Scholars' Profiles

Forging A Technological Edge

Ye Danqi defends cyberspace by staying ahead of the technological curve.

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Helming Cybersecurity

Jiaqi is a computer security researcher at DSO National Laboratories. His main areas of work are in programme analysis and verification, and most of his time at work involves thinking of ways to better analyse software to search automatically for security bugs and to verify that a piece of software is safe and free from bugs.

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Challenges In Transport Engineering

Singapore’s world-class urban infrastructure allows companies in the built ­environment sector to weave their design skills and carry out research in an ­exciting range of sustainable projects.

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For The Safety Of Amusement Rides

Through regulatory standards and forward planning, BCA ensures that our built environment is a safe, high quality, sustainable and friendly one, for communities to thrive in.

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Taking Flight With SIA

Daryl Eng’s training in International Relations comes in handy for his work at one of Singapore’s top companies.

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Towards A Cleaner And Greener Environment

Lee Xin Min is working towards the minimization of waste in Singapore.

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Water – The Essence Of Life

Amritha wishes to bring better technology to improve the ­water supply infrastructure.

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An Interest To Shape The Built Environment

While studying at NUS, URA sponsored Zann Tay on several overseas learning trips.

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Joining The Dynamic Aviation Industry

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore requires more than just engineering students. Humanities graduate Chan Ki Wan finds herself in a good match.

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Underground Engineering

Chua Gim Hock faces the challenges of building an underground MRT station with minimal disruption to the busy streets above it.

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