Professors in the Department of Electronic Engineering

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong


The Department of Electronic Engineering (EE) was established in 1970 by Professor Charles K. Kao, a 2009 Nobel laureate in Physics, and offers fullspectrum programs from Bachelor’s, research and taught Master’s degrees to PhD degree. The research fields of the Department cover bioelectronics and medical devices, robotics and sensor technology, pattern recognition and artificial intelligence, DSP and speech processing, image and visual signal processing, terahertz imaging, communications, microwave and wireless communications, photonics and advanced optical communications, nanotechnology and materials, solid-state electronics and VLSI, and power electronics and green technology. The Department was ranked number 1 in Hong Kong and 28 in the world, according to ARWU (Academic Ranking of World Universities) 2017 Subject Ranking. The Hong Kong Government Research Assessment Exercise 2014 also found that the EE Department at CUHK has the highest number of 4-Stars (world leading) research output among all Electrical and Electronic Engineering programs in Hong Kong. For detailed information about the Department, please visit our departmental website at 

The Department has planned to recruit several positions in the next few years and invites highly motivated and highly qualified candidates to apply for the positions at Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor levels. The applicants must have a PhD degree in EE or closely related fields. Preference will be given to those with expertise covering one or more of the research fields listed above. Candidates with exceptional qualifications in other related research fields will also be considered. The successful applicants are expected to establish themselves as international leaders in their fields of research, to teach with passion at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and to take on service and administrative duties. 
To apply, please upload full resume, copies of academic credentials, publication list with soft copies of 5 most representative publications, details of courses taught and evaluation results (if available), a research plan, a teaching statement, and the names and contact information of three to five referees.

Appointment(s) will normally be made on contract basis for up to three years initially, which, subject to performance and mutual agreement, may lead to longer-term appointment or substantiation later. The start date is flexible and can be arranged with the successful applicants. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified. Applications will be accepted until the position(s) is/are filled. We reserve the right to fill the positions by invitation or not to fill the positions. 

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