IEEE Computer Society (Singapore Section)

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November 16th, 2017

IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitor Program Series

2020: Toward Practical Quantum Networks

Tuesday, 5 December 2017, 3:00pm – 5:00pm

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event as follows.

DESCRIPTION

What is a quantum network? What makes quantum communications different from classical wired/wireless communications? Why is so hard to design a quantum network? Why so much excitement about quantum paradigm? What already accomplished? What next?

Very recently, researchers worldwide have started to devote massive efforts in designing and implementing quantum computation, with 17-qubit computing processors already prototyped and several groups making very fast progress towards the 50-qubit regime.

Nevertheless, to fully unleash the ultimate vision of the quantum revolution, it is necessary to design and to implement quantum networks, able to connect distant quantum processors through remote quantum entanglement distribution. However, despite the tremendous progress of quantum technologies, long-distance efficient entanglement distribution still constitutes a key issue, and several key research issues must be addressed to design and eventually deploy quantum networks.

Hence, this talk aims at providing the participants with a wide view about quantum networks and the unique challenges for transmitting quantum information.

SPEAKSER’s BIO

Marcello Caleffi received the Dr. Eng. degree summa cum laude (highest score) in computer science engineering from the University of Lecce, Lecce, Italy, in 2005, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic and telecommunications engineering from the University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy, in 2009. Currently, he is with the National Laboratory of Multimedia Communications, National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT), and with the DIETI Department, University of Naples Federico II. Since April 2017, he held the Italian national habilitation as Associate Professor in Telecommunications Engineering. He was also with the Broadband Wireless Networking Laboratory at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, as visiting researcher. He was also with the NaNoNetworking Center in Catalunya (N3Cat) at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, as visiting researcher.

His work appeared in several premier IEEE Transactions and Journals, and he received multiple awards, including best strategy award, most downloaded article awards and most cited article awards. Currently, he serves as an Editor for the IEEE Communications Letters and Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks; moreover, he serves as an Associate Technical Editor for the IEEE Communications Magazine. He has served as the chair, the TPC chair, the session chair, and the TPC member for several premier IEEE conferences. In 2016, he was elevated to IEEE Senior Member, and in 2017 he has been appointed as a Distinguished Lecturer from the IEEE Computer Society.

 

VENUE & TIME

Date: 5 December 2017

Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Venue: INFUSE, 1 Fusionopolis Way, 14th Floor – Connexis South Tower, Singapore, Singapore 138632

 

REGISTRATION

https://quantum-com.eventbrite.com


November 3rd, 2017

The new Art of War: Risk Management in the age of Cyber Warfare

Thursday, 9 November 2017, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Temasek Polytechnic

 

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event co-organized by IEEE Singapore Computer Society and Temasek Polytechnic.

 

Executive Summary:

The presentation will define risk management and link that definition to the issues that a modern enterprise faces in a global economy that is inter-connected and what the limitations of readiness are as a result. Adam will be using the concept of the cyber range as a centerpiece to the discussions on preparation and how it may be used in new and innovative ways to address risk management concerns.

 

Discussion outline:

  • NIST definition of risk management and linkage with ISO/IEEE 15288
  • Breakdown of definition of risk management and mapping to the modern enterprise risk landscape
  • SWOT analysis of traditional GRC regimes
  • Traditional definition of a cyber range
  • The 5 W’s of the cyber range
  • Cyber range scenarios

 

Speaker Profile:

Adam has over 30 years of experience in IT industry. He is both an educator and professional. He holds many IT Professional Certifications including CISA, CISSP, MCSE, MCITP, CHFI, CEH, SCNA, VCP-Cloud, CompTIA Cloud Essentials and VCI. He holds a Bachelor Degree in International Relations and Master Degree in International Political Affairs from Florida International University. Adam is the co-author and curriculum development & review committee of the Official (ISC)2 Guides of CCSP, CISSP, SSCP and CISSP-ISSAP CBK.

