|Asst Prof Akshar Saxena||Health economics;
Economics of aging;
Non-communicable diseases and obesity;
Health sector reform and comparative health care systems
Pensions and retirement.
|Assoc Prof Anupam Chattopadhyay||Computing Architecture
|Asst Prof Chou Meng-Hsuan||Regionalism 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)
|Assoc Prof Kang Meng Chow||Information Security Risk Management; Information Security Professional Practices; Cybersecurity Strategy, Policy, and Regional Development (Asia).
|Asst Prof Katagiri, Azusa||interstate conflict, diplomatic communication in interstate crises, bureaucratic decision-making in foreign policy, and statistical and computational methods
|Asst Prof Kei Koga||IR theory
East Asian regional security
|Prof Lam Kwok Yan||Distributed Systems Security,
Multi-modal Biometrics in Homeland Security,
Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
|Prof Liow Chin Yong, Joseph||My 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.
|Dr Loh Ming Hui Dylan||Chinese 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 Haines||My 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.