SMU Master of IT in Business Team emerged as Grand Champions in the GLO-BUS Best Strategy Invitational
In May 2021, a team of four SMU Master of IT in Business (MITB) students emerged as Grand Champions in the GLO-BUS Best Strategy Invitational as Team ChampionsAtHeart. GLO-BUS is an online business strategy simulation adopted by more than 31,000 students across 261 universities in 29 countries. Teams were competing for superior global market leadership, superior financial performance, and sustainable competitive advantage.
The SMU MITB Day 2021: Embracing Digital Transformation – Moving from Physical to Digital World Virtual Conference held on 25 March 2021 brought together leading government and industry experts who shed light on current trends surrounding digital transformation in today’s business world.
Congratulations to SMU MITB Analytics students Goh Bee Keow and Salkar Binit Ameya for coming in #1 in the IEOM-FlexSim Student Simulation Competition
The IEOM-FlexSim Student Simulation Competition is an international simulation competition hosted by the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society and FlexSim Software Products, Inc. to provide students with an opportunity to demonstrate their problem-solving, presentation, and discrete-event simulation modelling and analysis skills. The top 4 teams shortlisted from the first round were provided an opportunity to present their results in the IEOM Annual Conference held in Singapore virtually on March 9-11 ,2021. Due to Covid situation, the competition was conducted virtually via zoom.
Congratulations to Tristan Lim and Patrick Thng (Director of SMU MITB Financial Technology & Analytics Track) on winning the best paper award (runner-up) at the 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
Congratulations to MITB Student, Tristan Lim and Director of SMU MITB Financial Technology & Analytics Track, Patrick Thng on winning the best paper award (runner-up) at the 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management in Singapore held on the 7th to 11th March 2021.
Congratulations to our team of SMU Master of IT in Business (MITB) students - Ulysses Chong Min Zhen, Anne Nguyen, Kendra Gadong, Ang Su Yiin, Gabriella Pauline Djojosaputro and Gordy Adiprasetyo on having their paper (ID 852: Singapore Airlines: Profit Recovery and Aircraft Allocation Models during the COVID-19 Pandemic) accepted for presentation and publication in the 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM) held in Singapore on March 7-11, 2021.
SMU MASTERS DEGREE TRACK IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LAUNCHED AS GLOBAL MARKET IS SET TO TRIPLE TO OVER US$1,000 BILLION WITHIN 5 YEARS
Singapore, 19 January 2021 – The Singapore Management University’s School of Computing and Information Systems (SCIS) has launched a new Digital Transformation track for 2021 under its Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme.
SMU Office of Research & Tech Transfer – When Singapore emerged from a two-month long COVID-19-imposed Circuit Breaker (CB), AI Singapore, a national Artificial Intelligence (AI) programme set up by the National Research Foundation (NRF) to anchor deep national capabilities in AI, launched the AI vs COVID-19 Ideation Challenge.
The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the face of business, and transforming the economy as well as the way we live, work and communicate today. Given this unprecedented COVID-19 global crisis, AI Singapore (AISG) launched the AI vs COVID-19 Ideation Challenge 2020, with the aim to encourage the curation of innovative ideas using AI methods and technologies to help Singapore emerge stronger and better from the current situation caused by COVID-19.
SMU team wins SCDF-IBM Lifesavers’ Innovation Challenge with tech-enabled solution for emergency evacuation and rescue
How can an organisation leverage a network of smart infrastructure in the built environment to make better and more timely sense of emergency incidents such building collapses and road traffic accidents, and to trigger early intervention measures, without the need to activate precious emergency resources?
It is difficult, if not impossible, to imagine a world where the ‘triple A’ technologies of automation, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) do not exist. The impact of these digital disruptions is felt by the multitudes who use mobile payment services to buy everyday items, as well as by financial institutions that have adopted blockchain and cryptocurrencies. It is felt by enterprises that use analytics tools to obtain actionable insights and improve their business processes. And it is felt by countries like Singapore as they seek to build intelligent transportation systems and other characteristics of a smart city.
