Ir. Dr Peter Kwan graduated in 1984 at the University of Glasgow and started his career as a graduate engineer in 1985 in Scotland. Later he got an MBA degree in 1990 and a DBA in 2008. His expertise are in project & construction management, energy conservation & audit, and M&E engineering. He has extensive experience in hotels, hospitals, shopping centers, club houses and various military establishments and marine structures. His last 10 years are devoted in data center engineering design and facilities management. He has a few research and publications in energy conservation, applications of Transwall and in innovation. He is a fellow member of the UK Chartered Institutions of Building Services Engineers and had served as a Subject Matter Expert in the HK Council of Academic Accreditation for 6 years and had been a Chartered Engineer interviewer before now devoting his key interests in training and teaching engineering students.
Prof. Subhash Bhalla joined the faculty of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi in 1986, at the School of Computer and Systems Sciences. He was a Visiting Scientist at Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (1987-88). He is a member of the Computer Society of IEEE and SIGMOD of ACM. He is with the Department of Computer Software at the University of Aizu. He has also toured and lectured at many industries for conducting feasibility studies and for adoption of modern techniques. He has received several grants for research projects. Prof. Bhalla currently participates in the Intelligent Dictionary System Project. He is exploring database designs to support models for Information Interchange through the World wide Web. He is working with a study team on creating user interfaces for web users and transaction management system for mobile computing. He is studying transaction management and algorithmic designs for Distributed Real-Time Systems. He is also pursuing performance evaluation and modelling of distributed algorithms.