Postgraduate

Pictured with her parents, Electronic and Computer Engineering PhD student Sarah Feng Shuo (center) has been enamored with electronics since childhood and is now determined to pursue her passion for integrated circuit (IC) design.
Pictured with her parents, Electronic and Computer Engineering PhD student Sarah Feng Shuo (center) has been enamored with electronics since childhood and is now determined to pursue her passion for integrated circuit (IC) design.
Award winner Dong Wei shared his rewarding research experiences and challenges with current research postgraduate students at the PhD Research Excellence Award ceremony on May 10.
Award winner Dong Wei shared his rewarding research experiences and challenges with current research postgraduate students at the PhD Research Excellence Award ceremony on May 10.
Computer Science and Engineering PhD student Li Haotian is the only Fellow from a Hong Kong university among the 12 Microsoft Research Asia Fellows selected this year.
Computer Science and Engineering PhD student Li Haotian is the only Fellow from a Hong Kong university among the 12 Microsoft Research Asia Fellows selected this year.
Usman said 3MT® helped him put in perspective three very important things of his research: Why? What? How? Finding an answer to these three questions helped him realize the purpose of his PhD studies and maintain focus all these years.
Usman said 3MT® helped him put in perspective three very important things of his research: Why? What? How? Finding an answer to these three questions helped him realize the purpose of his PhD studies and maintain focus all these years.
Ivy at work on the CHAMP microscope, which she sees as a really meaningful development for cancer patients.
Ivy at work on the CHAMP microscope, which she sees as a really meaningful development for cancer patients.
Dr. Zheng Zheyang shared his rewarding research experience at HKUST with current research postgraduate students at the award ceremony on June 1.
Dr. Zheng Zheyang shared his rewarding research experience at HKUST with current research postgraduate students at the award ceremony on June 1.
Nick Chin Jing-Wei (left) and Kyle Wong Kwan-Long (right) demonstrated their camera-based health and wellness monitoring solution at the 7th Hong Kong University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition.
Nick Chin Jing-Wei (left) and Kyle Wong Kwan-Long (right) demonstrated their camera-based health and wellness monitoring solution at the 7th Hong Kong University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition.