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The Department of Supply Chain and Information Management (SCM) gives significant strategic importance to collaboration with external parties. Productive industrial collaboration ensures that our students can obtain up-to-date and practical knowledge from industries while external parties can gain innovative ideas and perspectives from the new generation, academia and other management professionals. The projects supported by the Research Matching Grant Scheme and Internship are platforms for effective communication between SCM Department and external parties.

Research Projects Supported by the Research Matching Grant Scheme
The Department of Supply Chain and Information Management collaborates with industrial partners through the below projects which are supported by the Research Matching Grant Scheme (RMGS). RMGS was introduced by the Hong Kong Government in order to encourage collaboration between industries and the higher education sector in R&D.
Project Title
Academic Year 2020/21
Applying Innovation Resistance Theory to Understanding the Adoption of Delivery Apps in the Wine Industry
Design of an AI-based Intelligent Model for Enhancing Business Performance
Development of Function Deployment Model on Customer, Technological, Core Competency and Supply Chain Risk Analysis for Sustainable Freight Operations Systems
Research and Development of Contactless Parking System for Hourly and Monthly Parking
Academic Year 2019/20
A Longitudinal Study on the Dynamics of Hong Kong and Southern China Maritime Ports
Design of a Blockchain-based Intelligent Model for Enhancing Supply Chain Reliability
Estimating Blockchain IoT Project Completion Times – Simulation and Analytic Approach
Smart Space - Intelligent Smart Cities Management and IoT Analytics Platform
Study on Digital Standard for Assessing Students' Learning Performance with Data Analytics
Our Internship programme has been designed to provide students with hands-on experience in real-world practice. Participating organization include: The Bank of China, HSBC, Census and Statistics Department, Hong Kong Information Technology Join Council Ltd., Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd., Kerry Logistics (Hong Kong) Ltd., Li & Fung Ltd. Co., MTR, Hong Kong Disneyland, The Harbourview, Luk Fook Jewelry., A.S. Watson Group., ADL Express Limited - Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific Services Limited, Hong Kong International Terminals, Hong Kong Television Network Limited, The Royal Garden Hotel.