FPT’22 is held as a hybrid conference. The physical venue is Room 1038, IAS building, HKUST. For more details, please check Program Page.


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Covid-19 pandemic

We value the health and safety of all authors, attendees, and organizers. For in-person traveling, please refer to the latest policies of the Hong Kong government:

Inbound Travel Policy : quarantine, testing arrangements, etc.

  • Formal quarantine for international travelers is canceled, while only 3 days’ self-monitoring is needed now. See 0+3 Policy ( for more details.
    • Note that during 3 days’ self-monitoring, you are not allowed to enter high-risk premises such as eating in public restaurants. However, you can conduct daily essential activities of lower risks, such as taking public transport, going to work, entering supermarkets and markets, and participating in academic conferences.
    • Let’s say if you arrive HK on Day 0, you need to (1) do a PCR nucleic acid test on Day 2, (2) login to the Medical Surveillance System to record RAT results and health status on Day 3, after which you enter public restaurants without any limitation.
    • As there is no PCR test center on campus, you can find all the test centers in this file for your convenience. The nearby center around the campus is at Hang Hau Community Hall.
  • For queries, please contact the general chair Wei Zhang.

Summary Page : news, tips, epidemic situation, etc.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, is a city and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China. With over 7.5 million residents of various nationalities in a 1,104-square-kilometre territory, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world. Hong Kong is also one of the most developed cities in the world, it has one of the world’s most thriving economies and is a hub for international trade and investment.

Visa Policy

Visitors from most countries can enter Hong Kong without a visa for 7 to 180 days, depending on nationality. However, we strongly recommend you to check with the Hong Kong Immigration Department for details about visa requirements.

If you do need a Visa supporting letter, please contact the general chair Wei Zhang after registering. In your email, please list your contact information. If you are an author, please specify your paper title as well. Please also tell us in the email if any special format requirement of Visa support letter is required.

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Established in 1991, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is a world-class international research university dedicated to cutting-edge education and research. The University was founded with a mission to advance learning and knowledge through teaching and research, particularly in science, technology, engineering, management and business studies complemented by humanities and social sciences, and to assist Hong Kong’s socio-economic development. In just over 25 years, this young and high-achieving University has risen with miraculous speed to take its place among elite institutions, climbing to the peaks of international esteem and receiving numerous honours and accolades.

Getting to HKUST from airport

  • Red taxi (Hong Kong International Airport → HKUST)
    Estimated travel time: 45 minutes
    Estimated cost: HK$360
  • Airport Express (Hong Kong International Airport → Kowloon Station) + Red Taxi (Kowloon Station → HKUST)
    Estimated travel time: 25 minutes + 30 minutes
    Estimated cost: HK$105 + HK$220
  • Bus Number A29 (Hong Kong International Airport → Po Lam) + Taxi (Red or Green) or Bus 91M (Po Lam → HKUST)
    Estimated travel time: 100 minutes + 15 minutes
    Estimated cost: HK$42 + HK$65 or HK$6.1


You can choose to live on-campus or off-campus.


“Located atop the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) main campus at Clear Water Bay near its South Gate, Conference Lodge is the most upscale accommodation option on campus.”

After gathering attendees’ registration information, we will count the needed rooms and then make a unified reservation for the hotel. We list the room type and price (in HK dollars) here for your reference:

Room Categories Room Rate
Single Room Single Occupancy include breakfast for 1 875 HKD
Double Room with Hillview Single Occupancy include breakfast for 1 875 HKD
Double Occupancy include breakfast for 2 975 HKD
Double Room with Seaview Single Occupancy include breakfast for 1 1,075 HKD
Double Occupancy include breakfast for 2 1,175 HKD
Studio with Hillview (Accessible Room) Single Occupancy include breakfast for 1 1,300 HKD
Double Occupancy include breakfast for 2
Studio Seaview Single Occupancy include breakfast for 1 1,500 HKD
Double Occupancy include breakfast for 2


Atop Tseung Kwan O MTR Station, there are two enjoyable hotels for your kindly reference.

Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East & Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon East