The new discipline of cheminformatics covers the application of computer-
assisted methods to chemical problems such as information storage and
retrieval, the prediction of physical, chemical or biological properties of
compounds, spectra simulation, structure elucidation, reaction modeling,
synthesis planning and drug design. This class provides an introduction to the
representation of molecular structures and reactions, data types and
databases/data sources, search methods, methods for data analysis as well as
such applications as structure elucidation, reaction simulation, synthesis
planning and drug design.
* Basic chemistry for cheminformatics, representation of the chemical
structure, chemical nomenclature, elements, and formulas of compounds to
chemical structure fingerprints
* Chemical data, from 2D to 3D structure, structure comparison
* Chemical reactions,
* Calculation of physical chemical properties of compounds,
* Calculation of structure descriptors
* Methods for data analysis, and applications in computer-aided drug design,
spectra analysis, molecular modeling, simulation
College of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Main Campus Tseng Y. Jane 50 Wednesday 6,7,8 CSIE5730 3 Half Graduate Institute of Computer Science & Information Engineering,
Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinfornatics,
Energy Technology Program
This course is a continuation of semiconductor material engineering and electronic device courses. In this course, students will be exposed to the basic theories of hetero-structures and their applications for electronic and opto-electronic devices including memories. Specifically, students are exposed to the major types of GaAs and GaN-alloyed semiconductors, their physical properties and structures which make them suitable for electronic and opto-electronic devices. Heterojunction bipolar transistors and modulation-doped field effect transistors will be used to describe the basic characteristics needed for electronic device operation. Then, to explain the required characteristics for opto-electronic devices, semiconductor lasers will be used as an example. 1. Able to explain the fundamentals of semiconductor heterostructures. 2. Able to explain the fundamentals of semiconductor devices (HBT, MODFET, semiconductor laser ) including their electronic and opto-electronic characteristics. 3. Communicate and work in a team to accomplish the given assignments in writing. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative and Collaborative Method, Problem Based Method. week 1 – 3, week 4 – 6, etc. AP Ir. Dr. Abdul Manaf Hashim conditional SMJE 4533 3 * Group 5 Textbook: 1. Semiconductor Physics and Devices, basic Principles: Donald A. Neamen, Third Edition, McGraw Hill. 2. Advanced Semiconductor Memories: Architectures, Designs and Applications, Ashok K.Sharma, Wiley-IEEE Press. References: 1. Solid State Electronics Devices: Ben G. Streetman, Prentice Hall (2000). 2. Semiconductor Fundamentals: Pierret R.F, Addison Wesley (1996) 3. The Essence of Solid State Electronics, Linda Edward-Shea, Prentice Hall (1996). Test, Assignment/Quizzes/Presentation, Final Examination AP Ir. Dr. Abdul Manaf Hashim mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgProfessional Ethics, Safety and Health
This course provides knowledge on fundamental principles of ethics, and their application to the engineering profession. It also covers the skills and knowledge in promoting and maintaining health and safety in the workplace. The importance of acquiring professional ethics, safety and health will be explored through project by introducing the concept of Monozukuri. 1. Acquire knowledge of the principles of professional ethics, safety and health of engineer at the workplace, and the responsibility of engineer in the society. 2. Work effectively within a team to explain the various issues related to professional ethics, safety and health, and also understand the importance of environmental issues and sustainability. Prepare and write a group technical report. 3. Prepare and deliver presentation with the use of Microsoft PowerPoint technology. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning & Independent Study, Project week 1, week 2, etc. Prof. Dr. Akira Kobayashi conditional UMJG 2022 2 Sem 2 1. M. W. Martin and R. Schinzinger (2005), Ethics in Engineering, Mc-Graw Hill, New York. 2. M Govindarajan, S Natarajan, VS Senthilkumar (2004), Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 3. R. Schinzinger and M. W. Martin (2000), Introduction to Engineering Ethics, McGraw-Hill, United States. 4. C. B. Fleddermann (2012), Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 5. M. T. Holtzapple and W. D. Reece (2005), Concepts in Engineering, McGraw-Hill, New York. Project Report, Project Presentation Prof. Dr. Akira Kobayashi
