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Professor Poon Chi Sun

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Congratulations to our PhD students, Danning LI, Fuliao ZOU, and Linyi Yao, for obtaining the “Best Student Poster Award” in the 11th International Association of Chinese Infrastructure Professionals (IACIP) Annual Workshop, 2021.  

26 Jan 2021

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Congratulations to Mr Zhifei Tan (PhD candidate supervised by Dr Zhen Leng) on winning the Best Presentation Award in the 6th Chinese-European Workshop on Functional Pavements (CEW) hosted by Southeast University in October 2020. His presentation title is “3D Numerical Modeling of the Aggregate Contact Effect on the Complex Modulus of Asphalt Concrete”.

25 Jan 2021

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Congratulations to Yao Du, Xiaoyou Wang, Lingfang Li, Wei Tian and Rongrong Hou, who won two Third Prizes in the 1st International Project Competition for Structural Health Monitoring. The two teams ranked No. 5 over 30 and No. 3 over 15 respectively. They are PhD students/Postdoc fellows under supervision of Prof. Yong Xia.

21 Jan 2021

CEE Researchers Won International Competition Awards (1)

The PolyU Info Day for Taught Postgraduate Programmes was successfully held on 9 January 2021. Applicants got the chance to learn more about the Postgraduate Scheme in Construction and Environment and join the programme consultation sessions hosted by individual programme leaders. Still have questions? Feel free to visit our website at https://www.polyu.edu.hk/cee/study/taught-postgraduate-programmes/. 

20 Jan 2021

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Dr H C Ho has made a presentation entitled “Determination of true stress strain characteristics of structural steels using Instantaneous Area Method” in the 2nd International Conference on Metals and Alloys (CMA 2020) in December 2020, which was well received by the Conference. Dr Ho was awarded the “Best Oral Presentation” in the area of innovation engineering application of metals and alloys by Prof. M. A. Wahab, Chairman of the CMA 2020. 

20 Jan 2021

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Prof. Xiangdong Li has recently been awarded RMB 15,000,000 from the NSFC Major Research Plan for a two-year (2021-2022) Integrated Project entitled “Joint toxicity mechanisms and contributions of key bioactive components in airborne fine particulate matters (PM2.5) from typical urban areas of China”.   In collaboration with the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University, and Tongji University

18 Jan 2021

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New Patent Certificate issued by CNIPA Congratulations to Prof. Yi-Qing Ni and two members of Hong Kong Branch of National Rail Transit Electrification and Automation Engineering Technology Research Center (CNERC-Rail), Dr Wang Su-mei and Mr Lu Yang. They have received a patent certificate issued by National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA), PRC. The new patent is called Maglev Controlling System (磁悬浮控制系统).  More details of the paten

7 Jan 2021

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Congratulations to our student, Ms Long Yee CHAN, for receiving Student Paper Award 2020 issued by The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) Hong Kong Region. It recognizes the excellence of her final year project, “The Skid Resistance of Noise-Reducing Concrete Surface Texture Made of 3D Printing Technology”. She is also shortlisted for ICE HKA G&S Emerging Engineers Award 2020.

7 Jan 2021

CIHT Student Paper Award 2020

Dr Wang Youwu– Research Assistant Professor   Dr Wang received his PhD degree in Structural Engineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2017. After graduation, he jointed the Hong Kong Branch of National Engineering Research Center on Rail Transit Electrification and Automation (CNERC-Rail) as research associate (9/2017 – 11/2017), postdoctoral fellow (12/2017 – 5/2020) and research fellow (6/2020 – 12/2020).   Dr Wang’s research fo

4 Jan 2021

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In collaboration with partners, Prof. Tao Wang’s research team measured a suite of reactive halogen gases and other chemicals in winter 2017 in northern China which frequently suffers from severe air pollution in winter. Strong evidence was found that rural coal burning was a major source of the detected reactive halogens. The highly reactive halogen can boost formation of haze. They call for more research to better understand the source(s) and t

27 Jan 2021

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