Day 3 - 14 July 2022 (Thursday)

8:30am

Arrival of Participants & Speakers  

Plenary 5: Digital Construction for IR4.0

Chair: Ts. Dr. Chai Chang Saar, Discipline Leader – Built Environment & Senior Lecturer,
Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Science, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

In this plenary session, the discussion focuses on how the implementation of digital technologies has improved the construction processes and revolutionized the industry. Digital technologies such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), 3D printing, augmented and virtual reality (AR & VR), laser scanning, robotics, analytics software, blockchain, digital twins, and internet of things are highly sought after for improving efficiencies or capacities of construction processes. Nevertheless, within the construction industry itself, the transformation effects of using these digital technologies are still not fully understood, especially on connectivity of linking up and synchronizing separate activities in the digitized construction processes. The plenary session also delves into the readiness of digital construction for IR4.0 and how it would impact the industry in ASEAN and Australia.

9:00am

Construction In Digital Era
Mr. Andy Tiong Meng Chun
Professional Services Director, PCSS Consultancy Sdn Bhd, Malaysia  

9:25am

IR4.0 Engineering the Twins
Mr. Ken Lee (Virtual)
Director, Aurecon Group Pty. Ltd., Australia

9:50am

Digital Innovation within a Traditional Industry
Ts. John Lim Ji Xiong
Executive Director – Digital & Innovation, Gamuda Berhad, Malaysia

10:15am

The Digital Engineering Evolution Has Arrived
Mr. Kuthur Sriram
Global Manager – Education Program, Bentley Education – Bentley Systems, Australia

10:40am

Questions and Answers session

11:00am

Refreshments | Venue: Maker Lab

Technical Session 2

 

Track: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Session Chair: Dr. Almon Chai Wei-Yen

Venue: Training Room, 1st Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

Track: Smart Energy and Cities

Session Chair: Dr. Daniel Looi Ting Wee

Venue: Auditorium, Ground Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

Track: Education 4.0

 

Session Chair: Dr. Victor Bong Nee Shin

Venue: Event Room, 1st Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

11:20am

Detection of Artificially Generated Facial Images using Ensemble Learning
(Face-to-Face)

Mr. Khaled Yahya Mohamed Mahmoud ELKarazle
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Traffic Flow Analysis at Large Multi-Lane Roundabout
(Virtual)

Dr. Elizabeth Chong Eu Mee
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Online Learning: Students’ Barriers and Feedback on the Instructional Delivery Methods
(Virtual)

Dr. Nor Azalina Rosli
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia, Malaysia

11:40am

Recent progress on artificial intelligence application for COVID-19 monitoring and mitigation system in Indonesia
(Virtual)

Dr. Yanuar Zulardiansyah Arief
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Adoption of modular MEP for the Construction Industry in Singapore
(Virtual)

Mr. Tan Hee Wee
HWT Engineering and Construction Consulting, Malaysia

Geoeducation 4.0 Augmented reality in the new reality
(Face-to-Face)

Dr. Choo Chung Siung
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

12:00pm

A Systematic Literature Review on Determining the effectiveness of short-term COVID19 prediction models
(Virtual)

Dr. T. Ramraj
Coimbatore Institute of Technology, India

The influence of weather regimes on Off-grid Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading
(Face-to-Face)

Dr. Alan Ling Sieng Yew
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Rapid Transition from Offline to Online: The Teaching and Learning Experience in Engineering Education
(Face-to-Face)

Dr. Koh Yit Yan
Newcastle University Institute of Higher Education Pte. Ltd., Singapore

12:20pm

Data Analysis of Fly Ash Geopolymer Compressive Strength Using Machine Learning Method
(Face-to-Face)

Dr. Idawati Ismail
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Investigation of Voltage Profile Variation and Stability of PV-Grid Interconnected System
(Virtual)

Associate Professor Ir. Dr. Yun Ii Go
Heriot-Watt University Malaysia Campus, Malaysia

Track: Engineering Computing

Task-Based Multidimensional Data Visualization Framework for Diabetes Management
(Virtual)

Mr. Low Lip Shen
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

12:40pm

The application of deep learning to pipe jacking in highly weathered geology
(Face-to-Face)

