Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Four cross-institutional multidisciplinary projects led by School of Engineering faculty were awarded a total of over HK$16.56 million under the Collaborative Research Fund 2022/23 of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council.
Four cross-institutional multidisciplinary projects led by School of Engineering faculty were awarded a total of over HK$16.56 million under the Collaborative Research Fund 2022/23 of the Hong Kong Research Grants Council. 
Funding to Drive Multidisciplinary Studies
Prof. Lo Hong-Kam will lead the School of Engineering as the new Dean from January 1, 2023.
Prof. Lo Hong-Kam will lead the School of Engineering as the new Dean from January 1, 2023.  
Prof. Wang Zhe (second left) and PhD student Guo Mingyue (center) received three awards at the ceremony on Sept 23, 2022. Also pictured are Prof. Sun Dong, Secretary for Innovation, Technology and Industry (second right), Mr. Eric Pang, Director of Electrical and Mechanical Services (first right), and Mr. Alex Lee of Tencent Cloud (first left).
Prof. Wang Zhe (second left) and PhD student Guo Mingyue (center) received three awards at the ceremony on Sept 23, 2022. Also pictured are Prof. Sun Dong, Secretary for Innovation, Technology and Industry (second right), Mr. Eric Pang, Director of Electrical and Mechanical Services (first right), and Mr. Alex Lee of Tencent Cloud (first left). 
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”. 
AutoSafe leverages smart technology to modernize and automate worksite safety monitoring while improving efficiency. The start-up team comprising Issac Leung, co-founder (first left, back row), Prof. Jack Cheng (second right, back row), and Peter Wong, co-founder (first right, front row), was awarded championship in the HKUST-Sino One Million Dollar Entrepreneurship Competition.
AutoSafe leverages smart technology to modernize and automate worksite safety monitoring while improving efficiency. The start-up team comprising Issac Leung, co-founder (first left, back row), Prof. Jack Cheng (second right, back row), and Peter Wong, co-founder (first right, front row), was awarded championship in the HKUST-Sino One Million Dollar Entrepreneurship Competition. 
Turning Ideas into Real Solutions for Construction Industry
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing has been elevated to Fellow status in the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing has been elevated to Fellow status in the American Society of Civil Engineers. 
Global Recognition for Geotechnical Expert
HKUST and Sino Land join hands in publishing a Decarbonization Blueprint, with a view to achieving net-zero carbon by 2050 through a holistic roadmap. Pictured are Prof. Irene Lo (right), Chair Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at HKUST, and Mr. David Ng (left), Group Associate Director of Sino Group.
HKUST and Sino Land join hands in publishing a Decarbonization Blueprint, with a view to achieving net-zero carbon by 2050 through a holistic roadmap. Pictured are Prof. Irene Lo (right), Chair Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at HKUST, and Mr. David Ng (left), Group Associate Director of Sino Group. 
Prof. Anthony Leung focuses on the applications of nature-based solutions to geotechnical engineering problems such as slope stabilization.
Prof. Anthony Leung focuses on the applications of nature-based solutions to geotechnical engineering problems such as slope stabilization. 
Working with Nature for Sustainable Designs
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing considers students’ happiness to be his greatest achievement.
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing considers students’ happiness to be his greatest achievement.