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Seminar: A Preliminary Sharing of Strength & Opportunities of HK Professionals for Sustainable Development at Belt & Road/Greater Bay Area

Date, time & venue

2019-08-26;18:30-20:00;Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room – 9/F


Jointly organized with the CAD, EVD and AMC

Supported by InstMC HK, UniSA Alumni HK –Doctoral Society and the ACSD


Programme Highlights

During Belt and Road Summit on 28th June, 2018, it was mentioned that Hong Kong could be a powerful connection point for Belt and Road Initiative and the Greater Bay Area. As an international financial center, coupled with the strong tradition of rule of law and a fiercely independent judiciary, Hong Kong is capable to be a "one-stop" platform to raise funds and source necessary professional services for Belt and Road projects and the development of Greater Bay Area.  World-class multi-disciplinary HK professionals offer a wide spectrum of professional services across different sectors. Ir Prof Louis Lock, the speaker, would like to initiate a mutual dialogue subsequent to the preliminary sharing of his experience and views in strength & opportunities of HK Professionals for sustainable development at Belt & Road and Greater Bay Area.



The power point and presentation will be in English.



Ir Prof L Lock is currently the Chair of Control, Automation and Instrumentation Discipline Advisory Panel, former Council Member, Past Chair of Control, Automation and Instrumentation Division, Environmental Division and Safety Specialist Committee of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. He is an Honorary Advisor of Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) HK, Honorary Advisor and Past Chair of the Institute of Measurement & Control (InstMC) Hong Kong Section, Honorary Fellow of the InstMC (UK).


Ir Prof Lock is an Adjunct Professor of various departments of City University, Hong Kong and Visiting Professor of University of Science & Technology, Beijing and Guangdong University of Technology. He was an Honorary Professor of The Open University of Hong Kong and Visiting Professor of Hong Kong Polytechnic University.


Registration & Enquiries

The number of participants is limited to 80. All applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis. For registration, please register at CAI Division website at . Successful applicants will be notified prior to the seminar. For enquiry, please email to  . CPD certificate will be provided after the seminar.








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