Mohd Shahril Abdul Rahman is a Senior Lecturer in Real Estate at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)’s Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying (since February 2016).

He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Property Management (2008), a Master of Science (2010) and a Doctor of Philosophy (2015) in Facilities Management, as well as certifications in higher education teaching (2017) and supervision (2018).

His research interests and areas of expertise include real estate, assets and facilities management, as well as land administration and development.

Since 2016, he has taught/instructed/facilitated over two hundred credit hours at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Besides that, he has contributed to over twenty collaborative institutional/ national/ international research & development/ innovation/ consulting projects, of which he has led five.

Additionally, he is currently supervising/ co-supervising four doctoral and two master’s students. Twenty-eight of the students he supervised/ co-supervised have earned bachelor’s degrees, seven have earned master’s degrees, and six have earned doctorates.

Furthermore, he has authored/ co-authored more than seventy publications, including > 30% of works indexed by Scopus/ WoS (since 2016 – ).

In addition, since 2016, he has been appointed to over 1300 professional and community appointments/ tasks/ commissions at the faculty/ school (400+), university/ institutional, national, and international (900+) levels.

Additionally, he is the Facility Manager at his faculty (2021-), having previously served as the Green Manager (2018-2021) and acting Research Manager (2017).

Finally, he has received recognition and awards from national and international organisations and institutions, including UTM, Emerald, Elsevier B.V. (Elsevier), and Publons of Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science Group (WoS). The collection includes over a hundred awards/ ranks/ recognitions, including those for service (70+), teaching (20+), research/ development/ innovation/ publication, and institutional leadership.