dr. shahla asadi

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian teknologi & pengurusan perisian (softam)

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :


  • I previously worked as a Postdoctoral-Fellow at the faculty of computer science and information technology, University Putra Malaya. I received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in information technology management and information systems from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in 2013 and 2017, respectively. I obtained the best postgraduate Ph.D. Student Award in the faculty of computing in October 2017. Besides, I have received several prestigious awards such as the best paper award at the Applied Informatics International Conference (AiIC2019), Best Poster in the 12th Postgraduate Annual Research Seminar (Pars2016). Moreover, I was awarded for excellent (Grade B1) achievement in the Ph.D. thesis (2017). I have published several articles in an internationally top tier ranked journals and in international conferences. My research interests lie in Green Information Technology, Big data, the Internet of Things, Individual and Organizational Behavior, and Information Systems Management. I am also an Active Member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS).

  • mehrbakhsh nilashi, shahla asadi, rabab ali abumalloh, sarminah samad, fahad ghabban, eko supriyanto, reem osman.  (2021).  sustainability performance assessment using self-organizing maps (som) and classification and ensembles of regression trees (cart).  - sustainability.  1-24. 

     

    mehrbakhsh nilashi, shahla asadi,behrouz minaei bidgoli, rabab ali abumalloh, sarminah samad, fahad ghabban, ali ahani.  (2021).  recommendation agents and information sharing through social media for coronavirus outbreak.  - telematics and informatics.  1-13. 

     

    shahla asadi, mehrbakhsh nilashi, sarminahsamad, parveen fatemeh rupani, hesam kamyab, rusliabdullah.  (2021).  a proposed adoption model for green it in manufacturing industries.  - journal of cleaner production.  1-16. 

     

    yousef a. m. qasem, rusli abdullah, yusmadi yah jusoh, rodziah atan, shahla asadi.  (2021).  analyzing continuance of cloud computing in higher education institutions: should we stay, or should we go?.  - sustainability.  1-37. 

     

    simataheri, shahlaasadi, mehrbakhsh nilashi, rababali, nawaf m.a. ghabban, salma yasminmohd yusuf, ekosupriyanto, sarminah samad.  (2021).  a literature review on beneficial role of vitamins and trace elements: evidence from published clinical studies.  - journal of trace elements in medicine and biology.  1-13. 

     

    mehrbakhsh nilashi, shahla asadi, rabab ali abumalloh, sarminah samad, fahad ghabban, eko supriyanto, reem osman.  (2021).  sustainability performance assessment using self-organizing maps (som) and classification and ensembles of regression trees (cart).  - sustainability.  1-24. 

     

    shahla asadi, mehrbakhsh nilashi, sarminahsamad, parveen fatemeh rupani, hesam kamyab, rusliabdullah.  (2021).  a proposed adoption model for green it in manufacturing industries.  - journal of cleaner production.  1-16. 

     

    mehrbakhsh nilashi, shahla asadi,behrouz minaei bidgoli, rabab ali abumalloh, sarminah samad, fahad ghabban, ali ahani.  (2021).  recommendation agents and information sharing through social media for coronavirus outbreak.  - telematics and informatics.  1-13. 

     

    simataheri, shahlaasadi, mehrbakhsh nilashi, rababali, nawaf m.a. ghabban, salma yasminmohd yusuf, ekosupriyanto, sarminah samad.  (2021).  a literature review on beneficial role of vitamins and trace elements: evidence from published clinical studies.  - journal of trace elements in medicine and biology.  1-13. 

     

    yousef a. m. qasem, rusli abdullah, yusmadi yah jusoh, rodziah atan, shahla asadi.  (2021).  analyzing continuance of cloud computing in higher education institutions: should we stay, or should we go?.  - sustainability.  1-37. 

     

    parveen fatemeh rupani , mehrbakhsh nilashi, rabab ali abumalloh, shahla asadi, sarminah samad, shiyun wang.  (2020).  coronavirus pandemic (covid-19) and its natural environmental impacts.  - international journal of environmental science and technology.  4655-4666.