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Three PolyU scholars have been elected as 2022 Fellows of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Science (HKAES). HKAES is an organisation of Hong Kong’s most eminent engineers across various disciplines. The Fellowship was awarded in recognition of the their engineering expertise, distinguished achievements and commitment to serving society. Only up to eight Fellows are honoured each year. Congratulations!
Professor Cao Jiannong
Professor Cao is an internationally renowned scholar in distributed systems, mobile computing and wireless networking, and big data analytics.
Professor Chen Qingyan
Professor Chen’s areas of expertise include computer simulations and experimental measurements of built environments, in addition to energy-efficient, healthy, and sustainable buildings.
Professor Li Xiangdong
Professor Li’s major research interests include regional environmental pollution, the urban environment, and the remediation of contaminated sites.
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