Session 2 – AI for Biotech & Healthcare
Date: 24 July (Wednesday) 14:00 – 18:00 Venue: 3F, Bldg. A, CTBC Financial Park, Ballroom B
Director and Chief Solution Architect
Nvidia AI Technology Center;
Chief Scientific Computing Officer and Professor
Shanghai Jiao Tong University;
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT);
Professor (Adjunct) KMUTT and NTU (Singapore)
Professor Simon See is currently the Solution Architecture and Engineering Director and Chief Solution Architect for Nvidia AI Technology Center. He is also a Professor and Chief Scientific Computing Officer at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Professor in Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT). He is being conferred as a Distinguished Fudan Scholar in September 2018 by Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Previously Professor See is also the Chief Scientific Computing Advisor for BGI (China) and has a position in Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and King-Mong Kung University of Technology (Thailand). Professor See is currently involved in a number of smart city projects, especially in Singapore and China. His research interests are in the area of High-Performance Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computational Science, Applied Mathematics and Simulation Methodology. Professor See is also leading some of the AI initiatives in the Asia Pacific. He is a Steering Committee member of NSCC’s flagship High Performance Computing Conference Supercomputing Asia (SCA) since March 2018.. He has published over 200 papers in these areas and has won various awards.
Professor See is also the member of SIAM, IEEE, and IET. He is also the committee member of more than 50 conferences.
Dr. See graduated from the University of Salford (UK) with a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and numerical analysis in 1993. Prior to joining NVIDIA, Dr. See worked for SGI, DSO National Lab. of Singapore, IBM, International Simulation Ltd (UK), Sun Microsystems and Oracle. He is also providing consultancy to a number of national research and supercomputing centers.