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Innovation & Technology Fund (iTech Fund)

 

 

As technology drives innovation and knowledge transfer (KT) advancement, KT Sub-office of The Education University of Hong Kong has decided to launch the “Innovation & Technology Fund” (iTech Fund) scheme to support the academic/teaching staff to transfer idea (research results) into reality (technological inventions). 

 

The KT Sub-office will select the funded projects to showcase in international exhibitions, tradeshows, competitions, conferences and/or any other KT activities arranged.  The funding ceiling for each application is HK$200,000.

 

The scheme is for the production of technological models and demonstrations of EdUHK innovations. 

Examples of what iTech Fund supports:

·          Development of mobile app/computer program/games with AI, AR, VR, 5G, big data, block-chain, and edu-tech-related elements to illustrate and demonstrate the original research output

·          Production of technological demonstration/display/models of innovations

 

Application Deadline

Closed

 

Documents

Application Form

Application Guidelines

 

Enquiries

Mr Lemon Kwan 

Tel: 2948 8158

Email: hmkwan@eduhk.hk

 

Miss Tobby Ho

Tel: 2948 7761

Email: ytho@eduhk.hk

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