CHENG, Zhenzhou 程振洲
It is my honor to receive the Hong Kong Ph.D. Fellowship and join EE Department of CUHK to pursue the Ph.D. degree. With the free and open academic atmosphere in the laboratory, I am encouraged to discover my favorite research topic. The supervisor teaches me how to complete a high impact research work with his creativity and strive for excellence. In more than two years, the Ph.D. programme of EE Department as well as the international conferences and academic exchange have brought me an obvious improvement in terms of professional knowledge, research capacities, and presentation skills. The training and experiences in EE Department let me have a clear planning for future career, and help me to be fully prepared.
MAK, Lawrence Chun Man 麥振文
The EE Department of CUHK offers an excellent environment for graduate students to learn state-of-the-art technology and get involved in the related research work. During my M.Phil. and Ph.D. studies, I could have a good chance to understand more about the professional side of the field through handling the top-notch facilities and equipments in the laboratories, not to mention being inspired by numerous knowledgeable students and scholars from different places. The sharing of ideas and findings smoothed my research work to a great extent. Various graduate courses offered by the Department widened my horizon in terms of research methods and the use of technology. My studies at CUHK do help me to be well-equipped before facing the ongoing challenges in the electronics research field.
FAN, Vivian Wen 范文
The atmosphere of ASIC/VLSI Lab in EE Department is free and easy. As a Ph.D. student, I could choose the research topic I am interested in. Instead of being told what to do step by step, I learned to plan and organize my research progress in four years. Everyone around me worked very hard, which was the reason that we have good publications every year. I was encouraged to attend international conferences by my supervisor, so that I could communicate with other experts in my research area and sometimes inspired by others’ works. Ph.D. degree is not the only thing I obtained from EE Department. I become more sensitive to new techniques in my area and I have much greater passion in research.
CHOW, Chi Wai 鄒志偉
I started my university study and research career in the EE Department of CUHK. After Ph.D. graduation, I was appointed as a Postdoctoral Fellow in CUHK. In 2005, I joined the Tyndall National Institute, Ireland as a Postdoctoral Research Scientist. In 2007, I joined the Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, as an Assistant Professor. Now, I am a Professor in NCTU.
I would like to express my appreciation for the Professors in the EE Department of CUHK who have committed their whole career in education and research. I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to my FYP and Ph.D supervisor, Prof. Tsang Hon Ki for his teaching and guidance.
During my eight years life in EE, I was deeply impressed by the high standard curriculum, which provided me a broad and firm foundation in mathematics, physics and many areas of EE. In addition, I enjoyed the good study and research environment in EE, and I enjoyed going to the Lab everyday when I was purchasing my Ph.D. degree. Even though I have graduated for about 10 years, I can still get support from the EE family.