International Conference on

Green Sustainable Technology and Management


Keynote Speaker

Dr. Sarana Photchanachan

Dean of School of Management

Shinawatra University

Dr. Sarana Photchanachan graduated from Maejo Universtiy, Thailand with a Ph.D. in business administration. He has an academic experience of over 15 years. Now, he is a lecturer at the School of Management, Shinawatra University and has held the post of Acting Dean of School of Management since January 2022. His specialization of research is on the management, social entrepreneurship and social innovation. He is involved in mentoring master and Ph.D. students.

Social and Green Entrepreneurship in Sharing Economy

Social and green entrepreneurship is doing business for a social cause. Social entrepreneurs combine commerce and social issues in a way that improves the lives of people. The concept of green entrepreneurship is related to and includes similar concepts identified such as: biosphere entrepreneurship, eco-friendly entrepreneurship. Social and green entrepreneurs are important for economic development and can make a significant contribution to eliminating unemployment, poverty and environmental problems even bringing the new innovative product or services to the market.

Associate Professor Dr. Mohd Shazrul Fazry Bin Sa'Ariwijaya

Head of Pusat Penyelidikan Tasik Chini,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Shazrul Fazry graduated from The University of Queensland, Australia with a Ph.D. in Carcinogenesis. Since then, he has been working with potential local food products and natural resources to combat disease and health-related problems. In addition to this, Dr. Shazrul is also the Head of Pusat Penyelidikan Tasik Chini in UKM. There he has managed to use his scientific skills to tackle environmental issues and provide solutions to heal the lake and its people.

Dr. Lim Daw Yuen

General Manager

Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn. Bhd.

Dr Lim Daw Yuen is currently the General Manager of Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn. Bhd. He holds a Degree of Engineering (Chemical) from UTM, Malaysia and registered as a member of Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). He holds an MBA from University Lincoln, UK and obtained his Doctorate in Business Administration from OUM, Malaysia in year 2012. He began his career with Siemens Power Generation as Engineer for Power Plants in 1999. He moved on to join the local automation company as Division Manager for sales and distribution area for 2 years prior to join Sime Darby in year 2007. Since then, he leads and identifies priority areas of work for the Company in Gas Turbine & Gas Engine Cogeneration, District Cooling, CNG Stations, and BioCNG and other renewable energy business. He has contributed significantly at pioneering and architecting the value chain of COGEN & BioCNG in Malaysia.

Dr. Elammaran Jayamani

Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering,

Swinburne University of Technology,Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Dr. Elammaran Jayamani graduated from University Sarawak Malaysia with a PhD in Materials and Process. He has been an academician for 21 years and is currently a senior lecturer and Course Coordinator of Mechanical Engineering | Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Science, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, Malaysia

Dr. Elammaran is a Member of International Professional Engineers (IntPE (UK.), a Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Chartered Engineer (CEng) MIMechE (UK) and a Registered Graduate Engineer with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM).

His current research interests revolve around the generation and dissemination of new knowledge to enhance the quality of life including biomedical applications derived from renewable resources, free radical graft polymerization and has given several talks concepts of sustainable materials and manufacturing, sustainable development goals, and circular economy.

Professor Dr. Wang Anjie

Distinguished Professor,

Yinchuan University of Energy, China.

Anjie Wang obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering at Dalian University of Technology (DUT) in 1992. He is a professor and Ph.D. supervisor in catalysis in the School of Chemical Engineering at DUT and the Distinguished Professor at Yinchuan University of Energy (2016-present). He was awarded the Prestigious Teacher in Higher Education of Liaoning Province. He spent a sabbatical year with Professor Toshiaki Kabe at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan. He worked with Professor Roel. Prins at the ETH in Zurich, Switzerland, and with Professor Chunshan Song at the Pennsylvania State University, USA, as a visiting professor, and with Professors Johannes Lercher and Donald M. Camaioni at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA, as a guest professor. He is a committee member of the Chinese Catalysis Society, Director of the Liaoning Key Laboratory of Petrochemical Engineering and Equipment and Director of the Centre for Microchannel Reaction Process R&D at DUT. His research interests include catalytic conversion of biomass, hydrotreating catalysis, oxidative desulfurisation, synthesis of novel catalytic materials, selective hydrogenation, plasma catalysis in New energy field and microchannel reactors.

Dr. Cris Birzer

Senior Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering,

The University of Adelaide, Australia.

Dr Cris Birzer is a Chartered Professional Engineer with a PhD from the University of Adelaide. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and the Director of the Humanitarian and Development Solutions Initiative (HDSI). His research focuses on the development and implementation of technology for the humanitarian/development context, including renewable energy generation systems, water treatment, and sustainable development.

Dr Birzer is a former consultant engineer and member of the Australian Defence Force, having worked in East Timor, Solomon Islands, and the 2019/2020 Australian Bushfire Response. Cris also deployed to Nepal with the World Food Programme to assist with the 2015 Earthquakes emergency response.