新聞稿
Jun-icon
2020年06月29日
香港工程師學會 「攝•望•工程」攝影比賽及「工程創未來」填色比賽 頒獎典禮及展覽 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Prize Presentation Ceremony and Exhibition of “The Engineer’s Vision” Photo Competition and “Engineering Our Future” Colouring Competition

(香港,2020年6月29日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 多年來舉辦不同類型活動,推廣工程專業。學會於6月27日 (星期六) 舉辦2019/2020年度活動──「攝•望•工程」攝影比賽及「工程創未來」填色比賽的頒獎典禮及展覽。透過這兩項活動,學會希望加深大眾對工程專業的認識及了解工程師的工作。

 

頒獎典禮由發展局副局長廖振新工程師;香港工程師學會會長源栢樑博士、工程師;學會上任會長兼2019/2020年度活動籌備委員會顧問余錫萬工程師、學會副會長兼2019/2020年度活動籌備委員會主席卜國明工程師主持。

 

「攝•望•工程」攝影比賽分為會員組及公開組,讓不同界别參加者通過攝影機的鏡頭,呈現各項工程及工程人員對工程的熱誠及投入。頒獎典禮上,發展局副局長廖振新工程師及學會會長源栢樑博士、工程師及分別向「公開組」及「會員組」的得獎者頒發獎項。源會長致辭時表示:「學會十分重視提升公眾對『工程專業』和『工程師的日常』的認識,而一眾參賽者透過藝術、美觀的角度呈現工程,相信無論是大眾或是工程師去欣賞這些作品時,都別有一番體會。」

 

「工程創未來」填色比賽分為初小組及高小組,鼓勵小朋友運用無限想像力,創作及繪畫出他們心目中的未來城市,讓小朋友了解工程與城市息息相關。學會上任會長余錫萬工程師和副會長卜國明工程師向得獎學生頒發獎項,並在致辭時表示期望小朋友對工程師這門專業多加認識,從而產生興趣,將來成為工程師,把今日的想像建設成未來的世界。

 

除了頒獎典禮,學會同場舉辦得獎作品巡迴展覽的第一站。各出席嘉賓、同學、家長都能欣賞到工程師、小朋友和大眾眼中的工程世界,並度過了一個愉快的週末。學會未來將舉辦更多不同類型活動,進一步推廣工程專業,促進業界持續發展。

 

「攝•望•工程」攝影比賽及「工程創未來」填色比賽得獎作品巡迴展覽將開放予公眾免費參觀,詳情如下:

 

2020年7月3日至7月8日──香港科學館1/F大堂
2020年8月──港鐵灣仔站社區畫廊
2020年9月17至9月19日──香港文化中心大堂展覽場地
2020年10月12至10月18日──時代廣場有蓋廣場

 

 Self Photos / Files - group-1

發展局副局長廖振新工程師 (右二);香港工程師學會會長源栢樑博士、工程師 (左二)、上任會長兼活動籌備委員會顧問余錫萬工程師 (右一)、副會長兼活動籌備委員會主席卜國明工程師 (左一) 攜手主持頒獎典禮。

 

Self Photos / Files - group-2 

發展局副局長廖振新工程師在香港工程師學會會長源栢樑博士、工程師陪同下,參觀「攝•望•工程」攝影比賽及「工程創未來」填色比賽得獎作品展覽。


如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 


 

(Hong Kong, 29 June 2020) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) has been organising a variety of public events to promote the engineering profession. On Saturday, 27 June 2020, the HKIE organised the Prize Presentation Ceremony and Exhibition of “The Engineer’s Vision” Photo Competition and “Engineering Our Future” Colouring Competition held under the HKIE Publicity Events for Session 2019/2020. The competitions aimed to enhance public understanding of the work of engineers and its nature, and highlight the importance of the engineering profession.

 

The Prize Presentation Ceremony was officiated by Ir LIU Chun-san, Under Secretary for Development, HKSAR Government; Ir Dr P L YUEN, HKIE President; Ir Ringo YU Shek-man; HKIE Immediate Past President cum Advisor of the Organising Committee for the HKIE Publicity Events for Session 2019/2020 (Organising Committee); and Ir Aaron BOK Kwok-ming, HKIE Vice President cum Chairman of the Organising Committee.

 

“The Engineer’s Vision” Photo Competition was divided into Member Category and Public Category. The competition aimed to showcase the presence of engineering works in people’s daily lives and engineering achievements through the lenses of the participants. Ir LIU Chun-san and Ir Dr P L YUEN presented the prizes to winners of the Public Category and Member Category respectively. In his speech, Ir Dr YUEN remarked, “The Institution is always striving to enhance public understanding of the engineering profession and the daily work of engineers. The participants have presented engineering in an artistic and aesthetical way, through which I believe both the public and engineers would have an engaging experience of appreciating engineering in a new way.”

 

The “Engineering Our Future” Colouring Competition was divided into the Junior Category and the Senior Category. The competition aimed to encourage primary school students to innovate and draw a city of their imagination and interpretation, to foster the awareness of engineering and understanding of smart city among the younger generation. Ir Ringo YU Shek-man and Ir Aaron BOK Kwok-ming presented the prizes to the winners, and encouraged them to develop a better understanding of the engineering profession and interest in the field, and suggested that these students might one day become engineers and turn their imaginative ideas of today into reality tomorrow.

 

The first presentation of the roving exhibition of the winning entries was also held at the HKIE. All guests and participants enjoyed a wonderful weekend. The Institution will continue organising events to promote the engineering profession to sustain the growth of the engineering industry.

 

The roving exhibition of the winning entries of “The Engineer’s Vision” Photo Competition and “Engineering Our Future” Colouring Competition is open to public for free at the following dates and locations:

 

3 – 8 July 2020: 1/F Main Lobby, Hong Kong Science Museum
1 – 31 August 2020: MTR Community Art Gallery, Wan Chai Station
17 – 19 September 2020: Foyer Exhibition Area, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
12 – 18 October 2020: Covered Piazza, Time’s Square Hong Kong

 

Self Photos / Files - group-1 

Ir LIU Chun-san, Under Secretary for Development (right 2nd); Ir Dr P L YUEN , HKIE President (left 2nd);Ir Ringo YU Shek-man, HKIE Immediate Past President cum Advisor of the Organising Committee for the HKIE Publicity Events for Session 2019/2020 (Organising Committee) (right 1st); Ir Aaron BOK Kwok-ming, HKIE Vice President cum Chairman of the Organising Committee (left 1st) officiated the Prize Presentation Ceremony.


Self Photos / Files - group-2 

Ir LIU Chun-san, Under Secretary for Development, accompanied by Ir Dr P L YUEN, HKIE President toured the exhibition of the winning entries of “The Engineer’s Vision” Photo Competition and “Engineering Our Future” Colouring Competition.


For media enquiries, please contact:

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Corporate Communications Section

 

Tel: 2895 4446
Fax: 2882 6825
Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

更多
Jun-icon
2020年06月24日
香港工程師學會新任會長源栢樑博士、工程師 相信‧可‧看見 創新‧成‧蛻變 Newly Installed HKIE President Ir Dr P L YUEN “Believing is Seeing–Innovation for Transformation”

(香港,2020年6月24日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 欣然公布源栢樑博士、工程師於2020年6月23日舉行的第45屆會員周年大會上榮任第46屆會長。余錫萬工程師則任期屆滿,成為上任會長。

 

新任會長源博士、工程師致力於任期內與會員携手合作,促進學會及工程專業的發展,為社會開創未來。

 

源會長表示「相信‧可‧看見 創新‧成‧蛻變」為學會本年度的主題。他認為,協助會員實踐創新意念,對他們的事業發展,以及推動工程專業持續進步都十分重要。在源會長的領導下,學會正計劃設立一個工程創研平台─「The Enginpreneurs Hub」,在追求創新路上爲會員提供全方位支持。源會長於周年大會上提到:「我們的願景是結集會員於不同專業界别的經驗,繪出實踐創新項目的路線圖,協助他們達成目標。」

 

源會長擁有豐富的專業知識及管理經驗,對服務學會及業界充滿熱誠,必能在任內帶領學會推動工程創新,協助工程專業持續發展。

 

在周年大會當天,鍾國輝工程師及卜國明工程師亦獲選連任為副會長;而李志康博士、工程師則獲大會選為新任副會長。本年度獲大會推選之5位理事分別為陳浩廷工程師;梁國堯工程師;廖聖鵬工程師;麥嘉為工程師及巫翔鷹工程師。有關2020/2021年度理事會之名單,請參閱附錄。

 

如欲查詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。
電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵︰corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

附件:
1. 源栢樑博士、工程師簡歷
2. 2020/2021年度理事會名單

 

Self Photos / Files - 2020-06-24_181313
香港工程師學會新任會長源栢樑博士、工程師 (左) 與上任會長余錫萬工程師 (右)

 


 

(Hong Kong, 24 June 2020) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (The HKIE) is pleased to announce the installation of Ir Dr P L Yuen as the 46th President for Session 2020/2021 at The HKIE 45th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 23 June 2020. Following the completion of his term of office, Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man becomes the Immediate Past President.

 

President Ir Dr Yuen is dedicated to joining hands with members to facilitate the development of the Institution and the engineering profession, and building a bright future for the community.

 

In his speech, Ir Dr Yuen stated that “Believing is Seeing–Innovation for transformation” will be the theme of the Institution for the year ahead. He believes that facilitating members to realise their innovative ideas is essential to the development of their careers and the advancement of the engineering profession as a whole. Under Ir Dr Yuen’s leadership, the Institution will establish a new innovative based platform, “The Enginpreneurs Hub”, to provide all-round support to members in their pursuit of innovation. Ir Dr Yuen explained that “Our vision is to draw from the experiences of our members from various disciplines to create a road map that will clearly show where members can go for realising their ambitions”.

 

With his extensive professional knowledge and management experience, and passion for serving the Institution and the profession, Ir Dr Yuen is well positioned to represent and lead the HKIE in stimulating innovation and enhancing the continuous development of the engineering profession.

 

At the AGM, it was also announced that Ir Edwin K F Chung and Ir Aaron K M Bok were successfully re-elected as Vice Presidents. Ir Dr LEE Chi-hong was elected Vice President for this Session on the day of AGM. The five new Elected Ordinary Members of the Council are Ir Chen Hao-ting, Ir Leung Kwok-yiu, Ir Liu Sing-pang, Ir MAK Ka-wai and Ir Mo Cheung-ying. Please refer to the attached list of all Council Members of the HKIE for Session 2020/2021.

 

For enquiries, please contact:
The Corporate Communications Section of the HKIE
Tel : 2895 4446
Fax : 2882 6825
Email : corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 

Attachment:
1. Biography of Ir Dr P L YUEN
2. Full list of Council Members of the HKIE for Session 2020/2021

 

Self Photos / Files - 2020-06-24_181313
The newly installed President of the HKIE, Ir Dr P L Yuen (left) and the Immediate Past President, Ir Ringo Yu Shek-man (right)

更多
Jun-icon
2020年06月23日
香港工程師學會 表揚工程界傑出創新思維 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Commends Outstanding Engineering Innovations

(香港,2020年6月23日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 欣然公布「香港工程師學會創意獎」的獲獎名單。此獎項旨在鼓勵會員發揮創新思維,並且對工程界及社會有貢獻的理念及應用予以肯定。

 

「香港工程師學會創意獎」前身為「香港工程師學會青年會員創意獎」,今年學會將其規模擴大,設立兩組別 —「香港工程師學會創意獎」及「香港工程師學會創意獎 (青年會員組)」,前者供所有會員參加,後者則讓年齡三十五歲或以下的會員參與。這兩個組別下再設有組別I —發明,以及組別 II—創新應用。

 

香港工程師學會創意獎2020
組別I —發明
得獎者:郭家耀工程師及何偉明博士、工程師

 

帶結構保險絲的組合伸臂桁架系統

 

高層建築結構中,常見的伸臂桁架系統大部分均利用鋼或混凝土為主要設計建材。混凝土質地堅硬,方便施工,但會脆裂;鋼材則具延性,但成本較高。

 

由參賽團隊研發的組合伸臂桁架系統揉合傳統鋼和混凝土伸臂桁架的優點,具有高韌性和剛度。設計亦包含「結構保險絲」的組件,能抵銷劇烈震動,保障樓宇結構安全。系統已成功應用於兩座高達350米的重慶來福士廣場高塔,總用鋼量減少了10%,同時縮短了四個月的施工期。

 

這個系統由郭家耀工程師及何偉明博士、工程師開發。郭工程師是奧雅納全球董事局成員,自2017年起任東亞區主席;何博士、工程師是奧雅納院士和創新部董事。

 

香港工程師學會創意獎2020
組別II —創新應用
得獎者:陳永賢工程師、伍仲偉工程師、羅迪高工程師及陳可瑜工程師

 

「屯門至赤鱲角連接路-北面連接路海底隧道段」工程項目
於具挑戰性的地質上進行大型挖掘15環連環連續牆

 

此工程項目成功於具挑戰性的地質上,建造了全球首個以15個環狀組成、長達500米,深達43米的圍堰,稱為「連環連續牆」。其在環與環之間的Y形牆板的設計,不但能減少使用鋼筋,更能有效抵擋泥層的側向壓力及提供寬廣的施工空間。無論於施工方法、工程進度、建造成本和環境保護方面,均較傳統的直立式連環連續牆優勝。

 

這個項目由四位工程師參與開發,包括任職路政署主要工程管理處(專責事務)的高級工程師(4/專責事務),陳永賢工程師;艾奕康有限公司,香港區土地供應/市政的重大項目交付副總裁,伍仲偉工程師;寶嘉—布依格聯營的助理項目經理,羅迪高工程師;及阿特金斯顧問有限公司副董事,陳可瑜工程師。

 

香港工程師學會創意獎(青年會員組) 2020
組別I —發明
得獎者:劉明慧小姐、梁思正工程師及黃卓峯先生

 

鐵路零件維修雲端及實時監控設備

 

香港的鐵路建設享譽全球,鐵路營運與維修樞紐遍布世界各地。保持鐵路營運與維修技術的領先地位,對維持競爭優勢和行車安全至為重要。

 

藉着硬件和軟件技術,參賽團隊開發了兩個項目:(一)建設一套能連接地鐵與收集地鐵電子組件數據以進行狀態監視的裝備;(二)建立大型雲端平台實時分析這些數據,同時讓用戶在流動裝置取得資料,包括數字化的維護檢查表和工作。雲端平台的後端能使工作計劃自動化,並從三方面協助工程師:區分操作項目的優先代序;對任務進行最好的分組安排;令各級技工,主管和經理能實時、仔細地作出決策。

 

這項目是香港的原創設計及發明。系統已運作一年多,有效地提升了員工的工作效率,並減少大量繁瑣的文書工作。

 

此設計由港鐵鐵道車輛維修部的劉明慧小姐和梁思正工程師,及協同技術及資產工程部的黃卓峯先生合作開發及完成。

 

學會亦將會同時頒發優異獎予以下組別的參賽者:

 

香港工程師學會創意獎 —組別I (優異獎)
得獎者:龐永達博士、工程師
基於磁場感應和計算智能的高壓多相多芯配電電纜的非侵入式監測

 

香港工程師學會創意獎 —組別I (優異獎)
得獎者:鄧栢齡工程師、黎公正工程師、陳漢忠工程師及唐燿南工程師
創新斗室融合創新「組裝合成」建築設計

 

香港工程師學會創意獎 —組別II (優異獎)
得獎者:陳永毅工程師、關志輝工程師、潘偉光先生及謝迅猷工程師
港珠澳大橋香港連接路

 

香港工程師學會創意獎 —組別 II (優異獎)
得獎者:張鍵權工程師、陳耀漢工程師、李宗良博士、工程師及馮永昌工程師
廚餘與污泥共消化

 

香港工程師學會創意獎(青年會員組) —組別I (優異獎)
得獎者:劉宏業先生及張家麒工程師
建構香港智慧監獄—移動及位置監察系統和維生指標監察系統

 

香港工程師學會創意獎(青年會員組) —組別II (優異獎)
得獎者:紀美岐小姐、王達一先生、何宇軒先生及陳曉希先生
Neuron智能建築數碼系統—以AI及BIM技術令建築物更節能舒適

 

香港工程師學會創意獎(青年會員組) —組別 II (優異獎)
得獎者:梁建峰先生
利用光纖傳感技術對升降機進行預測性保養

 

如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

 

電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 


 

(23 June 2020, Hong Kong) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is pleased to announce the awardees of the HKIE Innovation Award 2020 which aims to encourage creativity and innovation in engineering among HKIE members, and to recognise innovative ideas and applications that would benefit the engineering industry and the world we live in.

 

The Award succeeds and evolves from the former The HKIE Innovation Awards for Young Members. This year, the Institution expanded the scale of the Award, and transformed it into “The HKIE Innovation Award” and “The HKIE Innovation Award (Young Member Group)” with the former open to members of all ages, and the latter for members of age 35 or below. There are two categories for each group, namely Category I – An Invention; and Category II – An Innovative Application of Engineering Theories.

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020
Category I - An Invention
Awardees: Ir Michael K Y KWOK and Ir Dr Goman W M HO

 

Hybrid Outrigger System with Structural Fuse for Tall Buildings

 

Conventional outrigger systems are designed either with steel trusses or as concrete walls. Concrete is stiff but brittle in nature, and is therefore not good for seismic actions; steel is ductile, but less stiff than concrete and more costly.

 

The awardees invented an innovative hybrid outrigger system which combines the strength of steel and the stiffness of concrete, resulting in a hybrid form using concrete walls and steel bracings. The system also comes with a structural “fuse” that behaves as rigid under wind action; while in the case of severe earthquake, this “fuse” component will yield and dissipate energy to protect the building.

 

This innovative design was successfully applied to the design and construction of the two 350m-high towers in Raffles City Chongqing in the Mainland. Substantial cost savings were also achieved through a 10% reduction in the total amount of steel consumption and an acceleration of the construction schedule by four months.

 

This design was developed by Ir Michael K Y Kwok, a member of Arup Group Board who has been East Asia Region Chair since 2017, and Ir Dr Goman W M Ho, an Arup Fellow and Director of Innovation.

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020
Category II - An Innovative Application of Engineering Theories
Awardees: Ir CHAN Wing Yin, Ir NG Chung Wai, Ir Dominic T K LAW and Ir CHAN Ho Yu

15-cells Caterpillar Cofferdam for Large Scale Excavation Works in Difficult Geology: The TM-CLKL Project

 

This cofferdam is the world’s first 15-cell cofferdam of 500m in length and 43m in depth in difficult geology. As the conventional straight D-wall system has a high risk in terms of constructability, programming and budget; thus, the concept of 15-cell “caterpillar” is formulated. It consists of 15 truncated circular cells. Each cell is formed by a perimeter D-wall in arch shape, which resists the lateral pressure by hoop forces, and is then transferred to the heavy duty “Y-Panels” transversely supported by RC struts and cross walls.

 

This caterpillar system has benefits of requiring much less rebars, unobstructed construction space and less ground treatment. It fully utilises the compressive capacity of concrete in contrast to the conventional straight D-wall system, in which resistance is provided by vertical reinforcements and congested steel struts. From an environmental point of view, this innovative cofferdam eliminated over 21,000t of steel and 80,000m3 of ground treatment, and reduced the material carbon footprint, plant consumption and pollution of ground water. The design could save HK$0.5 to 1 billion, and 6 to 10 months for construction. The caterpillar is highly transposable and has the potential of becoming a new standard cut and cover technique.

 

The design was proposed by Ir Chan Wing Yin, Senior Engineer/Special Duties, Highways Department, HKSAR Government; Ir Ng Chung Wai, Vice President, Major Project Delivery, AECOM Asia Company Limited; Ir Dominic T K Law, Project Manager, Dragages-Bouygues Joint Venture; and Ir Chan Ho Yu, Associate Director, Atkins China Limited.

 

The HKIE Innovation Award (Young Member Group)
Category I - An Invention
Awardees: Miss LAU Ming Wai, Ir John S J LEUNG and Mr Raphael C F WONG

 

Train Hardware Maintenance Cloud with Realtime Condition Monitoring Invention

 

Hong Kong’s railway business is world-renowned. It is featured in hubs distributed across the globe and runs the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) of railway lines. Maintaining technological edge in O&M is crucial to staying ahead of the competition and achieving the highest level of safety for passengers.

