ISE won the 1st runner-up in the Most Favourite PolyU Research News of 2015
Following the great achievement gained in International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, the RFID Solutions Laboratory gained another victory that came to the 1st runner-up in the Most Favourite PolyU Research News of 2015, which is organized by Communications and Public Affairs Office, PolyU. A celebration luncheon was held on 2 February 2016, which was hosted by Prof. Timothy Tong, the President, and joined by Prof. Alexander Wai, Vice President (Research Development). A certificate was also presented to the winning team for their great influence and enhancement of the well-being of the society.
In 2015, Dr. Andrew Ip, Dr. George Ho, Mr. Burly Tan and Mr. Gabriel Lee, the key inventors of the project entitled “IoT-based Advanced Automobile Parking Navigation Platform”, won the top prizes in the International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva. The achievement was then published widely in media by PolyU, and this research news was even shortlisted to compete in a Facebook campaign for the title of “Most Favourite PolyU Research News of 2015”. Among almost 500 comments and votes collected, the project team finally won the 1st runner-up, with a lot of supportive feedbacks showing the positive impacts of the project on the community, in the campaign.
The Most Favourite PolyU Research News of 2015 is a Facebook campaign that inviting the public to vote to the shortlisted research news via the PolyU’s social media platform. In 2015, PolyU has published more than 30 innovation and pragmatic research findings in media and 10 of the most representative research news are selected for the competition.
Please access the following URL for the campaign details: The Most Favourite PolyU Research News of 2015
Prof. Timothy Tong, the President (3rd from Left) and Prof. Alexander Wai, Vice President (Research Development) (1st from Right) presented a certificate to the winning team members, Dr. Andrew Ip (2nd from Left), Dr. George Ho (3rd from Right), Mr. Burly Tan (1st from Left) and Mr. Gabriel Lee (2nd from Right).