Associate Professor
School of Computing Science
University of Glasgow, Singapore

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SIT Building, Level 8
73 Woodlands Ave 9, S 737729

E: SyeLoong.Keoh (at)
T: +65 6908 6042
The advances in wireless technology have led to a paradigm shift where sensors, actuators and objects around us are increasing becoming more intelligent and smarter in fulfilling the user's needs. These devices inter-connect with each other in order to collaborate and co-operate constantly. Pervasive Computing, Ubiquitous Computing and Internet-of-Things are the common terminology used in the research community to refer to this paradigm.

Last Updated: 05 Oct 2015 © SLK UoGS
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Security & Privacy: Investigating light-weight security protocols and designing new crypto primitives for Pervasive Computing and IoT. Security architecture for IoT (WiSec'13), DTLS-based Multicast Security for IoT (IETF), Key Management for BSN (ICC'11 & Percom'09).
Wireless Sensor Networks: Development of a middleware platform on embedded systems for lighting control, health monitoring and smart grid. The IETF CoAP Protocol and 6LoWPAN, Self-Managed Cell for eHealth applications (Mobiquitous'07)
System & Network Management: Adopting a policy-based approach to manage the device and system behaviour, thus enabling context-adaptation through a close-loop feedback control. Autonomic management of eHealth (AMUSE), access management for BAC (ICS & SCADA'13
Smart Cities
Building Automation
Oct 26 - 27, 2015       Singapore  
Cloud Asia and ICCCRI Conference

Dec 8 - 11, 2015        Los Angeles
ACSAC Conference 

Dec 14 - 16, 2015       Morocco         
Information Assurance Security (IAS)

May 23 - 27, 2016       Kuala Lumpur
IEEE ICC Conference

Jun 17 - Jul 15, 2016   Glasgow UK
Overseas Immersion Program (OIP) 

Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
University of Glasgow Singapore
University of Glasgow
Imperial College London
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Republic Polytechnic Singapore

Philips Research
A*Star Research Institute

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
With grateful acknowledgement