Professor Lam Khin Yong guides NTU’s university-wide research and its implementation as Vice President (Research), a position he has held since 1 May 2014. He was previously NTU’s Acting Provost (March – December 2017), Chief of Staff (2011 – 2017), Acting CEO of NTU Innovation (2012 – 2013), Associate Provost for Graduate Education & Special Projects (2008 – 2011), and Dean/Chair of the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (2006 – 2008). He has been a driver of NTU’s collaborations with major industry and academic partners, including the setting up of corporate labs on campus with Rolls-Royce, ST Engineering, SMRT, Delta and Singtel. As Associate Provost, he played a strategic role in growing NTU’s graduate and research programmes and spearheaded joint research programmes with top universities globally, including the Technical University of Munich, the University of Cambridge and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has also contributed to NTU’s world-class positioning within the National Research Foundation’s Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) initiative since 2007. Before joining NTU, he was the Founding Director of the NUS Centre for Computational Mechanics and the NUS-MINDEF Underwater Shock Laboratory, Programme Director of the IHPC-MINDEF High Performance Computing Centre, Founding Executive Director of the Institute of High Performance Computing and Founding Executive Director of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Graduate Academy. In 2017, Professor Lam was awarded the French National Order of the Legion of Honour (Chevalier) for advancing research between Singapore and France. He has also received the Honorary Professorship Diploma award, the highest honour and recognition from Lomonosov Moscow State University, as well as an Honorary Chair Professorship awarded by Asia University, Taiwan, in recognition of his research achievements and the links that he had established with the industry. He was also the first academic to lead a research team to win the national Defence Technology Prize. He chairs various steering and governance committees, including the NTU-Delta Corporate Lab Steering Committee and the NTU-ST Engineering Corporate Lab Management Board, among others. He obtained his BSc with First Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London and his Master’s and PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.