Martin HENZAssociate Professor
Non-Executive Director, Workforce Optimizer Pte Ltd
- M.Sc. (Computer Science, Stony Brook University, 1993)
- Dr.rer.nat. (Computer Science, Saarland University, 1997)
Programming Languages & Software Engineering
- Functional Programming
- Programming & Software Engineering Education
- Transportation & Logistics Algorithms
- Decision Making & Planning
- Scalable Experiential Learning
- Systems For Teaching and Learning
- A.I. in Education
- Programming Languages
Source Academy is an immersive online experiential environment for introductory courses in computer science, used at NUS and University of San Francisco. The system serves as a research platform for investigating the pedagogy of computational thinking and programming.
The NUS Seafarers have conducted fifteen multidisciplinary maritime voyages from 2017 to 2020, each between 8 and 14 days long and with a total around 180 students and 14 alumni on board. Organizing NUS units included South-East Asian Studies, Special Programme in Science, Tembusu College, USP, Faculty of Engineering, and School of Computing.
- A Framework for Automated Generation of Questions Based on First-Order Logic. Rahul Singhal, Shubham Goyal, and Martin Henz. Artificial Intelligence in Education 2015. LNCS 9112: 776-780.
- Scheduling a Major College Basketball Conference—Revisited. Martin Henz. Operations Research, 491, Jan/Feb 2001.
- Oz—A Programming Language for Multi-Agent Systems. Martin Henz, Gert Smolka, Jörg Würtz. IJCAI 1993.
AWARDS & HONOURS
NUS Annual Digital Education Award (ADEA), team leader, 2021
NUS Annual Teaching Excellence Award, Academic Year 2016/17
Startup @ Singapore and Startup @ Asia, entrepreneurship competitions, Champion, 2001, with Alan Sevugan for work on FriarTuck Pte Ltd, now Workforce Optimizer Pte Ltd
Fulbright Scholarship (1990)