告知标题:Design of Luminescent Transition Metal Complexes and
TheirApplications as Phosphorescent Materials and Photocatalysts 报 告
Chi-Chiu Ko is Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at
City University of Hong Kong (CityU). He received his B.Sc. (一st Class
Hons) (1997) and Ph.D. (200三) from the University of Hong Kong. He was
awarded the Croucher Foundation Scholarship (3000-200三) for his PhD
study. He joined CityU as an Assistant Professor in September 200六. His
current research interests include the inorganic/organometallic
synthesis, time-resolved spectroscopy, design and synthesis of
photofunctional materials, such as luminescent materials,
photo-regulated active scavengers, chemosensors, photochromic materials,
photocatalysts and optoelectronic devices. He has published more than 70
peer-reviewed articles in international journals, including Journal of
American Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie, Account of Chemical
Research, Chemical Science. His research work has led to the award of
the Distinguished Lectureship Award from the Chemical Society of Japan,
10 keynote/invited lecture in international conferences and a number of
poster presentations.附属类小部件:无


告诉题目:Nanobiomaterials for Medical Applications 报 告 人:Min Wang
教授(香江大学)主 持 人:吴刚(Wu Gang)教师告诉时间:二〇一八年八月二十八日(星期一)10:00告诉地方:大学城校区B二-10一会议室应接广大师生加入!生物文学科学与工程大学去年5月一二八日内容摘要:In
recent years, nanoscience and nanotechnology have advanced rapidly and
are making an enormous impact in the biomedical 田野同志. Using existing as
well as emerging nanotechnologies, nanobiomaterials are being developed
mainly along two directions: (壹) nano-structured biomaterials, and (二)
biomaterials of nano-sizes or nano-feature(s). Nano-structured
biomaterials can provide desired properties which are not attainable
with conventional, micro-structured biomaterials. On the other hand,
biomaterials of nano-sizes or nano-feature(s) can affect/direct cellular
and tissue responses; and nano- or micro-sized biomaterials can be used
as drug, biomolecule or gene carriers for their targeted, controlled and
sustained delivery. Nanomedicine and tissue engineering are two
important areas for the application of nanobiomaterials. Nanomedicine
emerged a decade ago and involves the use of nanotechnologies to detect
and treat diseases or even to identify and stop potential sources of
diseases before they get started. For example, nanoparticles (polymer-,
metal- or ceramic-based) have attracted great attention for their
potential as diagnostic and/or therapeutic tools in oncology due to
their unique properties. A major direction in cancer nanotechnology is
the design and development of multifunctional nanodevices, the so-called
theranostics. With advances in nanodevice design, fabrication and
functionalization, many lives will be saved by using advanced
theranostics. Tissue engineering can provide long-term solutions in
human tissue repair and potentially offer treatments for medical
conditions that are currently untreatable. It has made rapid advances
over the past two decades and simple tissues such as skin or bone can
now be successfully regenerated in the body using appropriate tissue
engineering strategies. For scaffold-based tissue engineering,
nanofibrous scaffolds can be made using different technologies and
materials and have been shown to have particular advantages over
conventional scaffolds. This lecture will give an overview of our
research on nanobiomaterials and discuss a few factors in
nanobiomaterials design and development.报告人简单介绍:Min Wang is a
tenured professor at The University of Hong Kong (HKU) and as Programme
Director, has led HKUs interfaculty Medical Engineering Programme
(retitled as Biomedical Engineering Programme in 201八) from 20一三 to

【澳门金沙城】有关举办香江城市高校高志剑副教授学术报告会的通知,Wang教师学术报告会的通报。报告标题:Versatile Chromophores and Excited States – FromFundamentals
to Molecular Materials for Optoelectronic, Photonic and Memory
Functions报 告 人:Professor Vivian Wing-Wah YAM(东方之珠高校)邀 请
教师告诉时间:11月二四日(星期1)早晨叁:00-四:00报告地点:北区科技(science and technology)园一号楼发光国重报告厅(N30八A)质感科学与工程大学二零一八年二月2二十七日个人简单介绍:Professor
Vivian W.W. Yam is currently the Philip Wong 威尔逊 Wong Professor in
Chemistry and Energy and Chair Professor at The University of Hong Kong
(HKU). She obtained her BSc (First Class Hons) in 1九捌3 and PhD in 1987both from HKU. After two years on the faculty of the City Polytechnic of
Hong Kong (now City University of Hong Kong), she joined her alma mater
in 一九八七, rising through the academic rank of Senior Lecturer (19九5),
Reader (Professor) (19九柒), and was appointed Chair Professor in 1九九陆.
She was elected to Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in
200一 at the age of 3八 as the youngest member of the CAS, Foreign
Associate of the US National Academy of Sciences in 2013, Fellow of the
TWAS in 200陆, Foreign Member of Academia Europaea in 20一5, and Founding
Member of The Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong in 2015. She was the
Laureate of 201一 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Award and recipient
of 2006/06 罗伊al Society of Chemistry (CRUISERSC) Centenary Medal, 20一伍 陆风X八SC
Ludwig Mond Award, 201陆 Asian and Oceanian Photochemistry Association
(APA) Masuhara Lectureship Award, 200陆 Japanese Photochemistry
Association (JPA) Eikohsha Award, 二〇一五 Japan Society of Coordination
Chemistry (JSCC) International Award, 200伍 State Natural Science Award,
201四 Chinese Chemical Society-China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
(Sinopec) Chemistry Contribution Prize, 201一 Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation
Prize for Scientific and Technological Progress, Docteur Honoris Causa
(Université de Rennes 一, 20壹三), 二〇〇五-0八 Frontiers in Chemical Research
Distinguished Lectureship (TAMU), 20一3 Seaborg Lectureship (UC
Berkeley), 201陆 Lee Lectureship (U Chicago), 201陆 Lavoisier Lectureship
(U Paris Diderot), 20一七 KAIST Chemistry Distinguished Lectureship Award,
201八 Charles Force Hutchison Lectureship (U Rochester), 200七 Fulbright
Distinguished Scholar, 三千-0壹 Croucher Foundation Senior Research
Fellowship, 二〇〇〇 Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong, 200玖 Hong
Kong Outstanding Women Professionals and Entrepreneurs Award, 20①5Bronze Bauhinia Star (BBS), and Leader of the Year 二零一六, etc. She has
published over 480 journal articles in international SCI journals.
Professor Yam currently serves as the Associate 艾德itor of the ACS
journal, Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 艾德itor of the series Comprehensive
Inorganic Chemistry II, and Series 艾德itor of Topics in Current Chemistry
and 君越SC Energy and Environmental 塞里es. She currently serves on a
number of International 艾德itorial Advisory Boards of international SCI
journals and book series, such as Journal of the American Chemical
Society, Angewandte Chemie, Chemical Science, Chem, Accounts of Chemical
Research, Chemical Reviews, ACS Nano, Chemistry of Materials, ACS Omega,
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, ChemPhysChem, New Journal of Chemistry,
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, Inorganica Chimica Acta, and
International 艾德itorial Boards of international SCI journals such as
Coordination Chemistry Reviews, Philosophical Transactions of the 罗伊al
Society A, Nano Research, Comments on Inorganic Chemistry, Photochemical
and Photobiological Sciences, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology
A: Chemistry, etc. She also serves as President of the Asian and
Oceanian Photochemistry Association (APA). Her research interests
include inorganic and organometallic chemistry, supramolecular
chemistry, photophysics and photochemistry, and molecular functional
materials for sensing, optoelectronics and energy research.附属类小部件:无

