Student Competition

Student Competition

The HKUST Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Team won the Second Place in their first attempt in the Virtual RobotX Competition from the United States, an international challenge designed to broaden students’ exposure to autonomy and maritime robotic technologies.
The HKUST Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Team won the Second Place in their first attempt in the Virtual RobotX Competition from the United States, an international challenge designed to broaden students’ exposure to autonomy and maritime robotic technologies. 
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team.
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team. 
Promoting Experiential Learning and Cross-Team Collaboration
The HKUST ROV Team won their 11th championship in the Hong Kong Regional Contest of the MATE International ROV Competition since they joined in 2011. They will compete in the international competition in the US this June.
The HKUST ROV Team won their 11th championship in the Hong Kong Regional Contest of the MATE International ROV Competition since they joined in 2011. They will compete in the international competition in the US this June. 
Cyrus Leung Tin-Long (left) received the Grand Prize at the 2021-2022 Best Final Year Project Competition of the HKIE Civil Division for his final year project on “LiDAR Data Annotation Platform for Traffic Monitoring”.
Cyrus Leung Tin-Long (left) received the Grand Prize at the 2021-2022 Best Final Year Project Competition of the HKIE Civil Division for his final year project on “LiDAR Data Annotation Platform for Traffic Monitoring”. 
The HKUST team won in Robocon Hong Kong Contest 2021, marking its 11th championship in the contest.
The HKUST team won in Robocon Hong Kong Contest 2021, marking its 11th championship in the contest. 
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. 
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. 
(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 
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 
Fong Ho-Ming, Year 3 student in Mechanical Engineering and General Business Management at HKUST.
Fong Ho-Ming, Year 3 student in Mechanical Engineering and General Business Management at HKUST. 
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