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Encouraging students to apply their knowledge to society is the key teaching philosophy shared among this year’s Teaching and Excellence Award winners at CityU.
Two top mathematicians at CityU have been elected Fellows of the European Academy of Sciences.
An internationally acclaimed scholar of wavelet theory, who has significantly advanced digital data processing, has been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics 2018 by CityU.
Professor Stanley Osher has been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics 2016 by CityU.
Three influential scientists from CityU have been named among the world’s top researchers in 2015 by Thomson Reuters.
CityU ranks 2nd in Hong Kong in terms of the number of Highly Cited Researchers named in the list of Highly Cited Researchers 2014 published by Thomson Reuters.
Three CityU scientists were conferred second-class honours under the State Natural Science Award and the State Scientific and Technological Progress Award in recognition of their outstanding achievements.
Professor Daniel Ho Wing-cheong and Professor Pan Haihua at CityU have been selected as Chang Jiang Chair Professors by the Ministry of Education.
Professor Yang Tong, Chair Professor in the Department of Mathematics at CityU, has been awarded the Distinguished Scientific Researcher Prize by the Croucher Foundation.
CityU has awarded the first William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics to Professor George Papanicolaou, Professor of Mathematics of Stanford University, in recognition of his exceptional contributions across a wide spectrum of research areas in applied mathematics.

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