2 teams of SEEM students achieved excellent results in the bi-annual Prof. Charles K. Kao Student Creativity Awards. The team led by Mr. Stanley Ying (SEEM/5), supervised by Professor Helen Meng, titled ‘Versatile Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) System with Rehabilitation for Language Disorder Patients’ was awarded Second Runner-up in the Undergraduate Group Category. Their solution makes use of mobile solution and evidence-based approaches to help language disorder patients to communicate and rehabilitate. Meanwhile, another team with team members: Mr. Aaron Tsang, Brian Lau, and Samson Sum, supervised by Professor Daniel Long, titled ‘Analysis of Operations in Local Healthcare Systems’ was awarded Merit in the Undergraduate Group Category. Their solution takes advantage of the Random Forest Method to give a more accurate wait time prediction for patients waiting in the emergency department.