 

Armed with both hard and soft skills, the team invented two new items: (i) a device that connects to trains to collect train-electronic component data for condition monitoring, and (ii) a large cloud platform that analyses the data in real time while digitalising all maintenance inspection forms and tasks on a user-friendly mobile phone interface. The backend of the cloud automates work-scheduling and helps engineers in three ways: prioritising action items, grouping tasks, and making decisions vetted in real time by the board of workers, supervisors and managers.

 

This is a genuinely designed-in-Hong Kong invention. Having been implemented for more than a year, it has helped improve staff efficiency immensely and eliminate much tedious clerical work.

 

This design was independently developed by Miss Lau Ming Wai and Ir John S J Leung who are currently working at the Rolling Stock Maintenance Department, and Mr Raphael C F Wong who is working at the Technical and Engineering Services Department of the MTRCL.

 

The Certificates of Merit are presented to the following teams:

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 – Category I
(Certificate of Merit)
Awardee: Ir Dr PONG Wing Tat
Non-intrusive Monitoring of High-voltage Multi-phase Multi-core Distribution Cables based on Magnetic-field Sensing and Computational Intelligence

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 – Category I

(Certificates of Merit)
Awardees: Ir TANG Pak Ling, Ir Philip K C LAI, Ir CHAN Hon Chung and Ir TONG Yiu Nam
Innovative MiC Design Approach for InnoCell

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 – Category II

(Certificates of Merit)
Awardees: Ir CHAN Wing Ngai, Ir KWAN Chi Fai, Mr POON Wai Kwong and Ir TSE Shun Yau
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 – Category II 

(Certificates of Merit)
Awardees: Ir CHEUNG Kin Kuen, Ir CHAN Yiu Hon, Ir Dr Ricky C L LI and Ir FUNG Wing Cheong
Food Waste and Sewage Sludge Co-digestion

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 (Young Member Group) – Category I
(Certificates of Merit)

Awardees: Mr LAU Wang Yip and Ir CHEUNG Ka Kei
The Development of Smart Prison in Hong Kong – Passage Surveillance and Health Signs Monitoring System (PSHSMS)

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 (Young Member Group) – Category II 
(Certificates of Merit)

Awardees: Miss JI Meiqi, Mr WANG Dayi, Mr HO Yu Hin and Mr CHAN Hiu Hei
Neuron Smart Building Digital Platform – Empowering Data-driven Building Energy Management and Optimisation through AI and BIM

 

The HKIE Innovation Award 2020 (Young Member Group) – Category II 
(Certificate of Merit)

Awardee: Mr LEUNG Kin Fung
Development of Predictive Maintenance of Lifts Using Optical Fiber Sensing Technology

 

For media enquiries, please contact:

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Corporate Communications Section
Tel: 2895 4446
Fax: 2882 6825
Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk

更多
Mar-icon
2020年03月05日
香港工程師學會 公布學會獎項得主 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Announced the Awardees of Two Engineering Awards

(香港,2020年3月5日) 香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 欣然公布兩項學會獎項 —「名譽資深會員」及「傑出青年工程師獎」的得主,以表揚他們對學會及工程界作出的貢獻。

 

香港工程師學會名譽資深會員2020

 

為表揚對學會、工程界或於科學領域上有著貢獻或成就人士,學會設有名譽資深會員獎項,本年度獲選者為尹志田工程師。

 

尹工程師是香港電燈有限公司(港燈)董事總經理及其控股公司港燈電力投資的行政總裁,同時出任電能實業有限公司執行董事。

 

1973年,尹工程師獲得香港大學電機工程理學士學位。他是一名英國認許工程師、香港工程師學會資深會員、英國能源學會名譽資深會員,和英國工程及科技學會資深會員。

 

尹工程師擁有40多年專業工程師和香港及海外電力市場經驗。他在1978年加入港燈擔任初級工程師並逐漸發展其事業。在其事業發展初期,除了本地項目,他亦獲委派負責海外項目。在2000至2003年間,尹工程師出任澳洲配電商Powercor Australia Ltd 及 CitiPower Pty. 的行政總裁,開拓港燈的海外業務。他現時亦是數間由電能實業和長江實業旗下公司在英國、中國內地、澳洲及紐西蘭共同擁有的能源企業的董事。由擔任顧問工程師,到負責投資及代表母公司的工作歷程中,尹工程師的足跡遍及中東、日本、澳洲、更遠及英國和南美洲。

 

尹工程師一直通過其項目管理、企業發展及領導角色,致力為香港提供安全、高效率及高度可靠的電力服務。他參與過的標誌性項目,包括在1980年代初期將九龍半島和香港島的電網互相連接的跨海電纜項目。在過去數十年,尹工程師還參與了拓展港燈供電區域內的電網系統,以及完善監管制度。近年來,他領導港燈由燃煤轉為燃氣發電,以減低碳排放。

 

自從在1970年代到中東參與供電項目,尹工程師確信香港工程師透過海外的工作,能與當地分享專業技術和價值操守。尹工程師至今仍然堅守這個理念,獲得同業認可之餘,亦為他個人及其公司在過往多年於國際間取得理想的成績。

