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C Raj Kumar, Lecturer in the School of Law, has completed his reasearch project entitled "Corruption and Human Rights -- Promoting Transparency in Governance in Hong Kong, Japan and India".
CityU's Language Information Sciences Research Centre and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences apply advanced information technology to produce a new Language Atlas of China that displays and explains the complex distribution of languages and dialects inside and outside China.
In mid-May 2004, Dr Joseph Fong, Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science, obtained sponsorship nearing HK$1 million from the Hong Kong Government's Innovation and Technology Fund and the industrial sector in support of his project to develop a software tool that advances database processing onto the Internet superhighway. His research has significant application value to e-Government and e-Commerce.
CityU scores first place in the number and level of grant awards in the “Electrical and Electronic Engineering”and “Mathematics”disciplines in the 2004-05 Competitive Earmarked Research Grants exercise.
Hong Kong has never been short of indices, particularly in the economic and business arena. We have, for example, the Hang Seng Index to gauge the volatility of its stock market. CityU's Department of Management Sciences, in co-operation with Centaline Property Agency Ltd, produces the Centaline Index to record the ups and downs of the local residential property market.
The world of e-commerce is changing at the speed of light. Companies boom and go bust in the blink of an eye. New business strategies come and go like whirlwinds. Everyone involved in e-business, from theorists to practitioners, have a difficult time keeping up with the latest developments, let alone share their experience and wisdom with others.