CHIA-HING KONG | CEO
As CEO, Mr. Kong oversees the corporate direction and strategy for Mybig’s operations, including marketing, sales, consulting, alliances and key supply chain and support. He focuses on strategy, leadership, innovation and customers/partnerships. Before founding Mybig, Mr. Kong has been a technology entrepreneur who spends most of his time thinking how to innovate the tech industry and to transform the conventional management behavior to high impact leadership.
Mr. Kong earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2005 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a major in Finance. His love for basketball helped his team won the Mid-west Games Championship for 3 years consecutively while in college. Upon graduation, Mr. Kong pursued his career development with KeyBank and AT&T in Seattle, Wa.
Mr. Kong has participated in a Technology Management course at Stanford University’s SRI in Palo Alto, Ca. Upon his return to Kuala Lumpur, Mr. Kong has established a number of tech start-ups with his peers and ventured into new domain of the local technology industries. From year 2010, Mr. Kong began to cultivate technology transfer initiatives between South Korea’s KRIBB and Malaysia’s Biotechcorp to foster bilateral ties and cross-border collaborations in biotechnology.
Mr. Kong’s primary mission now is to drive the company to a top tech-based corporation in the region and to be able to generate long term benefits to the company’s shareholders and the global communities.
IR DR NG KOK CHIANG | CTO
Ir. Dr. Ng Kok Chiang graduated from the University of Western Australia with first class honours in Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Bachelor of Commerce majoring in
Accounting, Investment Finance (Derivatives), and Managerial Accounting. He then furthered his studies and graduated with a Ph.D in Advanced Energy Storage Engineering having worked on
nanomaterials and nanocomposites for hybrid supercapacitors for renewable energy storage. In his research, he has liaised with various organisations such as E.ON (Power and Gas), Lockheed Martin,
Jaguar/Land Rover (supercapacitors in automotive industry/electric cars), and Battelle (lab management and commercialisation).
Ir. Dr. Ng Kok Chiang has been involved in the Power Sources and Storage Research and Nanotechnology Applications since 2005. He was involved in the development of new Large-Scale Green Energy Storage Technology combining properties of supercapacitors and batteries funded by E.ON, one of
Europe's leading power and gas companies. He has worked with a variety of electrical nanomaterials for supercapacitors. The author's publications on these supercapacitors and nanotechnology for renewable energy storage include international and local engineering related journals, namely the journal with the Professional Engineering Publishing, i.e. Journal of Power And Energy, the American Institute of Physics, i.e. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, the International Society of Electrochemistry,
i.e. Electrochimica Acta, and the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia, i.e. Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia. Co-authored papers have also been presented at various international
symposiums inter alia the International Symposium on 'One Green Asia' of The Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA) at Seoul, Korea on Malaysian Experience in the Development of Green Technology, The Second CIE-IEM Symposium in Taipei, Taiwan on Malaysian EE&C Guidelines and Recent Advances in Storage Technologies and The Development of Energy Efficiency & Conservation in Malaysia, and Symposium on Novel Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion in Las Vegas on Recent Advances in Supercapacitors with Nanocomposite Electrodes.
Upon graduation, he has worked in a joint-venture company between a UK and Malaysian Engineering Consultancy called ZED-G&P Sdn. Bhd. under the G&P Group of Companies involved in Green Technology and Building Consultancy under the direct guidance of the late Datuk Ir. Dr. Mohd. Annas bin Mohd. Nor who was the Energy Commission Chairman of Malaysia. In his job, he was involved in presentations to various international organisations representing G&P in the bid to qualify as engineering consultants. He was
also assigned to communicate with their overseas consultants from Dubai as the Point-of-Contact. Besides that, he was also involved in high-profile green building projects at various prime locations in Kuala Lumpur which involve well-known foreign architects and consultants, consulting on advanced green engineering. Currently, as the Chief Technology Officer of MyBIG, Ir. Dr. Ng Kok Chiang is involved in high profile research activities with various research boards in Malaysia on different kinds of storage systems such as the Nexcap-battery hybrid device and other cutting-edge green technology and innovations. Many of these projects are part of the Economic Transformation Program initiated by the government of Malaysia. He is leading a team of engineers, programmers, and technicians to handle these renewable, biomass, and specialty projects. Ir. Dr. Ng Kok Chiang is a Professional Engineer registered with the Board of Engineers, Malaysia, a Professional Member of the Malaysian Green Building Confederation (MGBC), a certified GBI
facilitator, a practicing engineer with the Institutions of Engineering and Technology, UK, a Corporate Member of the Institutions of Engineers, Malaysia, currently serving as a committee with the Electrical
Engineering Technical Division, the Secretary/Treasurer of the Consulting Engineering Special Interest Group at the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia and an industrial board member at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.