在學會事務上,尹工程師在2012至2016年擔任學會理事。他由2010至2018年出任香港工程師註冊管理局成員,2016至2018年間更擔任副主席一職。

 

在社會公職方面,尹工程師自2016年起至今擔任香港大學核數委員會成員。於2013至2019年間,他是香港特區政府推動使用電動車輛督導委員會成員。過去多年,他亦曾參與多個機電工程署和環境保護署的上訴委員會、紀律委員會和顧問小組的工作。

 

傑出青年工程師獎2020

 

學會舉辦的「傑出青年工程師獎」,旨在表揚青年工程師在工程專業、社會事務以及學會會務上的成就及貢獻。獎項評審委員透過多項審核與面試,選出本年度獎項得主黃明泰工程師。

黃明泰工程師在2008年畢業於加拿大麥克馬斯特大學土木工程系,並於2012年獲得香港大學建築項目管理碩士學位。

自2008年加入奧雅納擔任見習土木工程師,黃工程師曾參與管理大型基建項目,包括港島西雨水排放隧道、金鐘綜合車站、觀塘綫延綫及天榮站發展等。

 

黃工程師將知識和經驗帶到大灣區城市和東南亞的重要基建項目中,協助提升香港工程師的地位。他曾擔任深圳地鐵四號綫的整合設計工程師,澳門輕軌石排灣綫及菲律賓的亞洲開發銀行「Build Build Build計劃」的鐵路項目介面專家,解決當中的技術問題。此外,他亦積極推動菲律賓交通部門在項目管理方面的數位化轉型。

 

對於服務香港工程師學會及培養下一代的工程專才,黃工程師一向不遺餘力。他就讀大學時設立學會在加拿大的首個海外學生分會;在2010/2011年度獲選為「師傳計劃」成員,其後更創立「師傳薈」。他於2012年獲頒「傑出見習工程師獎」第二名,並在2014年擔任學會土木分部的增補委員。由2016年至今,他擔任香港公路學會秘書長,並義務兼任導師和「工程畢業生培訓計劃」的工程培訓督導 (Engineering Supervisor)。

 

黃工程師同時領導由奧雅納和聖雅各福群會主辦的社區計劃,協助兒童學習STEM (科學、技術、工程和數學) 知識,並加強他們對社區的關注。他也是支援病人與醫護的眾籌平台「護‧聯網」的委員會成員。

 

另外,傅俊晧工程師獲頒本年度「傑出青年工程師獎」優異獎。


如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

 

電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 


 

(5 March 2020, Hong Kong) The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) is pleased to announce the awardees of two engineering awards to recognise their contribution to the Institution and the engineering profession. Ir Wan Chi Tin received the “HKIE Honorary Fellow 2020” and Ir Tim M T Wong was awarded the “Young Engineer of the Year Award 2020”.

 

The HKIE Honorary Fellow 2020

 

Honorary Fellow may be elected each year to recognise remarkable services to the Institution, to engineering in general, or to the fields of sciences. This year, Ir C T Wan received the honour.

Ir Wan is the Managing Director of The Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd. (HK Electric) and the Chief Executive Officer of its holding company, HK Electric Investments. He is also an Executive Director of Power Assets Holdings Ltd.

 

Ir Wan obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of Hong Kong in 1973. He is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, an Honorary Fellow of the Energy Institute, and a Fellow of The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

 

Ir Wan has been a professional engineer and a business executive in the power industry for more than 40 years, both in Hong Kong and overseas. He joined HK Electric in 1978 as a junior engineer and has gradually moved up the career ladder. Shortly after joining HK Electric, he was deployed to work on overseas projects apart from taking part in local ones. Ir Wan served as Chief Executive Officer of Powercor Australia Ltd and CitiPower Pty., two electricity distribution businesses in Australia from 2000 to 2003, and is the trailblazer of HK Electric’s overseas business. Currently, he is a director of a number of energy businesses in the UK, Mainland China, Australia and New Zealand which are co-owned by Power Assets with other companies of the Cheung Kong Group. From a consulting engineer to an investment and owner representative, Ir Wan has left behind a global footprint that spans from the Middle East to Japan and Australia, and from the UK to South America.

 

Locally, Ir Wan has been instrumental in providing Hong Kong with a safe, efficient and highly reliable electricity supply through his many project management, corporate development and leadership roles. The interconnection circuits across the Victoria Harbour linking Kowloon Peninsula with Hong Kong Island in the early 1980s is one of his signature projects. Ir Wan was also involved in different projects in developing the electricity network in HK Electric’s supply areas and in refining the regulatory regime in the past decades. In recent years, Ir Wan has been at the helm in steering HK Electric’s coal-to-gas transition to reduce the company’s carbon emission.

 

Since his harbinger tour to the Middle East in the 1970s, Ir Wan has committed to the belief that Hong Kong engineers working overseas are there to share our technical knowledge and ethical values. This is a belief he is still holding fast onto and one well appreciated by others with acclaim, bringing him and his corporate successes in the international arena over the years.

 

Ir Wan served The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers as a Council Member from 2012 to 2016. He was a member of the Engineers Registration Board from 2010 to 2018. From 2016 to 2018, he was the Vice Chairman of the Engineers Registration Board.

