BRE Luncheon Research Seminar 2018-19

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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.


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.


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



Date Presenter Organization Topic
8 Jan 2018 (Mon) Prof. Eddie HUI,
Dr. Lawrence POON,
Dr. Ling-hin LI,
Mr. Kar-kin LING
BRE Public Policy Research Forum on Hong Kong’s Planning Control System...more
15 Jan 2018 (Mon) Prof. Vivian TAM Western Sydney University Sustainability in Construction...more
25 Jan 2018 (Thu) Mr. Amos DARKO
BRE Critical Barriers to Green Building Technologies Adoption in Developing Countries: The Case of Ghana...more
1 Feb 2018 (Thu) Mr. Steven MA
Mr. Billy TSUI
Esri Ltd. GIS and 3D Across the ArcGIS Platform for a Smart City
8 Feb 2018 (Thu) Prof. Erwin van der KRABBEN Radboud University An institutional economics approach to industrial land supply in the Netherlands
26 Jan – 1 Mar (Mon – Thu) (TBA) Dr. Jochen TEIZER RAPIDS Construction Safety and Technology Laboratory TBA