Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities
The Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC) is a research institute in the Singapore University of Technology and Design. The Centre seeks to stimulate thinking and research on the critical issues of cities and urbanisation and explore the integrated use of technology, design and policy to provide urban solutions.
12 May 2023
Dr Harvey Neo and Dr Justin Lee on enhancing readiness of Singapore’s social ecosystem (CNA, 10.05.2023)
Channel NewsAsia featured a segment on Dr Harvey Neo (Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities) and Dr Justin Lee (Institute of Policy Studies) on enhancing readiness of Singapore's social ecosystem. [...]
11 May 2023
$6 million fund launched to advance social causes in Singapore (Channel 8, 10.05.2023)
晚间新闻 at Channel 8 featured a $6 million fund that was launched to advance social causes in Singapore. [...]
11 May 2023
Launch of the Future-Ready Society Impact fund (Channel 5: News Tonight, 10.05.2023)
Channel 5: News Tonight "Future-Proofing Singapore" segment featured the launch of Future Ready Society Impact Fund which took place on 10 May 2023.
5 Jun 2023
Future-Ready Society Conference Series: The Future is Local?
Should future societies be more local, self-organised and focused on contributing to commonly shared wealth? If goods and services a […]
1 Jun 2023
LKY CIC Brown Bag Lunchtime Talk: “Impact of Study Abroad Experiences on Chinese Engineering Students’ Employability”
China is one of the leading provider countries for U.S. engineering students. [...]
23 May 2023
LKY CIC Brown Bag Lunchtime Talk: “Process Oriented Approach to Team Roles for Creative Output, A Qualitative Study using WhatsApp”
Organizations can hire the best individuals, but they need to be able to work together effectively in teams in order to address complex issues. [...]
Master of Urban Science, Policy and Planning
Offered by the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities and the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Cluster, SUTD’s Master of Science in Urban Science, Policy and Planning is designed in the context of big data and smart city initiatives to train the next generation of urban researchers, analysts and practitioners. Students combine advanced social and data science research methods and computational techniques with urban theory, planning and practice to explore current and emerging topics and shape the cities of the future.