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The STEAMxD workshop (STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, and D = Design Thinking) is transdisciplinary in its nature and structured as a designette wherein participants are provided with a design brief containing an opportunity statement, workshop narrative, deliverables, rubrics, and metrics. A pilot run was carried out in January 2022 with a total of 46 pre-university students participating in the Drone Technologies track, while in January 2023 the number of participants increased to 96 students, participating in both Drone Technologies and AI Rescue Robots tracks. In January 2024, 103 students will be participating in both tracks as scholars of the MOE sponsored Engineering and Tech Programme Scholarship (ETPS).

Students applied a design systems approach, which includes human-centric socio-historical, cultural context, technology (STEM), and design thinking. The human-centric design developed a narrative of the workshop to highlight the humanistic component of the design challenge. The technological component ensured the transferring of abilities through a series of workshops to enable the participants to prototype appropriate solutions, while design thinking provided design tools to find potential solutions, but, most importantly, bridged the other two components to drive the programme towards a collaborative outcome.

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View the videos of the past workshops here:
2022 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xv9idDVUko
2023 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqcp6WBSd0E

In the 5-day programme, each day is separated into 2 sessions (AM and PM) for the purpose of providing abilities-transferring training workshops. The participants are introduced to a design brief wherein the programme track is titled “Rescue Operation at a Disaster Area using Robots Equipped with Artificial Intelligence Image Recognition Technology.” In addition, participants are introduced to a workshop scenario where students take the role of SUTD entrepreneurs (TECH NGO) undergoing a series of training workshops to rapidly acquire competencies needed to deploy a comprehensive person and pets robot rescue operation at a disaster area.

Finally, participants are expected to develop a problem scenario, which includes deliverables for day 5:

  1. an AI-equipped robot challenge with its metrics, and
  2. a storyboard 3-min pitch with its rubrics.

Programme Schedule

Day Time Programme Venue Instructors
15-Jan
(Day 1)
Mon
8.15am Registration Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.00am Opening Speech
By Prof Chong Tow Chong
President, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.10am Welcome Speech
By Dr. Hang Kim Hoo
STEM Programme Manager, CPDD, MOE
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.20am Keynote Speech – “Future of Robotics”
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.45am Q & A
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.50am AI Robots:
Students walk back to Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios.
10.00am Workshop – Humanities Session
A design brief is introduced containing an opportunity statement, workshop narrative, deliverables, rubrics, and metrics. This session begins with an introductory lecture on applied ethics, followed by a workshop exercise.
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Asst. Prof. Jeffrey Chan
12.30pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.30pm Workshop – Design Thinking Session
Students are introduced to the Double Diamond design thinking framework and tools, such as, personas, storyboard, contextual scenario and low-fidelity prototyping to ideate and generate potential solutions.
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Dr. Tan Mei Xuan
Dr. Sumbul Khan
4.30pm End of Day 1
16-Jan
(Day 2)
Tue
9.00am Students’ Arrival Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
9.30am Workshop – Space-age Fabrication Technologies
Students are trained in computer-aided design (CAD) using Automaker Fusion360 software and Ultimaker Cura software to aid them in 3D printing.
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm Talk – “Design Thinking and Innovation at Dyson”
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
1.40pm Q & A
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Makers Space
Campus tour of Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab), SUTD Library, and Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre (DManD).
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
4.30pm End of Day 2
17-Jan
(Day 3)
Wed
9.00am Students’ Arrival Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – Robot Assembly
Students assemble the various components of the AI-equipped rescue robot and are able to drive it efficiently and use its camera with ease.
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
12.00pm Lunch Break (1.5hr)
1.30pm SHARP Talk
SHARP is SUTD’s premium research programme for highly talented students with great passion and determination for outstanding research. Discover more about this special programme from this talk.
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1) Assoc. Prof. Dario Poletti (SMT), SHARP Director
2.00pm Workshop – Artificial Intelligence
How does machine learning work? Students are introduced to basic principles of machine learning with the ability of training and detecting objects.
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Asst. Prof. Yannic Noller
Dr. Natalie Agus
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
4.30pm End of Day 3
18-Jan
(Day 4)
Thu
9.00am Students’ Arrival Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – AI Optimization
How do we ensure victims (persons and pets) are easily detected by the AI image recognition software successfully? Train the AI algorithm to recognize images of people and pets (cats, dogs, and rabbits) from various angles.
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Asst. Prof. Yannic Noller
Dr. Natalie Agus
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Admissions & Pillar Showcase Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Self Immersion
Preparation for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge competition. Students apply competencies learned on socio-historical contextual analysis, 3D printing, machine learning, storyboarding, image recognition technology.
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.30pm End of Day 4
19-Jan
(Day 5)
Fri
9.00am Students’ Arrival Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – Final Test Run
Student teams make final preparations for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge.
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
All Faculty
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Pillar Discovery & Campus Tour Data Analytics Lab
2.00pm Competition – Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge
Startup company projects (student teams) consolidate all competencies learnt during the previous 4.5 days into a coherent socio-historical-cultural storyboard pitch challenge and AI-equipped rescue robot challenge.
Think Tank 2 & 3
Think Tank 4 & 5
4.00pm Transition Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
4.30pm Closing Ceremony
Game of Chance, prize presentation, closing comments and photo taking of winning teams.
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
5.30pm End of Day 5

