Student Innovation

Student Innovation

(From left) Head of CBE Department Prof. Hsing I-Ming, Chair of Engineering Research Committee Prof. Nevin Zhang, awardee Dr. Zhu Shangqian, Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng, Associate Dean of Engineering (Research & Graduate Studies) Prof. Richard So, and Prof. Minhua Shao, advisor of Dr. Zhu
(From left) Head of CBE Department Prof. Hsing I-Ming, Chair of Engineering Research Committee Prof. Nevin Zhang, awardee Dr. Zhu Shangqian, Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng, Associate Dean of Engineering (Research & Graduate Studies) Prof. Richard So, and Prof. Minhua Shao, advisor of Dr. Zhu 
Celebrating Students’ Success
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. 
The smart sensor mounted on a tree at the HKUST campus helps to monitor the tree’s stability.
The smart sensor mounted on a tree at the HKUST campus helps to monitor the tree’s stability. 
AI Solution to Promote Tree Health
A Civil and Environmental Engineering team received the Outstanding Students Award at the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019. From left to right: Dr. Wendy Lee, Regional Manager of Autodesk Hong Kong, Sampriti Dwivedy, Chan Sum-Chau, Chen Weiwei, Prof. Jack Cheng, and Dr. Bernard Chan, Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
A Civil and Environmental Engineering team received the Outstanding Students Award at the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019. From left to right: Dr. Wendy Lee, Regional Manager of Autodesk Hong Kong, Sampriti Dwivedy, Chan Sum-Chau, Chen Weiwei, Prof. Jack Cheng, and Dr. Bernard Chan, Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development 
Amrut (left) and Paddy at the global final of the IET Present Around The World Competition.
Amrut (left) and Paddy at the global final of the IET Present Around The World Competition. Paddy gave a presentation of their co-created device “Helen” and became the winner of the highly competitive contest. 
Fong Ho-Ming, Year 3 student in Mechanical Engineering and General Business Management at HKUST.
Fong Ho-Ming, Year 3 student in Mechanical Engineering and General Business Management at HKUST. 
Inventive IoT Concept Propels Students Along Global Aviation Contest
(From left) HKUST’s Prof Brian Mak and students – Kelvin Yung, Ken Lai and Mary Leung – demonstrating how to say “university of science and technology” in sign language.
(From left) HKUST’s Prof Brian Mak and students – Kelvin Yung, Ken Lai and Mary Leung – demonstrating how to say “university of science and technology” in sign language. 
HKUST and CAA teachers and students in the Design Thinking course gather at HKUST.
HKUST and CAA teachers and students in the Design Thinking course gather at HKUST. 
(Front row seated from right to left) Mr Marcus Lee, founder of Equal Opportunities Foundation, Prof Ying Chau, Ms Yasmin Fong, representative of Equal Opportunities Foundation, and the six SIGHT scholars.
(Front row seated from right to left) Mr Marcus Lee, founder of Equal Opportunities Foundation, Prof Ying Chau, Ms Yasmin Fong, representative of Equal Opportunities Foundation, and the six SIGHT scholars. 
Students to Contribute to Society While Going Thru In-Depth Experiential Learning