Malaysia Chapter Member-Driven Initiative Event: Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop: Arduino Simple Programming

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Malaysia Chapter Member-Driven Initiative Event: Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop: Arduino Simple Programming

Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop (Arduino Simple Programming) at Schools near Parit Raja, Batu Pahat. Johor, Malaysia.

The Arduino Simple Programming at school was held at five different schools near Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor from October-November 2017. The schools are SK Jelutong, SMK Sri gading, SK Pintas Puding, SK Bukit Kuari and SK Seri Sabak Uni. The objective of Professional Knowledge Transfer Workshop is to give an exposure to the students of primary and secondary schools on engineering and to inspire them to be engineers. This program was organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) UTHM Student Branch with cooperation of IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Malaysia Chapter. The program is fully funded by IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS)  under the IEEE SPS Member-Driven Initiative Program with the amount of USD 1,400. The fund had been used to buy 30 Arduino Uno kits, purchasing stationery, and refreshments for 30 students from each school, 10 postgraduate students from UTHM IEEE student branch and 13 Academic staff from FKEE, UTHM.

By the end of this workshop, the participants have gained knowledge that will encourage them to try new things in study and enable this understanding of engineering to come to life through problem solving, designing and building things. They were able to create a beginner engineering project on their own using Arduino microcontroller and increased their interest to be an engineer in electrical and electronic. It is hoped that the students involved in this program will start thinking about their future path by choosing engineering fields, so as to increase the number of engineers in Malaysia. View Workshop Module.

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