Dr. Mohamed Sukri Mat Ali mailto:email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
The course introduces the basic theories and concepts as well as their practical implementation on technology management in business. It covers the issues of corporate technology strategies; product, technology standardization and Intellectual properties, process and business model innovation; organization, human resources development, R&D activity, organizational management for effective mobilizing technology and others. Students will be expected to apply the Monozukuri concept in a group project scenario. 1. Demonstrate the importance of technology management and innovation for global business and standardization activities in the rapidly changing technology environment and apply Management of Technology tools in business operation. Apply Monozukuri concept in the project setting. 2. Work effectively within a team to plan corporate strategies for technology business and global standardization through effective use of Technology Management. Prepare and write a group technical report. 3. Prepare and deliver presentation with the use of presentation tool. 4. Accountability within the team. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning & Independent Study, Project. week 1, week 2,etc. * not provided conditional UMJG 3032 2 Sem 4 1. Management of Technology Innovation and Value Creation: Selected Papers from the 16th International Conference on Management of Technology (Management of Technology) Mostafa Hashem Sherif. 2. Challenges in the Management of New Technologies (Management of Technologies) Marianne Horlesberger. 3. Management of Technology New Directions in Technology Management: Select Papers from the Thirteenth International Conference on Management of Technology (Management of Technology) Mostafa Hashem Sherif. Assignment, Project Report, Project Presentation, Project Peer Review * not providedSub Micrometre and Nanometre Technology
This course surveys techniquesto fabricate and analyse submicron and nanometre structures, with applications. Optical and electron microscopy is rel’iewed. Additional topics that are covered include: surface characterization,’ireparation, and measurement techniques, resist technology, optical projection, interferometric, X-ray, ion, and electron lithography; Aqueous, ion, and plasma etching techniques; lift-off and electroplating; and ion implantation. Applications in microelectrinics,-microphotonics, information storage, and nanotechnology will also be explored.
1. Point out resolution limits for lithographic and imaging/inspection tools. 2. Organize nanometre and micro meter role in both microscopy, lithography and the impact factors tbr microscopy. 3. Explain articles on nanolithography and microscopy from the recent Iiterature. 4. Prepare the report based on case study of current issue in nanometre and micrometre technology.
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative and Collaborative Method, Problem Based Method. week 1, week 2, etc. Dr. Hafizal Yahaya conditional SMJP 4243 3 * elective 1. Heinrich, A. J., C. P. Lutz, J. A. Gupt4 and D. M. Eigler. “Molecule Cascades.” Science 298 (2002):1381-7. 2. Goodberlet, James G. “Patterning Sub-50 nm Features with Near-field Embedded-amplitude Masks.” Applied Physics Letters 81, no. 7 (August 2002). 3. Buck, D. A., and K. R. Shoulders. “An Approach to Microminiature Printed Systems.” Eastern Joint Computer Conference (July 1959): 55-59.
Assignment, Test, Presentation. Dr. Hafizal Yahaya mailto:email@example.com
This course is continuation from dynamic subject. The chapter usually covered several analysis of gear systems, belt, balancing and crak effort diagram. Beside that, topic about governors also discussed. Basic of vibration chapter will include free vibration and force vibration analysis. agenerally this course is intended to cover that field of engineering theory, analysis and practice that is described as mechanisms of machines and vibration analysia. Identify particular problem of mechanical systems, it definition and measuring methods. 2. Demonstrate and solve the problem that relate to mechanic of machines and vibration. 3. Demonstrate behaviour that are cinsistent with the code of professional Ethics and Responsibilities. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture and Discussion, Co-operative Learning, Independent Study. week 1 – 2, week 3 – 4, etc. AP Dr. Aminudin Abu conditional SMJP 3213 3 Sem 6 1. Roslan abdul Rahman, Che Abbas (2001), Mekanik Mesin : Teori, contoh Penyelesaian dan Masalah, Penerbitan UTM.. 2. J. Hannah & R C Stephens (1984), Mechanics of Machines Elemntary Theory and Examples. 3. J. Hannah & R C Stephens, Mechanics of Machines Advanced theory and Examples. Test, Assignment, Final Examination AP Dr. Aminudin Abu mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org