Kin-Woon Yeow is a researcher in the Human-Computer Interaction Group at the University of Hannover. His field of interests are population dynamic simulation and provable security. Currently, he is involved in the DSSARTH project funded by "BMEL - Programm zur Innovationsförderung" that aim to provide a user-friendly simulation tools for caretakers of the greenhouses. Specifically, the abbreviation of DSSARTH is "Verbundprojekt: Entwicklung eines automatisierten Entscheidungshilfe Systems für den biologischen und integrierten Pflanzenschutz unter Glas".
He started his bachelor study as Electronic Engineering majoring in Computer. He obtained exposure in web application environment of banking and finance field during the internship of his bachelor study. He started his first career as Software Design Engineer in Sony EMCS (Malaysia). During his work, the tasks assigned are migration of television's operating system to Android that inclusive writing test scripts and etc. After two years working experience in industry, he aims to pursue his Master degree in Computer Science. The study focus during his Master degree is on undeniable signature which is one of the classical signature algorithm.