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Dr. David Chung, Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology (fourth left), Mr. Adam Kwok, Executive Director of Sun Hung Kai Properties (center), Prof. Tim Cheng Kwang-Ting, Dean of Engineering (third left), and Prof. Zhang Xin, Chair Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of HKUST (first left), Dr. Trisha Leahy, Chief Executive (second left), Dr. Raymond So, Director of Elite Training Science and Technology (first right), Mr. Shen Jinkang, Head Cycling Coach (third right), and elite cycling a
Dr. David Chung, Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology (fourth left), Mr. Adam Kwok, Executive Director of Sun Hung Kai Properties (center), Prof. Tim Cheng Kwang-Ting, Dean of Engineering (third left), and Prof. Zhang Xin, Chair Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of HKUST (first left), Dr. Trisha Leahy, Chief Executive (second left), Dr. Raymond So, Director of Elite Training Science and Technology (first right), Mr. Shen Jinkang, Head Cycling Coach (third right), and elite cycling athlete Lee Wai-Sze of the Hong Kong Sports Institute (fourth right), and Dr. Chan Kwok-Ki, Vice-chairman of The Cycling Association of Hong Kong, China Limited (second right), attended the ceremony to show their support of the Project. 
Prof. Ricky LEE Shi-Wei (middle), Chair Professor of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at HKUST, demonstrates how the UVC LED disinfection closet works, along with Mr. LAM Kwok-Wai (left) and Mr. Martin MAK, Principal and Assistant Warden respectively of the Po Leung Kuk Yu Lee Mo Fan Memorial School.
Prof. Ricky LEE Shi-Wei (middle), Chair Professor of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at HKUST, demonstrates how the UVC LED disinfection closet works, along with Mr. LAM Kwok-Wai (left) and Mr. Martin MAK, Principal and Assistant Warden respectively of the Po Leung Kuk Yu Lee Mo Fan Memorial School. 
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry.
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry. 
Prof. Yang Jinglei uses carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite (in his hands) and versatile microcapsules (shown on display) to manufacture self-healing, fire-resistant, and impact-proof multifunctional structures, contributing to a lightweight and safer solution for aircraft and electric vehicles.
Prof. Yang Jinglei uses carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite (in his hands) and versatile microcapsules (shown on display) to manufacture self-healing, fire-resistant, and impact-proof multifunctional structures, contributing to a lightweight and safer solution for aircraft and electric vehicles. 
Prof. Tsui Chi-Ying, Head of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (third right), Dr. Luisa Mok Sze-Man, Lecturer of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (second left), Mr. Cyril Aubin, Managing Director of Hong Kong Tramways (third left), Mr. Nixon Cheung, Head of Commercial and Brand of Hong Kong Tramways (first left), and Year 2 students of Integrative Systems and Design Katie Chong (second right) and Jasmine Li (first right)
Prof. Tsui Chi-Ying, Head of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (third right), Dr. Luisa Mok Sze-Man, Lecturer of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (second left), Mr. Cyril Aubin, Managing Director of Hong Kong Tramways (third left), Mr. Nixon Cheung, Head of Commercial and Brand of Hong Kong Tramways (first left), and Year 2 students of Integrative Systems and Design Katie Chong (second right) and Jasmine Li (first right) 
(From left) Prof. Tim Cheng, Prof. Khaled B. Letaief, and Prof. Zhang Qian are newly elected Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences.
(From left) Prof. Tim Cheng, Prof. Khaled B. Letaief, and Prof. Zhang Qian are newly elected Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences. 
Prof. Gao Ping (second left), her PhD student Gu Qiao (second right), as well as Cheung Shu-Kwan (first left) and Walter Lee (first right) from Design and Manufacturing Services Facility of HKUST
Prof. Gao Ping (second left), her PhD student Gu Qiao (second right), as well as Cheung Shu-Kwan (first left) and Walter Lee (first right) from Design and Manufacturing Services Facility of HKUST 
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Apr
Prof. Khaled B. LETAIEF
28 Apr 2021
信報 - 突尼西亞無線通訊專家 李德富科大開荒2G教到6G
Prof. Khaled B. LETAIEF
14
Apr
Prof. Tim CHENG
14 Apr 2021
信報 - 科大工學院院長鄭光廷:得天下英才而教育之,三樂也
Prof. Tim CHENG
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At the award ceremony, Dr. Yin Ran shared his rewarding experience in the engineering research journey at HKUST with other postgraduate research students.
At the award ceremony, Dr. Yin Ran shared his rewarding experience in the engineering research journey at HKUST with other postgraduate research students. 
Prof. Yang Hai is recognized for his outstanding research, selfless mentorship, and exceptional editorial expertise.
Prof. Yang Hai is recognized for his outstanding research, selfless mentorship, and exceptional editorial expertise. 
HKUST Robotics Team won the championship on the second day of the HKSTP Human-Robot Basketball Competition held in Hong Kong Science Park.
HKUST Robotics Team won the championship on the second day of the HKSTP Human-Robot Basketball Competition held in Hong Kong Science Park. 
Prof. Yang Jinglei’s research interfaces cross-disciplinary areas ranging from chemistry, materials engineering, manufacturing to mechanics.
Prof. Yang Jinglei’s research interfaces cross-disciplinary areas ranging from chemistry, materials engineering, manufacturing to mechanics. 
Prof. Fung was discouraged to be an engineer when in high school but she stood by her choice with her contrarian personality.
Prof. Fung was discouraged to be an engineer when in high school but she stood by her choice with her contrarian personality. 
Prof. Khaled B. Letaief was recognized by the prestigious US National Academy of Engineering for contributions to wireless systems research and academic leadership.
Prof. Khaled B. Letaief was recognized by the prestigious US National Academy of Engineering for contributions to wireless systems research and academic leadership. 
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