Prof. Betty Lin is Associate Director of the Dual Degree Program in Technology & Management (T&M) and Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Education at HKUST. Prior to joining HKUST in 2012, she was an R&D engineer in the Silicon Valley USA for 10 years, a Principle consultant serving clients across the Asia Pacific region, and a country manager for 4 US-based hi-tech companies. Prof. Betty brings 25 years of industry experience into the classroom. She designs experiential-learning courses in the format of case analysis, consulting, and prototyping for a real client, and co-offers startup courses with universities in the US, Germany, and Brazil leveraging the latest trends in technology & business strategies with a global view. She has obtained an EMBA from Kellogg-HKUST and B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from U.C. Berkeley.
Senior Student Advisor
Sven Clarke is a UBC Student Advisor based in UBC’s Asia Pacific Regional Office in Hong Kong. He has worked in various capacities for UBC since 2001, including advising prospective Graduate students and supporting various UBC International programs. Having spent half of his life in Canada’s freezing Arctic communities, he warmly welcomes any questions you have about studying in Canada!!
Prof. Tim Leung
Department of Mathematics at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)
Prof. Tim Leung has been with the Department of Mathematics at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) since 2009. Prior to joining HKUST, he was an instructor and postdoc researcher at the University of California, Irvine. He was educated at the HKUST (BSc and MPhil) and the University of California, Los Angeles (PhD). His research focuses on Eulerian techniques to approximate high frequency asymptotic solutions to wave phenomena and their related inverse problems, numerical methods for interfacial motions, and variational and statistical methods for image processing. Prof. Leung is currently a Professor of Mathematics and an Associate Dean of Science.
Future Students Office, External Relations Division- University of Leicester
Anthony comes from the University of Leicester and is based in Taiwan (although originally from London). Anthony is fast becoming a perpetual student, studying for his third degree with Leicester. He’s spent the last few years advising students from all over the world on the options available to them and hopefully knows exactly what to do (and what not to do) when thinking about your future.