Press Releases

Press Releases

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) 
Sustain Green Transport
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 
Showing Potential for Multiple Biomedical and Environmental Applications
Mr. Andy Fei Chi-En (left) and Prof. Wei Shyy, President of HKUST, officiate at the naming ceremony.
Mr. Andy Fei Chi-En (left) and Prof. Wei Shyy, President of HKUST, officiate at the naming ceremony. 
Prof. Pong Ting-Chuen (left), Chairman of the Undergraduate Admissions Subcommittee and Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions Office explain the benefits of the new “Major + X” framework.
Prof. Pong Ting-Chuen (left), Chairman of the Undergraduate Admissions Subcommittee and Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions Office explain the benefits of the new “Major + X” framework. 
Prof. Wang Jiguang (second right) and his research team members
Prof. Wang Jiguang (second right) and his research team members 
Intelligent transportation is one of the key research thrust areas of the proposed HKUST Guangzhou campus. The photo is an impression of the Guangzhou campus.
Intelligent transportation is one of the key research thrust areas of the proposed HKUST Guangzhou campus. The photo is an impression of the Guangzhou campus. 
(From right) Prof. Chen Qifeng, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST; Mr. James Prince, Academic Registrar, HKUST; Mr. Davis Bookhart, Senior Manager and Head, HKUST Sustainability Unit; and Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of HKUST’s GREAT Smart Cities Institute demonstrate how different HKUST documents can be verified using different devices.
(From right) Prof. Chen Qifeng, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST; Mr. James Prince, Academic Registrar, HKUST; Mr. Davis Bookhart, Senior Manager and Head, HKUST Sustainability Unit; and Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of HKUST’s GREAT Smart Cities Institute demonstrate how different HKUST documents can be verified using different devices. 
Blockchain-based Degree Authentication System
(From left) Agnes Chan, EY Managing Partner – Hong Kong & Macau; Prof. Tam Kar-Yan, Dean of HKUST Business School; Albert Lee, EY Global Tax Technology and Transformation Co-Leader and Asia-Pacific Tax Technology and Transformation Leader; and Ian MCNEILL, EY Asia Pacific Tax Deputy Leader.
(From left) Agnes Chan, EY Managing Partner – Hong Kong & Macau; Prof. Tam Kar-Yan, Dean of HKUST Business School; Albert Lee, EY Global Tax Technology and Transformation Co-Leader and Asia-Pacific Tax Technology and Transformation Leader; and Ian MCNEILL, EY Asia Pacific Tax Deputy Leader. 
Advanced Tech to Solve Complex Tax Issues
De Kai, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, demonstrates how the interactive visualization of the simulation works.
De Kai, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, demonstrates how the interactive visualization of the simulation works.