SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Engineering @ QIU
THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING aims to provide quality engineering education in the fields of electronics and communication, control, automation and robotics that promote and raise the level of Engineering and Technology knowledge among its graduates.
The school’s programmes include Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering, Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering with Honours and relevant postgraduate programmes.
Our stellar cast of industry professionals who teach the programmes.
Prof. Ir. Dr. Shuib Sahudin
Prof. Ir. Dr. Ahmad Faizul Bin Shamsudin
Assoc. Prof. Ir. Zakaria Bin Jasin
Ir. Dr. Hafizi Bin Zakaria
Ir. Mohd Azwani Bin Abdul Rani
Ir. Ts. Muhamad Hazwan Bin Wahab
Mr. Muthukumar Vellaisamy
Ms. Norhidayah Binti Ahmad
Dr. Nurul Rawaida Ain Binti Burhani
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yagasena Appannah
Dr. Noor Hafizah Binti Sulaiman
Prof. Ts. Dr. Sim Yee Wai
Ms. Tareenjit Kaur Dhillon A/P Bhathal Singh
Ts. Dr. Siti Salwa Binti Md Noor
Dr. Krishna Veni A/P Selvan
Mr. Chelladurai Sinkaram
Mr. Anas Hambali Bin Ahmad Abas
Mr. Thibankumar A/L Arumugam
Learning through a steady stream of real-world projects is how we believe students learn best
UniKL International Robattle Competition 2019
Competitions like the UniKL International Robattle Competition 2019 allows our students to learn innovative techniques while developing their ideas and skills. In the heat of competition, students learn the importance of working as a team to achieve a common goal, which helps prepare them for the challenges of their future careers.
Learning comes from the deeply immersive experience our programmes offer through state-of-the-art studios and labs.
2019 INNOCAFE EXHIBITION in conjunction with IR4.0
At the Innocafe Exhibition, QIU embarked on a research collaboration with UiTM to create research environments incorporating the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0). Organised by the Malaysian Productivity Cooperation (MPC) and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), this initiative aims to enhance and develop students’ talents by blending industry and technological expertise.
TALK ON ROADS FOR ENGINEERS
The School of Engineering (SoE) proudly hosted Director of Mega Jati Consultant Sdn Bhd Ir Dr Muhammad Arkam Che Munaaim who shared his expertise on the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and the Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM)'s Roads for Engineers. The talk was part of the Faculty of Science and Technology's Heart-to-Heart with Science series
Electro- Pneumatics Equipment Training
Automation System specialists FESTECH Sdn. Bhd hosted a training session for QIU's Mechatronics Engineering lecturers on electro-pneumatic systems. This training ensured that our educators were able to pass on the latest cutting-edge knowledge and skills to their students, especially in electo-pneumatic laboratory practical sessions.
VEX Robot (Clawbot) installation
Dr. Nurul Rawaida and Mr. Anas Hambali from the School of Engineering conducted training for the mechatronics students to assemble and program VEX Robot robotic arms
Introduction to Solidworks
School of Engineering (SoE) conducted an Introduction to Solidworks session by Dr. Helmi & Dr. Fadzil for the Mechatronics students in November 2019. This provided students with in-depth knowledge of designing and testing mechanical parts, as well as the assembly process using comprehensive design software.
Our vast corpus of student achievements and the glowing reviews they give us.
QIU WINS 18 AWARDS AT MALAYSIA TECHNOLOGY EXPO 2019
Students and academics from our Faculty of Science and Technology (FST) swept a splendid 19 awards at the 2019 Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) in Kuala Lumpur. It was a truly excellent achievement as the MTE–held from Feb 21 to 23 at the Putra World Trade Centre–is an international exposition that highlights excellence in inventions and innovation.
Although QIU was among the few private universities to participate in this competition, our students and academics took it in their stride as they competed against more than 500 projects by government agencies such as Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) and the Malaysia Nuclear Agency, local public universities, and entrants from as far as Taiwan, Croatia, the Philippines and the United States.