Outstanding Young Researcher Award (OYRA) 2011

Our associate professor, Dr. Anthony H.W. Choi has been selected to be one of the recipients of the HKU Outstanding Young Researcher Award for the year 2010-2011.

Dr. Choi leads a team of researchers investigating frontier research topics including solid-state lighting, GaN micro-cavities, fiber-coupled micro-displays and 3D laser micromachining at the Semiconductor Lighting and Display Laboratory. His major contributions include using fluorescent microspheres for white light LEDs, design and implementation of a stacked polychromatic LED structure, emissive nitride microdisplays and pivoted GaN-on-Si microcavities amongst others.

The Outstanding Young Researcher Award (OYRA) is one of the eminent awards under the Outstanding Researcher Awards scheme and is one of the major internal awards in HKU. The Award is made by the University Research Committee to give recognition to young researchers for their extremely outstanding accomplishments in research. The aim of which is to recognize HKU academics who excel in research. All recipients of the Award will be honoured at the Award Presentation Ceremony for Excellence in Teaching and Research on February 9, 2012 at Rayson Huang Theatre.

Congratulations to Dr. Choi!