FINAL YEAR PROJECT

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INSPIRING CREATIVE AND
INNOVATIVE

MINDS


FINAL YEAR PROJECT

BRIEFING



FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCE AND
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

2011



INSPIRING CREATIVE AND
INNOVATIVE

MINDS


INTRODUCTION


PROJECT DISTRIBUTION


REGULATION


IMPLEMENTATION


DOCUMENTATION


GRADING SCHEME


FURTHER INFORMATION



CONTENT

2

INTRODUCTION


Final Year Project / FYP / PSM


A course that must be completed by final year students as a
requirement to receive the bachelor of engineering degree.


two semesters to work on a task that is related to a student’s
field of interest.


students are expected to do their work independently most
of the time, but their progress will be monitored closely by
their supervisors.


students will have to document their work in a thesis which
must be hard bounded and submitted to the Faculty

3

INTRODUCTION


Final Year Project Aim


The aim of the FYP is to give students opportunity
to apply the knowledge that they have gained
while studying in FKBSK to solve practical
biomedical engineering problems. By doing so, it
is hoped that the students will gain knowledge and
experience in solving problems systematically thus
when they graduate, they will be ready to work as
reliable and productive engineers.

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INTRODUCTION


FYP Objective


At the end of the Final Year Project (FYP), students


should be able to:
-


1. Articulate and utilize academic and practical
experiences in carrying out engineering projects.


2. Think objectively, analytically and critically when
looking at an engineering problem and be able to
solve it systematically.


3. Perform relevant work independently when
working in a project.


4. Convey their findings and ideas.

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INTRODUCTION


FYP Course Outcome


CO1

Plan, handle and execute biomedical



engineering projects


CO2

Gather, apply and analyze relevant



information


CO3

Communicate effectively either orally or in


written form


CO4

Adopt and adapt existing and new



engineering technologies for the




betterment of humankinds


CO5

Behave ethically and professionally

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INTRODUCTION


SEB/SWB Program Outcome


Student of an biomedical engineering program are expected to have the following
outcomes:


1. Ability to think critically, logically, and analytically in
applying knowledge
of science, mathematics and
engineering and engineering within the domain of Biomedical


2. Ability to design and
conduct experiments
, as well as to analyze and interpret data


3. Ability to identify, formulate and
solve Biomedical Engineering problems


4. Ability to adapt and
utilize various techniques
, skills and modern equipments in solving current
Biomedical Engineering problems


5. Demonstrate the ability to understand and
utilize system design principles
for sustainable development
and evaluate operational performance


6. Capable of accomplishing given tasks relevant to the field of Biomedical Engineering

independently
and
presenting the results with confidence and positive attitude i.e. able to handle challenges, comments and
criticisms


7. Ability to
communicate

effectively through written, oral, visual and graphical forms among colleagues
and outside communities.


8. Ability to work in a
multi
-
disciplinary team
not only as a committed individual but also as a leader in
achieving common goals


9. Ability to create awareness on the importance and needs
for lifelong learning
and pursue expertise in the
field of Biomedical Engineering


10. Demonstrate the understanding of discharging
responsibilities ethically
and with integrity in view of
social, economic, cultural, global, environmental and contemporary issues.

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INTRODUCTION


CO
-
PO Mapping



FYP1





FYP2


PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

PO10

CO1

1,b

1,b

CO2

2,b,c

2,b

1,b

CO3

1,b,c

2,c

CO4

1,b,c

CO5

1,b,c

1 = strong emphasis, 2 = medium emphasis, 3 = low emphasis

a = examinations b = assignment, report; c= group presentation, laboratory, seminar; d=thesis

PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

PO10

CO1

1,c,d

1,b,c

2,b,d

CO2

1,d

1,c,d

1,c,d

CO3

1,c,d

2,c

CO4

1,d

CO5

1,b,d

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INTRODUCTION


FYP VS MASTER AND PHD RESEARCH


FYP

MASTER BY RESEARCH

PHD BY RESEARCH

Duration

1 Year

2 Years

3 Years

Supervision

Under supervision

Under monitoring

Under advise

Subject

No research field, more a
doing

Mostly part of a research
field or a project

A specific research
field

Publication

Optional (1 Proceeding
Paper)

Recommended (1 Journal
Paper)

Necessary (2 Journal
Papers)

