IEEE CAS Malaysia Hi-Tea 2014 | 18 Sept 2014

Dear IEEE Members,

You are cordially invited to attend an IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CAS) Malaysia (M) Chapter High Tea event at Shangri La Hotel, Putrajaya on Thursday, September 18th 2014 at 2pm.

Agenda:
2:00 pm:
Welcoming Remark (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fawnizu Azmadi Hussin – Chair, IEEE Circuits and Systems (M) Chapter)
2:15 pm:
Research Talk (Accelerating Economic Growth through targeted Research Collaboration in The Electrical & Electronic Sector – Dr Nor Azmi Alias, CREST)
2:45 pm:
Research Talk (Commercialization of Innovation and Research – Dr. Masuri Othman, MOSTI)
3:15 pm:
IEEE CAS Awards Giving Ceremony
3:30 pm:
Sharing Session with Dissertation Winner
4:00 pm:
Research Talk (Internet of Things – Mr. S. F. Tsen, Intel)
5:00 pm:
Closing Remark

For registration, please click this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CAS_HiTea_2014


This event is one of the 2014 IEEE CAS Outreach Initiatives, which will help both society and members from universities and industries to exchange ideas, especially in research and not to forget planning collaboration and exchanging products commercialization ideas in Circuits and Systems research. For IEEE CAS (M) Chapter this means to expose to all, that members in the society can provide help in enhancing and sharing the knowledge in Circuits and Systems and also provide activities that can give valuable benefits to those who are interested. For IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Malaysia Chapter, the High Tea benefits many individuals and groups with a good expertise a year through programs such developmental training, seminar and workshop, school innovative and creative services and community awareness on the society.


SPEAKERS’ BIOGRAPHIES

Dr. Nor Azmi Alias obtained his BSc, MSc and PhD  in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island, specializing in the field of corrosion science and technology, specifically in the application of localized impedance spectroscopy methodology, photoelectron spectroscopy and phase transformation in characterizing degradation  and protection of alloys, tribological coatings and polymer matrix composites in marine environment. He has more than 15 years industrial R&D experience, in technical and management roles,  in semiconductor packaging, electronic chemicals, electrochemical applications, and telecommunication product design and components technology.


Dr. Masuri Othman obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Master’s degree in Optoelectronics and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Microelectronics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Universiti of Essex, UK and University of Southampton, UK respectively. He joined The National University of Malaysia in 1978 until to the post of Professor in Microelectronics in 1996. His last position in UKM was The Deputy Director of The Institute of Micro and Nanoelectronics (IMEN) from 2004-2006.
In 2006, he moved to MIMOS to takeup the post of The Director of MEMS and Microsystem and subsequently to become the Chief Research Director in MEMS and Nanotechnology until 2011.
In July 2011, he has been with The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation as The Director of Commercialisation in charge of the technology commercialisation. He is looking into the commercialisation of MOSTI-funded through e-science and Pre-comm projects and work closely with the Venture Capitals such as MTDC and MDV as well as The Biotech Corp Technology to commercialise MOSTI Technologies.


Mr. SF Tsen joined Intel in 1992. He spent his early years as a Technical Marketing Engineer, responsible for Intel 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers. During those early years in Intel, he worked on enabling new products/technology, example Intel 8051 Microcontrollers & Universal Serial Bus (USB) into the industry. In year 2000, he help to setup a software engineering team in the embedded group. The team worked on media streaming, Intel Network Processors and Video Analytics. Today, he manages the Platform Applications Engineering team. 

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