Dr. Choo Chung Siung
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Solar Photovoltaic Thermal Profiles Development and Visualization: Experimental, Numerical Analysis and Validation
(Virtual)

Associate Professor Ir. Dr. Yun Ii Go
Heriot-Watt University Malaysia Campus, Malaysia

Track: Engineering Computing

Reverse Drug Discovery Web Portal (RDD)
(Virtual)

Dr. Brian Loh Chung Shiong
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

1:00pm

Video Showcase: SAINS
Lunch | Venue: Pantry Area, Level 1

Technical Session 2 (Cont’d)

 

Track: Automation and Sensors

Session Chair: Dr. Almon Chai Wei-Yen

Venue: Training Room, 1st Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

Track: Smart Energy and Cities

Session Chair: Dr. Daniel Looi Ting Wee

Venue: Auditorium, Ground Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

Track: Simulation and Optimization

Session Chair: Dr. Victor Bong Nee Shin

Venue: Event Room, 1st Floor, TEGAS Digital Village

2:00pm

An Intelligent Monitoring and Maintenance System for Wind Turbine Foundations
(Virtual)

Mr. Liam Bekir
RMIT University Melbourne, Australia  

Development of smart HVAC thermostat with AI using visual detector for energy saving
(Face-to-Face)

Associate Professor Dr. Basil T. Wong
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Simulation on Application of EMG Signals for DC Motor Control
(Virtual)

Dr. Evon Lim Wan Ting
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

2:20pm

Temperature Modulation of Metal Oxide Semiconductor Gas Sensors for Black Pepper Geo-tracing
(Face-to-Face)

Associate Professor Dr. Hong Siang Chua
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

UAV-based lane-changing reduction using traffic video analyser
(Face-to-Face)

Ms. Bong Jit Boon
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Simulating Sensor Data to Inform Digital Twin of an On-Shore Wind Turbine Foundation
(Virtual)

Mr. Christiaan Pietropoli
RMIT University Melbourne, Australia

2:40pm

Investigation of the Effect of Polyvinyl Acetate Coating on Multiple U-shaped Fibre Optic Sensors in Different Solution Conditions
(Virtual)

Mr. Alfred Jia Yee Tan
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Development of Intelligent Control for Lower Limb
(Virtual)

Ms. Siti Nur Hanisah binti Zuhari
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

On the Impact of the Radio Hub Placement for 10×10 mesh-WiNoC Architecture
(Virtual)

Mr. Asrani Lit
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

3:00pm

Break | Venue: Maker Lab

Plenary 6: Education 4.0

 

Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Ida Fatimawati bt Adi Badiozaman, Executive Dean (Research) - Interim & Associate Professor, Faculty of Business, Design and Arts, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia 

The digital industrial revolution has been brought into the classroom, accelerated by the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. IR4.0 has not only changed the talents needed by the engineering industry; learning has become democratised and more accessible. This leads to learning innovations incorporating IR4.0 tech, i.e. Education 4.0. The traditional educational approaches indeed need a make-over at making students skill-ready for the ever-evolving industrial revolution. Some of the main questions to be addressed in this plenary session are “How does Industry 4.0 affect the education industry, especially in engineering?”, “How can education institutions equip engineering students for IR4.0?”, and “What innovations are there to enhance learning in a digital engineering world?”

3:20pm

Education with Purpose and Impact
Professor Dr. Mou Ling Dennis Wong (Virtual)
Deputy Provost, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia, Malaysia

3:50pm

Shifting from Education 3.0 to Education 4.0
Professor Dr. Nor Aziah Alias (Virtual)
Professor of Teaching and Learning, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) & Member, Malaysian Society for Higher Education Policy and Research Development (PenDaPaT), Malaysia
 

4:20pm

Education Challenges For Society 5.0
Mr. Jamiran bin Salam
Special Administrative Officer, Ministry of Education, Innovation and Talent Development (MEITD) Sarawak, Malaysia

4:50pm

Questions and Answers session

Closing Ceremony

5:20pm

Closing Speech by The Honourable Datuk Roland Sagah, Minister of Education, Innovation and Talent Development Sarawak, Malaysia 

 

Closing Remarks by Ir. Dennis Ong, Organising Chairman of AAEC2022

5:50pm

End of AAEC2022

Note: Business Networking session will be available throughout the 3 days Programme