SMU LiveLabs Urban Lifestyle Innovation PlatformWith advanced sensor technology and real-time analytics, researchers at SMU's LiveLabs are turning data from smartphones, wearable devices and the physical environment into powerful insights.
International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM) 2017Alongside concrete, granite and steel, digital technologies have now become an integral part of a city's foundations, said keynote speakers at the 2017 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management.
SMU Assistant Professor Akshat KumarSMU Assistant Professor Akshat Kumar develops computational techniques that will allow the complex ecosystems of autonomous cars and ships to run like well-oiled machines.
SMU Assistant Professor Wang HaiSMU Assistant Professor Wang Hai uses mathematical models and big data to unravel the complexities of shared transportation systems.
SMU School of Information SystemsA new measure of household responsiveness to public information campaigns, co-developed by SMU researchers, could help policy-makers make better decisions.
SMU Inaugural Cybersecurity ForumIn an increasingly digitised world, the stakes in the battle to defend computer systems against cyberthreats are higher than ever before, say experts at the inaugural SMU Cybersecurity Forum.
SMU Assistant Professor Swapna Gottipati, Professor Venky ShankararamanIntroduction of experiential learning into an undergraduate Information Systems course at SMU led to a “win-win situation” – for students, the industry sponsor and the University.
SMU Associate Professor Li YingjiuSMU Associate Professor Li Yingjiu is building better safeguards into the everyday technologies of radio-frequency identification (RFID) and mobile phones.
SMU Assistant Professor Lee YoungkiSMU Assistant Professor Lee Youngki uses mobile sensing technology to study how people communicate with each other.
SMU Associate Professor Gao DebinAs online security becomes more complex, we need to look beyond text-based user authentication to keep the ‘bad guys’ out, says SMU Associate Professor Gao Debin.