Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
Provost Prasanna Ghali explains why video game development is so effective in teaching computer science and software engineering concepts from scratch.
Driven by a lack of resources on the subject, four DigiPen (Singapore) professors authored a numerical machine learning textbook for their students.
Dr. Wu Yilin shares about her love for mathematics and why the subject is relevant for all students.
Senior lecturer Fong Foo Hoong hopes to inspire a love for engineering among his students.
Senior lecturer Dominic Chang had an unlikely start as a civil engineer but pivoted into the animation industry and never looked back.
We’d like to extend our congratulations to our faculty members who have been recently promoted.
Vision is arguably the next frontier for the AI industry.
Michael Thompson opens up about his design journey and gives practical advice for aspiring designers.
Dr. Tang Liang combines his passion for electronics and teaching to inspire the next generation of engineers.
Senior lecturer Michael Thompson shares what budding UX designers should know to excel in this field.
Senior lecturer Sandara Tang shares what budding digital artists should look out for as they kick off their careers.
From homemade video games to teaching at DigiPen (Singapore), Swavek Wlodkowski looks back at his ongoing computer science journey.
DigiPen (Singapore)’s Rahul Nath brings his 13 years of industry experience to the classroom to inspire and empower the next generation of designers and developers.
Whether lecturing on composition or studying up on speculative fiction, Shanthina finds meaning and discovery in every subject she teaches.
Marc Tan talks about his journey from graphic design to the world of CG animation and teaching a new generation of aspiring artists at DigiPen (Singapore).
After working as entrepreneurs and game developers at some of the world’s biggest studios, these DigiPen alumni turned faculty are back on campus.
Dilip Chaubey has been with DigiPen (Singapore) since the very beginning in 2008, and his career at DigiPen (Singapore) has been an exciting and fulfilling one.
With his wealth of teaching experience, Calvin joined DigiPen (Singapore) in 2009 to teach foundational drawing, human and animal anatomy, and clay maquette modeling.
In June 2017, Dr. Xin Li migrated from the United States to Singapore to take on a new appointment as Dean of Faculty at DigiPen’s Singaporean campus.