Dean PANG Hwee Hwa
School of Information Systems
Singapore Management University
The “smartness” of a city is not an end in itself; rather, it is a means to make the city more liveable and to attain sustainable development. These end-goals entail harmonising a host of concerns, including social, economic, business, environmental, and technology.
Smart-City Management & Technology Major is a unique interdisciplinary programme designed to train professionals to manage these multidisciplinary concerns, and to apply the enabling technologies. This timely programme equips students to seize career opportunities arising from the global trend towards smart cities, and Singapore’s Smart Nation Initiative in particular. Students will acquire a sound foundation of the interdisciplinary knowledge that is required to address complex real-world problems. They will be able to innovate IT solutions to achieve intended business, social and environmental outcomes. Students will also have opportunities to participate in the development of cutting-edge smart city solutions.
We invite prospective students to find out more about our programme. We are also actively engaging government agencies and industry as partners, to prepare the next generation of professionals who are ready to employ smart solutions in the real-world.
Why Smart-City Management & Technology Major?
About Smart-City Management & Technology Major
BSc (IS) : Smart-City Management & Technology Curriculum
BSc (IS) : Smart-City Management & Technology Learning Outcomes
Smart-City Management & Technology Career Opportunities
Smart-City Initiatives at SMU SIS Research Centres & Labs
Smart-City Related Projects at SMU SIS
by SMU-TCS iCity Lab
SIS Research Project
Through multi-disciplinary Research and Development (R&D) efforts, spanning across both technology and social behavioral sciences, SHINESeniors aims to enhance community care to support sustainable ageing-in-place.This is achieved by providing sensor-enabled homes and personalized home care for senior Singaporeans.
by Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp. Lab (UNiCEN)
Adding Capacity without Building Capacity : Leveraging artificial intelligence (Al), analytics, and computational social science to develop solutions that address urban challenges with Singapore as a “living lab” through Intelligent Transport, Smart Crowd Management and Smart Logistics as well as the Urban Computing Platform.
Last updated on 26 Sep 2017 .