(Singapore University of Technology and Design) Scientists created exotic states of matter using electrical circuit enhanced by machine-learning algorithm
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) Which is more important in the initial phase of a pandemic: taking precautionary actions or responding to its severity? That is the question that researchers from SUTD set out to address in an article published in BioEssays.
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) The Singapore University of Technology and Design, together with Singapore's Tan Tock Seng Hospital, developed a novel 3D printed non-metallic self-locking prosthetic arm for a patient with a forequarter amputation - it is more comfortable, flexible and 20% cheaper than a conventional prosthesis.
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) The health and well-being of the population will be affected if the community is kept open, but the lockdown strategy taken on due to COVID-19 also incurs economic and financial impacts. Each strategy on its own will increase the total 'cost' to society. Can both losing strategies be combined in a manner that leads to a winning outcome?
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) SUTD researchers' new approach finds that preheating gelatin extended its 3D printing time compared to freshly prepared gelatin and enhanced the printability of the ink, which is essential for extrusion-based bioprinting and food printing.
Using simple chemistry, the organic polymer chitin can be transformed into a viable substance for creating tools and habitats on the Red Planet.
The manufacturing process would require minimal energy and no specialized equipment.
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) The Greyhound framework, named after the breed of dogs known for their hunting abilities, was designed and implemented by an SUTD-led research team to systematically sniff out security lapses in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled devices.
Building material is a combination of Martian soil and chitin, a primary component in seashells, insect exoskeletons, and fungi walls.
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) Additive free, multimaterial 3D printing is achieved for milk-based products without temperature control
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) Memristor memory technology is one of the most promising candidates for next generation edge computing. SUTD led in the development of an intelligent model simulator that predicts complex phenomena of memristor memory to enable the production of a cheaper faster memory.
(Singapore University of Technology and Design) The versatility of 3D printing has enabled on demand solutions for needs ranging from personal protection equipment to medical devices and isolation wards, proving the technology's vital use in addressing worldwide disruptions in supply chains.
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Metal Matrix Nanocomposites (MMNCs) are increasingly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace and military due to their excellent combination of high strength, thermal stability, ductility and isotropy.However, despite MMNCs' superior properties and growing interest, the complex processing and inadequate economic efficiency have limited the applications of MMNCs.High energy consumption is still essential to disperse the reinforcement to achieve microstructural homogeneity and advanced mechanical properties in these materials.Using high power laser, SLM allows for quick production of three-dimensional (3D) parts with complicated shapes directly from powder materials without the time-consuming mold design process.This reduces production cost and lead time while delivering customized MMNCs parts for automotive, aerospace, electronics and biomedical industries.However, due to the lack of comprehensive understanding of the defects unique to SLM as well as the fabrication and performance of nanocomposites with SLM, researchers from Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and their research collaborators set out to gain a thorough understanding of the scientific and technological knowledge.
Attackers within radio range can then use commodity hardware to quickly crack the key.With that, the key will be downgraded to a size that's trivial to crack using brute-force techniques, which attempt to guess every possible combination until the correct one is found.As if that wasn't bad enough, this key-length negotiation—which occurs over something known as the Link Manager Protocol—isn't encrypted or authenticated.The researchers—Daniele Antonioli of Singapore University of Technology and Design, Nils Ole Tippenhauer of CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, and Kasper B. Rasmussen with the University of Oxford—have devised two attack variations to exploit these weaknesses.The attacker intercepts Alice's proposed key entropy and substitutes 16 with 1.This simple substitution works because LMP is neither encrypted nor integrity protected.