The first round of Machine Learning Developers Summit (MLDS) 2020 concluded on 23rd January 2020 in Bengaluru, India, featuring more than 50 engaging sessions, keynotes, and workshops from some of the leading minds in the field of machine learning and artificial intelligence. The conference brought together India’s leading machine learning innovators and practitioners to share their ideas and experience about machine learning tools, the advanced development in this sphere and gave the attendees a first look at new trends & developer products.
The world of quantum technology - often associated with science fiction such as in the Ant-Man movie in 2015 - was in the spotlight recently after Google computer scientists released a paper in September claiming that a quantum computer had demonstrated "quantum supremacy", which describes the potential of quantum computers to significantly outperform traditional ones.
On 2nd October 2019, the SMU Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme celebrated 12 years of continued success in education at its inaugural SMU MITB Day 2019 Conference. The MITB programme was started in 2007 with a specialisation track in Financial Services Technology & Operations. Today, the MITB programme offers three specialisation tracks: Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and Financial Technology & Analytics.
SMU's School of Computing and Information Systems has confirmed itself as home to Asia’s best and one of the world’s best Masters in Business Analytics programmes according to the QS Masters in Business Analytics Rankings 2020. The School’s Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme was ranked 1st in Asia for the second year in a row and 14th worldwide out of 83 Masters in Business Analytics programmes from 18 countries around the globe.
Undertaking ISFS613 Analytics in Financial Services comes with its challenge - the OCBC Data RockStar Challenge - a real-life financial data analytics project that requires the application of a multitude of analytical techniques on an actual sample of OCBC Bank’s credit card transactions.
The book starts by teaching you how to use Python libraries, such as Pandas and Matplotlib, to reading data from Python, manipulating it, and creating plots using both categorical and continuous variables.
Singapore Management University (SMU) School of Computing and Information Systems and the University of Melbourne (UoM) School of Engineering have launched the SMU-UoM Sequential Master Degrees Advanced Standing Programme.
Team JAKAY from the Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme continued its award-winning streak at the IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology Challenge (VAST Challenge) 2018.
SMU's School of Computing and Information Systems has proven itself to be home to one of the world’s best Masters in Business Analytics programmes according to the QS Masters in Business Analytics Rankings 2019.
SMU Bachelor of Business Management student Kelvin Fan and SMU Master of IT in Business (MITB) student Soo Zhi Kai were members of the winning team in the Maybank GO Ahead Challenge (MGAC) 2018 in Malaysia in August.
We are a team that came from diverse backgrounds and experiences but with a common goal to learn more about Big Data in Financial Services and how to apply the analytic techniques.
A team of four SMU Master of IT in Business students have emerged as Grand Champions in the Glo-Bus Best Strategy Invitational. Team Eltag comprised Alagu Alagappan, Lim Yee Cheng, Ten Kao Yuan and captain Hendrik Gunawan and was guided by SMU Senior Lecturer and Director of Innovation Management Patrick Thng.
On the topic of using statistical models to determine the outcome of the World Cup, SMU Associate Professor of Information Systems Paul Griffin asserted that using past team performance data may not be the best way to predict the results. Associate Prof Griffin noted that the four-year lapse between tournaments is ample time for individual players to improve their skills. As such, artificial intelligence models developed around large quantities of data taken from an individual player’s past performance is a surer indicator of future results.
What are the various areas in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used? How does AI impact our everyday lives?
In a commentary, SMU Associate Professor of Information Systems Michelle Cheong shared that businesses, especially SMEs, should not feel that data analytics is not for them. By starting with descriptive analytics, performing statistical analytics and building charts, many fundamental and yet critical business questions can be answered. Data analytics is not so much about uncovering the most ground-breaking insights. It is about the positive impact that it can create for the business.
