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Exploring Building Environment and Energy Engineering PolyU Taster Programme 2023

26 Apr 2023

Exploring Building Environment and Energy Engineering PolyU Taster Programme 2023

The Department of Building Environment and Energy Engineering (BEEE) is delighted to announce the success of the PolyU Taster Programme 2023. Held on 14 April 2023 at the PolyU campus, the programme drew S4-S5 students who were keen to explore the field of building environment and energy engineering.

The programme began with a warm welcome by BEEE student helpers at the reception, followed by introductions to the BEEE department and our undergraduate programmes by Ir Dr Lai Hung Kit Joseph and Ir Dr Wong Ling Tim. Dr Cheung Hiu Dan Hilda delivered a presentation on software application, specifically on DIALUX Professional Lighting Design. A student sharing session was also presented by the awardee of the Outstanding Student Award 2022, Mr Ho Cheuk Him.

The highlight of the programme was the demonstration and laboratory tour, which included the SHKP project. Our academic staff and technical support staff guided participants, offering them a glimpse into the real-world applications of the theories and concepts they had learned.

We would like to express our sincerest appreciation to all participants for their enthusiastic engagement and support. We would also like to extend our gratitude to all staff and student helpers involved in making this programme a success.

For those who missed this year's programme, we encourage you to stay tuned for the upcoming PolyU Taster Programmes and take advantage of the opportunity to explore different departments and fields of study.

To view photos from the programme, please visit our photo gallery here.


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