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Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors
Professor Joe Qin Sizhao, Chair Professor of Data Science, Dean of the School of Data Science at CityU, and Director of the Hong Kong Institute for Data Science, has been elected to the rank of Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Joint Lab
The Greater Bay Area Joint Laboratory of Big Data Imaging and Communications has been established by the Department of Electrical Engineering and the State Key Laboratory of Terahertz and Millimeter Waves at CityU.
New Council Members
The Chief Executive of the HKSAR re-appointed Mr Lester Garson Huang, SBS, JP, as the Council Chairman of CityU for another three-year term, and appointed three new members to the Council.
Bienvenue en France!
The Dialogue Series with Consuls General series organised by the Office of the Vice-President (Student Affairs) at CityU was held on 11 November.
President encourages young students to meet challenges with a positive attitude
Speaking at recent speech day ceremonies, President Way Kuo encouraged secondary school students to meet challenges with a positive attitude.
United, We Soar campaign
A comprehensive fundraising campaign named “United, We Soar” signals the start of a new era at CityU. The campaign, which is the first of its kind for CityU, was launched on 1 December with its public phase.
Once there were eight -- now CityU boasts nine Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the elite among the world's largest professional body of electronic engineers and scientists.
Dear colleagues, At the 18th Congregation that has just been successfully completed, I was delighted to see another batch of 6,024 students graduating from our University. Amidst the intense discussion of the issue of budget reduction in the higher education sector, it is encouraging to learn that government officials have promised to look into ways to minimize the 2005-08 cuts.
A joint declaration on how to overcome the issue of the "digital divide", drafted by more than 300 university students from 189 nations/regions around the world, will be presented to about 50 heads of state in an upcoming world summit on global telecommunications, to be held in mid December. A CityU research student, Mr Steven Yang, was one of the young drafters.
With the Hong Kong community busy preparing for the District Election on 23 November, the City University of Hong Kong Press launched a timely new title—Political Consequences of Electoral Systems: The Hong Kong Proportional Representation System—on 18 November. The book outlines the development of electoral systems in Hong Kong.

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