M.Phil. student BU Shi has been selected by the IEEE Educational Activities Board (EAB) to receive the 2016 IEEE Life Members Graduate Study Fellowship in Electrical Engineering. Mr. BU came from Mainland China to pursue higher education in CUHK, where he obtained his B.Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering in 2014. He then continued his study as an M.Phil. student at CUHK EE. The area of research that he undertook for his undergraduate final year project and master's work was analog IC design, both under the supervision of Prof. LEUNG Ka Nang Alex. Upon his graduation in this July, he will launch his pursuit of a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles in the United States.
The IEEE Life Members Graduate Study Fellowship in Electrical Engineering was established by the IEEE Board of Directors in February 2000, financed by the IEEE Life Members Fund. This Fellowship is awarded annually to one first year, full-time graduate student for work in the area of electrical engineering at an engineering school/programme of recognized standing worldwide. It carries a stipend of US$10,000 per year, and is awarded in recognition of outstanding academic results.
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