Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

The FKE was established in late 1974. Since 1st June 1995, the faculty commences operation at the main campus of the University in Skudai, Johor until today.

Research Institute / Laboratory / School

The faculty has grown to become the largest center of academicians and electrical engineering experts in Malaysia with more than 170 high-caliber staffs whom are involved in teaching and academic research and 56 dedicated non-academic staff. The faculty is lead by the Dean and assisted by two Deputies, nine Head of Departments, and a Director of Institute, three Directors of Centre , an Information Technology Manager, Deputy Registrar and an Assistant Registrar.


  • To provide world class program in teaching and learning within the field of Electrical Engineering.
  • To develop technology and technologists in the field of electrical engineering possessing high values and morals; and
  • To spearhead technology knowledge in the field of electrical engineering.

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2 technical articles »

Effect of Reflow Profile on Intermetallic Compound Formation

Oct 24, 2013 | I. Siti Rabiatull Aisha, A. Ourdjini, M. A. Azmah Hanim, O. Saliza

Reflow soldering in a nitrogen atmosphere is a common process consideration in surface mount technology assembly. This is because the use of nitrogen in reflow equipment may benefit the process as well as the quality of the end product, where it can increase the reliability of the solder joint. (...) The present study investigated thoroughly the effect of different reflow soldering atmosphere, which is air and nitrogen on IMC formation and growth...

A Printed Circuit Board Inspection System With Defect Classification Capability

Aug 15, 2013 | I. Ibrahim, S. Bakar, M. Mokji, J. Mukred, Z. Yusof, Z. Ibrahim, K. Khalil, M. Mohamad

An automated visual PCB inspection is an approach used to counter difficulties occurred in human’s manual inspection that can eliminates subjective aspects and then provides fast, quantitative, and dimensional assessments. In this study, referential approach has been implemented on template and defective PCB images to detect numerous defects on bare PCBs before etching process, since etching usually contributes most destructive defects found on PCBs. The PCB inspection system is then improved by incorporating a geometrical image registration, minimum thresholding technique and median filtering in order to solve alignment and uneven illumination problem. Finally, defect classification operation is employed in order to identify the source for six types of defects namely, missing hole, pin hole, underetch, short-circuit, mousebite, and open-circuit....

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