Bloom
Taxonomy

Knowledge,
Comprehensive,
Application, Analysis

Knowledge,
Comprehensive,
Application, Analysis,
Synthesis

Knowledge,
Comprehensive,
Application, Analysis,
Synthesis, Evaluation

Work Scope

Develop a part of a
system

Data Analysis

Develop a complete system

System synthesis

Develop a new theory
or new method or a
new solution

System evaluation

Differentiation between Bachelor, Master and PhD

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FYP DISTRIBUTION


Supervisor (Lecturer)


Professor Dr. Jasmy Y
unus
(
Rehabilitation Engineering, Assistive Devices,
Computer Application in Medicine)


Professor Ir. Dr. Sheikh Hussain Shaikh Salleh
(Heart sound, Hearing
Screening, Speech Processing)


Professor Dr. Abdul Hafidz bin Hj. Omar
(Sports Rehabilitation & Training,
Rehabilitation Engineering, Sports Injury & Sports Psychology)


Assoc. Professor Ir. Dr.
-
Ing. Eko Supriyanto
(Biomedical Imaging and Image
Processing, Medical Informatics and E
-
Health, Clinical Science and Engineering)


Assoc. Professor Dr. Mohamed Rafiq Abdul Kadir
(Biomechanics and
Biomechatronic, Biomedical Material and Implant
)


Dr. Nasrul Humaimi Mahmood

Medical Electronics, Biomedical Image
Processing)


Dr. Malarvili Balakrishnan
(Biomedical signal processing: Physiological, pattern
recognition, time
-
frequency and multi
-
modal)


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FYP DISTRIBUTION


Supervisor (Lecturer)


Dr. Jeong Jinsoo
(
Noise cancellation & Speech Enhancement
)


Dr. Azli bin Yahya
(Analog/Digital Circuit Design, Current Generator for
Bio
-
Medical Application)


Dr. Tan Tian Swee
(Biomedical Signal Processing and Analysis,
Physiological Measurement and Instrumentation, Medical Informatics)


Dr. Emma Corcoles
(Electrochemical Biosensor)


Arief Ruhullah bin A. Harris
(
Neural Engineering, Medical Electronics,
Biomedical Signal Processing)


Dr. Dedy Wicaksono
(Medical Sensor, Biomimetics
)


Dr. Hendra Hermawan

(Biomedical Material)


Dr. Naznin Sultana

(Tissue Engineering, Composite Biomaterials)


Dr. Irza Sukmana
(Tissue engineering. Biomaterials and Biomechanics
design and testing. Angiogenesis

and Cellular guidance, Bioreactors)






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FYP DISTRIBUTION


Supervisor (Lecturer)


Aqilah Leela T. Narayanan
(Cardiac Rehabilitation, Cardiothoracic
Physiotherapy, Intensive Care Physiotherapy, Cardiovascular and
Pulmonary Physiotherapy)


Dr. Yin Mon Myint
(Medical Robotics, Intelligent Control System,
Medical Electronics)


Syed Mohd Nooh bin Syed Omar
(Biomedical Image Processing and
Analysis, Medical Informatics)


Lukman Hakim Ismail
(Healthcare Management, Clinical Science and
Engineering, E
-
Health)




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FYP DISTRIBUTION


Student


Supervisor Distribution


Student must be supervised by a Lecturer from FKBSK as main
supervisor.


Student can be cosupervised by a Lecturer or a Tutor or a Research
Officer from FKBSK or Lecturers from other faculty or other university.


The distribution will be based on: student interest and lecturer
availability.


Student can propose a project title or choose an interest project title
provided by supervisors. Own project title is allowed after student
assigned to a supervisor.


Project title will distributed by FYP coordinator after FYP committee
meeting.

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FYP DISTRIBUTION


Student


Supervisor Distribution


The main supervisor is determined by FYP meeting.


Cosupervisor is determined by student or main supervisor.


Student needs to fill up the online FYP title registration in
FKBSK website with choosing 3 FYP titles according to
priority. The online system will be opened today at 05 pm.


Student also needs to fill up the FYP 1
-
0 form and give the
FYP coordinator by 19 Sep 2011, before 09 am.


Student
-
Supervisor distribution will be announced on 20
September 2011 in FKBSK website.


Student should meet with supervisor on 21 Sep 2011.

