Achievements & News



July 2024:

Programming with purpose - Congratulations to Mahadevan Swati, Mahadevan Svetha and our graduads from Class of 2024.

July 2024:

Congratulations to Chen Silin (Research-focused Pathway, Class of 2024) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize for AY2023/24 and IEEE Singapore Computer Society Prize, with his Final Year Project (FYP) titled “Ultrasound Imaging system for drone applications”, supervised by A/Prof Jerald Yoo.


June 2024:

Congratulations to CEG team, consisting of Guan Xiao, Man Juncheng and Yeo Meng Han (from AY22 intake), for taking the third spot of the National AI Student Challenge 2024, CSIT track.


May 2024:

Spotted a familiar face in NUS News - Francis Lee (Computer Engineering, Class of 2020) and his co-founder of Lingosnap, are featured as part of the Generative AI Accelerate Programme.

May 2024:

Congratulations to CEG3 Benjamin Long and his cofounder of Singapore-based Beep, for being named on Forbes 30 under 30 - Asia - Enterprise Technology for this year. How cool!



July 2023:

Congratulations to CEG3 Ng De Qi and her teammates from NUS Senior RoboMaster (Team LumiNUS!) for being placed second, out of 19 teams, at the 2023 RMUL competition, held 6-9 July at the University of Washington, Seattle.


July 2023:

“Replacing the manpower (for toilets cleaning) with autonomous robots seemed like a better solution.” - we cannot agree more with Rishab Patwari (Class of 2023), CEO of HiveBotics.

July 2023:

Congratulations to Wang Zihao (Research-focused Pathway, Class of 2023) for winning the Outstanding Computing Project Prize and IEEE Singapore Computer Society Prize, with his FYP titled ‘Multimodal Sensor Fusion using AI for Healthcare IoT Sensors', supervised by Dr Ganesh Neelakanta Iyer.



August 2022:

Our congratulations to CEG alumna Low Xi Zhi (Class of 2022) and her teammates, for winning the first prize (Nascent Category) at Medical Grand Challenge 2022, with KIDDX!

August 2022:

A NUS team, comprising CEG4 Kwek Zhan Hao, CEG4 Ni Yilun and EEE3 Manzel Joseph Seet and mentored by Dr Rajesh, was among Second Prize winners for 2022 Intel Cup


August 2022:

Team Bumblebee was awarded Overall Champion and 1st place in Design Documentation for RoboSub 2022, that was held at the University of Maryland with many top, international schools participating. Our congratulations to all Team Bumblebee members!

June 2022:

Congratulations to our CEG4 students for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize for AY2021/22, with their Final Year Projects (FYP):

Yang Zi Yun (Class of 2022) - Her FYP, titled "Bridging Emoji Mashup and Lexical Composition", was supervised by Assoc Prof Kan Min-Yen.

Oung Yong Sheng Kennedy (Class of 2022) - The iDP team worked on “Drone-based Solution for Leaf Sampling in Primary Tropical Rainforests”, under the supervision of Dr Elliot Law and Brian Teo.

Praveen Elango (Class of 2023) – The iDP team worked on “Robotic Drain Crawler for Dengue Prevention”, under the supervision of Dr SC Yen.


February 2022:

Programming and engineering a better world – read how the CEG programme changed Rishab Patwari’s perspective on technology.


November 2021:

Technology is "like magic" - wouldn't you agree with Michelle Tee from CEG Class of 2016?


October 2021:

Congratulations to CEG3 Daniel Lim Wee Soong and teammate from NUS Greyhats, for winning the Singapore Cyber Conquest (SCC) 2021!


August 2021:

Congratulations to Ang Jie Liang (Research-focused Pathway, Class of 2021) for winning the Outstanding Computing Project Prize with his FYP titled ‘An Experimental Study of Persistent Memory in OLAP Database Systems’, supervised by Assoc Prof He Bingsheng.


