Prof. Michael Rung-Tsong Lyu, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been elected Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences Fellows 2021.
Prof. Michael Lyu is a world-renowned scholar in software reliability engineering. His research areas include software reliability, distributed systems, services computing, machine learning, and AI, where he published 600 papers with 44000 Google Scholar citations and H-index of 101 (as of end of 2021). He made significant contributions on software reliability modelling, measurement, analytics, and applications, with wide impact to academia and various industries including software development, telecommunications, mobile app vendors, Web technology providers, and cloud computing platforms. He is the only recipient with four international awards: ACM Fellow, IEEE Fellow, AAAS Fellow, and IEEE Reliability Engineering of the Year.
The Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences (HKAES) is an organization of Hong Kong’s most eminent engineers of various disciplines who are recognized leaders of the profession with distinguished achievements in engineering sciences or applications. The Academy aims to promote the advancement of the science, art and practice of engineering for the benefit of the public in Hong Kong, in Mainland China and the region. The objectives are to pursue, encourage and maintain excellence in the entire field of engineering with the wealth of knowledge and experience of our Fellows.
Reference: HKAES Fellows