The Malaysia-Japan Model on Technology Partnership: International Proceedings 2013 of Malaysia-Japan Academic Scholar ConferenceEditat de Khairuddin Ab. Hamid, Osamu Ono, Anas Muhamad Bostamam, Amy Poh Ai Ling
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 11 Aug 2014
The Investigation of Zinc Rich Paints (ZRP) Behavior in Nacl Solution by Electrochemical Methods.- An Investigation on Performance of 2D Simulated Fuel Cells Using Taguchi Method.- Application of Correction Line in Floated Particle Size Distribution Measurement Using the Buoyancy Weighing-Pan Method.- Fine Pitch Wire Bonding with Insulated Cu Wire – Free Air Ball & Ball Bond.- Effect of Red and Blue Lights on Photomorphogenesis in Brassica Chinensis.- Quiet Standing of Time-Delay Stability with Derivative Feedback Control.- Social Determinants of Psychiatric Morbidity Among Malaysian Children.- Modelling Community Response for Ecological Significance Based on Laboratory Simulations of Variable Copper Exposure.- Application of Integrated Fuzzy-AHP for Design Concept Evaluation (A case study on mould design selection).- Numerical Modelling of Dry and Wet Steam Flows in Converging-Diverging Nozzles.- How Quality Engineering in Japan Affects Global Product Performance.- Developing a Heuristic Robotics Integrated Production Model for Economic Production Quantity in Mass Customization Manufacturing.- Systematic Way for Problem Identification of Car Braking System by Using TRIZ.- High-Performance Work System and Safety Performance.- Determinant Factors of Insurance Demand by SME Businesses in Malaysia.- The Perceptions of Malaysians in Japanese Company: a case study in Shimano Components (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd..- A Conceptual Model towards Information Security Culture in Health Informatics.- Media Conversion of Paralinguistic and Nonlinguistic Speech Information into Animated Texts for Foreign Language Learning.- Analysis of Pancreatic Tissue Injury Caused by Ultrasonically Activated Devices.- The Integration Of Kano Model And Servqual Into The House Of Quality For Developing Occupational Safety & Health Training Program.- An Urgent Need for Policy Change: Reform in Curriculum and Practice through Values based Pedagogies and Cooperative Learning in the Curriculum in Malaysia, Japan and Thailand.- The effects of Doping Bismuth on the Thermoelectric Properties of Zn4Sb3.- tudy of Transmission and Reflection Characteristics of Microstrip Line during Application of Noise Suppression Sheet by Adhesive.- An Improved VEPSO Algorithm for Multi-Objective Optimization Problems.- Electrical and Photoluminescence Study of Undoped CuGaSe2 Single Crystal Thin Film.- Challenges in Adopting Cloud Computing for Automation Process Controller in Manufacturing.- Face Recognition Human-machine Comparison Under Heavy Lighting.- Design of Passive Mark for Mobile Robot Navigation Purpose.- Changes of Coastline: A Study Case of Carey Island-Morib Coast, Selangor, Malaysia.- Assessing the Condition of Buried Pipe using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).- Evaluation of Palm Decanter Cake as an Alternative Fish Feed.- Human Head Pose Estimation and its application in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Control.- Japan and US Smart Grid Effort? A Case Study.- Threat to Individuals’ Privacy in the Era of Social Networking: A case study of Facebook.- Modeling of Output Power from a Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System Using Artificial Neural Network.- Basic Research on the TiO2 Electrode and the Coloring Effect of Dye-sensitized Solar Cell.- An Experimental Study on Bioclimatic Design of Vertical Greenery Systems in the Tropical Climate.- The Adoptation of Green Manufacturing Practices in Furniture Firms.- Institute for Research, Development and Innovation (IRDI) of the International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia.- The Roles Of Institute Of Nano Electronic Engineering (Inee), Unimap In Ncer, from Nanotechnology Perspectives.- OER in Action: Case Study of Wawasan Open University.- Lead Initiatives on Teaching and Learning in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions.
First academic publication on Malaysia-Japan partnership in research and technology partnership
Resourceful and practical reference to demonstrate the success of the Look East Policy in human capital development and technological advancement
The world can learn from Malaysia’s Look East Policy Model in order to implement new and innovative approaches in enhancing transnational academic and technological partnership