HKU partners with Cyberport to set up HKU x Cyberport Digital Tech Entrepreneurship Platform to co-develop an innovative FinTech ecosystem
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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony between the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and Hong Kong Cyberport (Cyberport) was held today to set up the HKU x Cyberport Digital Tech Entrepreneurship Platform (Platform). The Platform is the first-of-its-kind collaboration between HKU and Cyberport aiming to form a closer partnership to build a unique digital tech ecosystem for Hong Kong spanning the aspects of human capital, innovation and technologies, entrepreneurship, and legal and business expertise.
Mr. Herman Lam Heung-yeung, CEO of Cyberport and Professor Andy Hor Tzi-sum, Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) of HKU, signed the MoU at Cyberport, witnessed by Dr Lee George Lam, Chairman of Cyberport and Professor Peter Mathieson, President and Vice-Chancellor of HKU.
Through this Platform, a "HKU x Cyberport FinTech Nucleus" is also set up to showcase HKU technologies. SHIELD developed by the Department of Computer Science together with "PORTimizer®" and MPF mobile app "MPF Optimal Allocation (MPF OpAl)" developed by Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science were demonstrated at the opening of the FinTech Nucleus.
For more information, please visit : https://www.hku.hk/press/press-releases/detail/16639.html
For videos showing the SHIELD and PORTimizer® technologies, please click the below links:
1. SHIELD – Dr K P CHOW
Dr Chow Kam-pui, Associate Professor of the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, presents a unique cybersecurity technology system “SHIELD” developed by CISC.
2. PORTimizer and MPF Optimal Allocation (MPF OpAI) – Dr Philip YU
Dr Philip Yu Leung-ho of the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, Faculty of Science, demonstrates his powerful portfolio optimization software “PORTimizer®” and a MPF mobile app “MPF Optimal Allocation”.
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