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CityU has joined forces with universities on the mainland to explore cross-border collaboration opportunities in the area of UHF RFID deployment in order to achieve greater operational efficiency.
CityU has broken into the top 50 in Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences, according to the 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities compiled by Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
Offers of scholarships to study abroad and invitations to participate in open art competitions exemplify the academic and artistic excellence of CityU graduate students.
CityU diagnostic technology scholar has been elected as Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his contributions to society through his research and commitment to education.
The Inaugural International Alternative Dispute Resolution Mooting Competition held at CityU ended on 14 August. The moot team of Murdoch University from Australia emerged as the overall winner while the School of Law of CityU was the runner-up.
New technology for generating stereoscopic video has earned Evan Xu, a CityU PhD-student-to-be, the Gold Award in the finals of the 2010 Amway Pan-Pearl River Delta Region Universities IT Project Competition.
The world’s first mooting competition to combine arbitration and mediation to resolve a simulated dispute in court case will be held at CityU from 8 to 14 August.
Professor Way Kuo was invited to share his observations on tertiary education and the community in a talk hosted by Kwang Hwa Information and Culture Center and Asia Pacific Taiwan Federation of Industry and Commerce on 6 August.