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New approach for making high-strength and ductile alloys
A research team led CityU has discovered a new strategy for fabricating multicomponent superlattice alloys with disordered interfacial nanolayers that have both high strength and good ductility at various temperatures.

Data-driven crisis management
The Covid-19 pandemic contains the kind of multi-element problems evident in systems that require careful analysis in order to prevent delays and minimise chaotic responses, according to President Way Kuo of CityU.
 Gift from much-cherished benefactor endorses HKIAS mission
The HK$15 million gift from the late Dr Chung Sze-yuen will be used to establish the Sze-Yuen Chung Fund in support of HKIAS of CityU.
How materials evolve: a defective story
On 20 March Professor David Srolovitz, Head and Chair Professor of Department of Materials Science and Engineering, gave the latest instalment of the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
Nurturing neuroscience in Hong Kong
CityU’s HKIAS organised a two-day symposium on advances in neuroscience from 25 to 26 March.
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In honour of the 80th birthday of renowned mathematician Professor Philippe G. Ciarlet, CityU organised a conference on 12 November to showcase the University’s major role in fostering scientific cooperation between France and Hong Kong.
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The IAS Extended Workshop on Genomes, Cells and Mathematics featuring 18 world-renowned speakers was held in July to foster exchanges on related fields.
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The 14th International Conference on Nanostructured Materials was held from 24 to 29 June at CityU. The IAS Materials Summit ran concurrently with the conference.
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Professor Park Nam-gyu from Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea delivered an IAS Distinguished Lecture titled “Lead Halide Perovskite: Photovoltaics and Beyond” on 11 June.
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The phenomenon of a sliding drop on a surface is far from quantitatively understood, said Professor Dr Hans-Jürgen Butt at the latest IAS Distinguished Lecture on 15 May.

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