Dr Phillip Yam is a working mathematician and is currently the Co-director of Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Science Programme and an Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Phillip was a Visiting Professor of Columbia University, a research fellow of University of Bonn and University of Vienna. He received his BSc in Actuarial Science and MPhil in Mathematical Finance from The University of Hong Kong, his MASt in Pure Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, and his PhD in Mathematical Analysis from the University of Oxford. Phillip is both an enthusiastic researcher and a passionate educator with a strong favour in general science, engineering and information technology, and economics and finance. His lifelong mission is to inspire younger generations of the STEM researchers by articulating his unique mathematical insight to explain various physical and social phenomena.
任尚智博士 Croucher Scholars 裘槎科學家 CUHK 香港中文大學
Dr Grantham Pang is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The Hong Kong University. Grantham obtained his doctoral degree from the University of Cambridge. He has taught at the University of Waterloo, Canada, before teaching at The University of Hong Kong. He is very interested in artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms, and wonders how computers without programming can perform better than humans in some tasks. He wants to use mathematics and science to inspire the new generation of young people, and hopes that they are well-equipped with problem-solving skills and knowledge in face of challenges.
彭國雄博士 Croucher Scholars 裘槎科學家 HKU 香港大學
Dr Rosa Chan is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong. Rosa’s lab builds computational tools to better understand how the brain works. She hopes to share the exciting development in neural engineering research with the public. Technologies previously seen in science-fiction movies will soon become a reality and make a positive impact on our daily lives.
陳皓敏博士 Croucher Scholars 裘槎科學家 CityU 香港城市大學
- The Science Museum Group is based in the UK and includes the Science Museum in London, the Science and Media Museum in Bradford, the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, the Railway Museum in York, and Locomotion near Durham. With over 5 million visitors to their museums each year, including half a million in education groups, the Science Museum Group has a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Through iconic objects, interactive exhibits, and a hands-on approach to learning, educators from the Group inspire audiences to appreciate the creativity and wonder of science. Drawing on this experience, the Science Museum Group Academy offers inspirational, research-informed, training and resources for teachers, museum and STEM professionals, and shares techniques and approaches aimed at increasing engagement with science, technology, engineering and maths.
- 22 Feb 2019
- Join Nanogirl and her trusty lab assistant for science as you've never seen it before. Explosions, smoke cannons and fireballs – science and engineering will come to life in the coolest ways possible, right before your eyes. Nanogirl will explain the science behind each experiment in a way that’s fun and easy to understand.