In the 5-day programme, each day is separated into 2 sessions (AM and PM) for the purpose of providing abilities-transferring training workshops. The participants are introduced to a design brief wherein the programme track is titled “Covid-19 Vaccine Cargo Airdropped to an Isolated Village Using Drones.” In addition, participants are introduced to a workshop scenario where students take the role of SUTD entrepreneurs (TECH NGO) undergoing a series of training workshops to rapidly acquire competencies needed to deploy a comprehensive cargo delivery service to remote areas.

Finally, participants are expected to develop a problem scenario, which includes deliverables for day 5:

  1. a drone challenge with its metrics, and
  2. a storyboard 3-min pitch with its rubrics.

Programme Schedule

Day Time Programme Venue Instructors
15-Jan
(Day 1)
Mon
8.15am Registration Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.00am Opening Speech
By Prof Chong Tow Chong
President, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.10am Welcome Speech
By Dr. Hang Kim Hoo
STEM Programme Manager, CPDD, MOE
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.20am Keynote Speech – “Future of Robotics”
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.45am Q & A
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.50am Drone Technologies:
Students walk back to Cohort Classroom 14 & Cohort Classroom 16.
10.00am Workshop – Humanities Session
A design brief is introduced containing an opportunity statement, workshop narrative, deliverables, rubrics, and metrics, for students to address the socio-historical and cultural context of the programme narrative within the realms of equity and empathetic design.
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Assoc. Prof. Lyle Fearnley
Asst. Prof. Setsuko Yokohama
12.30pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.30pm Workshop – Design Thinking Session
Students are introduced to the Double Diamond design thinking framework and tools, such as, affinity matrix, storyboard, morphological matrix and c-sketch to ideate and generate potential solutions.
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Dr. Franklin Anariba
4.30pm End of Day 1
16-Jan
(Day 2)
Tue
9.00am Students’ Arrival Cohort Classroom 14
9.30am Workshop – Physical World of Drones
Students learn about the forces and torques that control the flight behaviour and dynamics of a quadrotor drone, and how to control the balance of these forces to make the drone fly in the air.
Cohort Classroom 14
Multi-Purpose Hall
Assoc. Prof. Foong Shaohui
Dr. Cheah Chin Wei
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm Talk – “Design Thinking and Innovation at Dyson”
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
1.40pm Q & A
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Coding World of Drones
Once the students have mastered manual piloting of the drone, the next step is to program the drone to fly autonomously using visual block programming (VBP).
Multi-Purpose Hall Assoc. Prof. Foong Shaohui
4.30pm End of Day 2
17-Jan
(Day 3)
Wed
9.00am Students’ Arrival Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
9.30am Workshop – Space-age Fabrication Technologies
Students are trained in computer-aided design (CAD) using Automaker Fusion360 software and Ultimaker Cura software to aid them in 3D printing.
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
12.00pm Lunch Break (1.5hr)
1.30pm SHARP Talk
SHARP is SUTD’s premium research programme for highly talented students with great passion and determination for outstanding research. Discover more about this special programme from this talk.
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1) Assoc. Prof. Dario Poletti (SMT), SHARP Director
2.00pm Workshop – Makers Space
Campus tour of Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab), SUTD Library, and Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre (DManD).
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
4.30pm End of Day 3
18-Jan
(Day 4)
Thu
9.00am Students’ Arrival Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
9.30am Workshop – Math and Analysis of Drones
Following the lessons on piloting a drone using VBP, the students learn how to design the route of the drones by re-casting the problem as a modelling problem, such as the Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP).
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Dr. Shubhakar Kalya
Dr. Wong Wei Pin
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Admissions & Pillar Showcase Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Self Immersion
Preparation for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge competition. Students apply competencies learned on socio-historical contextual analysis, 3D printing, mathematical modelling, storyboarding, and drone programming and piloting.
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.30pm End of Day 4
19-Jan
(Day 5)
Fri
9.00am Students’ Arrival Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
9.30am Workshop – Final Test Run
Student teams make final preparations for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge.
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
All Faculty
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Pillar Discovery & Campus Tour ASD Studio 2
2.00pm Competition – Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge
Startup company projects (student teams) consolidate all competencies learnt during the previous 4.5 days into a coherent socio-historical-cultural storyboard 3-min pitch challenge and drone programming and piloting challenge.
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.00pm Transition Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
4.30pm Closing Ceremony
Game of Chance, prize presentation, closing comments and photo taking of winning teams.
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
5.30pm End of Day 5
AI Rescue Robots Track
Drone Technologies Track

Click on each track to view more information and the programme schedule.

