Individual or Group Research awards

We won the Bronze Medal from the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva!

We won the Bronze Medal from the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva!

The winning entry is the MiC Three Treasures: [Digest from the HKU Press Release]: 1. Remote e-Inspection System for the Manufacturing and Delivery of Offsite Modular Construction This e-Inspection System is a Modular Construction Supply Chain Quality Assurance system that includes i-Core (an loT device attached to each MC module to monitor the...

Our iLab won the 2022 Hong Kong ICT Smart Logistics Gold Award

Our iLab won the 2022 Hong Kong ICT Smart Logistics Gold Award

Press release from HKU https://www.hku.hk/press/press-releases/detail/25383.html Building houses faster and safer for relieving the pressing housing shortage problem of Hong Kong The Remote e-Inspection System for Cross Border MiC Logistics system developed by Prof. Wilson Lu, Director of the iLab of the Faculty of Architecture together with...

Resources, Conservation & Recycling (RCR) Best Paper Award 2021

Resources, Conservation & Recycling (RCR) Best Paper Award 2021

The annual Best Paper Awards recognize high-quality, high-impact papers published in Resources, Conservation & Recycling (RCR). The awards are selected based on scholarly merits by an Award Committee consisting of members of the Editorial Board. Among the 689 papers RCR published in 2021, three research and three review articles were selected...

Supervision awards

Bronze Award of the Hong Kong U-21 RFID Awards, 2013

Bronze Award of the Hong Kong U-21 RFID Awards 2013, organised by GS1 Hong Kong. Project title: Danger Zones Identification and Alert System - The Application of RFID in Construction Safety, by a group of year-2 undergraduates in my studio course.

Gold Award of the Hong Kong U-21 RFID Awards, 2011

Gold Award of the Hong Kong U-21 RFID Awards, 2011 organised by GS1 Hong Kong. Project title: Simultaneous Score-counting System in Bun Scrambling Competition, by a group of year-2 undergraduates in my studio course.