Press Releases

Press Releases

(From left) Kwok Kin-Nam, Chan Kwun-Chung, Minji Seo, and Leung Yuen-Yin awarded 2022 James Dyson Award National Winners with their invention O_Oley.
(From left) Kwok Kin-Nam, Chan Kwun-Chung, Minji Seo, and Leung Yuen-Yin awarded 2022 James Dyson Award National Winners with their invention O_Oley. 
HKUST(GZ) Celebrates its Opening Today
HKUST(GZ) Celebrates its Opening Today 
Prof. Gary Chan (center) from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and his research team.
Prof. Gary Chan (center) from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and his research team.  
HKUST hosts the first meta press conference of the local higher education sector. Media are invited to tour around the virtual campus of HKUST(GZ), which will soon be open in September.
HKUST hosts the first meta press conference of the local higher education sector. Media are invited to tour around the virtual campus of HKUST(GZ), which will soon be open in September. 
Reimagining the Future of Learning
(From left) Prof. Chen Qing and his research group members Dr. Li Liangyu (postdoctoral fellow) and Xiao Diwen (PhD student) at the lab of HKUST Energy Institute. On the lab bench is a set-up for fabricating the nanoporous zinc metal electrode.
(From left) Prof. Chen Qing and his research group members Dr. Li Liangyu (postdoctoral fellow) and Xiao Diwen (PhD student) at the lab of HKUST Energy Institute. On the lab bench is a set-up for fabricating the nanoporous zinc metal electrode. 
(From right) Carol Chan, a final year HKUST student studying International Research Enrichment (Physics), Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at HKUST, and Ben Chak, a Year 2 HKUST Computer Science and Engineering student.
(From right) Carol Chan, a final year HKUST student studying International Research Enrichment (Physics), Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at HKUST, and Ben Chak, a Year 2 HKUST Computer Science and Engineering student. 
Prof. Shao Minhua, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Director of HKUST Energy Institute, holds the prototype of the new hydrogen fuel cell.
Prof. Shao Minhua, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Director of HKUST Energy Institute, holds the prototype of the new hydrogen fuel cell. 
Paving Way for Wider Application of Green Energy
A total of 175 teams formed by HKUST faculty, students and alumni, as well as members from other local and overseas institutions had joined the 12th edition of the competition beginning in March despite the fifth wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 175 teams formed by HKUST faculty, students and alumni, as well as members from other local and overseas institutions had joined the 12th edition of the competition beginning in March despite the fifth wave of the coronavirus pandemic. 
(From left) Prof. Charles Ng Wang-Wai, Vice-President for Graduate Support of HKUST(GZ) and CLP Holdings Professor of Sustainability of HKUST; Prof. Tim Cheng, Vice-President for Research and Development of HKUST; and Mr. Mohamed Butt, Executive Director of HKPC, sign the agreement to establish HKUST-HKPC Joint Research Lab for Industrial AI and Robotics.
(From left) Prof. Charles Ng Wang-Wai, Vice-President for Graduate Support of HKUST(GZ) and CLP Holdings Professor of Sustainability of HKUST; Prof. Tim Cheng, Vice-President for Research and Development of HKUST; and Mr. Mohamed Butt, Executive Director of HKPC, sign the agreement to establish HKUST-HKPC Joint Research Lab for Industrial AI and Robotics.