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Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (Prof. Ar. Dr.)

E49 / 110 School of HBP
USM 11800 Penang, Malaysia
Tel : 04-6532810
Email: malik@usm.my

PROFILE

Academic Qualifications  
  • 19/6/80 –        Bachelor of Arts (Architecture)
     Polytechnic of The South Bank, London, UK

  • 31/3/84 -        Bachelor of Architecture (Melb.Uni)
    University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

  • 13/10/94-    PhD (Environment), The University of Wales College of Cardiff, Cardiff, Wales.

  • Title of PhD Thesis:    Design for Natural Ventilation in Low Cost Housing in Tropical Countries 

Personal Details
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Dr. Abdul Malik is currently teaching Architecture at the School of HBP. He has been involved in teaching since 1986, practising since 1995 and researching in thermal comfort of building.

Professional Qualifications:        

2/8/86  -          Associate Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia A/A51 Associate Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia M849

1/1/95 -  Associate Institiut Perekebentuk Dalaman Malaysia AA9

RESEARCH

Project Head  (National)

1.      Development of prismatic skylight roofing system for Malaysian tropical buildings, (2012), Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), RM50,000.00, Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi, July 2012 – July 2014.

2.      The effectiveness of hybrid turbine ventilator(s) in reducing building interior heat buid up (2013), Exploratory Research Grant Scheme (ERGS), Ministry of Science and  Technology, RM60000.00, June 2013 – May 2015

  1. Evaporative Cooling Window System – the Muscatese & Mashrabiyah Concept, (Nov 2012 – Oct 2014), Delivering Excellence APEX Grant, RM92000.00 (Main Researcher)

Co-researcher (National)

1.      Future Direction in Architecture. Ministry of Higher Learning Grant., RM74,000.00. Working Committee , July – December 2010

2.      Field study of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) in portable steel office cabins in hot-humid Malaysia, (15 Oct 2012 – 14 Oct 2014),USM Short-Term Grant RM35660.00, Dr. Mazran as Main Researcher

3.      The optimum performance of green building facade for effective internal environmental quality, Exploratory Research Grant Scheme (ERGS), Ministry of Science and Technology, RM70000.00, June 2013 – May 2015

Project Manager (University)

1.      Inventing a fan without the use of electrical energy, USM short- term, RM6700.00, May 2000-April 2002.

2.      Evaporative cooling on roof surface thermostatically, USM short – term,  RM11410.00, Jan 2003-Dec 2004.

3.      Using solar electricity to operate energy efficient fan to provide  thermal comfort indoors and outdoors, USM short-term, RM13150.00, Jan 2003 –  Dec. 2004.

4.      Reducing energy consumption from artificial lighting without affecting users’ comfort, Healthy Campus short-term, RM5000.00, August 2004.

5.      Inducing te stack effect using turbine ventilator, extractor fan and appropriate solar panel, USM short-term, RM 19370.00,  2005 - 2009

6.      The study on the biological and thermal performance of a green roof in Malaysian climatic conditions. USM Short-Term, RM32850.00, 15 May 2008 – 14 May 2010.

7.      The utilization of three different types of solar panels to reduce energy consumption in a higly intensive energy consuming building, RU Grant- Eureka Project, RM869,000.00, May 2008 – May 2010.

8.      A dynamic energy efficient hybrid between photovoltaic and daylight roof construction (Hybrid PV/D), RU Individual, USM, 1 Nov 2008 – 31 Oct 2010, RM125500.00.

9.      Evaporative cooling window system for indoor environment with the Labu Sayong – the muscatese & mashrabiya concept, APEX DE 2012 Grant. 1 Nov 2012– 31 Oct 2014. RM92000.00

Co-researcher (University)

1.      Introduction of Malay Traditional Houses in the Northern Region, USM short-term, Ku Azhar Ku Hassan (Main researcher) 1988 – 1990.(...missing...)

2.      Identifying the house buyers’ needs and product concepts of the mass development of green homes in Malaysia, Fundemental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), RM70,000.00, (Dr. Mohd Wira Mohd Shafie – Main Researcher), 2006 – 2009.

3.      Implementation of the sustainable housing technology in Malaysia, RU Grant RM559,600.00, Mahyuddin Ramli (Main Researcher), 2007 – 2010

4.      Sustainable tropical environment in the design of low-energy building to reduce the impact of global warming, RU Individual, USM, RM 241,000.00 (Main Researcher : Ku Azhar Ku Hassan) 2008 – 2009.

5.      Approach on Green Building Design and Practice in Malaysian Construction Industry, RU Grant RM177000.00, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (Main researcher), 2008 – 2011

6.      Penilaian Pelancongan Antarabangsa dan Tempatan Terhadap Kualiti Produk-Produk Pelancongan di Pantai Timur Semenanjung Malaysia, RU Grant RM 104,732.40. (Main researcher Prof Madya Dr Badaruddin Mohamed)

 

7.      Field study of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) in portable steel office cabins in hot-humid Malaysia, (2012), USM Short-Term Grant RM35660.00, Dr. Mazran as Main Researcher, 15 Okt 2012-14 Okt 2014.

1. Inducing The Stack Effect Using Turbine Ventilator, Extractor Fan And Appropriate Solar Panel

2. The Study On The Biological And Thermal Performance Of A Green Roof In Malaysian Climatic Condition

SUPERVISION

MASTERS & PHD CANDIDATES:

Graduate Supervision

PhD (Main Supervisor)

1.      Mazran Ismail, (2010), Improving indoor air movement by inducing the stack effect with the combination of turbine ventilator, extractor fan and operated by an appropriate solar panel.

2.      Asmat Ismail, (2012), Cooling potential of passive roof treatments on the residential building in Malaysia, (viva completed and in process of correcting thesis)

3.      Atikah Fukaihah Amir (2013) – The efficiency of legumes as applied to a biofacade in a tropical climate.

4.      Karam Mostafa Al-Obaidi (2015)  – Prismatic daylighting in tropical climates : an innovative roofing system  

5.      Ahmad Faizol, Sustainable water consumption in a typical mosque. (...registered 2012. Expected completion in 2016...)

PhD (Co Supervisor)

1.      Muhammad Arkam Che Mua’aim, (2014),  Illuminating indoor environment by fiber optics daylighting in tropical climate of Malaysia.(Main Supervisor: Mohd Rodzi Ismail)

2.      Hazril Sherney Basher (2015), Green balcony in high rise residential building for energy saving, (Main Supervisor: Associate Professor Dr. Sabarina Sheikh Ahmad, UiTM)

3.      Mohd Dzulkarnaen Sudirman, (2017), The potential of living wall system (LWS) application as a cooling approach towards energy conservation in Malaysia, (Main supervisor: Mohd Faizal Baharum)

Masters by Research (Main Supervisor)

1.      Muhamad Azhar Ghazali, (2011), An experimental study of comparative performance of three types of PV modules in static and dynamic installations under Penang climatic conditions.

2.      Hirda Lailani Khalid, (2012), Recycling exhaust air from air-con compressors for energy efficiency in tropical buildings.

3.      Hazril Sherney Basher (2012) – Illuminating indoor spaces with an innovative roofing system to contribute to energy efficiency in Malaysian buildings.

4.      Molood Sefi  (2013) - Improving the temperature reduction by the peltier cooling device for useful building interior.

5.      Nur Hidayah Ahmad, (2015) – Evaporative cooling window system for indoor environment with the labu sayong –the muscatese and mashrabiya concept. – registered in 2013 (expected to finish in 2015)

6.      Adhie Prasetiowibowo  (2015), Optimizing natural lighting for domestic building in Depok City, Jakarta,

7.      Emi Ariyani Aris – Hybrid Solar Cooker (Expected completion 2016)

Masters by Research (Co Supervisor)

1.      Azusa Ikeda, (2009), Introducing natural ventilation to reduce energy consumption in Malaysian hotels industry for sustainability, Masters Thesis submitted to The School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia. (Main Supervisor : Muna Hanim Abdul Samad)

2.      Nurul Izzati Arris – (just commenced)

 

PUBLICATION

Research Book

1.      Mansor Ibrahim, Abdullah Sani Ahmad, Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, Norwina Mohd Nawawi, Norhati Ibrahim, Meor Mohammad Fared Meor Razali, Mastor Surat, Naziaty Mohd Yaacob, (2011), Halatuju pendidikan seni bina di Malaysia (The direction of architectural education in Malaysia), Universiti Putra Malaysia Publisher, ISBN 978-983-3663-98-9

Journal/E-Journal/Journal Proceedings

1.      Abdul Malek bin Abdul Rahman, (1995), Housing design in relation to environmental comfort, Building Research & Information, Vol.23, Number 1, ISSN: 0961-3218

2.      Mazran Ismail, Mohd. Rodzi Ismail & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2009), Field study on the ventilation performance of the hybrid turbine ventilator (HTV) in the tropics, International Journal on Design and Manufacturing Technologies, Volume 3 No.2

3.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2009). Natural Ventilation: A Passive Design Strategy in Designing Hotel Lobbies: Cases from Tropical Malaysia, Archnet-International Journal for Architectural Research. Volume 3, Issue 2. http://archnet.org / library / documents / one-document.jsp? document id=10781. A refereed online journal

4.      Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Potted Plants on Flat Roofs as a Strategy to Reduce Indoor temperature in Malaysian Climate, American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 3(3): 534-539, ISSN 1941-7040, 2010 Science Publication.

5.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2010), Greening the Architectural Curriculum in all Institutes of Higher Learning in Malaysia- it is not an option, ArchNet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 4, issues 2/3 (2010), Special Edition: Design Education: Explorations & Prospects for a Better Built Environment. (International) ISSN 1994-6961. (US) ISSN 1938-7806. OCLC 145980807; LOC 2007212183. A refereed digital journal.

6.      Mazran Ismail & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Comparison of different hybrid turbine ventilator (HTV) application strategies to improve the indoor thermal comfort, International Journal of Environmental Research (IJER), Vol 4 (2). Impact factor 0.78.

7.      Atikah Fukaihah Amir, Foong Swee Yeok, Aldrin Abdullah, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), Biofacade for Urban Development: Pest and Diseases, Its Control and Prevention, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 4 No 5, October issue. ISSN 1913-9063, Canadian Center of Scence and Education, doi: 10.5539/jsd.v4n5p237-243

8.      Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The Investigation Of Green Roof And White Roof Cooling Potential On Single Storey Residentisl Building In The Malaysian Climate, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 76, Issue 52, 9 pages (129 – 137).

9.      Abdul M.A. Rahman, Foong S. Yeok and Atikah F. Amir, (2011), The Building Thermal Performance and Carbon Sequestration Evaluation for Psophocarpus tetrogonobulus on Biofaçade Wall in the Tropical Environment, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology 76, Issue 52, Pp 86 – 94.

10.  Hirda Lailani, Yusri Yusup & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), Optimizing Wind Power for Energy Efficient Building Design in Tropical Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol 4. No 2: April, www.ccsenet.org/jsd.

