BREAKTHROUGH IDEAS FOR DIGITAL MARKETS
2013/2014, Semester 2
School of Computing (Computer Science)
Modular Credits: 4
ENROLLMENT AND PREALLOCATION FOR CS3882, DEVELOPING BREAKTHROUGH IDEAS FOR DIGITAL MARKETS
Professor Juzar Motiwalla will select students for his module, CS3882, on Developing Breakthrough Ideas for Digital Markets. The class is open to undergraduate students from their 2
Year onwards. The number of students to be enrolled for CS3882 is limited.
More details can be found at
The lecturers are Professors Juzar Motiwalla, Pete Kellock and Wong Weng-Fai.
was a Partner at a Venture Capital company. He has been on the Boards of several ventures in the US and Asia, which have raised more than US$100m in investments. Recently he has been involved with three Mergers and Acquisitions, including a US$350 million acquisition last year. Previously he was CEO of Kent Ridge Digital Labs. He has worked closely with top executives of Apple, HP, IBM and other leading companies as well as with venture capitalists in Silicon Valley and Asia.
is an inventor, entrepreneur, and composer/audiovisual artist. Under his leadership as co-founder and CEO, Singapore-based muvee Technologies created a new category of consumer media product - automatic video editing software - and has to date shipped hundreds of millions of copies worldwide. He built muvee Technologies from first concept to a profitable multinational venture with over S$13m in revenue.
Wong Weng Fai
has been involved with CS3882 since the beginning, and his role is to bring a technical perspective to the projects.
CS3882 is offered in Semester 2 (2013/14), on Wednesdays 9 – 11am. We will also meet for other project review sessions, both as groups and individually, likely on Friday mornings. We will work these additional sessions out with the class.
The course can be only taken for credit (no sit-in) and is graded. Full attendance is expected.
If you wish to sign up for CS3882,
please fill in and submit the Google Forms link shown below by 21
Google Forms Link:
It is important that you be diligent in responding, as this course is selective – we want the class to be filled with ambitious and driven individuals. In this form, please pay particular attention to your answer to the question of why you wish to take the course, and please identify your achievements.
If you have any attachments to supplement your response to the form, please email Prof Juzar Motiwalla directly at
Students with questions about the course may also contact him at that e-mail.
The students to be preallocated for the module will be selected by 6
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