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The Wireless Communications Research Centre of CityU has been accredited under the HOKLAS to become the first non-governmental laboratory accredited in Asia Pacific to provide antenna calibration services, demonstrating its leading position in this field.
CityU PhD graduate 2006 Dr Wong Hang has won the Top Prize in the student category in the Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2006 with his paper "Unidirectional Antenna Composed of a Planar Dipole and a Shorted Patch".
Universities are becoming even more important because of today's knowledge-driven economy and enhanced competition throughout the world, according to Professor Patrick Dowling at CityU's Distinguished Lecture held on 17 February.
Professor Patrick Dowling, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Surrey, UK, will give a talk entitled “The road to a first-class applied research university” on 17 February as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series organized by CityU.
A delegation of 16 representatives from the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP) and its incubatee companies visited City University's Wireless Communications Laboratory 5 March, on the lookout for possible collaboration opportunities between the University and industry.
Six outstanding engineering students, three each from the City University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, shared the honours at the 2002 IEEE Hong Kong Student Paper Contest awards. The awardees presented their winning papers and achievements of their innovative research projects at the award presentation ceremony held on 22 February at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
"Whatever you do, do it with your best." By a spirit of perseverance, Mr Kenji Yum Tsz-yin, an electronic engineering graduate this year, clinched the championship in the IEE Hong Kong Young Members Section Paper Contest 2002 with his paper "Novel Sub-harmonically Pumped Mixers Incorporating Spiral Compact Microstrip Resonant Cells for Low Cost Wireless Communications Subsystems". The eight finalists in the contest are all PhD students, except Kenji.