STEAM Education

STEAM Education

HKUST’s two humanoid robots performed a dance with music at the Intelligent Robot Contest 2019 in Seoul.
HKUST’s two humanoid robots performed a dance with music at the Intelligent Robot Contest 2019 in Seoul. 
The winning team: (from left) Mak Ka-Hei, Leung Pok-Man, Mak Kin-Wing, Lee Chun-Hei and Amrutavarsh Sanganabasappa Kinagi, with their autonomous biped robot in front
The winning team: (from left) Mak Ka-Hei, Leung Pok-Man, Mak Kin-Wing, Lee Chun-Hei and Amrutavarsh Sanganabasappa Kinagi, with their autonomous biped robot in front 
Prof. Tim WOO (first right, back row), HKUST ROV Team members, as well as organizers of the MATE International ROV Competition
Prof. Tim WOO (first right, back row), HKUST ROV Team members, as well as organizers of the MATE International ROV Competition 
Bringing Awards Tally of HKUST Robotics Team Into the Hundreds
HKUST Robotics Team Named Champion in Hong Kong Regional of MATE International ROV Competition for Ninth Consecutive Year
Student Team Reigns Supreme in Local Qualifier for Global ROV Competition
(From left) Professor King Chow, Director of the Center for the Development of the Gifted and Talented, Dr. Melody Leung, Lecturer of Division of Life Science, Mr. Wong, HKUST alumnus and a secondary school teacher, and Dr. Jason Chan, Lecturer of Department of Chemistry introduce the STEM@HKUST platform and share latest trend in STEM education development.
(From left) Professor King Chow, Director of the Center for the Development of the Gifted and Talented, Dr. Melody Leung, Lecturer of Division of Life Science, Mr. Wong, HKUST alumnus and a secondary school teacher, and Dr. Jason Chan, Lecturer of Department of Chemistry introduce the STEM@HKUST platform and share latest trend in STEM education development.  
Interactive Platform Set to Help Students Develop Resourceful Mindset
The students from five secondary schools, together with the cars they had built, pose for a picture with the judges and the HKUST student helpers.
The students from five secondary schools, together with the cars they had built, pose for a picture with the judges and the HKUST student helpers.  
Paper towers built by all participating teams in the 2.5-hour time limit.
Paper towers built by all participating teams in the 2.5-hour time limit.