Khee Poh Lam

Provost’s Chair Professor of Architecture and the Built Environment

Professor Lam is a licensed architect (UK), educator and researcher who specializes in computational design support systems for total building performance analysis and building diagnostics. He is a member of the Advisory Panel member of the Centre for Liveable Cities Ltd., Singapore, Advisory Board member of Delos, USA, Co-Chair of the International Well Building Institute (IWBI) WELL City Advisory, and a World Health Organization South East Asia Region Expert Panel Member on Urban Health and Healthy City Network.

He is a building performance consultant for several major award-winning projects and certified green buildings in Singapore, China and USA. He was awarded the 2013 Alexander Schwarzkopf Prize from the US National Science Foundation “for exemplary research contribution to technology innovation and positive impact on technology, industry and the society as a whole”. He also received the IBM Faculty Award in 2010. He was conferred the inaugural iBuildSG LEAD Distinguished Fellow by the Building and Construction Authority, Singapore in 2020.