Event Details

AMCHAM is delighted to announce that H.E. Brian McFeeters, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia, Y.A.B. Chow Kon Yeow, Chief Minister of Penang and a representative from the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) will be joining us this year to deliver keynote addresses in their traditional conversation during the program.

As Malaysia remains a key destination for high-value manufacturing and global services, can Malaysia set a stronger ecosystem by building a resilient and sustainable supply chain in the emerging global ecosystem and how?

Join AMCHAM at our annual Penang Dialogue and hear great insights from the APEC and U.S leaders on Thursday, 8 September 2022 from 9:00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. (Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.) at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Penang.

The Penang Dialogue is the Chamber's annual signature program that brings together AMCHAM members with key stakeholders from industry, local government, thought leaders and academia to discuss core themes related to doing business in Malaysia, emphasizing Malaysia's role in the global value chain.

Tiered Corporate Members 2022

If you are a Platinum or Gold tiered member, please contact Yvonne Miranda at yvonne@amcham.com.my to claim your complimentary ticket (1 ticket per company).

For information about Sponsorship Opportunities for this event, please contact Ms Yvonne Miranda at yvonne@amcham.com.my.


Date: Thursday, 8 September 2022

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. onwards)

Venue: Eastern & Oriental Hotel, Penang


8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Registration Starts
9:00 AM - 9:05 AM
Welcome remarks by AMCHAM
9:05 AM - 9:30 AM
Presentation 1: The Transition: Global Value Chains
Malaysia remains as a key destination for FDI much of which is attracted to the strong ecosystem that has been built over 50 years. In an age where emerging factors demand greater efficienci...
Malaysia remains as a key destination for FDI much of which is attracted to the strong ecosystem that has been built over 50 years. In an age where emerging factors demand greater efficiencies and better management of resources this presentation explores how the ecosystem is going to be impacted when combining “digital applications with operational changes helps yield significant performance improvements”.

How will new technologies and traceability within trade policies reshape global value chains? Where is Malaysia in the evolution?

Bo Huang
Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, Singapore
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9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Panel 1: Around the World Again, and Again - Re-imagining the Future of Global Trade
As new trade patterns emerge along with expectations on a more inclusive trading system this panel will focus on economic recovery, opportunities and challenges in the emerging trade environ...
As new trade patterns emerge along with expectations on a more inclusive trading system this panel will focus on economic recovery, opportunities and challenges in the emerging trade environment. Re-alignment with the emerging trade agendas, shifting supply chain philosophies and how technologies and services will impact and improve supply chain efficiency and transparency.

Linda Ooi, International Tax and Transaction Services – Operating Model Effectiveness group, Ernst & Young

Bo Huang, Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, Singapore
Nantha Kumar, Director International Trade Policy, Intel Malaysia
Sebastian Cortes-Sanchez, Deputy Director, Asian Trade Center
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10:45 AM - 11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Keynote address by YBhg Dato' Sri Norazman Ayob, Deputy Secretary General, Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Panel 2: Enabling Tomorrow’s Infrastructure
Global supply chains have been challenged throughout the pandemic and the supply chains will continue to face uncertainties, including in technology related investments, and “reshoring” and ...
Global supply chains have been challenged throughout the pandemic and the supply chains will continue to face uncertainties, including in technology related investments, and “reshoring” and “near-shoring'' activities.

This panel will discuss infrastructure & connectivity in supply chain management the role and usage of data that connects manufacturing, services, goods and talents into a dynamic global highway, additionally:

- the role of cybersecurity in critical infrastructure protection and how it can protect a country’s competitiveness
- the demand of a greener infrastructure especially around energy & water resources
- transportation and logistics infrastructure to support supply chain resilience
- New traceability requirements
Moderator: Dalbir Singh, Senior Director, Quantela Inc

