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REFERRAL CODE: UKM KTD/261/2/1709/1/1.

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DATE: 12 MARCH 2018

DR. BUGS TAN


Founder
Uncle Bugs Creation,
Technology Park Malaysia.

Through:
DR. MOHD HANAFI BIN AHMAD DAMANHURI
Principal,
Tun Dr. Ismail Residential College
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Dear Dr. Bugs Tan,

APPOINTMENT AS ADJUDICATOR FOR INTERVARSITY INVENTION AND


INNOVATION IN MEDICINE IDEA CHALLENGE 2018

With all due respect, the Student’s Council of Tun Dr. Ismail Residence is honoured to have you as
our adjudicator for our event, Intervarsity Invention and Innovation in Medicine Idea Challenge
(MIIC) 2018.

2. MIIC 2018 is an intervarsity program, aimed to create a platform for undergraduate students
from various allied science fields to showcase their talent in brainstorming and innovation that is
closely related to the medical field so that the current medical field can be improved through the
existing technology. It is also organized with the aim of bridging universities throughout Malaysia
through intellectualism and innovation.

3. 16 teams will be shortlisted, after a screening process by the appointed scientific committee
members. They will be evaluated based on the criteria listed in Appendix A according to your
judiciousness. Following each team’s 5-minute pitch, there will be a 10-minute Q&A session for the
panel of adjudicators to interact with the participants. The adjudicators will then provide constructive
criticism and feedback on the teams’ performance after all the teams have pitched.

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com
4. Details of the program are as follow:

Intervarsity Invention and Innovation in Medicine Idea Challenge 2018


Venue Lecture Hall 1, Pre-Clinical Block, Faculty of Medicine, University
Kebangsaan Malaysia
Date 21 April 2018 [Saturday]
Time 8.00 am – 5.00 pm
Theme Enhancing Medicine with Innovation
Contact person Ms. Choo Yung Wei (011-26204875)

A more detailed tentative is attached in Appendix B.

5. We would like to express our deepest gratitude once again for your willingness in contributing
your expertise to the success of MIIC 2018. We truly believe your sagacity will set a standard of
quality for our program. See you on the 21st of April 2018.

Thank You.

Sincerely,

CHOO YUNG WEI


Organising Director,
Intervarsity Invention and Innovation in Medical Idea Challenge
Tun Dr. Ismail Residence
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com
APPENDIX A
Scoring Rubric

GROUP NAME

TITLE

JUDGE

The categories and criteria for winning innovations are listed below. Each team will receive a score in all
categories, and the winners will be those with the highest overall scores. While scoring is defined here as 1, 3,
or 5, judges will just have to circle the score which is relevant to the performance of the team. Comments are
welcomed to improve the quality of the idea.
1. Problem Definition: Does the team have a clear and deep understanding of the problem? Is there a
clear pain-point their idea is addressing? Is the societal or market need clearly articulated? Do they
understand the ecosystem that surrounds the problem?
Score Evaluation Criteria

5 Team has clearly defined the problem and demonstrates a deep understanding of
how the idea fills the need.

3 Team is clear on the problem, but not articulate on how the idea meets the need
(or vice versa).

1 Team is unclear or demonstrates a limited understanding of the problem.

2. User and Customer Definition: Did the team talk to users and customers to validate assumptions? Is
their user and customer well-defined? Does the team understand their user's need?
Points Evaluation Criteria

5 Team has conducted excellent customer discovery, reaching out and listening to a
range of potential stakeholders in effective ways, learning from their experiences,
and making significant adjustments when necessary.

3 Team has conducted some customer discovery and has made some adjustments
based on what they have learned.

1 Team has not conducted significant (or effective) customer discovery.

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com
3. Product Definition: Has the team clearly defined a product or solution? Is the value proposition
clear? Does the product address a clear pain point and the needs of their defined user and customer?
Score Evaluation Criteria

5 Team has a clearly-defined solution that is well matched to customer needs.

3 Team has a clear solution but is not clear on how it meets the need.

1 Team has unclear product definition.

4. Innovation: Is their solution distinctive or fundamentally different from existing approaches? Could
their solution viably be implemented and sustained in the real world? Would their implementation
strategy inspire people to support it - and you?
Score Evaluation Criteria

5 Breakthrough innovation that potentially changes how impact is achieved; generates


enthusiasm and support.
3 Moderately innovative; different but not game-changing.