Researchers have discovered a vulnerability in Bluetooth’s authentication protocols which, if properly executed, could allow an attacker to conduct a man-in-the-middle attack between two paired devices.Researchers from Oxford University, the Singapore University of Technology and Design, and CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security discovered the attack, which has since been dubbed KNOB, which is short for “Key Negotiation of Bluetooth.”The thrust of the KNOB attack sees an adversary trick the devices participating in a Bluetooth handshake to use a degraded encryption key with just one byte of entropy.So the TL;DR of https://t.co/hyhdXzVuWQ us that the Bluetooth spec allows one wide of the pairing key exchange to suggest a key length in bytes, and doesn’t authenticate it.— Matthew Green (@matthew_d_green) August 15, 2019Once that’s done, the attacker has free reign, allowing them to inject their own files into the transfer, or even spy on data being transferred within devices.
The quantum Hall effect (QHE), which was previously known for two-dimensional (2D) systems, was predicted to be possible for three-dimensional (3D) systems by Bertrand Halperin in 1987, but the theory was not proven until recently by researchers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and their research collaborators from around the globe.The Hall effect, a fundamental technique for material characterization, is formed when a magnetic field deflects the flow of electrons sideways and leads to a voltage drop across the transverse direction.In 1980, a surprising observation was made when measuring the Hall effect for a two-dimensional (2D) electron gas trapped in a semiconductor structure - the measured Hall resistivity showed a series of completely flat plateau, quantized to values with a remarkable accuracy of one part in 10 billion.Many new emerging topics, such as topological materials, can also be traced back to it.Soon after its discovery, researchers pursued the possibility of generalizing QHE from 2D systems to three dimensions (3D).Bertrand Halperin predicted that such a generalized effect, called the 3D QHE, is indeed possible in a seminal paper published in 1987.
Launched at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) on 24 July 2019, CMOS Millimeter-Wave Integrated Circuits for Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems is World Scientific's latest publication for 5G technology, co-authored by Prof Kiat-Seng Yeo (Associate Provost for Research and International Relations, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore), Prof Chirn Chye Boon (Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), Dr Xiang Yi (Postdoctoral Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA), and Prof Fanyi Meng (Associate Professor, Tianjin University, China).The concern of power consumption has always been part of the design process but was less visible for millimeter-wave (MMW) integrated circuits and systems.Therefore, the MMW band has drawn increasing interest over recent years for enabling ultra-high-speed wireless transmission.It will transform the way we live, play, work and travel while delivering more performance, efficiency and comfort as well as provide a huge leap forward in speed, capacity and connectivity.Innovative concepts and techniques of new integrated circuit design for developing high performance and low power circuits and systems for present and future wireless communication applications are detailed.The information presented shall be extremely beneficial and valuable to personnel who is already working or about to embark in this interdisciplinary area of wireless communication and semiconductor industry.
Microfluidics is the manipulation and study of sub-microscopic liters of fluids.Technologies that utilise microfluidics are found in many multidisciplinary fields ranging from engineering to biology.Experiments can be performed on a device roughly of the size of a dollar coin, reducing the amount of reagents used, wastes produced, and the overall costs.Experiments can be conducted precisely at microscale levels, offering reduced reaction times and improved control over the reaction conditions.Current gold standard for the fabrication of microfluidic devices is soft lithography, where elastomeric materials are casted on a mold fabricated in a cleanroom.3D printing emerged as an attractive alternative to soft lithography.
Multiple methods have been developed to fabricate well-defined porous materials with the pore sizes ranging from nanometers to millimeters.For example, the introduction of sacrificial templates can impart porosity to the materials encapsulating them after the removal of embedded materials.Alternatively, procedures involving phase separation, direct templating and chemical reaction have demonstrated fabrication of hierarchical porous structures.These methods inherently require multiple steps, and are limited in the attainable complexity of the fabricated structures.Recent advances in digital fabrication, represented by 3D printing, has enabled fabrication of porous 3D structures consisting of polymeric materials with porosity, yet limited by materials applicable to the process.For example, solvent-casting 3D printing (SC3DP)--direct 3D printing of polymer inks with in situ evaporation of solvents--has allowed fabrication of 3D porous structures with stringent requirement of rheological properties of the printing ink (e.g.