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first_imgRef.: 503501Work type: Full-timeDepartment: Department of Psychology (30200)Categories: Academic-related StaffHong KongApplications are invited for appointment as Post-doctoralFellow in the Department of Psychology (Ref.: 503501) tocommence as soon as possible thereafter for three years, with thepossibility of renewal subject to satisfactory performance andfunding availability.Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree inDevelopmental/Educational Psychology or other related discipline.They should have good academic publication record indevelopmental/educational psychology and familiarity with theliterature on mathematical cognition. Knowledge and experience indeveloping standardize assessment tool and/or mobile learningapplications are desirable. Applicants should also have a highlevel of writing proficiency in English and demonstrated ability inwriting up research findings for both academic and generalaudiences. They should be self-motivated, have good sense ofresponsibility, and be able to work independently and within ateam.The appointee will work on a project on the development of acomprehensive assessment system for identifying and supportingchildren with mathematics learning difficulties. Duties willinclude literature review; preparation of assessment andintervention materials; liaison with external parties; supervisionof research staff and research interns; data processing and dataanalysis; preparation of manuscript and reports; development of newresearch initiatives and other research-related duties asassigned.Applicants who have responded to the previous advertisement (Ref:503272) need not re-apply.A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications andexperience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medicalbenefits.The University only accepts online application for the above post.Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V., andprovide three referees’ name and contact details on the onlineapplication form. Review of applications will commence as soon aspossible and continue until April 2, 2021 (extended to May 2,2021), or until the post is filled, whichever is earlier.Advertised: Mar 11, 2021 (HK Time)Applications close: May 2, 2021 (HK Time)last_img read more

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first_imgParts and glass distributor Carlyle Bus & Coach has been acquired by LPW Europe.Established in 1972, LPW Europe is a vehicle cleaning specialist. Both companies are hoping to grow through each other’s markets.West Bromwich-based Carlyle will retain its distinct brand and independence.John Turton and Neil Bottrill have both retired from Carlyle’s board.Mo Hassanyeh, previously Operations Director, has been promoted to Managing Director.The Carlyle management team has also recruited Sheila Tomkins as Purchasing Manager and Dale Leach as Glazing Manager.Mr Hassanyeh says: “I am extremely excited by the acquisition, which will now allow us to build on our growth strategy to become the customer’s first choice in the supply of vehicle parts and glass, while continually improving our service and performance levels across all divisions.”Laurie Moon, Group CEO, adds: “LPW Europe’s acquisition of Carlyle Bus & Coach provides a major growth opportunity for both of our businesses, through an extended service offering to our clients. We are excited to continue into the next chapter.”last_img read more

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first_imgPROBLEMS with snow and ice blocking points during cold weather can be avoided with IceSolution point heaters. Developed by Holland Railconsult, these use natural heat stored in the soil to heat the rails in winter and can work in reverse to prevent heat affecting rails in hot weather. A fully-closed vertical heat exchanger installed deep in the ground extracts the natural heat which is stored up in the earth during the summer. The required ground loop length, heat pump capacity and heat exchanger construction is calculated to match a particular turnout design. The pipe network is manufactured from well-insulated recyclable plastic, with a heat-conducting paste between the heat exchanger and rail to increase efficiency.An intelligent control system switches the system in and out of use as required, and the design will function during continuous snow fall of up to 50mm/h and temperatures down to -20íC.Holland Railconsult claims IceSolution can give an 80% reduction in energy consumption compared to traditional point heaters, leading to a significant cost reduction. Maintenance costs are low, and CO2 emissions are cut to almost zero. The heat exchanger can remain in place during track maintenance, and is suitable for fitting to all types of turnout found on the Netherlands rail network.Holland Railconsult, NetherlandsReader Enquiry Number: 144last_img read more

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first_imgWe spoke to Leasing Administration Specialist Parker McWilliams at an October 22 open house at Kenai Peninsula College. McWilliams: “ My understanding is they’ll be November 12th-14th down here on the Peninsula and we’re going to make sure to put out a public announcement  ahead of time and try to get the word out on those meetings. This scoping process would be the beginning of the National Environmental Policy Act analysis for this sale. Potentially, we’re about three years out from potentially holding this sale if the decision is made to proceed.’ This is part of the public comment period discussing federal waters in the Cook Inlet being opened to oil and gas lease sales by 2018 as part of a Bureau of Ocean Energy Management plan. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Tomorrow, November 12, begins the first of five scoping meetings by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management across the Kenai Peninsula. The next scoping meeting to be held in Soldotna will be Friday, November 14, at the Kenai Peninsula College at 7 pm.center_img Other scoping meetings: For the entire timeline of Cook Inlet Oil and Gas Lease Sale 244, click here. Nov. 12, 7pm Seldovia (Tribal Conference Center)Nov. 13, noon Nanwalek (Tribal Community Center)Nov. 13, 7pm Homer (Bidarka Inn)Nov. 24, 7pm Anchorage (Loussac Library)last_img read more

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