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13th RISM INTERNATIONAL SURVEYING CONFERENCE 2021

13th RISM INTERNATIONAL SURVEYING CONFERENCE 2021

  USM PENANG : 13th ISCU 2021 Building Surveying Association (BSA) have sent 2 student's project papers to 13th RISM International Surveying Conference for Undergraduate 2021  Both papers won the awards: 1.POTENTIAL RESEARCH AWARD to Muhammad Aniq Fikri bin Jamaluddin (Supervisor: Dr. Siti Hamidah bt Husain) 2. SPECIAL MENTIONED PAPER to Nor Sharon Azirah bt Azlan Samudin (Supervisor: (Sr. Ts. Dr Md Azree Othuman Mydin) CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH STUDENTS AND SUPERVISORS  

USM ARCHITECTURE COURSE EARNED INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION FROM CABE

USM ARCHITECTURE COURSE EARNED INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION FROM CABE

USM PENANG, 6 November 2020 - The Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) School of Housing, Building and Planning (HBP) Dean, Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Abdul Naser Abdul Ghani, is happy to announce the continuation of its academic partner membership to CABE, or the Chartered Association of Building Engineers. According to Naser, CABE is a professional body for building engineers in the UK and several other countries like Australia, USA, Hong Kong, China and Singapore. “The institution was founded in 1925 as IAAS or the Incorporated Association of Architects and Surveyors in London, and later it became the Association of Building Engineers (ABE) in...

USM SWEEPS RM16,500 CASH PRIZES, WINNING A GRAND PRIZE AWARDS...

USM SWEEPS RM16,500 CASH PRIZES, WINNING A GRAND PRIZE AWARDS AND TWO OTHER AWARDS IN THE RETIREMENT- ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT DESIGN COMPETITION (RODDC) 2020!

  October, 13th 2020- Architecture USM sweeps RM16,500 in cash prizes being the top prize winners at the Retirement-Oriented Development Design Competition (RODDC) 2020!   Organized by UPM MyAging, Retirement Fund Incorporated (KWAP), and KWAP Real Estate (KWEST). This prestigious competition accumulates to the total prize reward of RM45,000. The competition has attracted more than 40 entries from various local and private institutions. Three of USM teams made it to the final top 10. The objectives of RODDC 2019 is to encourage future generations in demonstrating variations of architectural concept designs for an integrated retirement-oriented development of multi-generational model.   ...

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Jestin Nordin(Dr.)

School of HBP
USM 11800 Penang, Malaysia
Tel : 604-653 5019
Email : jestin.nordin@usm.my

PROFILE

Academic Qualifications 2015   Ph.D. in Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington,   New Zealand
2007   M.Sc. (Project Management), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM),  Penang, Malaysia
2003   Bachelor of Architecture, USM, Penang, Malaysia
2001   B.Sc. (Hons.) Housing, Building and Planning (Architecture),USM,Penang, Malaysia
 
     
Professional Membership 2003 - present Graduate Architect (AG/J 49), Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM)  
     
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RESEARCH

"Dr. Jestin is the keen person who is working on the role of architecture, architects, and other construction disciplines actors to tackle the issues of the impact of (natural) disasters on buildings and other structures in the built environment. He is the Lab Master (founder) of the Disaster Responsive Architecture Laboratoray@USM> (DRArchLab@USM)'

Click the link to visit the DRArch@USMhttp://drarchlab.blogspot.com/

 

"List of research grants received:"

Research grant (as Principal Investigator)
⦁ Universiti Sains Malaysia Short Term Grant. Minimizing Impact to Tsunami-Threatened Area in Northwestern Malaysia Coast Using Tsunami Responsive Architecture Strategy - A Case Study in Kuala Muda (project duration from December 2016 to Dec 2018) (Extended until 31st December 2019) Total Grant Awarded: RM19, 974.00.

Research grant (as Co-Investigator)
⦁ Faculty Strategic Research Grant (FRGS). Developing Modular Design Criteria for Post-Disaster Shelter in Malaysia (project duration from January 01st 2019, until December 31st 2020). Total Grant Awarded: RM73,800.00. [The Principal Investigator (PI) is Associate Professor Dr. Muna Hanim Abdul Samad].

