UTM Vice-Chancellor Discusses Research Collaboration with President Brady and Imperial College London

LONDON, 1Oth May –  Senior officials from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) visited President Brady’s office to discuss potential research collaborations today. The visit was led by Prof Datuk Ir Ts Dr Ahmad Fauzi, the UTM Vice-Chancellor, who also took the opportunity to extend an invitation to President Brady to visit UTM and participate in the University Presidents Forum in 2024.

During the meeting, Prof Datuk Ir Ts Dr Ahmad Fauzi highlighted UTM’s successful collaborations with Imperial College London, including their joint research through the Centre for Low Carbon Transport (LoCARtic) and the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Prof Brady was also informed of UTM’s cooperative program with the Centre of Oxford and Islamic Studies on a Science Roundtable titled “Imagining the Future: Climate Change, Public Health, and Food Security in Muslim Societies.”

For the record, thirty of UTM academics are also alums of Imperial College London. They continue to strengthen their relationship with their prestigious alma mater through joint conferences, staff mobility, and student programmes.

The senior officials from UTM present at the meeting included Prof Sr. Dr Hishamuddin bin Mohd Ali, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic and International); Prof Dr Rosli bin Md Illias, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation); and Prof. Ts. Dr Intan Zaurah Binti Mat Darus, Director (Centre for Academic and Experiential Learning).

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