11.  Atikah Fukaihah, Foong Swee Yoke & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The Most Effective Malaysian Legume Plants as Biofacade for Building Wall Application, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 4, No. 1:Feb, Canadian Center of Science and Education, www.ccsenet.org/jsd.

12.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman  & Foong Swee Yeok, (2012), Cooling Potentials and CO2 Uptake of Ipomoea Pescaprae Installed on the Flat Roof of a Single Storey Residential Building in Malaysia, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences. Pp 361-368, Elsevier Publication.

13.  Mazran Ismail and Abdul Rahman A.M., (2012), Rooftop turbine ventilator: A review and update, Journal of Sustainable Development (EBSCO Indexed), Vol.5, No.5. www.ccsenet.org/jsd

14.  Azhar Ghazali, M. and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), The Performance of Three Different Solar Panels for Solar Electricity Applying Solar Tracking Device under the Malaysian Climate Condition" International Journal of Energy and Environment Research. Vol. 2, No. 1, ISSN 1927-0569; E-ISSN 1927-0577, Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education, 8 pages.

15.  Mazran Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Ruhizal Roosli, Md Azree Othuman Mydin, (2012), Potential and constraints of advanced stack ventilation application in the Tropics: A Review., International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 4 No.2, ISSN: 2075-4124, Online ISSN: 2075-7107 (ISI Thompson), 9 pages.

16.  Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), Stack ventilation strategies in architectural context: A brief review of historical development, current trends and future possibilities, International Journal of Research and Reviewed in Applied Sience, IJRRAS 11(2) (INSPEC, EBSCO Indexed)

17.  Atikah Fukaihah Amir, Foong Seow Yoke & Abdul Rahman A.M., (2012), An experimental approach to compare carbon sequestration rate of four species of legume used as a biological facade, International Journal of Global Environmental Issues (IJGEnvl).

18.  Norazmawati Md. Sani & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012),  Factors that made possible to own a house by the low-income group in Malaysia, Palagia Research Library , Advance in Applied Science Research Journal, 3(6): Pp 3814-3818

19.  Karam Al-Obaidi,  Mazran Ismail & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), Roof light daylighting system as an acceptable tropical design element for a domestic building, Science Series Data Report Journal, Vol 4, No.12, Dec 2012, Pp 88-96

20.  Al-Obaidi KM, Ismail M and Abdul Rahman AM, (2013), An innovative roofing system for tropical building interiore: separating heat from useful visible light, International Journal of Energy and Environment, Vol 4, Issue 1, pp 103-116, ISSN 2076-2895 (Print) ISSN 2076-2909 (Online)

21.  Al-Obaidi KM, Ismail M and Abdul Rahman AM, (2013), Daylighting tropical building interiors from skylight: the case for separating heat from useful visible light, Springer Journal....

22.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Norazmawati Md. Sani @ Abd Rahim, Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Lim Yoke Mui, (2013), Rethinking the Malaysian Affordable Housing Design Typology In View of Global Warming Considerations, Journal of Sustainable Development, (EBSCO Indexed), Vol.6, No.7. www.ccsenet.org/jsd

23.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), A review of the potential of attic ventilation by passive and active turbine ventilator in Tropical Malaysia, Journal of Sustainable Cities and Society 9, pp 232-240,Indexed in Scopus,  Elsevier.

24.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman,(2014), A comparitive study between unvented and vented attic by hybrid turbine ventilator in Malaysian houses, International Journal of Sustainable Energy, Scopus, Vol. 33, Feb 2014, 13 pages

25.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman,(2014), A review of skylight glazing materials in architectural designs for a better indoor environment, International Journal of Modern Applied Science, Scopus, Vol. 8, No. 1, Feb 2014, ISSN 1913-1844, E-ISSN 1913-1852, pages 68 – 82, 14 pages

26.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman,(2014), Investigation of passive design techniques for pitched roof systems in the tropical region, Journal of Modern Applied Science, Scopus, Volume 8, No 3, Canadian Center of Science and Education

27.  Muhammad Arkam, Karam Al-Obaidi, Mohd Rodzi Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman,(2014), A review study on the application of the fibre optic daylighting system in Malaysian buildings, International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology & urban Development, Taylor & Francis, 13 pages

28.  Karam M. Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), A study of the impact of environmental loads that penetrate a passive skylight roofing system in Malaysian buildings, Frontiers of Architectural Research,

Science Direct, http://dx.oi.org/10.1016/j.foar.2014.03.004, 14 pages

29.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Design and performance of a novel innovative roofing system for tropical domestic building, Energy Conversion and Management, ISI Impact Factor 3.59 (Elsevier)

30.  Al-Obaidi KM, Ismail M, Abdul Rahman AM.(2014), Passive cooling techniques through reflective and radiative roofs in tropical houses in Southeast Asia - a literature review. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 15 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foar.2014.06.002

31.  Munaaim, MAC., Al-Obaidi, KM., Ismail, MR., & Abdul Rahman, AM, (2014), The potential of fiber optic daylighting systems in Tropical Malaysia, Journal of Indoor and Built Environment, ISI & Scopus, Impact Factor 1.71.

32.  Radia Tashkina Rifa, Karam M Al-Obaidi, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Improving stack effect in hot humid building interiors with hybrid turbine ventilators, MATEC Web of Conferences, 17, 01012. Doi: 10.1051/matecconf/201417012. Published by EDP Sciences.

33.  Asmat Ismail, Foong Swee Yeok, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Significant effect of beach morning glory in improving the quality of life, Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences, Science Direct

34.  Munaaim MAC, Al-Obaidi KM, Ismail M. R., & Abdul Rahman A.M.A, (2014), Empirical evaluation of the effect of  heat gain from fiber optic daylighting system on tropical building interiors. Journal of Sustainability (ISI indexed) Impact Factor: 1.08.

35.  Abbood, A.W., Al-Obaidi, K.M., Awang, H. Abdul Rahman, A.M., (2015), Achieving energy efficiency through industrialized building system for residential buildings in Iraq. International Journal of Sustainable Built Environment. Article in Press, Accepted 2 February 2015, Elsevier

36.  MA Che Munaaim, Karam M. Al-Obaidi, MR Ismail, AM Abd Rahman, (2015), The behavior of internal humidity from fibre optic daylighting system application, Jurnal Teknologi, eISSN 2180-3722

37.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman,(20...), Sustainable design techniques to reduce attic air temperatures in tropical roofs, (already presentated in UM-CoHas Conference and awaiting publication)

38.  Karam Al-Obaidi, Muhammad Azzam Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Assessing the allowable daylight illuminance from skylight in single-storey buildings in Malaysia: A review, Rrnewable Energy, (...for consideration for publication in Renewbale Energy.

39.  Hazril Sherney Basher, Sabarinah Ahmad and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (20...), A Review of Thermal Performance of Vertical Greenery Sysytem in Multi-storey Buildings, International of Environmental Research. (under review)

40.  A Malek A Rahman, (1987), Pengajian Seni Bina Dengan Komputer – Merapatkan Jurang Teori dan Praktis, Majalah Akitek, 2 pages.

41.  A Malek A. Rahman, Sept/Okt (1989), Pengajian Seni Bina dengan Komputer – Merapatkan Jurang Teori dan Praktis – Bahagian II, Majalah Akitek, 2 pages.

42.  AMA Rahman, Ir. M. Ramli, MZ Kandar & WMW Harun, Sept/Okt (1994), In Search of an Ideal Design for a Low-Cost Dwelling in Tropical Malaysia, Majalah Akitek, 6 pages.

43.  PJ Jones, DK Alexander & AM Rahman, (1994), Development of Low Cost Malaysian Homes –  Assessment of Thermal Performance, Journal of HBP, Vol. 1, 7 pages, ISSN0218-6536

44.  AMA Rahman, (1995),76 Unsuitability of Low-Cost Cluster – Link  House in the Hot-Humid Climate of Malaysia, Journal of HBP,Vol 2 10 pages, ISSN 0218-6536.

45.   Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Solar powered energy efficient buildings as an identity of trpical architecture, Architecture Malaysia, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects.

46.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005), Rethinking the Architectural Curriculum for Ecologically    Sustainable Development  (ESD) in Institutes of Higher Learning in Malaysia, Architecture Malaysia, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, Volume 17 Issue 5.

47.  Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2008), The possibility of using a hybrid turbine ventilator (HTV)to improve the vertical air velocity (stack effect) in Malaysian building interiors, Architecture Malaysia, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, Vol.20, Issue 6, Page 60-63.

48.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2009), Solar electricity for Malaysian homes as contrbution to reduce global warming, Architecture Malaysia, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, Vol. 21, Issue 2, pp50-55

49.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman and Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, (2010) Reinventing the Architectural Education in the Institutes of Higher Learning: Sustainability versus Iconic, Architecture Malaysia,  Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, Volume 22, Issue 1, Pp 64-69.

50.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2011), Issues in Architectural Tertiary Education in Malaysia : Propose to review principal areas, Architecture Malaysia, Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, Volume 23, Issue 6.

51.  A. Malek A. Rahman, (1988), Ke Arah Pengajian Seni Bina Bantuan Komputer, Perantara, 2 pages.

52.   Abdul Malik A. Rahman, (1989), Pusat Pemilihan Pesakit Mental, Buletin PBP, 5 pages.

53.  Shaharuddin A. Ahmad & Abdul Malik A. Rahman, (1989), Sistem Pakar Rintangan Api- Modul LPDP,  Buletin PBP, 2 pages

54.  Abdul Malik A. Rahman, (1989), Keselesaaan Dalaman Rumah Menggunakan Sistem Pasif Cahaya Satu Pendekatan Inovatif. Buletin PBP, 2 pages

55.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (1995), Medan Diary:May/June 1994, Buletin PBP, 5 pages.

56.  Siti Azizah Mohd Nor & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2009), Sustainability Practices The New Zealand Way : A Visitor’s observation in North Island, Bio Bulletin, Volume XII, School of Biological Sciences, University Sains Malaysia.

57.  Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The potential of the hybrid turbine ventilator (HTV) to improve indoor thermal environment, Bulletin of Research and Community Engagement Vol 1 (1), School of Housing, Building & Planning.

58.  Azhar Abdullah and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The utilization of three different types of aolar panels to reduce energy consumption in a highly intensive energy consuming building, Bulletin of Research and Community Engagement Vol. 1 (1), School of Housing, Building & Planning.

