Presentation on MOBILISE Project to the Johor State Government

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Date:
30th April 2020

Place/Venue:
Johor State Government Secretary’s Office, Johor

Participants:
YBhg Dato’ Dr. Badrul Hisham Bin Kassim (Deputy of State Secretary (Management) of Johor), Encik Jamil Hasni bin Abdullah (Division Secretary of Science, Technology & ICT Division of Johor), Representative from National Security Council of Johor, Representative from State Health Department of Johor, YBhg Prof Datuk Ts. Dr. Wahid Bin Razzaly (Vice Chancellor of UTHM), YBhg. Prof. Dr. Mohd Shahir Shamsir Bin Omar (Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation) of UTHM), Mohd Faisaluddin Bin Abdul Aziz (Special Officer for Vice Chancellor UTHM), Sr. Dr. Noralfishah Sulaiman (KANZU Research, UTHM), Siti Kursiah Kamalia Abdul Latib (KANZU Research, UTHM), Umber Nazir (KANZU Research, UTHM) and Nur Azhani Adnan (KANZU Research, UTHM)

Description:

KANZU Research has been invited to attend and present for the proposed collaboration in MOBILISE project initiative for data management of COVID-19 for Johor state. The presentation was chair by the Deputy of State Secretary (Management) YBhg Dato’ Dr Badrul Hisham Kassim.

Our Vice Chancellor, YBhg Prof. Datuk Ts. Dr. Wahid Razzaly, then start the presentation by introducing what is MOBILISE project and the purpose of presentation to all the members of meeting. He then, hand over the session to Sr. Dr. Noralfishah Sulaiman to continue the presentation as she was the leader of the project. The presentation overall is explaining what is MOBILISE project and how it can help and contribute in combat the COVID-19 outbreak especially in term of data management in Johor state.

Positively, the presentation was agreed and accepted by the all the members of meeting. The Deputy State Secretary gives out the suggestion to improve our proposal by adding the future plan for the past COVID-19 situation. He then suggests making another video conference to discuss further for collaboration on this matter.

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