Sr Dr. Hafez Salleh is an Associate Professor, former Deputy Dean (Undergraduate) and former Head at Department of Quantity Surveying, Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya, Malaysia. He has an educational background in quantity surveying and IT in construction. Currently, he is Head of Centre for Building, Construction & Tropical Architecture (BuCTA) Research. He has a BSc, MSc and PhD Degree from School of the Built Environment and top rated, 6* Research Institute for the Built and Human Environment, University of Salford, United Kingdom. He has 30 years’ experience in both academia and industry practice and has been an active researcher and research supervisor. He is the recipient of Excellence Service Award by University of Malaya in 2010, 2011, 2014, 2022 and recipient of Loyal Service Award 20 Years in 2017. He has supervised a wide range of undergraduate and post graduate research students in various research themes. His main research interest is IT/IS strategic management in construction and sustainable design. His previous research was the development of IT/IS Readiness Model that focuses on evaluation of organizational readiness prior IT/IS investment. He is currently working on the theme of IT/IS evaluation in construction with interest in the links between ‘hard’ & human issues and BIM Implementation in construction industry. He is a Registered Consultant Quantity Surveyor (CQS) with Board of Quantity Surveyor Malaysia (BQSM), Fellow of Royal Institute of Surveyor Malaysia (FRISM), the technical committee member of Malaysian Construction Industry Master Plan (CIMP) 2005-2015, Strategic Thrust 6: Leveraging Information Technology, Editorial Board Members, Journal of Surveying, Construction & Property, Associate Editor for Journal of Design and Built Environment (JDBE) and Lead Auditor for QMS ISO 9001:2008, University of Malaya. He was a Member of Quantity Surveying Accreditation Council (QSAC), BQSM, for Session 2019-2021, Auditor for QMS ISO 9001:2015 (BQSM) 2021,2022, 2023 and he is also a regular Assessor Panel of Accreditation for Quantity Surveying Programme for both RISM and BQSM and has been appointed as an External Examiner for more than 28 thesis of Master and PhD examinations.  

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Dr Nor Adinar BAHARUDDIN received her Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in 2010 from the University of Otago, New Zealand. Her thesis is on bone healing in animal model. Dr Baharuddin returned home and continues research in her field of interest; on regeneration, animal model and obesity related to periodontal disease. She has published articles in various international journals.  At present, she is the Deputy Dean of Research and also a Professor (Periodontology) at the Faculty of Dentistry, Universiti Malaya Kuala Lumpur. Previously, she has served as the Head of Department in 2006 and from 2011-2014. She has been involved in curriculum development for both undergraduate and postgraduate programme. She contributes as a panel for the Accreditation Assessment for the Postgraduate Dental Education and a committee member for the DentSEdC under the Dental Specialist Assessment Programme Committee for Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA). She also serves as a committee for the Professional Qualifying Examination for the Malaysian Dental Council.    

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Haslina Muhamad earned her Bachelor of Science degree (Biology & Psychology) from Deakin University, Australia. Upon graduation, she joined University Malaya as a tutor. In 2006, she went on to study at the Universiti Malaya where she received her Master of Arts (Psychology) degree. In 2007, she served as a lecturer at the Department of Anthropology & Sociology, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University Malaya. In 2009, she pursued her PhD in Psychology at Monash University, Australia. Haslina is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Anthropology & Sociology with a specialisation in adolescent psychology. She has a special interest in adolescents’ personalities, health and well-being. More specifically her work aims to address the four areas, namely personality, mental health, well-being and high-risk behaviour among adolescents. Her contribution to this field includes: conducting research on mental health behaviour among adolescents and assessing the personality and mental health level among college students. During the past year, Haslina has participated in several community projects such as conducting a mini-workshop on well-being for youths attending Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara (IKBN). Haslina is presently a member of the Asian Psychological Association and American Psychological Association. Haslina teaches psychology courses to postgraduate and undergraduate students. Administratively, Haslina currently was the Head of the Department of Anthropology & Sociology, University Malaya from 2017 to 2021.

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