Non-IEM Events

DECEMBER 2019

Title:

Three-Day GBI Facilitator Course #42 in Johor - Postponed until further notice -

Description:

Date: 13 December 2019 - 15 December 2019 | Examination Date:  11 January 2020
Venue: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Fakulti Alam Bina dan Ukur,
           Lingkaran Ilmu, 81310 Johor Bahru, Johor
Organised by: Malaysia Green Building Council (malaysiaGBC) and Green Building Index (GBISB)

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Title:

Evening Talk on Applications and Challenges of Engineering Geophysics in Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Engineering by Prof. Chih-Ping Lin, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Description:

Date: 13 December 2019
Venue: Malakoff Auditorium,  Ground Floor, Wisma IEM, No. 21, Jalan Selangor,
           46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Organised by: Malaysian Geotechnical Society (MGS)
Supported by: Geotechical Engineering Technical Division, IEM
Fees: MGS / IEM Member - Free Admission
         Non-MGS / Non-IEM Member - RM 20.00/pax
CPD Hour : 2 Hours (Ref. No. IEM19/PP/093/T)

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Title:

SESTEC Leadership Forum

Description:

Date: 18 December 2019
Venue: TPC, Kuala Lumpur
Organised by: Malaysian Service Providers' Confederation and IAEIS
Contact Info: at 03-5882 6968

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Title:

MIM 2019 Dinner

Description:

Date: 19 December 2019
Venue: Kelab Golf Negera Subang
Organised by: Malaysian Institute of Management 

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AUGUST 2020
      

Title:

5th International Conference on Agricultural & Food Engineering

Description:

    Date: 11 August 2020 to 13 August 2020
    Venue: Kuala Lumpur
    Organised by: Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, UPM
                         AND Department of Process and Food Engineering, UPM

    IMPORTANT DATES
    Abstract Submission Deadline : 31 Dec 2019 
    Abstract Acceptance Notification : 7 Jan 2020
    Full Paper Submission Deadline : 28 Feb 2020
    Full Paper Acceptance Notification : 15 April 2020
    Camera : 15 May 2020
    Ready Paper Deadline : 30 April 2020
    Early Payment Deadline : 30 April 2020
    Payment Deadline : 15 June 2020

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    NOVEMBER 2020
          

    Title:

    Call for Papers - Australasian Tunnelling Conference

    Description:

      Date: 29 November 2020 to 02 December 2020
      Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

      IMPORTANT DATES
      All Abstract Submission Deadline : 20 December 2019 

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      OTHERS

      Title:

      PAM Contract Training Course on Practical Construction Contract Administration

      Description:

        Organised by: Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia

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        Title:

        REHDA Institute In Touch Volume 5/2019

        Description:

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          Title:

          MIM Upcoming Events

          Description:

            Organised by Malaysian Institute of Management

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            Title:

            SIRIM STS - Training Calendar 2019  

            Description:

              Contact Info
              • Puan Nur Hafizah: 03-5544 5681 / hafizahg@sirim.my
              • Puan Intan Mariam: 03-5544 6391 / wmariam@sirim.my
              • Puan Siti Nor Laila: 03-5544 6062 / laila@sirim.my
              • Puan Murniyati: 03-5544 5069 / murni@sirim.my
              • Puan Nik Noor Amira: 03-5544 5022 / nooramira@sirim.my

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              Title:

              SEAGS-AGSSEA Newsletter – September 2019

              Description:

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                Title:

                Session Abstracts: Call For Papers for Participation at 2019 MCMC Research Symposium - “Malaysia on the Cusp of Hyper-Connectivity”

                Description:

                  Deadline For Submission: 5:00 pm, Wednesday, 18 September 2019

                  To further guide prospective submissions the abstracts of the respective sessions are outlined below:

                  a.     TRACK 1 - THE HYPER-CONNECTED AGE
                       
                  i. Session 1:  How our online world is shaping the landscape of today’s reality – A discussion of the hyper-connected human. 

                  Abstract: Session presents how hyper-connectivity shapes the individual and society and discusses areas of inquiry, methods of observation and measurement, and critical areas for development and address. Important issues technology implications on health, cyber wellness (5G and EMF concerns, internet related over use, addictions and anti-social behaviours) 

                  ii. Session 2: How our online world is shaping the landscape of today’s reality – A consideration of the hyper-connected government organisations and businesses.                                                                                                                                      
                  Abstract: Session presents the role of hyper-connectivity in bringing about digital transformation and how it continues to shape different types organisations as seen from different disciplinary perspectives. Important issues to consider technology and the workplace and the management of a global/decentralised workforce and human resource management addressing technology implications

                  b.    TRACK 2: LAW AND TECHNOLOGY

                  i. Session 1: Design and Accountability: Appraising Communications Technology through the Lens of Ethics, Society, and Values (Past, present and future)

                  Abstract:  Session explores the basis of ICT design and accountability operating within a framework where agreed upon ethical principles tailored towards socio-cultural values and norms provide the basis for sustainable, equitable and enriching digital transformation. Important issues for consideration include personal responsibility and ethics related to usage and distribution on intellectual property related to content.

                  ii. Session 2: Achieving Public Trust, Security, Participation and Regulation of the Internet.  Cybersecurity: Appraising Communications Technology through the Lens of Regulation, Governance and Commerce (Past, present, and future)

                  Abstract: Session outlines the balancing of collective industry self-regulation, stand-alone corporate practices, and sectorial and cross-sectorial regulation and measures required to ensure the interests and protection of individuals, commerce and at-risks groups are protected and the capacity building and institutional steps needed to achieve this goal. The session also proposes regulatory principals based on a collaborative ecosystem of synergizing the various approaches and discusses how responsibilities are best shared and apportioned.  Important issues for consideration include managing expectations and consequences of lapses in Privacy protection, role of a digital identity, the balancing of regulatory approaches and digital literacy in addressing fake news and its distribution and use of fake personalities and bogus sources.

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                  Title:

                  Prasarana-IEM Structured Programme Towards P.E Registration

                  Description:

                    Jointly Organised by: IEM and Rapid Rail
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