The Pursuit of Riding: Unravelling Motorcycle Ownership in Singapore

PI: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD) Co-PI: Assoc Prof Lynette Cheah (ESD, SUTD) Team: Ms Ariel Tan (LKYCIC, SUTD) Even as Singapore pursues its car-lite and Walk-Cycle-Ride vision, the demand for private motorcycle ownership has been on the rise. This project seeks to understand the underlying motivations and considerations that individuals

Perception and Acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles in Singapore

PI: Assoc Prof Lynette Cheah (ESD, SUTD) Co-PI: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD) Team: Ms Kristi Miller (ESD, SUTD), Ms Nurhazimah Naharudin (LKYCIC, SUTD) This project sets out to better understand commuter perceptions and acceptance towards autonomous vehicles, which would facilitate the adoption of those technologies into the Singapore public transport

Organising Workers Through Digital Means

PI: Prof Lim Sun Sun (HASS, SUTD) Co-PI: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD) Team: Dr Wang Yang, Dr Brigid Trenerry (LKYCIC, SUTD) The research explored how workers might be organised through digital means, beyond the traditional ways of organising workers. We termed this as ‘Digital Organising’. The proliferation of digital tools

Designing for Adoption of Autonomous Mobility Services

PI: Assoc Prof Lynette Cheah (ESD, SUTD) Co-PI: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD), Prof Lucciene Blessing (EPD, SUTD) Team: Dr Sabreena Anowar (ESD, SUTD), Dr Jude Herijadi Kurniawan (ESD, SUTD), Kristi Miller (ESD, SUTD) Public acceptance of autonomous vehicles is a possible barrier to plans to roll-out AVs as part of

Cooling Singapore: Field Campaigns

PI: Prof Renate Schubert (ETH Zurich) Team: Dr Samuel Chng (LKYCIC, SUTD), Dr Natalia Borzino (Singapore-ETH Centre) The Field Campaigns within the larger Cooling Singapore project focused on understanding the awareness, beliefs and attitudes of Singapore’s population towards climate change and Urban Heat Island mitigation. Through online and on-site survey campaigns,

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