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Hee H. (Anne) Ngu

I am currently a Full Professor with the Department of Computer Science at Texas State University. My main research interests are in information integration, Internet of Things, automating personnal, scientific and business processes, service computing, databases, and object-oriented and agent technologies. I have worked in different countries as a researcher, including Institute of Systems Science in Singapore, Tilburg University in the Netherlands , Telcordia Technologies, Lawrence Livermore National Laborartory , CSIRO, Sydney, Australia and MCC in Austin, Texas. From 1992-2000, I worked as a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia where I specialized in the teaching on databases and performing research in next generation database systems. I also hold an adjunct Associate Professor position at UNSW from 2002-2006 and a visiting scholar position at University of California, Berkeley in the fall of 2015. My research have been funded by Australian Reseach Council, National Science Foundation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

NSF-STEM SPARK Scholars Program Flyer
NSF-CISE REU Site Program on Software Systems and Analysis
Internet of Things Workshop (C-IOT 2014)
NCWIT Mentoring Award
Research Interests
Teaching Interests... cs5369G...cs4332...cs5376...cs5332...cs3354...cs4354
REUIOT students' presentations
NSF-CISE REU Site Program on Internet of Things:REUIOT (archived)
NSF-OCI REU Site Program on Information Retrieval (archived)
Seminars organized
WISE 2005 Conference
Professional Service
My background
My students
ACM Code of Ethics

Dr Anne H.H. Ngu
Department of Computer Science
Texas State University
601 University Drive, San Marcos, Texas 78666-4616 Office: Comal Building, Room 311C
My Curriculum Vitae
Phone: +1 512 245 2349 . . . . . Fax : +1 512 245 8750
"The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts" C.S. Lewis