TechTalk – Insights on the Future Development of Engineering and Technologies in China

Speaker: Academician C.C. Chan, Honorary Professor, The University of Hong Kong, Distinguished Chair Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Academician, Chinese Academy of Engineering, Fellow, Royal Academy of Engineering
About the TechTalk

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to Academician C.C. Chan for sharing with us two videos of his speech on the theme of “Insights on the Future Development of Engineering and Technologies in China“, including “涵养科学精神,能源、汽车、商业革命的四网四流融合” and “涵养科学精神,深港珠联璧合,共建全球人才乐园,全球创新高地” in Chinese.


Academician C.C. Chan delivered this speech at the “Second International Conference on Sustainable Energy Development(第二届可持续能源发展国际会议)” held in Beijing on 16 December 2023.


Academician C.C. Chan delivered this speech at the “一国两制研究中心‘港深双城发展’论坛” held in Hong Kong on 13 December 2023.

About the speaker​

Academician C.C. Chan

Academician C.C. Chan, dubbed the “Father of Asian electric vehicles”, currently is an Honorary Professor from Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HKU. He has significantly contributed to the theory, practice and public awareness of engineering over six decades. In addition, his professional career is from universities professor to industry consultants, multinational corporation advisor, professional organizations founder and leader, science and technology advisor to governments, etc. He published 450 technical papers, 17 books and 10 patents.

Academician Chan was elected as Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences in 1996, Fellow of the prestige Royal Academy of Engineering U.K., the first Academician of the prestige Chinese Academy of Engineering in Hong Kong, and Fellow of the Ukraine Academy of Engineering Sciences in 1997. His major honours include the awards of the Hong Kong Institution Gold Medal in 2010, World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) Medal of Engineering Excellence in 2013, and the Royal Academy of Engineering Prince Philip Medal in 2014.


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