Singapore Management University

Chen Siyuan 

Speaker 1: Chen Siyuan

Associate Professor of Law; Director, Moots

Singapore Management University

 

Siyuan has law degrees from National University of Singapore and Harvard. He is project lead for autonomous vehicles at SMU’s Centre for AI and Digital Governance. He has written national reports on recommended regulations for autonomous vehicles for the Singapore government as well as the Singapore Academy of Law; the latter has been cited by the UK Law Commission. Works on his main area of expertise, evidence and procedural law, have been cited by the High Court, Court of Appeal, and Singapore International Commercial Court. He is also an avid drone videographer.

 

Prof Archan

Speaker 2: Archan Misra

Vice Provost (Research) & Professor of Computer Science

Singapore Management University


Archan Misra is Vice Provost (Research) & Professor of Computer Science at Singapore Management University (SMU). As Vice Provost (Research), Archan leads and coordinates the overall strategic research directions and investments of the university, including its focus on smart cities and improving urban living. Archan has led a number of multi-million-dollar, flagship research initiatives at SMU, including the LiveLabs research center and SMU’s Center for Applied Smart-Nation Analytics (CASA), that have focused on exploiting pervasive sensing for novel smart-city applications, often in close partnership with public agencies and ministries. Archan is a current recipient of the prestigious Investigator grant (from Singapore’s National Research Foundation) for sustainable man-machine interaction intelligence. Over a 20+ year research career spanning both academics and industry (at IBM Research and Bellcore), Archan has published on, and practically deployed, technologies spanning wireless networking, mobile & wearable sensing and urban mobility analytics. Archan holds a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland at College Park, and chaired the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Computer Communications (TCCC) from 2005-2007.

 

a is Vice Provost (Research) & Professor of Computer Science at Singapore Management University (SMU). As Vice Provost (Research), Archan leads and coordinates the overall strategic research directions and investments of the university, including its focus on smart cities and improving urban living. Archan has led a number of multi-million-dollar, flagship research initiatives at SMU, including the LiveLabs research center and SMU’s Center for Applied Smart-Nation Analytics (CASA), that have focused on exploiting pervasive sensing for novel smart-city applications, often in close partnership with public agencies and ministries. Archan is a current recipient of the prestigious Investigator grant (from Singapore’s National Research Foundation) for sustainable man-machine interaction intelligence. Over a 20+ year research career spanning both academics and industry (at IBM Research and Bellcore), Archan has published on, and practically deployed, technologies spanning wireless networking, mobile & wearable sensing and urban mobility analytics. Archan holds a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland at College Park, and chaired the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Computer Communications (TCCC) from 2005-2007.

Archan Misra is Vice Provost (Research) & Professor of Computer Science at Singapore Management University (SMU). As Vice Provost (Research), Archan leads and coordinates the overall strategic research directions and investments of the university, including its focus on smart cities and improving urban living. Archan has led a number of multi-million-dollar, flagship research initiatives at SMU, including the LiveLabs research center and SMU’s Center for Applied Smart-Nation Analytics (CASA), that have focused on exploiting pervasive sensing for novel smart-city applications, often in close partnership with public agencies and ministries. Archan is a current recipient of the prestigious Investigator grant (from Singapore’s National Research Foundation) for sustainable man-machine interaction intelligence. Over a 20+ year research career spanning both academics and industry (at IBM Research and Bellcore), Archan has published on, and practically deployed, technologies spanning wireless networking, mobile & wearable sensing and urban mobility analytics. Archan holds a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland at College Park, and chaired the IEEE Computer Society's Technical Committee on Computer Communications (TCCC) from 2005-2007.