Yeong-Chuan (YC) Lim, Country President, Malaysia & Singapore, Honeywell
Vivien Pua, Senior Industry Analyst, Security, Frost & Sullivan
Mahadhir Aziz, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
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12:15 PM - 12:30 PM
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch and Remarks by Guests of Honor
12:30pm - Luncheon1:00 pm - Remarks by Antony Lee, Chair, AMCHAM, CEO, AIG Malaysia1:10pm - Remarks by H.E. Brian McFeeters, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia1:20pm - Keynote Address by Penang Chi...
12:30pm - Luncheon

1:00 pm - Remarks by Antony Lee, Chair, AMCHAM, CEO, AIG Malaysia

1:10pm - Remarks by H.E. Brian McFeeters, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia

1:20pm - Keynote Address by Penang Chief Minister, Y.A.B. Chow Kon Yeow
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1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Luncheon Dialogue: Emerging Green
How are Penang State policies and initiatives helping and supporting companies on their journey through ESG and making the location and leading the way for Malaysia as a sustainable destina...
How are Penang State policies and initiatives helping and supporting companies on their journey through ESG and making the location and leading the way for Malaysia as a sustainable destination for FDI.

Moderator: Siobhan Das, CEO, AMCHAM

Y.A.B. Chow Kon Yeow, Chief Minister of Penang
H.E. Brian McFeeters, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia
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2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Panel 3: Developing a Sustainable SME Ecosystem
SMEs have potential to create sustainable impact in the global supply chain ecosystem. The discussion will cover the challenges and concerns of SMEs as they plug into global supply chains do...
SMEs have potential to create sustainable impact in the global supply chain ecosystem. The discussion will cover the challenges and concerns of SMEs as they plug into global supply chains domestically and internationally, how MNCs can support the journey and aspirations for SMEs and will the SMEs continue to bedrock the global trade.

Shahrizal Mohd Suffian, Executive Director for SEA, Deloitte

Steven Xavier Chan, International Head of Government Relations and Public Policy, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, PayPal
Dr. Juita Mohamad, Director, Economics and Business Unit; Director of Research, IDEAS Malaysia
Dr. Wong Peng Wen, CEO, Filpal (M) Sdn Bhd
​​Noor Amy Ismail, Chief Operating Officer, Malaysia Venture Capital Management (MAVCAP)
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3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Closing Remarks & Networking


  • Y.A.B. Chow Kon Yeow (Chief Minister at Government of Penang)

    Y.A.B. Chow Kon Yeow

    Chief Minister at Government of Penang

  • Ambassador Brian McFeeters (U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia at U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur)

    Ambassador Brian McFeeters

    U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia at U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur

    Brian D. McFeeters has served as U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia since February 26, 2021. A career member of the Senior Foreign Service, Brian previously served as Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy, Baghdad, Iraq, Senior Advisor in the Office of the Counselor to the Secretary of State, and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs in Washington. Brian has spent half of his 30-year Foreign Service career working on Southeast Asia, including as Deputy Chief of Mission of U.S. Mission Indonesia, as Political Counselor at U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur, and as Deputy Director of the State Department’s Office of Maritime Southeast Asia.

    Mr. McFeeters’ other assignments include service as the Economic Minister Counselor of the U.S. Mission to the European Union in Brussels, Belgium and Economic Minister Counselor for U.S. Embassy Baghdad, and Deputy Political Counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, Republic of Korea. Brian previously served in the U.S. Air Force, attaining the rank of Captain.

    Mr. McFeeters was awarded B.A. and B.S. degrees from the University of Notre Dame, an M.S. from the University of New Mexico, and an M.A. from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. His foreign languages are Malaysian, Indonesian, French, Spanish, and German.

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  • Bo Huang (Expert Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company)

    Bo Huang

    Expert Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company

    Bo Huang is an expert associate partner based out of the Singapore office. He leads McKinsey’s Semiconductor and Electronics Industry Practice in Southeast Asia.