AI Rescue Robots Track

In the 5-day programme, each day is separated into 2 sessions (AM and PM) for the purpose of providing abilities-transferring training workshops. The participants are introduced to a design brief wherein the programme track is titled “Rescue Operation at a Disaster Area using Robots Equipped with Artificial Intelligence Image Recognition Technology.” In addition, participants are introduced to a workshop scenario where students take the role of SUTD entrepreneurs (TECH NGO) undergoing a series of training workshops to rapidly acquire competencies needed to deploy a comprehensive person and pets robot rescue operation at a disaster area.

Finally, participants are expected to develop a problem scenario, which includes deliverables for day 5:

  1. an AI-equipped robot challenge with its metrics, and
  2. a storyboard 3-min pitch with its rubrics.

Programme Schedule

Time Programme
8.15am Registration
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.00am Opening Speech
By Prof Chong Tow Chong
President, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.10am Welcome Speech
By Dr. Hang Kim Hoo
STEM Programme Manager, CPDD, MOE
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.20am Keynote Speech – “Future of Robotics”
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.45am Q & A
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.50am AI Robots:
Students walk back to Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios.
10.00am Workshop – Humanities Session
A design brief is introduced containing an opportunity statement, workshop narrative, deliverables, rubrics, and metrics. This session begins with an introductory lecture on applied ethics, followed by a workshop exercise.
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Asst. Prof. Jeffrey Chan
12.30pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.30pm Workshop – Design Thinking Session
Students are introduced to the Double Diamond design thinking framework and tools, such as, personas, storyboard, contextual scenario and low-fidelity prototyping to ideate and generate potential solutions.
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Instructors:
Dr. Tan Mei Xuan
Dr. Sumbul Khan
4.30pm End of Day 1
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
9.30am Workshop – Space-age Fabrication Technologies
Students are trained in computer-aided design (CAD) using Automaker Fusion360 software and Ultimaker Cura software to aid them in 3D printing.
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm Talk – “Design Thinking and Innovation at Dyson”
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
1.40pm Q & A
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Makers Space
Campus tour of Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab), SUTD Library, and Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre (DManD).
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
4.30pm End of Day 2
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – Robot Assembly
Students assemble the various components of the AI-equipped rescue robot and are able to drive it efficiently and use its camera with ease.
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Instructors:
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
12.00pm Lunch Break (1.5hr)
1.30pm SHARP Talk
SHARP is SUTD’s premium research programme for highly talented students with great passion and determination for outstanding research. Discover more about this special programme from this talk.
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Dario Poletti (SMT), SHARP Director
2.00pm Workshop – Artificial Intelligence
How does machine learning work? Students are introduced to basic principles of machine learning with the ability of training and detecting objects.
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Instructors:
Asst. Prof. Yannic Noller
Dr. Natalie Agus
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
4.30pm End of Day 3
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – AI Optimization
How do we ensure victims (persons and pets) are easily detected by the AI image recognition software successfully? Train the AI algorithm to recognize images of people and pets (cats, dogs, and rabbits) from various angles.
Venue:
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Instructors:
Asst. Prof. Yannic Noller
Dr. Natalie Agus
Mr. Zeng Zimou
Mr. Matthew Yeo
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Admissions & Pillar Showcase
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Self Immersion
Preparation for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge competition. Students apply competencies learned on socio-historical contextual analysis, 3D printing, machine learning, storyboarding, image recognition technology.
Venue:
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.30pm End of Day 4
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
9.30am Workshop – Final Test Run
Student teams make final preparations for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge.
Venue:
Think Tank 4 & 5
Think Tank 7 & 8
Think Tank 14 & 15
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
All Faculty
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Pillar Discovery & Campus Tour
Venue:
Data Analytics Lab
2.00pm Competition – Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge
Startup company projects (student teams) consolidate all competencies learnt during the previous 4.5 days into a coherent socio-historical-cultural storyboard pitch challenge and AI-equipped rescue robot challenge.
Venue:
Think Tank 2 & 3
Think Tank 4 & 5
4.00pm Transition
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
4.30pm Closing Ceremony
Game of Chance, prize presentation, closing comments and photo taking of winning teams.
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
5.30pm End of Day 5
Select Another Track

Drone Technologies Track

In the 5-day programme, each day is separated into 2 sessions (AM and PM) for the purpose of providing abilities-transferring training workshops. The participants are introduced to a design brief wherein the programme track is titled “Covid-19 Vaccine Cargo Airdropped to an Isolated Village Using Drones.” In addition, participants are introduced to a workshop scenario where students take the role of SUTD entrepreneurs (TECH NGO) undergoing a series of training workshops to rapidly acquire competencies needed to deploy a comprehensive cargo delivery service to remote areas.

