Civil and Environmental Engineering

Among the 81 individuals and 50 teams who were honored with the inaugural National Engineer Awards, Prof. Zhang Limin is the only awardee from HKSAR.
Among the 81 individuals and 50 teams who were honored with the inaugural National Engineer Awards, Prof. Zhang Limin is the only awardee from HKSAR.
Ir Prof. Irene Lo (right) was presented with a certificate by Ir Prof. Teng Jin-Guang, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences, at the induction ceremony on January 29, 2024.
Ir Prof. Irene Lo (right) was presented with a certificate by Ir Prof. Teng Jin-Guang, President of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences, at the induction ceremony on January 29, 2024.
Prof. Charles Ng (right) received the prestigious Varnes Medal of the International Consortium on Landslides at the 6th World Landslide Forum in Florence, Italy in November 2023.
Prof. Charles Ng (right) received the prestigious Varnes Medal of the International Consortium on Landslides at the 6th World Landslide Forum in Florence, Italy in November 2023.
STEM Day DIY Corner
At the HKUST STEM Day, alumni and their children worked together to assemble graffiti robots at the DIY Corner.
Top row from left: Prof. Shao Minhua, Prof. Yoonseob Kim, Prof. Wang Gang. Bottom row from left: Prof. Wang Wei, Prof. Yu Yantao, Prof. Sun Fei, Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan
Top row from left: Prof. Shao Minhua, Prof. Yoonseob Kim, Prof. Wang Gang. Bottom row from left: Prof. Wang Wei, Prof. Yu Yantao, Prof. Sun Fei, Prof. Zhou Yuanyuan
For former NASA researcher Prof. Su Hui, Civil and Environmental Engineering, a major goal of atmospheric scientists is to improve predictive accuracy and reduce uncertainty in weather and climate forecasting to enable wider society to better plan for climate change. Satellite data can be highly valuable in this endeavor.
For former NASA researcher Prof. Su Hui, Civil and Environmental Engineering, a major goal of atmospheric scientists is to improve predictive accuracy and reduce uncertainty in weather and climate forecasting to enable wider society to better plan for climate change. Satellite data can be highly valuable in this endeavor.
Geotechnical expert Prof. Zhang Limin: the profound personal impact of work
Geotechnical expert Prof. Zhang Limin: the profound personal impact of work
Prof. Wang Zhe (left) and Prof. Yang Jiachuan (right), both from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, were awarded the prestigious Excellent Young Scientists Fund by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
Prof. Wang Zhe (left) and Prof. Yang Jiachuan (right), both from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, were awarded the prestigious Excellent Young Scientists Fund by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
Head and Chair Professor Zhang Limin (third right) and Associate Professor Lu Mengqian (third left), both from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, faculty members from Business School and HKUST (Guangzhou) as well as a government representative attended the Research Grants Council’s media briefing on funding results.
Head and Chair Professor Zhang Limin (third right) and Associate Professor Lu Mengqian (third left), both from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, faculty members from Business School and HKUST (Guangzhou) as well as a government representative attended the Research Grants Council’s media briefing on funding results.