Microsoft Research has been building partnerships with academia in Singapore since 2004 to advance research and broaden the impact and potential of computer science throughout the Asia Pacific region. Learn about our programs and opportunities.
MyCloud Project: E-Learning for the Chinese Language
Nan Chiau Primary School, Singapore Centre for Chinese Language – A Centre of Nanyang Technological University, National Institute of Education – Learning Sciences Laboratory, Office of Education Research, Microsoft Singapore, and Microsoft Research Asia are collaborating on a multi-year program (2010 through 2013) to explore the development and implementation of MyCloud to enhance the teaching and learning of the Chinese language. Launched in Singapore, MyCloud (My Chinese Language ubiquitOUs learning Days) is a multi-faceted interactive platform that takes advantage of Microsoft technology as well as expertise from the educational institutions to help students learn Chinese in a fun and interactive manner.
The Chinese name for MyCloud captures the spirit of the language, project, and accessibility through mobile technology and cloud computing.
Collaborative Research Projects
Microsoft Research Asia collaborates with world-class researchers in creative research. Learn more...
The internship program offers eligible students the opportunity to interact with top researchers while conducting research at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, China, and Microsoft Research headquarters in Redmond, Washington, United States. Learn more...
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Microsoft Research Asia works with universities in Singapore to develop advanced courses. Learn more...
Microsoft Research Asia executives and researchers pay regular visits to institutions in Singapore to participate in lectures and discussions.
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