SMU Director of Masters of IT in Business programme and Associate Professor of Information Systems Paul Griffin, warned that the recent announcements made by the government are “not a tightening but rather a wake-up call to token providers and exchanges that may not be taking the current regulations on digital tokens offerings seriously enough.” He added that the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is sending a message to token providers to ensure Singapore remains a safe place to do any form of business. Associate Prof Griffin also noted that MAS is stepping up its efforts to clarify policies because the longevity, volumes, and future potential of tokenization have served as an “impetus” for it to “understand, scrutinize and decide how best to regulate the digital token market.”
SMU Office of Research & Tech Transfer – If you’re looking for a new job in the high-tech realm of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, you might assume that knowing the most sophisticated and most recent deep learning algorithms would give you an edge over the competition.
With artificial intelligence (AI) radically changing the face of business today, the debates around how businesses can successfully ride the waves of technological disruption are taking place with increasing frequency.
The Singapore Management University’s School of Computing and Information Systems (SCIS) has launched a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) track under its Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme.
Team JKY from the Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme performed positively at the IEEE Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST) Challenge 2017. Comprising Jason Ong, Kishan Shridhar and Zhang Yanrong, Team JKY secured an award for...
It was yet another typical weekday evening on 10th Oct 2017 for most people. However for the over 180 guests...
SMU’s Master of IT in Business programme (MITB) and U.S. Embassy Singapore have co-organised the SMU MITB - U.S. Fintech Solutions Showcase Conference which took place at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium...
SMU'S MULTI-DISCIPLINARY POSTGRADUATE STUDENT TEAM IS SECOND RUNNER-UP IN MSD'S INAUGURAL SINGAPORE GRAND CHALLENGE 2016
A team of cross-disciplinary postgraduate students from the Singapore Management University (SMU) has clinched third prize in the inaugural Singapore Grand Challenge...
Associate Professor Michelle Cheong and Instructor Mr Murphy Choy from the School of Computing and Information Systems have been awarded the inaugural Teradata University Network (TUN) Teaching Innovation Award for...
It was a great opportunity and a good experience working with the data from The Open Vault at OCBC. However the team quickly realised that...
Our Case Study developed for the module B.4 Operations Analytics & Application have won the Teradata University Network (TUN) Teaching Innovation Award 2013.
In the last 10 years, technological developments, combined with social treands such as user-generated content, smartphone usage and widespread participation in onlince social network communities...
Big data represents a profound shift in the use of contextual information to shape business decision making. Going far beyond traditional business intelligence...
Speaking at an industry event on Tuesday, Acting Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Lawrence Wong said that the FICS must continue to maintain the high standards of competency expected...
SMU School of Computing and Information Systems Dean and Steering Committee Head Co-Chair of the Financial IT Academy@SMU, Professor Steven Miller, shared his thoughts on how the banking sector...
MITB Senior Lecturer Alan Megargel's life is all about change. Through his career life, he went from being a promising musician to a practicing engineer...
The SAS® Student Ambassador program is a competitive global program that recognizes and supports students using SAS technologies in innovative ways that benefit their respective industries and fields of study.
As a recipient of the Alexandra Health–SMU T-Lab scholarship, I was attached to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) for a period of 6 months. During this period I was part of the Business Analytics Unit ...
Upon graduation our students have found employment in some of the world's finest corporations including: Accenture, Avaloq Asia Pacific, Bank Julius Baer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch...
Banking institutions, along with other segments of the financial technology industry, continue to face pressure for massive transformation sparked by the regional and global financial crisis.
A CONVERSATION WITH LEADERS IN FINANCIAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY & OPERATIONS (T&O) - WOMEN'S PLACE IN FINANCIAL SERVICES T&O
Professor Enoch Chng opened the dialogue session with a brief introduction on the Master of IT in Business (MITB) programme. The Director of the MITB (Financial Services) Programme also mentioned how the MITB especially caters to people who are in Technology & Operations (T&O)...
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