|Dr WONG Yiik Diew is a faculty member at NTU since 1991. He conducts courses in transportation, highway and traffic engineering, road safety engineering, civil engineering materials, statistics and mathematics. Dr Wong is Director of Centre for Infrastructure Systems, and Faculty-in-Charge of Transport & Geospatial Laboratory. He was previously Director of Bachelor of Science (Maritime Studies) Programme, and Deputy Director of Master of Science (Logistics) Programme.
[updated on Sep 2013]
- A Planning Model for Bunker Risk Management Using Hedging Surcharges and Network Planning
- Aging Population and Road Safety - A Driver's Perspective
- Centre for Infrastructure Systems Research Grant
- Driver Behavioural Adaptation to Underground Road Conditions
- Electromobility in Megacities: Transportation
- Environmental Logistics: The Case of Oil Rig Supply Chain
- Mobility of visually-handicapped pedestrians – crossing behaviour and assistive design/technologies at signalised pedestrian crossings
- Research Study Into Cycling In Singapore
- Research on User Behaviour & Response
- Setting up the Nanyang Road Safety Research Institute (NaSRI)
- Study of Motorists' Travel Pattern and Choices.
- Study of Transport Energy Efficiency, Methodology, Practice and Policy Effect
- Koh, P. P., Wong, Y. D. & Menon, A. P. G. (2012). Acceptability of audible pedestrian signal noise. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 17(2), 179-183.
- Kusumawati, A. and Wong, Y.D. (2010). The application of Empirical Bayes approach for identifying and ranking hazardous junctions – case study of Singapore’s signalized junctions. Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 8, 2034-2049.
- Leong, E.C., Wong, Y.D., Williams, E.C. (2009). Conceptual framework for comparing university baccalaureate programmes in shipping management. WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 8(1), 45-58.
- Wong, Y.D., Sun, DDL,Lai, D. (2007). Value-added utilisation of waste concrete powder in asphalt concrete. Waste Management, 27(2), 294-301.
- Wong, Y.D., Ho, J.S., Foo, H.Y.T. (2004). Left-Turn-On-Red traffic scheme in Singapore. ITE Journal, 74(11), 24-29.