Faculty of Science

Promoting and strengthening international collaborations in the new normal with iADORE2020.

The International Symposium on Advanced Statistical Data Analysis and Operational Research (iADORE2020) was successfully held online on 7 and 8 December 2020 via Cisco Webex Event platform. This symposium was organized by members from three research groups at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, UTM namely Climate Change Research Group (CCRG), Statistical Modelling …

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UTM Students Participated in Simon Marais Mathematics Competition

Twenty UTM undergraduates from the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science were amongst 587 participants who took part in the Simon Marais Mathematics Competition on Saturday, 18 October 2020. This year, the annual competition was held online for the first time due to the Covid-19 situation that has been gripping the world recently. The …

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UTM Alumni Share Experiences as Science Students in Welcoming Freshman to Faculty of Science

Alumni of the Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) had gathered to welcome new students from the 2020/2021 session. There was a video created to give early exposure to the freshman about what it is like to study at the faculty including their learning processes and personal experiences. Four selected alumni were given a …

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UTM Biosciences Alumni Produce Video for New Students

Alumni from the diverse academic session of Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), gathered to welcome new students from the 2020/2021 sessions. A total of four alumni have voluntarily shared their unforgettable experiences and memories throughout their studies through a video. Along with the sharing, a short virtual tour of the …

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Applied Algebra And Analysis Research Group Bi-Weekly Seminar Series

The two seminars were attended by more than 120 participants from over 12 different countries around the world (some of them are: Indonesia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Lybia), including students and academic staff. The next seminar is coming up on 7 December 2020.

Biosciences Alumni Society: Engagement Activities of The Year

Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Science, in collaboration with Biosciences Alumni Society (BiosAS) had successfully organized and hosted two webinars for the 4th year students who are about to graduate. The webinars aimed to guide and share relevant information, tips and experiences to prepare these students for their future in deciding the next step in life after graduation.

UTM-NCU India Webinar on Potential Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial Nanomaterials Applications Including Covid Pandemic

A Webinar on Potential Anti-Viral and Anti-Bacterial Nanomaterials Applications Including Covid Pandemic discussed the contagious diseases due to the fatal pathogens, microbes, bacteria and viruses including the newest coronavirus (Covid-19) that turned out to be one of the main distress globally nowadays.

International Webinar Series on Computational Fluid Dynamics 2020

The International Webinar Series on Computational Fluid Dynamics 2020 (IWSCFD 2020) was successfully organized by two research groups (Fluid Mechanics and Industrial and Scientific Computation) from the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) on 1st to 3rd September 2020 through Webex online platform. 

CAMS 2020 Prepares Students for Future Career in Sciences and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) organized ‘Careers and Alumni Fair for Sciences and Mathematics Students (CAMS 2020) – Chemistry Edition’ on the 3rd of September 2020 for Chemistry final year students.