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Bright Future Engineering Talent Hub officially inaugurated to nurture young engineering talent
The Inauguration of Bright Future Engineering Talent Hub was held on 15 October to mark its official launch at CityU.
Advanced matter and materials the theme at the 3rd HK Tech Forum at CityU
Eminent scholars from academia to industry gathered at the HK Tech Forum on Advanced Matter and Materials, hosted by HKIAS at CityU from 19 to 20 September, to share their findings and explore approaches in the development of advanced materials.
Young engineers as world changers
The CityU X Sino Grand Challenges Scholars Program, which acknowledges the patronage of the Sino Group, offered a unique package of training for tackling some of the most pressing issues in the 21st century.
Distinguished CityU scholar wins Green Tech Award
Professor Wang Zuankai of CityU is one of nine recipients to win the 2021 Green Tech Award organised by the Meituan Green Tech Fund for his innovative multidisciplinary research on low carbon cooling and nature-inspired engineering.
$4m donation launches Bright Future Engineering Talent Hub for STEM education
The Bright Future Engineering Talent Hub has been established at the College of Engineering at CityU thanks to a generous donation of HK$4 million from the Bright Future Charitable Foundation.
Professor Kuo Tei-Wei
Professor Kuo Tei-Wei, Lee Shau Kee Chair Professor of Information Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering, has been elected as a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in the Natural Sciences class.
Outstanding Research Award recognises distinguished performance
Five faculty members at CityU are conferred the Outstanding Research Award this year for their eminent performances in materials science, media and communication, biomedical sciences and data science.
Powerful new Ti-alloys using 3D printing
Super-strong, highly ductile and ultra-light alloys are now possible thanks to the innovative use of additive manufacturing according to a materials research team at CityU.
CityU excels on global top scientists list
According to metrics compiled by Stanford University, over 170 CityU faculty members are listed among the top 2% of the world's most highly cited scientists, reflecting the high academic standard of our faculty and our excellent research performance.
Prof Kuo Tei-wei Humboldt Research Award
Professor Kuo Tei-wei, Lee Shau Kee Chair Professor of Information Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering, has been awarded the Humboldt Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in recognition of his achievements as a pioneer in system and software designs of non-volatile memory.

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