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FYP 2011/2012 Titles


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FYP DISTRIBUTION


The main supervisor will be same for FYP1 and
FYP2.


Students may change their title with approval from
the main supervisor at latest before FYP proposal
submission.


The changing of FYP title after FYP proposal
submission must have approval from FYP
coordinator.


The changing of supervisor must have approval from
FYP meeting, and must be done before FYP
proposal submission
.


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FYP DISTRIBUTION


REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT


Students must have completed at least 90 credits of other
courses.


FYP 1 (SEB 4812) and FYP 2 (SEB 4824) registration must be
done in 2 consecutive semesters.


No “rest” semester is allowed.


PASS REQUIREMENT


Students must meet with supervisor minimum 7 times in one
semester.


Student should follow the regulation for implementation and
grading scheme of FYP.


Students need to have grade C (mark=50) to pass the FYP.


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FYP REGULATION

FYP IMPLEMENTATION


FYP 1 Typical Activities (10 hours / week)


Problem formulation


Project planning


Literature study


Equipment study


Software study


Data gathering


Project planning optimization


System setup


Hardware Design


Programming


Preliminary testing


Analysis


Seminar


Thesis 1 writing (Final proposal)



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FYP IMPLEMENTATION


FYP 2 Typical Activities (20 hours/week)


Hardware realization


Software realization


Testing


Analysis


Optimization


Seminar


Demo


Thesis writing


Paper writing


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FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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No.

Subject

Marks

Date

Notes

1.

FYP briefing session and
student
-
supervisor
distribution.

-

Week 1

(15/9/11)

All

students

who

have

registered

for

FYP

1

are

required

to

come
.

Fill

in

FYP

1
-
0

form

after

the

briefing

session
.

Students

are

required

to

identify

their

supervisors

and

meet

them

as

soon

as

possible
.

2.

Project Proposal and
Progress evaluation 1

18 %

Week 4

(13/10/11)

Students

are

required

to

submit

their

Project

Proposal

and

progress

evaluation

1

(form

FYP

1
-
1
)

to

their

supervisors

to

be

graded
.

Marked

forms

should

be

then

submitted

to

the

FYP

coordinators
.

3.

Progress evaluation 2

16%

Week 8

(10/11/11)

Students

are

required

to

submit

their

progress

evaluation

2

(form

FYP

1
-
2
)

to

their

supervisors

to

be

graded
.

Marked

forms

should

be

then

submitted

to

the

FYP

coordinators
.

4.

FYP 1 seminar

20%

Week 11

(1/12/11)

Students

will

present

their

work

in

a

seminar
.

Students

are

required

to

bring

FYP

1
-
3

form

to

the

seminar

session
.

5

Progress evaluation 3

16%

Week 12

(8/12/11)

Students

are

required

to

submit

their

progress

evaluation

3

(form

FYP

1
-
4
)

to

their

supervisors

to

be

graded
.

Marked

forms

should

be

then

submitted

to

the

FYP

coordinators
.

6

FYP 1 report

30%


Week 14

(22/12/11)

Students

are

required

to

submit

their

FYP

1

report

along

with

FYP

1
-
5

form

to

their

supervisors
.

7.

Project marks

-

Week 16

(5/1/12)

Supervisors

will

submit

their

students'

marks

to

the

corresponding

FYP

coordinator

FYP 1 ACTION PLAN

FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP 2 ACTION PLAN

No
.


Subject

Marks

Date

Notes

1.

Progress

evaluation 1

10%

Friday,

Week 4
(16 March)

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 1 (form

FYP 2
-
1
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

2.

Progress

evaluation 2

15%

Friday,

Week 9

(20 April)

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 2 (form

FYP 2
-
2
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

3.

Progress

evaluation 3

15%

Friday,

Week 14

(25 May)

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 3 (form

FYP 2
-
3
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

4.

FYP 2

seminar and

demonstration

30%

Week 15
(1 June )

Students will present and demonstrate their work to a panel of evaluators (form

FYP 2
-
4
).

5.

Final thesis

draft

30%

Week 17
(15 June )

Students are required to submit their final thesis draft along with form
FYP 2
-
5

to
their supervisors.

6

Project marks

-

Week 19

(29 June )

Supervisors will submit their students’ marks to the FKBSK FYP coordinators

7.

