Subjects Taught at the National University of Malaysia

Pure Engineering  Subjects

  • C++ Programming (Year 1)
  • Engineering Mathematics (Year 2)
  • Advanced Devices Technology (Year 3)
  • Microelectronics Devices (Year 3)
  • Electronics Laboratory (Year 3)
  • Reliability and Integrated Circuit Characterization (Year 4)
  • Advanced Semiconductor Physics (post-graduate)
  • Digital Integrated Circuit Design (post-graduate)
  • Embedded System Design (post-graduate)

Engineering Related Subjects

  • Engineering Professionalism (Year 1)
  • Fundamental of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Year 1)
  • Small Medium Enterprises Consultation & Development (Year 2)
  • Engineering Ethics (Year 3 incl. Kuwait students)
  • Engineering Management (Year 4)
  • Cost Accounting and Engineering Economy (Year 4)
  • Research Methodology (post-graduate) 
  • Management on the High Impact Program  (Open)

Supervision (Past & Current)

1. B.Eng.

1. Design of a 16-bit RISC processor using adiabatic switching – FY project (2012) – Eng Kar Tian -completed

2. Zigbee network for home automation system- FY project (2013) – Ili Ayuni Mohd Ikhsan – completed

3. Zigbee-based wireless monitoring and control system – FY project (2013) – Mohd Syazwan – completed

4. Patient health monitoring system using a smartphone application – FY project (2014) – Faizatul Azwa Azami – completed

5. Development of electrocardiography (ECG) monitoring system using smartphone applications- FY project (2014) – Susamraine A/L Yi Lak – completed

6. Prediction of Sudden Cardiac Death Among Malaysian and Selection of its Biomarkers – FY project (2018) – Najieha Sujani – completed

7. ECG Analysis for Sudden Cardiac Death prediction – FY project (2019) – Izzat Amir – completed

8. PPG feature extraction for serum uric acid measurement– FY project (2020) – Nurliyana Muhamad Aminaldin

9. Classification of the level of gouty arthritis using PPG– FY project (2020) – Tan Ming Shin 

   
2. Msc.


1. Simulation study of Thermal Conductivity of Several Epoxies in the Die Attach- coursework (2012) – Lim Ro Meng –  completed

 2. Color Image Originality Based on Steganography in HSV Color Space – coursework (2012) – Arman Mahmoudbeik – completed

3. Transfer Process of Graphene for Sensor Applications- research  – Norlida Ramli – (completed in 2014)

4. Development of estimation technique for respiratory rate from electrocardiogram and photoplethysmogram
research – Nur Sabrina Risman – (completed in 2016)

5. The design and simulation of low power 4×4 bit Multiplier using adiabatic circuit – coursework (2018) – Nabeel Yousef Farhan Qudaisat – completed

6. Design of wearable RFID tag to monitor ambulatory patients in rehabilitation centre – causework (2019) – Nur Asma Ismail – completed

   
3. PhD

1. Design Development and Material Characterization of NEMS-based pressure sensor- research – Saat Shukri Embong – (completed in 2016) – main supervisor

 2.  The impact of human and organizational factor to reliability and maintenance of Safety Instrument System – Nur Azhani Mohamad Rosli (on-going by research) – main supervisor

3. Characterization and development of die attach techniques for miniature device trend in semiconductor packaging – Ahmad Ridzuan Abd Rahman (on-going by research) – main supervisor

4. Efficient admission control and resource allocation mechanisms for public safety communications over 5G network slice – Anuar Othman (on- going by research) – main supervisor

5. Non-invasive serum uric acid measurement using photoplethysmogram for cardiovascular disease prediction – Hafifah Ab. Hamid (on-going by research) – main supervisor.

6. Early detection of Sudden Cardiac Arrest via ECG Signal Analysis –  Mohd Zubir Suboh   (on-going research) – co supervisor

7. Pembangunan dan Keberkesanan Modul Kimia Terhadap Pencapaian Pemikiran Komputasional dan Motivasi dalam Topik Elektrokimia  – Samri Chongo (on-going research) – co supervisor

8. Ahmed Khudhur Nsaif 

 

 

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Senior Lecturer, Centre for Integrated Systems and Advanced Technologies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Apr 2011– present.