59.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Ahmad Hilmy, (2012), A feasibility study in proposing the use of solar electric bicycles, Bulletin of Research and Community Engagement Vol 2 (1), School of Housing, Building & Planning. ISSN 2229-9211

60.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (1999), Natural Cooling of Malaysian Urban Homes by Free Wind, Green Pages Website, www / ecoweb.com / cgiocal / sfc?a= / editorial / index.html&b=/ er

61.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005), Towards revamping the Architectural Curriculum for Ecological Sustainable  Development   (ESD) in Institutes of Higher Learning in Malaysia, Green Pages  website, http://eco-web.com / editorial / 051109.html

Chapter in Research Book (non-proceedings) each document

1.      TW Sam & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Chapter 1 Introduction, Research at Univeriti Sains Malaysia, A 35th Anniversary Publication,Volume 3: Environmental & Engineering, ISBN 983-2514-88-6

2.      Karam M. Al-Obaidi, Mazran Ismail and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Energy Efficient Skylight Design in Tropical Houses, Special topic volume “ Materials and Technologies for Green Construction” edited by Dr. M. Arif Kamal. A refereed publication and the volume published in the periodical named Solid State Phenomena (SCOPUS indexed) by Trans Tech Publications

Proceedings

1.      Dr. AMA Rahman, (1994,)  A Rethinking in Designing of Low-Cost Housing in Malaysia, International Symposium on; People & Place; Place & Development, Center for Architectural Research and Development Overseas (CARDO), Newcastle, 1-2 December.

2.      M. Ramli & AM Rahman, (1994), Analysis of a double-skin ferrocement wall panel for housing, Proceedingsof the Fifth International Symposium on Ferrocement, Ferro 5, UMIST, Manchester, UK., 6-9 Sept.

3.      Mohd. Rodzi Ismail & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2002), Comfort air-conditioning and energy conservation conservation: Potential of energy saving by setting a higher inside temperature in the Malaysian situation, Proceedings for International Symposium’, Building Research and the Sustainability of the Built Environment in the Tropics’, Jakarta, Indonesia., 14-16 October

4.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Mohd. Rodzi Ismail, (2003), Educating the Malaysian Public on Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency – The National RE & EE Program, Proceedings of Comprehensive Seminar on Construction and Creation of Sustainable Society based on the Zero-Discharge Concept, Kyoto University under the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Program, 15-18 December.

5.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), The Univeristy Sains Malaysia Solar Electric Bus Stop, Passive design consideration in the Built Environment, A  JSPS-VCC Program, International Islamic University Malaysia, 22-23 November.

6.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Aldrin Abdullah, (2005), Malaysian First Science & Technology Island at Pulau Singa Besar, Langkawi Island – A Case Study on Eco-Tourism, International Conference on Tourism Development, 9-11 January, Penang.

7.      A.M.A. Rahman and M.Z. Kandar, (2005), A Rethinking in Design Approach  for a True tropical Building with emphasis on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency,  International Conference on Sustainable Building South East Asia (SBO4 Series) KLIA Pan Pacific, Kuala Lumpur, April  11-13

8.      M.Z. Kandar and A.M.A. Rahman, (2005), Awareness, Education and Training towards sustainable energy and development in Malaysia, International Conference on Sustainable Building South East  Asia (SBO4 Series) KLIA Pan Pacific, Kuala Lumpur, April 11-13.

9.      A. Abdullah, A. Bahauddin, B. Mohamed, A.M. Abdul Rahman, (2006), The creation of an eco-tourism site: A case study of Pulau Singa Besar, Design & Nature III, Comparing Design in Nature with Science and Engineering, The New Forest, Wessex Institute of Technology, Southampton, United Kingdom, 24-26 May.

10.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2007), The need for change in the Built Environment Curricula in Malaysian Universities and in Practice, International Conference on Sustainable South East Asia, 5-7 November.

11.  Mazran ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman and Rodzi Ismail, (2007), Assessment of the potential of solar powered turbine ventilator (ISPTV) for enchancing stack ventilation in Malaysian climate, International Conference on Built Environment (ICBEDC 2007): towards sustainable transformation, Volume II, School of Housing, Building & Planning, 3-4 December.

12.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2007), Incorporating Sustainable Design Awareness in Future Architects – A pilot study by the Architecture Program of the School of Housing, Building & Planning, International Conference Challenges and Experiences in Developing Architectural Education in Asia, Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta, ISBN 978-979-990-161-3, 8 – 10 July.

13.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Mazran Ismail, (2008), Educating Building Professionals on Environmental Problems caused by misconceptions in Building Designs, International Conference on Environmental Research and Technology (ICERT’08), Organized by the School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia,Park Royal Hotel, Penang, ISBN 978 983 3986 29 3, 28-30 May.

14.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman & Fuziah Ibrahim, (2008), Green perfomance ratings for Malaysian buildings with particular reference to hotels, International Conference on Environmental Research and Technology, (ICERT 08), Organized by the School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia,Park Royal Hotel, Penang. ISBN 978 983 3986 29 3, 28-30 May

15.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman & Wan Mariah Wan Harun, (2008), The awareness and role of building professionals towards green developments, International Conference on Environmental Design – UMRAN 2008, Kulliyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia., ISBN 978 983 3142 07 1, 17 – 19 July.

16.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), Green Roof Technology: A strategy to reduce the impact of global warming, International Conference on Environmental Design – UMRAN 2008, Kulliyah of Architecture and Environmental Design,International Islamic University Malaysia, 17 – 19 July.

17.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), Using green roof concept as a passive design technology to minimize the impact of global warming, 2nd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 2008), USM, 3-4 December.

18.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Azamuddin Husin & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), Green Roof Technology: A way to minimise the impact of global warming, Seminar Penyelidikan Siswazah Alam Bina at UiTM Perak, 4-5 December.  

19.  Mohd. Bakhlah, Mohd. Rodzi Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), The effect of exterior shading devices on   indoor climate,Crossing the Borders of Knowledge for the Future,  Proceedings International Conference on  Social Sciences and Humanities 2008 (ICoSSH 2008), 2nd USM Penang International Postgraduate Convention 2008, 18 -20 June.

20.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, (2009), Value add Malaysian hotels with the Green Bulding Index Scheme, 3rd International Conference ICBEDC 2009,Sustainable Built Environment: Tomorrow’s agenda today, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2-3 December.

21.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Wan Mariah Wan Harun and Fuziah Ibrahim, (2009), Architecture education at the crossroad: Sustainability and Iconic, SIBE09, SABUGA ITB Bandung – Indonesia, 2-3 November.

22.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Potted plants on flat roof as a strategy to reduce indoor temperature in Malaysian climate, International Conference on Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design (ICSAUD2010), Royal Hotel, Penang, 3-4 March,

23.  Atikah Fukaihah, Foong Swee Yeok, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Kumaradesan S & Aldrin Abdullah, An experimental approach to compare carbon sequestration rate of four species of legume used as biological facade,  International Conference of Environment 2010 (ICENV 2010). Park Royal Hotel, Batu Feringhi, Penang, Malaysia, organized by School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 13-15 December.

24.  Hazril Sherney Basher and   Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), Illuminating indoor spaces for the well being of occupants using an innovative roofing system, International Scientific Committee, International Building and Infrastructure Technology Conference BITECH 2011, Vistana Hotel, Penang, University Sains Malaysia. 7-8 June.

25.  Hirda Lailani Khalid and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The potentials of urban wind power in Malaysia, International Scientific Committee, International Building and Infrastructure Technology Conference BITECH 2011, Vistana Hotel, Penang, University Sains Malaysia. 7-8 June.

26.  Mohammad Azhar Ghazali and Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), The performance of three different solar panels for solar electricity applying solar tracking timer device under the Malaysian climatic condition, International Scientific Committee, International Building and Infrastructure Technology Conference BITECH 2011, Vistana Hotel, Penang, University Sains Malaysia. 7-8 June.

27.  Mazran Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Ruhizal Roosli and Md. Azree Othuman Mydin, (2011), Wind assisted stack ventilation strategies: Potential and constraints in Malaysian climatic conditions, Refereed Proceedings Vol 1, Rehumanizing the Built Environment, 5th International Conference and Workshop on Built Environment in Developing Countries ICBEDC 2011, 6-7 December.

28.  Hirda Lailani Khalid & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), Harvesting wind power from air-conditioning exhaust air as an alternative way in optimizing wind power in tropical Malaysia, Proceedings o f  the 5th IBPC, Kyoto, Japan, May 28-31, pp 1331-1338. 8 pages.

29.  Al-Obaidi K.M., Ismail M. & Abdul Rahman A.M., (2012), Tropical roof daylighting for building interiors: design factors that make it possible, International Conference on “Green” Built Environment (ICGBE2012) theme: “Green Built Environment: Redefined” Organized by the Kulliyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia, 29-30 May.

30.  Mazran Ismail & Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), Possibilities of enhancing building ventilation and aesthetic appearance by implementing solar-wind driven turbine ventilator, 3rd International Conference on Environmental Research and Technology, Energy & Environment-Sustainable Technologies for a Greener Future, Parkroyal Hotel Penang, Malaysia, 30 May – 1 June, School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

31.  Al-Obaidi K.M., Ismail M. and Abdul Rahman A.M., (2012), Towards new roof design constrcution to create a healthy environment by day lighting the building interior in the Malaysian tropical climate, International Environmental and Health Conference 2012, Vistana Hotel, Penang. Organized by the School  of Health Sciences collaborating with the School of Distance Education, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 6-7 June.

32.  Al-Obaidi K.M., Ismail M. and Abdul Rahman A.M., (2012), Daylighting tropical building interiors from skylight: the case for separating heat from useful visible light, International Conference on Sciences, Technology & Social Science (ICSTSS2012), “Synthesizing Ideas & Innovation into a Better Future”, 20-22 November 2012, Hotel Vistana, Kuantan, Pahang, Organized by Universiti Teknologi MARA Pahang.

33.  Abdul Rahman AM, Abdul Samad MH & Wan Harun WM, (2012), Restructuring Architectural Education: Research based curriculum for Research Universities, The Proceedings of Malaysian Architectural Education Conference (MAEC2012), 4-5 October 2012, Faculty of Architecture, Universiti Putra Malaysia, e-ISBN: 978-5545-05-4

34.  Muna Hanim Abdul Samad & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2007), Assessment of the potential of solar powered turbine ventilator (SPTV) for enhancing stack ventilation in Malaysian climatic., 2nd National Academic Conference 2007, Holistic Approach to Sustainable Development and Low Energy Built Environment, Hotel Renaissance, Kota Bharu, Kelantan. 3-4 Disember.

35.  Asmat Ismail, Azamuddin Husin, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), Literature review on green roof technology: A way to improve thermal performance and energy consumption in buildings, Management in Construction Researchers Association, 7th Annual Conference (MiCRA 2008), International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Kulliyah of Architecture & Environmental Design (KAED), 18-19 June.

36.  Asmat Ismail, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad & Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2008), Potted plants on flat roof as a strategy to reduce the impact of global warming, Proceedings of Post Graduate Research Colloquium, School of HBP, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 26 August.

37.  Tashkina R., Karam M. Al-Obaidi, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Using hybrid turbine ventilator (HTV) to improve stack effect in hot humid building interiors, Building Science and Technology Conference (BUSTEC), Teluk Dalam Resort, Pangkor Island, Perak, 31 May 2014

38.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Izatul Asyikin Nordin, Karam M. Al-Obaidi, (2014), Future compact cities in view of global warming for ASEAN countries, 2nd Bienalle International Conference on Indonesian Architecture and Planning – Space for the Next Generation, 21-22 August 2014, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

39.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Delivering sustainable design and architectural innovation in tertiary education, Sustainable Design and Innovation in Architectural Context, Architecture design National Seminar (ARDENAS 2014), Unit Seni Bina, Jabatan Kejuruteraan Awam, Politeknik Port Dickson, 3rd November 2014.

