The Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities and the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences cluster at SUTD are excited to announce the launch of a new Master of Science in Urban Science, Policy and Planning.
At the Jubilee Edition of DBS Bank Asian Insights Conference 2018 (held in conjunction with the bank’s 50th anniversary), which brings together top minds across business, government and academia to discuss key trends and issues facing
On 9th July 2018, Australia’s Victorian Government, Liveability Australia International, and Trade and Investment Victoria held a panel discussion on “Creating Liveable and Resilient Cities” in Singapore (coinciding with the World Cities Summit). The keynote
LKYCIC Director Mr Poon King Wang was interviewed by FM89.3 on the book, Living Digital 2040: Future of Work, Education, and Healthcare
OpenGov had the opportunity to speak to Mr Poon King Wang, the Principal Investigator for the project and Dr Lim Wee Kiat, a Co-Principal Investigator, about LKYCIC, the origins of the project and the findings
A discussion on technological disruption in government, business, healthcare, education (OpenGov 12 February 2018)
OpenGov reported on the launch of new book Living Digital 2040: Future of Work, Education, and Healthcare, which was co-authored by LKYCIC’s Poon King Wang, Dr Hyowon Lee and Dr Mohan Elara, Chae Youngjin, Gayathri Balasubramanian, Aaron Yong, Raymond Yeong and NTU’s Dr Lim Wee Kiat.
New Smart City index in the works to provide guidance on adoption of technology (ST 23 November 2017)
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and top-ranking business school IMD (International Institute for Management Development), signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to spearhead a Smart Cities Index.
Professor Chan Heng Chee, the former long-serving Singapore envoy to the United States and now Ambassador-at-Large, has been named board co-chair in Asia of the Asia Society.
The article featured quotes from LKYCIC’s Dr Spela Mocnik and Dr Corinne Ong.
Commentary: Smart Nation a success if it helps Singaporeans tackle everyday challenges (Channel NewsAsia 16 August 2017)
Article written by Mr Poon King Wang