CityU #2 for Highly Cited Researchers list (20 Nov 2017)
Seven CityU faculty members have been selected for the list of Highly Cited Researchers announced by Clarivate Analytics for 2017.
A reliability look at energy development (14 Nov 2017)
Professor Way Kuo, CityU President and Professor Pan Chin of National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan have jointly published a commentary article, entitled "A reliability look at energy development" in the 2018 January issue of Joule.
Smart thermostat significantly saves energy and costs (17 Oct 2017)
A smart thermostat for central air-conditioning systems that can save more than 10% on power and improve indoor comfort levels has been developed and launched onto the market by a team at City University of Hong Kong (CityU).
CityU Scholars: A hub of research excellence (30 Jun 2017)
CityU Scholars was launched on 30 June to promote the achievements of faculty members, facilitate reporting information to the government, enhance the efficiency of internal reporting, and eliminate duplication.
Professor Johnny Chan Chung-leung from the School of Energy and Environment has received funding to develop a pioneering system for predicting with greater accuracy the landfall of seasonal typhoons.
CityU Shenzhen Research Institute set a new record of receiving a total amount of grant of nearly RMB66.2 million in 2016, an increase of RMB26.3 million over 2015, representing a jump of 66%.
CityU research helps Hong Kong Police fight phone fraud (11 Apr 2017)
A mobile app that can effectively protect users from falling victim to phone scams has been developed by a cross-disciplinary research team at CityU.
An exhibition on the theme “Frontier Research and Innovation@CityU”, showcasing CityU’s research achievements, product development and advanced technology is being held at CityU from 11 to 13 April.
CityU develops the world’s strongest magnesium alloy (06 Apr 2017)
A CityU research team has successfully developed the first-ever supra-nano magnesium alloy with ultra-high strength and deformation capacity, offering potential for biodegradable implants in the human body.
40-year mystery solved by scientist group led by CityU (20 Mar 2017)
Scientists working on a project led by CityU have found a way to develop novel materials by manipulating the nanoscale structure of metallic glass.
CityU-led cloud security project attracts $6m in funding (13 Mar 2017)
A CityU-led research project on cloud security has been awarded HKD5.98 million in the Collaborative Research Fund in the 2016–17 exercise.
AI scientist wins national Achievement Award (06 Feb 2017)
Professor Wang Jun in the Department of Computer Science has received the 2016 Achievement Award at an national science and technology award ceremony.
The energy you spend in daily activities, such as exercising, walking or even sitting and typing in front of the computer, will no longer be wasted, but converted to electrical energy for powering-up your smart electronics through a wearable energy-harvesting device developed by CityU.
A research project has been granted worth more than HK$11 million from the National Science and Technology Major Project for ultralight, small antennas developed by the Department of Electronic Engineering and State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves.
Cross Generational Attitude – Fallacy and Reality (30 Sep 2016)
Young people will be more friendly to senior citizens if they know more about ageing, according to a cross-generation survey conducted by CityU.
CityU research on the elasticity of silicon nanowires helps improve health technologies (26 Sep 2016)
The findings of a research titled “Approaching the Ideal Elastic Strain Limit in Silicon Nanowires,” led by MBE will bring revolutionary changes to medical equipment.
Terahertz research receives $28m in funding (19 Sep 2016)
A top international research team led by CityU has been awarded HK$28 million for the design of a compact and affordable terahertz system.
Artificial leaves for tackling carbon dioxide emissions (12 Sep 2016)
Artificial leaves developed by CityU and partners can help to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
A new material developed by CityU and NJUST researchers holds great promise for the aerospace industry.
CityU researchers reveal Chinese martial arts can reduce children’s aggressive behaviour (11 Jul 2016)
Learning traditional Chinese martial arts has a direct bearing on reducing aggressive behaviour, delinquent behaviour and attention problems among schoolchildren, according to a recent study conducted by CityU.
Energy-saving device for aerial micro-robots (27 Jun 2016)
Aerial micro-robots can stay aloft longer thanks to an energy-saving device created by a team of Harvard roboticists and an engineer at CityU.
A survey commissioned by CityU and St. James' Settlement raises concern about the well-being of children from stepfamilies.
A survey conducted by CityU on the prospects and upward mobility opportunities in the accounting sector found that the development of the accounting sector in Hong Kong may probably be in “bottleneck”.
New research conducted by CityU and St. James’ Settlement sheds light on the views that secondary school students have towards planning for their future lives.
Four research projects led by CityU have received $25 million from the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) Scheme under the Research Grants Council (RGC).