Tackling ozone pollution; first green finance program; ADB’s new Chief Economist

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September 2021

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Tackling GBA’s Ozone Pollution

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HKUST partners with the HK government in a ground-breaking cross-border ozone monitoring scheme, helping to improve the air quality in HK and other Greater Bay Area cities.

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Prof. Tim CHENG appointed as VPRD

A leading authority on electronic design automation and computer vision, Dean of Engineering Prof. Tim CHENG will advance HKUST’s R&D for greater societal impact as new VP for Research and Development.

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ADB Appoints Prof. Albert PARK as Chief Economist

HKUST Prof. Albert PARK has been appointed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) as its new Chief Economist. He will lead ADB’s work on policy research and regional cooperation and integration.

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HK’s first green finance program

HKUST launches HK’s first BSc in Sustainable and Green Finance program to help the city reach its green finance ambitions.

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China’s growth unlikely curbed by aging

A study co-conducted by Prof. Stuart GIETEL-BASTEN has shown that increasing education levels among China’s younger generations would offset possible negative economic impact of the country’s aging population.

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Faculty Awards

September 2021

2021 NSFC Excellent Young Scientists Fund (Hong Kong and Macau)

Prof. JIN Tianling

Department of Mathematics

Prof. ZHANG Jingdi

Department of Physics

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UGC Teaching Award 2021

Prof. Rhea Patricia LIEM

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Find out about all the awards we have earned over the years

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