New research frontiers; AI business school; elite student-athletes

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March 2022

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Exploring New Research Frontiers

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HKUST and the University of Strathclyde have strengthened their partnership to pursue six joint projects in frontier fields, including Decarbonisation, Renewable Energy and Engineering; Advanced Manufacturing and Materials; and Quantum Technologies.

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AI Business School 2.0

HKUST Business School and Microsoft HK have extended their partnership to enhance the University’s MBA AI elective course, offering students the latest thinking on AI transformation in business.

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Elite athletes’ missing puzzle piece

Immersed in the whirlwind of competitions and training for 10 years, Hong Kong sports stars Minnie SOO and CHOW Hiu-Yau have found the missing piece to their life puzzle at HKUST.

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President Shyy, Ingenuity, and Da Vinci

Prof. CHEN Jay-Chung reveals how President Wei SHYY’s publication has inspired the design of “Ingenuity” – the robotic Mars helicopter – which also resembles the legendary Leonardo DA VINCI’s ornithopter.

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New tool for ocean observation

HKUST has launched the first interactive marine environment visualization platform to advance ocean protection and management in the GBA, the entire China Seas, and the Western Pacific Ocean.

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Faculty Awards

March 2022

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Fellow of Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS), Stanford University

Prof. Cameron CAMPBELL

Division of Social Science

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ISSMGE Outstanding Young Geotechnical Engineer Award

Prof. Anthony Leung

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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

Expert Views in the Media

Can China’s yuan find a greater role as a global currency?

Three Hong Kong trailblazers for sustainability, social justice and gender equality

HKUST and UChicago researchers find new ways of leveraging topological defects in liquid crystals to make “computer”

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