E2I

The Center for Engineering Education Innovation (E2I) at The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology enhances student and faculty development by drawing on the latest findings in engineering education research.

This website serves as a repository for teaching and learning resources developed by E2I and other international centers.

News & Events

2017 SENG Three Minute Thesis Competition

March 22, 2017, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, communication skills
On March 22, 2017, the Center for Engineering Education Innovation held the SENG Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition for the fourth time. After an hour and half’s competition, Teng Feng (Andrea), Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering PhD student under the supervision of Prof Ying Chau, won the championship.

2016 Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition

September 30, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, communication skills
Sponsored by the Center for Engineering Education Innovation, Miss Liwen Jing and Dr Feng Ni, the Champion and the 1st Runner-up of the 2016 SENG Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition, participated in the 2016 Asia-Pacific 3MT® Competition that was held in the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia on September 30, 2016.

Explore Different Career Paths for Engineering RPgs

April 22, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, career development
Career development is one of the key components of the SENG RPg professional development program. E2I holds the annual sharing and networking event to help engineering RPgs explore different career paths by inviting alumni to share their career development experience and introduce different workplaces and cultures.

Peer Training Workshop on LaTeX

April 7 and 14, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, research skills
As part of the SENG RPg professional development program, two peer training workshops on LaTeX were offered by Koen van Walstijn, a MPhil student in Technology Leadership and Entrepreneurship, to SENG RPg students.

2016 SENG Three Minute Thesis Competition

April 6, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, communication skills
The Center for Engineering Education Innovation (E2I) held the SENG Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) for the third time on April 6, 2016.
PG Events

2017 SENG Three Minute Thesis Competition

March 22, 2017, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, communication skills
On March 22, 2017, the Center for Engineering Education Innovation held the SENG Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition for the fourth time. After an hour and half’s competition, Teng Feng (Andrea), Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering PhD student under the supervision of Prof Ying Chau, won the championship.

2016 Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition

September 30, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, communication skills
Sponsored by the Center for Engineering Education Innovation, Miss Liwen Jing and Dr Feng Ni, the Champion and the 1st Runner-up of the 2016 SENG Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition, participated in the 2016 Asia-Pacific 3MT® Competition that was held in the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia on September 30, 2016.

Explore Different Career Paths for Engineering RPgs

April 22, 2016, posted in: Postgraduate, professional development, career development
Career development is one of the key components of the SENG RPg professional development program. E2I holds the annual sharing and networking event to help engineering RPgs explore different career paths by inviting alumni to share their career development experience and introduce different workplaces and cultures.
PMP Activites

Peer Mentors Celebrate Christmas at the End of the Fall Semester

December 21, 2015, posted in: Undergraduate,PMP
The Center for Engineering Education Innovation (E2I) invited the 2015-16 Peer Mentors to a Christmas Gathering on 21 Dec to review and celebrate their efforts in the Peer Mentoring Program during the past Term.

Christmas Gathering for Peer Mentors

December 23, 2014, posted in: PMP, Undergraduate
Peer Mentors gathered to celebrate the Christmas holiday in the Engineering Commons on 23 Dec. Participants went through fun games that challenged their team building skills, discussed their thoughts on the program and their mentoring experiences in the Fall Semester.