Professor Helen Meng has been awarded a grant of HKD4 million from the Research Grants Council Central Allocation.
The project is entitled, “Towards Multi-Modal Human-Computer Dialog Interactions with Minimally Intrustive Biometic Security Functions” and aims to develop multi-modal authentication technologies to secure human-computer mixed-initiative multi-modal dialog interactions. Co-investigators of the project include professors across departments within CUHK as well as from HKUST and Polytechnic University — Professors P.C. Ching (Department of EE, CUHK), T. Lee (Department of EE, CUHK), Y.S.Moon (Department of CSE, CUHK), X. Tang (Department of IE, CUHK), M.W. Mak (Department of EIE, PolyU), B. Mak (Department of CS, HKUST) and M.H. Siu (Department of EEE, HKUST).
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Professor Shu-Cherng Fang has been selected to receive the IIE Fellow Award, due to his immense contributions to the IE profession.
Tsan-Ming (Jason) Choi has received the Best Paper Award in ACM Postgraduate Research Paper Contest 2002. The paper’s title is “Optimal Pricing Policy for E-tailers under Dynamic Price Testing with Bayesian Information Updates”.
Professor Helen Meng has been awarded a grant of HKD5,656,000 from the Innovation and Technology Fund of the Hong Kong SAR Government Innovation and Technology Commission. The project is entitled “The AOPA (Author Once, Present Anywhere) Software Platform,” led by Professor Helen Meng (Principal Investigator) and Professor P. C. Ching (Co-Investigator). This project aims to develop a “universally accessible” software platform to support Chinese Web content development for (displayless) voice browsers, mobile mini-browsers in addition to regular Web browsers. Universal accessibility is valuable for E-business information service provision.
Professor Shuzhong Zhang has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award 2001. This award is awarded annually by the VC to one teacher in each Faculty.