Ritchie Ng

Singaporean

Summary

Industry

Head of Data & AI at Eastspring Investments leading AI and data engineering globally.

Core tech stack: Python, Golang, CUDA, SQL, Bash, and Docker.

Previously programmed end-to-end systems covering data engineering, systematic trading, and deep learning signals for systematic systems trading billions in systematic global macro hedge funds.

Academia

Visiting Research Scholar in NExT++ Lab, a joint AI research lab based in National University of Singapore (NUS) between NUS and Tsinghua University.

Education

Master's degree from Imperial College London and Bachelor's degree from NUS.

Awards, Fellowships, and Scholarships

  • Singapore Computer Society IT Youth Leader of The Year (2019)
    100%
  • NUS Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme Fellow (2018)
    100%
  • NUS Philip Yeo Innovation Fellowship (2017)
    100%
  • NUS Global Merit Scholarship (2014-2018)
    100%

Papers, Workshops, and Projects

Selected Open Access Publications
Corporate Experience
2021 - Present
Corporate Experience
Head of Data & AI

• Leading AI and data engineering globally.

• Core tech stack: Python, Golang, CUDA, SQL, Bash, and Docker.

• Eastspring Investments is one of Asia's largest asset manager with an AUM of 254 billion USD as at 30 June 2021

Academia Experience
2016 - Present
Academia Experience
Research Scholar / NExT++ NUS

• Conducting open-source applied deep learning research with multimodal and multilingual data in Asian systematic trading strategies

• Published papers in top-tier workshops and conferences like ICML and SIGIR

• Based in Sea-NExT Lab, a joint AI research lab based in National University of Singapore (NUS) between NUS, Tsinghua University, University of Southampton, and Sea Ltd.

Academia Experience
Master's Degree / Imperial College London

• MSc in Business Analytics

Academia Experience
Bachelor's Degree / NUS

• First Class Honours (Highest Distinction)

• NUS Global Merit Scholar (Top Full Scholarship)

• Philip Yeo Innovation (PYI) Fellow

• Chua Thian Poh CLP Fellow