  • Delivering lectures of Microelectronic Devices, Advanced Physics Semiconductor, Advanced Devices Technology, Digital Circuit Design, Reliability and Integrated Circuit Characterization, C++ Programming, Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Management, Engineering Professionalism, Research Methodology and Engineering Ethics courses for undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students..
  • Lead author of the Academic Curriculum Chapter for Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) audit.
  • Main supervisor for five PhD (one completed) and two (both completed) MSc. candidates.
  • Led a research group on Low-power Adiabatic Circuit Central Processing Unit (CPU) under the Young Researcher’s Grant (USD 12900).
  • Led a team on developing a Business Simulation under the Strategic Action Plan Research Grant (USD 3900).
  • Led a team on enhancing critical thinking skills of UKM students through alumni mentoring and computational thinking methods under the Key Result Area Research Grant (USD 3800).
  • Principal investigator of the  M-Cardiac System for Physiological Signs Monitoring of  the Economic Transfer Plan (ETP) Research Grant (USD 23700).
  • Presented at four international conferences to audience of up to one hundred academics.
  • Published seven research articles in international journals.
  • Trained Saudi Arabian electrical engineers on the Electrical Distribution Equipment Operation and Maintenance in Vienna, Austria.
  • Trained Saudi Arabian financial controller on the Data Analysis Techniques in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Trained Omani telecommunication engineer on Tetra System Overview in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  • Trained Petron utility engineer on the Control Systems and Saudi Arabian telecommunication engineer on the Tetra System in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Developed a complete curriculum standard of Electrical & Electronics Engineering for Technical Secondary Schools, invited by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
  • Giving talks at the University of Sheffield and University of Malaya on the path in becoming an engineer.

Director, Centre for Alumni Relations, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Jul 2018 – present.

  • Enhancing relationship between UKM and UKM alumni by organizing Alumni Run 2018 where 300 guests attended; including alumni, UKM Staff and students.
  • Publishing bi-annually alumni bulletin and bi-monthly online newsletter.
  • Networking with alumni continuously.
  • Planning and executing alumni mentoring program.

Deputy Director (Alumni Relations), Centre for Students Development & Alumni Relations, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Feb 2017 – Jul 2018.

  • Enhancing relationship between UKM and UKM alumni by acting as the Director of the 2017 Royal Dinner With Alumni where 700 guests attended; including royals, ministers, VIPs and Alumni.
  • Organizing other events such as Alumni Talk, Vice Chancellor Interaction with Alumni and Alumni Mentoring.
  • Working with a group of five people on tracing all 199,000 UKM alumni and updating the alumni information system.
  • Attending and giving talks at UKM alumni gathering.
  • Introducing the functions of the Centre for Students Development and Alumni Relations to postgraduate students and visiting students from overseas.

CESMED

Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship Development & Consultancy Programme, Centre for Entrepreneurship and SME Development, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Mar 2012 – Mar 2014.

  • Main coordinator of the business simulation module for groups of up to 3500 students.
  • Led the business simulation training sessions for lecturers.
  • Collaborated with professors from Steven Institute of Technology, New Jersey and Minnesota State University on the implementation of entrepreneurship courses to UKM students.
  • Trained vocational and technical college lecturers in Brunei on problem-based learning (PBL), project-oriented problem based learning (POPBL) and business simulations.
  • Delivered lectures of Fundamental of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Small Medium Enterprises Consultation & Development to engineering students.

mimos

Visiting Academic, Dept. of Nanotechnology, Mimos Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA. Jan 2012 – Aug 2012.

  • Designed a dissolved oxygen sensor.
  • Gained expertise in a broad range of product development and research management areas.

scp

Senior Engineer, Dept. of Research & Development, STATSChipPAC Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA. May 2003 – Apr 2005.

  • Led a group of five engineers on the development of 12x12mm QFN multi chip module package.
  • Responsible for end of line (EOL) material selection gauged by an electrical and reliability test.
  • Designed a high unit density QFN to reduce per unit cost.
  • Prepared evaluation reports, design and process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), control plan and process specification.

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Test Engineer, Dept. of Final Test, Unisem (M) Berhad, Perak MALAYSIA. Feb 2001 – May 2003.

  • Responsible for electrical test system set up and test program development for integrated circuits.
  • Verified electrical test rejects by observing wave form using a parametric analyzer bench tester.

hitachi

Design Engineer, Hitachi Air-conditioning Products, Bangi, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Aug 2000 – Nov 2000.

Designer, Dept. of Air-Conditioning System Design, Hitachi Appliances, Tochigi, JAPAN.  Apr 1998– Jul 2000.

  • Developed drawings for the case of Hitachi’s first 4-way ceiling type air-conditioning and presented it to senior management.
  • Ran a performance test on a prototype model.

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Senior Lecturer, Centre for Integrated Systems and Advanced Technologies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Apr 2011– present.

