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Essay Contest: How the opening of the HZMB affects HK fm Logistics & Transportation perspectives
 
 


 

Programme title and organiser(s)

 

Essay Contest : How the opening of the Zhu Hai-Macao-Hong Kong bridge affects Hong Kong from Logistics and Transportation perspectives

                 

Submission deadline:

 

28 February 2018

 

Please send your submissions electronically to Ir. Dr Patrick Lee (go2hkieessay2018@gmail.com)   

Programme highlight:


The HKIE Logistics and Transport Division is organizing an essay competition on the topic
How the opening of the Zhu Hai-Macao-Hong Kong bridge affects Hong Kong from Logistics and Transportation perspectives to encourage LT young engineers and students to stretch themselves intellectually and practically in the application of Logistics and Transportation Engineering technologies in a real industrial case.

 

We welcome submissions from young HKIE engineers under the age of 35 (by February 28, 2017) or full time students of accredited Logistics and Transportation Engineering Degree Programs in Hong Kong.

Paper submissions should be no longer than 3000 words (not counting tables and figures), of font-size point 11, Times New Roman, line spacing 1.5, and may contain a maximum of 15 figures or tables. The short-listed papers will be invited for 20-minute presentations in front of a judging panel for final prize selection.

All submissions will be subject to plagiarism checking.  

 

This competition is free-of-charge and no prior registration is required.

Prizes:

A total of two prizes will be awarded:

Winner – a scholarship of $3,000 plus a Winner Certificate

1st runner up – a scholarship of $2,000 plus a 1st Runner-up Certificate

For those interested, please submit your essay to go2hkieessay2018@gmail.com

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Enquiry details

 

Ir Dr Patrick Lee (Tel : 5113 7745)

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 
 
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