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A research team from the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management at CityU has developed the world’s first non-destructive-testing based inspection system that can detect corrosion in buried and wall-covered pipes.
An automatic system developed by scientists at CityU is helping one of the world’s largest oil-sand corporations to monitor the efficiency and health of its oil-sand production pumps.
An air purification technology developed by Dr Oscar Hui Kwan-san, Lecturer from the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, transforms air pollutants into harmless substances.
Leading researchers and scholars have gathered at CityU for a 5-day IEEE International Conference on finding ways to improve quality of life via nanotechnology.
Dr Peter Tse from MEEM has been commissioned by Syncrude Canada, the world's largest oil sand corporation, to develop a monitoring system for its oil sand pumps
Among the eight local higher education institutions in Hong Kong, CityU was ranked third in terms of the percentage of successful applications for funding from the 2008-09 General Research Fund.