The HKUST ROV Sub-team, which consists of 14 students (1 COMP, 2 ELEC, 1 MECH, 1 PHYS, 8 SENG and 1 SBM), won Championship in Explorer Class in the 9th Hong Kong/Asia Regional IET/MATE Underwater Robot Challenge held on 13 April 2014.
HKUST today announced the recipients of the School of Engineering (SENG) Research Excellence Awards 2014. The recipients are outstanding scholars who have made significant discoveries at the forefront of engineering research.
The Airship Competition, held on 23 April, is the highlight of a new 3-credit engineering course – Engineering Team Airship Design – targeting mainly at first-year engineering students. Aerial firefighting is the task each team has to complete.
Prof Albert Wong, Prof Tim Woo and Mr Kobe Lam (Research Assistant) of Electronic and Computer Engineering have developed the "Auditory and Speech Training App" for hearing-impaired children, which revolutionized existing paper-based auditory training tools with Android-based mobile app technologies.
Samantha Wing-man Kong, a Year-Three student of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, was a dual winner of Top 10 Outstanding Youth Awards who also scooped the Social Service Award in the commendation scheme. The prize is a prestigious one presented by HKSAR Home Affairs Bureau and Commission on Youth to commend their outstanding achievements in personal development, leadership and social services. The other winner was Phoebe Cheuk-lam Lam, Year-One Science student.