16 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Physics Department - Indefinite Causal Structures: How a Missing Arrow of Time Can be Useful to Increase Performances in Quantum Protocols
11 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - Seminar on PDE - A variational approach to describe the moduli space of minimal immersions in hyperbolic manifolds
In a seminal paper, Uhlenbeck studied the set of first and second fundamental form that arise from minimal immersions of a given surface into a three dimensional hyperbolic manifold.
11 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Chemistry - PhD Student Seminar - Wearable Microfluidic Sweat Sensors for Healthcare Monitoring
Student: Miss Qiaoyi WANG Department: Department of Chemistry, HKUST Supervisor: Professor Hongkai WU
10 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - Seminar on Data Science and Applied Mathematics - Geometric Methods for Optimal Transportation
Optimal transport maps play fundamental roles in many engineering and medical fields. Due to the highly non-linear nature of the Monge-Amepre equation, the computation of optimal transport maps is very challenging.
7 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Chemistry - PhD Student Seminar - Near-Infrared-II (NIR-II) Molecular Dyes for Biomedical Imaging
Student: Miss Jiaen LIANG Department: Department of Chemistry, HKUST Supervisor: Professor He YAN
4 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Mathematics - Seminar on PDE - Rate of blow up in the thin obstacle problem
The thin obstacle problem is a classical free boundary problem arising from the study of an elastic membrane resting on a lower-dimensional obstacle. Concerning the behavior of the solution near a contact point between the membrane and the obstacle, many important questions remain open.
2 Mar–25 Apr 2022
Information Session, Orientation
Register now for the Virtual Science Talks 2022
Following the success of the Virtual Science Talks organized last year, HKUST School of Science is delighted to launch another round of virtual talks this Spring, which will cover various interesting scientific topics with an aim to allow our prospective students to get a taste of university lear
1 Mar 2022
Seminar, Lecture, Talk
Department of Chemistry - PhD Student Seminar - Tactile Pressure Sensing in Electronic Skins
Student: Mr. Ruijie MA Department: Department of Chemistry, HKUST Supervisor: Professor He YAN
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