Miri – 7 September 2015 – The Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology (IEEE CPMT) Malaysia Chapter has awarded its Best Final-Year Project Award to Chong Ping Ting, an electronic and communication engineering graduate of Curtin University, Sarawak Malaysia (Curtin Sarawak).
Chong was also formerly the Vice Secretary of the IEEE Student Branch of Curtin Sarawak for the year 2014. She received the award from Dr. Siow Kim Shyong, the IEEE CPMT Malaysia Chairperson 2015.
Chong’s project entitled ‘Low Power Reversible Logic Circuit Design for IEEE 802.11 application’ involved designing a reversible logic circuit for real world application. Reversible logic circuits have advantages in information-lossless and thus dissipate little heat compared to conventional logic circuits.
This was proven after applying the circuit on a reconnaissance robot. The robot aids in investigating inaccessible environments and provides feedback on its own power. With higher power efficiency, the robot is able to operate longer and consequently gather more data on the remote environments.
Chong’s project was supervised by Dr. Lenin Gopal, a senior lecturer of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Curtin Sarawak’s Faculty of Engineering and Science.
Chong attributed the success of her project to Dr. Lenin’s patience and encouragement. She also thanked her course mates for sharing their knowledge and her family members for their continued support.
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Dr. Lenin said Chong was outstanding in executing her project and truly deserves the award.
Head of the Department of ECE Associate Professor Zhuquan Zang also praised Chong, adding that the exposure Curtin Sarawak’s students gain from their involvement in academic and industrial research at the university in their final year of study helps them build their research credentials.
Chair of Industrial and External Relations Dr. Garenth Lim King Hann, meanwhile, said he looks forward to more final-year collaborations with the university’s industry partners to encourage students to take up different challenges and work towards solving a variety of engineering problems.
The IEEE CPMT Chapter is the leading international forum for scientists and engineers engaged in the research, design and development of revolutionary advances in microsystems packaging and manufacturing.
The inaugural 2015 IEEE CPMT Best Final-Year Project Award was initiated with the aim of exposing students to career options in microelectronics components, packaging and manufacturing technology as well as to reward and encourage students who have excelled in carrying out outstanding undergraduate final-year research projects in areas related to electrical/electronics, physics including materials science, info-communication/internet and related areas such as hardware and software.
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