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The project of Prof. Shao Minhua on “Development of High Performance and Long Life Hydrogen Fuel Cell Stacks” received the largest amount of funding in the 14 projects approved to date in the Hong Kong government’s Green Tech Fund.
The project of Prof. Shao Minhua on “Development of High Performance and Long Life Hydrogen Fuel Cell Stacks” received the largest amount of funding in the 14 projects approved to date in the Hong Kong government’s Green Tech Fund.  
Alumnus Prof. Yeung Sai-Kit is the first from HKUST to join the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Graphics, a top-ranked journal in the computer graphics field. His three-year term started in October 2021.
Alumnus Prof. Yeung Sai-Kit is the first from HKUST to join the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Graphics, a top-ranked journal in the computer graphics field. His three-year term started in October 2021. 
Prof. Tim Cheng, HKUST’s Dean of Engineering and Founding Director of the AI Chip Center for Emerging Smart Systems (ACCESS), explains the specialty of the AI chip developed by the Center.
Prof. Tim Cheng, HKUST’s Dean of Engineering and Founding Director of the AI Chip Center for Emerging Smart Systems (ACCESS), explains the specialty of the AI chip developed by the Center. 
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.  
PhD student Usman Bin Shahid became the first student from a Hong Kong university to win in the Asia-Pacific Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition.
PhD student Usman Bin Shahid became the first student from a Hong Kong university to win in the Asia-Pacific Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition. 
Prof. Ricky Lee is the first recipient from China since the prestigious ASME Avram Bar-Cohen Memorial Award (formerly the InterPACK Achievement Award) was first presented in 1999.
Prof. Ricky Lee is the first recipient from China since the prestigious ASME Avram Bar-Cohen Memorial Award (formerly the InterPACK Achievement Award) was first presented in 1999. 
HKUST jumps five places in computer science to reach No.26 in the world.
HKUST jumps five places in computer science to reach No.26 in the world. 
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Faculty & Student Interview
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Sep
Marco Lewis CLARK
20 Sep 2021
信報 – 「天地對話」男司儀郭風乘 讀航天工程恨做太空人
Marco Lewis CLARK
09
Jun
Prof. CHEN Guanghao
9 Jun 2021
信報 – 科大污水處理學者陳光浩 花20年研究減污水處理成本
Prof. CHEN Guanghao
26
May
Prof. ZHANG Xin
26 May 2021
信報 – 科大首位航天工程學專家 張欣致力未來噪音標準研究
Prof. ZHANG Xin
12
May
Prof. Kei May LAU
12 May 2021
信報 – 科大工程學院講座教授劉紀美 笑談男性主導學科突圍心得
Prof. Kei May LAU
28
Apr
Prof. Khaled B. LETAIEF
28 Apr 2021
信報 – 突尼西亞無線通訊專家 李德富科大開荒2G教到6G
Prof. Khaled B. LETAIEF
14
Apr
Prof. Tim CHENG
14 Apr 2021
信報 – 科大工學院院長鄭光廷:得天下英才而教育之,三樂也
Prof. Tim CHENG
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HKUST is ranked the third most international university in the world, according to a report published by Times Higher Education in January 2022.
HKUST is ranked the third most international university in the world, according to a report published by Times Higher Education in January 2022. 
The research team found that despite the number of epitopes encompassing Omicron mutations are nonetheless notably higher than other virus variants, Omicron, like other variants, is still unlikely to escape human's T cell responses.
The research team found that despite the number of epitopes encompassing Omicron mutations are nonetheless notably higher than other virus variants, Omicron, like other variants, is still unlikely to escape human's T cell responses. 
Mr. Davis Bookhart, Director of the Sustainability/Net-Zero Office (fourth left), Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of GREAT Smart Cities Institute (third left), and their team.
Mr. Davis Bookhart, Director of the Sustainability/Net-Zero Office (fourth left), Prof. Lo Hong-Kam, Director of GREAT Smart Cities Institute (third left), and their team. 
Langston Suen foresees the ultrasound treatment could benefit up to 80% of the estimated 300 to 500 million retinal disease patients worldwide that require invasive eye surgery every year.
Langston Suen foresees the ultrasound treatment could benefit up to 80% of the estimated 300 to 500 million retinal disease patients worldwide that require invasive eye surgery every year.  
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