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Annual Seminar on Engineering Challenges for Low Carbon Future

Date, time & venue

2010-04-09;9:00am - 5:00pm;Theatre II, HKCEC

Supporting Organizations
- The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers - Control, Automation & Instrumentation Division, Safety Specialist Committee, Associate Members Committee, and Young Members Committee
- Guangxi Association for Science & Technology
- Dept of Electrical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Leeds Metropolitan University, UK


Programme Highlights

Given the pressing need to combat climate change, a wide range of measures are being employed by most developed and developing economies to reduce carbon intensity. These measures include energy efficiency and conservation, adaptation, mitigation, exploration/adoption of alternative, renewable and zero emission energy, etc. This Seminar provides a platform for practising engineers and technologists, academics, industry managers and related professionals to exchange their views on technical knowhow and share their experiences and challenges encountered.



For details please click the icon at right hand corner and download the leaflet and registration form of the seminar.



Early-bird registration (before 9 Mar 10): HKIE-member: HK$500; Non-HKIE-member: HK$650;

Full registration: HKIE-member: HK$600; Non-HKIE-member: HK$800;

HKIE-graduate-member: HK$300.

Proceedings and coffee breaks are included.  


Registration & Enquiries

For registration, please complete the attached registration form and return it together with appropriate payment to the Seminar Secretariat:

c/o Centre for Research & Professional Development
Room 1103 Kowloon Investment Co Ltd Building, 2-12 Bute Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong

For enquiries, please contact us at 2796 1638 or




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