An innovative project developed in the four-week Design Thinking course collaborated by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the China Academy of Art received recognition outside the classroom as it was named the National Winner of the James Dyson Award 2017 in the Hong Kong region.
A Civil and Environmental Engineering postgraduate team won three awards including the championship in the Introducing and Demonstrating Earthquake Engineering Research in Schools (IDEERS) competition held in Taiwan on September 22-23.
Two papers by professors and PhD students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and their collaborators from the Hong Kong Government were honored by best paper awards of leading international geotechnical journals. This marks the first time the awards were given to teams with members all from Hong Kong.
Three PhD students of Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management at HKUST demonstrated their audio technology research to the parents of hearing-impaired children on October 7, enabling parents with normal hearing to experience what their hearing-impaired children are listening to every day.
The Robotics Team of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has scooped nine awards this year – including the world championship of the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) International Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) competition in Long Beach, California – the first Asian team who gained this honor since the game began in 2002.
The wining team of the HKUST President’s Cup 2017 received further recognition of their final year project on a flexible robotic gripper called “Smart Soft End Effector” when they recently won the Gold Award in the ASM Technology Award 2017.