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10 December 2018
Delegation from Australia visited CNERC

A delegation of five directors/professors/managers in water resource management and research from International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICEWaRM), Goyder Institute for Water Research, University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and South Australian Department for Environment and Water in Australia visited the Hong Kong Branch of Chinese National Engineering Research Center (CNERC) for Control & Treatment of Heavy Metal HKUST on December 10, 2018 to explore potential collaboration projects on Smart City in Water in Hong Kong and the Guangdong-Hong-Kong-Macao Great Bay.     

Prof. Enboa WU, Associate Vice-President (Knowledge Transfer) and Dean of HKUST Fok Ying Tung Graduate School welcomed the delegation and introduced HKUST’s development outlook in Mainland China. Prof. Guang-Hao CHEN, Director of the CNERC and his team discussed potential collaborative opportunities with the visitors. Both sides have pledged to further mutual exchange to identify possible projects in the near future.

From left to right are Dr. Kane Aldridge (Director, Goyder Institute for Water Research), Mr. Steve Morton (Manager, International Business, South Australian Department for Environment and Water), Prof. Guang-Hao CHEN, Mr. Paul Reiter (President, Reiter International Water Solutions Limited), Prof. Enboa WU, Prof. Megan Lewis (Head of School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide), Mr. Darryl Day (Managing Director, International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management (ICEWaRM)), Ms. Jodieann Daew (Director, Research Development and Support, Flinders University), Ms. Alice Jim (Senior Business Development Manager, South Australia, Australian Consulate-General)

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