|Assoc Prof Chee Yeow Meng|
Chair, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Co-Director, Fraunhofer IDM Centre@NTU
School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
College of Science
- PhD University of Waterloo 1996
- MMath University of Waterloo 1989
- BMath(Hons) University of Waterloo 1988
|Dr Chee joined the School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences in March 2008, where he is currently Associate Professor and Chair of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Dr Chee received the B.Math. degree in Computer Science and Combinatorics & Optimization, and the M.Math. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, from the University of Waterloo, ON, Canada, in 1988, 1989, and 1996, respectively. Prior to his appointment at the Nanyang Technological University, he had been Program Director of Interactive Digital Media R&D in the Media Development Authority of Singapore, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Waterloo and IBM’s Zurich Research Laboratory, General Manager of the Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team, and Deputy Director of Strategic Programs at the Infocomm Development Authority, Singapore. Dr Chee’s research interest lies in the interplay between combinatorics and computer science/engineering, particularly combinatorial design theory, coding theory, extremal set systems, and electronic design automation.|
Dr Chee has more than 70 publications in refereed international journals and conferences. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
|1) Combinatorics of Nanotechnology: low-power design, thermal-aware design, crosstalk issues, testing of deep submicron & nanometer-scale circuits, oligonucleotide sequence design for DNA computing, quantum error-correcting codes.
2) Designs, Codes & Cryptography: triple systems, block designs, pairwise balanced designs, group divisible designs, t-designs, Latin squares, error-correcting codes, erasure-resilient codes, codes for nonconventional channels, combinatorial cryptography, algorithms & computational methods, applications in computer science, engineering & biology.
3) Extremal Set Systems: Turan-type problems, packings & coverings, cover-free systems, nonadaptive group testing, applications in computer science, engineering & biology.
|Research Grant |
- Academic Research Fund Tier 2 (2007-) [by MOE]
- NRF Competitive Research Program (2008-)
- Start Up Grant (-)
|Current Projects |
- Combinatorial Structures in Engineering Applications
- Cryptographic Techniques for Secure and Fault-tolerant Distributed Computations
- Special Funding for Operationalizing the Visual & Imaging Science Network
- Theory and Practice of Coding and Cryptography
- A. Beimel, Y. M. Chee, H. Wang, and L. F. Zhang. (2012). Communication-efficient distributed oblivious transfer. Journal of Computer and System Sciences, vol. 78(no. 4), pp. 1142-1157.
- Y. M. Chee, S. Ling, Y. Tan, X. Zhang. (2011). Universal cycles for minimum coverings of pairs by triples, with application to 2-radius sequences. Mathematics of Computation, 81(277), 585 - 603.
- Y. M. Chee, A. C. H. Ling, and J. Yin. (2010). Optimal partitioned cyclic difference packings for frequency hopping and code synchronization. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 56(11), 5738-5746.
- Y. M. Chee, G. Ge, A. C. H. Ling. (2010). Spectrum of sizes for perfect deletion-correcting codes. SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 24(1), 33-55.
- D. Zhang, Y. M. Chee, A. Mondal, A. K. H. Tung, M. Kitsuregawa. (2009). Keyword search in spatial databases: towards searching by document. IEEE 25th International Conference on Data Engineering (pp. 12).