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Funded Research Projects

PolyU SPEED has successfully secured a funding of HKD7.5 million under the Institutional Development Scheme (IDS) of the Competitive Research Funding Schemes for the Local Self-Financing Degree Sector of Research Grants Council in 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 to establish the Centre for Ageing and Healthcare Management Research (CAHMR) [Ref. no.: UGC/IDS24/18], Research Centre for Advanced Design, Materials and Manufacturing Technologies (RCADMM) [Ref. no.: UGC/IDS(R)24/19] and Research Centre for Green Energy, Transport and Building (RCGETB) [Ref. no.: UGC/IDS(R)24/20] respectively.

 

Our academic colleagues have participated in various externally and internally funded research and development projects. A list of such funded projects conducted by our academic colleagues is provided here.

 

In addition, PolyU SPEED is the Principal Investigator, in collaboration with The University of New South Wales, Australia, “Emerging Research Directions on Adoption of Electric Vehicles for the Development of Smart Cities through Complementary Policy and Green Financing: GBA as the Cluster for Technological Innovation” under the Inter-Institutional Development (IIDS) Projects of the Competitive Research Funding Schemes for the Local Self-Financing Degree Sector (SF) (Ref. UGC/IIDS24/E01/20).  Besides, PolyU SPEED was the Principal Investigator in collaboration with Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) at The University of St Andrews for the Project titled “From Social and Environmental Accounting to Sustainability Accounting and Responsible Investment: Emerging Research Agendas" funded under the Scheme [Ref. UGC/IIDS24/B02/16]. 

 

PolyU SPEED was also a co-investigator with The Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) on two funded Inter-Institutional Development (IIDS) Projects of the Competitive Research Funding Schemes for the Local Self-Financing Degree Sector (SF) in 2015/16, namely (i) Learning Analytics and Higher Education Development: Towards a Research Agenda [Ref. no.: UGC/IIDS16/H01/15], and (ii) Mobile learning: Innovative Research Topics and Applications [Ref. no.: UGC/IIDS16/H02/15]. Moreover, as a co-investigator of a funded IIDS project of SF in 2017/18, PolyU SPEED, in collaboration with The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, organized several seminars and workshops for the IIDS project entitled “Recent Developments in Business Analytics and New Research Directions” [Ref. no.: UGC/IIDS14/P01/17].