HLMA Research Club: Equip Yourself for a Future in Science and Research
Hang Lung Mathematics Awards (HLMA) Research Club is organizing an online sharing for secondary school students on Saturday, December 3, 2022, 9am-10am (Hong Kong Time).
Is achieving good grades and high exam scores enough to tackle future opportunities and challenges? Are there other ways for young mathematics and science enthusiasts to explore beyond the school curriculum? We are excited to invite two HLMA past winners, Dr. Kero Lau and Ms. Ewina Pun, to share their journey and advice in pursuing a career in science and research. Professor Shing Yu Leung of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) will moderate the dialogue. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange ideas with Kero and Ewina during the Q&A session.
This event is free of charge. The audience capacity of the Zoom meeting is limited, early registration is strongly recommended. The registration deadline is November 18, 2022. For more information and registration, please visit:
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|About the speakers:
|Dr. Kero Lau (2004 HLMA Bronze Award winner)
After graduating from the Department of Physics at CUHK, Kero obtained his PhD in Physics at the University of Toronto. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Simon Fraser University, focusing on theoretical quantum optics and quantum information research. Kero is a graduate of Sha Tin Government Secondary School.
|Ms. Ewina Pun (2012 HLMA Bronze Award winner)
Ewina graduated from the University of Southern California with a major in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering. She is pursuing her doctoral degree at Brown University, focusing on brain-machine interface for people with paralysis. Ewina is an alum of St. Mary's Canossian College.
|Professor Shing Yu Leung (Chair, HLMA Executive Committee)
Professor Leung is the Associate Dean of Science at HKUST. He graduated from HKUST with BSc and MPhil degrees and completed his PhD in Mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles.