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06 SEP 2022

Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award 2021

Dr Yang LIU, a 2020 PhD graduate under the supervision of Dr Zhenjiang LI, received the Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award 2021 from China Chapter of ACM Special Interest Group on Embedded System (SIGBED) for her thesis entitled “Human Behavior Sensing and Understanding with Sparse Wearable Sensors.”

Dr Liu was among the three awardees whose doctoral theses were produced between 2020 and 2021, and were recognized as of exceptional quality with important innovations in basic and applied theory and technologies in the field of Computer Science.

04 AUG 2022

Second Prize in the Global Final of Huawei ICT Competition 2021-2022

Miss FENG Li, a 2022 BSc Computer Science graduate, together with two members from the EE Department, won the Second Prize in the Global Final of Huawei ICT Competition 2021-2022 under the Innovation Category, for their project titled “CanSee 2.0: A Convenient, Efficient and Comprehensive Platform for Lung Cancer Diagnosis,” under the supervision of Dr Ray CHEUNG.

04 AUG 2022

Silver Medal in the 46th ICPC Asia Kunming Regional Contest 2022

A team comprising Mr DAI Chenyue and Mr LI Jiaqian, BSc Computer Science students, and a student from the EE Department, won the Silver Medal in the 46th ICPC Asia Kunming Regional Contest held virtually in April 2022, under the supervision of Prof Minming LI and Dr Kenneth LEE.

The International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is a prestigious algorithmic programming contest for college students, which challenges participants in a team setting with real-world problems with an aim to fostering collaboration and encouraging creativity. The Contest attracted more than 800 teams from over 300 universities in China, Hong Kong and Macau.

20 JUL 2022

Russell C. Mills Award 2022

Mr Kevin XUE, a fresh graduate of the Joint Bachelor's Degree Program between City University of Hong Kong and Columbia University, received the Russell C. Mills Award for excellence in the area of computer science.

(Photo credit: Sirin Samman/Columbia University)