 
   

 

 

SUPERVISION


PhD level (current)
(Main Supervisor)
⦁ Nik Syamsul Baharum Nik Bahari Shah (Oct. 2017 – present): Pendidikan Seni Bina – Penstrukturan Pembelajaran di Studio Dalam Mengembangkan Kreativiti Pelajar dan Penghasilan Kerja Yang Positif.
(Co-Supervisor)
⦁ Sherilly Maulana (2019 – present): Disaster Risk Assessment in Urban Morphology Framework to Enhance Resilience Factor.

Master of Architecture / Master of Science level (by Research) (current)
⦁ Zahardi Zaharin (Oct. 2017 – present): Research in Security Building - Value Added to Malaysia Police Stations Design.
 
Master of Architecture – LAM Part II (currently supervised)
⦁ Syafiqah Ramli: The Use of Signages, Display Panels, Building Layout Design and Colour in Bus Terminal to Improve Travellers’ Overall Wayfinding Experience (2018/19 – Master of Architecture)
⦁ James Than Yin Jie: Exploring Biomimicry Approaches in Earthquake Resistant Design (2018/19 – Master of Architecture)

Master of Architecture – LAM Part II (Graduated)
⦁ Samson, Wong Yuh Yao: The Passenger Choice of Behavior on Escalators and Stairs that Affect the Passenger Flow in Rail Transit Station (2017/18 – Master of Architecture)
⦁ Victor Phoo Chan Chuan: Architectural Spatial Layout that Affect the Wayfinding of Old Folks with Alzheimer (2017/18)
 
Bachelor of Architecture – LAM Part II (Graduated)
⦁ Mohd Hanif Mahamad Noor: Kajian Keberkesanan Pencahayaan Semulajadi di Dalam Bangunan Terhadap Atlet Elit di Pulau Pinang (2016/17 - Bachelor of Architecture)
⦁ Goh Hui Qin: The Evolution of Malaysia Airports Architecture – The Airport Terminal’s Design, Planning, & Future (2016/17 - Bachelor of Architecture)
⦁ Lim Ai Yin: Passive Cooling Strategies Using Water Based Techniques in the Tropics: A case study of Diamond Building, Putrajaya (2015/16 - Bachelor of Architecture)
 
   

 

PUBLICATION

1) Jestin Nordin, Andrew Charleson & Morten Gjerde (2018) - Tsunami Modelling Procedures to Refine Coastal Architectural Design Strategies at Kuala Muda. Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners, Volume 16, Issue 4 (2018) (Page 81–91).

2) Ruhizal Roosli, Jestin Nordin & Geoff O’Brien (2018) -The Evaluation of Community Participation in Post-Disaster Housing Reconstruction Projects in Malaysia. Journal Procedia Engineering, Volume 212, Elsevier (Page 667-674).

 
Chapters in Book:
⦁ Jestin Nordin, Fabricio Chicca, Jacqueline McIntosh, Yukiko Kuboshima, Tri Harso Karyono and Brenda Vale (2018) – Asia, Everyday Lifestyles and Sustainability – the environmental impact of doing the same things differently. Edited by Fabricio Chicca, Brenda Vale and Robert Vale. Published by Routledge, Oxon U.K. & New York U.S.A. ISBN: 978-1-138-69390-6 (pbk). (Page 35-62). (a Scopus-indexed publication).
⦁ Jestin Nordin & Andrew Charleson (2011) – Tsunami Responsive Architecture: The use of multi-grid coupled tsunami model programme to refine coastal architectural design strategies and decision making. Bracing Malaysia for a complicated world: A compilation of research by Malaysian postgraduates in New Zealand. Edited by Wan Rafaei Abdul Rahman and Siti Maimon Kamso. Published by Professor Dato' Dr. Wan Rafaei Abdul Rahman, and Victoria University Foundation, Wellington. ISBN 978-0-475-12388-6. (Page 145-163).
⦁ Jestin Nordin & Andrew Charleson (2009) - Tsunami Responsive Architecture: Reducing Vulnerability of houses and other structures along the northwestern coast Of Malaysia. The 3rd South China Sea Tsunami Workshop, November 2009, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.
⦁ Zahardi Zaharin, Jestin Nordin & Ku Azhar Ku Hassan (2017) - Indikasi keperluan penambahbaikan rekabentuk senibina bangunan keselamatan di Malaysia: kajian kes ke atas balai-balai polis di negeri Johor, Selangor, dan Pulau Pinang. Proceedings. The 9th Social Sciences Postgraduate International Seminar (SSPIS 2017), 29th November 2017, Sains@USM Bukit Jambul, Penang, Malaysia.
 
