Peter W. Tse | Director, Smart Engineering Asset Management Laboratory (SEAM)
City University of Hong Kong | Hong Kong

Peter W. Tse, Director, Smart Engineering Asset Management Laboratory (SEAM), City University of Hong Kong

Ir Prof. Peter W. Tse is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) (美国机械工程学会院士) and a Foundation Fellow of the International Society of Engineering Asset Management. He obtained his B.Eng. and M.Sc. from Canada and his Ph.D. from United Kingdom. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Centre for Systems Informatics Engineering (CSIE), the Director of Croucher Optical Nondestructive Testing (CNDT) Laboratory and the Smart Engineering Asset Management Laboratory (SEAM) at the City University of Hong Kong. He is a Chartered Engineer in United Kingdom and a Professional Engineer in Canada. He is also the O-Committee Member of several ISO’s (国际标准化组织) Technical Committees (TC): TC108, TC135 and TC199 (技术委员会会员). As of today, he has published more than 330 articles in various journals and proceedings. Currently, his research outcomes have been applied to over 30 local and international companies, including the world largest oil sand exploration and production company, the Syncrude Canada Ltd., the Emerson Network Power Ltd., the MTR Corporation, CLP Power Ltd., the Hong Kong and China Gas Co. Ltd., the China International Marine Containers (Group) Co., Ltd. (a large state-owned enterprise in China) etc. Recognized by the Council of Canadian Academies as the author of Top 1% most highly cited papers in the related research field worldwide in year 2016 again.


Day Two @ 09:30

Keynote Panel: Towards long-term sustainability of railway operations

  •     How can modern metros ensure financial sustainability and sufficient funds for asset upgrade and renewal?
  •     As labour costs increase, how can rail operators offset rising costs with revenue growth and increased productivity?
  •     How can rail authorities and operators work more closely together in ensuring long-term financial and quality sustainability?
  •     Building ‘liveable’ communities: Building railways that connect with and complement the urban development of a city 

Seminar Day Two @ 11:00

A Fast and Effective Technique for Inspecting Rail Tracks – A Novel Laser-based Lamb Wave Approach

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