Dr Daniel Looi is currently a lecturer and discipline leader for the civil engineering programme at Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak campus, Malaysia. He is a Chartered Professional Engineer (structural) of Engineers Australia, a member of the Earthquake Committee of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia and a working group member for Eurocode 1 and 8 National Annex. Daniel has published research works in seismic engineering, concrete mechanics, modular buildings, and fastening technologies. He is the recipient of the HKIE Outstanding Paper Award for Young Researcher/Engineer in 2015. In his earlier career, Daniel worked as a structural application engineer in a multinational company, specialised in structural analysis and design computation for buildings and plants. He was trained by the late Ir. MC Hee in his early career as a structural engineer. He is an alumnus of the Civil Engineering Department, University of Malaya and The University of Hong Kong.
Potential research higher degree candidates are welcome to enquire about postgraduate opportunities in the following areas/ projects:
Please contact Dr. Daniel Looi for more information on the above topic.
|Name||Degree||Area of Research||Start year||Role|
|Robert Lim Zi Chao||PhD (Swinburne Sarawak)||Modular buildings||2019||Co-supervisor|
|Nazmus Sakib||Master (UKM)||Fibre reinforced mortar for precast construction||2020||Co-supervisor|