The 6th Mechanical Engineering Research Day (MERD’19)

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The 6th Mechanical Engineering Research Day (MERD’19) is organized by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FKM) in association with the Centre for Advanced Research on Energy (CARe), Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM). The event will be in a form of a mini conference with poster presentations at the Kampus Teknologi UTeM, Melaka on 31 July 2018. This year, MERD is also be co-organized by Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Bandung (STTB), and Performance of Rolling Bearings Laboratory, Shanghai University (ShU).

The objective is for the scientists, scholars, researchers, engineers and students from Higher Educational Institutions, Research Institutions and Industries in the world to present findings of ongoing/completed original research activities, and hence foster research collaborations between the universities and the industries. The other objective is to introduce young researchers in the scientific field of mechanical engineering through poster presentations and publications, to offer mentoring through senior researchers/scientists, and to foster the building of networks through the informal style of the event.


Who Can Participate?
Student, Academia, Researcher, Industry Player


Why Participate?
MERD is a fantastic opportunity for students to practice preparing and presenting scholarly work to a general audience. There will be awards for the best poster presentations.

Faculty and professional staff also will be able to share their work with a wide range of individuals, build a list of potential collaborators, and engage students to learn more about their work.

Further information here.

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