Newsletter Issue 02
Newsletter Issue 01
Virtual Research Symposium (29 March 2022)
Research Webinar (26 March 2022)
Meeting the Hydrogen Economy Era: Development of Hydrogen Production Method from Hydrogen Storage Materials
Opening Ceremony (1 March 2022)
The opening ceremony can be viewed here.
Logo Design Competition
The CIFU research team initiated a Logo Design Competition to allow all THEi students to demonstrate their creativity. The Competition was open to all THEi students between April and June 2021. All entries were collected and the competition met its deadline on 30 June 2021. The entries received were of the highest quality, with students echoing themes of sustainability, innovation and creativity. The entries were judged by the entire research team including THEi’s President, THEi’s Research Manager and members from all faculties on aesthetic, relevance, creativity and originality.
Congratulations to the following winners:
Mak Chun Ning
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Multimedia Technology and Innovation
Tsui On Kay Michelle
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Health Care
Liu Xingyu Caroline
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Advertising
Ng Sze Wai
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Surveying
- Ball-milling Machine
A training workshop for the ball-milling machine was held on 27 August 2021 at Rm 1003, Tsing Yi campus.
- Gel Permeation Chromatography Machine (GPC)
Two training workshops for the Gel Permeation Chromatography Machine (GPC) were held on 26 August and 27 August 2021 at Rm 1003, Tsing Yi campus.
- Accelerated Solvent Extractor (ASE) System
A training workshop for the Accelerated Solvent Extractor (ASE) System was held on 27 August 2021 at Rm 1003, Tsing Yi campus.
- 3D Printing Machine
A training workshop for the 3D Printing Machine was held on 25 August 2021 at S311b, Chai Wan Campus.
- Fermentation System
A training workshop for the Fermentation System was held on 25 August 2021 at N1035, Chai Wan Campus.
- Visit to the “Central Kitchen” of social enterprise “CookEasy” (17 June 2021)
The CIFU team visited the “Central Kitchen” of “CookEasy” to explore potential research collaboration in both edible and non-edible perspectives. The team had an opportunity to taste the soft meals.
“Central Kitchen” of “CookEasy” at Kwai Chung
Soft meals for individuals with swallowing difficulty
The CIFU team and staff of “CookEasy”