Awards & Key Moments

2022 Best Paper Award, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing. 

Presenting team's work on fleet safety monitoring and assistance system to Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment & Ministry of Transport, Dr Amy Khor (Continental-NTU Corporate Lab news release, Channel News Asia video). 

Presenting team's work on gamification of physical exercises to improve elders' frailty status to Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Heng Swee Kiat (His Facebook link).

Best Paper Award, "Multi-agent collaborative exploration through graph-based deep reinforcement learning", The 4th IEEE International Conference on Agents 2019, Jinan, China.

First author Mr Luo Tianze, received the award from Conference General Chair Professor Shigeo Matsubara.

Best Paper Award, "Neurocomputational modeling of memory loss", The 5th International Conference on Ageless Ageing 2017, Beijing, China.

The award was announced by Professor Xiaoming Li, Peking University (left) and presented by Professor Yueting Chai, Tsinghua University (middle).

Best Paper Award, "A novel path-following density peak clustering algorithm based on squared residual error", The 11th International Conference on Management of e-Commerce and e-Government 2017, Changchun, China.

My co-supervised Ph.D. student, Mr Milan Parmar, was awarded with the certificate.

Finalist, Singapore Challenge 2015, Global Young Scientists Summit.

Presenting my work to Dr Tony Tan, the President of Singapore.

Media exposure:

My work on the silver assistants supporting the active living of the elderly was featured by Strait Times Newspaper, Singapore, 26 April 2015.