Industry and University Collaboration Forum 2017 – November 14, 2017

CSA HKM is supporting the organisatin of the Industry and University Collaboration Forum (IUCF) to be held on 14th November, 2017 at Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin.

The theme this year is “Connecting the Dots for Reindustrialisation: The Greater Bay Area Landscape”.  The event will focus on innovation and technologies that can facilitate the next generation of industrial revolution for this region. It will be aligned with the national priorities for ‘Industry 4.0’ and ‘Made in China 2025’ as well as other national programmes such as the ‘South China Greater Bay Area’ or international mega-plans like the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative.

Mr Nicholas W. Yang, GBS, JP, Secretary for Innovation and Technology and Ms Annie Choi, JP, Commissioner for Innovation and Technology will officiate the opening ceremony of IUCF 2017.  In addition, Professor Tsui Lap-chee, Founding President of the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong; Ms Wu Ling, Director of Ministry of Science and Technology Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Programme Office; and Professor Zexiang Li from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have agreed to deliver keynote speeches in the event.  Experts from the 3rd Generation of the Semiconductor Industry as well as eminent professionals from the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things for intelligent manufacturing have also confirmed to share their thoughts and insights in the Forum.

DATE:  November 14, 2017 (Tuesday)
TIME:  9:30 – 17:30
Venue:  Charles K Kao Auditorium, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin
Details and Registration: www.iucf-astri.hk/index

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