Dr. Insu Song

Dr. Insu Song

Dr. Insu Song

Senior Lecturer, Information Technology


  • PhD in Computer Science (UQ)
  • BInfoTech (1st Class Honours)
  • BSc (Physics)
  • Certified TAA for RTOs (Registered Training Organizations in Australia)

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Dr Song received his PhD in Computer Science from The University of Queensland. He has more than 10 years of industry experience in the field of embedded system design, industrial control system design, signal processing, patent analysis, and multimedia/game software development. Dr Song was awarded a prestigious international grant from Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to work on mobile applications for providing “Early Child Health Intervention Using Breathing Sound.”

Grants (Total S$226,500)

  1. AU$39,000, JCU Teaching and Learning Development Grant, Colin Lemmon, Carrie Lui, David Cottrell, John Hamilton, Alan Clader, and Insu Song. Flexible and engaging psychology experimental investigation with 3D virtual world. 2012
  2. US$100000, sole PI of Grand Challenges in Exploration grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for project “Early Child Health Intervention Using Breathing Sound”. 2011-2012.
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  3. S$12,500, Sole PI of JCUS Research Funding for project “Low-Cost Cell Phone-Based Approach for Detecting Lower Respiratory Infectious Diseases”. 2011-2012
  4. S$5000, One of PIs of JCUS Research Funding for project “Automated Assessor for Appearance Attractiveness”. 2011-2012
  5. S$25,000, Lead PI of JCUS Research Funding for project “MPEG-7 annotation system for the acquisition of behavioural data of marine species”. 2010-2011
  6. A$1000, research funding from Trailblazer Highly Commended Student Award, 2006. Uniquest 2006 Trailblazer competition.