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Distinguished Lectures

AAET Distinguished Lecture Program is a series of public lectures organized by AAET to promote awareness of the importance of Engineering sciences, technology and innovation to ASEAN young graduates and young entrepreneurs with particular emphasis on the development of technopreneurial skill. This Program is headed by AAET Fellow Prof Dr. Foo Say Wei of Nanyang Technological University Singapore. It will be held at least 4 times per annum rotating among the ASEAN member countries.

Speaker

Date/Venue                    

 Topic

Datuk Hong Lee Pee 23-5-2012, ISTIC 5th Anniversary Conference, Kuala Lumpur

AAET in Promoting STI in ASEAN Member States

Datuk Hong Lee Pee IPI Workshop in conjunction with the ITEX 2013 (International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition 2013) in Kuala Lumpur Innovation makes you fly higher
Datuk Hong Lee Pee  27-4-2012, Malaysian Inventors &  Designers Society (MIND) AGM                                                        Innovation makes you fly higher
Dr Lock Kai Sang 20-12-2012, Institute of Technology, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Succeeding As An Engineer (Module 1) (Module 2) (Module 3)

Ar Von Kok Leong 27-9-2012, "Second Nanning Academic Conference", Nanning, Guangxi Greening a City: Malaysia’s own GBI Township Rating Tool
Engr. Rocky Wong 27-9-2012, "Second Nanning Academic Conference", Nanning, Guangxi Reducing the Carbon-footprint for Sustainable Urban Development
Dr Meas Sokhom 22-9-2012, "2012 China-ASEAN Engineering Projects Cooperation & Development Forum", Nanning, Guangxi Green is Gold for Cambodia
Dr Lock Kai Sang 22-9-2012, "2012 China-ASEAN Engineering Projects Cooperation & Development Forum", Nanning, Guangxi  Alternative Dispute Resolutions of Engineering and Construction Contracts
Dr Oh Ei Sun 28-6-2012, Royal Academy of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Toward ASEAN Economic Integration: Challenges & Opportunities
Prof Chuah Hein Teik  17-5-2012, National Institute of Education, Phnom Penh, Cambodia  Science, Engineering, Technology & Innovation Education for Economic Transformation  
Datuk Hong Lee Pee 17-5-2012, National Institute of Education, Phnom Penh, Cambodia  Nurturing Innovation for Young Children
Prof Chuah Hein Teik 2-11-2011, Inaugural Annual Conference of Nanning, Nanning 科技,工程与创新对经济转型的角色与影响
Dato' Lee Yee Cheong 30-10-2011, Myanmar Engineering Society (MES)  Engineering and Engineers in the 21st Century

Datuk Hong Lee  Pee                          

10-8-2011, University of Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Setapak, Campus, Kuala Lumpur     Career Development Path-Forward Planning & innovation
Dr Oh Ei Sun 14-6-2010, Institute of Engineers Indonesia (PII), Jakarta Inno-creativity & Ethical Morals: Dimensions of Engineering Revisited
Goh Peng Ooi 10-7-2010, University of Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Kuala Lumpur  How Mathematics Is So Admirably Adapted To The Objects Of Reality
Goh Peng Ooi 12-4-2010, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Theory of Everything? Application of the Theory of John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics

 


 


Distingushed Lecture by Goh Peng Ooi, 10“How Mathematics Is So Admirably Adapted To The Objects Of Realityth July 2010 at UTAR, Kuala Lumpur

 

Encouraged by the successful lecture by Goh Peng Ooi at Nanyang Technology University (NTU) of Singapore on 12th April 2010, AAET and University of Tunku Abdual Rahman (UTAR) jointly invited him to give lecture for the 3rd Distingushed Lecture. His topic was ” (Click here to download). The lecture was attended by more than 100 of UTAR lecturers and students.

Goh started his lecture by quickly discussed about what “mathematics” and “logics” is about and how they related to our everydyissus. He also briefly covered some key concepts in economics, mathematics, physics and I-Ching and their implications to the today realities, like political systems, economic systems, cloud computing and how these will affect our lives. He also discussed about his life experience using Topos as the model, discussing what is hindsight, what is foresight and what is luck in mathematics.


 


 


AAET Inangural Distingushed Lecture by Goh Peng Ooi, 12th April 2010 at NTU

 

 The AAET Distinguished Lecture Program had launched its inaugural lecture on 12th April 2010, 3:30 pm at Nayang Technological University (NTU) of Singapore. The invited speaker was AAET Malaysian Fellow Mr Goh Peng Ooi, the executive chairman of Silverlake Axis Ltd, a publicly listed provider of integrated banking solution. The topic of his lecture was “Theory of Everything? Application of the Theory of John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics”. (click here to download the presentation)
 

From Left: AAET President Ir Hong Lee Pee, Mr Goh Peng Ooi and Dr Foo Say Wei

The lecture was attended by more than 250 professors, lecturers and university students. AAET President Datuk Ir Hong Lee Pee also attended and inaugurated the Distinguished Lecture Program by a brief introduction on AAET.
 

AAET President Hong Lee Pee inaugurated the Distingushed Lecture Program by a brief introduction on AAET
 
Starting from the John Nash’s 12 page Nobel Wining Paper on ‘Non Cooperative game’, Mr Goh demonstrated the challenges facing our intellectual world which is getting over partitioned, resulting in respecting the trees and forgetting the forest. Goh hopes to trigger some rethinking about ‘Theory of Everything’.
 

Goh was giving his lecture
 
Nash paper demonstrates how East and West ended up developing two intellectual basis which were equally right but not fully right. By using elementary TOPOS, Goh tried to make this visible to the audience, thus explaining the phenomena of rising East, and why their Economic basis and social values are different from the West. Goh also connected Nash’s paper with TOPOS, in order to show that there can be various ‘instances’ of the same forest, leading the audience into the world of Ludwig Von Mises, the founder of Austrian school of economics and the Misesians.
 

Goh: everyone can choose to be himself and become economically successful
 
Goh explained to the young audience that everyone can choose to be himself and become economically successful, not necessary having to keep playing the ‘tiring’ n person games. In this way, he also demonstrated that other than ‘man made’ rules, ‘governance’ and ‘management’ can depend on ‘natural laws’, leading to self management, which is more sustainable and profitable for not only economy, but science and mathematics.