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March 31st, 2007
One of the first people he convinced to follow him was MMU vice-president for R&D and academic development Prof Datuk Dr Chuah Hean-Teik.
Prof Chuah was a lecturer at UM's engineering faculty and one of Prof Ghauth's former students.
He became the founding dean of engineering at MMU.
AT MMU, Prof Chuah helped establish several new programmes, some of which were offered for the first time in Malaysia, such as optical engineering and nanotechnology.
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