Dr Tang Yu Ming
Resident Fellow, Cheng Yu Tung College, University of Macau
Senior Instructor, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Macau
Dr. Tang Yu Ming obtained his Ph.d in Physics from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His subspecialty interests’ areas include gas-sensing technology, switchable mirror, vacuum technology, materials characterization, Nano-technology…etc. After graduation, he became a Resident Fellow in the Cheng Yu Tung College (CYTC) in the University of Macau. He guided the teams in CYTC to participate in different kind of innovation and entrepreneurship competitions. The teams started several companies including the unique craft beer brewery in Macau – 2048 Funny eye brewery, 3D Kung Fu modeling company – Fit Me, STEM education – 4Cs Education (Macau) Limited, cat litter company converting Brewer Spent Grain BSG into cat litter - BioPeTech (Macau) Limtiada. From Aug 2019 to present, the teams won 18 awards of innovation and entrepreneurship competitions including the Silver Award of 2019 Macau Youth Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition, the championship of 2020 Bank of China Trophy One Million Dollar Macao Regional Entrepreneurship Competition …etc.
The total funding and financial support awarded to the teams was HKD 1,290,000, MOP 565,000 and RMB 200,000. Together with those entrepreneur projects, Dr. Tang started conducting researches more on the area of business related topics. For instance, cooperating with Faculty of Health Science of the University of Macau to study the anticancer effects of tea catechins alone or in combination with tyrosine kinase inhibitors in various in vitro and in vivo non-small cell lung cancer models. Cooperating with Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Macau to improve the stability and quality of the homebrew Kombucha, hence developing the mass production factory. Recently Dr. Tang cooperates with the Computing Science team in Shantou University to develop a face recognition system for cats which aim to monitor the numbers of abundant cats systematically.