Industry Engagement Dialogue was conducted on 18th November 2021. It is an event organized by
Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Corporate Communication Department together with International, Industrial
and Institutional Partnership Unit. The main objective of the event to discuss from industry perspective
on potential workforce to succeed in the era of the 4th Industry Revolution.
The dialogue brings the expert from various industry that actively exposed in the IR 4.0 culture. The
panel involve in the dialogue were Dr. Peter Blomeyer (German Ambassor to Malaysia), Mr. Daniel
Bernbeck (CEO of Malaysia-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Prof. Ir. Dr. Azmi Hassan
(Managing Director of German-Malaysian Institute), Dr. James J. Govindasamy (General Manager of
CIBA Vision and Mr. Christoph Muller (Senior VP Operation at B.Braun Asia Pasific).
The panels have given the opinion with regards the topics based on their experiences and
implementation at their company. The transition from the conventional methods to advance
technologies slightly affected the performance of the employees. The employees need to attend
reskilling and upskilling training to improve their knowledge in that area. The changes good for future
development of country especially Malaysia due to most of the investor keen to use the latest and
update technologies such as argumented reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Clouds, Cyber Security,
The dialogue has been attended by postgraduate students and staff of UniKL. The attendees were
exposed on several investigation study made by CIBA Vision and B.Braun on successful of
implementation new style of working environment that been implemented at their company.
ATTENDEES: Approx. 100 pax.
The 2nd International Conference on Marine and Advanced Technologies was conducted on 24th August
2021. It is annual event organized by Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering
Technology. It is home grown conference with the ideas to involve with the participation from local and
international researchers and inventors.
MARE was requested to participate in the conference with the special theme unfortunately the invitation
not capture the intention of others team members.
The conference was collaborating with the academia and stakeholder. It is the platform to change and
update the latest technologies involve in engineering and operations especially in maritime sector. More
then 75 papers have been presented during the event.
Organizer give an opportunity for MARE to advertise and promote the project during the parallel
session. The information has circulated for their info and further discussion.
The event was made successful through collaboration between the Research and Innovation Section,
Dean’s Office, Marketing Unit (MeSRA)
ATTENDEES: Approx. 100 pax.
The 1-hour talk explains the various type of pollutants such as sewage, plastics and e-waste in our environment. For a more detailed explanation, the talk focus on marine debris and plastic pollution. How we as an individual can do to reduce the marine debris also be emphasized in the talk. The students also respond how long it does take debris to decompose in the environment. After the talk, students are given a group assignment in jamboard to present I’am not plastic project.
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 Environmental Engineering Department (CVE) to present on the newly awarded international Erasmus project, Marine Coastal and Delta Sustainability for Southeast Asia (MARE). Dr. Shaharin introduced the involved organization partners, background, objectives, duration and expected outcomes of the project. He also shared the information on the potential courses that would be beneficial and related to the theme of MARE.
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 with involvements from Malaysia partner universities on Thursday 15th October 2020. During the roundtable discussion, all partners discussed on work progress and activity planning, documents needed for project reporting, possible collaborations
Poster on Roundtable Discussion among MARE Malaysia Partners
Screenshot of Roundtable Discussion by MARE Malaysia Partners
The Welcoming and Orientation Day event hosted by UniKL and UniKL MIMET was conducted on 1st
August 2021 for Bachelor programme and 17th July 2021 for postgraduate programme. It was attended
by approximately 50 new 1st year students. The briefing was conducted by Lecturer and team member,
Mrs Azila Ayub. The main contents of the briefing include the introduction of the UniKL campus as well
as the introduction to the MARE that UniKL is part of.
Information about the project as overall and the contribution of the courses in Bachelor of Maritime
Operation and Master of Maritime Operations and Management were explained. Speaker also
highlighted the possibility of student involvement in Summer School and exchange students under the
The event was made successful through collaboration between the Dean’s Office, Marketing Unit
(MeSRA) and the Academic Services Section (AcSS).