12 awardees from the IT Scholarship Alumni Association served as judges, referees and game booth hosts at the 2017 Hong Kong FLL Robotics Tournament, a territory-wide Competition for local primary and secondary school students, on 11 February (Saturday) at the Hong Kong Design Institute and Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee).
Awardees are encouraged to give back to the community with the knowledge they possess by carrying out service projects such as giving Science & Technology-related workshops to the younger ones at schools and community centres. Interested schools and centres may contact the Secretariat for further discussion.
On 4 September 2016, two awardees of InnoTech Scholarship 2016, Ti Chun Hang Eden and Choy Lok Yee Lois, visited the Previous Blood Children’s Village to organise two InnoTech workshops, namely “Ice-cream Fun Day” and “Secret of Blood” for a group of girls of the village. The workshops guided the girls to explore science through different interesting experiments.
All awardees of our Scholarship Scheme will serve the community with their knowledge. If any school or organisation is interested in this Service Project Programme, please contact the Scheme Secretariat for a discussion.
Before the end of 2016 summer holiday, another 2 awardees of InnoTech Scholarship 2016, Chiu Mang Tik Dicky and Kong Whole Dux Samuel, visited the Jockey Club Tin Yiu Youth S.P.O.T. to organise InnoTech workshop for a group of primary school students, with the assistance of another awardee of the same year, Karim Kamaruddin.
This time, the 3 awardees taught the students to create a programme of electronic game through the Arduino microcontroller.
All awardees of our Scholarship Scheme will serve the community with their knowledge. If any primary school or secondary school is interested in this Service Project Programme, please contact the Scheme Secretariat for further cooperation.
After the works on programme development and preparation, Hong Jialin (Jay), an awardee of Innovation and Technology Scholarship Award Scheme 2016, is the first one this year to provide service to the society.
Jay has visited the Jockey Club Tin Yiu Youth S.P.O.T. on 29 July to organise a workshop about “Enzyme” for a group of primary school students. Through the exciting experiments, the students first learn the characteristics of this catalyst.
All awardees of our Scholarship Scheme will serve the community with their knowledge. If any primary school or secondary school is interested in this Service Project Programme, please contact the Scheme Secretariat for a discussion.
Programme of Study
Mr CHAN, Mui Sing
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physiotherapy
Mr CHIU, Mang Tik
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science
Miss CHOY, Lok Yee
The University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Mr HONG, Jialin
Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences
Miss IP, Hiu Tung Joan
Mr JIN, You Chuan
Mr KAMARUDDIN, Karim Ahmed
Dual Degree: Bachelor of Engineering in Logistics Management and Engineering and BBA
Miss KANG, Di
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mr KONG, Samuel Whole Dux
Bachelor of Engineering
Miss LAU, Ho Ying
Miss LAW, Tsz Kwan Violet
City University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Engineering in Energy Science and Engineering
Miss LEUNG, Ya Yuan Rachel
Mr LO, Tsz Cheung
Mr LO, Tsz Hing
Dual Degree: Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and BBA
Mr NG, Argens
Miss NG, Cheuk Wai
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Miss Mr NG, Tsz Wai Jason
Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering
Miss ONGKY, Anita
Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Radiography
Miss SUNG, Joanne Chung Yan
Mr TI, Chun Hang Eden
Dual Degree: Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and BBA
Miss YAU, Hoi Ying
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management and Technology
Miss YEUNG, Ho Sonia
Bachelor of Science
Miss YEUNG, Hoi Ting
Miss YON, Jun Yu
Bachelor of Dental Surgery
Miss YU, Cheuk Yin
Aiming to increase public’s interest in innovation and technology, 17 awardees of the Scheme 2015 have organised 30 science workshops at the “InnoTech Month 2015” in October and November. Over 400 children joined the workshops and enhanced their curiosity in science and technology through the amusing experiments.
The workshops designed by awardees with their specialised knowledge were organised at the “InnoTech Month – Roadshow” in City Plaza and Shatin’s Wo Che Plaza, and the “InnoCarnival” in Hong Kong Science Park. They cover a wide range of themes relating to Innovation and Technology, for example creating gypsum model of fingers with the materials which the dentists used to copy the shape of patient’s teeth; and creating a “fountain” with the theory of air pressure. The workshops got excellent feedback from the children.
Awardees will continue to serve our the society in schools or community centres. It is believed that these young talents will work together to promote innovation and technology among the younger generations.
Innovation and Technology Scholarship Award Scheme 2015
List of 25 Awardees
Miss CHAK, Nga Ting
Mr CHAN, Chun Ki
Mr CHAN, Long
Mr CHAN, Tsz Chung
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Energy Science and Engineering
Mr CHEN, Jia Xi Kelvin
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
Mr CHING, King Him
Bachelor of Business Administration (Information System)
HAN, Diana Siao Cheng
KAN, Lok Ting Catherine
Mr KUO, Wai Yip
Bachelor of Engineering in Systems Engineering and Engineering Management
Mr KWOK, Hiu Fung
Mr LAI, Hei Ming
Miss LAM, Phoebe Cheuklam
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Miss LAM, Ping Hei
Mr LAU, Chun Ho
Miss LAU, Wing Man
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Miss LEE, Oi Yan Sera
Mr LI, Ka Yau
Miss LI, Sze Wai
Miss LUK, Sui Man
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Mr NGAI, Ying Tim
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Economics
Mr TANTIVANGPHAISAL, Pishun
Mr WONG, Cheuk Fung Raphael
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering
Miss WONG, Lok Tung
Hong Kong Baptist University
Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science
Mr XIE, Phil Fei
Mr YIP, Chi Yiu
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical and Automation Engineering
17 awardees of Innovation and Technology Scholarship Award Scheme supported the annual "InnoTech Month" which was launched in mid-Oct this year by sharing their knowledge in science and technology!
These young talents held around 30 self-designed science workshops for children in the Roadshow and InnoCarnival at Olympian City and Hong Kong Science Park respectively. The children learnt diversified science knowledge, including air and aviation, acidity, friction, electromagnetism, density and food science, etc. which are all around our daily life. With the lively and funny experiments designed and taught by our awardees, the children were benefited by these joyful lessons which enhanced their interests in science and technology.
Our awardees will continue to serve our community by offering 5 workshops at the Roadshow held at Citywalk on Nov 30, 2014. Please come and join us! Quotas are limited and will be allocated on first-come-first-serve basis.
If schools or community centres are interested in this Service Project Programme, please contact the Scheme Secretariat for further arrangement.
The new school year has just started. Would these students enjoy their science class more?
In the summer holiday just passed, 3 awardees of the Scheme 2014, Chu Man Yat (Jack), Tang Ho Yuen (Eric) and Lam Lam, have held several self-designed workshops in HKFYG Youth S.P.O.Ts. The primary school students tried some science challenges and learned the way to do science observation. Some of them have even tried to build “bridges” like a Civil Engineer does.
The awardees of the Scholarship Scheme will continue to serve our community, in order to nurture the interest of science in the younger generation, and to motivate the development of local innovation and technology.