 

Venue: Temasek Polytechnic, School of Informatics and IT, LT2 (Next to Car Park C)

Registration Link: cyberwar.eventbrite.com

 

 

 

 

 


October 24th, 2017

From Fablabs to Fab Cities: A Digital Fabrication Revolution

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Singapore Polytechnic

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event co-organized by IEEE Singapore Computer Society and Singapore Polytechnic.

Venue: FabLab, Level 1 of T11C, Singapore Polytechnic (see map below)

Light dinner will be provided from 6:30pm to 7:00pm. The registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is subject to confirmation. Registration deadline in 31 October 2017. Limited to 20 places. To register please email to computerieeesg@gmail.com with the following particulars:

Name:
Mobile number:
IEEE Member number:
Dietary preference (Vegetarian/Halal):

 


July 13th, 2017

IEEE Singapore Computer Society Gold Medal and Book Prize Winners

 

  1. Winner of the IEEE Singapore Computer Society Gold Medal and Book Prize
    1. Lim You Liang, top student in the Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering program
  2. Winners of the IEEE Singapore Computer Society Book Prize:
    1. Khor Shi-jie, best student in the Honors Year term project who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Computing program in the School of Computing
    2. Ang Kah Min, Kelvin, best student in the Honors Year term project pursuing the Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and School of Computing

 


November 23rd, 2016

Technical Talk on Information Technology “Innovation at the nexus between Universities and Industry- Business”
By Prof. Archie J Johnston

13 December (Tuesday), 6pm – 9pm, The Institute of Engineers, Singapore

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event organized by IES Infocomm Technology Technical Committee and co-organized by IEEE Singapore Section Society.

 

IEEE Members will enjoy IES Members’ rates at S$30.00/- per pax/gst included.

Registration: https://www.ies.org.sg/event_view.php?event_id=1929

Registration closing date/ time: before 12 Noon, 9 December 2016 (Friday)

 


October 25th, 2016

Masterclass on Actionable Gamification: Using Behavioural Science in Training and HR

 

11 November (Friday) and 14 November (Monday), 9am – 5pm, Singapore Computer Society

Voted #1 Gamification Guru in the World. First time in Singapore!

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event organized by Singapore Computer Society.

Gamification, or utilizing game mechanics to increase employee and customer engagement, has become a leading practice among companies across the world.

For the first-time ever in Singapore, hear from Mr Yu-Kai Chou, Founder of The Octalysis Group, in this 2-day masterclass and learn how to use gamification in your business to increase your revenue, users and overall business growth and also internal gamification to better engage and motivate your employees.

“Yu-kai’s Octalysis framework brilliantly explains the intricate relationships between human behaviors and their inner drives. Accompanied by numerous application examples, Octalysis is the turn key for gamification in any product and service design.” – Dr Jianming Dong, Chief User Experience Architect at Huawei

“I’ve been following Yu-kai’s work on gamification for years and have enjoyed his deep insights and actionable recommendations. Octalysis is a powerful and pragmatic framework to understand human nature and positive motivators that encourage people to do their best work. It should be required reading for anyone building, managing, or collaborating with a team, community, or ecosystem.”  Susie Wee, VP & CTO of Networked Experiences at Cisco Systems

 

Remember to indicate “Name – IEEE” (eg. David Ng – IEEE) to enjoy the special rate offered.

Limited seats are available. Reserve your seat here today.

 

For enquiries, please contact Li Ling @ Tel: 622 2567 ext 18 or email: liling.goh@scs.org.sg.

 

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September 23rd, 2016

Workshop on Drone Videography

Saturday, 22 October 2016, 9am – 5pm @ Marina Barrage

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society presents you a technical event organized by Singapore Computer Society.

IEEE-CS members enjoy the same 10% discount as SCS members until 30th of September.

 

Demand for aerial photography & videography is fast growing and here’s the opportunity to become your own producer!

Learn the tools, techniques and gadgets used in aerial photography and videography while observing local and international rules and regulations. You’ll also get yourself on the field and learn how to safely setup and fly a DJI Phantom and process aerial photos and videos.

Be amazed with your own aerial shot at the end of this hands-on session. Registrations received before 30 September 2016 will enjoy 10% early bird discount. Please indicate ‘IEEE’ besides your name (eg. Larry Ng – IEEE) to enjoy the special rate offered for IEEE members. Reserve your seat here today.