Conference Proceedings:
⦁ Zahardi Zaharin, Jestin Nordin & Ku Azhar Ku Hassan (2017) - Indikasi keperluan penambahbaikan rekabentuk senibina bangunan keselamatan di Malaysia: kajian kes ke atas balai-balai polis di negeri Johor, Selangor, dan Pulau Pinang. Proceedings. The 9th Social Sciences Postgraduate International Seminar (SSPIS 2017), 29th November 2017, Sains@USM Bukit Jambul, Penang, Malaysia.
⦁ Liong Lee Yee, Jestin Nordin, Yasser Arab, & Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2017) - Tanjung Api and Lumpur, Kuantan: A Study on Kevin Lynch’s Urban Design Elements. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2017 (ICWSAUD2017), George Town, Penang, Malaysia. (ISBN: 978-967-5471-394).
⦁ Adele Tio Yan Ni, Jestin Nordin, Yasser Arab, & Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2017) – A Study on Mental Mapping of Loke Yew-Pudu Area, Kuala Lumpur. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2017 (ICWSAUD2017), George Town, Penang, Malaysia. (ISBN: 978-967-5471-394).
⦁ Irene Ng Wei Yong, Jestin Nordin, Yasser Arab, & Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2017) – Urban Design Elements Analysis of Bandar Sri Enstek, Selangor. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2017 (ICWSAUD2017), George Town, Penang, Malaysia. (ISBN: 978-967-5471-394).
⦁ Oscar Lee Han Lin, Jestin Nordin, Yasser Arab, & Ahmad Sanusi Hassan, Muna Hanim Abdul Samad (2017) –Element of Paths, Edges, Nodes, Districts and Landmarks in Fishing Village Waterfront, Georgetown, Penang. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Architecture & Urban Design 2017 (ICWSAUD2017), George Town, Penang, Malaysia. (ISBN: 978-967-5471-394).
⦁ Jestin Nordin & Andrew Charleson (2009) - Tsunami Responsive Architecture: Sustainability of the houses and inhabited structures along the coastal of Malaysia. Proceedings. The 4th Annual International Workshop & Expo on Sumatra Tsunami Disaster & Recovery, November 2009, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
⦁ Jestin Nordin & Andrew Charleson (2009) - Tsunami Responsive Architecture: Reducing Vulnerability of houses and other structures along the northwestern coast Of Malaysia. Proceedings. The 3rd South China Sea Tsunami Workshop, November 2009, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.
 
Other Publications (Articles in Bulletin, Poster Papers, Monograph, Research Report, Thesis etc.):
⦁ Muhammad Adam Che Yusof & Jestin Nordin (Accepted for Press, 2019) – Architectural Composition of British Colonial Era Schools at World Heritage Site, Melaka, Malaysia. Short-term Program of Innovative Asia:Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan.
⦁ Muhammad Hafiz Abd Razak & Jestin Nordin (2018) – Conserving Historical Godown Buildings Using Adaptive-Reuse Method: A Case Study in George Town, Penang, Malaysia. Current State and Challenges of Urban Heritage in Asia 2. Environmental Design Global Hub Annual Report, Vol. 1, 03.2017 – 03.2018. Published by EGHUB, Faculty of Design, Kyushu University of Japan. (Page 22-24).
⦁ Jestin Nordin - Architecture: Sustainability Caring With Love (2015). The Bulletin HBP Echo 2015, Issue 1, March 2015, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia.