“I always dreamed that one day I could contribute to national space exploration projects. When I saw that a professor from PolyU’s Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI) was researching this field, I immediately applied for a master's degree at PolyU and furthered my doctoral studies here. I was very fortunate to be accepted by PolyU, and during these years of study, under the guidance of my supervisor, we have been able to participate in the evaluation and selection of the landing area for the national lunar exploration projects, Chang'e-4 and Chang'e-5, and the Mars exploration project, Tianwen-1.
I want to thank my supervisor, LSGI and PolyU for giving me this precious opportunity to fulfil my dream.”
Chen Long Brandon (Year 3)
Faculty of Construction and Environment