Mr WONG Nok Ching and Mr XU Yaohai, 2017 graduates of BSc Computer Science, won the Third Prize in the 15th Challenge Cup - National College Students' Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Contest for their project titled "FastLSH: A Similarity Search Engine on High-Dimensional Big Data", under the supervision of Dr Sarana NUTANONG.
Seven faculty members from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have been selected for the list of Highly Cited Researchers announced by Clarivate Analytics for 2017.
Mr Jialong SHI, a CS PhD student, together with his supervisor Prof Qingfu ZHANG and three co-authors from France, received the Best Student Paper Award for their paper titled "Using Parallel Strategies to Speed up Pareto Local Search" in the 11th International Conference on Simulated Evolution and Learning (SEAL 2017) held in Shenzhen, China in November 2017.
Mr Solomon MENSAH, a CS PhD student, together with his supervisor Dr Jacky KEUNG, received the Best Paper Award for their co-authored paper titled "Investigating the Significance of Bellwether Effect to Improve Software Effort Estimation" in the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security (QRS 2017) held in Prague, Czech Republic in July 2017.
Mr WONG Nok Ching and Mr XU Yaohai, BSc Computer Science final year students, won the Third Prize in the "Challenge Cup" National Competition - Hong Kong Regional Final, Hong Kong University Student Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition 2017 for their project titled "FastLSH: A Similarity Search Engine on High-Dimensional Big Data", under the supervision of Dr Sarana
Mr Rudra Gopinath, a BSc Computer Science student participating in the Joint Bachelor's Degree Program between City University of Hong Kong and Columbia University. Mr Gopinath, currently studying in Columbia University after having completed three years of study at CityU, has been selected to receive the Jonathan L.
Mr SZE Cheuk Fai Francis, a BSc Computer Science student, won the Champion in the Social Innovation (SI) CEO Competition for Tertiary Students 2017, along with three other CityU students from the Department of Information Systems and the Department of Marketing, for their business plan titled ElderTreks.
A research project led by City University of Hong Kong (CityU) aiming at enhancing security and privacy for cloud storage has been awarded HKD5.98 million from the Collaborative Research Fund of the Research Grants Council in the 2016-17 exercise.