13/03/2012

* Training: Petronas Technology University get trained in QGIS






Latihan: Universiti Teknologi Petronas diberi latiahn QGS

Laman ini nampaknya merupakan alat kuat untuk mempromosi QGIS di Malaysia. Hari ini, atas permintaan Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) Tronoh, pensyarah-pensyarah UTP juga diberi latihan QGIS. Terdapat minat dari seksyen akamemik UTP bernama Greening the Biomass Supply Chain through the High-Performance Optimization dan kami diminta memperkenalkan GIS melalui QGIS dimana mereka berhasrat untuk merangkaikannya bersama PostGIS. Ahem, ahem, hari tu amat penting bagi kami kerana pada hari tu, pemegang Saujana Muda dan Ijazah telah melatih Doktor dari bidang Sains Komputer dan Maklumat serta lain personel dari UTP dalam GIS :-D Salah seorang peserta telah pun mengambil slideshow saya dengan tujuan untuk mendedahkan QGIS kepada pelajarnya dari fakulti lain.

Training: Petronas Technology University get trained in QGIS

This site has been a powerful tool at promoting QGIS in Malaysia. Today, Petronas Technology University (UTP), Tronoh joined the bandwagon where upon their request, got trained in QGIS. There is an interest from the academic wing of UTP on a project called Greening the Biomass Supply Chain through the High-Performance Optimization so they upon us to learn the (GIS) rope with QGIS in mind because they are keen to link it with PostGIS. Ahem, ahem, it was an important day for us because that was a day when a Masters of Science and a Degree holder train a Doctor in Computer and Information Science and other personnel from the UTP in GIS :-D One of the participants took my slideshow with intention to expose his students from another faculty to QGIS.

Participants
M.Nordin Zakaria, Dr (ACADEMIC/UTP)
Rozana Kasbon (ACADEMIC/UTP)
Khamaruzaman Wan Yusof, Dr (ACADEMIC/UTP)
A.Nassir Matori, Dr (ACADEMIC/UTP)
M.Faris Khamidi, Dr (ACADEMIC/UTP)
Jasmi Ab.Talib (ACADEMIC/UTP)
Izzudin (RA/UTP)
Mansir Aminu (Nat. Space Research & Development Agency, Nigeria)


Excellent place to study
Typical classroom/labs 

4 comments:

  1. This is very good news! I'd wish Russian universities to be interested in open-source GIS...

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    1. Easy! Ask them to read this blog. If Malaysia can do it, Russia can do it too.

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