    Bo has served multiple semiconductor and advanced industry clients on 5 main topics:
    1. Integration operation synergy due diligence
    2. Manufacturing cost optimization (labour productivity, shop floor automation, material consumption and procurement, subcontractor strategy, maintenance and spare parts, yield, supply chain, line efficiency)
    3. Organization efficiency and footprint remapping
    4. Quality management system
    5. Industry 4.0 transformation

    His clients span geographies including Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, China, Japan, Austria, and USA. More recently, Bo has developed McKinsey’s latest thinking on US-China trade tension and implication to technology sectors including artificial intelligence, 5G and semiconductors.

    Bo has developed scenarios and strategic implications in terms of supply chain, technology roadmap, customer engagement model, and technology partnership model. In addition to semiconductor and electronics industry, Bo has also served clients from multiple sectors, including energy, medical devices, and industrial equipment.

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  • Dalbir Singh (Senior Director of APJ Quantela Inc)

    Dalbir Singh

    Senior Director of APJ Quantela Inc

    Dalbir has years of proven strength in consultancy, strategy, innovation, and technology. Dalbir started off with a strong engineering background in Network and Security and with his continuous drive for growth and excellence, he evolved into being a trusted advisor to many organizations when it comes to digital transformation. His unique gift in understanding both business and technology and bridging the gap between the two has benefited many. Dalbir is also often invited to speak in conferences on Digital Transformation, Smart Cities, Cyber Security and Leadership.

    Dalbir is passionate about giving back to society especially for the underprivileged and youth. Driven by that passion, Dalbir played multiple roles within the Commonwealth Secretariat as Chair of ASIA Region for Commonwealth Youth Programme; Chair for Human Rights & Democracy Thematic and as a key member of the Commonwealth Observer Group. In country, Dalbir is a former Minister Appointed Member to the National Youth Consultative Council.

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  • Mahadhir Aziz (Chief Executive Officer at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation)

    Mahadhir Aziz

    Chief Executive Officer at Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation

    A recognized industry leader, Mahadhir has a proven track record of over 20 years in various industries including Financial Services, Energy (Oil and Gas), Information Technology and Media, serving established global and local organizations such as Deloitte Consulting, Kodak, PETRONAS and AmInvestment Bank.

    He was previously the co-founder and CEO of Futurise since its establishment in 2017, an agency under the Ministry of Finance mandated to drive the National Regulatory Sandbox (NRS) and a wholly owned subsidiary of Cyberview. In March 2020, Mahadhir was also handpicked to be part of the founding team at the National Economic Implementation and Strategic Coordination Agency (LAKSANA) under the Ministry of Finance.

    Appointed the General Manager at Cyberview in 2015, he was instrumental in formulating the development of the Cyberjaya Global Technology Hub Blueprint and its implementation. Amongst the notable digital and tech transformation projects in which he successfully launched was the establishment of the City Innovation Council to manage Smart City implementation including the Cashless Cyberjaya program.

    Mahadhir has also served on various committees such as the United Nations Technology Innovation Labs Advisory Panel and the Malaysian Industry4WRD Regulatory Panel at the Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI). On the global stage, Mahadhir has represented Malaysia at the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum (2015 – a World Economic Forum branch of Russian Federation), Smart City Expo World Congress (2016-2018) in Barcelona (where he was acknowledged as among the global thought leaders in smart city initiatives), Global Transformation Forum (2017) and United Nations World Urban Forum (2018) which subsequently led to him being invited as a panel member of the United Nations Technology Innovation Labs.

    Mahadhir is passionate about developing communities and society in general. He has contributed pro-bono work for the Project Management Institute (PMI) where he was the Content Reviewer and Contributor for the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), which is the guide used for all PMI-certified project managers (Project Management Professional – PMP) globally.

    He is an active participant in the Malaysian education system at both the university and secondary school programs ranging from volunteer work to arts and STEM. Mahadhir holds a B.Sc. Computer Science from Lakehead University with a Minor in Business and is registered with the Malaysia Board of Technologists (MBOT)

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  • Steven Xavier Chan (International Head of Government Relations, Asia-Pacific & Latin America at Paypal Pte Ltd)

    Steven Xavier Chan

    International Head of Government Relations, Asia-Pacific & Latin America at Paypal Pte Ltd

    Steven Xavier Chan is the Senior Director and International Head of Government Relations and Public Policy, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, for PayPal. Based in Singapore, he leads government advocacy, strategy and outreach efforts across more than 15 markets in the regions.

