Category: Faculty of Engineering

Malaysian delegates contributing papers for Civil Aviation conference in Nepal

Seven Malaysian delegates including the Deputy Dean of Faculty of Engineering (FE), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Prof. Dr. Sevia M. Idrus has presented a paper at the 56th Conference of Directors General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Asia-Pacific Region held in Nepal.

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6th Joint Workshop for Global Engineers in Asia & Beyond (JWGEA & B) 2019

JWGEA & B, a consortium formed among ITS Indonesia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Thailand, Ritsumeikan University Japan & Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University (ETU “LETI”) Russia, aims to groom young scientists into competitive global citizens. A range of program covering talks relevant to competitiveness, sustainability, happiness, life-long learning, and team problem-based learning was organised. Students from different countries were grouped in team to conduct field research and present a range of solutions relevant to sustainable development for the transformation of rural economy and zero-waste society. The delegations visited the wastewater sewage treatment plant at FSTP Keputih, Waste Recycling Center Jambangan and compost house, and the awards winning Eco-tourism Kampung at Genteng Chandirejo, Surabaya.

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GCRF Water Security and Sustainable Development Hub: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and Theory of Change (TOC) Workshop

GCRF Water Security & Sustainable Development Hub Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) and Theory of Change (TOC) Workshop was with the aim to develop clarity around the intended results of Malaysia collaboratory, which is central to enabling good project management.The workshop was intended to assist Malaysia collaboratory reflection on Theory of  Change in relation to a particular water security issue. The workshop is considered a great success, as all participants learnt new knowledge on TOC and MEL.

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GCRF Introductory Workshops with Stakeholders of Sg. Johor River Basin

Recently, the Centre of Environmental Sustainability and Water Security (IPASA), UTM had successfully organised two Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Introductory Workshops aimed to introduce the recently awarded GCRF project to the stakeholders of Sg. Johor River Basin. Both workshops were held at Hotel Impiana, Senai, Johor. The first introductory workshop was held on 18th of June, attended by various federal and state government agencies, private agencies and academicians. The second workshop was held on the 25th of June attended by various environment and water related NGOs, local community representatives (i.e.: Penghulu, Ketua Kampung, Tok Batin Orang Asli, and Wakil Persatuan Nelayan). The participants were full of enthusiasm and actively involved themselves in the group discussions. Plenty of on-ground knowledge and experiences were shared among the participants. Both workshops ended at 4.30 pm with a closing remark by the principal investigator.

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