Showing 1 to 10 of 19 results
Professor Way Kuo visited Taipei before Christmas along with colleagues in charge of student recruitment to promote CityU among elite Taiwanese secondary school students.
CityU has received over $12 million funding support for developing a “smart antenna” system that will enable seamless 4G mobile communications.
Professor Guanrong Chen, Chair Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering, has been awarded one of the most significant prizes in electronics and information technology in mainland China.
Representatives from government, business, the general public and academia shared views at CityU on the government’s proposed reforms for financing healthcare.
Boosted with new members drawn from society, the CityU Court was briefed on the University’s latest achievements and key initiatives at its 4th general meeting.
Secretary for the Environment meets academics and administrators at CityU to discuss issues related to the environment.
A new alumni body called the CityU Eminence Society has been established with the support of CityU. The aim is to bring together enthusiastic and supportive alumni to help advance the University and serve the community.
Electronic engineering students from CityU will help promote e-learning by developing a new type of e-book, the CityBook, for local primary and secondary school students.