Department of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringOUR PEOPLE
Vincent LI 李耀輝
PhD, Plymouth
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Professor Li has been engaged in the management of major electronics and electrical projects for many years. Before joining HKUST, he was a project engineer in Electrical and Mechanical Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. He is a Chartered Engineer, member of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) and member of Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). He has been organizing and conducting outcome based industrial training for undergraduate students.

Research Interests

Signal Processing
Sensors and instrumentation

Selected Publications

  • Vincent Li, David Lam (2009) Beyond outcome-based: Competition-based learning for engineering students, 9TH International Conference on Modern Industrial Training.
  • Wenlong Mei, Vincent Li, Lilong Cai (2006) Application of Finite Element Analysis in the Simulation of Spot Welding Process, ANSYS User Conference.
  • G. Woodman, Vincent Y.F. Li, S. Wilson, R. Renneberg (2004) A direction-sensitive underwater blast detector and its application for managing blast fishing Marine Pollution Bulletin 49, pp964-973.
  • G. Woodman, Vincent Y.F. Li, S. Wilson, R. Renneberg (2003) Acoustic characteristics of fish bombing: potential to develop an automated blast detector. Marine Pollution Bulletin 46, pp99-106.
  • Li, Vincent and Neil Witt (2000), An artificial intelligent approach to radar target detection, Proceedings of an International Radar Symposium, German Institute of Navigation, Munich, October, pp265-273.
  • Li, Y.F, and Miller K. (1997), Target detection in radar: current status and future possibilities, Journal of Navigation, Royal Institute of Navigation, May, pp 303-313.



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