 

As for community services, Ir Wan is currently a member of the Audit Committee of The University of Hong Kong, a position he has been holding since 2016. He was also a member of the HKSAR Government’s Steering Committee on the Promotion of Electric Vehicles from 2013 to 2019, apart from serving on a number of appeal and disciplinary boards as well as advisory panels under the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department and Environmental Protection Department over the years.

 

Young Engineer of the Year Award 2020

 

The Young Engineer of the Year Award aims to recognise outstanding young engineers who have made significant contributions and outstanding achievements to the profession, to the community of Hong Kong and to the HKIE. After a deliberate reviewing process and panel interview, Ir Tim M T Wong was selected for the Young Engineer of the Year Award 2020.

 

Ir Tim Wong, the awardee for the year, received his Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from McMaster University, Canada in 2008, and Master of Science in Construction Project Management from The University of Hong Kong in 2012.

 

In 2008, Ir Wong began his career as a Civil Engineering Graduate at Arup. Since then, he has been continuously developing his expertise and knowledge in managing large-scale complex infrastructure projects, including the Hong Kong West Drainage Tunnel, Admiralty Integrated Station, Kwun Tong Line Extension and Tin Wing Stop Development.

His extensive experience in Hong Kong has led him to participate in key infrastructure projects in the Greater Bay Area and Southeast Asia, to which his recognised contributions have assisted in elevating the status of Hong Kong engineers. He has resolved technical and interfacing issues for railway projects as a design integrator for Shenzhen Metro Line 4, interface specialist for Seac Pai Van Light Rail Transit in Macau and the “Build Build Build” programme of Asian Development Bank in the Philippines. He is also driving the digital transformation for the Department of Transportation of the Philippines.

 

Ir Wong is committed to contributing to the HKIE and nurturing the next generation of engineers. His commitment began early during his time as a university student when he established the first overseas HKIE Student Chapter in Canada. He was one of the ten members under The HKIE President’s Protégé Scheme 2010/2011 and co-founded the President’s Protégés Club. In 2012, he was the first runner-up of the HKIE Trainee of the Year Award and a Co-opted Committee Member of Civil Division in 2014. Since 2016, he has served as the Honorary Secretary to Hong Kong Institution of Highways and Transportation. He also volunteers as a mentor and an Engineering Supervisor supporting the HKIE Scheme “A” Graduate Training.

 

As the leader of the community engagement taskforce jointly set up by Arup and St James Settlement, he helps to equip young children with STEM concepts and knowledge as well as raising their awareness of community concerns. He is also a committee member of the Lifewire Foundation, a crowdfunding platform that supports patients and medical experts in Hong Kong.

This year, Certificate of Merit of the Young Engineer of the Year Award 2020 went to Ir Alex T H Fu.


For media enquiries, please contact:

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Corporate Communications Section
Tel: 2895 4446
Fax: 2882 6825
Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk

更多
Feb-icon
2020年02月28日
香港工程師學會 對《二零二零至二一財政年度政府財政預算案》之回應 The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Response to the 2020-21 Budget

(香港,二零二零年二月二十八日) 就財政司司長於二月二十六日發表的《二零二零至二一財政年度政府財政預算案》(下稱「財政預算案」),香港工程師學會 (下稱「學會」) 有以下意見:

 

學會認同政府以「撐企業、保就業、振經濟、紓民困」為財政預算案的重點。我們認同應制定緊急方案以紓解當前市民所面對的困難,而同時亦應繼續發展經濟及以智慧科技建設香港。

 

於當前情況下,學會歡迎加強醫療系統及加快改善醫院設施的措施。就中期而言,我們期望政府加快發展智能醫院醫療服務及設施管理系統,以支援更高效服務及為相關服務人員提供智能醫療培訓。我們希望政府及相關部門在疫情過後,全面檢視及研究改善現有醫院及診所在防範及應對傳染病的能力,同時增建傳染病院,以保障市民大眾安全健康。

在香港面對的土地和房屋問題上,學會同意政府加快發展新發展區項目及改劃具房屋發展潛力的用地。對於推展首批棕地群集和三個寮屋區的技術研究和公營房屋的可行性研究,學會表示歡迎。我們支持政府繼續發展過渡性房屋,同時建議為社區組織提供協助,以鼓勵採用預製組合屋的建築技術。

 

學會敦促政府確保明日大嶼願景儘早落實,並建議採用相應技術把對環境影響、建造成本和時間減至最低,同時亦應在基礎建設,尤其是運輸基建,投放足夠資源。從長遠來說,我們認同持續進行基礎建設,並且樂見政府規劃相應的投資。

 

為支持香港應對當前和未來的經濟挑戰,學會建議加強香港及周邊地區在技術研發方面的合作,這對香港經濟的長期發展相當重要。我們期望港深創新及科技園和類似的企業發展得以加快落實。

 

學會歡迎政府推出再工業化資助計劃鼓勵在港設立智能生產線,以及支持香港科技園公司發展現代化生產製造設施。我們建議政府為再工業化制定路線圖,並為落實方案預留充足資金。

 

