Leung Chi Kin Randolph

  • Fellowship in 1997 at the University of Cambridge

Dr Leung's research interest is in flow-induced sound and structural vibration, computational aeroacoustics, aviation science, diagnostics and control for product noise and vibration, product sound quality design. He received his BEng in Mechanical Engineering in 1992 and PhD in Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics in 1997, both from The University of Hong Kong. He then continued his postdoctoral research in acoustic resonance of marine gas turbine exhaust system at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, U.K. in 1998 and flow-induced vibration of turbine blade at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1999. Afterwards, he moved to industry and took up a sound engineer position at Emerson Climate Technologies, supporting the sound and vibration design for reciprocating/scroll refrigeration compressors and systems. Dr Leung joined The Hong Kong Polytechnic University again in 2002 and is serving as an Assistant Professor. Apart from extensive teaching and research activities, he also actively provides consultancy practices to industry.