    Steven has more than 20 years of combined government and industry experience in international trade and public policy. Prior to joining PayPal, he was the managing director and regional head of regulatory, industry and government affairs for State Street based in Hong Kong. Steven also served as Director of Government Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility for the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. He previously held various positions in the US government as a Foreign Service Officer with the Department of State with overseas and domestic assignments in Mexico, China, and Washington D.C., and as Deputy Director for China and Mongolia Affairs with the Department of Commerce. He also worked at Booz Allen Hamilton and Deloitte Consulting supporting change management and enterprise transformation projects for large organizations.

    Steven currently serves as the Chair of the Emerging Payments Association Asia and board member of the American Association of Indo Pacific, the National Center for APEC, and an industry leader of the APEC Asia Pacific Financial Forum. Steven earned a Master of Arts in international economics and China studies from the School of Advanced International Studies at The Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts in international affairs and economics from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

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  • Nantha Kumar Govindasamy (Director - International Trade Policy (APAC) of Intel Microelectronics (M) Sdn Bhd)

    Nantha Kumar Govindasamy

    Director - International Trade Policy (APAC) of Intel Microelectronics (M) Sdn Bhd

    Nantha Kumar is the Director of International Trade Policies for Asia Pacific region. He leads Intel’s Trade policy / Digital Initiatives & ESG advocacy in the region to effectively influence trade laws, regulations and other government policies that aligns to Intel’s business operations, supply chain, market access needs, and overall strategy/business objectives.

    Nantha also focuses in establishing and leading the execution of the strategic influencing activities through alignment with Global Government Affairs Team leadership as well as internal and key external stakeholders such as customs and export control authorities, Government. Agencies across Asia Pacific and industry associations. Over the years, he has implemented a numbers of Trade Compliance programs. He is actively engaged in Government Advocacy programs to bridge Industry and Regulators. Lately he is also actively engaged in promoting and creating awareness to ASEAN governments to embrace digitalization (Block Chain, Machine Learning & AI) focusing on Supply Chain & Customs process. Externally he serves as the Vice Chairman for Customs & Trade Facilitation Committee with US-ASEAN Business Council APEC Supply Chain Committee Member.

    He holds a BSc (Hons) Degree from University of Salford, Manchester and holds Green Belt certification in Six Sigma. In his spare time besides spending time with his family, an avid reader and gardening enthusiast.

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  • Noor Amy Ismail (Chief Operating Officer at MAVCAP)

    Noor Amy Ismail

    Chief Operating Officer at MAVCAP

    Noor Amy Ismail, MAVCAP's COO, brings close to 24 years of corporate and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) experience across diverse industries in Malaysia and internationally. She has held leadership roles with firms such as Deloitte Touche, Media Prima Berhad, the Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia, MediaCorp of Temasek Holdings (Singapore), InvestKL, and FGV Holdings Berhad, amongst others, and co-founded a logistic & self-storage SME since 2006. Having spent years in London, she has contributed to the United Kingdom’s (UK) Department of Business, Energy, Industrial, and Strategy in the development of a RM3 billion anchor collaboration initiative supporting over 30,000 SMEs in the UK to level-up their digital strategy and execution and co-founded two F&B outlets in Bayswater, London. She is a Sloan Fellow from the London Business School and currently a Doctoral (PhD) candidate at Brunel University, London, specializing in Malaysia’s SMEs inter-collaboration framework for digital adoption. She is also a council member of a global social impact NGO supported by Social Value International.

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  • Sebastian Cortes-Sanchez (Deputy Director of Asian Trade Centre)

    Sebastian Cortes-Sanchez

    Deputy Director of Asian Trade Centre

    Sebastian Cortes-Sanchez is Deputy Director at the Asian Trade Centre. He leads and manages teams of analysts, policy experts and practitioners in the delivery of trade research, advisory and capacity building projects for governments, NGOs, and international organizations.

