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BRE Luncheon Research Seminars

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BRE Luncheon Research Seminars

This seminar is held online via Zoom usually on Thursdays from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, unless other time arrangement is informed in advance.


Mission

The purpose of the seminar is to help create an air of professional seriousness through scholarly interaction in BRE. The seminar is held for not only enriching academic staff’s research experience by interacting with peers and exchanging ideas, but also providing great opportunities for research staff and students in particular to attain and handle opinions from different angles for more rigorous research and discussions. It is envisioned that all participants can learn by getting information from research and broaden research horizons in different fields.


The Format

The seminar runs by providing light lunch to participants in the first 10-15 minutes, followed by the speaker’s presentation for around 1 hour and a 15-minutes Q&A session. The contents of presentation can be general research ideas, research methodologies, research outcomes, conference or journal papers recently published or under preparation, to name a few. There is no fixed presentation format. The presentation format is flexible to allow speakers to use their own preferred format. A certificate will be issued to the speaker for acknowledgement. All in all, a causal seminar with vigorous and helpful discussions is expected.


Contact

Please contact Dr. Amos DARKO at amosdarko@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 7806 if you wish to give a presentation, suggest other speakers or have any queries regarding the seminar. Your contributions are highly appreciated.


Schedule

This seminar meets on Thursday from 12:15 - 1:45 PM in Sustainable City Laboratory (ZS701) if there is no other time arrangement informed in advance.

 

Mission

 

The purpose of the seminar is to help create an air of professional seriousness through scholarly interaction in BRE. The seminar is held not only for enriching staff’s research experience by interacting with peers and exchanging ideas, but also providing vivid opportunities for research staff and students in particular to handle opinions from different angles for more rigorous discussions. It is envision that all participants can learn to get information from research and broaden research horizons in different fields.

 

The Format

 

The seminar runs through providing light lunch for the first 10-15 minutes, followed by the speaker’s presentation of around 1 hour and a 15-minutes Q&A session. The contents of presentation can be general research ideas, interesting research outcomes, conference or journal papers recently published or under preparation. There won’t be a fixed format for presentation and is flexible depending on the speaker’s own arrangement. A certificate will also be issued to the speaker for acknowledgement. All in all, we expect a causal seminar with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Hung-Lin Chi at hung-lin.chi@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5871 if you wish to give a presentation or suggest other speakers. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This seminar meets on Thursday from 12:15 - 1:45 PM in Sustainable City Laboratory (ZS701) if there is no other time arrangement informed in advance.

 

Mission

 

The purpose of the seminar is to help create an air of professional seriousness through scholarly interaction in BRE. The seminar is held not only for enriching staff’s research experience by interacting with peers and exchanging ideas, but also providing vivid opportunities for research staff and students in particular to handle opinions from different angles for more rigorous discussions. It is envision that all participants can learn to get information from research and broaden research horizons in different fields.

 

The Format

 

The seminar runs through providing light lunch for the first 10-15 minutes, followed by the speaker’s presentation of around 1 hour and a 15-minutes Q&A session. The contents of presentation can be general research ideas, interesting research outcomes, conference or journal papers recently published or under preparation. There won’t be a fixed format for presentation and is flexible depending on the speaker’s own arrangement. A certificate will also be issued to the speaker for acknowledgement. All in all, we expect a causal seminar with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Hung-Lin Chi at hung-lin.chi@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5871 if you wish to give a presentation or suggest other speakers. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This seminar meets on Thursday from 12:15 - 1:45 PM in Sustainable City Laboratory (ZS701) if there is no other time arrangement informed in advance.

 

Mission

 

The purpose of the seminar is to help create an air of professional seriousness through scholarly interaction in BRE. The seminar is held not only for enriching staff’s research experience by interacting with peers and exchanging ideas, but also providing vivid opportunities for research staff and students in particular to handle opinions from different angles for more rigorous discussions. It is envision that all participants can learn to get information from research and broaden research horizons in different fields.

 

The Format

 

The seminar runs through providing light lunch for the first 10-15 minutes, followed by the speaker’s presentation of around 1 hour and a 15-minutes Q&A session. The contents of presentation can be general research ideas, interesting research outcomes, conference or journal papers recently published or under preparation. There won’t be a fixed format for presentation and is flexible depending on the speaker’s own arrangement. A certificate will also be issued to the speaker for acknowledgement. All in all, we expect a causal seminar with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Hung-Lin Chi at hung-lin.chi@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5871 if you wish to give a presentation or suggest other speakers. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Wednesday from 12:15 – 2:00 pm in Sustainable City Laboratory (ZS701)

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. CHI Hung Li at hung-lin.chi@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5871. if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Thursday from 12:15 – 2:00 pm in Sustainable City Laboratory (ZS701)

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Edmond Lam at bselam@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5877 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Thursday/Friday from 12:15 – 2:00 pm in ZS721

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Edmond Lam at bselam@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5877 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Thursday from 12:15 – 2:00 pm in ZS721

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Edmond Lam at bselam@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5877 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Tuesday or Thursday from 12:30 – 2:00 pm in TU318

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Dr. Jacky Chung at bschung@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5828 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

This workshop meets on Thursday from 12:30 – 2:00 pm in TU318

 

The Format

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently.  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Johnny Wong at bsjohnny@inet.polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5565 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

Schedule

This workshop meets every Thursday from 12:30 – 2:00 pm in TU318

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently..  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Lennon Choy at bslennon@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5823 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

Schedule

This workshop meets every Thursday at 12:30 – 2:00 pm in TU318

 

The Format

 

We will follow the renowned Chicago workshop system (Overtveldt 2007: 358-9) in this new series of meetings. In lieu of giving general research ideas, presenters are encouraged to discuss a paper they have produced or been working on currently..  It can be a paper being accepted for publication or under review.  It can also be a conference or working paper.  Paper for discussions will normally be distributed to the workshop participants before the meetings.   We also encourage the presenters to acknowledge the workshop and participants if it helps the publication review process.

Discussions at the workshops will be highly interactive.  There won’t be a fixed format for presentation.  Participants, however, may jump in anytime for questions and comments, as oppose to a Q&A session after the presentation.  Lunch will be provided while presenters are giving their papers.  All in all, we expect a causal workshop with vigorous and helpful discussions.

 

Contact

 

Please contact Lennon Choy at bslennon@polyu.edu.hk or (852) 2766 5823 if you wish to give a presentation, or sponsor food / snacks. We will acknowledge your contributions.

 

Schedule

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