In memory of Prof LI Duan and to carry on his unswerving pursuit of both research and education, the Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management (SEEM) will establish a memorial scholarship fund under Duan’s name. The scholarship will be given to selected candidates in SEEM. We are now soliciting donations and contributions to this scholarship fund.
We are deeply shocked and saddened to learn about the passing of Professor Duan Li, a dear colleague and friend. Professor Li has made tremendous contributions to our Department as a faculty member and also as past Department Chairman. He will be sorely missed. Please accept our sincerest condolences.
The team consisting 1 Year 4 BEng FinTech student, CHIU Long Kwan and 3 students from other majors in CUHK and HKUST, won the first runner up in the Tencent Finance Academy Fintech Competition 2020 with a monetary prize of $50,000.
DATE: Nov 02, 2020 Monday
TIME: 09:30 – 17:30
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The product “Fishing Gaming with Shopping Experience” developed by the team “Impetus” consisting 5 of our Year 1 BEng FinTech students, who are Arthur CHAN, Edwin CHAN, Elroy LO, Felix YEUNG and Bryce ZHONG, won the 2nd Runner-up Award at the Bizkathon@HKUST (https://www.bizkathon.ust.hk/) on November 2-3, 2019 with a monetary prize of $8,000.
The team (“Altitude”) led by Choi Ho Yin Issac (SEEM/3), comprised of Cheung Tsz Yin (IE/5), Wong Sin Yi (CS/3) and other students from HKU and HKUST won the Championship with a monetary prize of $20,000 of openlab x FinTecubator Innovation Challenge organized by the Hang Seng Bank and the CUHK SEEM Department. They proposed and developed a prototype of a receivable management tools, and a Smart Contract mechanism embedded business logic into business terms in the challenge held on Oct 31, 2019. Members of the team would like to thank Prof. CHAN Chun Kwong for being such a wonderful mentor.
Innovation challenge @ Hang Seng Bank
The HSBC Financial Innovation Case Study was held on Aug 17. The team (“Finnovators”) composed of Choi Ho Yin Issac (SEEM/3), Jacus Liou (Fintech/3), Kong Chan Yat Lawrence (Econ/4) and other students from HKU and HKUST won 1st Runner-up with a monetary prize of $20,000 in the competition. They proposed financial management and knowledge cultivation platform with game mechanics overlaid to assist kids in developing financial knowledge. Their habit development solution makes use of OpenAPI supported by HKMA and banks to tailor-made a debit card for child personal finance needs.
Seems student and his teammates triumphed in the finalist stage (Top 5) of UBS Group Chief Operating Officer (GCOO) Case Challenge hosted on 7 August 2019 at UBS Hong Kong Office. The team led by Mr. Choi Ho Yin Issac (SEEM/3), consisting of Mr. Chow Tak Hin (QFIN/3), Mr. Chan Pui Ming Kenneth (QFRM/3) and Mr. Wan Tsz Wing (QFRM/3). The team was challenged to re-engineer the remittance process of a fictitious bank to improve its efficiency. They proposed a solution included automation, integrated ticketing system which enables an employee to pass each transaction downstream, innovation in staff’s working performance optimization, machine learning in computer vision to allow significant uplift in the processing time of signature verification.
UBS Group Chief Operating Officer (GCOO) Case Challenge 2019
Prof. Jeffrey Xu Yu and Prof. Hong Cheng’s research project entitled “Scalable Graph Representation Learning and Distributed Graph Processing Systems” was supported by Tencent AI Lab Rhino-Bird Focused Research Program 2018. Through their investigation and collaboration with researchers from Tencent AI Lab in 2018-19, their project has generated fruitful results. Prof. Cheng presented their research findings on the Research Symposium organized by Tencent AI Lab on September 23, 2019. Their project won the Application Innovation Award among 39 funded projects.