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19 June 2024
Congratulations to Associate Professor Reza Shokri for receiving the distinguished 2023 Intel Outstanding Researcher Award. This accolade celebrates his exceptional contributions to designing algorithms that audit the privacy risks of machine learning models and his development of the innovative open-source tool, "Privacy Meter." Researchers from his team extended the Privacy Meter tool to analyse privacy risks of federated learning, and validated the method on Intel's OpenFL federated learning framework.
Reza Shokri Intel Outstanding Researcher Award
14 June 2024
Assistant Professor Manuel Rigger has achieved a remarkable double win, earning two prestigious awards. He clinched the 2024 EuroSys Best Paper Award for his team's innovative paper, "Validating Database System Isolation Level Implementations with Version Certificate Recovery,"
Manuel Rigger secures 2024 EuroSys Best Paper and Amazon Best Researcher awards
12 June 2024
Congratulations to Professor Xiao Xiaokui for winning the prestigious 2024 SIGMOD Test-of-Time award for his paper, "PrivBayes: Private Data Release via Bayesian Networks," published in June 2014.
Xiao Xiaokui 2024 SIGMOD Test-of-Time award
7 June 2024
We are pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Ambuj Varshney has been awarded the prestigious 2024 Google Research Scholar Program Award for his outstanding contributions to the field of Systems and Networking.
Ambuj Varshne Google Research Scholar
5 June 2024
Professor Anthony Tung explores the topic of deepfake scams, their prevalence and how ordinary people can identify and prevent themselves from being deceived by them. 

Professor Anthony Tung explores the topic of deepfake scams, their prevalence and how ordinary people can identify and prevent themselves from being deceived by them.

MeWatch, Jun 2024. 

31 May 2024
A team of researchers which include Professors Tan Kian Lee, Ooi Beng Chin, and Anthony Tung, has won the ACM SIGMOD Systems Award for Apache SINGA.
ASSA
25 May 2024
Associate Professor Terence Sim of the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Trusted Internet and Community said AI-generated porn is “certainly a very pressing issue”. 

Associate Professor Terence Sim of the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Trusted Internet and Community said AI-generated porn is “certainly a very pressing issue”.

Channel News Asia, 31 May 2024

2 May 2024
“It’s a difficult balancing act,” says Ooi Wei Tsang, an associate professor in the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. “Given that large language models are evolving rapidly, we are still learning how to do this.”

“It’s a difficult balancing act,” says Ooi Wei Tsang, an associate professor in the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore. “Given that large language models are evolving rapidly, we are still learning how to do this.”

IEEE Spectrum, 2 May 2024.

30 April 2024
Professor Tan traces the School's journey to global excellence and his vision which empowers humanity in an ever-changing tech landscape
Dean Tan Kian Lee
9 April 2024
Dive into the heart of innovation with Professor He Bingsheng, Vice Dean of Research at NUS Computing
He Bingsheng
5 April 2024
Professor Anthony Tung discusses the impact of Open AI Sora on various industries on Hello Singapore. 

Professor Anthony Tung discusses the impact of Open AI Sora on various industries on Hello Singapore.

MeWatch, Apr 2024.

25 March 2024
Launched on March 25, the NUS AI Institute (NAII) will conduct research on how to address the ethical concerns and risks associated with AI and to apply AI across various domains such as education, healthcare, finance and sustainability.

Launched on March 25, the NUS AI Institute (NAII) will conduct research on how to address the ethical concerns and risks associated with AI and to apply AI across various domains such as education, healthcare, finance and sustainability.

The Straits Times, 25 March 2024

Economics Times, 27 March 2024

NUS News, 25 March 2024

22 February 2024
From engagement to well-being and diversity, Gary spotlights the transformative student experience at NUS Computing
Gary Tan
9 February 2024
A total of 20 NUS Computing faculty members were honoured with Teaching Excellence awards on 26 January 2024. The NUS Faculty Teaching Excellence Award is awarded to faculty members who have displayed a high level of commitment to their teaching.
Faculty Teaching Excellence Award 2024
8 February 2024
Associate Professor Kan Min Yen emphasises that Southeast Asia's regulations are less detailed compared to the EU's, citing the region's diverse digital landscape and emerging infrastructure as reasons why strict enforcement might be challenging.

Associate Professor Kan Min Yen emphasises that Southeast Asia's regulations are less detailed compared to the EU's, citing the region's diverse digital landscape and emerging infrastructure as reasons why strict enforcement might be challenging.

Deutsche Welle, 8 February 2024

5 February 2024
Associate Professor Kan Min Yen asserts that ASEAN, as a “critical region,” stands to gain from suitable AI adoption and implementation. However, he highlights that existing AI models are primarily trained on data that inadequately represents ASEAN citizens, failing to account for local languages, cultural norms, and everyday objects.

Associate Professor Kan Min Yen asserts that ASEAN, as a “critical region,” stands to gain from suitable AI adoption and implementation. However, he highlights that existing AI models are primarily trained on data that inadequately represents ASEAN citizens, failing to account for local languages, cultural norms, and everyday objects.

China Daily, 5 February 2024

5 February 2024
"I wanted to develop an interface that provides seamless access to people to interact with the world," said Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara. His team developed AiSee, the groundbreaking hands-free headset that helps visually impaired individuals 'see' by converting images to audio descriptions.

"I wanted to develop an interface that provides seamless access to people to interact with the world," said Associate Professor Suranga Nanayakkara. His team developed AiSee, the groundbreaking hands-free headset that helps visually impaired individuals 'see' by converting images to audio descriptions.

The Straits Times, 5 February 2024
AZoRobotics, 5 February 2024
NUS News, 5 February 2024
Hardwarezone.com, 5 February 2024
Yahoo Finance, 6 February 2024
Tech Edition, 6 February 2024
Morning Tick, 6 February 2024
Connect The Watts, 6 February 2024
Channel News Asia, 10 February 2024
Seithi Mediacorp, 9 March 2024

26 January 2024
Min discusses challenges in computing education, student selection, and future trends
Kan-Min-Yen-2
12 January 2024
The Chinese Economic Society has awarded NUS Computing Provost’s Chair Professor Teo Hock Hai and Associate Professor Tan Chuan Hoo the Information Management Research Award.
Provost’s Chair Professor Teo Hock Hai and Associate Professor Tan Chuan Hoo earns the Information Management Research Award
9 January 2024
Congratulations to Dr Atreyi Kankanhalli for winning the Association for Information Systems (AIS) Sandra Slaughter Service Award. This award recognises longstanding members who have provided leadership and service within the association such as through past Council positions; association committees; journal editorial boards, conference involvement; SIGs, chapters, or colleges. She received the award at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) held from 10 to 13 Dec 2023 in Hyderabad, India.
Sandra Slaughter Service award-Atreyi Kankanhalli