ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. ZARINAH BINTI MOHD KASIRUN

Zarinah Mohd Kasirun received her BSc (CS) and MSc (CS) from National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 1989 and1993, respectively. On August 2009, she received her doctoral degree from University of Malaya. Currently she is an Associate Professor in Software Engineering Department at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya. She has vast experience in teaching at undergarduate and postgraduate levels. Published many  academic papers in conferences and journals. She actively supervises many students at all levels of study - Bachelor, Master and PhD. Her interest of research includes requirements engineering, software evolution, software quality and software product line engineering.

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DR. ROZIE BINTI SARIP

Rozie Sarip hails from Shah Alam, Selangor but studied for both his BSc (2004) and MSc (2007) at the University Technology of Malaysia (UTM), Skudai, Johor of Malaysia. She obtained her PhD (2012) in Inorganic Chemistry at the University College London, London, United Kingdom in the group of Dr Graeme Hogarth FRSC (now at King's College London) and work closely as a joint student with Prof Gopinathan Sankar FRSC. She joined SIRIM Bhd. (August 2006) for two months as an Associate Researcher before being promoted to Research Officer at the Institute for Medical Research (IMR), Kuala Lumpur from October 2006. After succesfully graduated for her PhD, she came back to serve IMR for another year before she was appointed to a lectureship at University of Malaya (UM) beginnning on the 10th of March 2014. She is a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK as well as Malaysian Institute of Chemistry and when not in the lab she can be found travelling around the world or watching TLC!   Research areas of interest include : - Binuclear and Cluster Chemistry - Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis - Phosphines and  Diphosphines Stabilized Clusters Synthesis - Thiazoline Derivatives Synthesis   Work in the Rozie's group will be centres on the chemistry of the transition metals. We are interested in a range of different aspects of these and tackle problems of both a fundamental and applied nature. In general we approach things from a molecular aspect and the first port of call is the synthesis of new transition metal complexes. We make extensive use of NMR spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography and encourage a hand on approach by students. We are also interested in the design of new ligand types and using molecules as precursors to nanomaterials. Many of our projects have an end-goal in the area of catalysis, especially homogeneous catalysis and catalysis by nanoparticles but we are also expanding the applications in bio-inorganic field such as drug delivery system and anti cancer and anti malaria properties. We collaborate extensively and have active research partnerships with various local and international groups.   Clusters are compounds that contain three or more metal ions and by judicious choice of synthetic pathway(s) is it possible to prepare such materials containing a diverse range of metal types. Our interest in cluster chemistry centers on low valent compounds especially those containing different metal ions such that cooperative effects between these can lead to the development of otherwise unattainable chemical and physical properties. Most of our work in the area is of a fundamental nature but we also seek use these compounds as precursors to metal nanoparticles for applications in catalysis. A recent highlight in this regard is the controlled synthesis of small gold nanoparticles from pre-formed gold-phosphine clusters. We also have an interest in the (artificial) interface between large low valent clusters and small metallic nanoparticles as a detailed understanding of the properties of the monodisperse clusters can lead to insight into those of nanoparticles.

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ASSOCIATE PROF. IR. DR. CHOW CHEE ONN

Chee-Onn Chow received his Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and Master of Engineering Science degrees from University of Malaya, Malaysia in 1999 and 2001, respectively. He received his Doctorate of Engineering from the Tokai University, Japan in 2008. He joined the Department of Electrical Engineering as tutor in 1999, and subsequently been offered a lecturer position in 2001. He is currently an Associate Professor in the same department since 2015. His research interests include various issues related to wireless communications. He is a Chartered Engineer (IET, UK), a Professor Engineer (BEM, Malaysia) and a Senior Members of IEEE.

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RECENT PUBLICATION

Monirul, IM; Kalam, MA; Masjuki, HH; Zulkifli, NWM; Shahir, SA; Mosarof, MH; Ruhul, AM (2017). Influence of poly(methyl acrylate) additive on cold flow properties of coconut biodiesel blends and exhaust gas emissions. RENEWABLE ENERGY

Ahmad, H; Muhamad, A; Sharbirin, AS; Samion, MZ; Ismail, MF (2017). Tunable Q-switched thulium-doped Fiber Laser using multiwall carbon nanotube and Fabry-Perot Etalon filter. OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS

Mardhiah, HH; Ong, HC; Masjuki, HH; Lim, S; Lee, HV (2017). A review on latest developments and future prospects of heterogeneous catalyst in biodiesel production from non-edible oils. RENEWABLE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS

Imdadul, HK; Masjuki, HH; Kalam, MA; Zulkifli, NWM; Kamruzzaman, M; Shahin, MM; Rashed, MM (2017). Evaluation of oxygenated n-butanol-biodiesel blends along with ethyl hexyl nitrate as cetane improver on diesel engine attributes. JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION

Ahmad, H; Ismail, MA; Sathiyan, S; Reduan, SA; Ruslan, NE; Lee, CS; Zulkifli, MZ; Thambiratnam, K; Ismail, MF; Harun, SW (2017). S-band Q-switched fiber laser using MoSe2 saturable absorber. OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS

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Design And Development Of Radar Technology For Detection Of Ganoderma Disease In Oil Palm Plantations

KORPUS SASTERA SEBAGAI ALAT PENYAMPAIAN ILMU DAN PENDIDIKAN WARISAN SENI DAN BUDAYA MELAYU

PENGUMPULAN KATA-KATA BUDAYA DALAM DIALEK-DIALEK MELAYU

PENGUMPULAN DAN DOKUMENTASI CERITA LISAN PAHANG

DEVELOPMENT OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM

DEVELOPING OF A NEW HEAT INSULATING ROOF TILE USING LOCAL WASTE MATERIALS

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