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Research Sharing Talk by Short-listed Candidate of Hong Kong Young Scientist Awards


Dr Shi-Di Huang, a short-listed candidate of Hong Kong Young Scientist Awards, shared research and life experiences with students and staff members from the Faculty of Science

To enhance communication and reinforce relationship amongst research postgraduate (RPg) students across the Faculty, student representatives, one from each department, are selected to be in charge of a series of indoor and outdoor activities each year.

On 14 December 2016, a research sharing talk was successfully held on campus.The guest of honour, Dr Shi-Di Huang is a short-listed candidate of Hong Kong Young Scientist Awards in 2016. Dr Huang obtained his bachelor degree at Fudan University in 2009 and PhD degree at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014. He is now a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Physics, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

RPg representativeMiss Yi Wang, Ellen (Chemistry, MPhil, Year 2),was in charge of the event. Around forty RPg students and staff members participated in the talk. During the speech, Dr Huang introduced his latest findings on thermal turbulence and shared his insights on how to strive for excellence in scientific research. Students and staff members took precious opportunities to raise questions after the speech. Through the activity, students were aware of the importance of Hong Kong Young Scientist Awards, acquired knowledge on heat transport, and were acquainted with postgraduates and professors from different departments across the faculty.

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