    As part of his work at the ATC, Sebastian works closely with officials from Asia - Pacific governments and regional and multilateral institutional bodies in the assessment, negotiation, and implementation of trade policies. He specializes in advising government officials on industry engagement and development policies and implementing trade related capacity building and advocacy programming across the Asia-Pacific.

    Sebastian also has extensive experience carrying out strategic advisory and supply chain management projects. These include the management and delivery of supply chain advisory projects that provide MNCs and MSMEs with strategic tools to take advantage of direct cost savings from the use of existing and upcoming FTAs.

    His areas of expertise include Digital Trade, Supply Chain Optimization and Resilience, Non-Tariff Measures, Regional Value Chains, Free Trade Agreements and US-China trade disputes.

    Sebastian holds Masters of Global Trade with Distinction from RMIT University

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  • YC Lim (Country President Malaysia & Singapore at Honeywell)

    YC Lim

    Country President Malaysia & Singapore at Honeywell

    YC Lim has over 18 years of working experience across technology industries, with the past 7 years with Honeywell. In his current role, YC is responsible for driving growth with key customers and strategic verticals, government relations, business capability building, new business development, and talent.

    Prior to his current role, YC was the Strategy and Marketing Director of Honeywell Southeast Asia. He was responsible for the corporate strategy, enterprise and vertical key accounts business development, and internal transformation projects.

    Before Honeywell, YC was a management consultant with Booz & Company, covering technology & telco industries in Southeast Asia. He also has a brief stint with PADU – setting up the Program Management Office to implement the Malaysian Education Transformation Blueprint for the Education Ministry.

    Early in his career, YC was a Research Engineer specializing in semiconductor design and network protocols programming. YC graduate with BSc. and MSc. In Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from INSEAD. He has authored a US patent for an optical device feedback self-test methodology.

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  • Dr. Juita Mohamad (Director, Economics and Business Unit and Director of Research at IDEAS)

    Dr. Juita Mohamad

    Director, Economics and Business Unit and Director of Research at IDEAS

    Dr. Juita Mohamad is the Director of the Economics and Business Unit and the Acting Director of Research at IDEAS. She was an Indo Pacific Fellow at Perth USAsia Center in Australia in 2021. Dr. Mohamad is one of the Resource Persons of Malaysia’s All Party Parliament Group on the Sustainable Development Goals. She has also served as a Fellow in the Economics, Trade and Regional Integration (ETRI) Division of Malaysia’s Institute for Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) and as an Economist at the Asia Desk, OECD Development Center in Paris.

    Juita earned a PhD in International Studies (Economics Discipline) from Waseda University. Her thesis focused on the impact of trade liberalisation on wage inequality between skilled and unskilled workers in Malaysia. She obtained her Master's Degree in Economics from Shiga University, Japan and her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from UKM. Her current research interests include trade, regional integration, protectionism, wage inequality, the informal sector, and digital trade.

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  • Shahrizal Mohd Suffian (Executive Director for SEA of Deloitte)

    Shahrizal Mohd Suffian

    Executive Director for SEA of Deloitte

    Shahrizal Mohd Suffian is an Executive Director for Deloitte SEA, based in the firm’s Kuala Lumpur office. He specializes in human capital transformation and strategic talent management. In his advisory role, Shahrizal’s focus is to integrate ideas into realistic actions, helping organizations design and implement frameworks and practices that encompass the full range of human capital initiatives. Shahrizal works collaboratively with the clients to develop appropriate and practical talent management initiatives. This includes recommending suitable sourcing and assessment tools, developing rewards strategies competency as well as managing performance through effective human capital systems design.

    Shahrizal has extensive experience developing integrated human capital interventions, establishing the critical linkages between organizational and business requirements to the talent demands required to meet business strategies. He has also mergers and acquisition and organizational culture change expertise, specifically in the finance and banking industry. In his consulting role, Shahrizal’s focus is to integrate ideas into practicable and actionable actions, helping organizations design and implement frameworks and practices that encompass the full range of human capital initiatives. Shahrizal works collaboratively with the clients in developing appropriate and practical solutions.

