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Autonomous Vehicles Developed by HKUST Engineering Professor Serve the Community during COVID-19 Outbreak in Mainland China
Mashiat Lamisa (third right) and her teammates Ilana Zimmerman (second right) and Dama Correch (third left) received the Empower Women Through Technology Prize at the cmd-f all-female* hackathon held at the University of British Columbia.
Undergraduate Student’s App to Promote Women’s Rights Won in All-Female Hackathon
The smart sensor mounted on a tree at the HKUST campus helps to monitor the tree’s stability.
Using Sensing Technology for Sustainable Tree Management
HKUST Researchers Develop a Smart Fever Screening System Offering a More Efficient Solution to Safeguard Public Health
All people entering the city from abroad who have to undergo quarantine will download the mobile app StayHomeSafe from March 14, 2020.
HKUST Researchers Develop Smart Geo-Fencing Technology for Home Quarantine amid COVID-19 Pandemic
(From left) Prof. Joseph Kwan, Adjunct Professor from the Division of Environment & Sustainability; Prof. Yeung King-Lun from the Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, and Mr. Hamilton Hung, Chief Marketing Officer of HKUST’s industrial partner Chiaphua Industries Ltd, present the multiple opportunities in applications of the new coating formula MAP-1.
HKUST Develops New Smart Antimicrobial Coating in Fight Against COVID-19
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Our line of distinguished faculty to explain phenomena, introduce innovations, debunk myths and share their engineering vision
"Our transition to a robotics-aided world has been so gradual but seamless that we may soon forget what life was even like before automation." Prof. LI Zexiang
"Engineering, especially computer engineering, is an amazing area. You can develop new technologies in the field and see how they change or improve people’s daily lives. That’s just more than awesome." Prof. ZHANG Qian
"When I Skype with my grandchildren on my cellphone, I enjoy seeing their most beautiful faces - on an OLED screen." Prof. TANG Ching-Wan, inventor of OLED
"AI is like a fast-running car. Data is like engine oil. Once the engine oil is refined into gas, we can propel this car to accomplish meaningful missions." Prof. YANG Qiang
"The joy of doing research is that you have the freedom to decide what problems to solve and how you can contribute to society." Prof. Irene LO
"We are naturally very excited about setting a world record. This is the first step in our research on capturing and analyzing giant photographs and videos." Prof. Pedro SANDER
"Design thinking, characterized by its divergent-convergent process, is a human-centered and creative problem-solving technique for innovation." Prof. Ravindra S. GOONETILLEKE
"To tackle complex and 'wicked' problems of the future, beyond knowledge and abilities, teamwork, creativity and grit are important skills for our students to cultivate." Dr. Winnie Suk Wai LEUNG
"The joy of autonomous driving research is to enable better living for everyone, towards seamless and highly efficient automatic transportation and logistics." Prof. Ming LIU
"I hope more women will consider engineering as a career to change the status quo and to say, 'I can do it too.'"  Prof. Angela Ruohao WU
"A research topic good enough for an academic paper may not be translatable into a commercial product. This involves using design thinking, a user-centric approach, to solve problems." Prof. Sai Kit YEUNG
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QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Engineering & Technology
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#1 in Hong Kong for 10 consecutive years
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SENG’s Communications and External Affairs team is dedicated to ensuring liaison between the School and the mass media. We pledge to keep the public informed of the achievements of our students, faculty and alumni, as well as our groundbreaking research results, influential collaborations and initiatives, innovations in engineering pedagogy and other School-related matters. For more information, please contact: 

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