AIR@INNOHK
Hong Kong Quantum AI Lab
Develop an Integrated R&D platform of big data/machine learning, computational science & experimental measurement for materials and devices
Deliver next generation OLED materials that will be adopted by the industry and break the current monopoly of foreign companies
Investigate the mechanism of all-solid-state Li-ion battery and design reliable Li-ion batteries for electric vehicles
Facilitate knowledge transfer, commercialisation
Provide early investments for its spin-offs to accelerate speed-to-market
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AIR@INNOHK
Hong Kong Quantum AI Lab
Hong Kong Quantum AI Lab (HKQAI) is developing an integrated R&D platform of big data/ machine learning, computational science and experiment to discover next generation materials and design novel devices on computers, which will be employed to tackle the challenges in OLED and battery research.
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Professor Guanhua Chen
  • Professor, Department of Chemistry, The University of Hong Kong
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InnoHK Launch Ceremony marks milestone in promoting HK’s I&T development

InnoHK Launch Ceremony was held today (May 25) at the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP). It marked a milestone in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government's commitment to promoting Hong Kong's innovation and technology (I&T).
Laboratory of Data Discovery for Health, Centre for Transformative Garment Production, Hong Kong Quantum AI Lab, Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation Centre, Centre for Immunology & Infection, Centre for Oncology and Immunology, Centre for Translational Stem Cell Biology, Laboratory for Synthetic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Centre for Virology, Vaccinology and Therapeutics
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25 May 2022
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HKU has the greatest share of nine research laboratories admitted to the Government’s InnoHK Research Clusters

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is playing a leading role in InnoHK, a major initiative of the Hong Kong Government to develop Hong Kong as a hub for global research.
Nine research laboratories, the most among local universities, are established at HKU with a funding of over $3 billion over five years.
Laboratory of Data Discovery for Health, Centre for Transformative Garment Production, Hong Kong Quantum AI Lab, Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation Centre, Centre for Immunology & Infection, Centre for Oncology and Immunology, Centre for Translational Stem Cell Biology, Laboratory for Synthetic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Centre for Virology, Vaccinology and Therapeutics
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14 Oct 2021
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