40.  Molood Seifi, Aldrin Abdullah, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Mohd. Zulkifly Abdullah, Tarmiji Masron, (2014), Peltier Cooling Device (PCD) assembly and configuration of the device for reducing temperature of building spaces, Post Graduate Conference and Workshop in Built Environment 2014 (PGCBE 2014), 22-24 December 2014, School of Housing, Building & Planning.

41.  S. Nursa’adah Haron, Abdul Naser Abdul Ghani, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Thermal and Hydraulic Analysis of Experimental Porous Pavers, Building Material and Technology Conference 2015 BUMATECH2015, Universiti Sains Malaysia, May 28-29 2015, e-ISBN: 978-967-394-216-9

42.  Mazran ismail, Karam M. Al Obaidi, Abdul malek Abdul Rahman, Mardiana Idayu Ahmad,(2015), Container Architecture in the Hot humid Tropics: Potential and Constraints, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Environmental Research and Technology (ICERT2015), 27-29 May 2015, Park Royal Penang resort, Malaysia

Conference Presentations (oral and poster)

1.      Dr. P.J.Jones, DK Alexander & AM Rahman, (1991), The thermal performance of new low-cost housing in Malaysia, A symposium & exhibition, 9-11 December, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

2.      Dr. P.J.Jones, DK Alexander & AM Rahman, (1993), Evaluation of the thermal performance of new low-cost trpical housing, IBPSA 3rd International Conference, Australia, August.

3.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Mohd. Zin Kandar, (2005), Promotion of Energy Efficiency in Malaysia, ECCJ-AOTS Training Program on Energy Conservation for Malaysia (ECMA), 6-19 January, Yokohama Kenshu Center, Yokohama, Japan.

4.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005), Ideas for Collaborative Research in Development of Passive Design and Technology in Tropical Climates, for Researchers in  the Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Kyoto University, 23 August.

5.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, Asmat Ismail & Foong Seow Yoke, (2009),  Plant selection for green roof system in Malaysian climate, 2nd  Collaborative Conference, Life Science: Synergy for Enhancement  of Quality of Life, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia, 10 – 11 February.

6.      Atikah Fukaihah, Foong Swee Yeok, Kumaradesan S, Aldrin Abdullah and Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2010), Photosynthetic assimilation rate of three leguminiuous biological facade used in green buildings, 1st Joint Symposium of ITB-USM 2010, Science for Sustainable Development and a Better Life, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 20 - 21 Disember.

7.      Atikah Fukaihah, Asmat Ismail and Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2010),  Overcoming global warming by ecological and landscaping strategies – an Architectural viewpoint, 1st Joint Symposium of ITB-USM 2010, Science for Sustainable Development and a Better Life, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 20 - 21 Disember.

8.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Mr. Norizal Noordin, (1995), Cooling Malaysian Homes by Free Wind, Seminar on Building, Design &  Construction – Innovative  technologies and new techniques, School of HBP, USM, Penang,27-29 July.

9.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2002), Low-Energy House – Smart Energy Consumption without reducing daily activities at home, Journalist Seminar on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, 29-31 July, Evergreen Laurel Hotel, Penang.

10.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2002), Passive Solar Building Design Elements – cooling technology and natural ventilation, National Seminar on Integrated Energy Building design, 22-23 October, Conference Room, Ministry of Works, Kuala Lumpur.

11.   Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Solar Electricity at Pulau Singa Besar: A Case Study, Workshop on  Renewable Energy for Island: Touris m and Island’s Sustainability, Awana Porto Malai, OPET-CETREE, Thursday 6 May.

12.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005) Educating architectural students as solar architects to practice low energy architecture, National Seminar on Energy in Buildings, Holiday Villa, Subang Jaya, Selangor. 10-11 May 2005.

13.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005), The RE & EE House, Workshop on The Preparation & Construction RE & EE Module for Primary Schools, 17 – 21 May, Cinta Sayang Golf Resort, Kedah.

14.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2006), Passive Cooling in Building, USM Hajj Research in Collaboration with Umm Al-Qura University (UQU), 11-13 September, Auditorium 1, USAINS Holding Sdn Bhd, Complex Eureka, USM.

15.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman & Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, (2006), Towards education for sustainable development in Universiti Sains Malaysia – a pilot study at the Architecture Program of the School of Housing, Building & Planning, The 2006 ASAIHL Conference: Education for Sustainable Development, organized by Universiti Sains Malaysia and The Association of Southeast Asian Institution of Higher Learning, The Gurney Resort Hotel & residence, Penang, Malaysia.

16.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman & Fadel M.Y.Othman, (2007), Energy Consumption Strategies in Hajj – Best Practices, National Seminar on Hajj Best Practices through Advances in Science and Technology, Balai Pasiban Agung, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 28-30 May.

17.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, Nik Fuaad Nik Abllah & Siti Azizah Mohd. Nor, (2007), The Need for an Efficient Public Convenience System for Hajj Pilgrims, National Seminar on Hajj Best Practices through Advances in Science and Technology, Balai Pasiban Agung, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 28-30 May.

18.  Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2011), Infusing the Green Building Index criteria into the Architectural Program of the School of Housing, Building & Planning, USM, Half-Day University – MGBC Dialogue on Sustainable Built Environment, 5 March, Sime Darby Convention Center, Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.,

19.  Atikah Fukaihah Amir, Foong Seow Yeok, Anita Talib, Aldrin Abdullah, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2011), Uses of Psophocarpus tetrogonobulus as a biofacade for carbon storage and carbon sequestration, The Role of the Penang Botanic Gardens : Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century, 24-25 May. University Sains Malaysia

20.  Nor Hidayah Ahmad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Othman Sidek, (2013), Evaporative Cooling Window System – the Muscatese & Mashrabiyyah concept, Port Dickson, 9-10 April 2013

21.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2013), Global Warming: Global Warning for Local Actions – Housing for the masses, A short seminar following the signing of Memorandum of Agreement between Universitas Gadjah Mada and Univrsiti Sains Malaysia, 7 October 2013, Conference Room, The School of Housing, Building & Planning

22.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2013), Housing for the masses with global warming considerations, A short seminar following the signing of Memorandum of Agreement between Chulalongkorn University and Univrsiti Sains Malaysia, 24 October 2013, Conference Room, The School of Housing, Building & Planning

23.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Izatul Asyikin, Karam M. Al-Obaidi, (2014), Future compact cities in view of global warming for ASEAN countries, Space for the Next Generation, International Conference in Architecture and Planning (ICIAP2014), Universitas Gadjah Mada, 21-22 August 2014.

24.  Asmat Ismail, Foong Swee Yeok, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Significant effect of beach morning glory in improving the quality of life, AcE-Bs2014Seoul, Asian Conference on Environmental-Behaviour Studies, “Environmental Settings in the Era of Urban Regeneration”, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea, 25-27 August 2014.

25.  Karam M. Al-Obaidi and Assoc. Prof Dr. Ar. Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Innovative Roofing System for reducing Solar Heat Gain from Natural Lighting under Malaysian Sky Condition, Facilitating University-Industry Partnerships, 2015 Malaysia University – Industry Green Buildign Collaboration (2015 MU-MGBC) Symposium, Auditorium of the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 20-21 January 2015

Patent

1.      Intellectual Property : Title: Turbine Ventilator Registration Number : MY 11-E0002-0101 Duration of Registration: 5 April 2011 – 5 April 2016 Name & Address: Innovation Office, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Bangunan j06, 11800 USM, Pulau Pinang.  

Publications related to teaching

University Textbooks

1.      Housing, Building & Planning Terminologies, USM Publisher, 151 pages.

2.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2002), Usaha-Usaha Mencapai Keselesaan Terma Dalaman di Malaysia, USM     Publisher, 99 pages.

3.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2003),  Reka Bentuk Suria Pasif dan Keselesaan Terma Dalaman, USM Publisher,  105 pages

4.     Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2004), Low-Energy Cooling Technology for  Malaysian  Homes, USM Publisher, 143  pages.

5.     Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Ke Arah Melestarikan Alam Bina untuk Generasi Masa Hadapan, USM Publisher, 41 pages.

6.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Design considerations for low energy tropical buildings, (..expected to complete by November 2013 and to submit to USM publisher by 2014)

Chapter in University Textbooks

1.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (7 chapters), Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2 chapters), Mohd. Rodzi Ismail (1 chapter), Azizi Bahauddin (1 chapter), (2009), Towards a Low-Energy Building Design for Tropical Malaysia, USM Publisher 193 pages. (7 Chapters by Malek)

2.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman et.al., (2012), Future design in an energy efficient building as an identity of a Malaysian Tropical Architecture with emphasis on photovoltaic technology and passive solar building design technology, Towards a Sustainable Built Environment in Malaysia, Editors: Mahyuddin Ramli & Hugh Byrd, ISBN 978-983-861-544-0 (1 chapter)

3.      Al-Obaidi KM, Ismail M, Abdul Rahman AM,  (2012), Tropical Roof Daylighting for Building Interiors: Design Factors that Make it Possible, Green in the Built Environment: Redefined, Edited by Srazali Aripin, Sharina Farihah Hasan and Khairuddin Abdul Rashid, IIUM Press. (...accepted for publication ...) (1 chapter)

4.      Karam M. Al-Obaidi, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Toplighting systems for improving indoor environment: A review, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies for Building and Environmental Applications: Options for a Greener Future,

Mass Media

1.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (1994), July 8, Thermal comfort in low- cost houses neglected, News Straits Times.

2.      Dr. Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2000), May 28, Thermal comfort in  the homes, Saturday Forum, News Straits  Times

3.      Dr. AbdulMalek Abdul Rahman, (2001), Energy Efficient Building of the Future, 26 May, Saturday Forum, News Straits Times.

4.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2002), Passive Solar to Save Energy as a Building Concept, August 19, Focus,  Campus News USM.

5.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2002), Aim for energy-efficient designs for buildings, September 5, Letters, News Straits Times.

6.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2003), Powering down for sustainability,13  September, News Straits Times, Property Times.

7.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2003), Solar Architects, 17 October, The Star.

8.      Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2003), Malaysia far behind in use of solar  energy, 20 November, The Star.

9.      Dr, Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2003), Bangunan KT jimat penggunaan tenaga, USM latih arkitek mesra alam sekitar, 20 November, Beritra Harian.

10.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Punish authorities too, 7 April, News Straits Times.

11.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Lessons in energy-saving from tradition, 25 October, News Straits Times.

12.  Menyemai Kecekapan Tenaga dalam Rekaan Bangunan, (2004), Majalah Dewan Kosmik.

13.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2005), Dire need for ‘urban agropolis’, 8  August, News Straits Times.

14.  Dr. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, Strive for Energy Efficiency in House Designs, (2007), Home and Furnishings, ISSN 1675-7211, KDN PP/11820/6/2007.

