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THE 3rd HKAGE STUDENT BIENNIAL CONFERENCE

Utilise Your Giftedness for a Better Future

The 2nd HKAGE Student Biennial Conference was held successfully on 31 Oct 2015.

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Press release
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Conference Poster_Phase II

AIMS

OVERVIEW AND IMPORTANT DATES

PHASE I : CALL FOR STUDY PROJECTS

PHASE II : ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

PREVIOUS STUDENT CONFERENCE

ENQUIRY

AIMS

The HKAGE will hold the 3rd Student Biennial Conference in the Winter of 2017.  The Conference aims to:

  • showcase their study projects to demonstrate their learning achievements;
  • facilitate intellectual exchange among students; and
  • inspire students to further develop their study projects through exchanging ideas with renowned academics in the field.

OVERVIEW AND IMPORTANT DATES

Dates Events
Phase I : Call for Study Projects
14 October 2016 (Fri) - 15 December 2016 (Thur) Application and submission of proposals through the HKAGE Online Application Platform
15 December 2016 (Thur) Deadline for application and proposal submission
24 February 2017 (Fri) Notification of acceptance of proposals with feedback from the Panel of Adjudicators
15 May 2017 (Mon) Deadline for final paper submission
 7 July 2017 (Fri) Notification of the mode of presentation (oral presentation / poster presentation) at the Student Conference
 3 August 2017 (Thur) Deadline for poster presentation materials submission / oral presentation rehearsal
Phase II : Attending the Conference
 8 September 2017 (Fri) Online Application Platform opens for Conference registration
 2 November 2017 (Thur) Deadline for online application
11 November 2017 (Sat) The 3rd HKAGE Student Biennial Conference

PHASE I : CALL FOR STUDY PROJECTS

All secondary school students are encouraged to submit their Study Project Proposals in one of the following fields and do the online application on a school or a student basis. Students are welcome to submit their proposals on an individual basis or as a group.

Students are encouraged to identify recent/future problems or situations locally / nationally / globally, then apply relevant knowledge, problem solving, creative and critical thinking skills to analyse them, and provide appropriate solutions to solve them, bringing positive impacts to the society / the world.

The submitted proposals could be new study projects or projects in connection with students’ learning experience at or outside school. Study projects that have been released in any journal, newspaper, website, magazine, etc., or have been submitted and awarded in any competition are also welcome.  The selected papers will be presented at the Conference through either oral or poster presentation.

The templates and submission instructions are available at below links.

Study Project Submission Instructions:

1. The Online Application Platform (Application Deadline: 15 December 2016)

(a) For school-based application

(b) For student-based application

  • For HKAGE Student Members
  • For Non-HKAGE Student Members

2. Final Paper Submission Instructions

3. Final Paper Cover Page Template

4. Video Submission Instructions (if applicable)

Fields of Study Projects:

Mathematics and Sciences Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Technology, Engineering
Languages and Humanities Creative Writing, Literature, Liberal Studies, Integrated Humanities

PHASE II : ATTENDING THE CONFERENCE

Conference Details:

Date: 11 November 2017 (Sat)
Venue: The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, Sha Kok Estate, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese / English
Target: All secondary school students
Registration Fee: No registration fee required
Application:

Online Application Only

Application period:September 2017 - 2 November 2017

(a) For school-based application

(Five students in maximum from each secondary school. If more quota is needed, please feel free to contact us on 3940 0130.)

(b) For individual-based application

Rundown:

Time Programme
13:30 Registration
14:00 - 14:30 Opening Ceremony
14:30 - 15:30

Keynote Address: "Ms. Moringa, A dip into the waters of serendipity"

Speakers: Mr Davy Feng, Ms Caroline Ling, Mr Brain Ma and Ms Grace Park

SIGHT Scholars

Second Prize Winner of “Challenge Cup” National Competition - Hong Kong Regional Final, Hong Kong University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

Language: English (with PowerPoint in English)

15:30 - 16:00 Concurrent Session
16:00 - 17:30

Poster Exhibition

Keynote Speakers:

Mr Feng Zi Han Davy, Ms Ling Zhi Heng Caroline, Mr Ma Chi Hsuan Brian and Ms Park Ye Eun Grace 

SIGHT Scholars
Second Prize Winner of “Challenge Cup” National Competition - Hong Kong Regional Final, Hong Kong University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

SIGHT is an undergraduate education platform at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to transform passion and creativity of students into innovative solutions for health care problems around the world.

Introduction of Ms. Moringa

It all started as a water purification project, but now we have Ms. Moringa, our very own social enterprise.

Moringa oleifera, also known as the “miracle tree”, is a tree that is rich in nutrition. Our social enterprise, Ms. Moringa, uses this valuable tree to improve the living conditions in Changshun County, Guizhou. Changshun is a county with a unique Batik art culture, yet it is one of the poorest counties in Mainland China and suffers from poverty and malnutrition. By creating moringa-related products that are exclusively designed to incorporate local Guizhou culture, we aim to provide these local farmers with a stable income source and at the same time, promote their beautiful batik culture to the outside world.

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

Students who demonstrate outstanding performance in study projects will be admitted as HKAGE student members through the “Nurturing the Gifted Scheme”.


PREVIOUS STUDENT CONFERENCE

The 2nd HKAGE Student Biennial Conference

The 1st HKAGE Student Biennial Conference


ENQUIRY

For enquiries, please contact us at 3940 0130 or via email ss@hkage.org.hk.

Last updated on 17 July 2017