Ten FAQs and a brief history
Vacant TV frequencies open way for fast wireless future
Dean of Engineering leads the way to cleaner energy
CUHK robotics scientist has enabled robots to see and operate autonomously
Engineering alumnus Rex Sham develops the world’s most advanced fire detection robot, achieving public good and profit at the same time.
Information engineering alumnus Tim Lee has been the brain and driving force behind the sea change in Chinese consumer behaviour. Now he hopes to give Hong Kong's tepid mobile payment market a much-needed boost.
Chen Shih-chi’s nanoscale printer makes invisibility a reality
Cheng Che-hoo makes his way from CUHK to the Asia Pacific
Liao Wei-hsin harvests energy from human motion
Zhang Li’s army of nanorobots
Wong Tak-sing imitates nature to give flesh to the future
CUHK marshals education into the cyber age
Laurence Chan and Martin Tsang Push the Frontier of Electric Vehicle Development
Engineering student Jeffery Liu talks about his startup Panjury which organizes web comments, considered the flotsam and jetsam in the seas of information, to derive measures of public sentiment.
The 38-year-old tells how he plunged straight into business immediately after obtaining his engineering doctorate, and why he is moving out of his comfort zone again to make personalized children's storybooks.
Future-proofing the young with AI education
Eric Kuo’s career path straight out of campus