One of the most common struggles that all individuals especially women face is the concept of “work-life” balance. Being an Asian which is deep in culture and religion, how does one balance a career in modern women community and family where tradition role-playing is still the greater impact. How does one doing a great job as a parent while being a leader and innovator in our organization and industry. This talk will present speaker experience in overcome the challenges as an Asian with Malay heritage and Islam as the religion.
Norliza Mohd Noor UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology / Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
Norliza Mohd (abbreviated as Mohamed) Noor is currently attached as Associate Professor in Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Kuala Lumpur Campus. She received her B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and her Master and PhD both in Electrical Engineering from UTM. Her research area is in image processing and image analysis for medical and industrial applications. Currently, she is the head of the Electrophysiology Research Group under Health and Wellness Research Alliance, UTM. In 1998-2001, she held several key positions in IEEE Malaysia Section. She is the founding chapter chair for IEEE Signal Processing Society Malaysia Chapter in 2002 and she held the position till 2006. She was elected as the IEEE Malaysia Section Chair for two years 2013-2014. Among the post she held in IEEE R10 and MGA committee were Individual Benefits and Services Coordinator (2015-2016), MGA Geographic Unit Operations Support Committee – Technical Chapter Representative (2015-2016), Educational Activity Board – Student Educational Resources Committee (EAB-SERC) and Members Benefit Portfolio Advisory Committee (2017-2018).