The IEM Chemical Engineering Technical Division (CETD) will be organising a Workshop on the Source for Innovation this 7 September 2013 (Saturday) at Wisma IEM, PJ. The session is scheduled to run from 9 am to 1 pm. Participants will be granted 4.0 CPD/PDP hours.
In this day and age of advancing technology, it is said that we either Innovate or Die. But what is innovation? How do we innovate? What are the barriers to innovation? and How do we promote effective innovation?
This half-day workshop is designed to answer all these questions and more.
The workshop will be run by Dr Edwin Chung, Head of Taylor's Technology innovation Centre and Deputy Dean (Innovation and Enterprise) of the School of Engineering at Taylor's University. Dr Edwin Chung holds a BSc in Computer Science, BEng in Electrical & Computer Systems Engineering and a PhD from Monash University.
His academic research interests is in the area of asynchronous circuit design; while his other intellectual research interests lies in the art and science of innovation. He started his career in the semiconductor industry and has worked on various products design with NEC Australia, Motorola Adelaide, Intel and Atmel.
For more information please visit the myIEM portal. Login and register online by 4 September 2013 for exclusive rates!