Homecoming Sat, 18 August 2018
1pm to 5pm

Charity Run Sat, 22 September 2018
4pm to 7pm

Gala Dinner Fri, 12 October 2018
6pm to 10pm

Distinguished Speaker Series


A Theory of Spectral Clustering
by Prof Luca Trevisan, University of California, Berkeley

Thu 13 Dec 2018

10:30am to 11:30am

Executive Classroom, COM 2

Oasis: Privacy-preserving Smart Contracts at Scale
by Prof Dawn Song, University of California, Berkeley

Mon 12 Nov 2018

10:15am to 11:15am

Seminar Room 1, COM1

*This is a keynote talk for the two-day
Blockchain and Cybersecurity Workshop.*


Computational Sustainability
by Prof Carla P. Gomes, Cornell University

Thu 26 Apr 2018

4:00pm to 5:30pm

Executive Classroom, COM2






The Department of Computer Science (DCS) was established within the Faculty of Science, Nanyang University.



1978 - 1980

A three-year degree course in Computer Science was introduced.

The University of Singapore and Nanyang University merged to become National University of Singapore.

The Computer Science Society (CSS) student club was formed.



1983 - 1993

DCS became the Department of Information Systems and Computer Science (DISCS).

A new intergrated Information Systems and Computer Science degree programme was launched.

DISCS took occupancy of the new S15 building.

The Computer and Information Science Alumni Association (CISAA) was established.

DISCS took occupancy of the new S16 building.


The NUS School of Computing was established, comprising of the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Information Systems.

The curriculum was revised to offer four-year degree programmes in Computer Science or Information Systems.

CSS was renamed to the NUS Students' Computing Club.

NUS Computing took occupancy of the new S17 building.



2007 - 2017

The Department of Computer Science moved to the current COM1 and AS6 buidlings.

The Department of Information Systems moved to the current COM2 building.

CISAA was renamed to the Computing Alumni Association (CAA).

The Business Analytics degree programme was launched.

NUS Computing earned its best international ranking for computer science and information systems: 8th in the world and 1st in Asia.

Department of Information Systems was renamed to Department of Information Systems and Analytics.