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(From left) Mrs Betty Yuen, Group Director and Vice-Chairman of CLP Power, Mr Richard Lancaster, Chief Executive Officer of CLP Holdings, Mr Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR, Professor Way Kuo, CityU President, and Professor Matthew Lee, CityU Vice-President of (Development and External Relations), officiate at the opening ceremony of the CLP Power Low Carbon Energy Education Centre.
CityU and CLP Power inaugurated the CLP Power Low Carbon Energy Education Centre on CityU campus on 30 October to raise public awareness on the impact of climate change and the importance of low carbon energy sources.
Discovery and Innovation Gala showcases research achievements at CityU
Discoveries and innovations addressing real-life problems feature at the Discovery and Innovation Gala 2017 at CityU from 21 to 22 June.
Inspiring research projects on show at Discovery and Innovation Gala
The creativity for applying technology to solve real-life problems by students and faculty from the College of Science and Engineering at CityU is unleashed at the Discovery and Innovation Gala.
A joint laboratory for sustainable development in the area of cloud computing and big data will be established under an agreement with China Telecom Beijing Research Institute.
A Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy will be set up at CityU to offer training on cloud computing, networking and telecommunications.
CityU and IBM signed a Document of Understanding on 15 December to establish the Center for Business Analytics.
CityU faculty and students have been supporting the UNFCCC Conference of Parties in keeping with incorporating issues related to climate change to their research and professional education.
The Department of Electronic Engineering and RS Components signed a collaboration agreement and introduced the first-ever “Home Lab” in the industry at a ceremony on 27 October.
The research achievements of staff and students from CityU’s College of Science and Engineering were showcased at the Discovery and Innovation Gala 2015 from 24 to 25 June.
Fifteen innovative projects developed by CityU researchers showcased CityU’s strengths in applied research at the International ICT Expo 2015.
A CityU alumni delegation promoted the University and strengthened ties with partners in Japan during a recent visit.
CityU and Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited (GPHL) signed a framework agreement and announced the formation of a strategic alliance.
A state-of-the-art acoustics centre set up with the support of KEF, a leading loudspeaker brand under the Gold Peak Group, will strengthen research and teaching in acoustics engineering at CityU.
Around 400 senior executives from Agricultural Bank of China have acquired marketing skills targeting high-end customers on a tailor-made training programme hosted by the College of Business.
Six CityU electronic engineering students will take part in London's summer Olympics to provide IT management services.
CityU students learned about industry and professional opportunities in mainland China at a specially arranged dinner with industrialists on 22 March.
CityU and APAS R & D Centre have developed a minibus safety and passenger information services system. In collaboration with two local minibus operators, the system will be installed on 12 green minibuses as part of a pilot project.
A collaborative agreement in transport, trade and finance was signed on 17 August between CityU and the HNA Group, an aviation company in mainland China, in support of the 12th Five-Year Plan.
School of Law receives HK$3.5M for HK maritime law scholarship
A cheque presentation ceremony was held on 10 June for the HK$3.5 million that the School of Law received from the HKSAR Government to set up the Hong Kong Maritime Law Scholarship Scheme.
The Career and Internship Office prepared a smorgasbord of talks on employment issues and professionalism in the work place at a dinner for employers, students, alumni, faculty and staff on 30 March.
CityU has received a donation from the Hong Kong Construction Association to set up a scholarship fund for outstanding students studying at BC and BST.
SLW receives a donation worth HK$500,000 from the K H Koo Charitable Foundation on 2 November. The donation will be used to support maritime and transportation law courses.
CityU’s College of Business and the Jiangsu Office of Wen Wei Po signed an agreement to launch a senior executive training programme for mainland banking and financial professionals.
CityU receives donations to foster construction research
The Department of Building and Construction has received HK$1.6 million donation from the Construction Industry Institute Hong Kong to set up postgraduate research scholarships to pursue further technological advances in the industry.
CityU has joined hands for the first time with two influential financial institutions, in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, to offer a training programme that will nurture senior executives from the mainland’s financial and treasury management sectors.