"Understanding human performance in sociotechnical systems – Steps towards a generic framework" published in Safety Science journal.
Hot off the press in Discrete Optimization journal
"Complete Mixed Integer Linear Programming Formulations for Modularity Density Based Clustering" by Dr Alberto Costa and Prof Dr Ng Tsan Sheng published.
FRS PI Ho Teck Hua to Lead Data Science Initiative
FRS principal investigator Prof Dr Ho Teck Hua has been appointed the executive chairman of the new AI.SG and leader of the Singapore Data Science Consortium.
Prof Philip Ursprung awarded Swiss Grand Award
Prof Philip Usprung is awarded the 17th Swiss Grand Award for Art for finding, exploring and crossing boundaries and opening up new intellectual and creative freedoms through his work.
New Publication: Sociotechnical Resilience
Sociotechnical resilience is an interdisciplinary concept derived from science and technology studies, human factors, safety science, organisational studies, and systems engineering.
Human Factors in Automated Driving
Automated driving will fundamentally change road transportation. But the role of humans and human-system interaction need to be clearly established to ensure a smooth ride.
Critical Thinking in the 'New World Disorder'
Critical thinking is not just about making good decisions, but making decisions for the social good. The new world disorder has only heightened the need to work together, challenge assumptions and make better decisions.
On Air: ChannelNews Asia's Futuropolis
24 Mar | FCL researchers go on air on ChannelNews Asia's documentary Futuropolis and share our vision and approach towards the future of cities.
FCL on ChannelNews Asia's Smart Cities 2.0
25 Mar | FCL talks to Smart Cities 2.0 host Jason Pomeroy about responsive cities, use of VR technology in our research and how they make cities more liveable and sustainable.
Celebrating Women in Research
We celebrate our women in research at the Future Cities Laboratory and Future Resilient Systems on the occasion of International Women's Day.