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Prof. Khaled B. Letaief was honored with a 2024 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award by Purdue University for his preeminence in the field of computer science and engineering.
Prof. Khaled B. Letaief was honored with a 2024 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award by Purdue University for his preeminence in the field of computer science and engineering. 
Prof. Shen Shaojie and his two former PhD students, Dr. Zhou Boyu and Dr. Xu Hao received the 2024 IEEE Transactions on Robotics King-Sun Fu Memorial Best Paper Award, which recognizes the best paper published annually in the IEEE Transactions on Robotics.
Prof. Shen Shaojie and his two former PhD students, Dr. Zhou Boyu and Dr. Xu Hao received the 2024 IEEE Transactions on Robotics King-Sun Fu Memorial Best Paper Award, which recognizes the best paper published annually in the IEEE Transactions on Robotics. 
(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. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, fosters service learning, inclusion and STEAM education via robot competitions.
Prof. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, fosters service learning, inclusion and STEAM education via robot competitions. 
Prof. Kevin Chen has successfully fabricated a first-of-its-kind hybrid field-effect transistor which harnesses the complementary merits of gallium nitride and silicon carbide.
Prof. Kevin Chen has successfully fabricated a first-of-its-kind hybrid field-effect transistor which harnesses the complementary merits of gallium nitride and silicon carbide. 
Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said.
Over the past two decades, Dr. Louis Lam is glad to see public perception about the relationship between “sustainability” and “development” changing from conflicting to complementary along with a global trend of green business. It is indeed possible to maintain a high quality of life with minimal environmental impact, he said. 
Over 200 HKUST alumni, including more than 60 from the School of Engineering, joined the HKUST Alumni Reception in Beijing on March 3, 2024.
Over 200 HKUST alumni, including more than 60 from the School of Engineering, joined the HKUST Alumni Reception in Beijing on March 3, 2024. 
Prof. Fan Zhiyong (center) and the two first authors of the research paper with equal contribution: Dr. Wang Chen (right), former HKUST postdoctoral fellow and currently a Professor at Jilin University, and Dr. Chen Zhesi (left), 2023 graduate of PhD in Electronic and Computer Engineering
Prof. Fan Zhiyong (center) and the two first authors of the research paper with equal contribution: Dr. Wang Chen (right), former HKUST postdoctoral fellow and currently a Professor at Jilin University, and Dr. Chen Zhesi (left), 2023 graduate of PhD in Electronic and Computer Engineering 
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Faculty, Alumni & Student Interview
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2 Minutes with Oscar Yuen
19 Mar 2024
[2 minutes with...] Oscar Yuen, BEng in Electronics Engineering & Additional Major in Computer Science, Class of 2024
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2 Minutes with Shabnam Taghipour
18 Sept 2023
[2 minutes with...] Shabnam Taghipour, PhD in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Class of 2024
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Dean of Engineering Prof. Hong K. Lo Sets Goal on Talent Recruitment
15 May 2023
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Prof. Hong K. Lo
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2 minutes with Samantha Kong
25 Nov 2022
[2 minutes with...] Ir. Samantha Kong, BEng in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Class of 2014
Samantha Kong
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2 minutes with David Or
18 Nov 2022
[2 minutes with...] David Or, BEng in Computer Science, Class of 2019
2 minutes with David Or
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2 minutes with Ng Ching-Yu
23 Sep 2022
[2 minutes with...] Ng Ching-Yu, BEng in Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2017
Ng Ching-Yu
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2 minutes with Jacky Tsay
5 Aug 2022
[2 minutes with...] Jacky Tsay, BEng in Electronic Engineering, Class of 2017
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Dr. Kang Chengbin (3rd left) is holding a white LED and Prof. Abhishek Srivastava (3rd right) with a set of QRLED prototypes in his hand and various monochromatic quantum rods on the table. Other co-authors are Liao Zebing (1st left), Kumar Mallem (2nd left), Dr. Maksym Prodanov (center), Dr. Valerii Vashchenko (2nd right) and Song Jianxin (1st right).
Dr. Kang Chengbin (3rd left) is holding a white LED and Prof. Abhishek Srivastava (3rd right) with a set of QRLED prototypes in his hand and various monochromatic quantum rods on the table. Other co-authors are Liao Zebing (1st left), Kumar Mallem (2nd left), Dr. Maksym Prodanov (center), Dr. Valerii Vashchenko (2nd right) and Song Jianxin (1st right). 
With seven subjects ranked Hong Kong’s No. 1 and six subjects in the top 50 globally in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024, HKUST Engineering is leading in teaching, research, and innovation at home and beyond.
With seven subjects ranked Hong Kong’s No. 1 and six subjects in the top 50 globally in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024, HKUST Engineering is leading in teaching, research, and innovation at home and beyond. 
Dr. Melody Chung Jin-Teng, currently postdoctoral researcher at HKUST and co-founder of Allegrow Biotech Ltd.
Dr. Melody Chung Jin-Teng, currently postdoctoral researcher at HKUST and co-founder of Allegrow Biotech Ltd. 
The champion team comprises (from left) Chan Tsz-Yin, Ng Kwan-Yee, Abby Lam, and Cheung Chun-Chit. (Photo credit: CILTHK)
The champion team comprises (from left) Chan Tsz-Yin, Ng Kwan-Yee, Abby Lam, and Cheung Chun-Chit. (Photo credit: CILTHK) 
Prof. Zhang Jun (pictured) and his former PhD student Dr. Shao Jiawei’s study is set to enable a privacy-preserving, communication-efficient, and heterogeneity-adaptive federated training framework.
Prof. Zhang Jun (pictured) and his former PhD student Dr. Shao Jiawei’s study is set to enable a privacy-preserving, communication-efficient, and heterogeneity-adaptive federated training framework. 
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