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2015-03-22
ME Students place Second at IMechE Design Competition
A team of five Mechanical Engineering students has won the First Runner-up at The 4th IMechE Greater China Design Competition held at the South China University of Technology in Guangzhou on 22 March 2015. 
 
Mr Yuen Man Chun, Mr Chan Wai Ki Mr Ng Hon Chiu, Miss Wong Hiu Ching and Miss Woo Sin Tung all from the BEng in Mechanical Engineering led by Ir KK Lo, Engineer of the Department, have designed and built a “Rocks Collector” that can pick up rocks and transport them to and back from the designed spots while surmounting a number of small obstacles.  
 
This year, there are total eight contesting teams representing The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, IVE, University of Macau and South China University of Technology.
 
The panel of judges selected winners by criteria included design innovation, design methodology, potentials for commercialisation, technical performance of the device prototype, as well as the presentation skills of the contestants.
A team of five Mechanical Engineering students has won the First Runner-up at The 4th IMechE Greater China Design Competition held at the South China University of Technology in Guangzhou on 22 March 2015.
 
Mr Yuen Man Chun, Mr Chan Wai Ki Mr Ng Hon Chiu, Miss Wong Hiu Ching and Miss Woo Sin Tung all from the BEng in Mechanical Engineering led by Ir KK Lo, Engineer of the Department, have designed and built a “Rocks Collector” that can pick up rocks and transport them to and back from the designed spots while surmounting a number of small obstacles.  
 
This year, there are total eight contesting teams representing The Chinese University of Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, IVE, University of Macau and South China University of Technology.
 
The panel of judges selected winners by criteria included design innovation, design methodology, potentials for commercialisation, technical performance of the device prototype, as well as the presentation skills of the contestants.