Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
Together with his team, Toh Yu Xing develops and implements hardware and software solutions at Seagate.
Explore the world of graphics programming in gaming, from creating stunning visuals to optimizing performance. Discover the unsung heroes behind the magic.
As a systems analyst at national HealthTech agency Synapxe, Abdul Aziz works with his team to improve the health of millions of people.
Provost Prasanna Ghali explains why video game development is so effective in teaching computer science and software engineering concepts from scratch.
As a backend software engineer for the popular foodpanda app, Low Yixian works with her team to develop new features, optimize existing code, and more.
Driven by a lack of resources on the subject, four DigiPen (Singapore) professors authored a numerical machine learning textbook for their students.
Among the highlights, graduates from the BS in Computer Science in Real-Time Interactive Simulation group commanded a mean gross monthly salary of $5,679.
We catch up with graduate Keechin Goh, who recently made the Forbes 30 under 30 list as the co-founder of machine learning startup Datature.
Students now have the chance to experience European and Basque culture while studying abroad.
Farhan Jaffar is passionate about using his creative talents to tell stories that will inspire.
Kris Kirkpatrick, lead technical art director at Ubisoft Singapore, sheds light on the important role that technical artists play in game development.
Andrew Teo talks about his upcoming indie game, Ghostlore, and how he’s using it to highlight Southeast Asian horror.
DigiPen has been ranked a top five game design school for the 14th year in a row.
Dr. Wu Yilin shares about her love for mathematics and why the subject is relevant for all students.
Alumnus Khoo Yong Kang shares how his love for learning has helped him make exciting career pivots and expand his horizons.
Senior lecturer Fong Foo Hoong hopes to inspire a love for engineering among his students.
As someone with autism, Elliot Chia was worried about coping with the demands of university. Here is how he pushed through.
Alumna Nur Aini is a learning designer who hopes to develop games that will both educate and entertain.
As a software developer at NetVirta, alumna Gabrielle Tan uses her programming skills for good.
How Chan Ka June persevered to get into university and eventually graduated among the top scorers in his cohort.