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Visit SUTD

ASIACCS 2024 organizers have arranged a special tour to iTrust & FCCLab at SUTD. It is open only for ASIACCS’24 (conference/workshop) registered attendees. The tour will take place on 1 July 2024 at 14:00 – 16:00 (SGT). The total number of visitors is capped at 40 persons. A two-way transportation (i.e., from the conference venue to SUTD and back) will be provided for the participants.

If you wish to participate, please note the following points:

  • It is open only for ACM ASIACCS’24 registered attendees, capped at 40 persons.
  • Please indicate your interest by registering via the “Registration” link provided below (registration opens from 27 May to 5 June 2024).
  • The selected participants will be notified by email later.
  • A two-way bus will be provided for the participants (it departs at 14:00 from the conference venue and at 16:15 from SUTD).
  • If you are selected, please make sure to get your ACM ASIACCS’24 name tag at the conference venue before boarding the bus to SUTD (conference registration opens at 13:00 on 1 July 2024).


iTrust was jointly established by SUTD and the Singapore Ministry of Defence in 2012. One of iTrust’s core focus is to apply and improve its understanding of cyber threats to cyber-physical systems (CPS) and develop translatable technologies to mitigate such threats. iTrust’s approach is based on well-understood technical foundations in the interdisciplinary fields of control theory, artificial intelligence, axiomatic design and software engineering. The proposed models and techniques are being evaluated against, and demonstrated in our industrial-grade CPS testbeds: Secure Water Treatment (SWaT), Water Distribution System (WADI) and Electric Power and Intelligent Control (EPIC).


As part of the Research, Innovation and Enterprise plan, IMDA and NRF invested close to S$70M in the Future Communications Research & Development Programme (FCP) to support “cutting-edge” communications and connectivity research. As part of this initiative, the Future Communications Connectivity Lab (FCCLab) is established at SUTD. It facilitates research on future generations of communications technologies. It is an 5G-enabled open Radio Access Network (RAN) testbed that can provide a platform for testing and optimizing performance of different functional blocks (including both hardware and software modules that follow open interface specifications). The testbed leverages open-source software and tools from the OpenAirInterfaceTM (OAI) Software Alliance (OSA) and uses cloud-native software-defined radio access network (RAN) to support scalability, flexibility, reliability/resiliency, and cost-effectiveness.