SHAH ALAM, 6 Apr. – Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) spin off company, Membrane Technology (M) Sdn. Bhd. (MTMSB) has entered into a …
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) had successfully secured the international funding support to organise a Regional Conference under the field of Environmental Engineering namely as the jointly Regional Congress on Membrane Technology 2020 (RCOM2020) and Regional Conference in Environmental Engineering (RCEnvE) 2020. This conference is chaired by Associate Professor Dr. Juhana Jaafar from Advanced Membrane Technology Research Centre (AMTEC), School of Chemical and Energy Engineering, UTM. The conference will be held on 26th August 2020 till 27th August 2020 at Royal Widad Residence@UTMKL, Kuala Lumpur.
UTM in collaboration with MCMC, ARM, Celcom Axiata Berhad and Ericsson Malaysia hosted the ASEAN Makerthon 2019 from 02nd to 04th December 2019 at the UTM-Ericsson 5G Innovation Center (IC5G) in UTM Kuala Lumpur campus. The three-day event was the first to launch Makerthon using a closed-source 5G network.
School of Chemical & Energy Engineering (SCEE) had successfully hosted 191 students and 5 lecturers from Akamigas Polytechnic of Palembang for Summer School: Oil & Gas Learning Experience (OG-X) 2019. This is in fact the second year of the same program was conducted, following the success of 2018’s Summer School and in 2019 OG-X was conducted in collaboration with Advanced Membrane Technology Research Centre (AMTEC) to also expose the participants to research activities in SCEE.
Membrane technology, the golden goose egg of AMTEC is getting more and more recognition from national and international level for its promising potential for the prosperity of mankind. Recently, as reported by the Malaysian mainstream media UTUSAN newspaper, AMTEC research team consisted of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hafiz and members have successfully produced clean drinking water extracted from seawater by using their special membrane distillation system.