- 4 Awards Won at National Innovation And Quality Circles (NIQC) Convention 2007
National Innovation and Quality Circles (NIQC) Convention 2007 organized by SPRING Singapore promotes teams of individuals working together to enhance innovation and quality in enterprises.
Competing amongst 74 submissions from organizations such as MINDEF, HDB, ITE, Sembcorp Design & Construction, AMD, Philip Electronics, Seagate Technology, schools and others, Computer Centre & ITU Teams walked away with 2 Gold, 1 Silver and 1 Bronze at the NIQC Convention 2007 held on 29 Aug, 2007.
Awards Projects Project Team/Group
An Auto Pilot to Hacker’s Intrusions Computer Centre:
Ma Hui Juan
A successful intrusion attempt amounts to a compromise of the machine, which will in turn incur cost of productivity, recovery and damage to the NUS image.
This in-house developed mechanism automatically detects traces, identifies intruding culprits and lodges reports to the relevant authorities. The mechanism not only frees the incident handler the manual work, it also uplifts the credibility and image of NUS information security incident handling and response capability.
Proposal Submission and Conference Registration System ITU (FASS):
Kwok Wai Tat, Neo Sian Hu
Tan Keok Tay
Centre for Language Studies:
Chan Wai Meng
Chen Ing Ru
T Kim Dong-Ha
Kong Yen Teck
An online system that facilitates the convenience for conference proposal submission, registration and administrative function by sharing common information of delegates across systems, flexibility for conference delegates to manage personal information, and with robust search capabilities.
The system has helped the faculty with an annual cost-savings of about $34,431.06, for organizing at least three conferences, seminars or event such as home-coming for alumni every year.
Graduation and Academic Planning System Office of Programmes (FASS):
A/P Yong Mun Cheong
Chiu Kok Onn
Neo Sian Hu
FASS (Dean’s Office):
Bun Pui Yoke
Shaw Lay Pheng
Kong Yen Teck
GAPS is a 1-stop service where students of Faculty of Arts Social Sciences (FASS) can declare/change their course module majors and minors; classify modules into various graduation requirements; compare those that have read against graduation requirements; formulate personal study plans; and file for graduation with accumulated modules.
The system also facilitates academic advisors in monitoring students' academic progress with clear and helpful advice.
Launched in early 2004, the system has gone through various enhancements, and has reaped an annual cost savings of approx. $130,500.
NUS NoSpamMail Computer Centre:
Tan Khon Han
Wong Eik Lin
Seet Lik Hau
Ghee Chao Ping
Yong Fong Lian
Chew-Goh Swee Wah
NUS NoSpamMail takes a central but user-centric approach that tightly integrates with the NUSmail, detects and redirects suspected spam emails, and consolidates them into a Spam folder automatically with an ageing limit of 30 days.
The management of the Spam folder is left to the discretion of the individual user. It also incorporates sophisticated heuristic rules and artificial intelligence to analyze email header and content based on multiple levels of characteristics to produce spam confidence rating.
An annual cost saving of S$550,000 was achieved, through interpreting 200 hours of staff and students productivity saved daily.
- NUS Quality Service Day 2006/2007 Superstar Challenge - Champion
Computer Centre has won the championship award with our very own Skit titled "A Great Way to Service" on 4th Jan 2007 during the NUS Quality Service Day ... [more]