Palm Oil Processing

Virtual Event: National Chemical Engineering Exposure Camp 2022

Virtual Event: National Chemical Engineering Exposure Camp 2022
  • Date From 5th March 2022
  • Date To 6th March 2022
  • Price Open to all.
  • Location Online: 09:00 MYT. Duration: 2 days.

Overview

National Chemical Engineering Exposure Camp (NCEEC) is a nationwide camp to introduce and deliver information to pre-university students on Chemical Engineering. NCEEC 2022 is hosted by IChemE Student Chapter, University of Malaya, Malaysia; supported by POPSIG; and, recognised by the Ministry of Education, Malaysia. NCEEC will assist students who are uncertain about their future pathways. This event is open to all students.

Objectives

  1. To introduce chemical engineering courses
  2. To give exposure to pre-university students about chemical engineering professions
  3. To facilitate the exposure to the student chapter

Learning outcomes

  1. Know the job scope and the lifestyle as a chemical engineer
  2. Discover and develop their leading skills
  3. Understand palm oil processing

Speakers

Vincent Tiang Soon Thai, Chemical Engineer, IOI Pan-Century Oleochemicals Sdn Bhd, Johor, Malaysia

Vincent is a chemical engineering at IOI Pan-Century Oleochemicals Sdn Bhd, Johor, Malaysia. He graduated with the Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Honours) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2020. He then joined the POPSIG committee in October 2020, and began his role as Roadshow Deputy Director. Since January 2021, he has been the Roadshow Director at POPSIG.

Dr Hanee Farzana Hizaddin, Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya

Hanee is a senior lecturer at the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya. She graduated with a Master’s Degree (chemical engineering) from the University of Manchester (UK) and a PhD (chemical engineering) from the University of Malaya (Malaysia). She has a two-year industrial experience as a safety and risk engineer with ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia. Her research expertise revolves around separating liquid mixtures such as aromatic-aliphatic mixtures, azeotropic liquid mixtures, and CO2 capture and utilisation using ionic liquids.

Gilvest Anak Matthew, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya

Gilvest is currently a final year student in Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya. He was the president of Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Club (CEUC) Session 2020/2021. He joined Gas Power Department of Sarawak Energy Berhad and worked at Environmental and Occupational Safety and Health (EOSH) Department. He was also the recipient of Sarawak Energy Top 10 Best Intern Award 2021.

Chiang Chin Ning, Process and Equipment Engineer

Chin is a process and equipment engineer at a semiconductor multinational company after completing her Bachelor of Chemical Engineering at University of Malaya in 2021. She joined Manufacturing Excellence department at Nestle, Chembong in 2020, where she involved in an improvement project and gained extensive knowledge about the F&B production.

Samuel Yeoh, Alkylation Process Engineering, ExxonMobil

Samuel is an alkylation process engineer at ExxonMobil and is a sub-asset improvement specialist for sulfuric acid alkylation units across Europe. His technical areas of interest include sulfuric acid alkylation, fractionation and thermodynamics modelling. Samuel graduated with a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Malaya in 2017. He worked as a process monitoring and analysis engineer in ExxonMobil's Research and Engineering and cooperated with various functions/disciplines in refineries.

Tan Ren Chii, Project Engineer, Nestle Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd

Ren is a project engineer at Nestle Manufacturing (M) Sdn Bhd. He graduated with Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from Monash University Malaysia in 2017. He previously joined the company as an intern and had actively involved in the development of SOP for central pasteurisation system. He also involved in the development of processing line for new product (Kit Kat Stick).

Surabhi Nambiar, Oil and Gas Industry

Surabhi graduated with Bachelor of chemical engineering with First Class Honours from Imperial College London in 2006. Surabhi had worked for Shell in Malaysia and in the UK for 15 years. She was a process and later senior process engineer in the LNG and upstream oil and gas sectors. She is experienced in working within multidisciplinary teams in both projects and operational environments. She performed live support to offshore installations and troubleshooting problems.

Time

  • 5 March 2022: 15:00—22:45 MYT
  • 6 March 2022: 09:00—12:45 MYT

Programme

Day 1 - 5 March 2022

  • 15:00—15:30 
    Opening ceremony

  • 15:30—16:30 
    Chemical Engineering Crash Course

  • 16:30—17:10 
    Chemical Engineering Career Sneak Peek Series (Part 1)

  • 17:10—17:25 
    Virtual Faculty Tour

  • 17:25—17:40
    Kahoot Challenge

  • 17:40—20:30
    Break

  • 20:30—21:30 
    Forum Session with Seniors and Alumni

  • 21:30—22:45 
    Campfire Bonding Session

Day 2 - 6 March 2022

  • 09:00—09:10 
    Opening for Day 2

  • 09:10—10:00
    Chemical Engineering Career Sneak Peek Series (Part 2)

  • 10:00—11:00
    Introduction to Palm Oil Processing

  • 11:00—12:00 
    Speed Quiz

  • 12:00—12:05 
    Break

  • 12:05—12:20
    Closing Ceremony

Kahoot challenge

Accessible at Kahoot!

Stay connected

Please email to popsigmalaysia@gmail.com for any queries.

Disclaimer: IChemE will not be storing or controlling any data linked to this event.

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