UN, Lawrence Man Wai 阮文偉
The Department of Electronic Engineering encourages students to develop both theory-based and practical-based knowledge. Besides, the diversified courses in EE allow me to find my own interest. During my undergraduate study, I have joined the ‘Undergraduate Summer Research Internship’ offered by the Faculty of Engineering. During the internship, with the insightful advice from the Professor and other research students, I have learned the methods of thinking, expressing, organizing and solving problem, which have never been taught on books. I would like to express my deepest thanks to EE for offering me such a great learning opportunity and environment. The knowledge and experience that I have learnt throughout my undergraduate study provide me a solid background and allow me to think, respond and apply ideas effectively when doing research or working in the future.
LEE, Robin Kim Miau 李金茂
What I like most about CUHK-EE is the accessibility to professors and lecturers. They are generally very friendly and responsive to students’ inquiries even though they have a very busy schedule. Our conversations range from academics to personal development, current affairs, just like what serious friends will talk about. There are also a lot of research opportunities for undergraduate students, which we could apply the knowledge learnt in class to tackle real world problems, a skill any capable engineer must possess. If you are determined and passionate, you will definitely find your place here.
CHEUNG, Debi Ka In 張嘉彥
My vivid university life: Studying Electronic Engineering at CUHK is definitely rewarding. Truth be told, I felt so thankful to be one of the students in CUHK. Apart from the theoretical knowledge, the 1-year work-study and the global internship program provided me chances to work in several companies, which boosted my passion in IT and got hands-on experience. With the support from my professor, I had opportunities to participate into the entrepreneurship program where inspired me to think of entrepreneurship and start-up business. Being one of the committee members in EE Department Society is a valuable occasion for me to meet friends from different backgrounds with common interests. Now, I am an alumnus of CU. With the support of CU Alumni Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program, I and my partner Joe have started up our own web consulting business. It is what CU offers me and helps me to develop as an all-round person. It is the fantastic environment surrounding by caring professors and classmates. It is CU who paves the way for my success!
LEI, Gordon Kin Pang 李鍵鵬
I was admitted to CUHK-EE through the international student scheme in 2003. What attracted me most is the variety of courses in the department. The courses cover a wide range of topics, for example on hardware side, topics cover from very small device like a single transistor to very complicated system like a trans-oceanic optical fiber communication network. During my Bachelor study, I took courses in each of the specialized stream, and realized that I am most interested in the field of optical fiber communication. It was not simply a stream choosing process, but it determined my life in the following years. I have been working on optical fiber technology since my final year project in 2006. With great interest in research activities, I started my Ph.D. study in EE department through the M.Phil-Ph.D. program in 2007. By the abundant research resources in the department and guidance of professors, I was able to implement various novel ideas and led to publications in prestigious international journal and conferences. I appreciate the course variety a lot as I have found what I am most interested in and had the opportunity to contribute to this research area.