15.  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ar. Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2008), Please consider a different design, Tuesday 24 June,  News Straits Times

Report

1.      Energy Audit Report  on Univeristy Malaya Medical Center for Ministry of Energy, Water & Communication (Executive Summary report submitted to the Ministry)

2.      Energy Report on The Ministry of Finance, Auditor General Office & Customs Office for The Ministry of Energy, Water & Communication (Executive Summary report submitted to the Ministry)

 

 

OTHERS

ACADEMIC RECOGNITION & LEADERSHIP

Academic Awards (National)

1.      Third Prize for PPPBP, Book Launching Ceremony, 27 March 2004, USM Publisher

2.      Senior Member, Membership number 0777, 10 March 2009, Carries a designation SMAMS from Academy of Malaysia SMEs

Academic Assessor / External Examiner /Member of Board of Studies

1.      Diploma Architecture USM, (1999). Title: Qualification for Diploma Architecture USM Francaise Program with Taylor’s College, Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. (Academic Assessor)

2.      Diploma Architecture USM, (1999). Title: Qualification for Diploma Architecture USM Francaise Program with Institut Teknologi Pertama, Kuala Lumpur. (Academic Assessor)

3.      Diploma Architecture USM, (2002). Title: Qualification for Diploma Architecture USM Francaise Program with Petaling Jaya Community College (PJCC), Selangor. (Academic Assessor)

4.      Master of Architecture Programme, (2013), Department of Architecture, Kuliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Studies, International Islamic University Malaysia. (Member of Board of Studies)(pending)

Masters

1.      Ehsan Khoshsima, Masters (2010), Climate responsive design of residential buildings in Southern shores of Caspian Sea Region in Iran, University Malaya. (External Examiner))

2.      Honey Arjmandi, Masters (2011), Application of transparency to increase day lighting of interior space in the dwelling apartments in Tehran – a lesson from Iranian traditional architecture, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. (External Examiner)

3.      Alireza Mohammadi, Masters (2011), The introduction of balcony to the terrace houses of Malaysia and its effect on natural ventilation, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.(External Examiner)

4.      Ani Ruzanna, Masters (2012), Comparative studies of air velocity on thermal comfort performance between housing on land and water in Brunei Darussalam, International Islamic Universiti Malaysia. (External Examiner)

5.      Ibiyeye Aminat Idowu (2014), Maximizing passive ventilation in Malaysian residential buildings, Universiti Putra Malaysia (External Examiner)

6.      Lee Kah Yoong, (2014), Design attributes of an efficient suburban shopping center, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. (External Examiner)

7.      Mariam Aliou (2014), Green Building Construction and Sustainable Development in Malaysian Context, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (External Examiner)

8.      Metibogun Lesley (2014), Green Building Index Consultancies Acceptance Amongst Developers and Building Consultants in Residential Building Development, Universiti Putra Malaysia (External Examiner)

 

9.      Shakiba Bagheri (2014), Effectiveness of daylighting design from occupants viewpoint at university library, Universiti Putra Malaysia (External Examiner)

10.  Ali Mohammad AlShehri, (2014), Identification of housing units personalizability in Saudi Arabia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (External Examiner)

PhD

1.      Mohammed Ali A. Hussain, PhD. (2004), Dynamic Thermal Performance of Consultation Materials in the Design of a Terrace House in the Klang Valley, Malaysia for   satisfactory thermal comfort, University of Malaya. (External Examiner)

2.      Ahmad Ridzwan Othman, PhD. (2012), Towards Self Sustainable Atrium: Application of photovoltaic for cooling load reduction in top-lit atrium in Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi MARA. (External Examiner)

3.      Mansour Nikpour, PhD (2013), Heat gain and daylight Assessment in self Shading Office Buildings, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). (External Examiner)

4.      Julaida Kaliwon, (2015), The development of oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) Fibre Reinforced Concrete Slates as a Sustainable Roofing Material. Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM).(External Examiner)

    Masters

1.      Zaharudin Hj. Saaya, MSc (Engineering), (2002), Thermal comfort for concrete schools (PWD Standard) Kinta Area, Perak, USM. (Internal Examiner)

2.      Mohammed Salem Obaid Bakhlah, (MSc Building Technology) (2008), The effect of sunshade devices and insulation angle of the sun on indoor climate. USM. (mixed mode)(Internal Examiner)

3.      Muhammad Arkam Che Munaaim, (MSc Building Technology) (2010),  Kesedaran pengurusan dan pengguna institusi akademik kerajaan di Pulau Pinang terhadap perlaksanaan kecekepan tenaga, USM. (mixed mode).(Internal Examiner)

4.      Behrooz Raouf Hassanzadeh, (MSc Building Technology) (2010), The effect of green roofs on total building energy consumption, USM. (mixed mode)(Internal Examiner)

5.      Rani Prihatmanti, MSc (Interior Design), (2012), The indoor environmental quality (IEQ) in UNESCO Heritage Buildings, Georgetown, Penang, School of Housing, Building & Planning.(Internal Examiner)

PhDs

6.      Mansoor Mohammed Abdulla Binthabet, PhD, (2006), Thermal behaviour in the traditional courtyard houses in Yemen, School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia (Internal Examiner)

7.      Muazaz Y. Soud, PhD, (2011), The Requirements of an Ideal Township from the Perspective of Islamic Planning, School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia. (Internal Examiner0

8.      Salahudin Yasin Baper Al-Shwani, PhD, (2011), influence of modernity versus continuity of architectural identity on house facade in Erbil City, Iraq, School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia. (Internal Examiner0

9.      Bhakti Alamsyah, PhD (2012), Tipologi bentuk bina dan kaitannya dengan sosiobudaya tempatan (Kajian kes: Nias), School of Housing, Building & Planning. Internal Examiner)

10.  Eqbal Mohammed Ahmad Yousif Elmsaad, PhD, (2012), Effect of types and thickness of local evaporative cooling pads on cooling efficiency in greenhouse in Sudan, School of Housing, Building & Planning. (Internal Examiner).

11.  Hafedh Abed Yahya, PhD, (2015), Environmental Impact for Common Building Materials on Architectural Sustainability of Historical Mosques, School of Housing, Building & Planning. (Internal Examiner)

External Assessor for Promotion

1.      External Assessor for Dr. Abdul Razak Sapian, Department of Architecture, Assistant Professor from Kuliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia to be promoted to Associate Professor, 2011.

2.      External Assessor for Dr. Noor Anita Abdul Majid, Department of Architecture, Assistant Professor from Kuliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia to be promoted to Associate Professor, 2014.

Assessor / Professional Examiner

1.     Final presentation and assessment of Architecture Year 5, (2011), Gelari Jabatan Senibina, Fakulti Reka Bentuk dan Senibina, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

2.     Review Architectural Curriculum, Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mua’adzam Shah, Jitra, Kedah, 16 April 2015.

3.     Design Review for Bachelor of Science in Architecture, UiTM Seri Iskandar, Perak, 13 July 2015

Visiting Lecturer / Visiting Scientist / Visiting Fellow / Visiting Professor

(minimum appointment period of one month)

1.     Visiting Associate Professor, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, November 2007 to January 2008

Visiting Lecturer / Visiting Scientist / Visiting Fellow / Visiting Professor

(minimum appointment period of less than one month)

1.      Visiting Scientist, (2001), Japanese Society for the Promotion  of Science – Vice Chancellor Committee Program, Kyoto University, Japan,  7 – 13 October.

2.      Representing Professional Category, (2001) CETREE Study Tour, Denmark, 23 March – 2 April

3.      Local Consultant, (2001), CETREE, To design mobile exhibition unit –  study tour to Bangkok, Thailand 25 – 26 June

4.      USAINS Holdings Sdn Bhd Representative, (2003), To survey photovoltaic systems for procurement to be used at Pulau Singa Besar, Tokyo and Osaka, 2 – 15 January

5.      Visiting Scientist, (2005),The Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science – Vice Chancellor Committee Program, Kyoto University, Japan, 22 – 27 August.

6.      Visiting Scientist representing the Vice Chancellor for study tour on Science/Research Park in France, Finland and Sweden, (2008), 10 – 25 May.

7.      Visiting Lecturer, (2008), Faculty of Architecture, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 3-7 November.

8.      Visiting Scientist, (2008),  2nd Comprehensive Seminar for the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science – Vice Chancellor Committee Program, Kyoto University, Japan, 24 – 30 November.

9.      Visiting Consultant, (2011), International Sturgeon Research Institute : Energy Efficiency Aquaculture Systems Workshop, Rasht, Iran, 26 – 30 September, Sponsor: Iranian Fisheries Research Organization (IFRO)

Reviewing Articles in Academic Journals / Assessor of Working Papers / Reviewing

Books:

Academic Journals (International)

1.      Reviewed paper No BE161, (2008), “Rainwater harvesting: Potential for quality living” – 2nd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries.

2.      Reviewed paper No BE156, (2008), “Building energy efficiency in Japan: A benchmark for Mlaaysia in the development of renewable energy technology” – 2nd International Conference on Built Environmemt in Developing Countries.

3.      Reviewed paper No BE155, (2008), “Traditional Rainwater Harvesting Sysem : A Practical Approach,” – 2nd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries.

4.      Referee’s Paper No. BE183, (2008), Evaluation of New Building Construction Rules in Resect of Thermal Climate in Urban Canyons of a High Density Tropical City Dhaka, 3rd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 09), School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

5.      International Review Committee of CSAAR 2009, (2009), Sustainable Urban Development, Community Perception and Suburbs: A case study from Ramallah, Palestine, Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya, 3-5 November.

6.      International Review Committee of CSAAR 2009, (2009), Liveability and environmental comfort approach in urban renewal: a case study, Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya, 3-5 November.

7.      International Review Committee of CSAAR 2009, (2009), Sustainable tourism with Design in Alqueva Dam, Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya, 3-5 November.

8.      International Review Committee of CSAAR 2009, (2009), Creating a Sense of Unity to a Sustainable Future City, Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya, 3-5 November.

9.      International Review Committee of CSAAR 2009, (2009), Generating Pedestrian Precincts – a means of sustainable urban development in Dhaka City, Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Al-Fateh University, Tripoli, Libya, 3-5 November.

10.  A study for the possibilites of passive solar cooling design methods comparing the traditional ways available and innovative ones. INTA-SEGA 2009, (2009), Bridging Innovation, technology and Tradition: Holistic approaches to (rapid) sustainabe architecture and environment, Kasetsart University, 2-4 December.

11.  Celebrating rainwater disposal  - the Architectural potential of rain shedding. INTA-SEGA 2009, (2009), Bridging Innovation, technology and Tradition: Holistic approaches to (rapid) sustainabe architecture and environment, Kasetsart University, 2-4 December.

12.  Referee’s paper No PG196, (2009), “Effect of solar shading, fenestration and room geometry on offcie energy efficiency in hot humid tropic”, 3rd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 09),School of Housing, Building & Planning, University Sains Malaysia.

