Engineering & Technology

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, A Viable Solution For Mapping Radiation Anomalies

By Professor Mayeen Uddin Khandaker
In the event of a nuclear incident, crisis management is needed. The most important of which is to survey or assess the release of any radionuclides.

The Power of Nanotechnology: Small Yet Wonderful

By Professor Saidur Rahman & Professor Adarsh Kumar Pandey
Nanotechnology implies designing and developing structures, devices, and systems at nanoscale levels with a dimension of less than 100 nanometers. One nanometer is equivalent to 100 millionth of a millimetre. Find out about the power of nanotechnology in energy storage and conversion, heat removal…

Turning Waste into Watts

By Professor Mohammad Khalid
Like many countries, Malaysia faces a severe plastic pollution problem as over 1 million tons of plastic waste is mismanaged annually. This plastic debris contaminates land, waterways and even the air. However, researchers at Sunway University are pioneering an innovative plastic upcycling…

Is Power Electronics The Key to Reducing Global Warming?

By Professor M A Hannan
Global energy consumption is increasing dramatically and will likely continue to do so. The primary energy source is still fossil fuel, causing global warming. Power electronic technologies offer high reliability and efficient renewable energy conversion, helping mitigate harmful global emissions.

Is Renewable Energy the Only Solution to Climate Change?

By Professor Mohamed Kheireddine Aroua
As the global climate crisis intensifies, renewable energy alone cannot mitigate carbon dioxide emissions. The International Energy Agency has considered carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) as one of the four pillars of the global energy transition, as it can address emissions in sectors…

Decarbonising Our Energy Industry

By Professor Ir Denny Ng Kok Sum
Climate change has become the greatest risk of humankind in the past decades. Extreme weather, storms, floods and wildfires are intensifying around the world.

Sustainable Engineering Design

By Ir. Dr. Matthew Teow Yok Wooi
Engineering professionals design the world and innovate to create our future. 

Industry-ready Engineering Graduates

Companies want industry-ready engineering graduates who can contribute quickly to their business. At Sunway University,  the graduates are trained to solve real-world problems, and are exposed to different range of industrial working environments.

Science and Technology Beyond Borders

By Professor Dr Adarsh Kumar Pandey
Sunway University teamed up with renowned researchers under the International Research Networks Grant Scheme (IRNGS) to promote scientific and technological development in advanced energy storage materials, beyond borders.

Partnership with Euro-Asia Network on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Utilisation to Tackle Climate Change

By Professor Mohamed Kheireddine Aroua & Dr Arifutzzaman Rahat
Climate change is a real threat to Earth's life, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is recognised as the major contributor. This makes the reduction in CO2 emissions a worldwide emergency and priority. Sunway University's  Research Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Utilisation (CCDCU) entered into a…

Flipped Learning: Implementation Advantages and Challenges for Engineering Subjects

By Dr Low Yeh Ching
One of the approaches to improving students' learning and performance to meet the needs of 21st century learning is through flipped learning. This approach was adopted in the delivery of first-year engineering mathematics subject. This article reflects the advantages and challenges of implementing…