dr. minhaz farid ahmed

pensyarah universiti

institut alam sekitar & pembangunan (lestari)

 minhaz@ukm.edu.my

No. Telefon Rasmi :  0389213894

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UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :


  • Dr Minhaz Farid Ahmed is a University Lecturer at the Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (The National University of Malaysia- UKM). Dr Minhaz’s research interests are on Water Education; Management, Communication and Collaboration (WEMC²), which is in line with the aspirations of the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) concept and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including through a disaster risk reduction (DRR) approach for ecological systems’ management. Dr Minhaz is also interested in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation research, namely access to safe water supply and migration due to climate change, including his previous involvement in several United Nations-sponsored research projects. Among the projects are, AP-FAST (Acceleration of Science and Technology in the Asia Pacific Region); MUCP (UNESCO Malaysia Cooperation Program) in Malaysia and the Asia Pacific Regional Area; as well as the Malaysian National Water Sector Transformation Research Program (WST2040) by the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) and the Malaysian Academy of Sciences (ASM). These are all being planned to support the IWRM implementation agenda for the sake of Sustainable Development for the nation and country, with Dr Minhaz acting as Head of special module development for government officials. Dr Minhaz is also recognized by the Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI), Kyoto University, Japan and was invited as a panellist and special speaker at the 5th GADRI Global Summit: Engaging Sciences with Action (2021), also invited by UNESCO Jakarta in SETI Science Policy Forum fully funded by UNESCO in Davao, Philippines (2018); was also invited by the International Lake Environment Committee (ILEC) at the 17th International Conference on the World’s Major Lakes fully funded by the Organizer, in Ibaraki, Japan (2018). Dr. Minhaz is also a member of the LESTARI promotion and exhibition committee; and is Associate Editor of IJCCSM under Emerald Publisher.

  • nursuhaila amzah, nuriah abd majid, siti norsakinah selamat, sharifah zarina syed zakaria,muhammad rizal razman, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2022).  persepsi masyarakat bandar mengenai vaksin covid-19 di daerah melaka tengah, malaysia.  - geografia-malaysian journal of society and space.  118-137. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, nuriah abd majid.  (2022).  identification of water pollution sources for better langat river basin management in malaysia.  - water.  1-22. 

     

    nur farah hani salleh, abdul hafidz yusoff, chang shen chang, noor fazliani shoparwe, teo pao ter, azwan mat lazim, khairul anam zakaria, minhaz farid ahmed, reasmey tan.  (2022).  distribution of selected minerals and heavy metals in the surface sediments from kelantan river off tumpat, tanah merah and kuala krai area.  - international conference on bioengineering and technology (iconbet2021) aip conference proceedings.  1-8. 

     

    abdul hafidz yusoff, nur alia aqira halib, chang shen chang, noor fazliani shoparwe, teo pao ter, fakhruddin afif fauzi, reasmey tan, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2022).  accumulation of heavy metals in core sediments from kelantan river near to kuala krai area as indicator of river pollution.  - international conference on bioengineering and technology (iconbet2021).  1-7. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, anthony wong kim hooi, khai ern lee.  (2021).  leadership roles for sustainable development: the case of a malaysian green hotel.  - sustainability.  1-27. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, nuriah abd majid.  (2022).  identification of water pollution sources for better langat river basin management in malaysia.  - water.  1-22. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, anthony wong kim hooi, khai ern lee.  (2021).  leadership roles for sustainable development: the case of a malaysian green hotel.  - sustainability.  1-27. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, chen kim lim, mazlin mokhtar, rd. puteri khairani khirotdin.  (2021).  predicting arsenic (as) exposure on human health for better management of drinking water sources.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-14. 

     

    mustafa rehman khan, haseeb ur rehman khan, chen kim lim, kian lam tan, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2021).  sustainable tourism policy, destination management and sustainable tourism development: a moderated-mediation model.  - sustainability.  1-22. 

     

    nursuhaila amzah, nuriah abd majid, siti norsakinah selamat, sharifah zarina syed zakaria,muhammad rizal razman, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2022).  persepsi masyarakat bandar mengenai vaksin covid-19 di daerah melaka tengah, malaysia.  - geografia-malaysian journal of society and space.  118-137. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, nuriah abd majid.  (2022).  identification of water pollution sources for better langat river basin management in malaysia.  - water.  1-22. 

     

    mustafa rehman khan, haseeb ur rehman khan, chen kim lim, kian lam tan, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2021).  sustainable tourism policy, destination management and sustainable tourism development: a moderated-mediation model.  - sustainability.  1-22. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar, chen kim lim, anthony wong kim hooi, khai ern lee.  (2021).  leadership roles for sustainable development: the case of a malaysian green hotel.  - sustainability.  1-27. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, chen kim lim, mazlin mokhtar, rd. puteri khairani khirotdin.  (2021).  predicting arsenic (as) exposure on human health for better management of drinking water sources.  - international journal of environmental research and public health.  1-14. 

     

    abdul hafidz yusoff, nur alia aqira halib, chang shen chang, noor fazliani shoparwe, teo pao ter, fakhruddin afif fauzi, reasmey tan, minhaz farid ahmed.  (2022).  accumulation of heavy metals in core sediments from kelantan river near to kuala krai area as indicator of river pollution.  - international conference on bioengineering and technology (iconbet2021).  1-7. 

     

    nur farah hani salleh, abdul hafidz yusoff, chang shen chang, noor fazliani shoparwe, teo pao ter, azwan mat lazim, khairul anam zakaria, minhaz farid ahmed, reasmey tan.  (2022).  distribution of selected minerals and heavy metals in the surface sediments from kelantan river off tumpat, tanah merah and kuala krai area.  - international conference on bioengineering and technology (iconbet2021) aip conference proceedings.  1-8. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar.  (2021).  capacity building of local government via training for disaster risk reduction.  - 5th global summit of gadri: engaging sciences with action; 31st august to 1st september 2021. global alliance of disaster research institutes (gadri), kyoto, japan.  1. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed, mazlin mokhtar.  (2021).  capacity building of multi stakeholders for disaster risk reduction: some experiences from malaysia.  - 5th global summit of gadri: engaging sciences with action; 31st august to 1st september 2021. global alliance of disaster research institutes (gadri), kyoto, japan.  1-26. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed.  (2021).  mangrove degradation: causes and consequences.  - 1st research summer camp- future use and protection of coasts by rostock international house, universitt rostock, germany.  1-3. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed.  (2021).  effective leadership roles of local government to strengthen the transboundary aquifer governance in malaysia.  - 2nd international conference isarm2021.  239. 

     

    minhaz farid ahmed; mazlin bin mokhtar.  (2021).  capacity building of multi-stakeholders for integrated water resources management: some experiences from malaysia.  - international virtual forum on integrated water resource management: challenges and opportunities.  1-26.