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Dr. Ray Cheung
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
一切從「芯」開始 人工智能處理器
4 Dec 2021 (Saturday)

The Research Grants Council (RGC) has been organizing regular public lectures to introduce to the public the achievements of the researchers. Dr. Cheung introduced AI from a fundamental perspective, and surveyed the foundations, present progress and future trends of computer hardware. The talk was held in mixed mode at the Hong Kong Science Museum and online.

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Prof. Chi Hou Chan
Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering
Director (State Key Laboratory of Terahertz and Millimeter Waves)
High-Performance Antennas for Wireless Communications (Cantonese)
14 Nov 2021 (Sunday)

The Research Grants Council (RGC) has been organizing regular public lectures to introduce to the public the achievements of the researchers. At the talk, Prof Chan talked about the development of antennas for modern wireless communications by his antenna research team. The talk was held in mixed mode at the Hong Kong Science Museum and online.

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Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
5G, COVID殺手, 隱形斗篷, 改變世界的神勇電磁波! (Cantonese)
30 Apr 2021 (Friday)

From the deployment of 5G to the development of far UVC COVID disinfection devices to the science-fiction-like invisibility cloaks, electromagnetic (EM) waves drive and change the scientific world. This lecture explains the phenomena of the electromagnetic wave and introduce the workings of the above-mentioned trendy applications.

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Dr. Steve Wong
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Wireless Technology Workshop on Antenna and Radiation Measurement (Cantonese)
8 April 2021 (Thursday)

This lecture gives an overview of wireless technology in our daily life. We will show the audience the use of antenna technology for improving wireless communications. We will also provide examples of using antennas in recent and future high-speed communications such as 5G and beyond. Discussion on antenna radiation to human effects will also be discussed.

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Prof. Michael Tse
Chair Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
How the Flap of a Butterfly's Wings Affects Us?「差之毫釐,謬以千里」—淺談蝴蝶效應 (Cantonese)
5 March 2021 (Friday)

How does a small change in a parameter make a huge difference in the outcome? This talk takes audience for a quick tour of the chaotic world in which we live and the scientific principle behind this fascinating yet common kind of orders or disorders.

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Dr. Ray Cheung
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
一切從「芯」開始 · 智能手機是如何運算的
31 July 2020 (Friday)

The basic principles of IC design, CPU Design, and the importance of solid foundation in Mathematics and Science education in high school were taught in the talk.

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Prof. Stella Pang
Head, Department of Electrical Engineering and Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering
Electrifying the Future – Every day, Everywhere 隨時隨地為未來通電
4 June 2020 (Thursday)

Electrical Engineering makes all applications better, it’s incredible for what an electrical engineer can do!

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Prof. Ron Chen
Chair Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
「求學與治學」講壇第一講 - 漫談質疑與創新
15 April 2020 (Wednesday)

This talk promotes an exchange platform between scholars and students on scholarly exploration.

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Prof. Ron Chen
Chair Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Networks in Daily Life 生活中的複雜網絡
02 April 2020 (Thursday)

The talk explains the knowledge and applications of complex networks highlighting the promising future of complex networks development.

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Dr. Ray Cheung
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
AI Workshop with Pokemon
26 February 2020 (Wednesday)

The first-ever CityU Online Learning Taster Workshops for High School Students

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Dr. Leanne Chan
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
CityU EE: What EE Can Do to Change Things 2020
August 2020
Dr. Leanne Chan discusses topics in smart living and healthcare to show you what EE can do to change the way the world runs.

 



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Dr. Alex Wong
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
CityU EE: Invisibility: Seeing and Hiding with Electromagnetic Waves 2020 
August 2020
Dr. Alex Wong introduces the science of technology of going invisible. How can we go invisible and what invisibility technologies are soon to come?


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