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University of Auckland (Academia)


Dr. Yun Sing Koh

University of Auckland (Academia)

Yun Sing Koh is an Associate Professor at the School of Computer Science, The University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her main research area is Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). Specifically focusing on several research strands: continual learning and adaptation, transfer learning anomaly detection, and data stream mining. Yun Sing is passionate about using machine learning for social good, and her research has been applied to interdisciplinary applications in environmental and health domains. Yun Sing has published 100+ peer-reviewed publications in top conferences and journals, including IJCAI, IEEE ICDE, IEEE ICDM, Machine Learning Journal and Journal of Artificial Intelligence. She won the New Zealand Royal Society Fast-Start Marsden funding (2018) and the United States Office of Naval Research Grant (2019). Yun Sing has been active in the research community, including serving as the General Co-Chair at the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2021 and Australasian Data Mining Conference 2022, Workshop Co-Chair at the ECML/PKDD conference 2021, Program Co-Chair of the Australasian Data Mining Conference 2018 and as the Workshop Co-Chair for the 15th Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. She leads the Advanced Machine Learning and Data Analytics Research (MARS) Lab and the Director of the Centre of Machine Learning for Social Good (

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