Nurshikin Mohamad Shukery has been a dedicated lecturer within the Department of Quantity Surveying, situated in the esteemed Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying, since the year 2007. In her tenure, she has adeptly imparted knowledge across a diverse spectrum of subjects, all of which are intricately tied to the realm of civil engineering, project management and BIM. Noteworthy among these are courses like Principles of Structures, Construction Technology & Design, Planning & Schedulling and Construction Technology.

Nurshikin’s academic journey is marked by her exceptional accomplishments. She attained her Master’s degree in Management (Technology), an accomplishment that further solidified her expertise in the field. Subsequently, she pursued and successfully completed her PhD in Quantity Surveying, showcasing her commitment to scholarly pursuits and her desire to contribute meaningfully to her chosen domain.

Within the academic sphere, Nurshikin is one of a member of the BIM (Building Information Modeling) research group. This affiliation underscores her involvement in cutting-edge research that spans multiple facets of construction technology. Her research focus encompasses an array of vital subjects, including construction technology, BIM applications, IT integration within the construction domain, cybersecurity, VR and AR in education, tender evaluation and procurement strategies, and the evaluation of contractor performance.

Furthermore, Nurshikin’s dedication extends beyond the classroom and into the realm of mentorship. She serves as a coordinator for undergraduate projects, skillfully guiding and nurturing the next generation of budding professionals. As a Course Coordinator of Construction Programme, she plays an instrumental role in fostering a vibrant and supportive academic community.

In essence, Nurshikin Mohamad Shukery is an exemplary educator, researcher, and mentor, whose multifaceted contributions enrich both the academic institution she serves and the broader field of civil engineering, construction technology and construction management. Her enduring commitment to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and her unwavering dedication to her students’ growth make her an indispensable asset to her department and the educational community at large.