Farhan Mohamed, PhD
Racing bar chart with online daily updated data
I created the following racing bar chart tutorial months ago in showing how anyone can create, animate and gain insight from a live data and an animated chart. If you run the codes, it is horrified to see that the coronavirus threat is worryingly becoming worse in...
My four ingredients in teaching and learning programming throughout the MCO “lockdown”
The introduction of the MCO has led to the stop of all face to face lectures. Although online learning has been around for sometimes, It has never been in such limelight and needs as of today. Teachers and lecturers are no more assisted by the well-equipped labs,...
Opinion – Surviving COVID19 social distancing digitally
On the 11th of March 2020, WHO declared COVID19 as a pandemic. The spread of the virus through human-to-human contacts has made social interactions and our everyday activities from meetings, travelling, to even shopping constrained. As advised by the WHO and the...
Completing the missing 3D puzzle pieces: Using Modified Butterfly Interpolation Scheme for Hole-filling in 3D Data Reconstruction
This paper presents an alternative technique of hole-filling method in pixel nearest neighbour for 3D volume reconstruction, in order to reconstruct the voxels that are not captured by the medical imaging scanner such as ultrasound. However, many existing works claim...
Farhan is the Director of the Department of Emergent Computing, Faculty of Computing UTM. He is currently holds the position of the Secretary for IEEE Computer Society Malaysia. He is a fellow at the MaGICX UTM, an IEEE Senior Member and a lifetime member of ACM MyHCI-UX Malaysia. Farhan was a member of the 2017 -2018 100 ACM Global Practitioner Advisory Committee. In 2017, he participated in the Leaders in Innovation Fellowship by Royal Academy of Engineering United Kingdom. Previously, Farhan was appointed as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at MaGICX Sdn. Bhd. (2015-2017).
Education: Farhan received his PhD in Computer Science (Data Visualisation) from Swansea University in 2014. Farhan received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with the Excellence Student Award by Juita-UTM in 2003. He has been working on Web Performance Optimization for his Master of Science study. The work received a Gold award at Malaysian Technology Expo 2006 and a Gold award at the International Exhibition of Inventions, Geneva, in 2006. Currently, his work focuses on digital branding, gamification, data visualisation and augmented and virtual reality. His research interests broadened to include visual analytics, visual metaphors, human-computer interactions, virtual environment, and procedural computer graphics.
Dr Farhan Mohamed
Deputy Director (Branding Management and Digital Communication), Corporate Affairs, UTM
Senior Lecturer (School of Computing, Faculty of Engineering, UTM)
Research Fellow (MaGICX UTM)
Academic and Professional focus area:
Data Visualisation. Finding new insights out of Data. Data visualisation helps on exploring the data, analyse some statistics, or to present and information.
Focus areas are Scientific visualisations (medical informatics and DNA visualisation) and Information visualisations.
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
Human Computer Interaction is a field where User Experience (UX) is emphasised. New interaction technologies and IoT allowed human to interact and be more integrated with computers thus increase the interactions between us and machine.
Digital Branding covers vast area of digital communications from web systems, social media platforms to digital presence. Currently hashtag plays crucial role in tagging these social interaction and will be around for a while. Hashtag #iamUTM #UTMmyhome