13.   Referee’s paper No CN208, (2009), “Assessment System for Rating Sustainable Housing Practices in Malaysia”, 3rd International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 09),School of Housing, Building & Planning, University Sains Malaysia.

14.  Towards Sustainability in Architecture, Paper Arch 019, (2010), International Conference Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2010, 3-4 March, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

15.  Harmonizing middle-class aspirations for low-carbon housing: contextual study of Mysore, India. Paper Arch 048, (2010), International Conference Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2010, 3-4 March, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

16.  Green Architecture in Khartoum, Paper AR059, (2010), International Conference Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2010, 3-4 December, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

17.  Urban planning and design approaches for energy conservation in low carbon middle east eco-cities, Paper AR044, (2010), International Conference Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2010, 3-4 December, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

18.  Social housing retrofit in temperate climates: Italian and Brazilian approaches and policies, (2012), 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto 28-31 May.

19.   Experimental investigation of the impact of room/system design on night cooling performance, (2012), 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto 28-31 May.

20.  Sensitivity of night cooling performance to/system design: surrogate models based on CFD, (2012), 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto 28-31 May.

21.  Double criterion optimisation of transparent facades accounting solar thermal processes, (2012) 5th International Building Physics Conference, Kyoto 28-31 May.

22.  Minimising Solar Insolation on High-Rise Building in Tropical Climate, (2006), Journal for Construction in Developing Countries

23.  Joe Clarke (Editor), (2009), Shading performance of a vertical deciduous climbing plant canopy, Building and Environment. (Impact factor 1.192) BAE-D-08-00944

24.  Ref No: BAE-D-09-00537, (2009),  Automated blind control to maximize the benefits of daylight in buildings, Building and Environment (Impact factor 1.192)

25.  Reviewed paper 019-08, (2010), Thermal aspects of building design in Saharan environment, International Journal for Construction in Developing Countries

26.  Reviewed paper JCDC-OA-08100039, (2010),  Why developing countries need a new environmental impact assessment tool for buildings. International Journal for Construction in Developing Countries

27.  Reviewed paper JBP-10-02, (2011), Towards new approaches for converting principles of vernacular architecture into energy efficient buildings in hot and dry climates. Journal of Building Performance.

28.  Review Paper JSSH-0418-2011, Determination of Solar Collector Orientation and Stack Height of a Solar Induced Ventilation Prototype in a hot Humid Climate, Pertanika Journals .(Indexed in Scopus)

29.  Review paper HJAFSR-12-004, (2012), Investigating in sound education: A recipe for food security and poverty reduction in Nigeria, Herald Journal of Agriculture and Food Science.

30.  Analyzing the architectureal design process of post-disaster houses, (2013), Energy and Environment Research (eer@ccsenet.org)

31.  Efficiency and environmental ceritification systems in buildings: a contrast between Brazil and Portugal, (2013), Energy and Environment Research (eer@ccsenet.org)

32.  Adaptive thermal comfort in the tropics: case study of Aceh tsunami museum, (2013), Aceh International Journal of Science and Technology (AIJST), Vol 2, No:3

33.  Pursuing Green Construction: An insight into motivating factors and devlopers’ expectation, (2014), Journal of Construction in Developing Countries

34.  Identifying barriers in implementation of green roof amongst public, (2014), 2nd International Conference on Innovation and Technology for Sustainable Built Environment 2014.

35.  The study of sustainable energy saving building design technique in civil engineering for Thailand, (2014), Journal of Construction in Developing Countries.

36.  Actualizing lean construction: Barriers towards the implementation (2014),

37.  A case study on workmanship issues and public hospital building defects, (2014)

38.  An analysis of tourism impacts on residents quality of life, (2014)

39.  Analysis of new waterproofing system for the PJ EPF building, (2014)

40.  Analysis of the interior design components in traditional courtyard houses in Irbid, Jordan, (2014)

41.  Analysis of the architectural elements in traditional courtyard houses in Irbid, Jordan, (2014)

42.  Standalone hybrid energy system for sustainable development in rural India, (2015), ENVI-D-14-00320, Environment, Development and Sustainability.

Academic Journals (National)

1.      Ati Rosemary, Thermal comfort and evaporative cooling of external walls in an equatorial climate.

2.      Dr. Sharifah Fairuz Syed Fadzil, Daylighting analysis and sunlight control for the built environment in the Malaysian skies – the KOMTAR case  study.

3.      Kazunori Harada, Tomoko Uno, Azusa Imai, Satoru Takada, Shuichi Hokoi, A Discussion on the Possibility of Reducing Cooling Load in Hot Climate.

4.      Nor Atiah & Ismail Said, Responsive Cultural Landscape of Malay Rural Residential Area: Case Study at Benut, Johor.

5.      Mohd. Rodzi Ismail, Possible increase of air-conditioning temperature after application of passive solar design elements as retrofitting in a building.

6.      Noor Hanita Abdul Majid, Outdoor thermal comfort measurement methods: Experiments at Urban Plaza at Kuala Lumpur.

7.      Ismail Said, Pluralism in terrace housing community through ethnic garden.

8.      Abdul Majid Ismail, Porosity effect in the prediction of wind-induced ventilation for the tropics.

9.      Hidehiko Nishimura, Masahiro Tsuji, Shuichi Hokoi and Toshiaki Nishioka, A survey on energy consumption and thermal environment and analysis of thermal environment in a densely populated urban area.

10.  Abdul Razak Sapian, Dr. N. Haliza Madros & Dr. Mohd. Hamdan Ahmad, Evaluation of thermal comfort performance in low-cost flats:Case study of Sri Perak flats, Kuala Lumpur.

11.  N. Haliza Madros, The lighting quality of houses in Johor Bahru.

12.  Zaidi Shahibullah Abdullah, Solar products and systems for energy efficient artificial lighting: Hotel owners and occupants responses.

Review Books

1.     (2010), Tempat Tinggal Dan Kualiti Hidup Masyarakat Di Bandar, UTHM Publisher.

Technical Assessor (per appointment):

National

1.      Azni Zain Ahmed (2002), Sustainable and     Environmental Quality Urban Housing for Occupant Health, SIRIM, 12 October,  Project Assessor for IRPA PR.

2.      Azni Zain Ahmed (2003), Indoor Air Quality Guidelines and Building Related Illnesses in Malaysia, SIRIM, Kuala Lumpur, 1 October.

3.      Prof Madya Ahmad Sanusi Hassan (2012), USM0002707, Stack Effect Ventilator (SEV) for indoor air temperature and quality of modern houses in Malaysia, Science Fund (Mosti), USM.

Member of a Panel Discussion / Forum:

1.      Archiweek 2009: ‘a’ Forum, 15 January 2009, E48B, USM, Theme: Ecotecture: How to implement the theory

2.      Expert Panel Workshop on MSc in Green Architecture, (2012) organized by Universiti Teknologi MARA, Perak, 31 January, Intekma Hotel and Resort, Shah Alam

Editorial Board (per appointment)(National):

1.      Editorial Board Member, Energy and Environmental Research journal, 2012 – current.

2.      Editorial Board, Journal of Housing, Building & Planning, 2003 – 2005

3.      Editorial Board,  Reka Bentuk Seni Bina, Portfolio Tahun 2004, ISBN:  983-41749-0-X

4.      Editorial Board, The Direction of Architectural Education in Malaysia, ISBN 978 983 3663 98 9

5.      Editor, Towards a Low-Energy Building Design for Tropical Malaysia

6.      Editor, The 3rd Annual International Conference Syiah Kuala University (AIC-UNSYIAH) in conjunction with The 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research (ICMR), Sciences and Engineering Chapter, AAC Dayan Dawood, Darulssalam – Banda Aceh, Indonesia, October 2-4 2013

Keynote Speaker (International)

1.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2013), Global Warming: Global Warning for Local Actions, The 3rd Annual International Conference Syiah Kuala University in conjunction with The 2nd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2013, October 2-4, 2013, Darussalam, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

2.    Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2013), Global warming influence on the fishing industry, Universitas Teuku Umar, Meulaboh, Aceh, Indonesia, 23 December 2013.

Keynote Speaker (National)

1.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2009), Global Warming: Global Warning for Global Solutions: Green Building Index, Seminar “Management in Construction Researchers Association (MiCRA) 2009 – Construction Innovation: Sustaining the Practice”. 9-10 June,  Dewan Kuliah A, Universiti Sains Malaysia.

2.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Rethinking the Building Design Approach to Achieve a Low-Carbon High Income Economy, First International Conference on Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design 2010 (1st ICSAUD’10) – Issues on Global Energy Crisis and Its Impact on Designs, Hotel Royal, Penang, 4 March.

3.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Rethinking living spaces for the next generation, Build Green, Live Green, RASTA, UiTM Perak, 10 September 2014

4.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014),Delivering sustainable design and Architectural innovation in tertiary education: a blue ocean strategy, Sustainable Design and Innovation in Architectural Context, Architecture Design National Seminar @ Port Dickson Polytechnic, 3 Nov. 2014, Dewan Kuliah 5, Jabatan Kejuruteraan Awam, Politeknik Port Dickson.

Invited Speaker (International)

1.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012),  Green Building and Green Building Index Malaysia, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 2012.

2.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2013), Benchmarking the Sustainability Environment for Buildings & Cities, Department of Urban Planning, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 26 November 2013.

Invited Speaker (National)

3.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2002), Energy Efficiency at UMNO Building, Penang, CETREE, UMNO, Conference Room, 31 July.

4.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2002), Solar Passive Building Design Elements at UMNO Building,Penang., CETREE, UMNO  Conference Room, 27 September.

5.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2003), Briefing for the Proposal of the Development of Pulau Singa Besar, Langkawi, Langkawi District Office, Meeting Room at District Office, 21 July.

6.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2004) , Low Energy Cooling Technology  for Malaysian Homes, an interactive and autograph session at Ikano  Power Center, Mutiara Damansara.

7.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2004), “Towards an Energy Efficient Building Design”, Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia, Mini auditorium Sabah Chapter Branch Office, Sabah (60 Architects participated). 25 September.

8.      Abdul Malik Abdul Rahman, (2004), Solar Electricity at Pulau Singa Besar: A Case Study, Renewable Energy for Island: “Tourism & Island’s Sustainability”, Awana Porto Malai, Langkawi

9.      Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), “Septi-Tiara”  – A quick solution for post-tsunami sanitation woes?” , Rebuilding A Safer Aceh Post-Tsunami : Sharing the Experiences of Asia, Suite 3701, 37th Floor, Petronas Twin Tower 1, Kuala Lumpur, (Together with Ir. Nik Fuaad Abllah), 15 March.

10.  (a) Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), Institut Kajian Sosio-Ekonomi & Alam Sekitar (SERI), Global warming and how we react to it, Program Penggalakan Sains & Teknologi Pulau Pinang 2005, Dewan SEAMEO- RECSAM, Pulau Pinang. 4 September. 

