Matthew McKay, Assistant Professor of Electronic and Computer Engineering. Along with Matthew McKay (professor at HKUST), a (not too) sparse PCA method based on random matrix theory was also devised. PhD students who are HKUST MPhil graduates and have completed PDEV 6770 or other professional development courses offered by the University before may be exempted from taking PDEV 6770, subject to prior approval of the School. The awardees were selected by the Research Award Committee which was chaired by Prof Joseph Lee, HKUST Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies. Some other HKUST professors will also speak at the Forum and learn more: Now, a team led by HKUST data scientists Prof. Matthew MCKAY and Dr. Ahmed Abdul QUADEER have identified a set of B cell and T cell epitopes derived from SARS – protein fragments that can trigger the immune response against SARS-CoV – that may similarly trigger an immune response against the novel coronavirus. Are you having hard time staying awake in your online class? “With many highly-qualified nominees who are top scholars in their fields, the selection process had been competitive and rigorous. Matthew McKay (Project Manager) and K. B. Letaief: Funding: $400,000 Granted for 2008-2010 : 6. HKUST SPD contains HKUST Research Outputs in all forms and hosts the HKUST Scholar Profiles. Donald C Chang : Adjunct Professor: Tom Cheung: Assistant Professor: Toyotaka Ishibashi: Assistant Professor This work presents theoretical advances in the field of high-dimensional random matrix theory and, in particular, of relevance to the applied statistics community. Tel: (852) 2358 6811 Fax: (852) 2358 2201 Email: Download the Guide to CEI Services Connect with us thru Facebook The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Department of Computer Science and Engineering PhD Thesis Defence Title: "The Emotional Characteristics of Western Orchestral Instruments with Different Pitch and Dynamics" By Miss Hiu Ting CHAN Abstract: Recent research has shown that different musical instrument sounds have strong emotional characteristics. [+] Speaker: Prof. Matthew McKay (HKUST) (June 12, 2020, 10:00am) Title : Computational approaches for guiding rational vaccine design: Case studies in HCV, HIV, and COVID-19 ( DataSci ) Abstract : This talk will describe how computational modelling and high-dimensional statistics can aid the rational design of vaccines. HKUST Professors' Breakthrough Research Work in Electronic Communications Win Prestige IEEE Awards . 1 HKUST - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology . Title: Name: Phone: E-Mail: Room: Head/Professor: Prof: I Ming HSING: 2358 7131: 4571: Chair Professor: Prof: Inchi HU : 2358 7734 Prof. Matthew MCKAY Elected 2021 IEEE Fellow 23/12/2020 Prof. Pascale Fung is recognized for her significant contributions toward statistical NLP, comparable corpora, and building intelligent systems that can understand and empathize with humans. HKUST Sets Up Platform for Real-time Reporting of Vaccine Target Recommendations for COVID-19. After obtaining his Master’s degree in 2011, he joined Professor Matthew McKay’s team to “work on the exciting interdisciplinary research area of computational immunology”. # HKUST Engineering academics Prof. Matthew McKay and Prof. Kai Chen are selected as Young Scientists to speak and join global scientific elite to explore frontiers of research in the 3rd World Laureates Forum. The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's engineering professors Matthew McKay and Bing Zeng from the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering were recently awarded the 2011 Stephen O Rice Prize in the Field of Communications Theory and the 2011 … Signal Processing meets Immunology: Towards a Hepatitis C Vaccine via High-Dimensional Covariance EstimationSpeaker: Matthew McKay, Hari Harilela Associate Professor, Electronic and Computer Engineering Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Abstract Credit: HKUST As genetic sequences of SARS-CoV-2, the cause of the novel pneumonia (COVID-19), are similar to those of the “HKUST is wholeheartedly grateful to all donors and benefactors for their generosity and support, which add significantly to the University’s efforts to uphold academic excellence and recruit outstanding faculty while providing the flexibility needed in the pursuit of its goals. Here are the most popular tips to help you stay awake! Prof. Matthew McKay, Dr. Ahmed Abdul Quadeer, and Mr. Syed Faraz Ahmed, PhD student – recently identified a set of potential vaccine targets. 2011-07-08. They drew on data previously collated to fight the SARS-CoV virus, which caused the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003. The method is restricted to data the sparsity of which is block-wise structure, but allows to identify in practice the correct number of blocks to be selected. According to the HKUST, “Scientists have been drawing on previous data and knowledge of the SARS virus in search of a way to crack SARS-CoV-2.” Matthew McKay, associate professor in HKUST’s department of electronic and computer engineering.