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2ISE students won the 2nd Runner-up and Merit Award in the HKIE MI “Student Project Competition Presentation 2017/18”

Miss Siu Ka Hei (Left), who won the 2nd runner-up award for her final year project entitled “Design and Development of a baby care product: Flexible Baby Stroller”.

Mr. Yeung Chun Kit (Left), who won the merit award for his final year project entitled “Smart City Application and Analysis: Real-Time Urban Drainage Monitoring by IoT Sensors”.


Two students of Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), received the 2nd runner-up and merit award in the HKIE MI “Student Project Competition Presentation 2017/18”, organized by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers – Manufacturing & Industrial Division (HKIE-MI).

Miss Siu Ka Hei, who graduated from BEng (Hons) in Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) in 2018, won the 2nd runner-up award for her final year project entitled “Design and Development of a baby care product: Flexible Baby Stroller”, which was supervised by Ir Martin Mak. Miss Siu proposed and designed a flexible baby stroller to increase the baby safety when sitting in the stroller.

Mr. Yeung Chun Kit, who graduated from BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management (EEM), won the merit award for his final year project entitled “Smart City Application and Analysis: Real-Time Urban Drainage Monitoring by IoT Sensors”, which was supervised by Dr Carman Lee. Frankie designs a drainage sensing system to retrieve the rainwater or drain statues with the Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, which can provide a real-time monitoring solution for better inundation management and alleviate the flooding problem in the city.

The HKIE Manufacturing & Industrial Division Student Project Competition is an open competition that attracted participating teams from the major Hong Kong universities. This competition is an annual event organized by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) to encourage students to stretch themselves intellectually and practically in the applications of MI Engineering technologies in a real industrial case.

 



Topics Student Achievement
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

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