Budding engineers share IEEE awards

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Six outstanding engineering students, three from CityU and three from the Chinese University of Hong Kong , shared the honours at the IEEE Hong Kong Student Paper Contest Awards. The winners presented their papers and the achievements of their innovative research projects at the award presentation ceremony held on 22 February at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University .

The CityU winners, Mr Yum Tze-yin, Mr Wong Hang, and Mr Chen Shengyong, received their certificates and cash awards from Dr H W Ngan, Chairman of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE), Hong Kong Section.

Mr Yum, an MPhil student in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE), won the second prize in the Undergraduate Section with his paper titled "Novel Sub-harmonically Pumped Mixers Incorporating Spiral CMRCs for Low-cost Wireless Communications

Subsystems". Second prize in the Postgraduate Section went to Mr Wong, a 2002 MPhil graduate working as a research assistant in EE's Wireless Communication Research Centre, for his paper: "Dual-Polarized PCS Base Station Antennas and Array".

Third prize in the Postgraduate Section went to Mr Chen, a PhD student in the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, for his paper: "Perception Planning for Model-based Robot Vision.

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