Date, time & venue
2019-01-30;18:30-20:00;Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room – 9/F
Organised by EVD and AMC
With the establishment of the Polar Research Institute of Hong Kong (PRIHK), local scientists and engineers are able to have a convenient platform conducting their research and development projects relevant to polar phenomena and global climate changes. The "Bauhinia Station", which is located in Longyearbyen of Norwegian Svalbard Isles, has been established since September 2018 and equipped with fundamental facilities for physical, biological and environmental research. Institutions and individuals who are interested to collaborate with the PRIHK are invited to submit their proposals freely so that innovation and scientific significance of polar regions can be further promoted in Hong Kong
Recent visit of the higher arctic regions by Prof. K C. Ho and his team revealed that research and development opportunities studies, material and energy sciences, geochemistry, coastal and glacial ecology, physical oceanography, climatology and applied earth science have been increasingly important. Moreover, after the disclosure of the White Paper in Arctic by the central government, there are new opportunities for exploring especially those relevant to town planning, housing, tourism, mining of natural resources, new and renewable energies, etc.
English powerpoint presentation supplemented with Chinese subtitle and Cantonese where necessary.
1. Prof. KC Ho, BBS JP
Founding Chairman and Director of Polar Research Institute of Hong Kong
2. Mr. Ho Siu Pok
Research Officer Polar Research Institute of Hong Kong
Registration & Enquiry:-
The seminar is free of charge with Maximum of participants of 80. For registration, please complete the online enrollment form in HKIE Environmental Division website (http://ev.hkie.org.hk).
Successful applicants will be notified before the event. For enquiries, please contact Ir Anthony Kwan at akwanhkie@gmail or Mr. ben Lam at email@example.com.