World champion cyclist Wong Kam-po to attend RISports inauguration
In celebration of the commencement of the Research Institute for Sports Science and Technology (RISports), an inauguration ceremony will be held on 24 February on campus with Mr Wong Kam-po, the 2007 UCI track cycling world champion, as the special guest.
To strengthen interdisciplinary research and collaboration to foster new scientific and innovative engineering solutions and applications in sports, PolyU established RISports as a constituent research unit of the PolyU Academy for Interdisciplinary Research. Its research areas include sports biomechanics and human-product interaction; sports product design, materials and manufacturing; sports measurement, feedback and instrumentation; and sports training and rehabilitation.
Details of the ceremony are as follows:
24 February 2023 (Friday)
12.00nn – 1.00pm (Registration starts at 11.30am)
Chan Sui Kau and Chan Lam Moon Chun Square (Logo Square)
For reservations, please click here.
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