在人才培訓方面,學會同意將香港繼續發展為科技研發中心。我們歡迎政府建議,將所有進行研發的技術公司涵蓋在博士專才庫及研究員計劃中。我們同時建議加強鼓勵創科人員把研究成果投入市場。至於建造業從業員和工人培訓,學會歡迎政府提供補助和津貼以減輕他們的負擔,並建議長期提供資助以提升建造業界採用新技術的能力和加強從業員的相關知識和技術。

 

學會支持政府提供補貼,為本地大學STEM (科學、技術、工程和數學) 課程的本科生及研究生安排短期實習。學會建議政府增加及常規化對中小學的資助,以促進全方位STEM教育的推行。

 

在環境方面,學會歡迎政府成立低碳綠色科研基金,支持減碳技術和綠色科技的發展。就長遠而言,我們亦歡迎政府有關電動交通工具的倡議,以及首份電動車普及化的路線圖的制定。學會建議應就著該路線圖確立可行的分階段目標,並為電動車車主提供稅務寛減及為電動車相關行業提供支援。另外,我們建議政府同時考慮提升城市的易行性。

 

學會樂意向當局提供專業意見,為解決香港當前問題及長遠發展共謀計策。


如欲垂詢,請與香港工程師學會傳訊統籌部聯絡。

 

電話:2895 4446
傳真:2882 6825
電郵:corpcom@hkie.org.hk

 


 

(28 February 2020, Hong Kong) With regard to the 2020-21 Budget Speech delivered by the Financial Secretary on 26 February 2020, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) holds the following views:

 

The HKIE agrees with the four major focuses of the Budget on supporting enterprises, safeguarding jobs, stimulating the economy, and relieving people’s burden. We agree that immediate relief measures should be provided to address people’s urgent needs, while in the long run Hong Kong should continue to develop our economy and modernise our city with smart technologies.

 

Under the current situation, the laid-down measures for strengthening the healthcare system, and accelerating and enhancing development of hospital facilities are welcomed. In a medium-term, we would hope to see the early development of smart healthcare services and management systems, in order to enhance service efficiency and provide training for smart healthcare manpower. We also hope that after the epidemic the Administration and relevant departments will thoroughly review and study the measures to improve the capability of existing hospitals and clinics in preventing and treating infectious diseases, and consider building additional infectious disease hospitals to safeguard public safety and health.

 

With regard to the land and housing issues facing Hong Kong, the HKIE agrees to the approach of speeding up the development of new development areas and rezone sites. We welcome the commencement of technical studies on the first batch of shortlisted brownfield clusters and three urban squatter areas, and the examination of the suitability of public housing development sites. For transitional housing, it is suggested that more assistance be provided to community organisations for exploring the use of modular construction technologies for housing units.

 

Regarding the Lantau Tomorrow Vision, the HKIE urges the Administration to ensure its early implementation and suggests adopting corresponding technologies to minimise environmental impact, construction cost and time. In addition, substantial investment in infrastructural facilities, especially transport infrastructure, would be required. We agree that in the long term the momentum in infrastructure investment should continue and are pleased to see the Administration’s continued investment in infrastructure projects.

 

To overcome the current and future economic challenges facing Hong Kong, it is suggested that more initiatives for cooperation in research and development (R&D) between Hong Kong and surrounding regions would be important for the long-term development. The implementation of Hong Kong-Shenzhen Innovation and Technology Park and similar ventures in other areas are called for.

 

We welcome the launch of the Re-industrialisation Funding Scheme that would support the establishment of smart production lines in Hong Kong and the funding to Hong Kong Science and Technology Park Corporation for the development of modern manufacturing facilities. The HKIE suggests the Administration considering a roadmap for re-industrialisation and reserving sufficient funding for its implementation.

 

In nurturing talents, the HKIE agrees to the initiative of continuing to develop Hong Kong as an R&D hub. We welcome the proposal to cover all technology companies conducting R&D in the Researcher Programme and Postdoctoral Hub, and we also suggest placing more focus on encouraging entrepreneurship in commercialisation of R&D outcomes. As for trainings for practitioners and workers of the construction industry, we welcome the measure of providing subsidies and allowances to relieve their plight, and suggest placing regular funding to enhance the capacity for adopting new technologies by the industry and enhancing knowledge and techniques of practitioners.

 

The HKIE supports providing subsidies for encouraging short-term internships for undergraduate and postgraduates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) programmes, and suggests enhanced and regular funding be provided to secondary and primary schools to promote STEM education.

 

On the environment front, the HKIE welcomes the setting up of Green Tech Fund to support the development of decarbonisation and green technologies, and suggests more measures be given to the local recycling industries in the long term. We also welcome the initiatives for electric transportation and the formulation of the first roadmap on the popularisation of electric vehicles (EV). We suggest that the roadmap should set out high but reachable targets in phases, and supplement with the necessary support, such as tax allowances to EV owners and funding support to practitioners in EV-related industries. It is also recommended that the Administration improve the overall walkability in the city.

 

The HKIE is willing to provide our expertise and work with the Administration for devising measures to address the current problems and plan for the future development.

 

For media enquiries, please contact:

 

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Corporate Communications Section
Tel: 2895 4446
Fax: 2882 6825
Email: corpcom@hkie.org.hk

更多
本網站採用Cookies工具來改善使用者體驗及確保網站有效運行。閱讀更多 Cookie 相關資訊