Fellow of Energy Institute

Ir Dr. Philip W. T. Pong has been elected as the Fellow of the Energy Institute (FEI). FEI is the EI’s highest level of membership, recognising professional who make a difference in energy. Energy Institute has over 20000 members and only 5% of its members are fellows. There are only

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Nankai University delegation visited HKUEEE

A delegation that combined with teachers and undergraduate students from Nankai University 南開大學came to our Department for a 3-day-visit. Hosted by Prof. S C Chan, our Associate Head of Department (TPG and Development), the delegation has attended some seminars in our Department, they have also visited to some facilities in

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EEE students won the 2nd prizes in the 5th Hong Kong University Students Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

Two EEE students won the 2nd prize (二等獎) in the 5th Hong Kong University Students Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (第五屆香港大學生創新及創業大賽). Our EEE PhD student, Mr. Ray Z.X. LI, who is co-supervised by Dr. Vincent Tam and Prof. Lawrence Yeung got the award with the project “基於人工智慧及區塊鏈技術的投資管理系統”. Also, Ray will be

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Dr. Kaibin Huang received a Research Achievement Award from the Ministry of Education of China

Together with his collaborators at HKUST and Zhejiang University, Dr. Kaibin Huang received a Second Class Award in Research Achievements (Natural Science), Ministry of Education, China, 2018 [教育部高等學校科學研究優秀成果獎(自然科学) 二等獎 2018]. The award was given for their contributions on developing 5G technologies including multi-antenna transmission, cross-layer radio resource management, and wireless

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Professor David Hill invited speaker at Mathematics of Energy Systems Programme in the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge University

The renowned Isaac Newton Institute (INI) has hosted a programme on Mathematics in Energy Systems (MES) from January to May 2019. The programme consisted of five week-long workshops, two associated knowledge exchange workshops with industry and nine focused work tracks motivated by the theme (https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/mes): “The rapid advance of renewable

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