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Home > About HKCC > Staff Directory > Division of Business > LAU, Joseph Yui-yip
Division of Business
Mr LAU, Joseph Yui-yip

Lecturer 講師

BSc, MSc [PolyU(H.K.)]; CMILT; Member (Institute of Seatransport); FSTLA

Email: yylau@hkcc-polyu.edu.hk

Teaching and Scholarly Interests:

  • Management & Marketing

Research-Scholarly Activities | Professional Activities/Achievements

Mr Joseph Lau graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and received a BSc (Hons) in International Shipping and Transport Logistics in 2007. He was placed on the Dean’s List because of his outstanding academic performance during his bachelor’s degree studies. He received his Master of Science in International Shipping and Transport Logistics from PolyU in 2009.

Prior to joining HKCC, Mr Lau was working in the transport and logistics industry. His experience covers freight forwarding, third party logistics provider and air cargo terminal. He earned different professional qualifications pertaining to The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), the Institute of Seatransport, and Hong Kong Sea Transport and Logistics Association (HKSTLA). On the other hand, Mr Lau has solid work experience in the education sector. He was responsible for programme registration and quality assurance system.

Mr Lau started his research life as a research assistant at PolyU in 2008. Until now, he has published more than 100 research papers in international journals and professional magazines, and contributed book chapters and presented numerous papers in international conferences. He has collaborated with scholars from more than 20 countries and regions spreading over five continents on research projects. He has also secured over HK$ 5.7 million research grants. Recently, he has been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Institute of Seatransport in recognition of his outstanding performance on research and the Best Paper Award in an international leading conference. In addition, he has participated in different consultancy projects with various (inter-)governmental organisations, academic institutions and industrial associations, e.g. Trade and Industry Department, China Communications & Transport Association (CCTA), The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), the Institute of Seatransport, Hong Kong Sea Transport and Logistics Association (HKSTLA), and PolyU. In 2016, he has been appointed as Associate, University of Manitoba, Transport Institute, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. His research interests are Transport History, Maritime Transport, Air Transport, Port Planning, Supply Chain Management, Green Transport, Maritime Law, Public Transport, Maritime Education and Human Geography.

Mr Lau has been active in community services and scholarly activities. For example, he is an executive committee member of the Institute of Seatransport (2010-2014), an organising committee member of Wofoo Social Enterprises, Chairman of the Young Members Committee of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK) (2008-2010), an editorial board member of Seaview, a reviewer of Maritime Policy & Management, Journal of Transport Geography, Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering and leading international conferences. He has played an active role in organising many international conferences, such as the Doctor of Education Conference, the University of Bristol (held in Hong Kong, 2016-2018), the World Transport Convention (held in Beijing, China, 2017), the International Conference on Innovative Development of E-commerce and Logistics (held in Zhengzhou, China, 2017), the BIT’s World Gene Convention (held in Macau, China, 2017), and the Higher Education Forum.

Mr Lau joined HKCC as he would like to teach and share his knowledge with students. He now teaches courses in Logistics and Management.