By | Arij van Berkel
Arij van Berkel leads Lux Research’s Energy Transition program. This program provides strategic insights in the landscape of energy supply to mobility, residences and industry. Before joining Lux, Arij worked for Shell and TNO, the Dutch applied research organization. At TNO he worked on a variety of...
by | Christopher Robinson
As a Senior Analyst at Lux Research, Chris covers the technologies and companies disrupting the global energy and transportation industries. As a leader of Lux’s mobility coverage, Chris works to develop a view of how technology innovation is impacting the future of mobility. His research focuses on...
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Contributors in Southeast Asia | Kaushik Sriram, Principal, Singapore, email@example.com | Dr. Hasan Shafi...
by | Dr. Ahmad Faisal Mohamad Ayob
Dr. Ahmad Faisal Mohamad Ayob is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Ocean Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT). He received his B. Eng. (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering from Universiti Malaya in 2006 and his PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 from the...
The world’s biggest and most valuable
companies are now tech-based
manufacturers and Internet-related service
providers such as Apple, Alibaba, Amazon,
Dell, Facebook, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft and
If you could look into the future, what would you like to know? What factors will determine or drive what Malaysia’s future will look like in 2050? Is Malaysia able to exploit the opportunities available? AND What if the future in 2050 unfolds in the wrong direction?