Research Categories

Research Category

NameResearch Interests
Mr Abhishek SheetalUsing Machine Learning to understand the world around us.
Asst Prof Akshar SaxenaHealth economics; Economics of aging; Non-communicable diseases and obesity; Applied econometrics; Impact evaluation; Health sector reform and comparative health care systems Pensions and retirement.
Assoc Prof Anupam ChattopadhyayComputing Architecture Design Automation Security Emerging Technologies
Assoc Prof Chou Meng-HsuanRegionalism and regional integration (European Union, ASEAN) Global policy and transnational administration Institutional and organisational theory Migration and asylum policy Research and higher education policy (knowledge policies)
Asst Prof Katagiri, Azusainterstate conflict, diplomatic communication in interstate crises, bureaucratic decision-making in foreign policy, and statistical and computational methods
Asst Prof Kei KogaIR theory International institutions Institutional change International Security East Asian regional security Comparative regionalism US-Japan Relations ASEAN China
Prof Lam Kwok YanDistributed Systems Security, Cyber Security, Multi-modal Biometrics in Homeland Security, Enterprise Architecture, Biometric Cryptography, Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
Prof Liow Chin Yong, JosephMy research interests are varied. I have worked extensively on Muslim social and political movements in Southeast Asia, as well as religion, nationalism and political violence in the region. More recently, I have taken a keen interest in broader issues of the geopolitics and geoeconomics of the Asia-Pacific region, focusing primarily on Sino-US relations and the implications of its twists and turns for the wider region.
Asst Prof Loh Ming Hui DylanChinese Foreign Policy, ASEAN, norms in inter-governmental organizations; and inter-disciplinary approaches to International Relations with a particular focus on social theory.
Asst Prof Monamie Bhadra HainesMy cross-disciplinary homes include: science and technology studies; postcolonial studies; political theory; energy policy The primary areas I am interested include: the relationship between science and democracy; liberal and illiberal democratization; social movements; the politics of risk and uncertainty; energy transitions; renewable energy; nuclear power; solar power; humanitarian crisis; refugees; migration. Secondary areas of interest include: disaster studies; science fiction; human-animal relationships. Prof Bhadra welcomes applications from undergraduate and PhD students interested in developing projects in STS.