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Assoc. Prof. Anupam Chattopadhyay  |  School of Computer Science & Engineering

Chattopadhyay is an associate professor at NTU. Previously, he led the MPSoC Architectures Research Group in RWTH Aachen, Germany in 2010-2014 and served as a member of consulting staff in CoWare R&D Noida, India in 2008-2009. He also held visiting positions at Politecnico di Torino (Italy), EPFL (Switzerland), Technion (Israel), and Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He obtained his Ph.D. from RWTH Aachen in 2008. Currently, he oversees projects in areas of computer architectures, security, and design automation.


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Asst. Prof. Guo Jian  |  School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Guo Jian is currently an assistant professor with the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in NTU. Prior to joining the university, he was a principal investigator in Temasek Labs. After the completion of his doctorate from NTU in 2011, he joined the Institute for Infocomm Research in Singapore. Over the years, his research interests focused on symmetric-key cryptography, particulary in cryptanalysis, design and implementation of (lightweight) hash functions, block ciphers, authenticated encryption schemes, as well as their applications including message authentication codes.


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Asst. Prof. Kiah Han Mao  |  School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Han Mao Kiah is an assistant professor at NTU. Prior to his appointment at the university, he was a postdoctoral research associate at the Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned his doctorate degree in mathematics from NTU in 2014. His key focus remains in coding theory including design and analysis of encoding and decoding schemes, bounds on the size and constructions of optimal codes as well as combinatorics such as construction of combinatorial designs with application to codes, methods in enumerative and extremal combinatorics.


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Assoc. Prof. Adams Kong  |  School of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Kong is an associate professor at NTU. He has developed three patents, of which, four were approved and others were filed. He served as an expert witness to the US Department of Justice for child sexual abuse cases in 2008, consultant for legal cases in Singapore, as well as associate editor for TIFS. Since attaining his Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo, Canada in 2007, he has published 12 journals and over 20 conference papers, including TPAMI, TIP, TIFS, TSMC, TCSVT, CVPR and Pattern Recognition. His research interests include pattern recognition, image processing, computer vision, and biometric security.


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Assoc. Prof. Ng Wee Keong  |  School of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Ng is an associate professor with the School of Computer Science and Engineering in NTU. He contributes to companies and industries as technology consultant on projects involving data analytics, artificial intelligence, data privacy and security, and blockchain. His other appointments include associate editor and member of editorial boards of five journals. His areas of research specialisation include machine learning, privacy-preserving data analytical techniques, query-permissible encrypted databases, enterprise blockchain systems, data security, and blockchain security.


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Prof. Xing Chaoping  |  School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Prof. Xing has been with NTU since 2007. Prior to joining NTU, he was working with National University of Singapore during 1998-2007. He joined University of Essen, Germany in 1993-1995 as an Alexander von Humboldt fellow from 1993 to 1995, and then Institute of Information Processing, Austrian Academy of Sciences until 1998. Prof. Xing received his Ph.D. from University of Science and Technology of China, and became associate professor in the university. His research areas include algebraic curves over finite fields, coding theory, cryptography and quasi-Monte Carlo methods.

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