Faculty & Student Story

Faculty & Student Story

Prof. Chen’s research sets a new paradigm for Hong Kong as a smart city.
Prof. Chen’s research sets a new paradigm for Hong Kong as a smart city. 
Building the Brain of Hong Kong as a Smart City
FutureNow hired three interns – all from HKUST.
FutureNow hired three interns – all from HKUST. 
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020.
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020. 
Connecting Student Innovation with Alumna-Entrepreneur
James with an airplane engine at GE Aviation, Shanghai.
James with an airplane engine at GE Aviation, Shanghai. 
Prof. Pedro Sander from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has recently been focusing on gigantic panorama videos, such as this still of a zoomed-in area of Central taken from The Peak in Hong Kong.
Prof. Pedro Sander from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has recently been focusing on gigantic panorama videos, such as this still of a zoomed-in area of Central taken from The Peak in Hong Kong. 
Contributing to the Big Picture at HKUST
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. 
Prof. Albert Chung always enjoys a friendly chat with his students.
Prof. Albert Chung always enjoys a friendly chat with his students. 
From Medical Image Analysis to Mind Profile Analysis
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
Leveraging Computer Science to Turn Imagination into Reality
Leveraging Computer Science to Turn Imagination into Reality 
Women in Engineering – meet WEI Lili