As part of a podcast series, SMU OBHR Assoc Prof Michael Bashshur and PhD candidate Laurel Teo share how AI affects important human resources aspects such as well-being, privacy and leadership at work.
How can accountancy help to protect the public from manipulation? In a podcast, SMU Accounting Asst Prof Richard Crowley and PhD candidate Zhao Yue discuss the intersection between online data, public trust in corporations ... Read More
As part of a podcast series, SMU Computer Science Assoc Prof Hady Lauw and PhD graduate Truong Quoc Tuan share how data can be used to uncover user preferences and in turn, create better online experiences.
Instead of focusing on a single area of specialisation as do most PhD students, SMU School of Economics PhD student Bian Xueying took up the challenge of embarking on a multidisciplinary research in a bid to solve real-world issues.
In the past one year, the pandemic has posed challenges to all fronts of our lives. Living far away from home in Singapore, SMU PhD in Business (Finance) student Jin Zuben found a silver lining in the global crisis for having made her research life simpler ... Read More
Do you recall the first time you used a computer? For research scientist Andrew Le Duy Dung, his first encounter with the computer set him on a path to SMU’s PhD in Computer Science, where he researched on improving the quality and scalability ... Read More
Maksim Tkachenko’s move to Singapore was quite unexpected to say the least. Since then, this Russian SMU PhD student has learnt many things about our little red dot and even picked up fluent English. Max shares his experiences in Singapore and ... Read More
Don’t be deceived by Su Mon Kywe’s girl-next-door appearance—she’s a hacker who’s going places. Find out why this SMU PhD student is both excited and sad to end her 9 years of SMU student life.