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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. 
HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (sixth right), Head of Charities (Positive Ageing and Elderly Care) of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Mr. Bryan Wong (fifth left), HKUST Provost Prof. Guo Yike (fourth left), HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof. Hong K. Lo (third left), and other senior management of HKUST inaugurate the three JC STEM Labs with three HKUST Global STEM Professors, namely Prof. Zhou Xiaofang, Prof. Xie Ting and Prof. Su Hui (fifth to third right).
HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (sixth right), Head of Charities (Positive Ageing and Elderly Care) of The Hong Kong Jockey Club Mr. Bryan Wong (fifth left), HKUST Provost Prof. Guo Yike (fourth left), HKUST Dean of Engineering Prof. Hong K. Lo (third left), and other senior management of HKUST inaugurate the three JC STEM Labs with three HKUST Global STEM Professors, namely Prof. Zhou Xiaofang, Prof. Xie Ting and Prof. Su Hui (fifth to third right). 
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery.
Prof. Yang Zhengbao’s versatile, reconfigurable, and damage-tolerant single-wire sensor array could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery. 
Prof. Yeung King-Lun from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Division of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST (front left) and Dr. Pat Yeung, Director of APEL (front right), sign the memorandum on the establishment of the Joint Lab under the witnesses of Under Secretary Miss Diane Wong (back row, second right), Prof. Tim Cheng (back row, second left), Mr. Jackin Jim, Chairman of Yee Hop (back row, first right), and Dr. David Chung (back row, first left).
Prof. Yeung King-Lun from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Division of Environment and Sustainability at HKUST (front left) and Dr. Pat Yeung, Director of APEL (front right), sign the memorandum on the establishment of the Joint Lab under the witnesses of Under Secretary Miss Diane Wong (back row, second right), Prof. Tim Cheng (back row, second left), Mr. Jackin Jim, Chairman of Yee Hop (back row, first right), and Dr. David Chung (back row, first left). 
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots.
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots. 
A group photo of HKUST Pro-Chancellor Dr. John Chan Cho-Chak (front row, fifth left), HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (front row, sixth left), other HKUST senior management, donors, representatives of corporate sponsors and named professors.
A group photo of HKUST Pro-Chancellor Dr. John Chan Cho-Chak (front row, fifth left), HKUST President Prof. Nancy Ip (front row, sixth left), other HKUST senior management, donors, representatives of corporate sponsors and named professors. 
The Fifth HKUST Faculty Recognition Ceremony acknowledged the outstanding achievements of 24 faculty members in the 2022-23 academic year, including nine from the School of Engineering or who have a joint position in the School.
The Fifth HKUST Faculty Recognition Ceremony acknowledged the outstanding achievements of 24 faculty members in the 2022-23 academic year, including nine from the School of Engineering or who have a joint position in the School. 
For former NASA researcher Prof. Su Hui, Civil and Environmental Engineering, a major goal of atmospheric scientists is to improve predictive accuracy and reduce uncertainty in weather and climate forecasting to enable wider society to better plan for climate change. Satellite data can be highly valuable in this endeavor.
For former NASA researcher Prof. Su Hui, Civil and Environmental Engineering, a major goal of atmospheric scientists is to improve predictive accuracy and reduce uncertainty in weather and climate forecasting to enable wider society to better plan for climate change. Satellite data can be highly valuable in this endeavor. 
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Faculty, Alumni & Student Interview
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Sep
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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May
Dean of Engineering Prof. Hong K. Lo Sets Goal on Talent Recruitment
15 May 2023
Hong Kong Economic Journal
Prof. Hong K. Lo
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Nov
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
18
Nov
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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Sep
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
Jacky Tsay
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Ir Prof. Irene Lo (right) was presented with a certificate by Ir Prof. Teng Jin-Guang, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences, at the induction ceremony on January 29, 2024.
Ir Prof. Irene Lo (right) was presented with a certificate by Ir Prof. Teng Jin-Guang, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences, at the induction ceremony on January 29, 2024. 
Prof. Charles Ng (right) received the prestigious Varnes Medal of the International Consortium on Landslides at the 6th World Landslide Forum in Florence, Italy in November 2023.
Prof. Charles Ng (right) received the prestigious Varnes Medal of the International Consortium on Landslides at the 6th World Landslide Forum in Florence, Italy in November 2023. 
Prof. Gary Chan Shueng-Han (center) was elected as a Sigma Xi Fellow in the 2023 cohort for his contributions to enterprises through scientific research.
Prof. Gary Chan Shueng-Han (center) was elected as a Sigma Xi Fellow in the 2023 cohort for his contributions to enterprises through scientific research. 
Among the 81 individuals and 50 teams who were honored with the inaugural National Engineer Awards, Prof. Zhang Limin is the only awardee from HKSAR.
Among the 81 individuals and 50 teams who were honored with the inaugural National Engineer Awards, Prof. Zhang Limin is the only awardee from HKSAR. 
Prof. Sun Fei is funded with a fellowship grant of around HK$5.2 million over a period of five years to conduct his project on Genetically Programmable Materials for Axon Regeneration.
Prof. Sun Fei is funded with a fellowship grant of around HK$5.2 million over a period of five years to conduct his project on Genetically Programmable Materials for Axon Regeneration. 
STEM Day DIY Corner
HKUST Engineering showcased innovation and experiential learning at Alumni Reunion and STEM Day 
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