Smart Nation

NUS is developing strategic capabilities in data sciences, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, optimisation research and analytics. These capabilities will enable Singapore to harness the power of data, networks and IT to improve our living environment, create economic opportunities and build a closer community for all.

Research Institutes and Centres

Smart Nation Research Cluster: 
Institutes/Centres managed under the Smart Nation Research Cluster, and housed at the Innovation i4.0 building include: 

AI Singapore 
National Initiative

Centre for Behavioural Economics
NUS Business School

Centre of Excellence in Modelling and Simulation for Next Generation Ports
Faculty of Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering and Management

Grab-NUS Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Institute of Data Science

Institute of Data Science
University-level Research Institute

Institute for Operations Research and Analytics
University-level Research Institute

National Cybersecurity R&D Laboratory
NUS School of Computing

Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk
University-level Research Institute

NUS-Singtel Cyber Security Research and Development Laboratory
Corporate Laboratory

Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium 
NUS School of Computing

Singapore Data Science Consortium
National Initiative

Virtual NUS
NUS Faculty of Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering and Management

Additional Institutes/Centres working in the fields of data sciences, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, optimisation research and analytics

Centre for Quantum Technologies
Research Centre of Excellence

CRYSTAL Centre
NUS School of Computing

NUS Centre for Research in Privacy Technologies (N-CRiPT)
NUS School of Computing

Trustworthy Systems from UN-trusted component Amalgamations
NUS School of Computing

Smart Systems Institute
University-level Research Institute

NExT++
NUS School of Computing, Smart Systems Institute

Keio Cute Centre
Smart Systems Institute

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