Women in Engineering

Women in Engineering

Prof. Pascale Fung sheds some light on the technology’s many benefits and risks.
Prof. Pascale Fung sheds some light on the technology’s many benefits and risks. 
Between Human and Technology
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. 
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry.
HKUST Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Eva Tsang shares her experiences and management philosophy on working in the Greater Bay Area where she has made her mark on the cosmetics industry. 
Greater Bay Area Entrepreneur
Prof. Pascale Fung is recognized for her significant contributions toward statistical NLP, comparable corpora, and building intelligent systems that can understand and empathize with humans.
Prof. Pascale Fung is recognized for her significant contributions toward statistical NLP, comparable corpora, and building intelligent systems that can understand and empathize with humans. 
Outstanding alumnae leaders Ir. Samantha Kong Wing-Man (left) and Melody Wong Yee-Ting
Outstanding alumnae leaders Ir. Samantha Kong Wing-Man (left) and Melody Wong Yee-Ting 
Illuminating the Way
Illuminating the Way 
Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago.
Prof. Kei May Lau is the first-ever woman winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s J. J. Thomson Medal for Electronics since it was first presented 44 years ago. 
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project.
Chemical and Biological Engineering alumna Vanessa Ho Po-Ki (right, first row), Prof. Marshal Liu (left, first row), and three BEng fresh graduates (from left, second row) Andy Choy Man-Hin, Isaac Kwan Chi-Shing and Michael Lui Wing-Piu, join hands to achieve product commercialization of an idea that originated in a course project. 
Prof. Pascale Fung has come up with innovative solutions for COVID-19.
Prof. Pascale Fung has come up with innovative solutions for COVID-19. 
AI Guru Contributing to Public Health
Su Dan led two HKUST teams to win two competitions during her first 12 months as a PhD student.
Su Dan led two HKUST teams to win two competitions during her first 12 months as a PhD student.