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Courses

EE2005 - Electronic Devices and Circuits

(2021/22 B, 2020/21 B)

The aim of this course is to provide students with the basic principles of electronic circuits and devices for analyzing simple circuits, and the characteristics of some commonly used electronic devices.

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EE3012 - Engineers in Society

(2021/22 A)

The course aims to provide students with knowledge in the obligations, roles and professional conduct of an engineer in a modern society.

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GE1322 Introduction to Human Bionics

(2020/21 A, 2018/19 A, 2016/17 A, 2015/16 A, 2014/15 A & B, 2013/14 A)

This course aims to encourage intellectual exchange between students in biology and engineering with students in humanities and social science in the context of brain-machine interface. This course enables students to gain insight of the impact on human health care through medicine and technology, and to translate abstract scientific knowledge into working systems. After taking this course, students will be able to place the understanding of basic principles in biology and engineering in the broader context of societal needs, i.e. pop culture, technology transfer and legal regulation.

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EE2108 - Computational Engineering Analysis

(2019/20 B)

The aim of this course is to provide the concept of what numeric methods are and how they relate to engineering problem solving. Students will learn how to formulate numerical models, select appropriate numerical methods, and implement the methods using computer programming language.

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*Phase out*

EE2301 - Basic Electronic Circuit

(2018/19 B, 2017/18 A & B, 2016/17 A & B, 2015/16 A & B, 2014/15 B, 2013/14 B, 2012/13 B)

The aim of this course is to provide students with the basic principles of electronic circuits and devices for analysing simple circuits (DC and AC), and the characteristics of some commonly used electronic devices, such as operational amplifiers, diodes, MOSFETs, and JFETs.


EE2109 - Electronic Circuits

(2020/21 A, 2019/20 A, 2018/19 B)

The aim of this course is to provide students with more in-depth analytical techniques used for solving linear circuits, and principles and concepts of some commonly used semiconductor devices.



Past Final Year Projects

2020/21

  • Navigator based on pedestrian tracking and GPS for visually impaired people (iOS application) (INFE/Chan Yu Hong/202021)

  • IOS App designed for visual impaired people (INFE/Wu Zijian/202021)

  • An image-based positioning App for CityU visitor (INFE/Ho Shing Fung/202021)

  • Neuroscience experience: Features extraction of the brain oscillation signals of mice under different situations (CDE/Chau Kwan Hang Henry/202021)

2019/20

  • Navigator based on pedestrian tracking and GPS for visually impaired people (iOS application) (INFE/Mo Ming Kei/201920)

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    * Social service-related projects

  • Augmented reality assisted neurosurgery (ECE/Camroo Ahmed/201920)

  • Focal activation in the visual cortex by electrical stimulation of retina (ECE/Mayurakshi Mukherji/201920)

  • Detection and identification of object on tram track (Raspberry Pi) (INFE/Sze Ching Yuen/201920)

  • Detection and identification of object on tram track (iOS application) (INFE/Lam Cheuk Hei/201920)


2018/19

  • An analysis of coherence and connectivity in the anesthetized and awake brain using EEG recordings (CDE/Monisha Shcherbakova/201819)

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    * Championship in FYP competition 2019 Congratulations!

  • Real-time outdoor objects recognition and distance detection for visually impaired people (CDE/Wong Shing Fung/201819)

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    * Poster presentation in FYP competition 2019 (Semi-finalist)

  • Indoor scene and object recognition system for the visually impaired people (mobile aplicatoin) (CDE/Yip Ngai Hing/201819)

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    * Poster presentation in FYP competition 2019 (Semi-finalist)

  • Scene/object recogntion based navigatio nsystem for the blind (device application - raspberry pi 3) (ECE/Kowk Lai Yuet/201819)

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    * Poster presentation in FYP competition 2019 (Semi-finalist)

2017/18 and Beyond

  • After-effects of retinal electrical on brain oscillation (ECE/Lam Po Yi/201718)

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    * Poster presentation in FYP competition 2018 (Semi-finalist)

  • Scene/object recognition based navigation system for the blind (ECE/Wang Shuo Tong/201718)
  • Investigation on cortical spatial response following retinal stimulation (ECE/Xiao Zhaole/201718)
  • Dining menu recognition mobile app for the visually impaired (INFE/Chan Ka Yi)
  • Image recognition by MATLAB (CE/Li Yu Hin)
  • Effect of electrical stimulation on the visual cortex EEG recording of mice (CE/Yin Haochuan)
  • Scene recognition based navigation system for the blind (INFE/Yeung Chi On)
  • Scalable similarity search algorithm for high-dimensional time series data (INFE/Luo Lintong)
  • CNN based indoor space recognition system to aid visually impaired people (INFE/Zhang Yu)
  • Virtual sports system for the visually impaired (INFE/Lui Ting Yat)

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    * Poster presentation in FYP competition 2017 (Semi-finalist)

  • Virtual sports system for the visually impaired (INFE/Pang Yuk Yee)
  • Wireless power transfer for biomedical application (ECE/Waqas Mahmood)

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    * Poster presentation in CSE Discovery and Innovation Gala 2016

  • Wireless health monitoring (ECE/Wan Chiu Yeung/201415)
  • Development of an image down sampling and transmission system of the construction of artificial eye (ECE/Tse Hiu Kwan/201415)
  • Neuroscience experience for undergraduate (ECE/Chow Man Yiu/201415)
  • Using EMG signal control robotic hand (CE/Law Sing Fai/201415)
  • Wireless health monitoring (CE/Wong Mei Ting/201415)
  • Wireless health monitoring (CE/Or Chi Kit/201415)
  • Development of a low-cost android application to detect human eyes, iris and pupil from video or image (IE/Wong Chung Yiu/201415)

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    * Poster presentation in CSE Discovery and Innovation Gala 2015

  • Android application for the blind (CE/Chan Nga Ki/201314)
  • Mobile device for detecting elderly falling motion (CE/Au Ying Ki/201314)
  • Signal analysis in mobile health monitoring systems (IE/Ip Kit Pan/201314)
  • EEG experiment design and analysis on visual cognition (IE/Wong Wai Ting/201314)
  • EEG experiment design and analysis on visual cognition (IE/Ng Ka Tung/201314)
  • EEG experiment design and analysis on visual cognition (ECE/Yim Wai San/201314)
  • Food recognition in mobile health monitoring systems (ECE/Feng Chenbo/201314)
  • Motion sensor hardware design in mobile health monitoring systems (ECE/Ching Ho Yan/201314)

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    * Won My Own Discovery Contest at CityU Discovery Festival 2014
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    * Certificate of Merit,Best Student Innovation Award, Hong Kong ICT Competition 2014

  • EEG oscillations in response to different temporal frequencies in visual perception (IE/Leung Fuk Shing/201213)
  • EEG oscillations in response to different temporal frequencies in visual perception (IE/Tam Ho Wa/201213)
  • Coil optimization techniques for power transfer in medical implantable (ECE/Wan Cheuk Nang/201213)

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    * Poster presentation in CSE Student Project Exhibition 2013