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NUS Computing: An Origin Story

In 2018, NUS Computing celebrated its 20th anniversary since the school's establishment. However, our roots can be traced all the way back to 1975. Follow our school mascot, SOCcat, as she travels through NUS Computing's history in computer game fashion.

The Price of Diversity: HDB Flats

In Singapore, the Housing Development Board imposes an ethnic quota on public housing flats to ensure that there is an equal number of families from the country's four major ethnic groups. Does this ethnic quota affect home buyers from getting their dream home, and if so, how much of an impact does it create? NUS Computing researcher Assistant Professor Yair Zick shares his research insights on this topic.

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06 December 2019

 

Hospital visits can be complicated things. Sometimes it starts out as a visit to the outpatient clinic, where a doctor draws blood or orders some scans to investigate your niggling concern. He phones you the following week with the results — they don’t look good — and schedules a minor operation. You get admitted, have the procedure, and get discharged with tablets and therapy to follow up.

Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , Research , Feature , Intelligent Systems , Digital Transformation, Platforms & Innovation

12 November 2019

 

This is a scenario that’s probably familiar to many of us: You touch down at your long-awaited holiday destination, collect your luggage, and step outside the airport, raring to go. Now you need to find your way to the Airbnb, so you whip out your phone and plug the address into Google Maps. Or Apple Maps, or Waze, or MapQuest, or Maps.Me, or HERE WeGo.

Department of Information Systems & Analytics , Faculty , Research , Feature , Digital Innovation in the Service Economy

02 October 2019

 

If you’ve ever had an MRI done, you would know that it’s not the most comfortable experience. They can make you feel claustrophobic, you’ll often hear loud thumping or tapping noises, and you might have to hold your breath a couple of times. But for most people, the hardest thing about getting an MRI, or magnetic resonance imagining, scan is being forced to stay completely still — sometimes for up to 90 minutes at a time.

Department of Computer Science , Faculty , Feature , Artificial Intelligence , Algorithms & Theory

 Tue 10 Dec 2019
 02:00PM - 03:30PM Mobile-Based Interventions For Healthy Dietary Choices
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Wed 11 Dec 2019
 04:00PM - 05:30PM Efficient OLAP for big data
MR3, COM2-02-26
 Thu 12 Dec 2019
 10:00AM - 11:30AM Synergistic Computing on Heterogeneous Multiprocessors
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Tue 17 Dec 2019
 10:00AM - 11:30AM Ground-to-Satellite Image-Based Geo-Localization
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Fri 20 Dec 2019
 10:00AM - 11:00AM 3D Hand Pose Estimation
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Mon 23 Dec 2019
 10:00AM - 11:30AM SDN-Assisted Performance-Oriented Bandwidth Allocation Mechanisms
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Tue 24 Dec 2019
 02:00PM - 03:30PM Correcting Misclassification Bias in Regression Models with Variables Generated via Data Mining
Executive Classroom, COM2-04-02
 Mon 06 Jan 2020
 10:00AM - 05:00PM COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH WEEK JANUARY 2020
SR1, COM1-02-06
 Tue 07 Jan 2020
 10:00AM - 05:00PM COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH WEEK JANUARY 2020
SR1, COM1-02-06
 Wed 08 Jan 2020
 10:00AM - 05:00PM COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH WEEK JANUARY 2020
SR1, COM1-02-06