Graduate Dr Kaishun WU Selected as the Winner of 2012 Young Scientist Award
Dr Kaishun WU, PhD graduate of CSE, has been selected as the winner of 2012 Hong Kong Young Scientist Award in Physical/Mathematical Science for his research on "MAC/PHY Advances in Wireless Networks". The award with HK$10,000 were presented during the Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Institution of Science 2012 on 3 November at City University of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Young Scientist Award is established by the Hong Kong Institute of Science (HKIS) to recognize young scientists and engineers who have outstanding performance in their field of study. The Award is being competed each year among all current postgraduates and those who have graduated within 2 years in any of the tertiary institutes in Hong Kong. Three awards are given each year in each of the fields of Physical/Mathematical science, Life science, or Engineering science.
Kaishun received his PhD degree from CSE in 2011 under the supervision of Prof. Lionel Ni. Expressing his gratitude to CSE and his supervisor, Kaishun said, "I am so lucky to have such an excellent supervisor as Lionel. Thank you for his ongoing support and guidance without which I couldn't have possibly progressed from where I have been. He has been a great inspiration to me all along. " Kaishun is currently a Research Assistant Professor in HKUST.
Kaishun and Prof Tony Chan at the Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Institution of Science 2012