Congratulations to Yong Jin Kun for winning the Silver Medal at the Asian Taekwondo Championships held in Ho Minh City, Vietnam
25th May 2018
Proud moment for School of Engineering’s Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering student, Yong Jin Kun. After winning gold at the US Open in January 2018, taekwondo pair Yong Jin Kun and Yap Khim Wen continued their fine form with a silver at the Asian Taekwondo Championships held on Friday in Ho Chi Minh.
The FYP Day aims to showcase our undergraduates' final year projects to academics, members of university community, industry professionals, potential employers and the wider public. Students have the opportunity to present their research work and demonstrate how their projects can benefit the society.
3th April 2018
On Tuesday 3rd April, lecturers and students from the Mechatronics and Civil Engineering programs hosted 147 students from the Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY) program at Sunway College, to a series of workshops in the respective programs.
19th June 2018
The Future Women Leaders Conference is a unique event specially designed to support women who are actively involved in the field of Engineering and Information Technology (IT) education and research and to promote gender diversity within the academic environment.
12th April 2018
The Mechatronics lecturer gave an interview to BFM regarding the 4th Industrial Revolution (or commonly known as Industry 4.0, or 4-IR).
School of Engineering Program Accreditation visit by Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) Malaysia
10th and 11th April 2018
The Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC) is the accreditation arm of the Board of Engineers Malaysia, which is the professional body to accredit engineering programmes offered in Malaysia.
24th March 2018
"ECSE Alumni group had its first ever outdoor event at Skytrex on 24th March 2018. Some of our alumni were joined by a group of soon-to-be alumni (FYP students) to take on the extreme challenge. The ECSE Alumni group plans to do many such team-building activities in the future, and bridge the gap between our current and past students.
26th and 27th February 2018
The 5th Monash Chem-E Car Competition 2018 was held on the 26th and 27th February 2018. Nine teams of four engineering students each brought their shoebox-sized cars to run on the track. The basic rule was that each car had to be powered and stopped by chemical reactions only. It needed to travel a specified distance while carrying a given load of water. The travel distance and load to carry was only announced an hour prior to the competition. Two challenges were given, namely the Goal Post Challenge and Bowling Pin Challenge.