James C. C. Chan

University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong


For his contributions to the advancement of electric vehicle technologies, Chan has been selected to receive the 2018 IEEE Transportation Technologies Award.

(Photo: Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences)

  • 2018 IEEE Transportation Technologies Award

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