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Dr Li Haoliang from the Department of Electrical Engineering has been named as one of the Top 50 AI+X Chinese Young Scholars for his contributions to AI research.
About 300 alumni from CityU attended the event “Hi President – A Dialogue with the President” on 18 June, in which they learned about the latest developments of CityU from the sharing by President Way Kuo of CityU and other CityU representatives and strengthened their links with their alma mater.
Distinguished Biomedical Engineering scientist elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering
For his outstanding achievements in robotics and biomedical engineering, Professor Sun Dong has been elected as a Fellow of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE).
Hong Kong venture capital fund and technology companies provide $15 million in additional annual angel fund investment for CityU HK Tech 300 start-ups
MoUs signed between CityU and three venture capital fund and technology companies will establish a co-investment partnership that will provide at least HK$15 million in additional angel fund investment each year to selected start-ups incubated by HK Tech 300.
CityU launches 1st nationwide HK Tech 300 Start-up Competition to promote start-up entrepreneurship in Hong Kong and mainland China
To further drive innovation and technology (I&T) development in Hong Kong and mainland China through a contest, CityU announced the first nationwide HK Tech 300 Start-up Competition, which will be held in various regions on the mainland.
Professor Joe Qin Sizhao received the 2022 CAST Computing in Chemical Engineering Award.
A research team co-led by CityU have successfully developed a novel Vacuum Ultra-Violet (VUV) meta-lens which can generate and focus the VUV light, a disruptive technology for the VUV optics market.
Six faculty members have received Teaching Excellence Awards for their contributions to raising the quality of teaching at CityU.
A home-based intervention programme for managing chronic diseases that has been designed by a team from CityU can reduce older people’s sense of loneliness which has worsened significantly during the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a CityU telesurvey.