"Simon, I have updates!" says Michelle almost as soon as she sees Simon Law at the student commons of Department of Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management (IELM). As a Bachelor of Engineering in Logistics Management and Engineering graduate, Michelle is keen to brief Simon, also a HKUST Engineering alumnus who has been helping her with her start-up, on the latest developments in the design of her product "Aromeo"...
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology today presented its fourth “HKUST President’s Outstanding Service Award” to laud and recognize dedicated non-academic staff members for their outstanding contributions and exemplary performance.
Prof David Rossiter, Computer Science and Engineering, has won the prestigious Michael G Gale Medal for Distinguished Teaching in 2017. The honor was established by the University Council in 1994 and is awarded to the faculty member who best exemplifies the continued pursuit of excellence, devotion to teaching and the ability to inspire and motivate others.
The faculty and students at the Robotics Institute of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have developed Hong Kong’s first unmanned car with a host of innovative functions, including the ability to avoid obstacles as it travels on its planned route.
School of Engineering (SENG) members have achieved outstanding results in the 7th Annual HKUST One Million Dollar Entrepreneurship Competition, with five out of six winning teams included SENG students or alumni. The competition was held in five cities this year and attracted over 900 teams comprising students, startups and professionals, more than doubled over a year ago.
A paper tower building competition for secondary school students was held at the Hong Kong University
of Science and Technology (HKUST) on July 8 with the aim of inspiring young people to be future leaders
in engineering by developing their team spirit, logical thinking and engineering concepts.
The HKUST Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Alumni Homecoming Workshop 2017, organized by the Department of CSE, was held successfully on 17 June 2017 (Saturday) on campus, attracting over 70 alumni, students, faculty and guests to attend the event and learn the current topics of "Systems, Applications, Networks and Data (SAND)" as the theme of workshop.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) hosted its annual Underwater Robot Competition and a record high 300 students from 42 different primary and secondary schools signed up for the four-day event.