8 November 2022 – NUS students have once again proven that strong computing skills coupled with the intellect for creative problem-solving are a potent formula for success.
Two teams from the NUS School of Computing beat more than 30 teams from across Singapore and Asean to emerge tops at the 12th Singapore Cyber Conquest, held during GovWare 2022. GovWare is the premier cybersecurity intel and connectivity platform for the latest trends in technology, organizational implementation, and user perspectives in all things cybersecurity.
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1 November 2022 — Congrats to Zacchaeus Chok Yong Hsin, a 2nd year student from NUS School of Computing who clinched the grand prize at the 2022 Asia Pacific Huawei Developer Competition.
His idea “Genesis”, a synthetic data platform that helps firms anonymize, generate and analyze synthetic datasets beat more than 260 participants from nine countries, to come out tops. The competition attracted more than 130 teams across the region, with 9 finalists pitching their projects to the judges at the finals in Bangkok in September 2022.
04 October 2022 — It was indeed a serendipitous moment for 8-year-old Tin Jingyao when he stumbled upon a game of chess on his aunt’s computer out of boredom on a dreary afternoon in 2008. There was no turning back since. The plucky young enthusiast discovered his innate talent for the game and went on to hone his skills with great mastery, competing in his first chess tournament just a year later.
11 August 2022 — NUS Presidential Young Professor Kuldeep Meel has won the 2022 Association for Constraint Programming (ACP) Early Career Researcher Award.
29 July 2022 — Twenty-one students and alumni were awarded the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize and Outstanding Computing Prize in end June this year.
Singaporeans are active and hardworking, and they are why the Republic is great and modern, said 19-year-old Nyamdavaa Amar, a first-year Mongolian student at the National University of Singapore's (NUS) School of Computing.
On Friday (July 8), he shared his impression of the country with Mongolian Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai who was in NUS as part of his official visit to Singapore from Wednesday to Saturday.
5 July 2022 — Computer Science undergraduate Rishabh Anand won the Honourable Mention award for the 2022 Gradient Prize in early June this year for his research essay titled Engaging with Disengagement: Steering Towards Effective Autonomous Vehicle Policy.
21 June 2022 — To promote closer ties between industry partners and NUS Computing, the Industry Relations office at NUS Computing has launched a new Industry Connect (iConnect) programme.
11 June 2022 – Team Multiverse, comprising six current NUS Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) students, won first place at the NUS-Cargill Analytics Innovation Challenge 2022 in April this year.
Magic is what five men make and they are putting on a show next week. Called House Of Curiosities, the show will combine magic with storytelling and dramatic elements, with each of the five performers having their own segment to present their bag of tricks.
01 June 2022 — Five NUS Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) graduates won the School of Computing Innovation Prize for their finance app, AllGrow, which was developed for everyday Singaporeans from low to middle income households, and migrant workers.
31 May 2022 — NUS Computing PhD student Zhu Cungen was awarded second place in the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) College of Supply Chain Management (SCM) Best Student Paper Competition, for his paper on Right to Repair: Pricing, Welfare, and Environmental Implications.
27 May 2022 — Two NUS Computing students won first place at the inaugural HUAWEI CLOUD Spark Hackathon Singapore in April this year.
26 May 2022 — NUS Computing PhD graduate Dr Ruan Pingcheng received an Honourable Mention for the ACM SIGMOD Jim Gray Dissertation Award 2022 in late April this year for his dissertation, Blockchains: Novel Data Systems and Beyond.
12 May 2022 — NUS Computing Assistant Professor Brian Lim has received the Google Research Scholar Award, which aims to support world-class research conducted by early-career professors at institutions around the world.
30 April 2022 — NUS Computing Assistant Professor Brian Lim and Computer Science PhD student Zhang Wencan have won the Best Paper Award at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, which will take place on 30 April to 5 May this year.
The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have emerged as the top universities in Asia based on global rankings by subjects.
NUS Computing has received a generous multi-year donation from a leading homegrown consumer internet company to establish an Olympiad Scholarship. The Scholarship is open to all students who have excelled in the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) and who intend to subsequently pursue their full-time undergraduate studies at NUS Computing. This is the first year that NUS Computing, as a school, is offering scholarships directly to IOI medallists. Previously, support for such talent was provided through more generic NUS scholarships.
22 March 2022 – A team of four Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) graduates won first place at the AIxImpact Case Competition (Finance stream) in February this year. The case competition was held as part of the AIxImpact Conference, a Southeast Asia-focused analytics conference hosted by QuantumBlack, a McKinsey Company, in early February.
According to the Graduate Employment Survey conducted by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in November 2021, based on a sample size on 7,737 graduates from the National University of Singapore (NUS), the degree holders of medicine and law are no longer the ones getting the highest starting pay.
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