Luke Peh

Associate Professor Luke Peh Lu Chang

Vice Dean

School of Science and Technology

Tel: +65 6248 9648

Email: bHVrZXBlaGxjQHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn

Educational Qualifications

  • 2011

    PhD (Building), National University of Singapore

  • 2005

    B.Sc. (Building) (Hons), National University of Singapore

Academic and Professional Experience

  • 2015 - Present

    Vice Dean, School of Science and Technology

  • 2016 - 2019

    Chair/Co-Chair, Internal Audit Committee

  • 2010 - 2018

    Head of Programme (Facilities & Events Management)

  • 2012 - 2013

    Head of Programme (Building & Project Management)

  • 2007 - 2010

    Research Assistant and PhD Candidate, NUS

  • 2006 - 2007

    Operations Manager, Union Concept Manufacturers

  • 2005 - 2006

    Project and Sales Engineer, Dorma Far East

Li, J.Z. Low, W.P. Thiagarajan, L.B. and Peh, L.C. (2019).
Data Analytics for Student Profiling and Academic Counselling. Ascilite 2019 Personalized Learning. Diverse Goals. One Heart Conference.

Peh, L.C. Toor, S. and Leong, J. (2019).
The Role of Scientific Terminology and Metaphors in Management Education. European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research, Vol 6, pp. 33-43. Conference Paper presented at the 18th International Conference of Social Sciences, 17-18 May 2019, Lisbon, Portugal.

Liu, Z.W. Lu, Y.J. and Peh, L.C. (2019).
A Review and Scientometric Analysis of Global Building Information Modelling (BIM) Research in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry. MDPI-Buildings.

Liu, Z.W. Chen, K.Y. Peh, L. and Tan, K.W. (2017).
A feasibility study of Building Information Green Mark New Non-Residential Building (NRB): 2015 analysis. Energy Procedia, Vol.143, pp. 80-87. Conference paper presented at the World Engineers Summit – Applied Energy Symposium & Forum: Low Carbon Cities & Urban Energy Joint Conference, 19-21 July 2017, Singapore.

Goh, J. and Peh, L. (2017).
The Challenge of Building & Sustaining a Green School in Singapore – UNCSEA’s Corporate Sustainability Journey. Case and Teaching Notes. Case Centre.

Peh, L.C. Low, S.P. and Adi, I. (2015).
Regionalization Strategies of Singapore’s Architectural, Engineering and Quantity Surveying Consultancy Firms: An Overview. International Surveying Research Journal (ISRJ), pp. 27-42.

Peh, L.C. and Low, S.P. (2013).
Organization Design for International Construction Business. Springer.

Peh, L.C. and Low, S.P. (2012).
Case-based Reasoning Decision Support System for Architectural and Engineering Firms. Creative Construction Conference, 30th June – 3rd July 2012, Budapest, Hungary.

Low, S. P. and Peh, L.C. (2011)
Using Case-based Reasoning Decision Support System (CBRDSS) for Organization Design by International Construction Firms, Chapter in Book, Rashid, K. A. et al. (Eds.) International Readings in Construction Business and Marketing, IIUM Press, pp. 307-360.

Low. S.P. and Peh, L.C. (2010).
The Importance of Physical Presence in Overseas Markets: Sharing of Experiences from Singapore’s Domiciled Construction-related Companies in Regional Markets. Journal for The Singapore Engineer, February 2010, pp. 28 – 31.

  • Member, International Facility Management Association
  • Member, Fire Safety Managers' Association
  • Member of the Built Environment SkillsFuture Tripartite Taskforce (BEST) and Workgroup (FM)
  • Consultancy team member for evaluating the effectiveness of e-learning in Home Team Academy (HTA)
  • Academic Audit Committee for SIM-Warwick’s Masters of Science/ Graduate Diploma in Engineering Business Management and Logistics & Supply Chain Management programmes
  • Academic Audit Panel for Home Team School of Criminal Investigation (HTSCI)’s courses
  • Academic Audit Panel for Intellectual Property Academy's courses
  • Board of Examiner for BCA Academy’s Specialist Diploma in Facilities and Energy Management programme
  • Reviewer for Singapore Polytechnic’s Hotel and Leisure Facilities Management Diploma programme
  • Construction Economics and Management
  • Integrated Digital Delivery
  • High-Performance Well, Green, Universal Design and Smart Buildings
  • Case Studies
  • EdTech, Action Learning and Adaptive Learning
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