Professor Meng's primary research interests are in the areas of medical and surgical robotics, active
medical devices and wireless capsule endoscopy,
medical image based automatic diagnosis system, tele-medicine and
tele-healthcare systems, bio-sensors and multi-sensor fusion, bio-MEMS,
rehabilitation and robotic assistive technologies,
adaptive and intelligent systems, and related medical and industrial applications.
Having held the positions of assistant professor (1994),
associate professor (1998) and full professor (2000)
in the Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at the University of
Alberta in Canada from 1994 to 2004, Professor Meng has been a Professor in the
Electronic Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
since 2002. Professor Meng received his Ph.D.
degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering
at the University of Victoria in Canada in
1992, following his M.Sc. degree in
Control at Beijing Institute of
Technology in 1988.
Professor Meng is a Fellow of IEEE.
We are looking for qualified research
associates or post-doc fellows in surgical robotic manipulator
design & development to start immediately. Interested applicants please send email application to
ee.cuhk.edu.hk with a copy
of CV, a list of three referees, and related previous project samples.
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme Information.
Students interested in graduate study
opportunities in Biomedical Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong
Kong are encouraged
to contact us.