Available Topics

BSc Students

If you are looking for a topic for your Final Year Project, please have a look at the topics below labeled with "BSc Final Year Project". Then, email your selected topic to me. Usually there will be a meeting to check if you are suitable for the topic.

MSc and Prospective PhD Students

If you are looking for MSc/PhD supervision, please examine the list below and see if there is a relevant project or research direction that fits with your research interests. Then, email your research interests, CV and transcripts to me to discuss further.

Additionally, my colleagues at Faculty of Applied Sciences offer a wide range of topics, for example, wireless networks, machine learning, data analytics, AI-driven drug discovery, applied mathematics, etc. You can find more information on this web page if my projects do not suit you.

My email address is: (null) (emails without all required information may not get a reply)


Machine Learning for Performance of High School Students

Research Project

This project aims to generate a model for predicting the performance of students in a Macau high school. It would be a type of regression problem and you will need to investigate what machine learning algorithms are suitable for this task. You will need to experiment with different algorithms and compare their performance. If your results are very good, your findings will be used by high schools in Macau to improve students' performance.
Making Sense of Public Government Data

Research Project

Natural Language Processing area. Please consult Dr. Pang for details.
A Semantic Method to Measure Similarity of Textual Data

Research Project

Natural Language Processing area. Please consult Dr. Pang for details.
Natural Language Processing for Cantonese Online Content

Research Project

Natural Language Processing area. Please consult Dr. Pang for details.
Ethical, Equitable and Inclusive e-Government in Macao

Research Project

This research is a multi-disciplinary project in the areas of policy formulation, public administration and information systems. Please consult Dr. Pang for details.