DR. SUJAYA

Dr. Sujaya Singh received her undergraduate medical training at Calicut University, Kerala, India. Subsequently she moved to Malaysia and worked in various hospitals under Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) as House Officer and Medical Officer. After working for 5 years in KKM, she underwent Ophthalmology Specialist training at the University of Malaya. Subsequently she pursued sub specialization in Cornea and Anterior Segment at L.V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, India and also the Malaysian cornea fellowship programme withexit Certification in December 2015. She worked as a Cornea specialist at Hospital Sungai Buloh and currently practising at University of Malaya. Her particular interests are in management of cornea and anterior segment diseases.  

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ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. SHAKILA PARWEEN BINTI YACOB

 Shakila Yacob, Associate Professor Dr, is the Head of Department at the History Department, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University of Malaya and is also the associate of The International Institute of Public Policy and Management.  She has benefitted from a multidisciplinary education in three different academic systems. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Southeast Asian Studies) from University of Malaya, she pursued a Master of Arts in Political Science at Western Michigan University, United States. She received her doctorate (PhD) in management at the University of Reading Business School, United Kingdom. Her research interests are in the areas of business history, international business as well as comparative politics. Her most recent book is The United States and the Malaysian Economy (2008) published by Routledge, under the Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia series. In addition to various publications on business history in local journals, her recent international publications include Shakila Yacob & Khadijah Md. Khalid, Adapt or Divest? The New Economic Policy and Foreign Businesses in Malaysia (1970-2000), The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 40:3, 459-482, 2012, Khadijah Md Khalid and Shakila Yacob, Managing Malaysia-Indonesia Relations in the context of Democratisation: the Emergence of Non-State Actors’, International Relations of the Asia Pacific, 12.3, 2012, Shakila Yacob, Trans-generational renewal as managerial succession: the Behn Meyer story (1840- 2000). Business History (1-20) 2011, Shakila Yacob and Nicholas White, The unfinished business of Malaysia s decolonisation: the origins of the Guthrie Dawn Raid , Modern Asian Studies 44.5, 2010); Keeping the Wheels Moving: Ford in Colonial Malaya, 1926-1957 , Business History Review, 83.4, 2009; Hidden Disciplines in Malaysia: The Role of Business History in a Multi-Disciplinary Framework , Australian Economic History Review, 49.3, 2009;  and Model of Welfare Capitalism? United States Rubber Company in Southeast Asia, 1910-1942 Enterprise & Society,  8, 2007.

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DR. GOH HONG CHING

Goh Hong Ching is a senior lecturer at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Built Environment, Universiti Malaya. She holds a Doctor of Natural Science degree (Geography) from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitaet Bonn, Germany. She received a Bachelor degree in Urban and Regional Planning then a M.Sc. degree in Tourism Planning, from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. She worked five years in real estate sector before pursuing her doctoral study when she received a 3-year scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD) in 2004 and was attached to the Centre for Development Research (ZEF) in Bonn as junior researcher. She is a corporate member of Malaysia Institute of Planners (MIP) and a registered member of Board of Town Planners Malaysia. She is also an active member of the Forum for Urban Future in Southeast Asia, a network of Southeast Asian and German Experts. She was the visiting scholar participated in the 2014/2015 MIT-UTM Sustainable Cities Program. She is also a member of the Global Young Academy, of which her membership serves a 5-year term 2015-2019 and a fellow of the ASEAN Science Leadership Program for 2016/2017. At present, she is a core member of the Landuse Governance Unit under the Spatial-Environmental Governance for Sustainability Research Centre (UMSERGE). She has two main research interests, i.e., in tourism and in urban studies. For the former, she focuses on tourism governance, tourism planning and impacts management especially in heritage and protected areas. For the latter, on natural resource and environmental issues and governance, sustainable development of cities, urbanization and the related risks.    

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RECENT PUBLICATION

Chen, Y. C., Chen, W. H., Lin, B. J., Chang, J. S., Ong, H. C. (2016). Impact of torrefaction on the composition, structure and reactivity of a microalga residue. Applied Energy

Li, R., Wang, Q. Y., Cheong, K. C. (2016). Quanzhou: Reclaiming a glorious past. Cities

Sajjadi, B., Asaithambi, P., Aziz, A. R. A., Ibrahim, S. (2016). Mathematical analysis of the effects of operating conditions and rheological behaviour of reaction medium on biodiesel synthesis under ultrasound irradiation. Fuel

Saat, R. M., Fadzil, H. M., Abd Aziz, N. A., Haron, K., Rashid, K. A., Shamsuar, N. R. (2016). DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE THREE-TIER DIAGNOSTIC TEST TO ASSESS PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDENTS\ UNDERSTANDING OF CELLULAR RESPIRATION. Journal of Baltic Science Education

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Quantitative Trading Strategy for Fund Management: An approach using artificial intelligence enhanced indicators

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Fiqh Kehartaan Malaysia: Konsep dan Amalan

Modeling Drivers and Barriers to Adopting Risk Management Practices in Malaysian Small Construction Projects

utilization of palm oil clinker (POC) as coarse and fine aggregates in concrete

Percutaneous neuroplasty in carpal tunnel syndrome: PRP vs. steroid

Understanding service interactions among multiple stakeholders in User Generated Content (UGC) enabled virtual environments

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