Academic Profile : Faculty

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Mr Chew Chee Hua, Neumann
Senior Lecturer, College of Business (Nanyang Business School)
Neumann Chew C.H. was previously Principal and Head of Analytics at SAS Institute where he designed and lead advanced analytics solution for government agencies, banks, insurance companies, hospitals and large corporations. Prior to SAS Institute, he was Head of Research & Statistics at Ministry of Health, and Professor of Financial Mathematics in Dubai Academic City.

He teaches Analytics and Machine Learning, and had written the textbook Artificial Intelligence, Analytics and Data Science, Volume 1. Three volumes are planned.

List of Courses Taught:
BC2406: Analytics I: Visual & Predictive Techniques.
BC2407: Analytics II: Advanced Predictive Techniques.
RE6013: Business Analytics and Applied Machine Learning. [Masters level]
AN6003: Analytics Strategy. [Masters level]

List of Corporate Consulting and Training Workshop Clients:
Accenture, Barclays, Bosch, Central Provident Fund Board, Credit Suisse, DBS Bank, Economic Development Board, Energy Market Authority, Grab, Google, Housing & Development Board, HP, IBM, Infineon Technologies, Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, Integrated Health Information Systems, International Enterprise Singapore, JTC Corporation, M1, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Manpower, Ministry of Social and Family Development, Nanyang Technological University, National University Health System, National University of Singapore, OCBC Bank, Republic of Singapore Navy, Senoko Energy, Singapore Airlines, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore Management University, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore Police Force, Singapore Power, Singtel, SMRT, SONY Electronics, Starhub, ST Engineering, Sumitomo Chemical Asia, Temasek International, Uber, United Overseas Bank, VISA, Wells Fargo Bank, ...
1. Analytics
2. Data Science
3. Machine Learning
4. Artificial Intelligence