Associate Lecturer

Sharyzee Mohmad Shukri

NameSharyzee Mohmad Shukri
DesignationAssociate Lecturer

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION :

Master Sustainable Urban Design

Bachelor Architecture

BSc Housing, Building & Planning (Major in Architecture)

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION :

N/A

RESEARCH AREA :

Vernacular Architecture, Urban Design & History, Malay Townscape & Urbanism

PUBLICATION LIST :

  1. WOS/ISI: Identity of Malay Royal Town in Alor Setar, Kedah. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN 2020)
  2. WOS/ISI: The Role of Physical Environment in Characterizing the Identity of Malay Royal Town in Alor Setar, Kedah. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN 2020)
  3. WOS/ISI: The Role of Attachment in Creating Sense of Place for Traditional Streets in Alor Setar, Kedah. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN 2020)
  4. WOS/ISI: The Architectural Influences on Alor Setar Historical buildings, Kedah, Malaysia. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN 2020)
  5. SCOPUS: Revealing Malay Royal Town Identity: Seri Menanti, Negeri Sembilan. PLANNING MALAYSIA: Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IN 2020)
  6. SCOPUS: The Origin of the Malay Royal Town Concept of Urban Form. Journal of TEST Engineering & Manageement, (2019) 1004-1013
  7. SCOPUS: Street Geometry and River Width as Design Factors to Improve Thermal Comfort in Melaka City Journal of Advanced Research in Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Sciences 58, Issue 1 (2019) 15-22
  8. SCOPUS: Definition and Physical Attributes That Characterize Settings of Malay Royal Towns in Malaysia. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Volume 7, No 3.9 (2018) (Special Issue 9): 55-58
  9. SCOPUS: The Morphology of Early Towns in Malay Peninsula. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Volume 7, No 3.9 (2018) (Special Issue 9):77-80
  10. SCOPUS: Reweaving the Urban Fabric of the Historic Riverfront Townscape of Masjid India, Kuala Lumpur. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Volume 7, No 3.9 (2018) (Special Issue 9):81-85
  11. SCOPUS: Preserving and Conserving Malay Royal Towns Identity in Malaysia The Journal of Social Sciences Research, Academic Research Publishing Group (2018), pages 852-860:6
  12. SCOPUS: Regenerating Pudu Marketplace and Urban Identity. PLANNING MALAYSIA: Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners Volume 16 Issue 1 (2018), Page 183 – 192.

GRANTS RECEIVED :

  1. National Research Grants Scheme FRGS – A Framework on Identity and Physical Characteristics of Malay Royal Town in Malaysia (Project Leader)
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