Discipline Area: Computer Science & Information System

Think-cell for Professional Presentations

think-cell is a PowerPoint add-in that helps you efficiently create insightful visualizations of complex data for professional presentations.

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Jarrod Tham Kuok Yew: Steadfast in Pursuing Excellence

Sunway's Master of Data Science student, Jarrod Tham Kuok Yew who is also an alumnus of the University’s Bachelor of Information Systems (Data Analytics) is steadfast in pursuing excellence in education. He shares his journey in learning and discovering data science from his Diploma to now, Masters.

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Benefits of Immediacy in Communication for First-Year Undergraduate Students 

  • Dr Ling Mee Hong

This article shares the teaching practices on immediacy and explores ways in which immediacy can be applied for improvement in the areas of student cognition, motivation, and performance.

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A Real-Time Counting Application of Printed Circuit Boards Assembly (PCBA) using Image Processing and Weight Detection Techniques

  • Associate Professor Dr Lee Yun Li

HUMAC researchers have successfully delivered a proposed real-time counting application prototype under the Public-Private Research Network (PPRN) 2.0 grant. The solution comprises an IoT weighing scale system, a vision-based counting system, and an Android mobile application to monitor the production outputs in real time.

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Machine Learning 5G Operations in HetNet

  • Dr Muhammad Aman Sheikh

Wireless networks are growing due to the high demand for capacity and coverage. Wireless technologies are deployed to provide high-speed and pervasive services in 5G. However, growing wireless devices results in more interference that degrades the Quality of Service (QoS). This research explores on the critical issue of interference management and QoS in the mobile heterogeneous 5G wireless environment.

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Professor Mayeen Uddin Khandaker Delivered the Keynote Speech on High Impact Journal Writing Ethics and Plagiarism

  • Dr Lam Siok Ee

Prof. Mayeen delivered a keynote speech in a seminar on ‘High Impact Journal Writing, Ethics and Plagiarism’ at BGCTUB, sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangladesh.

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Feel the Weight in the Virtual World

  • Lim Woan Ning

Since the Virtual Reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMD) were released as consumer products and became more affordable, there is a rise of interest in promoting VR in many industries such as medical, entertainment, and training. The advantage of VR lies in its capability in creating a sense of presence and immersion. However, it is still a major challenge to enable humans to feel the weight of the objects in VR.

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Athira Zuhaira Ahmad Yusri: Discovering Opportunities Through Challenges

Having tasted challenges and opportunities in different roles through different courses in the program, Athira Zuhaira Ahmad Yusri is looking forward to greater opportunities to learn in diversity.

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Re-imagining Borneo in the Digital Revolution

  • Dr. Goh Chun Seng

The digital revolution, also called Industrial Revolution 4.0, has become a major policy focus in developing countries to ensure the nations survive and evolve in the face of disruptive changes in the global economy.

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Sunway Analytics Society Low Code-a-thon

  • Associate Professor Ts Dr Angela Lee Siew Hoong

A low coding competition was organised by the Sunway Analytics Society in collaboration with Asia Online Publishing Group (AOPG) and Jet Workflow to present the theory of low code while introducing the concept of “Now, Everyone Can Code!”  to a larger crowd.

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