Published on: 29-Sep-2020
SCSE student Tu Anqi's final year project on “Development of an AI-powered Shareable Bike Rebalancing System” has been highly commended in the Computer Sciences category of The Undergraduate Awards 2020. Her project is placed in the top 10% of the 4,148 submissions from undergraduate students around the world to this year’s programme.
Among the 11 Highly Commended Entrants recognised this year under the Computer Science category, Anqi is the only student from Singapore.
Undergraduate Award (UA) is a prestigious and the world’s largest undergraduate academic awards programme. It is uniquely pan-discipline, identifying leading creative thinkers through their undergraduate coursework. It recognises and rewards innovative young thinkers across 25 disciplines from business to engineering.
Tu Anqi is a recent alumna from the class of 2020, who has graduated with a Double Degree in Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Science). She is also the recipient of the prestigious the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal and IMDA Gold Medal this year. Her mentor is Assistant Professor Yu Han.
SCSE congratulates her for having achieved this additional outstanding recognition.
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