Finally, participants are expected to develop a problem scenario, which includes deliverables for day 5:

  1. a drone challenge with its metrics, and
  2. a storyboard 3-min pitch with its rubrics.

Programme Schedule

Time Programme
8.15am Registration
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.00am Opening Speech
By Prof Chong Tow Chong
President, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.10am Welcome Speech
By Dr. Hang Kim Hoo
STEM Programme Manager, CPDD, MOE
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.20am Keynote Speech – “Future of Robotics”
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.45am Q & A
By Mr. Kashyap Chandrasekar
Director of Upstream Robotics, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
9.50am Drone Technologies:
Students walk back to Cohort Classroom 14 & Cohort Classroom 16.
10.00am Workshop – Humanities Session
A design brief is introduced containing an opportunity statement, workshop narrative, deliverables, rubrics, and metrics, for students to address the socio-historical and cultural context of the programme narrative within the realms of equity and empathetic design.
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Lyle Fearnley
Asst. Prof. Setsuko Yokohama
12.30pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.30pm Workshop – Design Thinking Session
Students are introduced to the Double Diamond design thinking framework and tools, such as, affinity matrix, storyboard, morphological matrix and c-sketch to ideate and generate potential solutions.
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Dr. Franklin Anariba
4.30pm End of Day 1
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
9.30am Workshop – Physical World of Drones
Students learn about the forces and torques that control the flight behaviour and dynamics of a quadrotor drone, and how to control the balance of these forces to make the drone fly in the air.
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Multi-Purpose Hall
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Foong Shaohui
Dr. Cheah Chin Wei
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm Talk – “Design Thinking and Innovation at Dyson”
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
1.40pm Q & A
By Mr. Sean Sabastian
Manager, Robotics Research, Dyson
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Coding World of Drones
Once the students have mastered manual piloting of the drone, the next step is to program the drone to fly autonomously using visual block programming (VBP).
Venue:
Multi-Purpose Hall
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Foong Shaohui
4.30pm End of Day 2
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
9.30am Workshop – Space-age Fabrication Technologies
Students are trained in computer-aided design (CAD) using Automaker Fusion360 software and Ultimaker Cura software to aid them in 3D printing.
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
12.00pm Lunch Break (1.5hr)
1.30pm SHARP Talk
SHARP is SUTD’s premium research programme for highly talented students with great passion and determination for outstanding research. Discover more about this special programme from this talk.
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Dario Poletti (SMT), SHARP Director
2.00pm Workshop – Makers Space
Campus tour of Fabrication Lab (Fab Lab), SUTD Library, and Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre (DManD).
Venue:
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
Dr. Lee Chee Huei
Dr. Chandrima Chatterjee
4.30pm End of Day 3
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
9.30am Workshop – Math and Analysis of Drones
Following the lessons on piloting a drone using VBP, the students learn how to design the route of the drones by re-casting the problem as a modelling problem, such as the Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP).
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Instructors:
Dr. Shubhakar Kalya
Dr. Wong Wei Pin
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Admissions & Pillar Showcase
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
2.00pm Workshop – Self Immersion
Preparation for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge competition. Students apply competencies learned on socio-historical contextual analysis, 3D printing, mathematical modelling, storyboarding, and drone programming and piloting.
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.30pm End of Day 4
Time Programme
9.00am Students’ Arrival
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
9.30am Workshop – Final Test Run
Student teams make final preparations for the Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge.
Venue:
Cohort Classroom 14
Cohort Classroom 16
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
Instructors:
All Faculty
12.00pm Lunch Break (1hr)
1.00pm SUTD Pillar Discovery & Campus Tour
Venue:
ASD Studio 2
2.00pm Competition – Storyboard Pitching and Design Challenge
Startup company projects (student teams) consolidate all competencies learnt during the previous 4.5 days into a coherent socio-historical-cultural storyboard 3-min pitch challenge and drone programming and piloting challenge.
Venue:
Multi-Purpose Hall
Dyson-SUTD Innovation Studios
4.00pm Transition
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
4.30pm Closing Ceremony
Game of Chance, prize presentation, closing comments and photo taking of winning teams.
Venue:
Albert Hong Lecture Theatre (LT1)
5.30pm End of Day 5
Select Another Track