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SEGi University recently hosted Professor Dr. Fumio Kurosaki, a distinguished lecturer from Toyo University, Japan. Professor Kurosaki, an esteemed Faculty of International Tourism Management member, brought his wealth of knowledge to SEGi University through a guest lecture. The lecture, organized by SEGi University’s Department of Quantity Surveying, provided valuable insights into the intricacies of Japan...
In a continued pursuit of academic excellence, the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment & Information Technology (FoEBEIT) at SEGi University organised another remarkable colloquium on 1 November 2023. Following the success of the previous colloquium held on 4 October 2023, this event underscored SEGi’s unwavering commitment to fostering an environment of intellectual exchange, research innovation,...
SEGi University continues to champion diversity and inclusivity in STEM fields by actively participating in the Women In Search of Engineering Excellence (WISE’E) event. The event, organised by NXP Semiconductors Malaysia in partnership with Selangor Human Resource Development Centre (SHRDC), aims to break barriers, promote gender equality, and empower women in engineering.  A total of...
Colloquiums play a vital role in the academic world, serving as platforms where knowledge is not only shared but also expanded upon. At SEGi University, the significance of hosting such events goes beyond mere gatherings; they are a testament to our commitment to fostering a culture of intellectual exchange, research excellence, and interdisciplinary collaboration. In...
The built environment is not just the physical backdrop of human activity; it is the stage upon which the drama of urban life unfolds. At its heart lies the transportation infrastructure, with railways standing as pillars of connectivity and drivers of urban development. On 14 September 2023, SEGi University was privileged to host Professor Fumio...
SEGi University’s Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment & Information Technology (FoEBEIT) launched its plant adoption programme, designed to promote environmental sustainability, increase the urban forest canopy, and engage community members in the protection and improvement of their local environment. This exciting initiative allows individuals or groups to adopt and care for a plant in a...
Will the robots and machines replace our engineers? This cannot be true because we still need humans to do the thinking. However, the Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is the future of the machining industry. Previously, the subtractive manufacturing operation was done using conventional machining, such as conventional milling and lathe machines. Conventional machining will require...
The engineering industry stands as one of the pillars of human progress, shaping the world we live in through infrastructure, technology, and innovation. Central to this industry’s evolution is the critical role of research. SEGi University’s Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment & Information Technology (FoEBEIT) stands as a beacon of academic excellence and innovation in...
In the heart of Malaysia’s bustling manufacturing sector, where the hum of machinery blends with the pulse of economic growth, a revolutionary research project has been undertaken. Driven by the urgent need to combat high energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions associated with mechanical cooling systems, this research delves deep into the realm of natural...
Fen Education recently organised a campus tour visit to SEGi University for potential students from five different schools on 21 March 2023. The tour included 33 students from various programmes, including BME, BEE, BChem, BCE, and BQS. Prospective students can use campus tours to get a sense of the campus, its people, and whether it’s a good...
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