  1. Synthetic biology approaches toward diverse protein-based materials
    (孙飞 助理教授)

  2. Spatiotemporal cancer evolution informs precision medicine in brain
    tumor (王吉光 助理教师)

  1. He has also been a Guest Professor or Adjunct Professor of several
    universities in mainland China (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Zhejiang
    University, Tianjin University, etc.). He was Chairman of the Biomedical
    Division of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) and has served in
    the HKIE Council. He earned his BSc (1985) and PhD (1991) in Shanghai
    Jiao Tong University, China, and University of London, UK, respectively.
    He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng, 1995, UK) and Chartered Scientist
    (CSci, 2005, UK). He is an elected fellow of professional societies in
    the UK, USA, Hong Kong and internationally (FIMMM, 2001; FIMechE, 2007;
    FHKIE, 2010; FBSE, 2011; FAIMBE, 2012; WAC Academician, 2013). He has
    worked in universities in the UK (1991-97), Singapore (1997-2002) and
    Hong Kong (2002-now) for research and teaching. He started biomaterials
    research in 1991 in UKs Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Biomedical
    Materials. His current interests include biomaterials, tissue
    engineering, controlled release, bionanotechnology, and 3D printing. He
    has published a large number of book chapters, journal articles and
    conference papers and has given many conference presentations, including
    more than 160 invited talks. He was Chairman/Organizer of many
    conferences and has served in committees of over 70 international
    conferences. He has been the book Series Editor of Springer Series in
    Biomaterials Science and Engineering and Editor or Associate Editor of
    several journals. He has served in the Editorial Board of 19
    international printed journals. He has been a Council Member of the
    Chinese Society for Biomaterials, Asian Biomaterials Federation, WACBE,
    and IFMBE. He is a member of the Steering Committee of International
    College of Fellows in IUSBSE.附件:无

报 告 人:孙飞助理教师,王吉光 助理教师

报告时间:20一柒年4月211日 早上九:30

报告地方:高校城校区生物科学与工程高校 B陆-20七报告厅




澳门金沙城 ,附属类小部件:报告者简历

Dr. Fei Sun (孙飞) is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department
of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, the Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology. He worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the
Department of Chemical Engineering, Caltech from 2012 to 2014. He
obtained Ph.D. degree at the University of Chicago in 2012 and B.S.
degree at Peking University in 2007 with the work recognized by several
awards including Chicago Biomedical Consortium Scholar Award and The
Everett E. Gilbert Memorial Prize in Organic Chemistry. His research
interest is synthetic biology approaches to new materials, genetically
encoded click chemistry, directed evolution, biomaterials, optogenetics,
and biosensing. To date, he has published 20 papers included PNAS, JACS,
JBC. His talk is Synthetic Biology Approaches toward Diverse
Protein-Based Materials.

Dr. Jiguang Wang (王吉光) is currently an Assistant Professor in the
Division of Life Science and the Department of Chemical and Biological
Engineering at HKUST. He obtained his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from
the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of
Sciences (CAS) in 2011. He was a visiting student at the Shanghai
Institute of Biological Science at CAS, and has served as a visiting
scholar in the Department of Computer Science at the University of
Missouri, an assistant professor in the Beijing Institute of Genomics at
CAS, a postdoctoral research scientist, an associate research scientist,
a Precision Medicine Fellow and a faculty member in the Department of
Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University. To date, he has published
more than 40 high-impact papers on machine learning, bioinformatics and
precision medicine, such as papers in Nature, Cell, Nature Genetics and
eLife. He was named a Precision Medicine Fellow at Columbia University
in 2015-2016 when he managed a research project on the evolution of
brain cancer. This project led to the publication of two Nature Genetics
papers. His current research interests are in the application of data
science in systems biology and precision cancer medicine. His talk is
Spatiotemporal cancer evolution informs precision medicine in brain