Ong Zhi Chao, received both his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering (2007) and Master of Engineering Science degree in vibration and rotor dynamics (2010) from University of Malaya, Malaysia with distinction. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in University of Malaya in March, 2013. His expertise includes vibration, modal analysis, virtual instrumentation and signal processing. He is active in research and developed a new vibration testing technique named as Impact-Synchronous Modal Analysis (ISMA) which has been implemented in teaching, research and real industrial cases. For the past 8 years, he involved in numerous industrial projects on machinery vibration at both on-shore and off-shore petrochemical and oil and gas processing plants in Malaysia. He also has experiences in conducting machinery vibration training courses for engineers and technicians from oil and gas industry. Dr. Ong was appointed as visiting research fellow of Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University in 2014 for the tenure of 3 years. He is also a Chartered Engineer of Engineering Council, UK under the membership of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK since 2014. He became the corporate member of Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) and has successfully registered as Professional Engineer (P.Eng) with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) in 2016. He also joined Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM) in 2015 and has been elected as a committee member in IMM Vibration Committee.

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Dr. See MeeHoong, MD (UPM), Master of Surgery (UM), Breast Surgery (Fellowship UM-Mahidol University, Thailand) Dr See Mee-Hoongis a lecturer and Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at University Malaya Medical Center (UMMC). She obtained her undergraduate degree fromUniversity Putra Malaysia in 2003. Subsequently, she completed her Master Degree of Surgery (General) fromUniversity Malaya in May 2011. She joined University Malaya Medical Faculty in 2012 as a clinical lecturer (subspecializing in Breast Oncoplastic Surgery). Currently, she is aOncoplasticBreast Surgeon inUniversity Malaya Medical Centre and University Malaya Specialist Center. She was an honorary fellow of Breast Oncoplastic Surgical Training in Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand in 2013. She is currently the investigator and co-investigator for a few clinical trials such as risk for breast cancer, Intraoperative Radiotherapy (TARGIT B Trial), improving outcome for breast conserving surgery and oncology treatment for Her-2 positive breast cancer (Samsung Trial). She is a member of College of Surgeon and Breast Chapter of Academy of Medicine Malaysia. Her fields of interest are breast oncoplastic surgery, immediate and delayed breast and nipple reconstruction for breast cancer.

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Rosli Said, graduated from Reading University, UK with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Land Management. He then pursued his studies at the same university and subsequently Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK and attained a M.Sc. in Urban Land Appraisal and Ph.D. in Real Estate Finance, respectively. He is a Chartered Surveyor, Registered Property Manager and a member of MIPPM, RISM and RICS. He is also a Profesional Valuer and Estate Agent registered with the Board of Valuers, Appraisers and Estate Agents Malaysia. Rosli commenced his career as a property development executive with Abrar Group International and involved in feasibility studies, development appraisal and real estate marketing. Prior to becoming an academician, Rosli worked with Henry Butcher Malaysia as a Research Manager and involved in consultancy jobs in real estate research, valuation, development, marketing, finance and investment locally as well as overseas. Being an academician, Rosli involves in several research projects, among others, an assessment of housing affordability in Malaysia, evaluation of housing finance system in emerging markets and forecasting office demand in Kuala Lumpur. Rosli's fields of interest include housing research, property modelling and forecasting, real estate development and real estate finance and investment.

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