Data Analytics

Data Analytics

The research team (from right) – Prof. Matthew McKay, Professor at HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering and Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering; Dr. Ahmed Abdul Quadeer, Research Associate at the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering; and Mr. Syed Faraz Ahmed, PhD student – recently identified a set of potential vaccine targets which could be helpful for the development of a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
The research team (from right) – Prof. Matthew McKay, Professor at HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering and Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering; Dr. Ahmed Abdul Quadeer, Research Associate at the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering; and Mr. Syed Faraz Ahmed, PhD student – recently identified a set of potential vaccine targets which could be helpful for the development of a vaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. 
Data Analytics to Guide Experimental Efforts
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
Prof. Charles W. W. Ng
Prof. Charles W. W. Ng 
Substantial Funding Supports Multi-pronged Visionary Measures
(From left) Prof Bertram Shi, Head of HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering (ECE); Prof Matthew McKay, Hari Harilela Associate Professor in the Departments of ECE and Chemical & Biological Engineering; and Prof Raymond Louie, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of ECE and Junior Fellow of HKUST Institute for Advanced Study
(From left) Prof Bertram Shi, Head of HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering (ECE); Prof Matthew McKay, Hari Harilela Associate Professor in the Departments of ECE and Chemical & Biological Engineering; and Prof Raymond Louie, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of ECE and Junior Fellow of HKUST Institute for Advanced Study 
Decoding of Crucial HIV Protein Raises Hope of Modifying Vaccine
Mr Ming Cheung (left) explains his food selfies analytics, supported by his PhD supervisor Prof James She.
Mr Ming Cheung (left) explains his food selfies analytics, supported by his PhD supervisor Prof James She.