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Home > About HKCC > Staff Directory > Division of Science and Technology > CHEUNG, Hing-keung
Division of Science and Technology
Dr CHEUNG, Hing-keung

Lecturer 講師

BEng (Brad); MBA (H-W); PhD (Lond.)

Email: ccdrhkc@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk

Teaching and Scholarly Interests:

  • Information Technology

  • Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering & Physics

Dr Cheung received a Higher Diploma in Electronic Engineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a Bachelor of Engineering (first Hons) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from The University of Bradford (U.K.). He afterwards acquired a Master's Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from The Heriot-Watt University (U.K.) and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Wireless Communication from The University of London (U.K.).

During his study in London, Dr Cheung was enthusiastically taking part in a major collaborative mobile communication research project (www.mobilevce.co.uk) funded by the U.K. government and the local telecommunication industry.

Before returning to Hong Kong, Dr Cheung had been working as a research engineer in a telecom outsourcing company (www.wfinet.com) in San Diego, California of the U.S.

Prior to joining HKCC in 2007, he was serving as a lecturer in the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and then a term lecturer with the Youth College of Vocational Training Council of Hong Kong respectively. In addition, Dr Cheung has worked as a part-time tutor in The Open University of Hong Kong for lecturing subjects such as "Wireless Communication" and "Computer Network".

Dr Cheung's research interests include: radio resource management algorithms, mobile wireless network system-level performance simulation, wireless channel propagation modelling, and radio signal strength prediction by ray-tracing techniques.