Chemical and Biological Engineering

Chemical and Biological Engineering

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. 
Greater Bay Area Entrepreneur
Prof. Wang Jiguang is the only awardee from Hong Kong among the 10 inaugural recipients of the prestigious Zhong Nanshan Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award.
Prof. Wang Jiguang is the only awardee from Hong Kong among the 10 inaugural recipients of the prestigious Zhong Nanshan Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award. 
Prof. Matthew Mckay
Prof. Matthew Mckay 
Prestigious Fellowship
The Smart Fish conducts microplastics sampling near the seaside of the HKUST campus.
The Smart Fish conducts microplastics sampling near the seaside of the HKUST campus. 
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
Prof. Francesco Ciucci
Prof. Francesco Ciucci 
Advancing Solid-State Materials Chemistry
Mutant frequency trajectories exhibit complex dynamics due to linkage affects. Top left panel shows frequency trajectories of all mutant alleles, the lower three panels on the left show the trajectories of beneficial/neutral/deleterious mutants in blue/orange/red. The right panel shows their estimated fitness values using the proposed inference method. Vertical lines indicate the true fitness values.
Mutant frequency trajectories exhibit complex dynamics due to linkage affects. Top left panel shows frequency trajectories of all mutant alleles, the lower three panels on the left show the trajectories of beneficial/neutral/deleterious mutants in blue/orange/red. The right panel shows their estimated fitness values using the proposed inference method. Vertical lines indicate the true fitness values. 
Excellence in teaching demonstrated by Prof. David Rossiter (second right), Prof. Ben Chan (second left), Prof. Henry Lam (first left) and Prof. Raymond Wong (first right). They were presented with the School’s teaching awards by Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (center).
Excellence in teaching demonstrated by Prof. David Rossiter (second right), Prof. Ben Chan (second left), Prof. Henry Lam (first left) and Prof. Raymond Wong (first right). They were presented with the School’s teaching awards by Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (center). 
Outstanding Teachers Recognized
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020.
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020. 
Connecting Student Innovation with Alumna-Entrepreneur
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project.
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project.