transportation Planning and Policy
• Going the Extra Mile: Transport Equity and Healthcare Access for Seniors in Singapore by Alice Lee Sze Hong
• A survey-based assessment of charging anxiety among electric vehicle owners by Yunjie Liang
• A comprehensive policy evaluation framework for the electrification of mobility by Bernice Huang
• Comparing the efficacy of semantic segmentation models in Southeast Asian cities using street view images: A case study in Phnom Penh by Darren Ho Di Xiang
Environment, Food, and Society
• De-conflicting a city in nature: Understanding human-wildlife encounters and perceptions in Singapore by Nikita Choudhary
• Exploring nudges that increase trash reduction and recycling in Singapore by Tay Kexin
• Meal preferences, habits and perceptions towards novel foods and 3D-printed foods among night shift workers in Singapore by Janice Young
Pedestrianising the City (Industry project in partnership with the Land Transport Authority)
• Overcoming barriers by businesses to road pedestrianisation by Koh Lip Wee, Ruth Poh, Wong Yi Jie
• Placemaking for mobility in pedestrianised streets in the urban tropics: Singapore case study by Cristina Nearing, Hana Richelle Tang Tan, Amelia Tan Hui Shan