Responding to the challenges of global environmental sustainability
Sustainable Cities By Design, Through Science, In Place
Resilient Infrastructure Systems for Uncertain Environments
We celebrate our women in research at the Future Resilient Systems on the occasion of International Women's Day!
Singapore-ETH Centre is leading a joint research project known as 'Cooling Singapore' with MIT, TUM and NUS to mitigate heat island effect in Singapore.
The Future Cities Laboratory combines science and design to develop new knowledge, technologies and approaches for a sustainable urban future.
The Future Resilient System programme develops a framework, concepts, and tools to make interconnected infrastructure systems more robust and resilient.
Human Factors in Automated Driving The paper published in the journal Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science prompts a rethink about AVs
Infrastructure Resilience Conference 14-16 Feb 2018 | The call is on: submit your abstract and proposal for tutorial session before 31 May 2017
Smart Cities 2.0 25 Mar | FCL researchers talk about responsive cities in the ChannelNews Asia documentary
Singapore-ETH Centre opening doors in AsiaThe Swiss Technology Impact Platform offers an opportunity to link research with practice.
Urban Complexity Science 5 May | Asst Prof Dr Markus Schlaepfer of FCL uncovers hidden rules in the dynamics of cities
Complex models: Sloppy vs Rigid Parameter Calibration 5 May | Prof Dr Didier Sornette on making sense of models with multiple parameters
The Drum Mountain 20 April - 15 May | Impressions of the Javanese volcano at NUS Museum by FCL's Tourism & Cultural Heritage group
Global Cities and Megacities 17 May | Parag Khanna discusses if global cities and megacities are new modes of global organisation