Robotics

Robotics

The HKUST ROV Team won their 10th championship in the Hong Kong Regional of the MATE International ROV Competition that they joined since 2011. They would like to express their greatest appreciation to IET Hong Kong, MATE, and judges for hosting the competition in a difficult time and those who supported them in manufacturing and testing their ROV.
The HKUST ROV Team won their 10th championship in the Hong Kong Regional of the MATE International ROV Competition that they joined since 2011. They would like to express their greatest appreciation to IET Hong Kong, MATE, and judges for hosting the competition in a difficult time and those who supported them in manufacturing and testing their ROV. 
(From left) Prof. Albert Ip, HKUST Council member cum Independent Non-executive Director of New World Development Company Ltd.; Prof. Wei Shyy, HKUST President; Mr. Andrew Liao Cheung-Sing, HKUST Council Chairman; Dr. Adrian Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of New World Development Company Ltd., Executive Director of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd. as well as Vice Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer of CTF Education Group, and Mrs. Jennifer Yu Cheng, Deputy Vice Chairwoman and Group President of CTF
(From left) Prof. Albert Ip, HKUST Council member cum Independent Non-executive Director of New World Development Company Ltd.; Prof. Wei Shyy, HKUST President; Mr. Andrew Liao Cheung-Sing, HKUST Council Chairman; Dr. Adrian Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of New World Development Company Ltd., Executive Director of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Ltd. as well as Vice Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer of CTF Education Group, and Mrs. Jennifer Yu Cheng, Deputy Vice Chairwoman and Group President of CTF Education Group, unveiled the commemorative plaque of the “Cheng Kar-Shun Robotics Institute”. 
Dr. Adrian CHENG Officiates at the Naming Ceremony of the HKUST “Cheng Kar-Shun Robotics Institute”
Prof. Zhang Limin (left) and Prof. Liu Ming (right) received a First Class Award in Natural Science and a Second Class Award in Technology Invention respectively.
Prof. Zhang Limin (left) and Prof. Liu Ming (right) received a First Class Award in Natural Science and a Second Class Award in Technology Invention respectively. 
HKUST Robotics Team won the championship on the second day of the HKSTP Human-Robot Basketball Competition held in Hong Kong Science Park.
HKUST Robotics Team won the championship on the second day of the HKSTP Human-Robot Basketball Competition held in Hong Kong Science Park. 
Prof. Fung was discouraged to be an engineer when in high school but she stood by her choice with her contrarian personality.
Prof. Fung was discouraged to be an engineer when in high school but she stood by her choice with her contrarian personality. 
(Back row, from right) Prof. Tim Woo, Director of the Center for Global & Community Engagement, and Associate Professor of Engineering Education; and Dr. Crystal Fok, Chairperson of Robocon 2020 Hong Kong Contest Organizing Committee, and Director of AIR Platform and Precision Engineering, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, together with the leaders (front row, from right) Yiu Cheuk-Tung and Lam Cheuk-Hei as well as members of the HKUST Robocon Team
(Back row, from right) Prof. Tim Woo, Director of the Center for Global & Community Engagement, and Associate Professor of Engineering Education; and Dr. Crystal Fok, Chairperson of Robocon 2020 Hong Kong Contest Organizing Committee, and Director of AIR Platform and Precision Engineering, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, together with the leaders (front row, from right) Yiu Cheuk-Tung and Lam Cheuk-Hei as well as members of the HKUST Robocon Team 
Prof. Li Zexiang is recognized as a model innovator and entrepreneur who made distinguished contribution to the development of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone.
Prof. Li Zexiang is recognized as a model innovator and entrepreneur who made distinguished contribution to the development of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. 
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 
(From third left) Prof. LI Zexiang, Prof. SEO Jungwon, Prof. Michael WANG, Director of HKUST Robotics Institute, and (second right) Prof. Frank PARK, Visiting Professor of HKUST Robotics Institute
(From third left) Prof. LI Zexiang, Prof. SEO Jungwon, Prof. Michael WANG, Director of HKUST Robotics Institute, and (second right) Prof. Frank PARK, Visiting Professor of HKUST Robotics Institute