Fasee Ullah, CS PhD student received Best Student and Chancellor’s Award

Fasee Ullah, CS PhD student received Best Student and Chancellor’s Award

SKUDAI, 27th October 2017, FC postgraduate student, Fasee Ullah, has received the prestigious Chancellor’s and Best Student Award during 59th UTM Convocation. The Best Postgraduate Student Award took place at Dewan Kencanapuri, Pulai Spring Resort, Johor Bahru in conjunction with UTM 59th Convocation.Fasee, with his supervisor, Prof. Dr. Abdul Hanan bin Abdullah and Deputy Dean in Research and Innovation of Faculty of Computing, Prof. Dr. Kamalrulnizam bin Abu Bakar

Fasee Ullah, from Faculty of  Computing was among 11 students who received the reputable Best Student Award. He was hooded by his supervisor, Prof. Dr. Abdul Hanan bin Abdullah, for signifying his successful achievement in his graduate program.

The Chancellor Award is given at Convocation Ceremony to only two excellent postgraduate graduates who have obtained the First Class for their Doctor of Philosophy and fulfilled the selection criteria and conditions set by the university. As the honorable recipient of this award, Fasee had received medal, cash and Certificate of Commendation.

Following Fasee’s successful achievement, the faculty hope that Fasee will be an example for fellow undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Top 50 the most downloaded paper of IEEE Sensor Journal | PCRG

Top 50 the most downloaded paper of IEEE Sensor Journal | PCRG

IEEE Sensor Council To:
Mr. Abdul Waheed Khan, Prof. Dr. Abdul Hanan Abdullah, Dr. Mohammad Abdur Razzaque, Mr. Javed Iqbal Bangash, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,
On behalf of the IEEE Sensor Council I am pleased to congratulate you, the coauthors of the paperVGDRA: A Virtual Grid-Based Dynamic Routes Adjustment Scheme for Mobile Sink-Based Wireless Sensor Networks, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 15, No.1, January 2015, for your paper being on of the 50 most downloaded Sensors Journal papers in the months of January, February and March 2015.

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Further reading: Top 50 the most downloaded paper of IEEE Sensor Journal | Pervasive Computing Research Group