2010年10月28日星期四

CityU Materials Science Students visit HKSTP

I am glad that Dr. Dan Chiu (Department of Physics and Materials Science, City University of Hong Kong) and his students visited Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) on 28th October 2010. It aims to introduce the science and technology development in Hong Kong to science students.

Firstly, I introduced the HKSTP and the quality management system in Technology Support Centre (TSC) to students, including ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 27001 certification, as well as, HOKLAS (ISO 17025) accreditation. After that, students visited our different laboratories such as Probe and Test Development Centre (PTDC), Reliability Laboratory (RL), Wireless Communications Test Laboratory (WCTL), IC Failure Analysis Laboratory (ICFAL), Material Analysis Laboratory (MAL) and Biotechnology Support Laboratory (BSL)

After that they visited the Charles K. Kao Auditorium (Golden Egg) of HKSTP and took photo for memory.


We took photo inside Golden Egg. (It has around 280 seat.)

During visit of BSL, students are very interested in the door design for dark room (Avoiding light leakage) and disinfection process using autoclave.



Many students in pure or applied science were found without the training on Quality Management. Therefore, Hong Kong Society for Quality had arranged a certification course entitled “Quality Management for Laboratory” to CityU’s student every year.

Recently, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong moved into HKSTP. It aims to be a leading School in the Asia-Pacific region specializing in cutting-edge research in energy and environment and in the training of energy and environment professionals.

Reference:
Department of Physics and Materials Science, City University of Hong Kong: http://www.ap.cityu.edu.hk/index.aspx?id=20061207152852&lang=e
School of Energy and Environment: http://www6.cityu.edu.hk/see/
HKSQ Training Course - http://www.hksq.org/nevents.htm#seminars

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鹿米館 說...

Gold Egg is HKSTP landmark now!!

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