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New Strategic Plan offers ‘world-class’ vision
A newly launched vision for the future development of CityU further establishes our identity as a world-class university.
CityU JUPAS Consultation Week to be held from 25 to 30 May
To avoid crowds, CityU will be holding consultations online this year. Students who are interested in enrolling in CityU can learn about CityU’s JUPAS programmes and learning environment while staying at home.
Breakthrough technology indicates earlier detection for Alzheimer’s disease
A research team co-led by a scientist at CityU has discovered a new, non-invasive way to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease, helping patients get the necessary treatments around 10 years before any symptoms appear.
Morale boosting poster campaign cheers up campus
To thank all CityU members for their commitment, the “Anti-epidemic ‘Cheer Up Station!’” poster campaign has been launched.
New ventilation system helps protect healthcare workers from Covid-19 infection
Professor John Lin from the Division of Building Science and Technology has invented a stratum ventilation system that provides fresh air for healthcare staff inside a ward.
President H K Chang, and senior management staff welcomed Mr Zhao Zhizhen, Director-General of the Wuhan Broadcasting Corporation and other guests on 15 December and accompanied them on a tour of the campus.
The University has identified new areas of strategic interest in both inter- and multidisciplinary research, with the setting up of three new Faculty Research Centres: Centre for Chaos Control and Synchronization, Centre for Media Technology, and Southeast Asia Centre . With these additions, the number of faculty research centres at CityU now totals 10.
In a rare display of talent, three CityU scientists¡Xall chair professors¡Xhave been newly admitted to the elite of IEEE fellowship: Professor Paul Chu, from the Department of Physics and Materials Science, Professor Ron Hui and Professor Luk Kwai-man, both from the Department of Electronic Engineering. In the latest round of the IEEE election, only eight new 2003 Fellows, all academics, are from Hong Kong .
"Translating legal precedents from the mainland has been such a lonely endeavour. Now I feel my efforts are being recognized and hope that more people will give their support," said Dr Priscilla Leung, Associate Professor in the School of Law, who has been chosen as one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons by the Hong Kong Junior Chamber of Commerce this year.

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