What's Happening in IPO

17 Apr 2018

Bringing 3D Printing to Business

The technology of 3D printing is at the tipping point to become an integral part of modern industrial manufacturing processes, as well as end-user products. 2018 Winter International Technology & Management Business Plan Competition was held at Bayreuth of Germany from 3 to 12 January for 48 students from 4 universities from 4 continents to learn about the latest development of 3D printing.

29 Mar 2018

EVMT Alumni Homecoming Day

Environmental Management & Technology Program (EVMT) Alumni Homecoming Day was held on 3 March 2018 to bring EVMT graduates back together to cultivate, foster, maintain and support closer relationship between alumni, current students and faculty members

21 Mar 2018

IPO Industrial Fellowship - Career Insider Series: Climate Change, Sustainable Development, City and Buildings, Renewable Energy and Innovation

IPO Industrial Fellowship “Career Insider Series” is held regularly to provide insights and insider tips of different industries to IPO students. On 8 March 2018, we were delighted to have Dr Jimmy Tong, Associate of Building Sustainability at Arup, to share his professional knowledge and experience on the topic and help shape students’ mindset on analyzing and interpreting scientific data critically.

12 Mar 2018

“Artificial Intelligence for Executive Recruiting” – Corporate Project Sponsored by Barons & Company, HARMAN, a Samsung company and IBM Global Business Services

With the support of Barons & Company, HARMAN, a Samsung company and IBM Global Business Services, 2017 fall term’s Corporate Project merged artificial intelligence with executive recruitment to coach students to provide an AI solution in executive recruitment to gain competitive advantages for business growth. The project aims at providing students with hands-on experience in solving complex real business problems and polishing their advanced skills in strategic thinking and executive communication.

7 Mar 2018

EVMT Student was Crowned the Hong Kong District’s National Winner of the James Dyson Award 2017

Lilian TSANG, Year 4 student of Environmental Management & Technology Program, was crowned the Hong Kong District’s National Winner of the James Dyson Award 2017 with a product to monitors children’s real-time body temperatures.

14 Feb 2018

How to Improve Air Quality in the Region?

The 5th International Symposium on Regional Air Quality Management in Rapidly Developing Economic Regions Hong Kong Forum was held on 20 Nov 2017 at HKUST to discuss how to solve the air pollution problems in the region.