HKUST Engineering Research Sparks cum Postgraduate Study Webinar - Aging & Healthcare, Energy & Sustainability, Smart Cities

6:40pm - 8:00pm
Zoom Webinar

Curiosity sparks research.  Research sparks innovation.  Innovation sparks a better world.

HKUST Engineering Research Sparks cum Postgraduate Study Webinar is a forum series that brings together HKUST professors across engineering disciplines to share their insights on strategic research areas, trends and challenges.  We believe inspiring the new generation of academics, researchers and entrepreneurs will spark unlimited possibilities for the future.

Come join the Webinar to:

  • Learn more about the latest developments in different disciplines and research areas
  • Gain ideas and inspiration for research topics and possible career paths
  • Explore HKUST School of Engineering's postgraduate programs and opportunities
Speakers / Performers:

Prof Richard SO
Associate Dean of Engineering (Research and Graduate Studies)
Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Decision Analytics, and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, HKUST

Speakers / Performers:

Prof LO Hong-Kam
Chair Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director of GREAT Smart Cities Institute, and
Associate Director of HKUST-DiDi Joint Research Lab, HKUST

Speakers / Performers:

Prof Ying CHAU
Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and
Director of Student Innovation for Global Health Technology, HKUST

Speakers / Performers:

Prof FAN Zhiyong
Professor, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, and Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Director of Center on Smart Sensors and Environmental Technologies, and
Director of HKUST Shenzhen Laboratory for Clean Energy and Environmental Sensor Technology, HKUST

Speakers / Performers:

Prof YEUNG Sai-Kit
Associate Professor, Division of Integrative Systems and Design, and Department of Computer Science and Engineering, HKUST

Recommended For
General public
PG students
UG students
School of Engineering

(Please register by 25 October 2021, UTC+8)

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