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Dr. Tan Wooi Nee
Dr. Tan received a Sc Comp & Ed (Hons), MSc in Mathematics and PhD in Mathematics from the Technology University of Malaysia. Her research interests include mathematical modelling of dynamical systems, optimization in applied engineering problems and image processing. She is currently attached to the Faculty of Engineering in Multimedia University as a lecturer. She has experiences in developing the optimization model related to smart grid, demand-side management and telecommunication network.
Faculty of Engineering (FOE)
Dr. Zubaida Yusoff
Faculty of Engineering,
A key element of engineering, industry and management problems is to identify the best course of action (eg., minimize the costs, find the optimal manpower allocation, choose the best production that optimize the use of resources, and so on). Since these problems often have too many alternative solutions, proper optimization can help to identify the best option. A prominent feature of this course is the mixture of optimization theory and methods, case study and hands-on practice of mathematical optimization tools. This course does not require advanced mathematical knowledge on the part of the participant.
Personnel in technical or managerial roles, who would like to employ a structured, mathematical approach to problem-solving and decision-making, and identifying the best option among the possible alternatives.
Date & Time:
4 – 5 March 2020 (2 days)
9 am – 5 pm
(before 12 Feb 2020)
|MMU Students / Alumni||700||500|
|Public (Group of 5 or more pax)||1000||N/A|