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Technology Primers

Technology primers are booklets specially curated by research teams in CoE with good track record to allow our partners to understand more about recent technology trends as well as the capabilities and key research facilities we have developed in these areas. We hope these booklets will serve as a good resource for partners as they navigate through the waves of industry transformation, as well as a bridge facilitating future collaborations with us.

<AI@NTU> surveys the development of AI over the years and provides pointers on the potentials of AI and collaboration in this field. It also showcases NTU’s collective strengths in AI and provides a comprehensive feature on our AI research capabilities, projects, laboratories, achievements, and activities.

<Construction Industry 4.0> reviews state-of-the-art research, development, demonstration and deployment in the construction industry, as well as presents a framework to improve the productivity, safety, quality and sustainability in the current construction environment.

A key component of Industry 4.0, flexible electronics is expected to underpin cyber-physical systems in the near future. <Emerging Flexible Electronics> reviews current state-of-the-art in flexible electronics in three aspects: materials, devices and applications. It describes the capabilities CoE houses and documents what CoE has achieved so far in its flexible electronics drive.

<Innovative Solutions for Urban Underground Construction and Space Creation> highlights CoE’s R&D efforts in space creation, improvements in lifecycle performance of underground facilities, construction efficiency, better environment, and resilience of infrastructures. 

<Neurotechnologies for the Next Decade> provides an overview of current neurotechnologies, reviews current neurotechnology research efforts within NTU Singapore as well as provide recommendations for future neurotechnology research.

<Technology Innovations for Food Security> reviews market and research trends of relevance to Singapore food security (primary production, post-harvest processing and nutrition), as well as demonstrate how relevant capabilities within CoE can be integrated for a collective and synergistic effort in technology innovations for Singapore food security.