Dr Sammy Li receives a two-year research grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange


李建深博士獲蔣經國國際學術交流基金會支持其研究計劃,為期兩年。

Date: 07 Jun 2016 (Tuesday)

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History scholar receives research grant from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange

歷史系學者獲蔣經國國際學術交流基金會贊助研究計劃

Dr Sammy Li, Research Assistant Professor of the Department of History, has received a two-year research grant of US$52,000 from the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange. 
 
Dr Li’s research proposal entitled “Industrial Production and Unification of the Weight System in the Qin Empire” was evaluated by the Foundation and selected as a qualifying project for its originality, feasibility and methodology to deliver long-term impact in its field. 
 
Dr Li is appreciative of the support from the University, Faculty of Social Sciences and the Department, which allows him to undertake a research project dealing with objects from ancient China, circa 200 BC. Thanking his senior colleagues for the inspiration and guidance he has received from them, he said he will try his best make the project a success.
 
Dr Li’s project is one of only eight successful fund-winning projects in the Asia-Pacific Region. For details, please refer to http://www.cckf.org/Erecipients2015-2.htm.  

歷史系研究助理教授李建深博士最近獲蔣經國國際學術交流基金會贊助五萬二千美元,支持其研究計劃,為期兩年。
 
基金會肯定李博士的研究計劃「秦帝國之工業生產與衡制一統」的原創性、可行性和研究方法,並認為計劃可以為該學科的研究帶來長遠影響。李博士感謝大學,社會科學院和歷史系的支持,亦感謝各位師長對他的啟發引導,讓他可以研究公元前200年的中國,並會竭盡所能讓研究得到滿意的成果。
 
李博士的研究計劃是亞太地區中八個成功獲基金會贊助的項目之一,詳情可參閱http://www.cckf.org/Crecipients2015-2.htm