Welcome to Professor Raymond Kai-Yu TONG Research Team

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Professor Raymond Kai-Yu TONG

Prof. Raymond Kai-yu Tong is a Biomedical Engineer. He received his PhD in Bioengineering from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK in 1999. Raymond currently is the Professor and Chairman in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Prof. Tong is among the world’s top 2% most-cited scientists in their main disciplines for career-long citation impact in 2020. His research interests include Rehabilitation Robotics (e.g. Hand of Hope), Brain-Computer Control Interface (BCI), Neural Engineering, Functional Electrical Stimulation(FES) and Cognitive Assessment Software. Projects have been funded by Innovation and Technology Fund and UGC CERG/GRF as principal investigator. His research, innovation and service have been honoured with the “Global Ageing Influencers 2021” award at the 9th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards Ceremony held by the Ageing Asia in Singapore, Awardee of the 2013 Ten Outstanding Young Persons (Hong Kong)香港十大傑出青年; the Grand Prix Award(the highest honor) of the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2012; Winner Award(e-Health) (the highest honor) in the Asia Pacific ICT Award 2012; and HKIE innovation awards for young members(2008), gold awards in international invention exhibitions (2004, 2007, 2010, 2015, 2016).

Latest research publications in following links:
Raymond Tong's Google Scholar account
Research Gate: Raymond Kai-yu TONG
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID): 0000-0003-4375-653X
Web of Science ResearcherID: C-3546-2009

Professor Raymond Tong was invited to give a talk in World Economic Forum 2016>
Smart Robotics to Facilitate Recovery of Motor Skills
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Professor Raymond Tong was interviewed by TVB on 02 Feb 2016
Professor Raymond Tong was invited to share the intelligent technologies for the elderly (智能安老) on TVB news 時事多面睇 [02 Feb 2016].
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Our Research Team Projects


Intention-driven Electromechanical Rehabilitation Robotic to facilitate motor-relearning


Brain Computer Interface (BCI) measures EEG for training the activation pattern on cortex

EEGO SDK Development


Integrating fun and latest technologies, exploits the new era of elderly exercise and stroke rehabilitation