|Date||25 October 2018 (Thursday)|
|Time||3:00 pm – 4:30 pm|
|Venue||CMA Lecture Theatre (LT2), Yasumoto International Academic Park, G/F, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Exit D, University MTR Station)|
|Registration||Registration is closed|
As one of the leading Chinese polar scientists and explorers, Professor Li Yuan-sheng will address the relationship between polar ice melting and climate change in the lecture and share with the audience his experiences in some of the Earth’s most extreme places, including Antarctica’s Dome A, arguably the Earth’s most ‘dangerous’ place, where he has already reached ten times during his career as a polar scientist. In the past, Professor Li served multiple positions in many glacial expeditions, including Captain of the Chinese Ice Sheet Expedition (five times) and Chief Scientist of the 7th Arctic Scientific Expedition (in 2016). Professor Li is also the author of a large number of high-quality research papers.
For further details of the lecture and Professor Li Yuan-sheng, click here (in Chinese only).
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Professor Yuan-sheng LI
Polar scientist and explorer