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HKUST Researchers Develop Revolutionary Biomimetic Olfactory Chips to Enable Advanced Gas Sensing and Odor Detection
HKUST Researchers Develop Revolutionary Biomimetic Olfactory Chips to Enable Advanced Gas Sensing and Odor Detection
A School of Engineering research team has developed biomimetic olfactory chips (BOC) that are able to integrate nanotube sensor arrays on nanoporous substrates with up to 10,000 individually addressable gas sensors per chip, a configuration that is similar to how olfaction works for humans and other animals.
Prof. ZHANG Jun’s Research on Privacy-Preserving Distributed Learning Published in Nature Communications
Prof. ZHANG Jun’s Research on Privacy-Preserving Distributed Learning Published in Nature Communications
A research paper on “Selective Knowledge Sharing for Privacy-Preserving Federated Distillation Without a Good Teacher”, co-authored by Prof. ZHANG Jun, Electronic and Computer Engineering (ECE), and his former PhD student Dr. SHAO Jiawei, was published in leading multidisciplinary journal Nature Communications.
Prof. ZHOU Yanguang’s Research on Thermal Management Using Porous Crystals Published in Nature Communications
Prof. ZHOU Yanguang’s Research on Thermal Management Using Porous Crystals Published in Nature Communications
Prof. ZHOU Yanguang and his PhD students from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) recently published a research paper titled “Direct Observation of Tunable Thermal Conductance at Solid/Porous Crystalline Solid Interfaces Induced by Water Adsorbates” in the journal Nature Communications.
Prof. Kevin CHEN Fabricated a First-of-Its-Kind GaN/SiC Hybrid Field-Effect Transistor
Prof. Kevin CHEN Fabricated a First-of-Its-Kind GaN/SiC Hybrid Field-Effect Transistor
Prof. Kevin CHEN Jing and his research team from the Electronic and Computer Engineering Department have fabricated a gallium nitride (GaN) and silicon carbide (SiC) hybrid field-effect transistor called HyFET. Their work was featured in IEEE Spectrum, titled “Is This Hybrid Tech the Future of Power Electronics?”
HKUST Researchers Develop a Versatile, Reconfigurable, and Damage-Tolerant Single-Wire Sensor Array
HKUST Researchers Develop a Versatile, Reconfigurable, and Damage-Tolerant Single-Wire Sensor Array
By mimicking the human ear’s ability to distinguish sounds through tonotopy, this innovative sensor array approach could optimize the application of sensor arrays in fields such as robotics, aviation, healthcare, and industrial machinery.
HKUST-Led Research Unveiled Early Predictors of Glioma Evolution by Self-constructed Machine Learning Model CELLO2
HKUST-Led Research Unveiled Early Predictors of Glioma Evolution by Self-constructed Machine Learning Model CELLO2
An international research team led by HKUST has unveiled how primary brain tumors evolve under therapy and developed an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered model for patients to predict their prognosis, shedding light on better patient management strategies and precision oncology.
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An Educator Focusing on Experiential and Service Learning
Women in Engineering
A Fresh Look at Fathoming Global Warming
A Fresh Look at Fathoming Global Warming
Entrepreneurship
Shaping the Food and Shaking the Cocktails of Tomorrow
Shaping the Food and Shaking the Cocktails of Tomorrow
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QS World University Rankings by Subject 2024

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Number 52 globally for Engineering and Technology in the QS World University Rankings by Subject in 2024

Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2024

Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2023

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