by By Manfred Chan

high-density racks
City University of Hong Kong (hereafter CityU) aspires to become a leading global university, excelling in research and professional education. To address the growing needs arising from our strategic interdisciplinary research areas as laid out in our Strategic Plan 2020–2025, the Computing Services ...

by Noel Laam

CityU Burgundy
On the sunny afternoon of 29 July 2021, the Special Interest Group for High-Performance Computing (SIGHPC) of the Joint Universities Computer Centre (JUCC) met at the City University of Hong Kong and visited CityU’s newly installed High-Performance Computing (HPC) facility, the CityU Burgundy. The ...

by Jacky Tsui, Roger Wong

​What is ERIC? Executive Research Information System for CityU (ERIC) ​is the new research project management solution of the University and it was rolled out in early February 2019. It not only replaced the old system – Integrated Research Information System (IRIS), which has been serving the CityU ...

by Michael Gibb

CityU Scholars was launched on 30 June to promote the achievements of faculty members, facilitate reporting information to the government, enhance the efficiency of internal reporting, and eliminate duplication.

by CityU Scholars Project Team

CityU Scholars
Background Research is one of the key output of a research-based institution like CityU. It is playing not only an important role in raising the ranking and branding of the institution but also as a way to attract talented students and researchers to join the big family. Showcasing our excellent ...

by Joe Lee

In the old days, High Performance Computing (HPC) implies extremely expensive hardware and software installations, intensive training to get accustomed to unfamiliar tools and working environment, heavy administration costs for daily operations, only relevant to complex, large scale and long-running ...

by Joe Lee

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) launched its first in-house high performance computer service (through the node named Thomas) to facilitate academic research in 2001 in order to provide supporting services to many research needs when computing resources were expensive and uncommon. This computer ...

by Ellen Chan

CityU and the Chinese University of Hong Kong organised an e-book international conference on 3 June to enable librarians from Hong Kong and the region to exchange ideas on purchasing and using this electronic educational resource.

by Grace Ho

Two hundred participants from higher education institutions in Hong Kong, the mainland, Taiwan and Singapore shared their experience in and examined issues on e-learning at the “2006 e-Learning Forum for Greater China” hosted at CityU, 19-20 May.

by Joe Lee

The High Performance Computer, SUN Enterprise 10000 Server, has recently been upgraded with the addition of 24 CPUs and 12 GB memory giving a full swing of 64 CPUs, 26 GB memory and 27 Gflops computation. Normally the entire machine will be configured as a single domain for the sole use of CityU ...