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Sung Kah Kay Assistance Professor in All Areas of Computer Science

National University of Singapore

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Sung Kah Kay Assistant Professor in All Areas of Computer Science


The Department of Computer Science at the National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications for the Sung Kah Kay Assistant Professorship. Applicants can be in any area of computer science. This prestigious chair was set up in memory of the late Assistant Professor Sung Kah Kay after his untimely demise early in his career at NUS. Candidates should be early in their academic careers and yet demonstrate outstanding research potential, and strong commitment to teaching.


The Department enjoys ample research funding, moderate teaching loads, excellent facilities, and extensive international collaborations. We have a full range of faculty covering all major research areas in computer science and boasts a thriving PhD program that attracts the brightest students from the region and beyond. More information is available at  


NUS is an equal opportunity employer that offers highly competitive salaries, and is situated in Singapore, an English-speaking cosmopolitan city that is a melting pot of many cultures, both the east and the west. Singapore offers high-quality education and healthcare at all levels, as well as very low tax rates.


Application Details:

•     Submit the following documents (in a single PDF) online via:


          - A cover letter that indicates the position applied for and the main research interests

          - Curriculum Vitae

          - A teaching statement

          - A research statement


•    Provide the contact information of 3 referees when submitting your online application, or, arrange for at      least 3 references to be sent directly to


•    Application reviews will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled


•               If you have further enquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair, Weng-Fai Wong, at