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Professor Gao Wen from Peking University presented solutions to the challenges facing video surveillance systems.
The 2014 LIVAC Pan-Chinese Media Personality Roster reflects political issues dominating media coverage in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong.
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New technology developed by CityU researchers can enhance the effectiveness of “bionic eyes", creating more stable images for people suffering from visual impairments.
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The International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia co-hosted by SCM at CityU is being held from 9 to 12 December on campus.
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Three joint research projects of CityU have received grants under the National Natural Science Foundation of China/Research Grants Council Joint Research Scheme.
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Reversing climate change through the use of carbon technology to offset carbon emissions was the topic of a lecture by Professor Frank Shu of Academia Sinica on 3 December.
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The CityU president discussed knowledge transfer at the Presidents’ Forum during the APAC Innovation Summit 2014 on 1 December.
Co-hosted by Tsinghua University's School of Law and CityU's School of Law, the 'Conference on Legal Education in Greater China—Meeting the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century', held at CityU 21 and 22 May, was the culmination of a long, cooperative relationship between the two institutions. Some essential ingredients in a comprehensive strategy for meeting the challenges faced by legal education emerged during the discussions.
The third technology transfer forum“Structural engineering for cost saving", co-organized by CityU and the Hong Kong Productivity Council on 21 May, disseminated the University’s mature technologies in building and construction.
An exuberant lion dance symbolizing the spirit of youth, power, strength and vitality marked the opening of the “International Conference on Youth Empowerment: A Cross-cultural Exchange” organized by the Department of Applied Social Studies (SS) on 17 May. Over 300 practitioners, scholars and students in social services from 34 cities in 14 countries flocked to CityU to share their findings and experiences in youth empowerment studies and initiatives at the conference that lasts until 20 May.

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