Optoelectronics

Optoelectronics

Prof. Ricky Lee Shi-Wei is among the very few Chinese scholars who received the prestigious and long-established ASME Worcester Reed Warner Medal to date. He is also the only Chinese recipient with career fully developed in Asia.
Prof. Ricky Lee Shi-Wei is among the very few Chinese scholars who received the prestigious and long-established ASME Worcester Reed Warner Medal to date. He is also the only Chinese recipient with career fully developed in Asia. 
The Only Chinese Awardee with Whole Career Based in Asia Since 1930s
Prof. Fan Zhiyong was cited for his outstanding contributions to the development of nanostructure-based novel optoelectronic devices and biomimetic optoelectronics
Prof. Fan Zhiyong was cited for his outstanding contributions to the development of nanostructure-based novel optoelectronic devices and biomimetic optoelectronics 
Advancing Optoelectronics
Prof. FAN Zhiyong Awarded Xplorer Prize 2022
Prof. FAN Zhiyong Awarded Xplorer Prize 2022 
Recognizing Interdisciplinary Studies
In vivo 3P calcium imaging of spontaneous neuronal activity at different depths below pia of the somatosensory cortex of a CCK-GCaMP6s mouse (four-month-old) through the intact skull (110-μm thickness) with system correction only (left) and full AO correction (right).
In vivo 3P calcium imaging of spontaneous neuronal activity at different depths below pia of the somatosensory cortex of a CCK-GCaMP6s mouse (four-month-old) through the intact skull (110-μm thickness) with system correction only (left) and full AO correction (right). 
Prof. Andrew Poon is among the early players of the now global silicon photonics community.
Prof. Andrew Poon is among the early players of the now global silicon photonics community.  
A Leader in Optics and Photonics
Display technologies expert Prof. Kwok Hoi-Sing is recognized as a truly prolific academic inventor.
Display technologies expert Prof. Kwok Hoi-Sing is recognized as a truly prolific academic inventor. 
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. 
The group utilized the adaptive optics two photon endomicroscopy system to investigate neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus, a critical deep brain structure, and revealed the relationship between somatic and dendritic activity of pyramidal neurons within the hippocampus.
The group utilized the adaptive optics two photon endomicroscopy system to investigate neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus, a critical deep brain structure, and revealed the relationship between somatic and dendritic activity of pyramidal neurons within the hippocampus. 
Prof. Kei May Lau is the 2020 recipient of The Optical Society (OSA) Nick Holonyak Jr. Award.
Prof. Kei May Lau is the 2020 recipient of The Optical Society (OSA) Nick Holonyak Jr. Award. 
IAS Bank of East Asia Professor TANG Ching-Wan Awarded 2019 Kyoto Prize in Advanced Technology
IAS Bank of East Asia Professor TANG Ching-Wan Awarded 2019 Kyoto Prize in Advanced Technology 
Prestigious Honor for Lifelong Pioneering Work on New Display Technology