Wai Ping Low

Associate Professor Low Wai Ping

Head, Events Management Programme, Human Factors in Safety & Workplace Safety and Health Programmes

School of Science and Technology

Tel: +65 6248 9641

Email: d3Bsb3dAc3Vzcy5lZHUuc2c=

Educational Qualifications

PhD, National University of Singapore

BSc (2nd Class Honors, Upper Division), National University of Singapore

Academic and Professional Experience

2023 - Present
Head of Programme (Events Management Programme)

2022 - Present
Head of Programme (Human Factors in Safety & Workplace Safety and Health Programme)

2015 - Present

Head of SST Core

2012 - 2014
Head of Programme (Multimedia Technology and Design)

2010 - 2012
Head of Programme (MSc Environmental Science)

2005 - 2009
Head of Programme (Biomedical Engineering)

1995 - 2003
Lecturer, Temasek Polytechnic

1991 - 1995
Senior Primary Production Officer, Primary Production Department

Lim, K.C., Chapman, E., and Low, W.P. (2019)
E-learning: Working-adult Students' Attitudes and Performances. ASCILITE 2019, 2-5 Dec, Singapore.

Lim, K.C. and Low, W.P. (2010)
The Design and Development of different learning paths for a Human Physiology e-course. ICT2010 Conference, 30 Jun – 2 Jul, Singapore.

Low, Stephen W.K., Low, W.P. and Chuah, Peter C.K. (2006)
A novel method to teach Science and Engineering through a virtual laboratory environment under flexible learning. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, July 10-11, Hong Kong.

Low, W. P., Low, S. and Yeung, S. K. (2005)
Curriculum Development in a Flexible Learning Environment: The Challenges of Preparing Adult Learners for High Level Design and Research & Development Activities. SIM University Annual Lecturers' Symposium, Singapore.

Chan, K. K., Goh H. K., Low, W. P. and Koh-Kwok, W. Y. (1998)
An analysis of students' self-questioning techniques to determine potential for self-directed learning. Educational Research Association Conference, Singapore.

Low, W. P., Ong, W. T. and Ip, Y. K. (1996)
Different physiological functions of D- and L-alanine in three body parts of the intertidal sipunculid Phascolosoma arcuatum. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 165: 558-564.

Lim, C. B., Low, W. P., Chew, S. F. and Ip, Y. K. (1996)
Survival of the intertidal pulmonate, Onchidium tumidium, during short term (<12 h)="" and="" long="" term="" (="">24 h) anoxic stress. Marine Biology, 125: 707-713.

Low, W. P., Peng, K. W., Phuan, S. K., Lee, C. Y. and Ip, Y. K. (1993)
A comparative study on the responses of the gills of the gills of two mudskippers to hypoxia and anoxia. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 163: 487-494.

Consultant team member to evaluate the effectiveness of E-Learning

  • Curriculum Development in Science and Technology for Flexible Learning
  • Instructional Strategies for Adult Learners
  • Metabolic Adaptations to Environmental Stress
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