Academic Staff

Mohd Sayuti Hassan, PhD

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B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science, USM
Master, Transport Tourism, USM 
Ph.D., Sustainable Tourism, UKM

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About

Dr. Mohd Sayuti Hassan is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Sustainability Studies (CGSS), Universiti Sains Malaysia. Graduated with B. Sc in Computer Science from Universiti Sains Malaysia. He holds a Master’s Degree in Transport Tourism, from Universiti Sains Malaysia and PhD in Sustainability Tourism from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. As a Lecturer and Researcher at the CGSS, he helped develop the Sustainability Center to contribute through education for sustainable development, scientific assessment, policy research and capacity-building to the efforts of resolving pressing problems that is confronting the Malaysian society and the global community today and the future. He also have a solid understanding of software development life cycle processes including requirements gathering, analysis and design, development tools and technologies, release andversion control, contemporary testing methodologies and deployment management. Experience with software project planning and management including web application development projects, and software development process improvement.

Expertise

1. Sustainable Tourism

2. Transportation

3. Software Project Planning

Publication

 

Research

1. Governance for Disaster Risk Reduction: Integrated Governance Approaches to Flood Disaster Management in Malaysia Using Risk Reduction Tools Leading to Sustainability Development; FRGS Ministry of Higer Education; April 2015-March 2016; FRGS Ministry of Higher Education.

2. Melestarikan Pengangkutan Awam di Kawasan Eko-Pelancongan; USM Short-term Grant; March 2015 - February 2016.

3. Development of two Tsunami Public Education and Awareness Rising materials (booklet and/or poster and/or leaflet); 2017; UNESCO.

Teaching

1. WSU101 (Sustainability: Issues, Challenges and Prospects)