1 Interesting idea, but not fundamentally or distinctively innovative.

5. Sustainability: Has the team developed a plan for the sustainability of their innovation? (For this
competition, sustainability means the ability to continually generate revenue to sustain the operations
of the team's innovation/venture.)
Score Evaluation Criteria
5 Team displays a solid plan to make the project’s operations sustainable.

3 Team has thought about how to make the project’s operations sustainable, but still
has significant gaps in its plan.

1 Team does not have a viable plan for how to sustain the project’s operations.

6. Potential for social impact: Does the team clearly define a societal problem? Does their solution
demonstrate the potential to change how impact is achieved? Does their solution make life better for
their target population? How much potential exists for scaling their product’s social impact?
Score Evaluation Criteria

5 Team has clearly defined the potential for exceptional impact.

3 Team demonstrates believable impact on a modest scale.

1 Team demonstrates unclear or limited impact.

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com
7. The Team: Does the team include the diversity of expertise necessary to accomplish their goals? Has
the team engaged a strong group of advisors and/or partners? Is the team passionate? Does the team
comprise the right people to do the job?
Score Evaluation Criteria

5 Team has excellent experience, a solid base of partners and advisors, and is clearly
passionate.

3 Team has some experience, has begun to reach out to partners, and displays passion
for its innovation.

1 Team is inexperienced, has not connected with potential partners, and/or does not
display much passion.

8. Presentation and Other Strengths: Was the presentation professional and well-practiced? Is there
anything else that the team has done exceptionally well?
Score Evaluation Criteria
5 Team demonstrates exceptional, participatory presentation skills that integrate all
team members' strengths and abilities. Team is professional in appearance and is
strong in its overall cohesion and related skills
3 Team demonstrates moderate presentation and team cohesion/related skills but
would benefit from further guidance and practice.

1 Team is not comfortable or is ineffective in presentation skills and/or team cohesion


and related skills.

Suggestions for Improvement

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com
APPENDIX B
PROGRAM TENTATIVE
INTERVARSITY INVENTION AND INNOVATION IN MEDICAL IDEA CHALLENGE
2018

TIME AND DATE Events Venue


21 April 2018
(Saturday)
8.00 am – 8.15 am Registration Main Lobby, Pre-Clinical Building
8.15 am – 9.00 am Opening Ceremony

“Negaraku”
“Varsiti Kita”
DK 1, Pre-Clinical Building
i. Dr Mohd Hanafi Ahmad
Damanhuri
ii. Dr Tan Toh Leong
iii. Choo Yung Wei
iv. YBhg. Prof. Dato’ Noor Aziah
Mohd Awal (TNC HEPA UKM)
9.00 am – 9.30 am Breakfast Lobby, Pre-Clinical Building
9.30 am –9.45 am Keynote address
9.45 am – 10.00 Intermission and Briefing
am
10.00 am – 1.00 Idea presentation DK 1, Pre-Clinical Building
pm
10.00 am – 11.00 Pitching A – Group 1 - 4 * 10 minutes break in between each
am group
11.10 am – 12.10 Pitching B – Group 5 - 8
pm
12.20 pm – 1.20 Pitching C – Group 9 - 11
pm
1.20 pm – 2.30 pm Lunch & Prayer
Lobby, Pre-Clinical Building
2.30 pm – 3.45 pm Pitching D – Group 12 - 16

3.45 pm – 4.00 pm Tea break


DK 1, Pre-Clinical Building
4.00 pm – 5.00 pm Feedback from judges
Prize giving ceremony

MAJLIS EKSEKUTIF PELAJAR (MEP)


KOLEJ TUN DR. ISMAIL UKM, PUSAT PERUBATAN UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
JALAN YAACOB LATIF, BANDAR TUN RAZAK, 56000 CHERAS, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA.
Tel: +603-9145 6270 Faks: +603-9173 5231 Mel-e: mepktdi@yahoo.com Laman Web: http://jaksaktdi.blogspot.com