Internationalization and Partnership

Internationalization and Partnership

HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (front left) and James M. McKelvey Prof. Aaron Bobick, WashU Dean of McKelvey School of Engineering (front right), sign the MoU under the witness of the WashU delegates and HKUST representatives.
HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (front left) and James M. McKelvey Prof. Aaron Bobick, WashU Dean of McKelvey School of Engineering (front right), sign the MoU under the witness of the WashU delegates and HKUST representatives. 
International Partnership to Boost Research and Education
(8th from left) Prof Tony F Chan, President of HKUST; Prof Tim Cheng, Dean of Engineering, HKUST; Prof Qiang Yang, Director of HKUST Big Data Institute; (1st from left) Prof Lei Chen, Associate Director of HKUST Big Data Institute, and distinguished guests from academia and industry.
(8th from left) Prof Tony F Chan, President of HKUST; Prof Tim Cheng, Dean of Engineering, HKUST; Prof Qiang Yang, Director of HKUST Big Data Institute; (1st from left) Prof Lei Chen, Associate Director of HKUST Big Data Institute, and distinguished guests from academia and industry.  
A Dialogue Between Industry and Academia on Leveraging Fintech & AI
Financial Boost to Extend Engineering Solutions to Community
(From left) HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof Tim Kwang Ting Cheng, HKUST President Prof Tony F Chan and Consul General of France in Hong Kong & Macau Mr Eric Berti unveil the plaque of the France-HKUST Innovation Hub.
(From left) HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof Tim Kwang Ting Cheng, HKUST President Prof Tony F Chan and Consul General of France in Hong Kong & Macau Mr Eric Berti unveil the plaque of the France-HKUST Innovation Hub. 
Promoting Tech Innovation Via Merging Student Talents With French Business Culture
Engineering faculty members from Peking University and HKUST participated in a three-day discussion forum in February to explore collaborative research opportunities.
Engineering faculty members from Peking University and HKUST participated in a three-day discussion forum in February to explore collaborative research opportunities.  
Collaborations Envisioned on Materials, Bioengineering and Aerospace Engineering