307, 2018

Red Dot Design Award – Design Concept (Materials)

Congratulation to Sayjel Patel and Nathan Kiatkulpiboone as a winners of the 2018 Red Dot Design Award for the project “Voxel Harvest”. The project has been selected from over 5000 entries from 55 countries. It will be displayed at displayed at Red Dot Design Museum Singapore soon, stay tune. Identifying good design since 1950, the Red Dot Award for design concept has […]
805, 2018

DManD Research developed a 3DPRT material system using a two-step polymerization strategy

Assistant Professor Ge Qi and his research group from DManD has developed a 3DPRT material system using a two-step polymerization strategy. The reprocessable thermosets impart reshapeability, repairability, and recyclability into 3D printed structures, and can contribute to alleviate environmental challenges associated with the continuous increase in consumption of 3D printing materials. The research outcome has been published in Nature Communications, 2018, […]
1304, 2018

Professor Yang Hui Ying received Nanotechnology Physics Medal

Congratulation to Associate Professor Yang Hui Ying of Engineering Product Development Pillar was recently awarded the prestigious Nanotechnology Medal 2018 by Institute of Physics Singapore (IPS). The IPS Awards and Medals are given to local physicists who have made significant contributions in the field of physics. The first award was given in 2005. Prof Yang is an innovator and pioneer of advanced […]
404, 2018

Instability Desk designed by Yogiaman Tracy Design has won 2018 Singapore Good Design Mark

Congratulation to Assistant Prof Kenneth Tracy and Assistant Prof Christine Yogiaman with the team including Eugene Kosgoron, Pang Xin Hua, Pamela Dychengbeng Chua have won the SG Mark award (Life category) with their Instability Desk design. Click here: The aluminium structure of this desk is faceted into a set of triangulated planes, forming a hull between its legs and […]
1306, 2017

DManD research creates new epoxy ink and 3D printing method to allow printing of thermoset parts that can then be recycled and reprinted.

Professor Martin Dunn of DManD successfully collaborated with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, Xian Jiaotong University and the University of Colorado to develop a new epoxy ink and 3D printing method to allow printing of thermoset parts that can then be recycled. The link to the academic paper outlining this research can be found here. The article was originally published by Materials Horizons.
1306, 2017

DManD Research wins the ASME Journal of Mechanical Design 2015 Editors’ Choice Award!

Congratulations to Dr Zhen Ding and Professor Martin Dunn of DManD. They have successfully collaborated with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Colorado Boulder to develop level set topology optimisation methods for printed active composites. This paper won the Journal of #Mechanical #Design 2015 Editors’ Choice Award. Congrats to the authors. Read it here: https://t.co/44bRtxviUn pic.twitter.com/xutviDN24X — ASME Journals (@ASMEJournals) […]
905, 2017

Best Paper Award at the 2017 Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA)

Congratulation to Assistant Prof Stylianos Dritsas and his team! DManD Research won the Best Paper Award at the Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA). The team consists of Assistant Prof Stylianos Dritsas, Xia Tian, Koh Jing Lin, Chen Yutong and Goh Yi Qian. This project has presents a unique way of digital fabrication fusing form-finding and robotics. This installation consists of 280 […]
1704, 2017

Direct 4D printing via active composite materials

Dr. Zhen Ding and Professor Martin Dunn of DManD successfully collaborated with researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology, Xian Jiaotong University and Zhejiang University to develop an approach to print composite polymers in high resolution three-dimensional (3D) architectures that can be rapidly transformed to a new permanent configuration directly by heating. The link to the academic paper outlining this research can be found […]
1204, 2017

AAAS and EurekAlert: 4-D printing gets simpler and faster

A research team led by the Associate Provost of Research, Professor Martin Dunn, at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), introduced a new approach that simplifies and increases the potential of 4D printing. 4D printing is an emerging technology that allows a 3D-printed component to transform its structure by exposing it to heat, light, humidity, or other environmental stimuli. This […]