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Germany/Hong Kong Joint Research Scheme - List of Funded Projects for 2010/2011

Project No. Project Title Hong Kong Partner / Institution German Parnter / Institution Funding Period (year) 1st Year Amount
Awarded
by RGC (HK$)
2nd Year Amount
Awarded
by RGC (HK$)
G_HK006/10 Functionalization of Carbon Dioxide in Nano-Water Droplets Dr Chi Kit Siu / CityU Prof Dr Martin K Beyer / Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel 2 29,600 29,600
G_HK008/10 Gels and Aerogels from Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Synthesis, Optical Studies and Evaluation of the Application Perspectives Prof Andrey Rogach / CityU Prof Alexander Eychmueller / Technical University of Dresden 2 29,500 29,500
G_HK009/10 Cross-linguistic Investigation into the Influence of Particles on Speech Acts
Dr Yurie Hara / CityU Dr Magdalena Schwager / University of Göttingen 2 14,300 14,300
G_HK010/10 Lightweight Formal Methods for Power and Timing Analysis of Memory Architectures
Dr Jason Chun Xue / CityU Prof Dr Samarjit Chakraborty / Technische Universität München 2 28,500 28,500
G_HK012/10 Semiparametric Quantile Regression and Variable Selection Prof Lixing Zhu / HKBU Dr Wolfgang Haerdle / University of Humboldt at Berlin
1 0 18,800
G_HK018/10 Functional Analysis of the Plant Vacuolar Sorting Machinery Prof Liwen Jiang / CUHK Dr Peter Pimpl / University of Tuebingen 2 30,000 30,000
G_HK025/10 Joint emergence of disparity tuning and vergence eye movements
Prof Bertram E Shi / HKUST Prof Jochen Triesch / J.W. Goethe University 2 29,600 29,600
G_HK027/10 Protein particles for skin drug delivery
Prof Reinhard Renneberg / HKUST Prof Jurgen Lademann / Charite University, Berlin 2 28,600 28,600
G_HK032/10 Climate change and environmental health ü the impact of thermal stress on the mortality and morbidity in urban Hong Kong: Development of a coordinated methodology between multidisciplinary experts from Hong Kong and Germany
Dr Chit Ming Wong / HKU Prof Alexander Kraemer / University of Bielefeld 2 30,000 30,000