Wai Ting LEUNG 梁煒霆
Wai Ting LEUNG 梁煒霆 

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kwtleung@ust.hk

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First Name (and Middle Name If Any)
Wai Ting
LEUNG
梁煒霆
Highest Degree Acquired (e.g. PhD in Engineering Science)
PhD in Computer Science and Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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kwtleung@ust.hk

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Research Interests

Research Interests
Data mining
Data visualization
Information retrieval
Mobile computing

Biography

Biography

Dr. Kenneth Wai-Ting LEUNG is an Assistant Professor in Engineering Education in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST. Receiving his Computer Science degree in University of British Columbia, he has further pursued his Master and PhD studies in Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST. He has been teaching a variety of computer science courses at all levels. He is the project leader of the Teaching Development Grant (TDG) projects, "Flipping the Classroom with iPad" and "Social Gaming Platform for COMP2711". Dr. Leung uses interactive and collaborative activities that stimulate critical and creative thinking in his classes. He has received numerous positive comments about his teaching style and skills in his teaching evaluations. He has also received the Best Teaching Award in the Master of Science Program in Information Technology.

Research Interests

Research Interests
Data mining
Data visualization
Information retrieval
Mobile computing

Biography

Biography

Dr. Kenneth Wai-Ting LEUNG is an Assistant Professor in Engineering Education in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST. Receiving his Computer Science degree in University of British Columbia, he has further pursued his Master and PhD studies in Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST. He has been teaching a variety of computer science courses at all levels. He is the project leader of the Teaching Development Grant (TDG) projects, "Flipping the Classroom with iPad" and "Social Gaming Platform for COMP2711". Dr. Leung uses interactive and collaborative activities that stimulate critical and creative thinking in his classes. He has received numerous positive comments about his teaching style and skills in his teaching evaluations. He has also received the Best Teaching Award in the Master of Science Program in Information Technology.