Student Achievements 2017

Winning 1st & 2nd Runner-up in the HKIE Electronics Project Competition 2017

9 May 2017

Mr Wu Chung Kit and Mr Chi Haoran (PhD students) have won the First-runner up and Second runner-up respectively in the HKIE Electronics Project Competition 2017 "Intelligent Technology Innovations for Smart Cities".

The two winning projects, both supervised by Dr K F Tsang, are titled:

  • First-runner up: "An Electrocardiogram-based Abnormal Driver's status Detection for Road Traffic Safety" , by Mr Wu Chung Kit
  • Second-runner up: "Optimal Interference-Mitigated ZigBee Based High Traffic Advanced Metering Infrastructure", by Mr Chi Haoran

Organized by The HKIE Electronics Division, the project competition aims to uplift the awareness and knowledge of IoT technologies of Hong Kong people, as well as to nurture engineers and students to effectively use and apply IoT technologies to improve the quality of life.

Winning Best Presentation Award in Inter-University Algo Trading Contest

24 FEB 2017

Two EE Year-4 students, Mr Chan Yin Hei (INFE) and Miss Xin Yan (CE), who teamed up with students from College of Business, have won the Best Presentation Award in the Inter-University Algo Trading Contest 2016/17. The winning project, which is supervised by Dr Ray Cheung (Associate Professor of EE) and Dr Michael Wong (Associate Professor of EF), is called "Salomon UPT Strategy". Organized by CASH Algo Finance Group, the competition aims to encourage university students to form a team with different required skills, including Mathematics, Statistics, Programing, Data Analytics, Quantitative Finance, Modeling, Reporting/Presentation, etc., to create and test their own designed algo trading strategies.

Winning IEEE MTT-S Undergraduate/ Pre-graduate Scholarship for Spring 2017

20 FEB 2017

Mr WONG Chun Kit, BEngECE final year student, has been awarded the IEEE MTT-S Undergraduate/Pre-graduate Scholarship for Spring 2017 by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S), USA. This is the seventh time our students received this award. His winning research project proposal is called "A Terahertz Near-Field Measurement System" which is supervised by Prof C H Chan.

IEEE MTT-S will award up to ten undergraduate/pre-graduate scholarships each for the fall and spring semester. The purpose of these scholarships is to attract BS and MS students to the microwave and RF discipline, and to encourage them to pursue a job in the field or a PhD degree in this field.