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Technical Visit to Hong Kong Science Park
 


Date, time & venue

2019-03-09;9:30am - 12:30noon;Hong Kong Science Park , Shatin

It is jointly organised by the ASHRAE-HKC, the CIBSE-HKB and the HKIE-BSD.

 

Programme Highlight:

Hong Kong  Science Park is one of the leading and iconic site in Hong Kong.  Innovation and technology development has been their vision since their inception in 2002. Throughout the years, they have cultivated a fertile ground for their innovation and technology ecosystem to thrive.  HKSTP channel supportive initiatives and resources to five major technologies clusters – Biomedical Technology, Electronics, Green Technology, Information and Communications Technology and Material and Precision Engineering. The technology clusters contribute to devising innovative solutions for three platforms in focus – Smart City, Healthy Ageing and Robotics.

 

Before the site tour, visitors will be briefed on the facility operation in a holistic view. After the briefing, visitors will be guided to visit a variety of facilities in the HKSTP and understand how the dedicated facility management team can effectively operate the HKSTP.

 

Speaker

Dr. Clement WONG is the Head of Facility Management in Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation. He is responsible for facility management, utilization and energy management.

 

Registration & Enquiries

Please register ONLINE via the website of CIBSE HKB – www.cibse.org.hk.  The maximum number of participants is 30. The deadline of application is 28 February 2019 (Thursday) and application will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. Successful applicant list will be posted on CIBSE-HKB website no later than 26 February 2019 (Tuesday).

 

For enquiry, please contact Mr Vincent Ma at 9086-9223.

 





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