Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) (Electronics majoring in Nanotechnology)
(R2/523/6/0010) 05/20 (MQA/FA3563)
For students planning for professional careers in the field of microelectronics and nanoelectronics, this four-year nanotechnology programme provides a complete undergraduate training in the electronics and nanoelectronics-related fields, such as nanomaterials, nanoscience, nanofabrication technology, nanoelectronic devices, MEMS/NMES, and diagnostic technology.
In addition, students are also introduced to basic engineering training in circuit and signal analysis, field theory, electronics, control theory, digital logic, communications and engineering mathematics. To better prepare the students for a professional career in engineering, courses in management, economics, accounting and law are also included. This programme provides students with industrial experience and research training with industrial training and graduate projects.
Acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to solve complex engineering problems.
Acquire technical competencies in a specialised engineering discipline to solve complex engineering problems.
Identify and analyse complex engineering problems to reach substantiated conclusions using fundamental principles of mathematics, science and engineering.
Design solutions for complex engineering problems that meet specified needs with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, society and the environment.
Conduct research–based investigations into complex engineering problems to reach valid conclusions.
Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools to complex engineering activities.
Apply appropriate reasoning to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues that are relevant to professional engineering practice, and solutions to complex engineering problems.
Understand the impact to sustainability, society and the environment in the design and development of professional engineering solutions to complex engineering problems.
Apply and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities in engineering practice.
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities in both oral and written forms.
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader of a team in multidisciplinary environments.
Recognise the need for, and acquire the ability to engage in life-long learning amidst change.
Demonstrate engineering and management principles, as a member and leader of a team, in managing projects in multidisciplinary environments.
Dr. Sin Yew Keong
Dr. Nisha Kumari Devaraj
Assistant Programme Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Ong Duu Sheng
Prof. Dr. Wong Hin Yong
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Kah Yoong
Assoc. Prof. Yap Seong Shan
Dr. A.S.M Mukter Uz Zaman
Dr. Lee Lini @ Lini Lee
Dr. Philip Tan Beow Yew
|Qualifications||2009 Ph.D. / Electrical & Electronic Engineering Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
2001 M. Sc. / Electrical and Electronic Engineering Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
1999 B. Sc. (Hons) / Physics Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
|Position and Organisation||Device Modeling – Member of Technical Staff (Manager)
Silterra Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Kulim, Kedah
Prof. Dr. John P. R. David
|Qualifications||Ph.D. on ‘Computer studies of microwave MESFET performance’, awarded Ph.D. in 1983
Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
University of Sheffield
|Position and Organisation||Head Department,
Dept. of Electronic & Electrical Engineering,
University of Sheffield.
|Duration of Appointment||Session 2017/2018 – Session 2019/2020|