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Year 2011


  Java Talk: Java Surgery and OpenJDK Source Walk Through
     
  Date: November 17, 2011
  Venue: Room M108, Core M, PolyU Campus
  Organizer(s): Hong Kong Java User Group
  Co-organizer(s): Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):

This month we will run a Java surgery - bring your laptop and your tough Java issues and collectively we will look at the problem and see whether we can find a solution for it. If we have time left we can take a look at the OpenJDK source code and how to go about fixing problems that you have with the JDK.

For event agenda and online registration, please click here.

   
   
     

  Award Presentation Ceremony for Hong Kong U-21 RFID Awards 2011
     
  Date: November 11, 2011
  Venue: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
  Organizer(s): GS1 Hong Kong
  Co-organizer(s): -
  Remark(s):

Two research students have received the "Gold Award" of the "Best EPC/RFID Concept" for the Hong Kong RFID Awards U-21 RFID Awards 2011. At the same time, they also received the "Hong Kong-Taiwan EPC/RFID Academia Awards" of the "Best EPC/RFID Concept" for Hong Kong-Taiwan EPC/RFID Academia Awards 2011.

(1) RFID-based Carbon Leveling Information Platform (RF-CLIP)

Students: CHENG, Cheung Tong Thomas and YEUNG, Chui Ling Charlie
Project Supervisors: Dr WH Ip, Dr Benny Cheung and Dr Sandy To

A group of undergraduate students have received the "Silver Award" of the "Most Innovative EPC/RFID Application" for the Hong Kong RFID Awards U-21 RFID Awards 2011.

(2) RF-ICE: An RFID-based Intelligent Caring System for Improving Service Quality to Residents in Elderly Home

Students: Lam Hoo Kwong Nathan, Tseung Ka Ling Lydia and Wong Kin Lok Kev
Project Supervisors: Dr George Ho and Mr Jacky Ting

Moreover, several groups of undergraduate and postgraduate students have also received the "Certificate of Merits" for the Hong Kong RFID Awards U-21 RFID Awards 2011.

(3) RFID Application in Museum

Students:Chen Fana Qi, Chen Ying, Lee Tsz Yi, and Ye Yan Shuo (Postgraduate Students)
Project Supervisors:Dr George Ho and Mr Jacky Ting

(4) Development of a Finished Goods Control System with RFID Technology for a Magnetic Recording Head Manufacturer

Students: Lee Uen Yan, Lam Chun Kong, and Wong Ka Cheong (Undergraduate Students)
Project Supervisors:Dr Albert Tsang

(5) RFID-based Strengths Management System (RF-SMS) for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services

Student: To Ching Yan Echo (Undergraduate Student)
Project Supervisors:Dr George Ho and Mr Jacky Ting

For detail, please click here.

   
 
     

  Award Presentation Ceremony for Hong Kong RFID Awards 2011
     
  Date: November 11, 2011
  Venue: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
  Organizer(s): GS1 Hong Kong
  Co-organizer(s): -
  Remark(s):

Dr WH Ip and project team have received the "Certificate of Merits" of the "Most Innovative EPC/RFID Products" for the Hong Kong RFID Awards 2011 with Autotoll Limited.

Project Title: RFID Supply Chain Collaborative Platform (RSCCP)

For detail, please click here.

   
 
   
     

  The 11th GS1 Hong Kong SCM Excellence Summit 2011
     
  Date: November 11, 2011
  Venue: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
  Organizer(s): GS1 Hong Kong
  Co-organizer(s): -
  Remark(s):
To acquire the latest valuable, real-world experience on supply chain management and their applications.
   
 
     

  InnoCarnival 2011
     
  Date: November 5-13, 2011
  Venue: Hong Kong Science Park
  Organizer(s): Innovation and Technology Commission
  Exhibitor(s): Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):
The project team was invited to be an exhibitor in this event. We promote our RFID technology applications to the public and the industries.
   
 
     

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