Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

(From left) PhD student Zhu Zeyuan (second author), postdoctoral fellow and 2021 PhD graduate Dr. Mostafa Karami (first author), and Prof. Sherry Chen Xian (principal investigator and corresponding author)
(From left) PhD student Zhu Zeyuan (second author), postdoctoral fellow and 2021 PhD graduate Dr. Mostafa Karami (first author), and Prof. Sherry Chen Xian (principal investigator and corresponding author) 
Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right) and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right)
Prof. Zhou Yanguang (second right) and his PhD students Fan Hongzhao (first left), Wang Guang (second left) and Li Jiawang (first right) 
Recognizing Significant Engineering Achievements
Prof. Zhou Yanguang was named a Fellow of the International Association of Advanced Materials in recognition of his significant contribution to the world of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology .
Prof. Zhou Yanguang was named a Fellow of the International Association of Advanced Materials in recognition of his significant contribution to the world of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology . 
Recognizing Contributions in Nanoscale Modeling
Lee Man-Yi (center) and Prof. Ye Wenjing (right) attended the award presentation ceremony at the IET Hong Kong Annual General Meeting Dinner on December 18, 2023.
Lee Man-Yi (center) and Prof. Ye Wenjing (right) attended the award presentation ceremony at the IET Hong Kong Annual General Meeting Dinner on December 18, 2023. 
Prof. Rhea Liem has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, the only professional body dedicated to aerospace, aviation and space communities.
Prof. Rhea Liem has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, the only professional body dedicated to aerospace, aviation and space communities. 
Commending Contributions in Aerospace Computation
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery.
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery. 
Optimizing Application of Sensor Arrays in Multiple Fields
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots.
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots. 
Advancing Marine Robotics
Exemplary Teaching Recognized
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