Thesis

Submission (hardcover)

and CD (softcopy)

-

Week 20

(6 July)

Students need to submit two hard bounded copies of their thesis plus its softcopy
(in PDF format) to the FKBSK main office.

FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP 2 ACTION PLAN

No
.


Subject

Marks

Date

Notes

1.

Progress

evaluation 1

10%

Friday,

Week 4

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 1 (form

FYP 2
-
1
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

2.

Progress

evaluation 2

15%

Friday,

Week 9

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 2 (form

FYP 2
-
2
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

3.

Progress

evaluation 3

15%

Friday,

Week 14

Students are required to submit their progress evaluation 3 (form

FYP 2
-
3
) to their
supervisors to be graded. Marked forms should be then submitted to the FKBSK FYP
coordinators.

4.

FYP 2

seminar and

demonstration

30%

Week 15

Students will present and demonstrate their work to a panel of evaluators (form

FYP
2
-
4
).

5.

Final thesis

draft

30%

Week 17

Students are required to submit their final thesis draft along with form
FYP 2
-
5

to
their supervisors.

6

Project marks

-

Week 19

Supervisors will submit their students’ marks to the FKBSK FYP coordinators

7.

Thesis

Submission (hardcover)

and CD (softcopy)

-

Week 20

Students need to submit two hard bounded copies of their thesis plus its softcopy
(in PDF format) to the FKBSK main office.

FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP1 Seminar


This seminar gives the student an opportunity to give an
introduction of their work and present their progress to other staff
members in their department. This allows the students to receive
initial feedback from other lecturers in terms of the appropriateness
of their work for the FYP. This will help them to identify problems
that they might encounter at a later stage of the project and
possible solutions as suggested by the seminar panel members.



Before attending the seminar, students must fill in the appropriate
sections in Form
FYP 1
-
3

and bring it along on the day of the
seminar to be given to all of the seminar panel members. This
means that the students must make appropriate copies of this form
depending on the number of persons in the panel.


FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP1 Seminar


In the seminar, students are required to present their FYP problem statement,
objectives, project scope, methodology, literature review, and preliminary result to a
panel of evaluators. The seminar panel members will test the students on matters
related to the project. In the seminar, students need to give an overall view of the
FYP and the findings or results that have been obtained. Among the relevant things
to include in the presentation are:



Problem background, objective and scope


Methodology and project plan


Literature review


Design / Simulation / Characterization / Measurement / Implementation


Preliminary test and result analysis


Conclusions and further works.


FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP2 Seminar and Demonstration


The panel of evaluators has the right to give a ceiling grade to the
student if the student did not achieve a certain performance level.


After the presentation, the students must demonstrate their project
outcome or product to the panel of evaluators.



Students are required to distribute the Seminar Form (
FYP 2
-
4
) to
the panel of evaluators before the beginning of the seminar.


Appropriate sections in the form (ex. Name, project title) must be
filled in first before handing in the form to the panel members.



FYP IMPLEMENTATION

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FYP2 Seminar and Demonstration


In the seminar, students are required to present their FYP final report. Among the
relevant content to include in the presentation are:



Introduction


Methodology


Literature review


Design and Implementation


Test result and analysis


Conclusion and recommendation.


FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP LOG BOOK


The FYP Log Book is an important document that
must be completed by all FYP students.


All the necessary forms used for grading is
contained in the log book.


The progress evaluation marks given by
supervisors will partially be based on what
students write in their log books.


Students are required to record their daily / weekly
activities and write a short log to summarize their
findings or accomplishments every week
.


FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP LOG BOOK


All relevant findings and activities must be recorded weekly and then
showed to their supervisors to be graded weekly. Among the relevant
information to be recorded include:


project title, objectives, scope and work plan


project progress


project preparation, problems and suggested solutions


relevant references from journals, websites, books etc.


equipment used including circuit or schematic diagrams


suggestions, assignment and discussions results from supervisors


summary of any relevant work that has been done



The students' logs as recorded in their log book represent the state of
the completion of the FYP. Supervisors are required to verify and grade
the log entries at every student
-
supervisor meetings.

FYP DOCUMENTATION

FYP LOG BOOK


Students are required to write
clearly and honestly all activities
performed and then to summarize
their work every week. This is
essential since part of the final
marks received by the students on


their FYP will be based on what they
have recorded in this log book. It
recommended that signatures of
relevant persons meet when
conducting project activities be
recorded in the log book.

