Student Interflow in China

15 students of the Faculty of Engineering participated in the Sichuan-Hong Kong Academic Interflow Conference 2014 in the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) in Chengdu, Sichuan on 5th June, 2014. The conference was jointly organized by the School of Life Science and Technology of UESTC and the Faculty of Engineering of HKU.

Topics discussed included HKU’s contented involvement in Sichuan Reconstruction project, and the implementation of the e-learning technology to support teaching and learning. The latest technology trends were also shared, such as using one’s eyeball to command a computer, as well as using cloud technology to remotely control home appliances.

Three teams of HKU students received awards in the Conference. LEE Ho Tin Christopher (PhD EE), SUEN Long Kiu Justine (MedE Yr2) and CHEUNG Chun Yin Hiko (MedE Yr2) received the Best Project Award. MOK Ka Hei (CS Yr 2), CHAN Ting Ho (EE Yr 2) , WONG Kam, Fai (EE Yr2) and CHAU Morian (Science Yr2) received the Best Team Award. CHEN Haohua Edward (MSc EEE1) and LI Si she Season (MSc EEE1) received the Best Presentation Award

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The interflow was held at UESTC’s main building, student representatives from HKU and UESTC exchanged ideas and various topics.

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Hiko Cheung (Year 2 Medical Engineering) presented HKU’s reconstruction efforts after the Sichuan Earthquake together with his teammates Christopher Lee (PhD Electrical Engineering) and Justin Suen (Year 2 Medical Engineering).

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Dr. Wilton Fok presented souvenirs to Prof. Yuan of UESTC

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LEE Ho Tin Christopher (PhD EE), SUEN Long Kiu Justine (MedE Yr2) and CHEUNG Chun Yin Hiko (MedE Yr2) received the Best Project Award

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MOK Ka Hei (CS Yr 2), CHAN Ting Ho (EE Yr 2) , WONG Kam, Fai (EE Yr2) and CHAU Morian (Science Yr2) received the Best Team Award

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CHEN Haohua Edward (MSc EEE1) and LI Si zhe Season (MSc EEE1) received the Best Presentation Award

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All awardees from HKU and UESTC

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The interflow was once again successfully conducted with the active participation of HKU and UESTC students.

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Mass group photo in the Academic Interflow Conference