Women in Engineering

Women in Engineering

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. 
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 in 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 in the cosmetics industry. 
Greater Bay Area Entrepreneur
Illuminating the Way
Illuminating the Way 
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. 
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. 
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.
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. 
Prof. Kei May Lau is the 2020 recipient of The Optical Society (OSA) Nick Holonyak Jr. Award.
Prof. Kei May Lau is the 2020 recipient of The Optical Society (OSA) Nick Holonyak Jr. Award. 
(From left) Andrea Madotto, Prof. Pascale Fung and Wu Chien-Sheng received an Outstanding Paper Award at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics for a paper co-authored with Salesforce Research collaborators.
(From left) Andrea Madotto, Prof. Pascale Fung and Wu Chien-Sheng received an Outstanding Paper Award at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics for a paper co-authored with Salesforce Research collaborators. 
Leveraging Computer Science to Turn Imagination into Reality
Leveraging Computer Science to Turn Imagination into Reality 
Women in Engineering – meet WEI Lili
Prof. Kei May LAU (right) was presented the OSA fellow plaque by OSA Vice President Prof. Constance J. CHANG-HASNAIN at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics 2019 in San Jose, California, US on 7 May.
Prof. Kei May LAU (right) was presented the OSA fellow plaque by OSA Vice President Prof. Constance J. CHANG-HASNAIN at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics 2019 in San Jose, California, US on 7 May.  
Celebrating Significant Contribution to Advancement of Optics and Photonics