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Theme: Reset, Rewind

March 24, 2019
10:00am - 3:00pm +08
(UTC +8hrs)
Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya
This event is open to the public.
Tickets are available.

Surely, we can "reset" technology when it is not working well or "rewind" the tape of our favourite scenes in movies. But not everything in this world can be rewind or can it? Being able to rewind back and prevent ourselves from making such a massive mistake seems ideal right? However, have you ever thought of what had happened should not be rewind or reset?

The present generation yields a level of technology that makes it extremely convenient for most people to access information. However, there are some who have yet to take advantage of this privilege, as well as a proportion of people who have been exposed to misinformation when using that very same platform.

Hence, TEDxHeriotWattUMalaysia wishes to rewind and reset your perception on various fields and topics out there, that are less well-known or commonly misinterpreted.

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
Precinct 5
Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya, 62200
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Dr Muhammad Rahim Kamaludin

Dr. Mohammad Rahim Kamaluddin or more commonly known as Rahim Munna is a senior lecturer at University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). Dr. Rahim is of a Chinese-Indian parentage who received vernacular school education when he was younger. Although he did not have a firm grasp on English when he was younger, he still made a name at Universiti Sains Malaysia with his excellent academic performance in the field of forensic science and criminology. Dr. Rahim impressively received Chancellor’s Gold Medal award and The Royal Education Award in 2011. He strongly believes that scoring good grades is not the aspect that contributes to his success but his strong ties with vernacular school teachings as well as finding his passion and fuel it to succeed.

Dr. Jasmine Hue Seow Mun

Molecular Biology Lecturer
Dr. Hue Seow Mun (Jasmine) is a lecturer in Molecular Biology from the School of Science, Monash University Malaysia. She a strong advocate for active learning, evidenced through her award-winning innovative teaching approaches. Currently at the early stage of her career, Dr. Hue’s philosophy is to engage and enhance student learning by creatively incorporating innovative technologies and games in her teaching practice to cater for the next generation learner. She currently has a copyrighted board game, card game and mobile app to teach Biotechnology and Genetics. Her gamification project was recognized through the PVC’s Award for Excellence in Education (Early Career) 2017 and Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning 2018 (Monash University Australia). She is also working with NGO to enhance learning for dyslexic kids.

Rathimalar Govindarajoo

Dancer, Choreographer, Dance Educator Specialist
Rathimalar Govindarajoo (Rathi) specialises in Indian Classical Odissi, Bharata Natyam and Modern Contemporary dance. She spent her formative years with Sutra Dance Theatre for over two decades and worked full-time as one of the pioneer dancers of Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company (SJDC) London, UK. She was a Fairview International School Dance Educator in the Middle Year Program (IB) for two years, and currently a Dance Educator Specialist (DES) in the GCSE Secondary syllabus in Help International School. She continues to contribute her extensive dance experience towards the performing arts and education in Malaysia and abroad.

Organizing team


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Deshvin Sidhu
  • Hubaeinthra Selvadorai
  • Noor Syaimma Syed Ali
  • Sai Vishnu