Our members Dr Lau Bee Theng, Dr Mark Tee Kit Tsun and Dr Aylwin Chai Bing Chun, have recently been awarded a special fund from IEEE Region 10 (Asia Pacifics) and IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee to conduct a project on developing an autonomous physical distancing tool for people with visual Read More
IEEE (US) Humanitarian Activities Committee, IEEE Region 10, IEEE Sarawak and Swinburne Sarawak collaborated in organizing three humanitarian projects for communities in Sarawak.
These projects included Community Empowerment: Promoting Safe and Sustainable Food Production; Vulnerable Community Empowerment: Promoting Hygiene and Clean Water Production; Youth Empowerment; Tackling Challenges to Water-Energy-Food Security (WEF) Read More
The idea of establishing a Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT) for Sarawak community was discussed among IEEE Sarawak Subsection executive members and the chair for Humanitarian Technology Activities, Dr. Then Yi Lung took the initiative to submit an official petition campaign to IEEE SIGHT in June 2019.
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The IEEE Sarawak Subsection’s Humanitarian Technology team have recently executed the alternative lighting project 2, known as ‘Free Energy: Calories for Electricity’ at Sekolah Kebangsaan Salak, Kuching, Sarawak. The team was co-led by Dr. Then Yi Lung, the Chair for Humanitarian Technology Activities of IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Dr. Tay Read More
The IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Swinburne student branch recently organized yet another trip to Kampung Salak to promote STEM in line with Industry 4.0.
The main purpose of this project would be to generate clean and sustainable energy while maintaining a good health routine for the villagers. The team proposed to Read More
KUCHING: The IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Swinburne Sarawak IEEE Student Branch recently organized a two-days study trip to few remote villages in Bau and Sematan to find suitable locations for implementation of the second phase of the alternative lighting project, which was implemented last year at Kampung Pulau Salak.
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The IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Swinburne Sarawak IEEE Student Branch recently organized the second visit to the village, Kampung Salak, to complete the second phase of the ongoing Humanitarian Project. The installation of 50 units of the solar powered Passive Infrared (PIR) motion sensor wall and street lights were done Read More
KUCHING: The IEEE Sarawak Subsection and Swinburne IEEE Student Branch visited Kampung Salak on Saturday (July 28) as part of IEEE humanitarian activity to assist the villagers in the betterment of their facilities.
This IEEE Humanitarian Project led by Dr. Then, also known as the Alternative Lighting Project (ALP) will split Read More