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Department of Construction Technology and Engineering

Academic Staff


  • Lighting Technology


PhD, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
BEng(Hons) in Building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Science and Technology, Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong
Lecturer, Department of Engineering, Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Sha Tin)
Instructor, Department of Building Services Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Member, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Chartered Engineer, Engineering Council, UK
Member, The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, UK
Corporate Member, Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society, Hong Kong
Board of Administration Member, International Commission of Illumination, Hong Kong
BEAM Professional, Hong Kong Green Building Council


  • Building Services Engineering
  • Lighting Engineering
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Smart and Sustainable Built Environment
  • Engineering Education


  • Ng, R.T.H. and Wong, A.Y.Y. (2020), Perceived importance and levels of technical English communication skills among stakeholders in engineering fields. International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology 5(2), 43-50.
  • Chan, M.Y. and Ng, R.T.H. (2015), An experimental study of heat pipe heat exchanger for cooling and dehumidification in an indirect evaporative way. Building Services Engineering Research and Technology 36(5), 596-613.
  • Lai, J.H.K, Ng, R.T.H. and Chiu B.W.Y. (2016), “Research Study – Towards adoption of Building Information Modelling in Building Services Engineering in Hong Kong”, Collaborative Research among CIBSE-HKB, HKIE-BSD and PolyU.
  • Chung, T.M. and Ng, R.T.H. (2016), “Application of analytic hierarchy process in daylighting performance assessment”, Indoor and Built Environment, 25(1), 50-68.
  • Ng, R.T.H. and Chung, T.M. (2011), “On the calibration of high dynamic range photography for luminance measurements in indoor daylit scenes”, Architectural Science Review, 54, 39-49.