(b) Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), Institut Kajian Sosio-Ekonomi & Alam Sekitar (SERI), Initiatives to reduce heat islands in urban areas, Program Penggalakan Sains &  Teknologi Pulau Pinang 2005, Dewan SEAMEO-RECSAM, Pulau Pinang. 4 September

11.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005) , “Towards an Energy Efficient Building Design”, Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia, Conference room,  Sarawak Chapter Branch Office, Sarawak (70 Architects participated) 12 March.

12.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), “ Rumah KT & TD (The RE & EE House”, Bengkel Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Guru Sekolah Rintis Seluruh Malaysia, Ferringhi Beach Hotel, Pulau Pinang. 15-17 September

13.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia Headquarters, CPD seminar, “Redefining Tropical  Architecture – Cooling the building fabric and generating air movement”, Kuala Lumpur (150 Architects participated) 19 November

14.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2005), Institution of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM) Technical Evening Talk – Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (RE&EE) in buildings – Future directions in building design, IEM Conference Room, Bangunan Ingenieur, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. 21 December

15.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2006), Energy Efficiency – In Home Designs, Seminar cum Workshop, The need for energy efficiency & sustainability in urban homes, Laksamana Ballroom, Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya, Jointly organized by JPBD Semenanjung Malaysia, Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) and Center for Environment, Technology and Development (CETDEM) 9 August

16.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2007), Energy Efficiency, Bengkel Awal TD & KT pra Sekolah, Hotel Dorsett, Pulau Pinang, Organised by CETREE, MEWC & USM, 10 – 11 August.

17.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (2007), Enhancing HBP’s curriculum towards sustainability – a blueprint for HBP, Strategic Planning Workshop, City Bayview Hotel, Langkawi. 7-9 September.

18.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (2007), Introducing Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency into Design Base Built Environemnt Curriculum”,24 February 2007, Jerejak Resort & Spa, Pulau Pinang.

19.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2008), Energy Consumption for USM Health Center, USM Clinic Meeting Room. 29 May

20.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (2009), Possible Passive Design Approach to Qualify for Malaysian Green Building Index Rating, Green Malaysia Seminar, Gurney Hotel, Penang, Organized by Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia Northern Chapter (170 participants). 7 March.

21.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2009), Autonomous Eco Research Center, Architecture Studio Year 200 (RAS202) 5 January

22.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2009) : Sustainability activities between Malaysia and New Zealand, Full day seminar at Bilik Persidangan, School of Housing, Building & Planning. 2 April

23.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2009), Green Building Index (GBI), Lecture for Masters Planning students, HBP, 4 Ogos`

24.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2010), Green Building Index dan Pembangunan Industri, Anjuran Biro Korporat Dewan Perdagangan Islam Malaysia, Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur. 8 April.

25.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Invited Speaker (2011), Infusing Green Building Index Essentials into Architectural Curriculum of USM, organised by Malaysian Green Building Index Confederate (MGBC), Sime Darby Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur. 5 March 2011

26.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2012), Invited Speaker, Green Building, Majlis Perbandaran Seberang Perai, Pulau Pinang. 1 March

27.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (2012), Ceramah Kemasukan ke Pusat Pengajian Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan, Universiti Sains Malaysia, di Kolej Matrikulasi Negeri Sembilan, Kuala Pilah, 16 Disember 2012.

28.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman (2013), Green Building, di Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah (POLIMAS), Bandar Darulaman, Jitra, Kedah, 28 Mac 2013.

29.  Abdul Malek Adbul Rahman (2013), A One-Day Talk on “Striving to Own a Comfortable Green Home”, Housing Research Unit, Universiti Putra Malaysia :

Presentation 1: Introduction to the thermal comfort and what affects it

Presentation 2: Passive design elements in house design

Presentation 3: Research in a comfortable green dwelling unit

Presentation 4: Affordability vs green homes

30.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Invited Speaker, (2013), Green Low Cost Housing, GBI Update & New Tools and Affordable Green Building, organized by PAM Northern Chapter and Malaysian Green Building Confederation (MGBC), 20 September 2013, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Hall, Penang.

31.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2014), Vertical Agriculture, MADA Rice training Center (MRTC), Dewan Besar, Kompleks Latihan MADA, KM 4 Jalan Langgar, 05400, Alor Setar, Kedah Darul Aman, 14 Mei 2014 (107 orang).

32.  Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2015), Sustainable Architecture, Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mua’adzam Shah, Jitra, kedah, 16 April 2015. (.. missing...)

Awards for Innovation

1.      Mazran Ismail, Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, (2009) Hybrid Turbine Ventilator, Persidangan Kebangsaan IKS Bumiputera 2009,  11 March 2009, Jointly organized by MeCD and University Utara Malaysia.

Member in Professional / Academic Associations:

Exco Member (per appointment)

1.      Chairman, 2009-2011, Council of Heads of Architectural Schools (CoHAS)

2.      Exco member Council of Heads of Architecture Schools (COHAS), Jabatan Pengajian Tinggi, September 2011

Member (per society)

1.      Committee member (secretary) for seminar “Architectural Education : Past, Present and Future”, Jan 1989, Architectural &  Planning, USM. (...missing...)

2.      Member, 1986 – current, Board of Architects, Malaysia

3.      Corporate Member, 1986 – current, Malaysian Institute of Architects

4.      Corporate Member, 1995 – current, Malaysian Institute of Interior  Designers

5.      Member, 2009 – Academy of Malaysian SMEs

6.      Green Building Index Facilitator, 2011, Registered Number GF0468, Malaysian Green Building Confederation.

7.      Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia Sustainability Committee, 26 March 2009

Committee Member (Conference / Seminar / Workshop)

     

1.      Organising Chairman, (12 Nov 2001), Development of Passive Design & Technology in Tropical Climates, School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia

2.      Organising Chairman, Seminar on Integrated Energy Building Design, 22-23 October 2002, Conference Room Ministry of Works (PWD), Kuala Lumpur

3.      Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) Workshop Facilitator for School of Physics, University Sains Malaysia, Evergreen Laurel, Penang, 11-13 August 2004.

4.      Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for Healthy Campus, University Sains Malaysia, Paradise Hotel, Penang, 28 – 30 January 2005

5.      Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for School of Chemical Engineering,  University Sains Malaysia, Bukit  Merah Laketown Resort, Perak, 25 – 27 February 2005

6.      Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for Institut Perubatan & Pergigian Termaju, University Sains Malaysia,     Bukit Merah Laketown Resort, Perak, 25 – 27 March 2005

7.      Facilitator, Workshop on the Preparation of Energy Audit Module & Standard Format for Industrial Training, Grand Seasons Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, 3 – 5 May 2005.

8.      Facilitator, Assessment and Review the Effectiveness of Energy & Environment Course as a University Course, Paradise Sandy Beach Resort, Pulau Pinang, 14-16 June 2005

9.      Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for School of Housing, Building & Planning University Sains Malaysia,  Copthorne Hotel, Penang, 24 – 26 June 2005.

10.  Fasilitator, Bengkel Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Guru Sekolah Rintis Seluruh Malaysia, Ferringhi Beach Hotel, Pulau Pinang, 15-17 September 2005.

11.  Committee Member (2005), Kempen Bulan Kecekapan Tenaga Kampus Induk USM

12.  Logical Framework Analysis (LFA) Chief Facilitator for Penerbit USM, Hotel Paradise, Penang, 20 – 22 January 2006

13.  Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Trainer, Training of Trainers, Damai Laut Resort, 10-12 February 2006.

14.  Organizing Chairman, (2006), Energy Efficiency Month Campaign for USM Main Campus, Berita Kampus.

15.  Jury for Competition on Energy Efficiency in Universiti Sains Malaysia, USM Main Campus, 20 February 2006

16.  Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for Local Amenities, Stakeholders Workshop: Commercialization of Hajj Research, Grand Coral Hotel, Makkah, 28 - 30 May 2007.

17.  Committee Member, National Seminar on Hajj Best Practices Through Advances in Science & Technology , Dewan Budaya, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 28– 30 May 2007.

18.  Workshop organiser, Green Building Index Workshop, Conference Room Pulau Jerejak Tropical Island Resort & Spa, 23 May 2009

19.  Logical Framework Analysis (LFA), Workshop Facilitator for Pusat Kajian Samudera dan Pantai (CEMACS), 8-9 Okt ’09.

20.  Chairman for Breakout Session, MGBC-Universities Dialogue & GBI Essentials, Sime Darby Convention Center, 17 November 2011.

21.  International Scientific Committee, International Building and Infrastructure Technology Conference BITECH 2011, 7-8 June 2011, University Sains Malaysia.

22.  Chairman, MGBC-Universities Dialogue 2012, CETREE meeting room, EUREKA Building, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 30 June 2012.

23.  Committee Member for International Conference on Architectural Education Malaysia (ICAEM) 2012

24.  International Scientific Committee, International Building Physics Conference 2012, 5th International Building Physics Conference (IBPC, 2012), University of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan.

25.  Teaching staff, Short course for 6 Kazakhstan Masters students, 17 – 27 July 2012, Protection of The environment and alternative energy sources”, School of Housing, Building & Planning,USM.

26.  Jury, 7-9 Oktober 2013,  Innovation and Invention through Exhibition 2013 (iCompEx’13), Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah, Jitra, Kedah

27.  Jury, 25 March 2015, Innovation and Invention through Exhibition 2015 (iCompEx’15), Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah, Jitra, Kedah

28.  Penceramah Program ‘Postgraduate Research Workshop’ 2015, Writing from Good to Great: A Guide to Write a Thesis, School of Housing, Building & Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia

CONSULTANCY

Consultancy With Monetary Reward (University / School / Personal):

Principal Consultant(Service)

1.      Project Architect for renovation of USM Guest House, (2000-2002), Sponsor: Universiti Sains Malaysia, RM2 million, (Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Yeoh Oon Soon, Norizal Noordin, Abu Hassan), 18 months.

2.      Project Coordinator, (2003), Developing Singa Besar Island as a Eco Park at Langkawi, Sponsor: USAINS, PKNK and Perhilitan, RM5 million. Two years. (Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman).

Co Consultant (Service)

1.      Energy Auditing for University Hospital (Universiti Malaya) and Ministry of Finance, Sponsored by Ministry of Energy, Water & Communication, RM285,315.07, (Abdul Malek Abdul Rahman, Mohd. Rodzi Ismail, Faridah Ibrahim, Zainal Alimuddin), 3 months. March – May 2008

Consultation Without Monetary Rewards (with appointment letter / consultation report)

1.   New Proposal for Humanities Building, USM 1988.

2.   Proposal for interior rearrangement of office furniture for Human resource Office at Chancellory, USM, 1999.

3.   Renovation of USM Islamic  Center & Kindergarden, 23 June 1987. Designing the interior planning and extension.

4.   Member of Advisory Board for the Energy Efficient End Use technologies (ABEEEUT) 2003.

5.   USAINS representative for feasibility study for hotel development st Kompleks Karangkraf at Langkawi Island, 2003

6.   Chief Judge for CETREE (National),  Project competition on renewable energy and energy efficiency (RE & EE) for secondary schools in Malaysia, 18 September 2003.

