The Library organized the third Research Café in Nov 2014. The Research Café is a service to provide a series of informal and engaging events where research postgraduate students can get together, network, present their research, exchange ideas across disciplines, and polish presentation skills.
Themes: Nature and Automation
I. Short Talk: Interdisciplinary research: bridging gaps between traditional and emerging sciences
Speaker: Prof. Amos P.K. TAI, Assistant Professor, Earth System Science Programme, Faculty of Science
- Multidimensional geometric solution for convex robot motion stabilisation problems
Patricia GROF, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering
- A divide-and-conquer approach for feed rate optimization in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining
Ka Chun CHAN, M. Phil. Student, Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering
Moderator: Prof. Amos P.K. TAI
Feedback on Presentation Skills: Mr. Ray CHAU, Assistant Lecturer, The Independent Learning Centre
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Cafe Area, G/F, University Library