My PhD Candidates and Their Research Topics (20)

PhD
1. Arti Manikam (Semester 12)
AFFORDANCES OF HOME-SCHOOL JOURNEY TO LESS PRIVILEGED CHILDREN IN OLD-CITY ZONE OF MAKASSAR (Thesis corrections to be submitted in June 2021)
2. Tun Irfan (Semester 11)
Impact of Artworks on Development of Child-Friendly Environment (Chapters Writing)
3. Joharudin Samion (Semester 9)
Resilience capacity of Malaysia district to combat the economic impact from Iskandar Development (Chapter writing)
4. Amalina Fauzi (Semester 11)
Ecosystem services of urban greenery on people’s wellbeing (Chapter writing)
5. Mega Suria Hashim (Semester 9)
Outdoor Learning for Middle Childhood for Malaysian Children (Chapter writing)
6. Janatun Naim Yusof (Semester 10)
Sensibility Index of Young Children Towards Rural Landscape in Malaysia (Chapter writing)
7. Nur Amira Samad (Semester 9)
Universal Design Approach for an Accessible Built Environment through Legislation for Effective Implementation in Malaysia (Chapter Writing)
8. Amr Mohamad Alabbasi (Semester 9)
Restorative Effects of Open Spaces at Well-Planned Cities on the Physiological Health of Obese Adults in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia (Proofreading Thesis)
9. Sarah Alia Norazlan (Semester 7)
Ecological Literacy of Young Children on Rural Environment (Chapter writing)
10. Azmiah Ghaffar (Semester 7)
Thermal Performances of Vertical Green Systems at Building Corridor in Industrial Area of Pasir Gudang (Submitting thesis for viva in June 2021)
11. Salim Bashir Umar (Semester 7)
Adaptive reuse of precolonial and postcolonial buildings in Kano, Nigeria (Chapter Writing)
12. Abdulkarim Kabiru Haruna (Semester 7 )
Effects of Greenery on Thermal Comfort of Users in Experiencing Campus Landscape in North-Eastern Region of Nigeria (Chapter writing)
13. Nurzuliza Jamirsah (Semester 7)
The paradox of the Role Green Space on Carbon Neutrality in Urban Environment (Chapter Writing)
14. Aishat Abu Bakar (Semester 7)
Interaction of Children with Traditional Public Spaces (Interpretation of Results)
15. Rohana Firdaus (Semester 7)
River Development Shaped by Community Resilience (Chapter Writing)

16. Mathanraj Seevarethnam (Semester 3)

The Prediction Model for Urban Sprawl by Integrating Socioeconomic Factors in the Batticaloa Municipal Council, Sri Lanka (Data Analysis)

17. Tika Ainunnisa Fitria (Semester 4)

Adaptive Behavior of Socio-spatial Transformation Impacted by Tourism in Kampung Prawirotaman, Yogjakarta

18. Stivani Ayuning Suwarlan (Semester 2)

Urban Sprawl Impact to Coastal Settlement Transformation in Batam City (Research Proposal)

19. Bashirat Abdul Azeez (Semester 7)

20. Yusra Aulia Sari (Semester 2)

Spatial Mobility Pattern of School Children in Batam Hinterland towards Child-friendly Environment ((Research Proposal)

Ismail Said is a professor at Department of Landscape Architecture. He has already retired from the university. He will come back to university as contract academics in April 2019. I can be reached at ismailbinsaid@gmail.com.