7.   USAINS representative for visitation by Dato’ Mohd. Farouk Che Ibrahim, Pengarah Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri to Pulau Singa Besar, Langkawi, 2003

8.   CETREE’s design consultant, The design of the CETREE’s RE & EE Van, 2003.

9.   USAINS Representative for a working visit to Japan’s manufacturers and developers of photovoltaic system, 12 Jan – 15 Jan 2003

10.  USAINS representative for safety issues at Pulau Singa Besar, Langkawi Development Authority (LADA), 2004.

11.  Committee Member,(2004), Technical Committee on Ceramic Materials, SIRIM Berhad, Shah Alam

12.  Committee Member,(2005), Technical Committee on Ceramic Materials, SIRIM Berhad, Shah Alam

13.  USAINS consultant for solar electricity installation  at Pulau Singa Besar Jetty, Langkawi, 2005, Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri (MTPN) Office, Langkawi

14.  USAINS consultant for the design and build of the Pulau Singa Besar Visitors’ Center, Langkawi, 2005, Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri (MTPN) Office, Langkawi

15.  Judge, Pertandingan Teknologi Suria Sempena Karnival Sains & Teknologi Negeri Perak 2005, SMK Abdul Rahman Talib, Teluk Intan, 29 May 2005.

16.  The rooftop office on the new library building with a curved roof to accommodate solar panels. (2006) (Professor Kamarulazizi can vouch on this because no letter of appointement given). The curved roof was initially planned to be fixed with photovoltaic system.

17.  Consultant, Green Energy Project, (21 December 2009).Electrical & Electronic Engineering Faculty, Universiti Malaysia Pahang

18.  Responsible for organizing Memorandum of Understanding between Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia with USM, 19 June 2009. (No letter of appointment but own initiative as a member of PAM Sustainability Committee).

19.  Energy Consultant, Working visit to Science Parks in Brisbane, Australia together with Sanggar Sains@ USM, 14 – 22 November 2009

20.  Perlantikan Kepakaran – Bengkel Focus group for preparation of Management Plan for Lembah Lenggong as UNESCO National Heritage., 22-24 July 2010

21.  Pelantikan Sebagai Ahli Jawatankuasa Pakar Pendaftaran Warisan (Seni Bina) Jabatan Warisan Negara (2010 - 2011).

22.  Pelantikan Sebagai Ahli Jawatankuasa Pakar Pendaftaran Warisan (Seni Bina) Jabatan Warisan Negara. (2012 - 2013).- 17 April 2012.

23.  Pelantikan Sebagai Ahli Jawatankuasa Pakar Pendaftaran Warisan (Seni Bina) Jabatan Warisan Negara. (2014 - 2015).

24.  Pelantikan sebagai AJK Pakar dalam Program Inisiatif Libat Sama (PILS) Mahasiswa dan Pensyarah dari Insitusi Pengajian Tinggi Awam untuk Projek Rintis PILS, (2014).

25.  Pelantikan sebagai Panel Temuduga Bagi Program-Program Biasiswa yang ditawarkan di kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia Tahun 2014, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia

26.  Pakar Rujuk bagi Pembinaan Alat Bantu Mengajar Modul Kursus tenaga dan Persekitaran, Pusat Pendidikan dan Latihan Tenaga Boleh Baharu, Kecekapan Tenaga dan Teknologi Hijau (CETREE & GT) Universiti Sains Malaysia (2014).

27.  Pakar Rujuk, Jawatankuasa Perolehan Tanah, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia, 2014, Bilik Measyuara Al-Tabari KPM, Bahagian Pembangunan Malaysia Aras 1, Blok E2, Kompleks E, Putrajaya

28.  Ahli Jawatankuasa Penasihat Politeknik Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah (POLIMAS), 15 Okt 2014 – 15 Oktober 2016.

29.  Pelantikan sebagai Ahli Majlis Jawatan Kuasa Pakar, NBOS-PILS di Sektor Pendidikan Tinggi, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia (2015).

30.  Pakar Rujuk, Projek ‘Muzium Perubatan USM’ , PPSP bersama rakan libatsama dari Pusat Pengajian Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan (HBP), 13 Ogos 2015

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY

Administration (per appointment)

1.      Deputy Director of Center for Education, Training and Research in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (CETREE), 2001 – 2002

2.      Program Chairman, Architectural Program, School of Housing Building & Planning, March 2009 – December 2009.

3.    Program Chairman, Architectural Program, School of Housing Building & Planning, December 2009 – December 2012.

University Committee

1.      University Representative, “Guidelines for Energy Efficiency in Buildings”, Workshop, Malaysian Institute of Architects, 2000

2.      Chairman Professional Category, “Inception” Workshop, Petaling Jaya, 2000, CETREE

3.      Representative for group Leader, JSPS-VCC Group Leader Meeting: Environmental Science, Engineering & Ethics,  Langkawi 2001.

4.      Committee Member, Center for Education, Training and Research in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (CETREE), 2001 – 2002

5.      Committee Member USM Energy Management Consultancy , 14 October 2001

6.      Committee Member, Center for Education, Training and Research in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (CETREE), 2002 – 2005

7.      Vice Chairman, Project Competition for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE & EE) for Secondary Schools in Malaysia, 2003.

8.      Writing Workshop Committee, Draft Presentation on Environment, 2004.

9.      Committee member, USM Main Campus Energy Efficiency campaign, 1 month, 9 December 2005

10.  Committee Seminar for JSPS-VCC 2005, Social and Research State-of-the-Art and Future Issues fo the Environmental Science, Engineering & Ethics Groups”, 2005, Park Royal Hotel, penang.

11.  Pengerusi Jemaah Pemeriksa Tesis Pengajian Siswazah Universiti Sains Malaysia, Masters Student at Institute Post-Graduate Studies. 24 June 2009

12.  Group Leader 10, Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science – Vice Chancellor Committee (JSPS-VCC), 2008 – 2010

13.  University School Management Committee member, 1 january – 31 December 2012

14.  Ahli Program Urban Agrotecture USM, 1 Februari 2014 – 1 Februari 2015

15.  Ahli Jawatankuasa Pameran Agrotecture – Karnival Keusahawanan Universiti Sains Malaysia (USMEC) 2014. 11 Oktober 2013 – 17 April 2014

School Committee

1.      Committee, Architectural and Quantity Survey Terrminaology, 1988

2.      Mentor, Mentor- Mentee Committee, 2000

3.      Special Committee for Credit exemption, 1999-2000

4.      Committee member for management of HBP laboratories, 2000

5.      Committee Consultancy Brochure, 2001-2003.

6.      Panel Interviewer, Entrance to degree in Architecture, 29 April 2005

7.      Panel Interviewer, Entrance to degree in Architecture, 2006/07, 26-27 April 2006

8.      Panel Interviewer, Entrance to BSc in HBP (Arch), 9 March 2007

9.      Panel Interviewer, Entrance to B. Architecture, 14 April 2009,Sidang Akademik 2008/2009

10.  Judge, Tranx-Sculpture Module for 20th Architectural Workshop 2008

11.  Judge, Tranx-Paint Module for 20th Architectural Workshop 2008

12.  Chairman, Jawatankuasa Ruang & Studio, 1/1/2009 to 31/12/2010

13.  PanelTemuduga, (2009), Kemasukan Ke Program Sarjana Muda Senibina (B. Arch) Sidang Akademik 2009/2010.

14.  Committee Member, 1st  International Conference on Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2010.

15.  Panel Interviewer, Entrance to BArch, 10-11 May 2010

16.  Panel Interviewer, Temuduga Biasiswa Khas Tenaga Akademik IPTA (BKTA) Sesi Ambilan 2010, 31 Julai – 10 Ogos 2010 di Putrajaya International Convention Center, Putrajaya.

17.  Panel Interviewer, Temuduga Biasiswa Khas Tenaga Akademik IPTA (BKTA) Sesi Ambilan 2011, di Putrajaya International Convention Center, Putrajaya.

18.  Panel Interviewer, Program Ijazah Sarjana Muda Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan (Kepujian) Sidang Akademik 2011/2012. 25-26 April 2011 (Pulau Pinang) 29-30 April 2011/2012 (Sabah & Sarawak),

19.  Panel Interviewer, Program Ijazah Sarjana Muda Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan (Kepujian) Sidang Akademik 2012/2013. 2-3 May 2012.

20.  Panel Interviewer, Foreign Candidates for First Degree Program (Full Time), Academic Year 2012 -2013. 11 July 2012

21.  Ad Hoc Committee member for School’s  Plagiarism, 16 July 2012

22.  Ahli Majlis PP Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan, (2013)

23.  AJK Penyelidikan & Inovasi, Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan (2013)

24.  Panel Interviewer Kementerian Pendidikan Tinggi, for Post-Graduate Scholarship, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 24 Jun 2013.

25.  Panel interviewer Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Pelajaran, Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan, Putrajaya, 2-3 June 2014.

26.  Panel Interviewer Program Ijazah Sarjana Muda Perumahan, Bangunan & Perancangan (Kepujian), Sidang Akademik 2015/2016, 6-8 May 2015.

University Representative (Sports and Non-Academic Activities)

1.      University Golf Player for Inter-Varsity Competition 2001 at Saujana Golf and Country Club organized by University of Malaya 2001

2.      Representing USM for Inter-Varsity Golf Competition 2002 at Glenmarie and Kota Permai Golf resort organized by UiTM. 2-3 September 2002

3.      Representing USM for Golf Competition at Cinta Sayang Golf & Country Resort, Sg. Petani, Kedah, Networking Session 2012 with MOSTI, Sains & Inovasi, Industry and USM. 30 June 2012.

4.    Representing USM for Intervarsity Golf Competition 2013 at Danau and Saujana Impian Golf Resorts organized by Univeristi Kebangsaan Malaysia, 24-25 August 2013

5.    University of Humberside representative, interviewing students to go abroad to University of Humberside, 1995.

6.    Group Leader, Eco-Products International Fair 2005, IMPACT, Muang Thong Thani, Bangkok, Thailand

7.    Heads of Architectural Schools (CoHAS) working visit to Thammasat, Chulalongkorn and Silpakorn Universities, Thailand, 7-10 December 2009

8.      Designer for CETREE’s Logo, Nov. 2000, National, DANCED, Malaysia

9.      Personal Assistant to His Eminence the Supreme Cardinal of Colombia, Perdana Global Peace Forum, PWTC, Kuala Lumpur, 13-17december 2005.

10.  Working Group, National Energy Efficiency Master Plan (NEEMP) Study, 2nd Technical Working Group Workshop, Hotel Marriot Putrajaya, 24-25 January 2010.

11.  Village level, Organizing recycling campaign, treasurer, Golfview Apartment Islamic Committee Residents Association, 2001. (...missing...)

12.  District level, Cleaning up of beach at Pulau Singa Besar, 2005. Volunteers from USM students.

 

13.  Treasurer, Residents’ Association Golfview Apartments, 2008