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Author: Source: Datetime: 2017-05-08 11:01:04
This year's Hong Kong Summit will focus on new technologies, innovations, cloud platforms, large data, artificial intelligence, robots, automation, virtual reality, augmented reality, healthy aging, financial technology, networking Security and future cities and other fields.

"Over the past 80 years, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University has achieved a number of important research milestones," said Professor Wei Bingjiang, Vice-Chancellor of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Commenting on the progress of scientific research in Hong Kong, we believe that one of the reasons for the success of Polytechnic University is that Actively encourage and promote interdisciplinary research and support the cooperation of experts from different fields.We are pleased to be the partner of EmTech Hong Kong Summit, which will further promote the interaction and cooperation of relevant parties to meet the needs of social development.
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2010 EmTech Hong Kong Summit is expected to attract more than 500 participants from more than 20 countries. A group of the world's most influential leaders and innovators are actively promoting the next generation of technological breakthroughs and will deliver keynote speeches at the EmTech Hong Kong Summit.

Speakers included Donald Sadoway, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering from MIT, who is currently a dean of the world's solar power batteries energy storage battery. He founded Ambri in 2010 to develop a new type of liquid metal battery for grid-level energy storage. Ambri later acquired Bill & Middot; Gates's investment.

Gates has recorded in his blog with Professor Sadoway acquaintance process, and to MIT 150th anniversary of the letter, specifically pointed out that Sadoway energy storage in the field of research and development made outstanding contributions.
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