Establishment of sectoral collaborative platforms in each PC

We explored the range of incentives for employers to participate in the debates on curriculum, in development and teaching in the field of CDM sustainable management and in the actual curriculum development and teaching, in research support, and in governance and QA arrangements, and determined the way to institutionalise the incentives. SCPs are set as an open-to-join multiple-party agreements; functionally it is an initiative initially hosted by PC academic partners on a recurrent basis, with focal points providing management and organisational support, calling meetings and supporting organisation of SCPs training events, national seminars, conferences, exhibitions (c.a. 3-4 years after the end of the project; the operational costs will be covered by hosting partners, and from revenues coming from memberships (the option to be explored), exhibition and conference fees. MARE platforms are officially launched, initially consisting of the broader (formal and informal) MARE project partnership and its praxis partners.

 

Seminars organiased by UTP

Seminars for administrators and stakeholders and other onsite events UTP On 6th of February 2020, during Session 1, Dr. Shaharin has invited new team members from Mechanical Engineering Department (ME), Petroleum Engineering Department (PE), and Civil and...

MARE Webinar organized by UTM

SESSION 2 Date: 9th December – 10th December 2020 Time: 9.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. Venue: WEBEX (Online Platform) Audience: Participants from Malaysia partner universities (UTP, UTM, UMT, and UniKL) MARE Webinar organized by UTM On Wednesday 9th December 2020, an internal...

Roundtable Discussion organized by UTM

SESSION 1 Date: 15th October 2020 Time: 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. Venue: Microsoft Teams (Online Platform) Audience: Participants from Malaysia partner universities (UTP, UTM, UMT, and UniKL) In conjunction with Erasmus Days, a roundtable discussion was organized by UTM...

ANNUAL NATIONAL WEBMINAR ON MARINE GEOLOGY

1.0 OBJECTIVE To propose an engagement planning with the stakeholders through series of webinar and sharing session with collaboration between other higher learning institution focusing on the and theme of Coastal, Marine and Delta. 2.0 BACKGROUND The effectiveness of...

Profiles of MARE PhD students

MARE PhD students as of the fall 2021     Name of the student, year Supervisor Thesis title Partner 1 Nursahliza Binti Muhamat Yain, 2018-22 Prof. Adi Maimun Diverter Effect on Vertical Axis Current Turbine Universiti Teknologi Malaysia 2 Khor Wei Han, 2019-22...

15 July 2021 -Geoscience Webinar Series by UTP and UMT

A series of online webinars that cover various topic on Geoscience has been conducted by the Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) and Universiti Malaysia Terengganu. The webinar series aimed to provide insightful and latest findings within geoscience field to students...

eMARE

In accordance with the project work plan, the infrastructure was modernized at all partner universities aimed by introducing modern ICT technologies into the training of academia in the field of marine environment and ecosystem. At the preliminary stage of the...

MARE research framework – the questionnaire

The name of the partner organisation: Insstitute of Oceanography and Environment, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu Contact person and e-mail address: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Fadzil Mohd Akhir, mfadzil@umt.edu.my Departments or other academic units at your organisation...

Master and PhD Research framework

The MARE research framework is a framing document outlining issues, problems, discussing the latest international literature and possible directions of relevant PhD research. It is based on an overview of policy-relevant issues related to the thematic scope of MARE...

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