Professor Naubahar Sharif and Professor Donald Low their insight and thoughts on issues concerning policy and regulatory framework arising out of the rapid evolution of AI technology in this year’s Young Global Leaders (YGL) Development Program of the World Economic Forum (WEF), hosted by HKUST, under the theme “Our AI-Driven Future: Prospects and Pitfalls”.
Professor Alex Jingwei He's research impact case was featured in the official coverage of UGC's publicity series of 4-star (rated as internationally outstanding in RAE) impact cases in Sing Tao Daily, representing public policy and administration discipline.
Nuclear scientist and policy expert Prof. Julien de Troullioud de Lanversin of PPOL has recently gained media attention for his scientific and policy insight on Fukushima’s discharge of treated wastewater, the long-term environmental impact generated by the nuclear industry, and his view on Hong Kong citizens’ purchase and use of commercial radiation detectors.
Professor Naubahar Sharif and Ms. Cassy Chan of our Mental Health Project Team have recently gained media attention for their groundbreaking work in providing empirically-informed and culturally-sensitive mental health programs and support services for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong.
Professor Naubahar Sharif, Acting Head of the Division of Public Policy, has successfully received two 24-month grants, each worth HK$2 million, to support ethnic minority communities from Phase 2 of the Mental Health Initiatives Funding Scheme of the Advisory Committee on Mental Health.