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Prof. Roger Zimmermann and his students receive Best Paper Award

21 November 2016 Department of Computer Science Faculty Student

 

21 November 2016 - Associate Professor Roger Zimmermann from the Department of Computer Science and two of his students, Yin Yifang and Rajiv Ratn Shah, have won the Best Paper Award for their paper titled "A General Feature-Based Map Matching Framework with Trajectory Simplification".

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Computer Science PhD student is awarded the 2016 Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship

18 November 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

17 November 2016 - Computer Science PhD student Luu The Loi has been awarded the 2016 Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) Fellowship. The Fellowship will provide him with a 3-month visiting research opportunity to conduct research at a top international research institute, under the guidance of an experienced researcher.

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TeamTam places second and fourth at the ACM ICPC regionals

14 November 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

14 November 2016 - TeamTam, a team of three NUS Computing students, came in second at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) Asia Jakarta Regional Contest and fourth at the Asia Bangkok Regional Contest.

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NUS Computing students win the DatadrivenSG Hackathon

26 October 2016 Department of Computer Science Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

26 October 2016 – A team of five NUS Computing students won the DatadrivenSG Hackathon held from 21 to 23 October.

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‘List of Programmers’ wins the CS1101S Sumobot Contest

20 October 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

20 October 2016 - Computing Science and Computing Engineering students who are enrolled in this semester’s CS1101S Programming Methodology participated in the CS1101S Sumobot Contest last Wednesday evening.

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NUS Greyhats wins 7th Singapore Cyber Conquest

14 October 2016 Department of Computer Science Student Cybersecurity Information Security

 

14 October 2016 – NUS Greyhats, a special interest group at NUS Computing that aims to spark students' interest in information security and advance the level of security proficiency, won the 7th Singapore Cyber Conquest and also secured three other top ten positions at the competition.

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Computer Science student wins National Infocomm Scholarship

14 October 2016 Department of Computer Science Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

14 October 2016 - First-year Computer Science student Quek Kai Yu was presented with the National Infocomm Scholarship at the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) Awards Ceremony held yesterday at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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NUS Computing students win 7th Singapore Cyber Conquest Championship

11 October 2016 Department of Computer Science Student News Media

 

NUS Computing students Yeo Quan Yang and Jeremy Heng Wen Ming won the 7th Singapore Cyber Conquest Championship. The competition allowed participants to build, practise, and measure their skills in real-world defensive, analytic, and offensive practices and covered the following skill areas: Vulnerability Assessment, Packet Analysis, Penetration Testing, System Hardening, Malware Analysis, Digital Forensics and Incident Response.

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Information Systems student wins Hack The North competition

11 October 2016 Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

11 October 2016 – Final-year Information Systems student Piyush Varanjani was one of the 12 winners of the Hack The North competition, Canada’s biggest hackathon that took place from 16th to 18th September at the University of Waterloo.

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NUS students win US$10K at API World Hackathon

30 September 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

30 September 2016 – Five NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) Silicon Valley students have won US$10,000 worth of American Express Gift Cards, sponsored by SAP Hybris, for demonstrating the best use of Graph APIs at the API World 2016 Hackathon.

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Business Analytics students win at TUNAC

23 September 2016 Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

23 September 2016 - Last week, third year Business Analytics students M. Thirukkumaran, Andre Tan, Eddy Pang participated in finals of the 2016 Teradata University Network Analytics Challenge (TUNAC 2016) and won the Best Analytics and Visualisation Award.

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NUS students' app makes doing laundry less of a chore

14 September 2016 Department of Computer Science Student News Media

 

Using messaging app Telegram and their coding skills, three NUS undergraduates, including NUS Computing student David Ten, have created a chatbot, College Laundry, that tells students when a washing or dryer machine is available and when their laundry is ready to be collected from the machines.

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MSBA students win ANZ-NUS Financial Services Innovation Challenge

13 September 2016 Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

13 September 2016 – New Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) students, Lyu Peijin, Xu Yuwen, Wang Yi, Wang Ji, Sylvia Liaw, Anna Ang and Chen Xiang (Team Finnovation), have won the ANZ-NUS Financial Services Innovation Challenge.

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NUS Computing students win the ANZ-NUS Financial Services Innovation Challenge

13 September 2016 Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student News Media

 

Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) students won the ANZ-NUS Financial Services Innovation Challenge, an event which accelerates digital innovation and collaboration in the fintech ecosystem by exploring how emerging technologies – such as blockchain, cognitive analytics and APIs – can bring innovation to trade and supply chain solutions in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region.

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NUS Computing team wins Facebook Singapore Hackathon 2016

08 September 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

08 September 2016 – A team of four NUS Computing students won first prize at the Facebook Singapore Hackathon that was held over the weekend at Facebook’s Singapore office.

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Singapore students perform well at International Olympiad in Informatics

01 September 2016 Department of Computer Science Student

 

01 September 2016 – Singapore students won one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal at the 2016 International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) that was held in Kazan, Russia in mid-August.

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NUS Greyhats win invitation-only SWaT Security Showdown

10 August 2016 Department of Computer Science Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student

 

10 August 2016 – Members of NUS Greyhats secured first place at the SWaT Security Showdown (S3), an invitation-only contest that was held late last month with participants from local and international universities and organisations.

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'Slow' student graduates with computing degree

08 July 2016 Department of Information Systems & Analytics Student News Media

 

Ervin Kwan, who did not fare well academic in his primary school education and took a longer academic path than most of his peers, graduated with a Bachelor of Computing in Information Systems with Honours (Merit).

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NUS president urges computing graduates to embrace lifelong learning for future success

07 July 2016 Department of Computer Science Student News Media

 

Addressing computing graduates at the main ceremony of the NUS Commencement 2016, President Tan Chorh Chuan said that the field of computing is perhaps the most rapidly changing of fields, where knowledge and skills can become obsolete very quickly. Hence, lifelong learning and re-skilling is a must-have and not just a good-to-have for your future success.

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Gender imbalance: Are females missing out on Singapore's tech revolution?

17 June 2016 Department of Computer Science Student News Media

 

Only 32 per cent of current undergraduates in its School of Computing are female. But students note that while the numbers are imbalanced, the culture within these departments does not discriminate against females and as long as one is willing to learn and put in effort, one will not be left behind.

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