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Welcome to LSGI

Through our effort in research and teaching, the Department has made a very high impact on both local and international geomatics academic and professional communities.
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Head of Department
 Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics

Professor Wu CHEN


The Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI) is holding a STEM Talk Series introducing the daily life applications and potential development of Geo-Informatics, including Land Surveying, Remote Sensing, Global Positioning System (GPS), Underground Utilities Imaging and Diagnosis and Geographic Information Science (GIS). We are glad to invite you to join our STEM Talk Series 2021/22:    STEM Talk Series Topics:  3D Mapping

1 Nov 2021

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PolyU is organising a new initiative entitled “Science World: Exploring Space to Benefit Mankind” Education Programme in the 2021/22 school year to introduce space sciences and technologies to secondary students. Prof. Bo WU, Associate Head of Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, was the second speaker giving an online lecture on space-related topic on 23 October 2021 (Saturday). Over 150 audience joined the online talk “Maps for Spa

25 Oct 2021


Over the years, our professors and researchers have been actively involved in numerous application-oriented research projects. Many of them have been honoured with international acclaim at various invention exhibitions. This year’s, the project of Smart Tree Monitoring by Prof. Charles Wong, Professor of LSGI, was exhibited in PolyU pavilion at InnoCarnival 2021 at Hong Kong Science Park. The pavilion showcases 6 award-winning projects of Geneva

23 Oct 2021

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Despite the bad weather on 9 Oct, PolyU Undergraduate Info Day 2021 was postponed and successfully held on 10 Oct 2021. LSGI had held 2 admission seminars (One on campus and one online) and a lab tour to introduce our latest undergraduate programmes to potential students and visitors. For 2022-23 entry, scheme-based admission is applied to all PolyU undergraduate programmes. Dr. Yan Wai Yeung and Ir Dr Wallace Lai introduced the "BSc (Hons) Schem

10 Oct 2021


Sr Professor Esmond Mok of the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI), who served PolyU for 35 years, retired in September 2021. Sr Prof. Mok was appointed as Dean of Student from 2016 to 2021. Before that, he has been witnessing the development of LSGI for 30 years. He was presented with a souvenir by the Faculty Dean Prof. Xiangdong Li on his last working day. Thank you for Prof. Mok’s long service and contribution to PolyU and

1 Oct 2021


On 9 September 2021, PolyU Council member Ms Julia Man-kwan Lau, who is a registered architect in Hong Kong and has worked in the local real estate industry for nearly three decades, visited the Remote Sensing Laboratory of the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI) to keep abreast of the latest developments in the department. She was met by Associate Dean of FCE, Prof. Charles Wong, who introduced some projects to her and her te

10 Sep 2021


In an interview by TVB News for Liu Wai-chung, Morgan, a LSGI postdoctoral fellow, revealed how he almost gave up his dream of scientific research after graduation.

7 Sep 2021


The Outstanding Alumni Award aims to give public recognition to outstanding graduates of a PolyU academic department for their professional achievements and significant contributions to the community and their alma mater. As the year of 2022 marks the 85th Anniversary of PolyU, new features are introduced to recognise distinguished alumni’s accomplishments and contributions. More information can be found here.  Nomination Deadline: 30 Septem

5 Sep 2021


The Bentley Institute 2021 Student BIM Challenge (Hong Kong) recognizes innovative and technically advanced projects using BIM technology in infrastructure design and management. Two of LSGI students, Christine Wun Ki SUEN and Ann Ka Wing TAI, received the First Runner Up award in Innovation in data capturing for BIM. Their project integrates the modern artworks with the leading-edge technology, which showcases a unique perspective of Art Tech. T

2 Sep 2021


Prof. Qihao WENG, Chair Professor and Global STEM Scholar of the Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics, has been elected a foreign member of Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe) in its 2021 class. The object of Academia Europaea is the advancement and propagation of excellence in scholarship in the humanities, law, the economic, social, and political sciences, mathematics, medicine, and all branches of natural and technological sc

5 Nov 2021

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