We are proud to announce another milestone achieved by our students from the Faculty of Engineering (FOE) in the recent IEEE Malaysia Best Final Year Project (FYP) Competition. There were 19 awards categories offered in this competition. The students received their awards in three categories and walked away with cash prizes together with the certificate of achievement at the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC), Cyberjaya on 12 October 2019.

Muhammad Zahrul Azham Eman and Nor Farisha Irwayu Azizul were announced as the first and second winners respectively for Technology and Engineering Management track. Muhammad Azrul developed a template for the risk assessment for lightning protection system design based on IEC 62305-2:2016, while Nor Farisha developed a design template for solar power installation.

For Consumer Electronic track, Tham Kok Yen and Cheam Tat Wah secured the first place with their project entitled “Development of a Bi-level Web Connected Home Access System using Multi-Deep Learning Neural Network”. The second place went to Mohammed Hussein Saleh Mohammed Haram with a project entitled ‘Design and Development of a Solar-Enabled Smart Horticulture Farming System’.

Ahmad Hafiz Ahmad Tahiruddin bagged the first place under the Young Innovator Award. He designed and developed a robotic companion integrated with online quiz aimed at enhancing learner experience. Mohammed Hussein, who won an award under the Consumer Electronic track, also won the second place under the Young Innovator Award category.

Congratulations on this great accomplishment!