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BALL, Roger MacLaren
BORIO, Geraldine
BRUYNS, Gerhardes
CHAN, Calvin
CHAN, Edmund
CHAN, Michael
CHAN, Violet
CHEUNG, Step
CHONG, Wai Yung
CHOW, Kenny
CHOY, Clifford
CHUAH, Peter
CHUNG, Welby
DE BONT, Cees
DEAN, Peter
FUNG, Ho Yin
GUTIERREZ, Laurent
HAN, Fred
HASDELL, Peter
HO, Alex
HUNG, Francis
HUNG, Keung
JACHNA, Tim
KAN, Alan
KWOK, Brian
KWOK, Jackie
LAU, Newman
LAUGHTON, Scot
LECLERC, RĂ©mi
LEE, Anthony
LEE, Brian
LEE, Tak Chi
LEONG, Benny Ding
LEUNG, Ann
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LUXIMON, Tina
MA, Henry
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PAN, Horace
PORTEFAIX, Valerie Marie Francoise
RILL, Bryan
SIU, Kin Wai Michael
SIU, King Chung
SMITH, Martin
SONNTAG, Stefan Rudolf
SPICCIOLATO, Ernesto
TAM, Keith Chi-hang
TANG, Ming Xi
TSANG, KC
TSANG, Kith
VITTACHI, Nury
WAN, Chi Kwong Bruce
WANG, Min
WEI, Huaxin
WIRMAN, Hanna
WONG, Kacey
YIP, Alvin
YIP, Gwen
YIU, Man To
YU, Gino
ZHANG, Victor
 
CHAN, Michael
Assistant Professor

Master of Architecture (MArch, HKU)

BA (Architecture, UC Berkeley, California, USA)
Research Area:

. Sustainable and ecological design studies

. Innovative structure assembling methods of medium-span bridge under operation conditions.

. Studies on local cultures, eco-environment and traditional design method in the remote area of mainland China.


Profile :

Michael Chan is the project leader of the eco bridge design, funded by Wu Zhi Qiao (Bridge to China) Charitable foundation in the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong in association with Xian Jaiotong University. Recently, Michael also work closely with the Faculty of Construction and Land Use (department of civil engineering and survey) on the bridge building method, environment and ecology study of the remote are in Gansu province.

In the past 3 years, Michael was participating in the eco-bridge and school research, design and construction projects in Shannxi, Gansu, and Guangxi providences in mainland China. The objective of these projects is to explore and utilise local traditional construction methods, combine with modern building technology to achieve synergy.
 
Also, it is Michael's tradition to host community services activities and hosting design competition projects with selected groups of students and professionals during term breaks (e.g. Farewell So Uk 2007, Hug Hug Mural Painting 2006, Block Unblock 2006, Hong Kong Trade Service Council 2005 and Care for the Forest logo-design competition 2005.


Email : sdmicc

Tel : 2766 5463
 
 

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