Dr Jason XUE was named a 2021 Distinguished Member by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for his outstanding scientific contributions to computing. ACM selected 63 Distinguished Members in 2021 to recognize their accomplishments to advance computing as a science and a profession.
Dr Gerhard Petrus HANCKE has been named Fellow of the prestigious Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in the class of 2022 for his outstanding contributions to secure and resilient wireless technology for the Industrial Internet-of-Things.
Dr CHAN Antoni Bert has been given Early Career Award in recognition of his outstanding proposal in the Early Career Scheme (ECS) category, which is set up by the Research Grant Council (RGC) for supporting junior faculty members early in their academic careers.
Prof JIA Xiaohua has been elected the Fellow of IEEE 2013 for his outstanding contributions to distributed computing systems and multicast communications. The Fellowship is the highest honour in IEEE membership and is only conferred upon individuals with outstanding contributions to IEEE-designated fields.
Prof Sam Kwong has been elevated Fellow of IEEE for his contributions to optimization techniques in cybernetics and video coding. The Fellowship is the highest honour in IEEE membership and conferred upon individuals following a rigorous evaluation procedure, to recognize outstanding contributions to IEEE-designated fields.
Dr Minming Li worked in collaboration with other researchers abroad and received the Best Paper Award for their paper titled “TSP: Thermal Safe Power - Efficient power budgeting for Many-Core Systems in Dark Silicon” in the International Conference on Hardware/Software Codesign and System Synthesis held on 12-17 October 2014 in New Delhi, India.
Dr Jacky Keung has recently received the高等學校科學研究優秀成果獎-自然科學獎 (二等) awarded by the Ministry of Education of the People Republic of China for his collaborative research project titled “Quality-Driven Methods for Software Evolution Management and Fault Detection”.
US News and World Report has just released its widely followed 2015 ranking of global universities and subjects. Computer science at City University of Hong Kong is ranked 16th globally; this is not just the highest ranking achieved to date but is also indicative of a continual rising trend. The ranking is based on academic reputation and research in the field, with strong emphasis on research publications and citations.
Dr Henry Xu received the Best Paper Award for his paper titled "Minimizing Transient Congestion during Network Update in Data Centers" in the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) held in San Francisco, United States on 10-13 November 2015.
ICNP is a premier conference on network protocols, covering all aspects of network protocol research, including design, analysis, specification, verification, implementation, and performance.
Four outstanding scientists at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) have won the Second Class Award in the Natural Science category at the 2015 Higher Education Outstanding Scientific Research Output Awards (Science and Technology) from the Ministry of Educatio