Research Centres

 

Centre for Wireless Technology (CWT) is a foundational platform to develop a wireless research environment that produces high talented students as future leaders in academia, industry, and government. CWT aspires to prepare researchers to be an exceptional engineers and educators by integrating research and teaching to provide high impact learning and practice while serving as an international beacon in engineering research and academia. CWT aims to support and enhance wireless engineering curriculum through the lab members’ research contributions in the theoretical and practical aspects of wireless technologies. Through research and development, training and outreach activities, a wide range of smart connected wireless devices and technologies will be created, and enhance even more personalized and intelligent user experiences of wireless ecosystem in the horizon.

 

Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS)

The Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS) is set up to consolidate research and innovation in the general scope of microelectronics which necessitate various components such as opto-electronics and nano-electronics material, device, design, fabrication and characterisation, application-specific microchip, and microprocessor circuit designs, and intelligent system and control models.

 

Fiber Optic Research Centre (FORC)

The Fiber Optic Research Centre (FORC) is a center that focuses on design, fabrication and characterization of fiber-based devices for communication systems and sensor applications..

 

Centre for Electric Energy and Automation (CEEA)

The Centre for Electric Energy and Automation (CEEA) is set up to focus on research and development in the areas of electric energy and automation and their applications for the benefits of humanities in general and manufacturing industries in particular.

 

Centre for Digital Home

Digital Home Project is funded by Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), in collaboration with Multimedia University and various industry partners, namely LG, TMNET, Maxis, CTC Resources, EOM System, ASTRO, Intel and Senstech. The main objective of MCMC/MMU Digital Home Lab is to showcase the latest digital home technology and lifestyle using broadband internet access, especially high speed broadband, to the general public. It is one of the initiatives taken by MCMC under the MyICMS 886 strategy for the promotion of broadband usage and digital lifestyle. Now, with the latest technology trend toward Internet of things (IoT), which involve billions of connected devices, Digital home Lab is now transforming itself into a state of the art IoT incubator.