About Soo Ling Lim
Dr. Soo Ling Lim is a Research Associate at the UCL Interaction Centre, an Assistant Professor at the Honiden Laboratory, National Institute of Informatics in Japan, a Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Loja in Ecuador, and a Research Associate at the University of Bournemouth. Soo Ling is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in UK.
Soo Ling’s research investigates mobile app ecosystems, social networks, and requirements elicitation techniques for large-scale software projects.
Soo Ling received a Ph.D. in large-scale software requirements engineering from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia in 2011. Before her PhD, she was an ERP analyst programmer and a SAP consultant with the Computer Sciences Corporation. She was also a software engineer at CIC Secure, a Canberra-based company specialising in electronic key management and asset security systems. Soo Ling received a Bachelor of Software Engineering degree with first class honours from the Australian National University in 2005. During her bachelor’s degree, she repaired bicycles, distributed newspapers, and took up various internships.
Soo Ling won various prizes in her career, such as the Ready, Set, Transfer prize from the IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, the Most Valuable Team Member Award from the Computer Sciences Corporation, the Prize for Computer Science from the Australian Computer Society, the Dean’s Prize and the Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation from the Australian National University. She was also awarded the “proof of concept” funding from UCL Business for her PhD work.