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Company Overview of Singapore Polytechnic
Singapore Polytechnic is an education institution. The institute offers diploma, advanced diploma, specialist diploma, and diploma plus courses in the field of architecture; design; maritime; business; digital media; infocomm technology; chemical; life sciences; engineering; foreign languages; communication; arts; and social sciences. The schools of the university include School of Architecture and the Built Environment; SP Business School; School of Chemical and Life Sciences; School of Communication, Arts, and Social Sciences; SP Design School; School of Digital Media and Infocomm Technology; School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering; School of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering...
500 Dover Road
Founded in 1954
Key Executives for Singapore Polytechnic
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Singapore Polytechnic Key Developments
Technical University of Munich, German Institute of Science and Technology – TUM Asia, Singapore Polytechnic and ST Kinetics Extend Composite Research Partnership to the Industry
Mar 27 13
Technical University of Munich, German Institute of Science and Technology – TUM Asia, Singapore Polytechnic and ST Kinetics signed a memorandum of understanding with nine other local and international companies to promote composite technology through the following avenues: Technology development and demonstration; Education and training; Services for industrial projects; and Entrepreneurship. Therefore, the collaboration aims to build a sustainable composite technology resource model that will support local small and medium enterprises as well as start-up companies with the necessary resources to develop and build composite materials in accordance to their individual industry needs. The four founding members, TUM, TUM Asia, Singapore Polytechnic and ST Kinetics will drive this initiative along with other participating companies through efforts in the four key areas of technology transfer, workforce development, technology demonstration and promotion, and services. Singapore Polytechnic and ST Kinetics will play an important role in this project. A composite technology laboratory has been setup within the premises of Singapore Polytechnic to leverage on the training and development skills of its staff to equip the workforce with the know-hows in the latest composite technology.
Singapore Polytechnic Signs Memorandum of Understanding with University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta and University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta to Embark on New Educational Framework
Mar 19 13
Singapore Polytechnic signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta and University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta to embark on a new educational framework that will enhance engineering education in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Known as Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate (CDIO), this innovative framework will be adopted by University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta and University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta to transform the teaching and learning approach in the field of Science and Technology. The two-year programme will be supported by Temasek Foundation, Singapore with a grant of SGD 453,780, while University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta and University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta will jointly fund the remaining cost of SGD 146,250. A series of training workshops will be held to train 70 participants from University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta and University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta in the overall CDIO Teaching and Learning framework. A select group of 35 will then be trained as specialists to do the following: develop an integrated curriculum; conceive and design innovative products and systems; design active experiential learning experiences; and evaluate programmes for continuous improvement.
National Library Board and Singapore Polytechnic Partner to Develop the New Library@Orchard with Design Thinking
Dec 18 12
The National Library Board (NLB) and Singapore Polytechnic (SP) embark are partnering to develop the new library@orchard with Design Thinking, a user-focused approach. The NLB-SP team has developed a range of prototypes on ideas of space design where the public gets to give feedback and suggestions to shape the library-going experience when it opens in 2014. Design Thinking methodology fits in well with National Library Board’s plans for library@orchard as it employs a user-centric approach in all facets of library development - from design, infrastructure, services and collection development, to programme planning. The three key phases of Design Thinking involves (i) defining user needs, (ii) developing ideas and prototyping, and (iii) developing a strategic business model. Proposed ideas are reviewed by users and groups of stakeholders before plans are shaped, refined and crystallised. Intensive intuitive user tests are also conducted in this process and prototypes will be refined based on user feedback in an iterative manner. As the Design Thinking process requires a multi-faceted approach and expertise from various fields, NLB and SP have assembled a multidisciplinary project team comprising library professionals, lecturers and students from the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, the School of Business, and the School of Communications, Arts and Social Sciences. Together, the NLB-SP team combined the Design Thinking principles with the practical needs of library management to develop and conceptualise the upcoming library@orchard.
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