Undergraduate students are awesome! What started as a mandatory requirement for the doctoral degree evolved into an amazing experience of discussing intellectual inquiries and research doubts with students. Subsequently, I guide and mentor them regarding research framing and finding educational resources. Through this mentorship, I’ve managed to learn more about supervising and management skill for a research project. Often, this mentoring service results in scientific papers, research posters, and help with my own research projects.

Name, Degree, Year, Project Title

Current Students

  • Chua Yun Xuan, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, Correlation between personalities and thermal comfort preferences in Green Buildings.
  • Teo Yi Ting, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, A Data-Driven approach for Buildings to achieve Green Building Certifications.
  • Till Stoeckmann, M.Sc. Computer Science, Data-Driven Detection of Discords in Energy Consumption Data with Matrix Profiling.

Former Students

  • Ng Qi Xuan Madeline, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2021, Recommendation Systems for the Built Environment: Predicting and managing thermal comfort & energy efficiency.
  • Lai Wen Xuan, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2020, The plausibility of a data-driven thermal comfort model with a Bayesian Network approach within a Net-Zero Energy Building.
  • Pimpatsohn Sae-Zhang, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2019, Study of transient thermal comfort behaviours.
  • Dinesh Kumar S/O Ravee, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2019, Occupant profiling based on thermal comfort preference.
  • Chan Shi Ying, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2018, Investigating the integration of wearable technology and ventilation operating systems for thermal comfort.