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CIDE x AAMA Technology Salon -- Jumping into the NewSpace Economy

Date: 22nd May 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00-11:30 am
Moderated by: Philip Leung, Founding President, AAMA
Language: English 
Venue: Zoom Online
Register Link: https://cuhk-edu-cn.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwqcO6rqDsuGdUaO_4VRvC2RzadsEAV_bug
About the Webinar
Satellite signals and data play an increasingly pivotal role in digital economic development. More than 80 countries have registered satellites into orbit in our interconnected world. With global value chains forming and innovations in space systems, the space industry investors, start-ups, and space pioneers have engaged in products and services in the new space economy. The Space Economic is favored by capital as an exponential growth ecosystem. It is estimated at US$ 420 billion in 2021, and by 2030, to be in the trillion marks.
AAMA-PRD and The Centre for Innovation Design & Entrepreneurship (CIDE), CUHK-SZ invited Professor Stephen Cheung, International Council Member of OASA, and Mr. Hubie Lem, Vice Chairman of OASA, sharing with us the future of the new space economy industry and their discoveries and their journeys.


About Keynote Speakers
Professor Stephen Cheung, adjunct professor of physics at The University of Hong Kong
Educated in the US, he began his career at Stanford University, working on a space program. He later switched to medical equipment with companies in Silicon Valley. He has held senior positions in technology and management in US and Hong Kong companies.  He holds several patents on X-rays and is the author of a book on microwave technology.
Dr. Hubert Lem, Vice Chairman for External Affairs, OASA
Hubert is a New York lawyer with 25 years of experience in international finance law and legal management, starting his legal career at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York and Hong Kong, then as in-house counsel with Morgan Stanley Asia, and now as Legal Manager with WSChong & Co. Solicitors.   He did his BA in History & Sociology of Science at UPenn, MA in East Asian Studies at Yale, and JD at NYU School of Law.