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Professor Tracy Fullerton and Professor Chris Swain, researchers and teachers of game design at the School of Cinema-Television of the University of Southern California, ran a three-week intensive, hands-on game design course at CityU's School of Creative Media, to 7 July 2004.
CityU's Centre for Electronic Packaging and Assemblies, Failure Analysis and Reliability Engineering (EPA) was accredited for the third time by the Hong Kong Accreditation Service, in June 2004.
Logistics companies in Hong Kong will have to measure up to the modern standards of IT competence, order customization and a skilled workforce to survive the impact of globalization.
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.
C Raj Kumar, Lecturer in the School of Law, has completed his reasearch project entitled "Corruption and Human Rights -- Promoting Transparency in Governance in Hong Kong, Japan and India".
CityU's Language Information Sciences Research Centre and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences apply advanced information technology to produce a new Language Atlas of China that displays and explains the complex distribution of languages and dialects inside and outside China.
In mid-May 2004, Dr Joseph Fong, Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science, obtained sponsorship nearing HK$1 million from the Hong Kong Government's Innovation and Technology Fund and the industrial sector in support of his project to develop a software tool that advances database processing onto the Internet superhighway. His research has significant application value to e-Government and e-Commerce.
CityU scores first place in the number and level of grant awards in the “Electrical and Electronic Engineering”and “Mathematics”disciplines in the 2004-05 Competitive Earmarked Research Grants exercise.
PhD student Mr Mei Yongfeng has won the 2004 Young Scientist Award from the European Materials Research Society in recognition of his outstanding research in microelectronics technology.

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