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ASSOCIATE PROF. IR. DR. HAZLEE AZIL BIN ILLIAS

Department of Electrical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering

h.illias@um.edu.my
Latest Award
Perkhidmatan
Perkhidmatan
Year 2020
Latest Evaluation
Simulation on Deposition Characteristics of Contamination Particles in Fog-haze environment, IEEE Access Simulation on Deposition Characteristics of Contamination Particles in Fog-haze environment, IEEE Access
Reviewer
Year 2020
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Last 5 Projects
Grant Progress Status
GPF077A-2018
on going
UMCARES001-2019R
on going
LL046-2019
on going
PG236-2016A
end
PG028-2016A
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Latest Publication
2020

Effects of shorter phase-resolved partial discharge duration on PD classification accuracy

2020

Nonisocyanate Poly(Hydroxyl Urethane)-Based Green Polymer Hybrid Coating Systems: Tailoring of Biomacromolecular Compound Architecture Using APTMS-ZnO/TEMPO-Oxidized Cellulose Nanoparticles

2020

Hybrid feature selection artificial intelligence gravitational search algorithm technique for automated transformer fault determination based on dissolved gas analysis

2020

A New Approach for Estimating Insulation Condition of Field Transformers Using FRA

2020

Hybrid artificial neural network - gravitational search algorithm for power transformer oil diagnosis

2020

Optimization of Load Frequency Control Performance for Two-Area Power System using Particle Swarm Optimization

2019

Enhancing Students Learning during Laboratory Session through Hybrid Computer Simulation-Hands-on Experiments

2018

Feature Pruning for Partial Discharge Classification using Modified IndFeat and Relieff Algorithm

2020

CLASSIFICATION OF CABLE JOINT DEFECTS USING OPTIMIZED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

2020

OPTIMIZATION OF CORONA RING DESIGN FOR PORCELAIN INSULATOR STRING

2018

Partial Discharge Behaviours of Natural Ester-based Conductive Nanoparticles

2018

Electric field distribution on dielectrics due to surface discharges