Current Research Projects

ONGOING RESEARCH – SEARCHING FOR POTENTIAL STUDENTS

1) Project Leader, Conceptualizing an Integrated Natural Disaster Risk Model to Climate Events and Community Resilience, Fundamental Research Grant (FRGS) 2018. Jan 2019-Dec 2021Searching for potential master student  – RM1600 – RM1800 per month (2 master by research Student obtained)

Has experienced or willing to learn Arc-GIS software

 

2) Project Leader, Improving Statistical Probable Maximum Precipitation Using Homogeneous Regions, UTM Fundamental Research (UTMFR) 2020, Jan 2020 – Dec 2021. – Searching for potential master/PhD student  – RM1600 – RM1800 per month (1 Phd Student obtained)

Has experienced or willing to learn programming language (e.g. Fortran, R, Matlab)

 

COMPLETED RESEARCH PROJECTS

1) Project leader. A Community-Based Study on the Effectiveness of Flood Emergency Warning System in Malaysia – April 2015 to March 2016. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme. – COMPLETED

2) Project member. Characterization of Malaysia’s East-Coast Extreme Rainfall and Formulation of Rainfall Distribution Pattern– April 2015 to March 2016. Transdisciplinary Research Grant Scheme. COMPLETED

3) Project member. Long Term Analysis of Tidal Range, High Tides and Selected Estuarine Water Level in East Coast of Malaysia– April 2015 to December 2015. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme. COMPLETED

4) Project member. Flood modelling and environmental flow of Sungai Johor basin.- April 2015 to December 2015. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme. COMPLETED

5) Project Leader, Identifying the Meteorologically Homogeneous Zones within Asean (Malaysia-Indonesia) and Its Application for Extreme Rainfall Analysis and Climate Change, JASTIP 2016 Collaborative Research Fund. Nov 2016 – March 2017 COMPLETED

6) Project Leader, A Community-Based Study on the Effectiveness of Flood Emergency Warning System in Malaysia, AUNSEED-SRJP 2016/2017. COMPLETED

7) Project Leader, Developing an Integrated Disaster Risk Index considering Climate Change – A pilot project for Malaysian River Basin, Developing an Integrated Disaster Risk Index considering Climate Change – A pilot project for Malaysian River Basin, MJIIT Flagship Research Fund. –May 2017 –  Oct 2019 COMPLETED

8) Project Leader, Impact of Climate Change to Regional Extreme Rainfall Analysis Considering Homogeneous Regions, GUP Tier 1, (Research University Grant).Feb 2018-Jan 2020 COMPLETED

9) Project Leader, Assessing the risk of extreme flood using trans-boundary extreme rainfall analysis, JASTIP-NET 2018 Collaborative Research Fund. Sept 2018 – Sept 2019 COMPLETED

10) Project Leader, Improving Extreme Rainfall Estimates Using Transboundary Rainfall Data (South-East Asia) for Flood Risk Management, JASTIP-NET 2019 Collaborative Research Fund. Dec 2019 – July 2020. NOT-COMPLETED (ENDED DUE TO COVID LIMITATION)