Mohamad Syazli Fathi joined Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 2003 and lectures in construction management, project management, system engineering and sustainable development. His research interests include project management, engineering informatics, safety and system engineering, disaster management and disaster informatics.
Mohamad Syazli currently is the Deputy Director for the Occupational Safety, Health & Environment (OSHE) unit at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. He is also the Head of Construction Quality and Maintenance research group.
Prior to this, he is the Deputy Director for the Centre for General Courses & Co-curriculum (CGCC) at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. Here he foresee the CGCC co-curriculum activities involving the undergraduate student development through eight main trust namely Community Engagement, Entrepreneurship, Sports, Culture, Innovation, leadership, volunteerism, and University Social Responsibility (USR) programme. He has strong interest in student development through co-curriculum activities. Activities was planned to improve students generic skills such as critical thinking, communication, leadership, public speaking and innovation. He has also collaborated with various organisations, NGO and industries for the student development programme such as National Heart Institute, Civil Defence and Orphanage Home.
Mohamad Syazli also held various academic and administration posts at UTM, such as Head of Civil Engineering Department, Head of Data Analysis and Structural Design Laboratory, Head of Structure and Materials Laboratory, Secretary for Construction Quality & Maintenance (CQM) Research Group, Panel Head for Management and Application Program, Panel Head for Postgraduate Studies (Civil Engineering Department), Academic Coordinator, Academic Advisor and Civil Engineering Student Society Advisor.
Beyond his teaching and research, he is involved with consultancy works in management and engineering dealing with project management, structural integrity inspection and building materials. He also delivers project and safety management training to engineers and management team from various organisations.
Prior to his academic career, Mohamad Syazli work with private sectors involved in managing many private and national projects such as the construction of Electrical and Telecommunications Substation projects and Malaysian flagship Telehealth project under Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC).
This is his website as an academician and researcher at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
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Latest update: 28 July 2020