The MIMOS Board of Directors comprise individuals who have extensive experience and expertise in technology, management, design, finance, legal, corporate affairs, marketing, human resource and education. Together, the members serve to guide the MIMOS Leadership in driving the organisation in the best interest of the stakeholders; and in adding value to the organisation by continuing to improve on its R&D and commercialisation programme.
QualificationMaster of Arts from Leeds University, United Kingdom
QuoteThe frontier technology research in MIMOS plays a vital role in the long term achievement of the country’s socio-economic goals.
President and Chief Executive Officer
QualificationBachelor of Engineering (Hons.) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Universiti Malaya, Malaysia
QuoteWe believe in the POWER OF TECHNOLOGY: fuelled by PEOPLE, PROFITS & PROGRESS
QualificationPhD in Political Science (Development Studies) from University of Hawaii
QuoteThe IPs MIMOS creates will be our currencies in the technology-connected world.
QualificationMaster of Philosophy (Development Studies) from University of Sussex, United Kingdom
QuoteMIMOS technology plays a great role in the quest to improve service delivery through ICT deployment, at a fraction of the cost.
QualificationPhD in Mechanical Engineering from Leeds University, United Kingdom
Quote“The power of technology and innovation closes gaps, bridges distance and makes life, work and play, that much more efficient.”
QualificationBachelor of Economics (Honours) degree from University of Malaya and Master of Economics from Western Michigan University, United States of America
QuoteDespite rapid adoption of technology, many developing economies face lukewarm competition and slow innovation rate. For Malaysia, MIMOS can turn out to be the X factor in driving the national competitiveness.
QualificationChartered Accountant (Malaysia) Fellow of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and UK Master of Business Administration (UKM)
QuoteMIMOS accelerates the journey that an enterprise takes to optimise ICT technologies. But while we may be rich in ideas and knowledge resources, the areas of opportunity lie with the industry.
QualificationBachelor of Computer Science (Honors), University of Science Malaysia
QuoteA prosperous nation can spend a generous sum on R&D, which in turn can create more wealth. The time is opportune for MIMOS to jump into this virtuous cycle and lead Malaysia to sustainable wealth by 2020.