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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.
The School of Law received a donation of $1.2 million from the Philip K H Wong Foundation and Philip K H Wong, Kennedy Y H Wong & Co to support the second Advanced Programme for Chinese Senior Judges.
College of Business sets up International Advisory Board to boost internationalisation
The College of Business held the inauguration ceremony and the first meeting of its College International Advisory Board on 22 October to discuss the College’s internationalisation strategy.
CityU featured prominently in The Exhibition of the 425th Anniversary of Cambridge University Press and the 800th Anniversary of the University of Cambridge. Professor Way Kuo, University President, delivered a speech as a guest of honour.
The Knowledge Transfer Office introduced the latest developments in data security and encryption technology at a forum on 15 January.
The School of Law has invited Dr Xiao Yang, the Hon Sang-hyun Song and Mr George Tam Siu-ping to join the International Advisory Board.
CityU showcases breakthroughs in building design and health protection
CityU held a technology transfer forum on 18 May on topics in building design and health protection, sharing technological development with experts from the building and construction industry.
The Technology Transfer Office introduced the latest developments in RFID technology to local industrialists at a recent forum entitled RFID: New technological driver for the coming decades.
Five CityU telecommunication projects are on display at the ITU Telecom World 2006 at the AsiaWorld Expo from 4 to 8 December, showcasing CityU’s strengths in telecom-related research and attracting potential technology transfer to industry.
Three researchers from the Department of Biology and Chemistry at City University of Hong Kong have introduced the latest findings of their research into drug discovery and development.
Final-year Marketing students won high praise at a presentation ceremony today (12 January) for the quality of their consultancy projects developed for several renowned corporations.
A team of CityU researchers, in collaboration with Freescale, a major US semiconductor manufacturer, has developed a device that aims at popularizing the use of an emerging global wireless communications standard—ZigBee.
Researchers from CityU are taking the opportunity this week to showcase a number of its hi-tech technologies and products at the annual China Hi-Tech Fair from 12 to 17 October at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center.
CityU is organizing the “International Conference on Polymer Optical Fibre” from 20 to 22 September. The annual conference promotes the research, study and application of plastic optical fibre.
Radio Television Hong Kong, in collaboration with CityU, will launch a new Korean language radio programme entitled “Let's go Korea!” on 21 August. The programme aims to promote a better understanding of Korean language and culture among the Hong Kong public.
Fifty five senior form students from 11 secondary schools in Hong Kong are taking part in the Chiang Chen MEEM Technology Workshop, held from 2 to 5 August
Nearly 100 of applied research projects were exhibited on the Faculty Industrial Day (FID) organized by CityU’s Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE).
The Department of IT signed a contract with Real-time Communications (HK) Limited to jointly develop multimedia message services (MMS) products for the mainland mobile communications market using IT's real-time lip-sync and animation system.
Over 300 students, alumni and professors participated in CityU's Joint EMB Annual and MSc (Banking / Finance / Financial Engineering) Spring Dinner on 23 February with the famous banker Mr Peter Wong Tung-shun.
CityU's advanced know-how and technologies are making an impact on the socio-economic development on Hong Kong and the region. Two CityU subsidiary companies, CityU Enterprises Ltd and CityU Professional Services Ltd reported robust growth in 2004 at their joint annual dinner, on 2 February.
The Technology Transfer Forum showcased CityU's latest updates on intelligent maintenance machinery and systems, 13 January.
CityU’s Industrial Attachment Scheme (IAS) has expanded from Asia to Europe by entering into a collaboration with the Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule, University of Applied Sciences (GSO-UAS) in Germany. Both universities have pledged to look for industrial companies in their respective regions that will accept students for industrial placements.
Two CityU enterprises have been recognized for excellence in industrial performance. e.Energy Technology Ltd and Plasma Technology Ltd were awarded at the presentation ceremony of the 2004 Hong Kong Awards for Industry, 15 November.