2023 Research Integrity Conference


In-person conference occuring on Wednesday, 10 May 2023


Registration is free, and can be done via our eventbrite page.

Registrations will close on 1 May 2023.



Auditorium 2, University Town

National University of Singapore

2 College Ave West, Level 1 Stephen Riady Centre



By public transport

Alight at Kent Ridge MRT station, take Exit A. Take NUS Internal Shuttle Bus D2 from the Bus Stop #18331. Alight 5 stops later at University Town.

Alight at Clementi MRT station, take Exit B and take bus 183 from Bus Stop #17179, or take 96 from Clementi Interchange. Alight at Bus stop #17099 (at Yale-NUS College).


By car/taxi/private hire

From AYE towards Tuas or City, take Exit 9, turn left on Clementi Road, turn left onto Kent Ridge Crescent, turn left onto College Link Road at the roundabout.

From Dover Road (either direction), turn into University Town

Parking is available in the basement of Stephen Riady Centre.



Click here for program and details on speakers


Poster Session


If you would like to present a poster at the 2023 Research Integrity Conference, kindly submit a poster abstract for consideration by the poster review panel. Successful abstract submissions will be notified via email and expected to prepare a poster based on the abstract assessed.

Posters will be displayed and judged on the conference day by a panel of judges, with winners eligible for gift vouchers.


Abstract guidelines:

    1. Abstracts to be submitted in a MS Word Document as an attachment to sirion.singapore@gmail.com

    2. Include the following sections in your abstract submission:

      a. Title

      b. Author affiliations

      c. Abstract (maximum of 200 words)

    3. Please avoid adding images, charts or diagrams in your abstract; they may be included in the final poster.

    4. Abstracts qualifying for a poster presentation will be announced via email at least 3 weeks before the conference.


Poster guidelines:

    1.To encourage networking and sharing of ideas, poster abstracts submitted by any party (including but not limited to research administrators, researchers, academics, students, librarians, government or ethical boards) will be considered.

    2.Posters should fulfil the purpose of sharing knowledge or standard operating procedures on any of the following topics: research ethics, research integrity, research data management, responsible conduct of research. Purely scientific papers presenting academic findings on artificial intelligence/big data is not suitable for this conference audience.

    3.Successful abstracts will be notified at least 3 weeks before the conference and will be expected to prepare a printed A1-sized, coloured poster of portrait orientation, to be displayed and presented at the conference. Poster printing costs will be borne by the individual.


    Poster presenters (minimum 1 per poster) will be expected to speak to the content of their posters at several designated sessions throughout the conference.


    Conference Steering Committee
    ​Steering Committee Members
    ​Prof Philip Keith Moore​ (Chair)

    Chief Research Compliance Officer;

    Chief Research Integrity Officer

    Assoc Prof Low Chian Ming (Deputy Chair)

    Deputy Chief Research Compliance Officer;

    Deputy Chief Research Integrity Officer

    Prof Simon Chesterman

    Senior Director of AI Governance, AI Singapore;

    NUS Vice Provost (Educational Innovation)

    Prof Andy Hor A*STAR Deputy Chief Executive (Research) Profile
    Assoc Prof Roderick Bates NTU Research Integrity Officer Profile

    Conference Secretariats

    Contact: sirion.singapore@gmail.com

    Conference Secretariats
    Dr Andy Liew

    Research Integrity and Ethics Office (RIEO), Nanyang Technological University

    Mr Erwin Teo Research Ethics, Agency for Science, Technology and Research
    Dr Nicole Yeo Research Compliance and Integrity Office (RCIO), National University of Singapore



    Integrity without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without integrity is dangerous and dreadful. - Samuel Johnson