For enquiries, please contact Li Ling @ Tel: 6226 2567 ext 18 or email: liling.goh@scs.org.sg.

 

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September 8th, 2016

IT YOUTH AWARD 2017

Call for Nominations!

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society together with Singapore Computer Society present you the following call for nominations:

 

Recognising the Brightest Youths who has shown outstanding achievements in Infocomm and Media

Nominate inspiring youths aged 25 years and below who uses Infocomm and Media for the betterment of the community.

Submit your nominations HERE. Nominations end 31 October 2016.

For enquiries, please contact Siow Peng (Tel: 62262 567 ext 16) or via email at siowpeng.tan@scs.org.sg.

 

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September 2nd, 2016

BEST TECH COMPANY TO WORK FOR AWARD 2017

Call for Nominations!

 

IEEE Singapore Computer Society together with Singapore Computer Society present you the following call for nominations:

 

First in Singapore to recognize tech companies with robust talent development, innovation excellence and enviable corporate culture

 

Does your organisation have a corporate culture that makes its people excited to come to work everyday? Do your people feel valued and well looked after on the job and also in their well-being? Do you have inspiring and forward-looking leaders who also advocates innovation at every opportunity?

 

Is Yours a Winning Tech Workplace?  

 

The Best Tech Company to Work For Award is organised by Singapore Computer Society and supported by IDA, WDA and e2i is the first of its kind in Singapore. The Award recognizes tech companies for their winning qualities of robust talent development, enviable corporate culture and innovation excellence.

 

The objectives of the Award are:

  • To honour the best infocomm and media workplaces to join and grow with
  • To inculcate a strong people culture across the industry
  • To advocate the professional and career development of infocomm and media professionals
  • To encourage innovation as a key enabler for business growth

 

The Award comprises 3 categories:

  • Large organizations/ Multi-National Corporations (MNCs)
  • Mid-Sized organizations
  • Start-ups/ Small organizations

 

There will be an Award Corporate Briefing for interested companies on 15 September 2016. We would like to invite two representations (founding partners or HR/ corporate communications personnel) to attend the briefing session to learn more about the eligibility, judging criteria, process and nomination mechanism. There will also be a Q&A session by a panel to address any queries you may have. Details of the briefing are as follows:

Date:                    15 September 2016 (Thursday)

Time:                    2pm to 4pm

Venue:                 Hive @ Sandcrawler

                              1 Fusionopolis View

                              #08-01

                              Singapore 138577

 

Attend the briefing and find out what it takes to be a Best Tech Company to Work For and clarify any queries you may have regarding the award.

 

Nomination for the Best Tech Company to Work For Award 2017 is now open till 30 November 2016.  Join SCS to honour and recognise the 10 Best Tech Companies that everyone would love to work and grow with at the Best Tech Company to Work For Award 2017.

 

For more information on award criteria, please visit: https://www.scs.org.sg/best-tech-co-award or contact Ms Seah Mee Ling or Ms Goh Li Ling at 6226 2567 ext 17 or 18.

 

BTCeDM

 


August 1st, 2016

Data Science/Engineering-Analytics Fuels Growth of a Nation-Innovative use cases (INDIA)

by Prof. K Subramanian

16 August 2016 | 12pm – 2pm
Franklin Seminar room @ Connexis South Tower

 

IEEE Computer Chapter Singapore is pleased to present a talk on Data Science/Big Data.

Topic: Data Science/Engineering-Analytics Fuels Growth of a Nation-Innovative use cases (INDIA)

Speaker: Prof. K Subramanian, the first director and Professor at Advanced Center for Informatics and Innovative Learning(ACIIL), India

The event is free of charge. Lunch is provided to registered audience.

 

The details for the talk are as follows:

Date: 16 August 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 12.00pm – 2.00pm
Venue: Franklin Seminar room @ Connexis South Tower, Level 11, Fusionopolis One, 1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138632
Cost: Free (Lunch included)

Please register here.