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Prof. Pong Ting-Chuen (left), Chairman of the Undergraduate Admissions Subcommittee and Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions Office explain the benefits of the new “Major + X” framework.
Prof. Pong Ting-Chuen (left), Chairman of the Undergraduate Admissions Subcommittee and Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions Office explain the benefits of the new “Major + X” framework. 
Three more School of Engineering faculty have been appointed to named professorships: (from left) Prof. Khaled Ben Letaief, Prof. Chan Man-Sun, and Prof. Li Zexiang.
Three more School of Engineering faculty have been appointed to named professorships: (from left) Prof. Khaled Ben Letaief, Prof. Chan Man-Sun, and Prof. Li Zexiang. 
Intelligent transportation is one of the key research thrust areas of the proposed HKUST Guangzhou campus. The photo is an impression of the Guangzhou campus.
Intelligent transportation is one of the key research thrust areas of the proposed HKUST Guangzhou campus. The photo is an impression of the Guangzhou campus. 
Prof. Irene Lo (center) garnered a Natural Science Award as the lead applicant of her team. Prof. Zhang Limin (left) and Prof. Christopher Leung (right) received a Natural Science Award and Scientific & Technological Progress Award respectively with their teams led by their former PhD students.
Prof. Irene Lo (center) garnered a Natural Science Award as the lead applicant of her team. Prof. Zhang Limin (left) and Prof. Christopher Leung (right) received a Natural Science Award and Scientific & Technological Progress Award respectively with their teams led by their former PhD students. 
(From right) Prof. Chen Qifeng, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST; Mr. James Prince, Academic Registrar, HKUST; Mr. Davis Bookhart, Senior Manager and Head, HKUST Sustainability Unit; and Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of HKUST’s GREAT Smart Cities Institute demonstrate how different HKUST documents can be verified using different devices.
(From right) Prof. Chen Qifeng, Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at HKUST; Mr. James Prince, Academic Registrar, HKUST; Mr. Davis Bookhart, Senior Manager and Head, HKUST Sustainability Unit; and Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of HKUST’s GREAT Smart Cities Institute demonstrate how different HKUST documents can be verified using different devices. 
The team has successfully made the prototype of the “super human eye” – an artificial visual system that uses a spherical biomimetic electrochemical eye with hemispherical retina made of a high-density perovskite nanowire array. From left: Swapnadeep Poddar, Shu Lei, Zhang Daquan, Prof. Fan Zhiyong, Dr. Gu Leilei and Long Zhenghao.
The team has successfully made the prototype of the “super human eye” – an artificial visual system that uses a spherical biomimetic electrochemical eye with hemispherical retina made of a high-density perovskite nanowire array. From left: Swapnadeep Poddar, Shu Lei, Zhang Daquan, Prof. Fan Zhiyong, Dr. Gu Leilei and Long Zhenghao. 
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Named 2020 Highly Cited Researchers, Prof. Zhao Tianshou (left) and Prof. Jang Jyo Kim were among the world’s most influential researchers who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade.
Named 2020 Highly Cited Researchers, Prof. Zhao Tianshou (left) and Prof. Jang Jyo Kim were among the world’s most influential researchers who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade. 
Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago.
Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago. 
Excellence in teaching demonstrated by Prof. David Rossiter (second right), Prof. Ben Chan (second left), Prof. Henry Lam (first left) and Prof. Raymond Wong (first right). They were presented with the School’s teaching awards by Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (center).
Excellence in teaching demonstrated by Prof. David Rossiter (second right), Prof. Ben Chan (second left), Prof. Henry Lam (first left) and Prof. Raymond Wong (first right). They were presented with the School’s teaching awards by Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim Cheng (center). 
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. 
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project.
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project. 
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