01 Sep, 2021 (Wed)Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 amLocation:
SpeakerMr. Hamlet Yu,
Incubation Programmes, HKSTP
It is not an easy road, but definitely a rewarding one.
Among various disciplines of engineering, the most we heard from the companies about vacancies of hiring, regardless it is an enterprise or a startup, electronic engineers are always on the top list. The trend grows day by day. A few factors contribute to that. Firstly, it is inevitable that almost everything you use in your everyday life has some electronics inside. They are growing more powerful, more compact and smarter. Secondly, the vibrant international political situations make it even more important to nurture and retain local electronics engineering talents. Thirdly, Hong Kong will be an international innovation and technology hub, in which one of the focuses will be electronics.
In this talk, we have invited Mr. Hamlet Yu from HKSTP (the biggest and most comprehensive technology incubator in the region) to tell us more about the latest news on electronics industries in HK, the development of the eco-system, and what supports HKSTP is providing to both the industries and YOU – the students.
Even more, if you fancy an internship, part-time or full-time job, you may also furnish your 2 to 3-page CV listing relevant skill sets like C/C++/python/Tensorflow coding or FPGA programming, as well as some practical projects you have before, so Hamlet can do the matching for you!
Delivery Mode: Face-to-Face / Zoom**
Register in advance for this meeting:
**Face-to-Face is preferred.
But no matter you are coming face-to-face or attend via zoom, please register first so that we can confirm the information.
OrganizerDr. N. Wong
Most seminars are open to the general public, free of charge, unless otherwise stated. Registration is not required. Arrangement for car parking facilities on campus please contact us for details.
For enquiries, please contact:
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,
Room 601, Chow Yei Ching Building,
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3917 7093