HKUST-Kaisa Joint Research Institute (HKJRI) cordially invites HKUST faculty to express interest to below pre-defined research topics released by Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. (Kaisa).
Automotive materials: alloys, carbon fiber, fiberglass, engineering plastics, other new composite materials, etc.
Sensor materials: laser materials such as laser crystal, laser glass, optical fiber, ceramics, etc.
New energy materials: functional materials such as battery materials, hydrogen storage materials, anti-pressure corrosion cracking materials, piezoelectric materials, magnetostrictive materials, conductive polymeric materials, etc.
Green building materials: new wall materials, new waterproof sealing materials, new thermal insulation materials and new decoration materials
Remarks: English versions of the topics are for reference only. In case of discrepancies, the Chinese version shall prevail.
Details of research topics (released by Kaisa)
Available upon expression of interest
Up to HK$3.5 million per project
- Faculty express their interest by contacting HKJRI via firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of the projects will then be released to those who show interest.
- HKJRI will facilitate communication between HKUST faculty and Kaisa on the project’s research direction and technical specifications.
- Faculty can then submit a full proposal for panel selection and review after confirming contents with Kaisa.
Due Date of Expression of Interest
22 Aug 2020 or until the project is granted
Annie Kong (Email: email@example.com, Tel: +852 2358 8368)
Sandy Lam (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +852 2358 6931)
About HKUST-Kaisa Joint Research Institute (HKJRI)
The HKUST-Kaisa Joint Research Institute (HKJRI) was established in November 2019 to develop technology and knowledge to be commercialized for practical applications and products via platforms of Kaisa Holdings Limited (Kaisa).
HKJRI focuses on the technological areas of New Materials, IOT (Artificial Intelligence), Big Data, Fintech, and Healthcare Technology. HKJRI will work closely with Kaisa to facilitate the technology transfer process, including the formation of spin-off start-up companies, with strong supports from both TTC/OKT and Kaisa’s incubation hubs mainly in Shenzhen, China.
For more information about HKJRI, please email email@example.com.