Ir Stanley SIU received his BEng (Medical Engineering) and MPhil (Biomedical Engineering) from the University of Hong Kong.
As a Biomedical Engineer of Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) of the Government of the HKSAR, Ir SIU strives for enhancing the quality of public healthcare services with innovative engineering solutions. One of his contributions was introducing digital dental radiography to public dental service. He is also one of the key members in EMSD for developing the certification course for in-house biomedical technicians, which will be rolled out to public for benefiting the biomedical engineering industry. His outstanding performance was recognised by receiving the EMSD Director’s Commendation twice between 2015 and 2017.
EMSD Dental X-ray project
Ir SIU is committed to serving the HKIE and the engineering profession. He is the Honorary Secretary of the HKIE Biomedical Division, a HKIE School Ambassador, a Committee Member of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Hong Kong and Macau Joint Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and formerly served HKIE President’s Protégé Club Committee as Honorary Treasurer and Committee Member (2012-2015). As a four-time Grand Leadership Award winner under the HKIE Volunteers Service Accreditation Programme, Ir SIU has organised many local and international seminars and conferences, as well as served on a number of working groups and task forces to foster connection with local and overseas professionals. In addition, Ir SIU volunteers for the World Health Organization (WHO) and Asian Harmonization Working Party (AHWP) on dissemination and harmonisation of medical technologies.
HKIE Young Engineer of the Year Award 2017
Besides professional service, Ir SIU has sustained dedication to community service particularly in youth empowerment and elderly service. He is a Steering Committee Member of the “Growing Partner” mentorship scheme under the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association, a volunteer of the Association for Engineering and Medical Volunteer Services (EMV), and formerly served the Rotary International District 3450 as Deputy District Rotaract Representative (2010/2011). He also teaches at local universities with biomedical engineering programme as visiting lecturer.
HKUAA Growing Partners mentorship programme