Research talk and laboratory visit by Dr. Rosmiwati Bt. Mohd Mokhtar, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)

On 25 – 26 May 2016, Robotic and Industrial Automation (RIA) UTeM and MCon Research Lab organized a Workshop on Modeling Using Frequency Method. The workshop was presented by Dr. Rosmiwati Mohd Mokhtar from School of Electrical Engineering, University of Science Malaysia (USM).The topics covered in the workshop included Frequency Sampling Filter Model and Subspace Identification Method. Dr. Rosmiwati has also visited research laboratories after the workshop. 

External Source: Dr. Rosmiwati Mohd Mokhtar

Workshop on Modeling Using Frequency Method
        Token of appreciation             Laboratory visit
Group photo with workshop participants

UTeM-Infineon FYP Poster/Product Competition (18/05/2016)

On 18th May 2016, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka Career Connect and CEO Faculty Program has organized a FYP Poster/Product Competition with the theme “Safer, Greener and Easier”. This competition is sponsored by Infineon Technology (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. Two teams from the MCon research laboratory have participated in the competition.

External Source: CEO Faculty ProgramUTeM Career Connect


A                                  FYP Poster Competition

Visitor from Curtin University Sarawak Malaysia (3~6 May 2016)

On 03 May 2016 to 06 May 2016, a visitor from Curtin University Sarawak Malaysia visited Motion Control Research Lab.

Thibault Cayphas from University of Mons (UMons), Belgium who now in his second year of Master study in Electrical Engineering – Biosystems. Currently he study in Curtin University Sarawak Malaysia to complete his master thesis with the title of Modeling and Controlling PMA for a Medical Purpose. He has finished the modeling of a simple PMA. His goal was to apply the PMA model in a knee-rehabilitation machine. The objective of his visit in Malacca is to identify the parameters of the PMA.


A  Collecting data from the experimental setup


A                                                      Group photo in Motion Control Research Laboratory