The collaboration includes individual researchers at NTU as well the ERI@N institute. The Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) envisions itself to be a leading research institute for innovative energy solutions. Its focus is on the areas of sustainable energy, energy efficiency/ infrastructure and socio-economic aspects of energy research.
University and Center Partners
The National University of Singapore (NUS) envisions itself to be a globally-oriented university, in the distinguished league of the world’s leading universities. It is a key node in global knowledge networks, and has distinctive expertise and insights relating to Asia. Furthermore, NUS, along with NTU hosts the Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE).
The Singapore Institute of Technology is an autonomous university in Singapore. Established in 2009, SIT is Singapore's first university of applied learning.
SUTD was established to advance knowledge and nurture technically grounded leaders and innovators to serve societal needs, through a focus on design and multi-disciplinary curriculum and research.
Researchers from Berkeley actively involved in all Thrusts of SinBerBest. Other partners including CREST, CBE and i4 energy are hosted or associated with UC Berkeley.
Collaboration on the establishment of precision thermal comfort chambers in Singapore, and experimentation with individually cooled chairs.
The "anchor" of the BEARS programs on the UC Berkeley Campus.
Our collaboration with the Sustainable Infrastructures Initiative involves information technology research in energy, water, and transportation as parts of the cyber-infrastructure of a sustainable society.
Carbon Footprint Baseline Establishment for NTU Campus, joint road mapping of building energy technologies, social game study and energy benchmarking.
Collaboration on novel ACMV schemes for tropical environments, specifically on modeling and diagnostics.