Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Lam Siew Kei
Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering
Assistant Chair (Admissions and Outreach), School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE)
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Siew Kei received his BASc, MEng and PhD from School of Computer Engineering, NTU. He was a Visiting Research Fellow in the Imperial College of London, University of Warwick, and RWTH Aachen, Germany. He is currently an Associate Professor in School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE), NTU. His research investigates custom computing techniques to meet the challenging demands for performance, energy-efficiency, cost, reliability, and security in edge intelligence.
Custom Computing; High Level Synthesis; Heterogeneous and Reconfigurable Computing Systems; Embedded Vision and Autonomous Systems
 
  • Automotive Run-Time Anomaly Detection
  • Configurable Side-Channel-Aware Program Obfuscation
  • FL-SLAM: Federated Lifelong SLAM
  • Never-Ending Deep Learning Agent for Non-stationary Data Streams
  • Protecting Critical AI Assets for Edge Intelligence
  • Security, Reliability and Privacy of Modern Hardware Accelerators and Co-processors for Edge Implementation of Deep Learning Models
  • Superfast-VO: FPGA-based Multicamera Visual Odometry
US 2020/0151305 A1: Computer Program Code Obfuscation Methods And Systems (2022)
Abstract: Methods and systems for obfuscating computer program code are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method of generating obfuscated binary code from input source code for execution on a target processor comprises: generating a set of random obfuscation transform selections; and iteratively optimizing the obfuscation transform selections until a termination criterion is met. The obfuscation transformation selections may comprise indications of custom instructions which are executable on the co-processor in order to reduce side channel leakage.