Koh Wee Shing

Institute of High Performance Computing



Folianto, Koh, Poh and Tan were part of the team that was conferred the President’s Technology Award 2019 for developing the Integrated Environmental Modeler, an advanced modeling tool that is capable of integrating the effects of environmental factors such as wind, solar, and noise in urban settings. (Photo: Koh Wee Shing)

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