Amardeep Singh Dhillon, a fourth year engineering student at a Malaysian university, is on a roll after having won two education-related awards recently.
The 25-year old Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) student and three fellow course mates topped the inter-university Inclusive Innovation Challenge 2018 (IIC) with an energy harvesting mechanism.
The project was part of their bachelor’s degree project. The winning product allows for the development of energy harvesting mechanism from burning process via an IoT based system. It is meant to help communities in emergencies like floods to utilise full biomass to produce electricity.
Amardeep also won gold in the Innovation and Design Expo (IDEX) 2018.