20 Jul 2017
UM student wins bronze medal at international robotics competition
澳大學生獲國際技能賽機械人獎
Vong Chi Man (Right) and Chio Wan Long
黃志文(右)與趙雲龍

A group photo
合影

Chio Wan Long, a first-year student from the Department of Computer and Information Science, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Macau (UM), recently won a bronze medal at WorldSkills Hong Kong 2017 - Mobile Robotics. Chio’s medal-winning robot was developed under the supervision of Associate Professor Vong Chi Man.

WorldSkills Hong Kong 2017 is an international mock competition that aim to help participants prepare for the WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017 to be held in October. The event attracted participants from various countries and regions, including Russia, Japan, France, Canada, Malaysia, Singapore, mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan.

Launched in 1954, the biennial WorldSkills Competition is the biggest vocational education and skills excellence event in the world. Worldskills International is a non-profit association formed by 77 member countries and regions. The organisation aims to promote the importance of various skills in the world and provides a platform for its members to exchange ideas on how to improve vocational education and training. The Macao team in the competition was organised and supported by the Labour Affairs Bureau of the Macao SAR.

澳門大學科技學院電腦及資訊科學系一年級學生趙雲龍首次參與“香港青年技能大賽2017",與來自多個不同國家及地區的高校隊伍較量,最終奪得移動機械人組別銅獎。指導老師為該系副教授黃志文。

該大賽為“世界技能賽(阿布扎比)2017"國際級模擬賽,共吸引多個國家及地區參與,包括俄羅斯、日本、法國、加拿大、馬來西亞、新加坡、中國、香港、澳門和台灣。透過是次模擬賽,選手能更充份準備迎戰10月份舉行的世界技能大賽(阿布扎比)。

“世界技能大賽"始創於1954年,每兩年一屆,是全球技能界最具規模的技能比賽盛事。世界技能組織是一個非牟利國際組織,目前由77個國家/地區成員組成,旨在推廣技能對完善世界的重要性,為世界各國提供一個資訊交流的平台,以提各國的職業教育、職業培訓的發展水平。此外,透過該大賽以加強世界各地職業培訓的發展和資訊交流。是次澳門代表隊由勞工事務局組織及支持。