  • Delivering lectures of Microelectronic Devices, Advanced Physics Semiconductor, Advanced Devices Technology, Digital Circuit Design, Reliability and Integrated Circuit Characterization, C++ Programming, Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Management, Engineering Professionalism, Research Methodology and Engineering Ethics courses for undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students..
  • Lead author of the Academic Curriculum Chapter for Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) audit.
  • Main supervisor for five PhD (one completed) and two (both completed) MSc. candidates.
  • Led a research group on Low-power Adiabatic Circuit Central Processing Unit (CPU) under the Young Researcher’s Grant (USD 12900).
  • Led a team on developing a Business Simulation under the Strategic Action Plan Research Grant (USD 3900).
  • Led a team on enhancing critical thinking skills of UKM students through alumni mentoring and computational thinking methods under the Key Result Area Research Grant (USD 3800).
  • Principal investigator of the  M-Cardiac System for Physiological Signs Monitoring of  the Economic Transfer Plan (ETP) Research Grant (USD 23700).
  • Presented at four international conferences to audience of up to one hundred academics.
  • Published seven research articles in international journals.
  • Trained Saudi Arabian electrical engineers on the Electrical Distribution Equipment Operation and Maintenance in Vienna, Austria.
  • Trained Saudi Arabian financial controller on the Data Analysis Techniques in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Trained Omani telecommunication engineer on Tetra System Overview in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
  • Trained Petron utility engineer on the Control Systems and Saudi Arabian telecommunication engineer on the Tetra System in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Developed a complete curriculum standard of Electrical & Electronics Engineering for Technical Secondary Schools, invited by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
  • Giving talks at the University of Sheffield and University of Malaya on the path in becoming an engineer.

Director, Centre for Alumni Relations, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Jul 2018 – present.

  • Enhancing relationship between UKM and UKM alumni by organizing Alumni Run 2018 where 300 guests attended; including alumni, UKM Staff and students.
  • Publishing bi-annually alumni bulletin and bi-monthly online newsletter.
  • Networking with alumni continuously.
  • Planning and executing alumni mentoring program.

Deputy Director (Alumni Relations), Centre for Students Development & Alumni Relations, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Feb 2017 – Jul 2018.

  • Enhancing relationship between UKM and UKM alumni by acting as the Director of the 2017 Royal Dinner With Alumni where 700 guests attended; including royals, ministers, VIPs and Alumni.
  • Organizing other events such as Alumni Talk, Vice Chancellor Interaction with Alumni and Alumni Mentoring.
  • Working with a group of five people on tracing all 199,000 UKM alumni and updating the alumni information system.
  • Attending and giving talks at UKM alumni gathering.
  • Introducing the functions of the Centre for Students Development and Alumni Relations to postgraduate students and visiting students from overseas.

CESMED

Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship Development & Consultancy Programme, Centre for Entrepreneurship and SME Development, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Mar 2012 – Mar 2014.

  • Main coordinator of the business simulation module for groups of up to 3500 students.
  • Led the business simulation training sessions for lecturers.
  • Collaborated with professors from Steven Institute of Technology, New Jersey and Minnesota State University on the implementation of entrepreneurship courses to UKM students.
  • Trained vocational and technical college lecturers in Brunei on problem-based learning (PBL), project-oriented problem based learning (POPBL) and business simulations.
  • Delivered lectures of Fundamental of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Small Medium Enterprises Consultation & Development to engineering students.

mimos

Visiting Academic, Dept. of Nanotechnology, Mimos Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA. Jan 2012 – Aug 2012.

  • Designed a dissolved oxygen sensor.
  • Gained expertise in a broad range of product development and research management areas.

scp

Senior Engineer, Dept. of Research & Development, STATSChipPAC Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA. May 2003 – Apr 2005.

  • Led a group of five engineers on the development of 12x12mm QFN multi chip module package.
  • Responsible for end of line (EOL) material selection gauged by an electrical and reliability test.
  • Designed a high unit density QFN to reduce per unit cost.
  • Prepared evaluation reports, design and process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), control plan and process specification.

logo_unisem

Test Engineer, Dept. of Final Test, Unisem (M) Berhad, Perak MALAYSIA. Feb 2001 – May 2003.

  • Responsible for electrical test system set up and test program development for integrated circuits.
  • Verified electrical test rejects by observing wave form using a parametric analyzer bench tester.

hitachi

Design Engineer, Hitachi Air-conditioning Products, Bangi, Selangor, MALAYSIA. Aug 2000 – Nov 2000.

Designer, Dept. of Air-Conditioning System Design, Hitachi Appliances, Tochigi, JAPAN.  Apr 1998– Jul 2000.

  • Developed drawings for the case of Hitachi’s first 4-way ceiling type air-conditioning and presented it to senior management.
  • Ran a performance test on a prototype model.
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