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WELCOME TO BIOMEHS STUDENT SOCIETY

ABOUT US

BIOMEHS is short for Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences Society and the club is on its way to its 12th year anniversary. There have been many changes since the club was formed back in 2008. Its core foundations have remained solid, however, the club is there to serve its members and to act as a professional host to many special social occasions we put on each year.

BIOMEHS Club Advisor 1

Ts. Dr. Muhammad Hanif Bin Ramlee

BIOMEHS Club Advisor 2

Ts. Dr. Asnida Binti Abdul Wahab

PROGRAMME CONDUCTED

September 

16-17 September 2019: Hari Pengenalan Persatuan UTM

26 September 2019: BIOMEHS Recruitment Day

 

October

02 October 2019: Engagement with School Administrators

04 October 2019: MASKUM Volunteer@UTM

09-11 October 2019: Kursus Persatuan HEP 20192020

12 October 2019: Bengkel Pembelajaran Adobe Photoshop

12 October 2019: Gotong-royong BIOMEHS

14 October 2019: FYE 2019

15 October 2019: The Arduino 101 Workshop

17 October 2019: Visit MyMEDEX 2019

19 October 2019: Bulan Sukan Negara 2019

 

November 

7 Nov 2019: Industrial Visit Program 2019

10 Nov 2019: Infinite Helping Hand 2019

19 Nov 2019: BIOMEHS Cashflow Game 2019

22-23 Nov 2019: Team Building BIOMEHS 2019

27 Nov 2019: Majlis GEMA 2019

28-30 Nov 2019: School Engagement Day 2019

 

December

7 Dec 2019: IJNF Charity Run and Ride 2019

9 Dec 2019: UTM Engineering Speaker’s Corner Event

September

3 September 2020: Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan BIOMEHS 2019/2020

November

3 November 2020 :  FORUM – “Biomedical Engineering – what does the future hold”

17 November 2020 : Talk by Ir Thayala Selvaduray

December 

18 December 2020 : Python programming workshop Series 1

 

 

March

09th March 2021 : Meet and Greet 202

11th – 12th March 2021 : Team Building Bioness

PROGRAM NEWS

News on activities that we have been conducted.

Forum What Does The Future Hold

On 3rd of November 2020, Biomedical Engineering and Health Science Society (BIOMEHS)in collaboration with School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences have conducted anonline forum forBiomedical Alumni Talk (BAT) Series 1. The tittle of this online forum is “Biomedical Engineering: What does the future hold?”. This is the first online forum and first event that been held by BIOMEHS in this semester. It was held from 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm using Webex and FB live platform. Participants that involve in this programme are 291 students, three panellists and one moderator. This program is a platform for the students to increase their knowledge regarding biomedical engineering. The forum starts at 2.30 pm with the introduction of moderator and all the panellists. The moderator of this forum is Ts Dr Muhammad Hanif Bin Ramlee, a Senior Lecturer of School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences.

The first panellist is Cik Syakirah Binti Mohamed Amin. She is a Medical Service Design Engineerat Materialise. Next is Encik Mohammad Izuddin bin Abd Kadir. Currently, he works at Siemens Healthineers as Customer Service Engineer. The last panellist is Encik Muhammad Farhan Bin Ishak, one of the Assistant Director inMedical Device Authority (MDA). All the panellists shared their working experience along with the informative and interactive slides that been prepared. After that, moderator began to ask questions to all the panellists. The question must be answered by all the panellists since every one have their own opinion on that question. The point that student can take note is the elements that needed by the students are design, communication skills, technical, basic knowledge on anatomy and electronic and teamworking skills. As we will go through the 4th Industrial Revolution, it is good to expose students on this because the automation helps engineer in the fields of electronics, software, Artificial Intelligence and other fields.

The Question and Answer session started at 3.35 pm. Audience has asked question at the chat box in Webex or commented at FB live. There are many questions been asked and the panellists managed to answer all the questions. Before the forum ended, the moderator asked the panellists to give advice to the students. Hence, they asked students to explore everything during this journey, enjoy student life, join programme and activities as it helps to develop self estreem and try applying practical in the company that the student want to have experience.

The forum that been lead by Nur Arifah Ummaimah Binti Mohd Rosli ended at 4.00 pm. As this forum is important for student to increase their knowledge about biomedical engineering, we hoped that all students that participated in this programme will get benefits and helping them in planning their career in the future. We would like to express our gratitude to all parties and organization who inolve in ensuring the success of this forum programme. Thank you to all the participants, alumni, panellists, moderator, committee, technical team and staff from School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences.

Python Programming Workshop Series 1.0

 

On the 18th of December 2020, Biomedical Engineering and Health Science Society (BIOMEHS) in collaboration with School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences have conducted an online workshop for students of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia about the beginner skills and techniques of software engineering. The title of the workshop is “Python Programming Workshop 2020”. This is the first online workshop conducted by BIOMEHS in this semester. It is held from 9.30am until 1.00pm using Microsoft Team online meeting software platform. People that involve in this programme are 33 students and 2 speakers.

