Senior Lecturer

Ir. Ts. Dr. Salmaliza Salleh

Name Ir. Ts. Dr. Salmaliza Salleh
DesignationSenior Lecturer


PhD Engineering (University Of Malaya, 2018)

MSc Project Management (National University Of Singapore, 2006)

Bachelor (Hons) Civil Engineering (UiTM, 2004)

Diploma Civil Engineering (UiTM, 2001)


  1. Member, Board Of Engineers Malaysia (PE19028)
  2. Member, Institution Of Engineers Malaysia (23130)


Construction Management And Safety, Concrete Technology And Building Information Modelling (BIM)


  1. Payam Shafigh, Salmaliza Salleh, Hafez Ghafari & Hilmi Bin Mahmud (2018) Oil palm shell as an agricultural solid waste in artificial lightweight aggregate concrete, European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering, 22:2, 165-180, DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2016.1182084.
  2. R.S. Kartikeayan, S. Salmaliza, Y. Mohd Rashid, (2017). Building Information Modelling: Interoperability Issues. International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 5(5), 7-19.
  3. Joel Kennedy Yap Kien Fui, Salmaliza Salleh (2017). The effect of sea water in concrete mixing. 2nd International Conference on Structural,Mechanical and Materials Engineering(ICSMME 2017).
  4. Salmaliza Salleh and Umanee Dasan Dayananda (2016). Effect of Using Copper Slag as a Sand Replacement in Mortar. International Conference on Civil Engineering, Advanced Structures and Construction Management (ICCEASCM 2016), Kuala Lumpur.
  5. Salmaliza Salleh, J.Krishnabalan (2016). Incorporation of palm oil fuel ash (POFA) as a partial replacement of sand in lightweight concrete. International Conference on Applied Engineering, Materials and Mechanics (ICAEMM 2016).
  6. Rishanthi Tamil Selvan and Salmaliza Salleh (2016). Comparison of Properties between Pure & Spent Copper Slag Brick. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. ISBN-10: 3659847526. ISBN-13: 978-3659847523.
  7. Salmaliza Salleh, Muhammad Iklaas Fuzul (2016). Incorporation of Oil Palm Shell (OPS) for Lightweight Concrete Production. International Conference on Civil, Architectural, Structural and Constructional Engineering ICCASCE 2016).
  8. Salmaliza Salleh, Mok Yau How (2015). Investigation of shrinkage property of spent copper slag bricks. 2nd International Conference on Advanced Engineering Technology.
  9. Salmaliza, S. and Khalife, M. (2015). EVALUATION ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF SPENT COPPER SLAG SHORT COLUMN MASONRY. International Conference on Civil, Environmental and Medical Engineering (ICEME) New York, USA 5th June 2015.
  10. Salmaliza, S. and Sufyan A.R. (2015). STABILIZED AND SOLIDIFIED CALCIUM HYDROXIDE CONCRETE. International Journal of Advances in Mechanical and Civil Engineering. Vol 2, Issue 3.
  11. Salmaliza, S. and Roumani, M.A. (2014). Utilization of Timber Fibers Waste in Self-Healing Concrete. 2nd International Conference on Recent Trends and Innovation in Engineering and Technology (ICRTIET 2014) December 19-20. India.
  12. Salleh, SALMALIZA; Ghazaly, SHAABAN Md; Hilmi, MAHMUD; Rao, SURESH (2014) The Compressive Strength Of Flemish Bond Wall by Exploiting Spent Copper Slag From Shipyard Waste. Applied Mechanics & Materials; 2014, Vol. 700, p407.
  13. Salmaliza S., Kang H.S. J. , Shaaban M.G., Mahmud, H., and Looi, K.T. (2013). Production of Engineering Brick from Shipyard Repair Hazardous Waste. International Journal of Environmental Science and Development (IJESD).
  14. H.S. J. Kang, M.G. Shaaban, U.J. Alegaram, S. Salleh (2012). Compressive Strength Evaluation of Stabilized and Solidified Metal Waste from Shipyard. Proceeding of the 11th International Conference on Concrete Engineering and Technology.
  15. Salmaliza Salleh, Md Ghazaly Shaaban, Hilmi b. Mahmud and Jason Kang (2012). Compressive Strength of Cement- Based Solidification and Stabilisation of Metal Waste from Shipyard Repair. The 10th International PSU Engineering Conference (IPEC-10), May 14-15., Thailand.
  16. Salmaliza Salleh (2008). Waste To Wealth: Incinerated Municipal Solid Waste Ash. PROCEEDING KOLOKIUM 2007-2008 UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA PAHANG


  1. Principal Investigator
    SEGi Internal Fund RM29,000