    Shahrizal has been involved in developing and delivering successful business solutions for several key organizations within the region, supporting both public and private sector organizations in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore.

    Shahrizal has over 28 years of experience within the human capital environment, having worked as both a practitioner and consultant. Prior to his tenure with Deloitte, Shahrizal was also the Head of Leadership and Capability Development for PETRONAS, as well as the Head of Human Resource for Ambank (M) Berhad’s Retail and Commercial Banks.

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  • Linda Ooi (Director of Ernst & Young)

    Linda Ooi

    Director of Ernst & Young

    Linda works with iconic government and industry clients. She leads a diverse, highly motivated and collaborative team in advising and supporting clients in supply chain assessment and operating model effectiveness projects within the Asia Pacific region. Her role is to understand their industry and business challenges to identify and capture opportunities and assist in resolving potential roadblocks.

    She serves an extensive range of industries, such as consumer products, technology, advanced manufacturing materials, including electronics and electrical, and many more.

    She has independently worked on extremely large and complex engagements in designing operating models and delivering favorable results on various rulings, government incentives, and other innovation/growth incentives. With a strong background in taxation consultancy, Linda advises many clients in identifying tax risk and making recommendations to manage the risk, assisted in tax audits and successfully obtain approvals on appeals and tax audits.

    Linda is recognized as the key resource in sharing insights with government agencies and advising in policy matters, which reflects her diverse capability and strengths. These include internal relationships within EY and outside EY, and the ability to bring in new products and services.

    She is also a regular speaker at various conferences and facilitator for regional EY and external events, internal tax business schools, and talent initiatives.

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  • Dr. Wong Peng Wen (Chief Executive Officer at Filpal (M) Sdn Bhd)

    Dr. Wong Peng Wen

    Chief Executive Officer at Filpal (M) Sdn Bhd

    Dr. Peng Wen Wong (Senior Member, IEEE) received the B.Eng. degree (Hons.) in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Leeds, in 2005, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Leeds, U.K., in 2009. During the Ph.D. degree, he was involved in a U.K. DTI-funded project, developing process design kits for multilayer system-in-package modules. He was also fully funded by the U.K. Ministry of Defense through the DTC Program, involving in the development of advanced high power tuneable microwave filter for defense radar application. He worked as an Associate Professor with the Petronas University of Technology, Perak, Malaysia from 2010-2019. From 2019-2021, he was with Huawei Sweden and worked as Principal Engineer and Program Manager, leading 5G research team for the development of next generation 5G massive MIMO base station. He received 2019 Future Star Award and Individual Performance Award 2020 from Huawei Sweden. Currently he is the CEO of FILPAL SDN BHD, driving RF Design & Manufacturing businesses and the development of RF supply chain ecosystem. Dr. Wong is also an Associate Fellow of the AAET.

    He has served as an invited speaker locally and internationally including at APMC 2017 and a keynote speaker at ICCSP 2017. He is currently an Advisor of the IEEE Penang Joint Chapter. He has served as the Technical Chair for IMESS 2017 and 2018. He was the Former Chair of the IEEE ED/MTT/SSC Penang Chapter, from 2016 to 2017. He was the Founding Chair of the IEEE International Microwave, Electron Devices, and Solid-State Symposium (IMESS), in 2016. He serves as a Reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation.

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  • Vivien Pua (Senior Industry Analyst Security Practice, Cybersecurity at Frost & Sullivan)

    Vivien Pua

    Senior Industry Analyst Security Practice, Cybersecurity at Frost & Sullivan

    Vivien Pua is an analyst with the Security team in the cyber security space. She focuses on in-depth industry research and interacts closely with all segments of the ecosystem including the leading security vendors, managed security service providers, channel partners and relevant experts.

    Vivien has more than 6 years of research/ consulting experience, primarily focus on cyber security market research in the APAC and the Greater China market. She covers a broad range of cyber security areas, forming long standing relationships with leading industry players and other stakeholders

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