ASTRI is governed by a Board of Directors which has representation from the academic, industrial and commercial sectors and the HKSAR Government. Directors are appointed by the Government and have collective responsibility for ASTRI’s leadership, policy and strategic directions.
To achieve good governance, the Board, with the support from ASTRI’s management team, steers the Institute through changing terms and conditions of the business environment in which ASTRI operates. While ensuring exemplary corporate behaviours, the Board maintains a particular focus on the needs of the industrial sectors.
The Board and the management adhere to the four key management objectives of ASTRI: transparency, speed, user-friendliness and governance. Learn more about Functions of the Board here.
The Board of Directors comprises of the following:
(In alphabetical order according to surname)
- Prof Chan Chun-kwong
- Prof Christopher Chao Yu-hang
- Mr Stephen Chau Kam-kun
- Mr Charles Chow Sai-keung
- Mr Steve Chuang Tzu-hsiung
- Mr Stephen Ho Wai-chung
- Prof Lam Tak-wah
- Mr Edmund Lee Chi-wai
- Prof Sabrina Lin Man-yee
- Mr Theodore Ma Heng
- Mr Peter Ng Hon-yu
- Ir Prof Joseph Ng Kee-yin
- Dr Alfred Ng Man-cheuk
- Ir Dr Samson Tai Kin-hon
- Mr Anthony Tong Tat-hay
- Mr Wilfred Wong Kam-pui, BBS, JP
- Ms Ada Wong Yin-man
- Ms Annie Choi Suk-han, JP, Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology
- Ms Rebecca Pun Ting-ting, JP, Commissioner for Innovation and Technology
The Register of Directors’ Interests is available for public inspection at ASTRI Headquarters, 5/F, Photonics Centre, 2 Science Park East Avenue, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, Hong Kong. Member of the public may contact Mr Sam Lee on (852) 3406 2627 for arrangement of inspection.
Ir Sunny Lee Wai-kwong, JP is the Board Chairman of Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited. Ir Lee is a veteran in innovation and technology leadership, with over 30 years of experience in business and technology management in Hong Kong and abroad. He is currently Vice‑President (Administration) of the City University of Hong Kong, responsible for a portfolio of central administration functions.