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More than 500 guests attended the CityU Foundation Annual Dinner 2017 on 23 November who helped raise a record of over HK$12 million for University and student developments.
A smart real-time battery state and health diagnostics system developed by CityU can significantly reduce diagnosis time from hours to three minutes and save the loss of energy by 90%.
A $500-million donation from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to CityU will be used to build a top-notch facility for One Health in Hong Kong. It is the largest single donation received by the University in its 33-year history.
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.
Eminent industrialists share wisdom at CityU forum (20 Nov 2017)
Eminent local industrialists shared how they unlock the unlimited potentials of local industry during a forum at CityU on 16 November.
IAS lecture on design of quake-proof bridge (20 Nov 2017)
The basis for the development of the design for the foundation of the Rion-Antirion Bridge was based on an understanding of seismic behaviour, according to Professor Alain Pecker at an IAS Distinguished Lecture on 15 November.
Two renowned scientists delivered lectures on epigenetic effects in plants and discovery of anemias therapies respectively as part of the CityU Distinguished Lecture Series.
Celebrating CityU graduates at the 2017 Congregation (14 Nov 2017)
CityU held its 2017 Congregation on 11 November to confer degrees on 7,543 graduates.
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.
Meeting the Nobel Prize Winners at CityU (10 Nov 2017)
CityU presented the prestigious Nobel Science Week that featured three Nobel Laureates in Chemistry and Physics from 6 to 10 November.
Career festival boosts students’ employability (09 Nov 2017)
The CityU Career Festival 2017, organised by the Career and Leadership Centre between 30 October and 3 November, aimed at helping students prepare well for their future careers.
Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, delivered the keynote speech at the Hong Kong Youth Service Award 2017 presentation ceremony on 1 November.
CityU conferred honorary doctoral degrees on Professor Serge Haroche, Dr Joseph Lee and Professor Wendelin Werner on 3 November in recognition of their significant contributions to education and the well-being of society.
The newly inaugurated Research Centre for Sustainable Hong Kong at CityU will develop solutions for tackling critical sustainability issues in Hong Kong.
The future of electric dipole superconductor (02 Nov 2017)
Professor Xie Xincheng of the Chinese Academy of Sciences delivered the latest instalment in the CityU Distinguished Lecture Series with a talk titled “Spin Superconductor and Electric Dipole Superconductor” on 27 October.
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.
Famine 24 for Bangladesh (26 Oct 2017)
Around 130 students took part in the charity event Famine 24 held at CityU campus from 21 to 22 October.
CityU Arts Festival 2017 reaches out to community (23 Oct 2017)
A wonderful opening concert kicked off the CityU Arts Festival 2017 on 16 October.
Exploring collaboration opportunities in Australia (19 Oct 2017)
A CityU delegation discussed exchange and research collaborations with higher education institutions in Australia.
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).
Internet consolidates media hegemony (10 Oct 2017)
Media conglomerates have not been dethroned by the “internetisation” of mass media, according to Professor James Curran, Professor of Communications at the University of London, at CityU on 6 October.
Five distinguished persons were conferred the title of Honorary Fellow of CityU in recognition of their distinctive contributions to the development of, and service to, the University.
Naming of Joseph Lee Hall (28 Sep 2017)
The multi-purpose theatre at the Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building has been named “Joseph Lee Hall” in appreciation of Dr Joseph Lee’s support to the University.
CityU and National Palace Museum in Taipei renew MOU (19 Sep 2017)
More exciting cultural exchange activities and exhibitions are forthcoming following the renewal of a Memorandum of Understanding between CityU and the National Palace Museum in Taipei.
Distinguished lecture discusses marine robotics (19 Sep 2017)
Marine technology scientist Dr Alexander Scherbatyuk delivered the latest CityU Distinguished Lecture titled “The Mobile Navigation and Group Operation of Autonomous Marine Vehicles” on 15 September.