July 2021:

"Either take all the opportunities that come and do them with 100 per cent effort or don't do them at all." - Putra Mohammad Danish Bin Mohd Rafee from CEG Class of 2021


June 2021:

"If there is one thing I could say to my fellow graduates: I would ask them to embrace change, find meaning in their personal challenges and be kind to others." - CEG Valedictorian Bhatt Krishna from Class of 2021.

June 2021:

Congratulations to Ooi Xi Yi and her iDP teammates (Class of 2021) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize 2021 (Group) and numerous other awards, with their FYP titled 'ConcreteAI: Smart Concrete Sensors', that was supervised by Dr Kevin Kuang.


March 2021:

It always pays to start your career search early - a shout-out to CEG alumni, Deepak Buddha and Dalson Tan, from Class of 2020. When the going gets tough, the tough starts early.

February 2021:

Congratulations to Lumitics' team for winning the Global Startup Competition organised by UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)! A shout-out to Lumitics' Co-Founder and CTO - Adriel Tan from CEG Class of 2018.



November 2020:

Very pleased to learn that CEG alumnus Nguyen Van Hoang (Class of 2020) and his co-authors won the Best Paper Full Research Paper Award at the 29th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM2020), held online from 19 - 23 October.

October 2020:

CEG2 Dorian Alexander Fong responded to a grant call for I&E Practicum@SoC in mid-June 2020 and is named one of the awardees, for his platform. Congrats!

July 2020:

Congratulations to Nguyen Van Hoang (Class of 2020) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize (Individual) with his FYP titled ‘Leveraging Social Context in Fake News Detection with Graph Representation’, supervised by Assoc Prof Kan Min-Yen. Nguyen Van Hoang (and his project-mates) also won the OUR (Group) prize in 2018.

Congratulations to P Srivatsa (Class of 2020) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize (Individual) with his FYP titled ‘YOSO: You Only Spike Once’, supervised by Dr Carlson. His work was also accepted at AccML @ ISCA 2020 recently.

Find out more about their projects here.

April 2020:

Following a grant call for I&E Practicum@SoC, we are pleased to know that CEG2 Khairul Iman Nasri Bin Azharie is among the awardees for April 2020. Congrats to Khairul Iman Nasri (yWaste)!


March 2020:

CEG4 Dalson Tan Wei Shin, while interning at GovTech Singapore, developed a web accessibility testing tool, specialising on government e-services with the team at Government Digital Services. The tool is planned to identify accessibility violations for the software engineers, highlighting solutions for them to create e-services that are catered for people with disabilities (PWDs).

For the project, they also wrote a technical paper, titled “Web Accessibility Testing for Singapore Government e-Services”, that has since been accepted by Web4All 2020. The team’s submission is up for the Web Accessibility Challenge and also one of the nominees for Best Communication Paper.

Dalson will be speaking about web accessibility at STACK 2020, to be held on 1-3 December 2020.


February 2020:

CEG3 Elston Aw and his NOC New York teammates participated in the Hack@CEWIT 2020 that was held from 14 – 16 February. Of the 150 regional hackers, they won the Best Newbie Hack : Great Potential award for their Agora app. Congrats to Elston and the team!


February 2020:

At the ElleHacks 2020 hosted by York University from 31 January - 2 February, CEG3 Yeo Su Yia, Denise and her fellow NOC Toronto teammates (from Information Security and Business) won the Royal Bank of Canada's Most Innovative Award. This largest award at the hackathon came with a 2000CAD cash prize and potential opportunities for interaction, internship and work at the Royal Bank of Canada.

The team came up with a B2B solution involving a browser extension, Ph!sh, that uses a convolution neural network to proactively check if a website a user is visiting, is a phishing attempt. Current solutions require a user's information to be compromised and for the URL to be reported, before others can be protected while the team's solution detects a phishing attempt in real-time by identifying visual similarities before checking against the URL. Congrats to Denise and her teammates!


January 2020:

A scholar with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), CEG3 Putra Mohammad Danish Bin Mohd Rafee is also a sportsman who represented Singapore at the 2019 Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines. He refereed several matches, including the women's rugby sevens bronze medal match on 8 December.

Putra subsequently also shared his SEP stint that was cut short by COVID19, with Berita Harian.

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