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Dr Sun Hongyi at CityU has developed a unique intellectual teaching model designed to stimulate creativity and innovation by means of Chinese wisdom and fostering entrepreneurship with Western scientific methodology.
Professor Xie Min, Chair Professor in the Department of Advanced Design and Systems Engineering and the School of Data Science, has been elected to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (EASA) in the Technical and Environmental Sciences class.
A total of 78 projects from students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering were on display at a two-day exhibition on campus from 29 to 30 May.
CityU proudly announces that four outstanding university teachers nominated by students, alumni or programme committees have won the 2005-06 Teaching Excellence Awards. The four winners were chosen from 27 nominations.
Thirteen students from the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management (MEEM) have joined a voluntary project to help elderly homeowners install safety chains that can prevent windows from falling.
In a workshop organized by the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, 20 to 22 July 2004, 38 secondary school participants learned the basics of mechatronic engineering and constructed miniature vehicles. Some outstanding works won the participating teams honors and prizes during a competition held on the last day of the workshop.
Twenty-three Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) students have formed two teams to enter the Robocon Hong Kong Contest -- Lovers' Reunion on 20 June. The winning team in the Hong Kong contest will represent Hong Kong at the ABU Asia-Pacific Robot Contest 2004 (ABU Robocon) in Seoul, Korea, in September.
Representing Hong Kong in the 37th WorldSkills Competition held 19-22 June in Switzerland, CityU BEng (Hons) graduate, Mr Steward Yeung achieved the status of "Excellent," following quickly on the heels of becoming Champion in the Hong Kong Youth Skill Competition organized by the Vocational Training Council (VTC) in 2002.