Taylor’s will invest more than 130 million over 5 years on research and enterprise
in external research funds
have chosen Taylor's to fulfill their research aspiration
>232 PhD Qualified Staff and growing every year
Solving problems through a multidisciplinary team
Taylor’s Flagship Research Programmes are multidisciplinary projects creates identifiable solutions and impacts that makes a difference towards the society.
For Associate Professor Dr. Kandappan Balasubramanian from Taylor’s School of Hospitality, Tourism & Events, technology has always taken centre stage in his classes where he even won the Exemplary Meritorious Academic Staff (EMAS) Award in the year 2015 for his teaching innovation and was also selected as one of the Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE).
If you’re looking to know more about unmanned aerial systems or drones, Dr. Phang Swee King, Senior Lecturer of Taylor’s School of Computer Science & Engineering, is your go-to guru. Dr. Phang shares about his journey in robotics including his research project on indoor flying drones!
Over the years of being in the architecture field, Associate Professor Dr. Ng Foong Peng, Head of Taylor’s School of Architecture, Building and Design, has conducted many different projects spread over different areas of interests. But if there’s one thing that remains consistent and holds everything together — the concept of place.
With 10 years of being a journalist, Associate Professor Dr. Roslina Abdul Latif shares about her projects, research on COVID-19 and journey from being a journalist to an academician.
For Dr. Sothees Somasundram from Taylor’s School of Management & Marketing, the ability to research, produce publications, and to increase the opportunity to talk about important issues, like the Lenggong Valley, is a pivotal way to make a change in our society.
For Associate Professor Dr. Chang Yun Fah, from Taylor’s School of Accounting & Finance, becoming an applied statistician stemmed from his background in Arts and Social Science as well as his love for Maths.
Receiving the Hind Rattan Award (Jewel of India) in 2020 for her contribution in the field of Public Health Completing her MBBS and M.D. in Public Health, Dr. Sapna Shridhar shares with us why mental health must be prioritised among the urban poor and the role of doctors in educating themselves about the people around them.
Completing his Bachelors in Biomedical Sciences and later pursuing his PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology, the Rising Star Award recipient Dr. Foo shares his journey heading into this field and the game-changing research he’s currently undertaking.
Have you ever dreamed about changing the way things are done after experiencing it firsthand? For Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin, it started with a thought while she was studying Property Law in Year 2 of her Bachelor of Laws at the University of Tasmania. With the thought lingering on even until after completing her pupilage, starting her career in academia was natural.
With over 20 years of experience in academia, Dr. Noor Zaman shares how his love for teaching and his different research projects in technology, the Internet-of-Things (IoT), and cyber security can serve the different groups in our community.
Dr. Rokhshad’s journey started upon completing her undergraduate in Computer Software Engineering with a thesis in application of map guides for tourists. The focus on tourism then led her to join a Cultural and Heritage Organisation in Iran as Head of Informatics.
Senior Lecturer from the School of Architecture, Building, and Design, Dr. Keith Tan Kay Hin, explores the importance of our identity and heritage represented in architectural monuments in his research.
For Dr. Noorhayati binti Saad, her dream was to build a career in design. Now, her dream has definitely become a reality! With roughly 30 years of being immersed in the world of design, she’s now a member of the Malaysia Design Society, Malaysia Design Council (MRM), the Design Thinking Association of Malaysia, and the Asia Digital Art and Design Association Japan.
Dr. Tamara Joan Duraisingam, Senior Lecturer from the Taylor’s Law School, has dedicated most of her career researching statelessness, refugees, and migration in Malaysia. She shares with us her journey of going into this field of research and her expert opinion on how we can help our stateless brothers and sisters.