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 have increased my research project management skills. Often, this mentoring service results in scientific papers, research posters, and/or help with my own research projects.

Name, Degree, Year, Project Title

Current Students

  • Chen Shu Hua, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2022, Work space recommendation for educational buildings based on thermal comfort and personality.

Former Students

  • Chua Yun Xuan, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2021, Correlation between personalities and thermal comfort preferences in Green Buildings.
  • Teo Yi Ting, B.Sc. Project and Facilities Management, 2021, A Data-Driven approach for Buildings to achieve Green Building Certifications.
  • Till Stoeckmann, M.Sc. Computer Science, 2021, Data-Driven Detection of Discords in Energy Consumption Data with Matrix Profiling.
  • 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.