Institute of High Performance Computing


People: Vibrant & Dynamic Culture



Computing Science (CS)

WONG Sum Thai

WONG Sum Thai

Research Interests:

  • Bioinformatics
  • Cell mechanics, influence of nanotopography on the behaviour of stem cells


  • M. Sc., Bioinformatics, National University of Singapore, 2004
  • M. Sc., Electrical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 2001
  • B.Eng. (Honours), Electrical Engineering, National University of Singapore, 1997

Published Journals/ Articles:


    • D.V. Le, S.T. Wong. A front-tracking method with Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces for studying liquid capsules enclosed by thin shells in shear flow, J. Comput. Phys.; 230: p. 3538-3555, 2011.
    • Z.X. Yeo, S.T. Wong, S.N. Arjunan, V. Piras, M. Tomita, K. Selvarajoo, A. Giuliani, M. Tsuchiya. Sequential logic model deciphers dynamic transcriptional control of gene expressions, PLoS ONE.; 2(1): p. e776, Aug. 2007.
    • M. Tsuchiya, S.T. Wong, Z.X. Yeo, A. Colosimo, M.C. Palumbo, L. Farina, M. Crescenzi, A. Mazzola, R. Negri, M.M. Bianchi, K. Selvarajoo, M. Tomita M, A. Giuliani. Gene expression waves. Cell cycle independent collective dynamics in cultured cells, FEBS J.; 274(11): p. 2878-2886, Jun. 2007.

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