It's a proud day for me ... 2 of my final year engineering students won 3 Best Project Awards; Iqmal (on the right) won 2 awards, Best Innovative and Best Overall (Mechanical Engineering), Ng Kaiding won another Best Innovative Award ... Congratulations Guys ... you made me very proud indeed : ))
It was a privilege and an honour to have been invited to speak at MAHSA university on their Engineering, Science & Technology Exhibition (ESTE). I also served as a judge and helped evaluate some of their students' work. It was fantastic and MAHSA students (Diploma and Degree) showed great promise.
What a great way to start the new year, on Jan 10th, 2020 I received this lovely news. The paper documents our work on the Water Management Project, which we have been working on for nearly 2 years.
As part of the Collaboration between UNITEN and MUST, I travelled to Taiwan to conduct a workshop on IoT, titled: IoT Implementation; Challenges & Possibilities. The Visit also included talks with colleagues from MUST on future academic collaboration (More on this later)
After nearly 3 years of work, be it in my labs at UNITEN, or on sites at TV Alhijrah, as well as the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI), I was able to convert my Chartered Engineer (CEng), obtained in 2018, to PEng. (More on this later)
As part of my participation in the International Graduate Conference on Energy, Engineering, Technology & Business Management 2019 (iGRAD2019), I was a member of the panel conducting the Pre-conference workshop.
After a 3-day course and examination on the Internet of Things (IoT), I was awarded this certification by MIMOS, Malaysia's national R&D Centre. This is the culmination of my 3 years work on IoT, during which I completed projects, published papers, registered patents, and conducted workshops and hands-on training sessions.