This program is a starting point for students to get in touch on software programming career in which can be implemented insde the biomedical engineering course. The workshop starts wth an open ceremony with a welcoming speech by Dr Asnida to the participants and speaker of the programme, then continue with the introduction of speakers, Mr Gary Lee and Mr Tan Pei Seng by the moderator Evianie Bingak Edward. The workshop starts off with the basics of software engineering using the Python software by Mr Tan Pei Seng, and continued by Mr Gary Lee introducing his company Orionplex Sdn.Bhd which is a company of engineering and mechanical supplies for industries of electronic and mechatronic. He then introducing the features of Python to their machineries int eh indsutry that related to the biomedical engineering.

As this forum ends, we as a committee hoped that all students attended this workshop able to get benefits and exposure needed to help their career decisions in the future. We would like to express our gratitude to all parties and organizations involved ensuring the success of this workshop programme. Hope to see more participants to join our next series which is Series 2 and Series 3 in the near future.

Python Programming Workshop Series 2.0

 

On the 8th of January 2021, Biomedical Engineering and Health Science Society (BIOMEHS) in collaboration with School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences have conducted a second online workshop for students of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia about the beginner skills and techniques of software engineering. The title of the workshop is “Python Programming Workshop 2020- Series 2”. This is the second online workshop conducted by BIOMEHS in this semester. It is held from 3.00pm until 6.30pm using Microsoft Team online meeting software platform. People that involve in this programme are 30 students and 1 speaker.This program is a starting point for students to get in touch on software programming career in which can be implemented inside the biomedical engineering course.

The workshop starts wth an introduction and welcoming speech by Evianie to the participants and speaker of the programme, then continue with the speaker’s profile introduction by himself, Mr Kelvin Teh. Starts off with the basics of software engineering using the Python software by Mr Kelvin The. This time he continue the previous workshop with a new approach of using the Python software, which is by OpenCV imaging technique. OpenCV free open source library used in real-time image processing. It’s used to process images, videos, and even live streams.

After that, the moderator opens QnA session sbout this workshop, students ask the speakers about more exposure about how Python can help the development of biomedical engineering machineries. Then, he explains and give many examples that blows participant’s mind about how software engineering can help the development of biomedical  engineering such as Artifical Intelligence development, and IT to store informations in a large capacity. The forum that led by Nur Yohan bin Samsul Huda, the director of Python Programming Workshop 2020 – Series 1 has ended on 6.15pm with a photo session with speakers and pariticpants on the webcam using the Microsoft Team software.

As this forum ends, we as a committee hoped that all students attended this workshop able to get benefits and exposure needed to help their career decisions in the future. We would like to express our gratitude to all parties and organizations involved ensuring the success of this workshop programme. Hope to see more participants to join our last series which is Series 3 in the near future.

Meet and Greet 2021

On 9th March 2021, Biomedical Engineering and Health Science Society (BIOMEHS) organized and conducted an online forum for Biomedical Engineering first-year students. The title of this online forum is “Meet and Greet BIOMEHS 2021”. It was held from 2.30 pm to 4.10 pm using the Webex platform. The total participants that are involved in this programme are 84 students including 10 committees.

This program is a platform for the students to increase their awareness regarding the benefits of joining BIOMEHS club. After waiting for all participants to join our programme through the Webex Link, the emcee greeted all the participants and the school teachers during the welcoming session. Dr Hanif and Dr Asnida were invited to give a welcoming speech to all the participants as well. At 3.20 pm, the lucky draw for session 1 is carried out. Dr Hanif initiated 5 spins for the lucky draws and 5 winners were revealed for the first round. After that, the president of BIOMEHS club gave a welcoming speech to all the participants as well. She encourages first-year students to join the events actively in the future to gain more new experience and acquire new skills.

Next, a video clip prepared by the committees was played on the online platform to allow students to know more about the upcoming events of BIOMEHS club this year, followed by the 10-minutes Question and Answer (QnA) session. The audience has asked questions  through a link posted in the chat box that will be shared later on the slides. Dr Hanif, Dr Asnida and the president of BIOMEHS club helped to answer the questions asked by all the participants patiently. At 4.00 pm, the lucky draw for session 2 was carried out. This time, Dr Asnida initiated 5 spins to reveal 5 winners. One of the winners did not respond when her name was called out, therefore her prize was cancelled. Hence, there were only 9 winners left instead of 10 winners. Before the whole programme ended, there was a photography session whereby all participants were asked to change their virtual background and turn on their front camera.

As this forum is important for students to raise their awareness of the benefits of joining the BIOMEHS Club. We hoped that all participants that joined this programme will obtain benefits and strengthen team spirit among biomedical engineering students. We also hope that all students are encouraged to engage more in the upcoming online activities based on their own skills and interests. We would like to express our gratitude to all participants, committees, technical team and school teachers from the School of Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences in joining this programme named “Meet and Greet BIOMEHS 2021”.

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