See-Kiong Ng

See-Kiong Ng is currently the Department Head of the Data Mining Department at the Institute for Infocomm Research. He is also an adjunct associate professor at the School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University. Dr. Ng obtained his PhD in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University. He wrote the TrueAllele software when he was a graduate student at CMU. The program was eventually used by a biotech company in Iceland to genotype the entire Icelandic population, thereby beginning his brave journey into the exciting field of genomics as a computer scientist. Dr. Ng's current research focuses on unraveling the underlying functional mechanisms of protein interaction networks as well as other real-world networks. His continuing and emerging diverse and cross-disciplinary research interests include bioinformatics, text mining, social network mining, and privacy-preserving data mining.


Computational Knowledge Discovery for Bioinformatics Research
Xiao-Li Li, See-Kiong Ng. © 2012. 463 pages.
Biological and clinical studies provide valuable insight into the causes and potential cures of disease. Using statistics and data mining and other computational approaches...
Biological Data Mining in Protein Interaction Networks
Xiao-Li Li, See-Kiong Ng. © 2009. 450 pages.
Methods for detecting protein-protein interactions (PPIs) have given researchers a global picture of protein interactions on a genomic scale. Biological Data Mining in Protein...