5s Practice

TriPreM new students got safety training last week on 20th September 2019, Friday and we practice 5S activity this week on 27th September 2019, Friday. By cleaning rooms by ourselves, the members can learn where they can find necessary items, where they should allocate our tools, etc. Most importantly, they will start to have emotional attachments to their room, tools, and machines. In our Laboratory, we do the 5s routine every Friday afternoon after our Rin-Koh Session.  This is a good practice to everyone.

 

“The importance of measuring and controlling humidity in Tribology research” Lecture, 24th September 2019

“The importance of measuring and controlling humidity in Tribology research” Lecture, 24th September 2019

On 24th September 2019, Prof Fukuda gave an interesting lecture about the importance of measuring and controlling humidity in Tribology research at Japan Measuring Instructions Federation. 

Congratulations to Hidayah on Receiving the Best Poster Award

On 19th September 2019, we`ve got a big news for MJIIT where one of the TriPreM members, Ms Hidayah Shahemi under supervisions Dr. Shahira Liza Kamis with collaboration of Kyushu University (Prof. Yoshinori Sawae) won the Best Poster Award at the prestigious International Tribology Conference, ITC 2019 in Japan. Ms. Hidayah presented her research on “Effect of Modifying UHMWPE Using Graphene Oxide and Graphite Flakes as Fillers on Protein Adsorption and Wear Behaviour”. Congratulation on winning The Best Poster Award.

 

 

International Tribology Conference, ITC Sendai 2019 in Japan

The International Tribology Conference (ITC) was founded by the Japanese Society of Tribologists (JAST). The ITC was first held in Tokyo (1985) following the JSLE-ASLE International Lubrication Conference (1975). Following successful conferences in Nagoya (1990), Yokohama (1995), Nagasaki (2000), Kobe (2005), Hiroshima (2011), and Tokyo (2015), ITC 2019 will be held in Sendai, Japan.

On 17th September – 21st September 2019, 5 TriPreM members attend and present their work at a prestigious international conference: International Tribology Conference, which is held around every 5 years since 1985. It’s a great achievement for TriPreM after 7 years from its establishment.

 

Welcoming New Undergraduate & Postgraduate Students to TriPreM

On 13rd September 2019, TriPreM had a welcoming party for 11 final year project students, 2 master course students, 1 PhD student, and 1 exchange student from Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan. Hope they will enjoy the Japanese style laboratory of TriPreM.

 

 

Special Rinkoh (輪講)

On 11st September 2019, we had a special Rinkoh (輪講) for 3 students who are going to present their work at an international conference in Japan.

 

 

              Afiqah bt Abdul Rahman

    Nur Hidayah Binti Shahemi

 

                 Syazwani bt Mohamad

Guest from Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan

On 11st September 2019, Wednesday,  Prof. Dr. Yoshida and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yokoi visited TriPreM from Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan visited TriPrem. We introduced TriPreM’s laboratory and research activities to them. We are looking forward for more visit from them.

A Guest from Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT)

On 19th Aug., an emeritus professor from Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT), Dr. Toshiharu Kagawa visited TriPreM. He is still working actively even after his retirement from TIT. We are looking forward for more visit from him.

The 6th ASIA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRIBOLOGY 2018 (ASIATRIB 2018)

ASIATRIB 2108 is one of the event of the in the series International Trilogy Conferences which assembled national tribology society such as from Asia-Pasicif Country. The 6th ASIATRIB was hold last 17th Septmeber in Kuching, Sarawak. As the objectives  are to share ideas among the researches and the academicians  from various agencies, 5 members of TRIPREM had also attended the conference.

The following are participants from Tribology and Precision Machining i-Kohza:

 

Prof. Dr. Kanao Fukuda Fundamental Physical Mechanisms of Adhesive Wear Identified With Spatiotemporal Mapping Analysis
Dr. Shahira Liza Binti Kamis Fabrication And Wear Characterization Of Dimple Textured On The Surface Of Uhmwpe
Noor Dalilah A Manaf Influences Of Surface Roughness On Water Adsorption On Austenitic Stainless Steel
Nurhazfarahin Md Ali Spatiotemporal Mapping Analysis On The Sliding Behavior Of Steels With Different Hardness
Yap Kian Kun Effects Of Adsorbed Water Due To Atmospheric Humidity On Ball-On-Ball Sliding Contact

Picture of TRIPREM members at the conference

2015 Hydrogenius & I2CNER Tribology Symposium in International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum, Kyushu University, Japan

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Conference name: Hydrogenius & I2CNER Tribology Symposium

Date: 4th February 2015

Venue: Kyushu University, Japan

On 4th February 2015, Prof. Dr. Kanao Fukuda chaired a session of 2015 Hydrogenius & I2CNER Tribology Symposium in International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum 2015, Kyushu University, Japan.

The 2015 Hydrogenius & I2CNER Tribology Symposium in International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum took place at the Ito Campus, Kyushu University, Japan from 3rd February to 4th February 2015. The website and the session itinerary may be found at the International Hydrogen Forum 2015 official web page.