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Chair Professor Michael Hung of the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management has developed two novel technologies that detect structural defects and unstable tiles in buildings.
CityU's School of Law and Wuhan University jointly organized an International Conference on Legal Issues Relating to the Protection of Bio-safety, 23-24 August, to faciliate an open exchange of views among mainland and regional scholars.
Consumers today are faced with the bother of using different sockets and cables to charge up their various hand-held electronic devices. But imagine charging up your mobile phone, MP3 and PDA all at the same time using just one wireless platform.
Chair Professor Michael Hung and Dr Ralph Ip of the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management have designed a safety chain fixture that can prevent aluminium windows from falling.
Two graduates from CityU's Department of Electronic Engineering have won the championship and a merit award in the Undergraduate Section of the IEE Hong Kong YMS Paper Contest 2005.
Radio Television Hong Kong, in collaboration with CityU, will launch a new Korean language radio programme entitled “Let's go Korea!” on 21 August. The programme aims to promote a better understanding of Korean language and culture among the Hong Kong public.
Fifty five senior form students from 11 secondary schools in Hong Kong are taking part in the Chiang Chen MEEM Technology Workshop, held from 2 to 5 August
The Department of Electronic Engineering and the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology are putting their best faces-and finest research projects-forward at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2001.
If a group of management sciences professors at City University have their way, the Centa-City Index, a winner of CityU's prestigious Applied Research Excellence Awards in 2001, may become as widely accepted and creditable as the Hang Seng Index in measuring the territory's economic health.
Three CityU scientists, all from the Department of Biology and Chemistry (BCH), will take an active role as key collaborative partners in the Area of Excellence (AoE) Scheme. The Scheme, now in its second round, was introduced in 1995 by the University Grants Committee with the aim of promoting excellence in research and other scholarly activities in selected areas among local universities.

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