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  • Prof. Helen Meng Received HKWPEA Outstanding Women Professionals and Entrepreneurs Award

    Prof. Helen Meng, Chairman of the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, received 2017 Outstanding Women Professionals and Entrepreneurs Award by the Hong Kong Women Professionals & Entrepreneurs Association in recognition of her professional accomplishment.  Prof. Meng received all her degrees from MIT ...
  • Prof. Cheng Chun Hung Develops Real-time Trolley Supply Monitoring System with AI-based Video Content Analytics Enhancing Service Quality of Hong Kong International Airport

    The Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, in collaboration with Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (LSCM R&D Centre) and Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA), has successfully developed a *Real-time Trolley Supply Monitoring System* at the Hong...
  • Prof. Heng Pheng Ann Develops Artificial Intelligent Systems Improving Efficiency in Diagnosing Lung Cancer and Breast Cancer through Automated Medical Image Analysis

    A research team led by Prof. HENG Pheng Ann, Department of Computer Science and Engineering has developed an automated image processing technology that, through deep learning, is able to offer efficient and accurate diagnosis using CT scan and histopathological images. The technology has been tested on two of Hong Kong’s most prevalent...
  • CUHK and TCL Establish Collaboration in AI and Big Data Research

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong and TCL Corporation Ltd (TCL) have entered a new era of collaboration by signing a strategic partnership agreement on 2 August 2017. Both parties are committed to promoting research in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data. The agreement will foster closer engineering collaboration between CUHK ...
  • Prof. Ren Wei Develops a Small, Portable, Low-Cost Gas Sensing System

    A team led by Prof. REN Wei, Assistant Professor of the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering has developed a portable gas sensing system with high sensitivity. The use of quartz-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy (QEPAS), significantly lowers operational costs. The system enables quick and ...
  • The Launch of the New Department of Biomedical Engineering

    The Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) of The Chinese University of Hong Kong is officially launched on 1 July 2017 and becomes the first biomedical engineering department in Hong Kong.  The aim of establishing a BME Department is to steer a coherent development of its core BME programmes at all levels from BEng, MSc to PhD; and ...
  • CUHK Won Championship in the PwC’s Inter-University Capture The Flag Competition

    In the PricewaterhouseCooper's hacking competition held on 23 June 2017, two teams from CUHK competed against other undergraduates in Hong Kong, and the team 'Wannacry' clinched the championship after 6 hours of non-stopped hacking to tackle 15 different challenges ranging from Crypto, Web, Binary reverse-engineering as well as ...
  • Prof. Ching Pak Chung Awarded HKSAR Silver Bauhinia Star

    Prof. Ching Pak Chung is awarded Silver Bauhinia Star 2017 by the HKSAR Government for his long and distinguished public and community service, particularly in his capacity as Chairman of the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong.  He has made exemplary efforts in the legislative amendment exercise of the Veterinary Surgeons ...
  • Two Engineering Professors Elected CAE Fellows

    Prof. Du Ruxu and Prof. Meng Qing Hu Max of the Faculty of Engineering have been elected Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) for their notable achievements in Engineering.  This year, a total of 52 new international fellows were inducted, and Professor Du and Professor Meng were the only ...
  • Engineering Team Develops Ultra-Thin Wearable Blood Pressure Sensor

    An ultra-thin, unobtrusive blood pressure (BP) sensor that can be worn as a wristband or weaved into clothing has been developed by a research team from the Faculty of Engineering at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Such devices are accurate and low on battery consumption. When connected to a wireless network, they can ...

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