The Temasek Polytechnic InfoTech Day is an annual event organised by the School of Informatics & IT. It comprises seminars and the showcase of innovative projects by our final year students. This year, the theme is Digital Technologies: Transforming Work & Lives.

IIT is also showcasing projects from the various IT diploma courses. The projects featured are developed in collaboration with industry partners and various government agencies. In addition, industry partners will be present to share about their latest products and services. Prospective employers will also be looking to connect with graduating students seeking employment.

Join us for this exciting event. There is no participation fee. Register fast as seats are limited!

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Welcome by

  • Mr Ryan Lim
    Assistant Director
    School of Informatics & IT
    Temasek Polytechnic

Ethics in AI – Singapore’s Financial Sector

  • Dr David Hardoon
    Chief Data Officer
    Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

Beyond Digitalisation – User-controlled Data with OpenCerts

  • Mr Raymond Yeh
    OpenCerts, Software Engineer
2.50pm Tea Break and Exhibition Viewing

MAS PolyFintech100 Hackathon 2019

  • Mr Damien Pang
    Head of FinTech Infrastructure Office & FinTech Ecosystem Office
    Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)

Cyber Security: Software, Data, and Counter-Terrorism

  • Mr Alvin Khong
    Development Programme Manager, C3 Development
    Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA)
  • Mr Jason Lim
    Senior Engineer, Cybersecurity
    Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA)

How Builders Build at Amazon Web Services – Building a Culture of Innovation

  • Mr Simon Tan
    Regional Infrastructure Operations Manager
    Amazon Web Services
5.00pm End

Informatics & IT Courses

About Temasek Polytechnic School of Informatics & IT

We focus on giving our students a strong foundation in IT with a strong emphasis on building deep skills through applied learning opportunities that come from working on industry projects with real clients.
We also have a range of Learning Enterprises in the School which simulate the real work environment to provide an authentic learning experience.

Contact Us

For all enquires and request for collaboration, please contact:

You can email your enquires to

School of Informatics & IT

(65) 6780 5158
(65) 6789 6872

Preview TP InfoTech Day 2018 here.


  • Alight @ Tampines MRT Station, and transfer to Bus 8, 23, 69 at the Tampines Bus Interchange or 129 at Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange.
  • Alight @ Bedok MRT Station, and transfer to Bus 69 at the Bedok Bus Interchange.
  • Alight @ Tampines West MRT Station and walk over to campus.

By Bus

There are the buses serving TP:

  • BUS 8 from Tampines Bus Interchange/Toa Payoh Bus Interchange
  • BUS 15 from Paris Ris Bus Interchange/Marine Parade Road
  • BUS 23 from Tampines Bus Interchange/Rochor MRT Station
  • BUS 69 from Tampines Bus Interchange/Bedok Bus Interchange
  • BUS 118 from Punggol Bus Interchange/Changi Business Park Bus Terminal
  • BUS 129 from Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange/St Michael's Bus Terminal
  • BUS 518 from Pasir Ris Bus Interchange/Bayfront Ave


Parking Charges
Motor Vehicles $0.02/min
Motorcycles 0700hrs to 2230hrs: $0.65 per parking session
2230hrs to 0700hrs: $0.65 per parking session
(For any parking session, per minute charging based on $0.20 per hour will apply subject to a maximum parking charge of $0.65)

There is a 15 minutes Grace Period for all vehicles. Parking facilities are available during the polytechnic’s operational hours:

Campus opening hours
Mondays to Fridays: 0630 - 2230hrs
Saturdays: 0630 - 1800hrs

Beyond these hours, the campus is closed to members of the public, including Sundays and Public Holidays. Students’ and alumni’s vehicles may be allowed to enter the campus if they have valid reasons or prior approvals to do so, however parking charges will still apply.

Car park lots marked RED are designated for staff members only, while lots marked WHITE are for all motorists including staff, students, visitors and members of the public, etc. The limited numbers of YELLOW lots are strictly reserved for official guests only.

Students, visitors and members of the public are not allowed to park their vehicles in RED lots. Action will be taken against errant motorists, including wheel clamping.

Note: Overnight parking is not allowed.