Department Events 2018
The First International CityU EE Conference
The conference ran over three days and featured various plenary, technical, interaction and collaboration sessions. About 20 CityU EE alumni returned to share highlights of their work in academia, industry and government institutions. While the alumni cherished a chance to visit their former advisors, meet other faculty members and revisit their Alma mater, they have also brought much encouragement to the department by witnessing how far they have gone in their respective professional careers. Our current students benefitted greatly from our alumni’s heartfelt sharing regarding their technical expertise and perspectives on industrial trends. The conference program can be found here.
School of Creative Media Outstanding Teacher shared topic on “Situating Science and Technology in New Contexts”
CityU Information Day 2018
We were so happy to see that visitors were amazed and impressed by the innovative projects and products developed by our professors and students.
AI Summer Course for High School Students
CityU EE International Summer Camp Farewell and Closing Ceremony
Mingpao Daily, A12, 10 August 2018 工程教授指DSE生數理基礎遜舊制 礙銜接大學 城大改夏令營彌補
Big Welcome to Staff and Students from Jilin University
“Girls Go Tech”
We are so honored to be a partner of the Women’s Foundation to help encourage junior secondary school girls from under-privileged backgrounds to pursue traditionally male-dominated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) related subjects to maximize their future career options through the year-long school-based “Girls Go Tech” programme. Prof Stella Pang, Head and Chair Professor of EE Department, was invited to deliver welcoming remarks at the Closing Ceremony of the programme which was held on 4 July 2018 at CityU. Our Dr Ray Cheung (Associate Professor) is also a member of the Steering Committee of the programme in 2017-18 to guide the development and implementation of the programme. There were 520 F.1-F.2 girls from 13 schools benefited from the programme in the 2017-2018 cycle, showing significant improvements in their interest in and confidence around STEM, intention to study or work in STEM related fields, and enhanced proficiency in problem solving skills, analytical skills or communication skills. May the youngsters continue to flourish and enjoy in tech.
A Full House of Students joining JS1205 Programme Information Session and its complementary mBot Workshop
CityU Scored the Highest “Expected Output Index” in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
News report by Times Higher Education: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/data-bites/top-universities-and-scholars-electricalelectronic-engineering
Launch of Bi-weekly EE Multidisciplinary Research Forum