Zulkarnain Hassan, Dr.

Academic Qualifications:
Degree Year Title
Ph.D. 2016 Doctor of Philosophy (Civil Engineering), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).
M.Eng. 2012 Master of Engineering (Civil-Hydrology and Water Resources), UTM.
B. Eng. 2010 Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), UTM
Current Professional Membership:
  • Member of Malaysian Hydrological Society (2014 – present)
  • Graduate Engineering of Board of Engineering Malaysia (2013 – present)
  • Member of The International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAH) (2013 – present)
Current Teaching and Administrative Responsibilities:
  1. EAT252/4 Fluid Mechanics Engineering
  2. EAT259/3 Hydraulics
  3. EAT238/3 Hydrology
  4. EAT476/3 Urban Stormwater Management
  5. EAT461/2 Final Year Project 1
  6. EAT462/4 Final Year Project 2
  7. EAT451/4 Integrated Design Project
Previous Employment:
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Selected Publications

  1. Zulkarnain Hassan (2020). An Integration Based Optimization Approach (ABC and PSO) for Parameter Estimation in BLRP Model for Disaggregating Daily Rainfall. Pertanika J. Sci. & Technol., 28 (1), 385-402 (SCOPUS)
  2. Zulkarnain Hassan., Supiah Shamsudin and Sobri Harun (2015). Choosing a fitted distribution model for rainfall event characteristics based on 6H-IETD within Peninsular Malaysia. Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering), 75 (1), 145–157 (SCOPUS)
  3. Zulkarnain Hassan., Supiah Shamsudin, Sobri Harun, Marlinda Abdul Malek, and Nuramidah Hamidon (2015). Suitability of ANN applied as a hydrological model coupled with statistical downscaling model: A case study in the northern area of Peninsular Malaysia. Environmental Earth Sciences, 74(1), 463-477. (WOS)
  4. Zulkarnain Hassan., Supiah Shamsudin and Sobri Harun (2014) Minimum input variances for modelling rainfall-runoff using ANN. Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering), 69(3), 113-118. (SCOPUS)
  5. Zulkarnain Hassan., Supiah Shamsudin and Sobri Harun (2014). Application of SDSM and LARS-WG for simulating and downscaling of rainfall and temperature. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 116(1-2), 243–257. (WOS)
Consultancy:

List of Research Grants:

1. A new approach of coupled hydrologic-hydrodynamic and climate change modelling in simulating flood hazard risk.
Fund: Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) 2019, Ministry of Education Malaysia.
Period: 1st Sep 2019- 1st Sep 2021 (2 Years)
Value: RM74,700
Responsible: Leader

2. A Climate Change study to Enhanced the Optimum Future Reservoir Performance with the aid of Artificial Intelligence
Fund: Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) 2019, Ministry of Education Malaysia.
Period: 1st Sep 2019- 1st Sep 2021 (2 Years)
Value: RM89,000
Responsible: Member (Leader of the grand, Dr. Nuramidah Binti Hamidon - UTHM)

3. Research and Development on Hydrodynamic Modelling of Flood Mitigation.
Fund: UniMAP Short-Term Grant
Period: 19 Dec 2016 - 18 Dec 2017
Value: RM 20,000
Responsible: Team Member (Head of the grant, Dr. Wan Mohd Sabki Wan Omar - UniMAP)

List of Industrial Consultation:
1. Projek tebatan banjir Sg. Jelutong Diversion (Bawah Tanah) di Jalan Tengku, Persimpangan Jalan Jelutong dan Solok Perak, Jelutong, Daerah Timur Laut, Pulau Pinang 2019.
Description: Flood modelling & mapping using Rational Method & HEC-RAS
Period: 2019
Value: -
Responsible: Hydraulic Modeller
Status: Completed

2. Kajian pelan induk tebatan banjir & peta hazard banjir lembangan Sungai Perak, Perak (First Phase)
Description: Development of design flood using hydrological modelling (HEC-HMS)
Period: 2018
Value: -
Responsible: Hydraulic Modeller

3. Source Identification and Modelling of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in Sg Muda Catchment, Kedah.
Fund: Kulim Technology Park Corporation Sdn.Bhd. (KTPC)
Period: 1st January 2016 - 31 December 2017
Value: RM241,000
Responsible: Team Member (Leader of the grant, Dr. Haqi - UniMAP)

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