Yoon is the founding member, director and mentor for the Penang Science Cluster. Prior to starting Penang Science Cluster, he played a major role in several award-winning high tech start-up companies in Penang after his time in Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies. Under his mentorship, the annual Penang International Science Fair and MakerFest have become iconic events in Penang’s calendar.
Peng Ee has 30 years of experience from his time in multinational companies like National Semiconductor, Hewlett-Packard, Agilent Technologies and Avago Technologies holding various positions in various functions. As the CEO of Penang Science Cluster, Peng Ee spearheads PSC’s mission of sparking interest, and cultivating a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in students in Penang and Malaysia.
Coming to us after vast experiences in Hewlett-Packard, Varitronix and Frencken Group of Companies, Yeang with his background in Mechanical Engineering joined Penang Science Cluster as our Chief Program Officer. He is also an avid lover of plants and all things green.
Rebecca was brought on board to develop and promote life sciences in PSC, specifically in Biochemistry and Biotechnology. She was not only a recipient of the prestigious Yang Di-Pertuan Agong scholarship to read PhD in Biotechnology in University of Malaya but also a Preferred Consultant at the Malaysian Institute of Debate and Public Speaking. Her passion is in teaching life sciences and promoting effective communication skills. She believes that PSC provides a good home for her to realise her passion.
It is difficult to imagine Penang Science Cluster without Wati, our Finance and Programme Executive. She is responsible for all our financial enquiries and processes, as well as school invitations to our programmes. Wati loves whipping up some food and sharing them with her family and friends.
He is the resident solutions architect who is mostly responsible for anything to do with Linux. He joined the PSC after a successful record of deploying projects. He also runs the company Georgetown Technology Solutions, which is run along anti-capitalist principles. Ju Ping is completely at ease writing about himself in the 3rd person because if Siti Nurhaliza can do it, so can Ju Ping.
Previously a Teach for Malaysia fellow in a rural school, Aimy now runs the operations of the Penang Science Cluster. She believes that you can learn something from all experiences, positive or negative. She enjoys playing role-playing and turn-based strategy games.
Also came to us from Teach for Malaysia, James currently manages our Coding for All program. As a former teacher in a rural school, it is his belief that education offers a solution to most, if not all problems in the world.
A Computer Science graduate from France, Foo Mun started his career at Intel Penang before joining us at the Penang Science Cluster. Being proficient in Python, he helps to enrich the Python learning syllabus as well as applying his know-how to improving the efficiency of some of our processes. A firm believer that knowledge is power, he seeks to learn as much as he can in various areas. The competitive side of him loves multiplayer games, including video games and tabletop games.
Peter joined us after his stint in AMD and JABIL. He graduated with a First Class Honours in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from KDU. Peter found his home in Penang Science Cluster despite being given several offers from MNCs after his graduation. He loves making stuff, and in fact, some of PSC’s exhibits are his creations. To him, learning comes when you put your hands to it, theories are merely guides.
A Psychology graduate from Australia, Quann joined the team to create more opportunities for community engagement, organise events and manage programs. He enjoys the thrill of sailing during stormy weather. Paradoxically, he also likes fishing. We believe it’s the sea.
Adrian started his career as an application engineer in National Instruments. Prior to Penang Science Cluster, he volunteered to mentor high school students in programming and electronics. Today, this holder of Masters of Electronics develops educational programs and exhibits, and supports the makers community by nurturing confidence in young makers through different programs. To him, education is one’s primary weapon that we can use to change the world.
Natashya came to us from Sarawak, having previously interned with us. She joined us to organise the Penang International Science Fair 2017 as well as to manage events for the Penang Science Cluster. Always willing to pick up new things, Natashya believes in living life to the fullest and loving what you do. We are patiently waiting to be served with her Sarawak laksa and homemade tuak.
Also from Sarawak, an Information Management diploma holder from UiTM Samarahan, Roger came to Penang in hopes of finding exciting experiences. He is passionate in the art of tinkering and all things mechanical, which led him to Penang Science Cluster. He enthusiastically explores every opportunity available.
Amirah is an Applied Physics degree holder from UniversitI Sains Malaysia. She loves to travel and explore new things in foreign soil. In addition to being passionate in helping people learn a new things, Amirah believes that education is not only for the mind but also needs to involve the heart as well.
Hailing from Perak, Mun joined us after graduating from Universiti Sains Malaysia. He is currently our man for Code-on-Whels. Armed with laptops and a car, he goes into schools, no matter near or far to extend the reach of coding. To Mun, we should all live beautifully, dream passionately and love completely.
A Universiti Sains Malaysia graduate, Shah holds the Lego Robotics programme in the Penang Science Cluster and our go-to person for emceeing (he survived being an impromptu emcee for a large public event). He says callisthenic workout is his second life and believes that persistence is the critical ingredient towards success.
Chia Min graduated from Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, joining us after her internship with the Penang Science Cluster. She believes that education is the passport to our future, perhaps the most powerful weapon to change our lives and the world. Education is not just about going to school and get a good grades, it’s about widening and deepening our understanding of the world.
Edward is an Electronic and Electrical Engineering diploma holder from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College. He joins us to manage the operations in PSC@Krystal as well to provide assistance in electronics and Arduino enquiries. He believes life is akin to riding a bicycle. To maintain your balance, you have to keep cycling.