Electronic and Computer Engineering

Electronic and Computer Engineering

Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago.
Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago. 
Three more School of Engineering faculty have been appointed to named professorships: (from left) Prof. Khaled Ben Letaief, Prof. Chan Man-Sun, and Prof. Li Zexiang.
Three more School of Engineering faculty have been appointed to named professorships: (from left) Prof. Khaled Ben Letaief, Prof. Chan Man-Sun, and Prof. Li Zexiang. 
Generous Support from Donors
Prof. Tim Cheng (fourth from right) joined the award presentation ceremony held in Taiwan via video conferencing.
Prof. Tim Cheng (fourth from right) joined the award presentation ceremony held in Taiwan via video conferencing. 
The new platform, COVIDep, periodically pools SARS-CoV-2 sequence data and compares with experimentally-determined epitopes of SARS-CoV, to provide scientists around the world an up-to-date set of vaccine target recommendations for COVID-19.
The new platform, COVIDep, periodically pools SARS-CoV-2 sequence data and compares with experimentally-determined epitopes of SARS-CoV, to provide scientists around the world an up-to-date set of vaccine target recommendations for COVID-19. 
Su Dan led two HKUST teams to win two competitions during her first 12 months as a PhD student.
Su Dan led two HKUST teams to win two competitions during her first 12 months as a PhD student. 
Collaborative spirit: group picture, alumnus Dr. Tsui Kwong-Hoi (left), Vice President of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong Dr. Lo Kam-Wing (center), and Prof. Fan Zhiyong (right).
Collaborative spirit: group picture, alumnus Dr. Tsui Kwong-Hoi (left), Vice President of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong Dr. Lo Kam-Wing (center), and Prof. Fan Zhiyong (right). 
Boosting Technology Transfer
As a 2020 Young Scientist, Prof. Shi Ling joins a community of the most forward-thinking and celebrated scientific minds in the world.
As a 2020 Young Scientist, Prof. Shi Ling joins a community of the most forward-thinking and celebrated scientific minds in the world. 
Engineering faculty members shared their experiences and research efforts to fight COVID-19 in a joint webinar with the University of Strathclyde.
Engineering faculty members shared their experiences and research efforts to fight COVID-19 in a joint webinar with the University of Strathclyde. 
Fostering Global Exchanges
The team has successfully made the prototype of the “super human eye” – an artificial visual system that uses a spherical biomimetic electrochemical eye with hemispherical retina made of a high-density perovskite nanowire array. From left: Swapnadeep Poddar, Shu Lei, Zhang Daquan, Prof. Fan Zhiyong, Dr. Gu Leilei and Long Zhenghao.
The team has successfully made the prototype of the “super human eye” – an artificial visual system that uses a spherical biomimetic electrochemical eye with hemispherical retina made of a high-density perovskite nanowire array. From left: Swapnadeep Poddar, Shu Lei, Zhang Daquan, Prof. Fan Zhiyong, Dr. Gu Leilei and Long Zhenghao.