The Malaysian Materials Science & Technology Society (MMS) was registered with the Registrar of Societies on 6th November, 1987. The MMS was actively promoting the awareness of Materials in Malaysia since 1988. In 1996, with a newly-elected Council, the change of name to the Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM) was submitted to the Registrar of Societies and approved on 16th June 1997. The new name was to be synergistic with the rest of the world. For example in
the case of the United Kingdom, The Institute of Metals, The Institute of Ceramics and The Plastics & Rubber Institute were merged into a single Institute of Materials in 1992 where its Members are recognized as professionals with the status of a Chartered Engineer (C.Eng). Membership to the IMM is open to all individuals and companies interested in developing the contribution of Materials science, technology and engineering towards industrial growth in Malaysia. The technology of Materials is advancing day-by-day throughout the world. We, in Malaysia, must keep up with the pace
of technological advancement. The objectives of the IMM include the training and development of individuals and companies in Malaysia to attain professional recognition in various fields of Materials science, technology and engineering. Materials cover a very wide field such as metals, polymers, rubber, wood, concrete, ceramics, semiconductors, advanced materials, cellulose, textiles, etc. Membership to the IMM will enable networking and exchange of knowledge from a very wide variety of specialized areas of expertise. The long-term objective of the IMM is to attain professional status for its members in line with that which is accorded to the other disciplines of engineering. The IMM is also committed to seeking affiliations with overseas Materials and Engineering/Scientific professional institutions to gain access to technological developments worldwide. This will ensure that we, in Malaysia, will not be left behind.
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