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FYP DOCUMENTATION

FYP FILE


Students are highly encouraged
to maintain a separate file or
folder to compile all their
findings/sketches/printouts/


datasheets as a complement to
the log book. This can be


used as evidence to support the
claims as written in the


logbook.

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Suggestion:

Always bring FYP Log Book and File when meeting

your supervisor!

FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP Proposal


At the required date, students must submit their Project Proposal
which consists of : the proposed project title, abstract, problem
background, objective, scope for FYP1 and FYP2, methodology,
gannt chart, milestone, literature review, and alternative solutions
(design), requirement (equipment, tool, software, data), expected
output, conclusion, reference and any other relevant project
information.


The project proposal must be typed using the IEEE template
provided in the FYP website. Project proposal and Project
Proposal Form (
FYP 1
-
1
) must be submitted to supervisor/s. All
FYP 1
-
1 forms must be verified by project supervisors.

FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP 1 Report


At the end of semester (normally week 13), students must submit
their project report which will contain a project proposal summary /
abstract, introduction, methodology, literature review, a report of all
the work that they have done for the semester (i.e. data gathering,
review, investigation, survey, design, implementation, preliminary
testing, test result and analysis), a complete work plan for the
second part of the FYP (gannt chart, milestone, detail activity,
detail requirement, detail expected output), conclusion and
references.


At the front page of the report, students must attach
FYP 1
-
5

form
for the supervisors to complete.

FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP Thesis


At a required date (end of the semester), students need to submit a
draft of the project thesis to their supervisors. The final draft must
be loosely bound (ex. using spiral binding). In the first page of the
draft, the Thesis Evaluation Form (
FYP 2
-
5
) must be attached.



After the draft has been corrected/marked by the project
supervisor, students must take the draft and make all the required
amendments before making a hard bound version of the thesis.
Students are required to show the corrected version of their drafts
to their supervisors, before sending it to be bounded. The FYP
thesis must follow all of UTM thesis formatting rules and
regulations.


Students must submit 2 hard bounded theses and 2 soft copy of
the thesis in compact disc to the main office.


FYP DOCUMENTATION

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FYP Paper


Students are required to write a summary of thesis in the 4 or more
pages IEEE format paper.


The paper must be submitted to Supervisor in parallel with thesis
submission.


After correction from supervisor, students need to improve the
quality of paper before final submission.


The FYP paper must be attached in the FYP thesis.


FYP GRADING

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Students are required to submit the following
items before the grading is given:


2 hardcopy and softcopy thesis to faculty office


1 hardcopy and softcopy thesis to supervisor’s laboratory


1 hardcopy and softcopy thesis to supervisor (if supervisor ask)


1 hardcopy and softcopy 4 or more pages IEEE paper


1 fulfilled and signed (by head of lab) borrowing form


FYP GRADING SCHEME


FYP 1 Grades


The final year project 1 marks will be based on the following:











Please refer to this log book and forms FYP 1
-
1 to FYP 1
-
5 for
the detail mark distributions.


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Progress

Evaluation

1

(Week

4
)


Progress

Evaluation

2

(Week

8
)

Seminar

(Week

11
)


Progress

Evaluation

3

(Week

12
)

Project

report


18
%


16
%


20
%


16
%


30
%

FYP GRADING SCHEME


FYP 2 Grades


The final year project 2 marks will be based on the following:











Please refer to FYP 2
-
1 to FYP 2
-
5 forms for detail grading
information.

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Progress Evaluation 1 (Week 4)

Progress Evaluation 2 (Week 9)

Progress Evaluation 3 (Week 14)

Seminar (Week 16)

Project Demonstration (Week 16)

Thesis

Paper

10%

10%

10%

18%

12%

30%

10%

FURTHER INFORMATION


FYP Committee


Coordinator: Dr. Emma Corcoles


Member:


Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr.

Ing. Eko Supriyanto


Dr. Naznin Sultana


Pn. Aqila


Ms. Husna

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FURTHER INFORMATION


Official FYP Notice Board



Current information on the FYP will be
posted on the official FYP notice board
located at FKBSK Office.



Official FYP Website



Current information regarding the FYP will
also be posted on the official website at
http://www.fkbsk.utm.my/

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