Dr. Wan Nurul Mardiah Wan Mohd Rani
Dr. Wan Nurul Mardiah Wan Mohd Rani is a Senior Lecturer at Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, University Teknologi Malaysia. She is currently the Deputy Director II, Institut Sultan Iskandar, an independent non-profit research and development organisation specialises in planning and development that operates within the UTM. She is also the Managing Director of ISI Ventures Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary company of Institut Sultan Iskandar. At the faculty level, she is the Deputy Head of Green Cities and Construction Research Group. Her research interest includes Sustainable Urban Form, Resilient Cities, Risk-Sensitive Cities, and Healthy Cities. At national level, she is a registered graduate member of the Malaysian Institute of Planners and a secretariat member for Academic Research Society of Malaysia (ARMS). Internationally, she is a member of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), affiliate member with Planners for Climate Action (P4CA) (initiative by UN-Habitat) and one of the editorial board members for Journal of International Society of City and Regional Planners. She is also actively involved in various research, consultations, and publications within the area of sustainability, urban studies, resilient cities and risk-sensitive urban planning.
Assoc. Prof. Ts. Ir. Dr. Syuhaida Ismail
As an industry-experienced academician with various engineering professional qualifications: the UK Chartered Engineer, the Associate ASEAN Engineer with ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisation (AFEO) and Professional Engineer with Practising Certificate with the Board of Engineer Malaysia, Assoc. Prof. Ts. Ir. Dr. Syuhaida Ismail has been invited as plenary/keynote speaker and published more than 280 articles on Sustainable Cities and Construction, Project Management, Construction Management and recently on the COVID-19 crisis in built environment. She has received more than 50 research/professional awards, where her research products are commercialised into more than 100 Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). She is currently the head of Green Cities and Construction Research Group (GCCRG) at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, who undertakes more than 70 research and consultation projects as well as organises several flagship hands-on workshops/training, global outreach and community engagement programmes on sustainable built environment, civil engineering, construction management and project management.
LAr. Dr. Rohayah Binti Che Amat
Rohayah Che Amat is a Senior Lecturer at Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. She teaches urban design to Master of Science Sustainable Urban Design. She is a certified landscape architect and certified GreenRE manager who has been practised landscape architecture and project management for over fifteen years involving projects in Malaysia and abroad. Recent consultation works include Kuala Lumpur Heritage Master Plan for Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Tertiary Heritage Zone Plan for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site, Melaka and George Town for Department of National Heritage Malaysia, team member of KL2040 Heritage Agenda of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Malaysia. She published and co-authored research publications related to the historic urban landscape, urban studies, heritage conservation, landscape architecture and project management. She is currently the principal investigator and also member of research grants related to urban studies, landscape architecture and project management. She is also Honorary Secretary for Malaysian Urban Design Association 2021-2023, Council Members of ICOMOS Malaysia 2020-2022, ISCCL ICOMOS Malaysia and a team leader for UNICITI Volunteer of Change, Third Way Building Asian Cities founded by Olga Chepelianskaia.
Dr. Basyarah Binti Hamat
Basyarah Hamat is a senior lecturer in RAZAK Faculty of Technology and Informatics, University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). She graduated from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design and the University of Adelaide, Australia with a Masters of Design in Digital Media. Her interest to develop the Malaysian design learning scene resulted in the completion of her PhD from Delft University of Technology, Netherlands in 2018, where her thesis on the mind-sets of design learning was published. Her research is mainly focused on understanding the cognitive and behavioural tendencies of design students, in order to assist and empower the production of well-informed design solutions. She is also the Programme Co-ordinator of the Bachelor of Science with Honours (Industrial Design) programme, and the Assistant Secretary of the Green Cities and Construction Research Group (GCCRG).
Ts. Dr. Mohammad Hussaini Wahab
Ts. Dr. Mohammad Hussaini Wahab is a Senior Lecturer of the Department of Management, Science and Design at Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He received his B.Eng in Architecture and Building Engineering, Master Engineering, and PhD in Regional Environmental System from Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT), Tokyo, Japan. Ts. Dr. Mohammad Hussaini Wahab current interest involves regional environmental system, architectural planning, and design as well as sustainable urban design. Internationally, he is a member of the Institute Architecture Japan (IAJ). He is currently the Programme Coordinator of Master of Science in Sustainable Urban Design (MSUD), Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, and an active member and treasurer of Green Cities and Construction Research Group (GCCRG) at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. He is also a member of the Scientific and Technical Committee on Editorial Review Boards for Malaysia Architecture Journal under the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), Education Committee.
Dr. Nurul Azreen Azlan
Nurul Azreen Azlan teaches in the Masters of Sustainable Urban Design programme at the Faculty of Technology and Informatics Razak, UTM Kuala Lumpur. Her academic focus leans towards the politics of space, where she is predominantly interested in the availability of space for people to participate in public life. As such, she is interested in how and why spaces and infrastructure are produced and governed in relation to politics, the impact of privatisation of public goods, and how historical processes, particularly colonisation, has shaped the resultant built environment and spatial practices. She graduated as a Part II architect from University Technology Malaysia before pursuing a Masters in Urban Design at The Bartlett, UCL. She completed her PhD at the Technology University of Delft, where she wrote a dissertation on the spaces of protest in post-colonial Kuala Lumpur.