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PolyU scholars receive RGC Senior Research Fellow Award and Research Fellow Award

Prof. Christopher Chao, Vice President (Research and Innovation) of PolyU joined the Research Grants Council Award Presentation Ceremony 2021/22

Prof. Jianhua Hao, Department of Applied Physics received 2021-2022 RGC Senior Research Fellow Award

Prof. Zijian Zheng, Institute of Textile and Clothing received 2021-2022 RGC Senior Research Fellow Award

Dr. Gang Peng, Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies received 2021-2022 RGC Research Fellow Award


Three PolyU scholars receive 2021/22 RGC Research Fellow Award and Senior Research Fellow Award for their outstanding research achievements. They were assessed based on the research capability, knowledge transfer and potential impact, and their engagement plan to train/nurture the next generation of research talent. PolyU’s awardees are as follows.

2021-2022 RGC Senior Research Fellow Award

Prof. Jianhua Hao, Chair Professor of Materials Physics and Devices, Department of Applied Physics

Project title: Coupling Ferroelectrics and Piezoelectrics to Optoelectronics: From Fundamentals and Materials to Device Applications

  • to couple ferroelectric and piezoelectric effects on the optical and optoelectronic process in broad classes of cutting-edge materials and devices, investigate physical properties in the material systems, and demonstrate device applications based on the coupling effects

Prof. Zijian Zheng, Institute of Textile and Clothing

Project title: Permeable and Multi-functional Stretchable Electronics: Materials, Device, and 3D Monolithic System 

  • to develop a new type of high-performance wearable and breathable sensor system integrated with various sensitive, reliable and multiplexed sensors on the basis of highly breathable materials and structures

 

 

2021-2022 RGC Research Fellow Award

Dr. Gang Peng, Department of Chinese and Bilingual Studies

Project title: Cortical Dynamics of Cantonese Lexical Tone Processing

  • to fill the research gap in neuroanatomical basis of lexical tones by investigating the cortical dynamics of Cantonese lexical tone processing from different perspectives with behavioral and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) measurements

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