(6) 07 55 30003 b-hamdan@utm.my

Publication

Research Publications/Seminar Papers

Book:

  1. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi, Design Principles of Atrium Buildings in the Tropics, Penerbit Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 2000. ISBN 983-52-0180-3

Book Chapters:

  1. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Yaik Wah Lim, Syed Iskandar Ariffin, University-industry Research Collaboration on Development of Green Mosque Design (Page 105), Towards the Future of Asia: My Proposal; Best Papers of the 1st Asia Future Conference 2013, ISBN 978-4-902928-12-9
  2. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Syed Ahmad Iskandar, ‘Sustainability in Built Environment I’ (Page 200) published December 2012,ISBN: 978-983-2466-10-9
  3. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Research Method in Atrium Daylight Design, in Methodology in Architectural Research. (Page 1-14) Editors: Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Remaz Dilshan Ossen and Khairul Anwar Mohamad Khaidzir. Penerbit UTM, 2008. ISBN 978-983-52-0592-7
  4. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. Use of Computational Fluid Dynamic Simulation in Solar Induced Ventilation Strategies in Methodology in Architectural Research. (Page 80-112) Editors: Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Remaz Dilshan Ossen and Khairul Anwar Mohamad Khaidzir. Penerbit UTM, 2008. ISBN 978-983-52-0592-7
  5. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Measuring Indoor Thermal Environment in Traditional Bangladesh House. in Methodology in Architectural Research. (Page 162-179) Editors: Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Remaz Dilshan Ossen and Khairul Anwar Mohamad Khaidzir. Penerbit UTM, 2008. ISBN 978-983-52-0592-7
  6. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Students Perspective on Sustainable Tropical Architectural Ideas, in Alternative – A Design Folio, Editor: Syed Ahmad Iskandar Syed Ariffin, Penerbit UTM 2008. ISBN 978-983-52-0480-7
  7. Chia Sok Ling, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Impact of Solar Radiation on High Rise Built Form in Tropical Climate In Energy in Buildings – Sustainable Symbiosis, Editors: Azni Zain-Ahmad, Samirah Abdul Rahman and Sulaiman Shaari, University Publication Centre (UPENA), UiTM 2006. ISBN 967-958-206-X
  8. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Nor Haliza Madros, Impact of Solar Shading Geometry on Building Energy Use in Hot Humid Climates with Special Reference to Malaysia In Energy in Buildings – Sustainable Symbiosis, Editors: Azni Zain-Ahmad, Samirah Abdul Rahman and Sulaiman Shaari, University Publication Centre (UPENA), UiTM 2006. ISBN 967-958-206-X
  9. Rumana RashidMo and Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad. “The passive cooling Effect of Green Roof in High-rise Residential Building in Malaysia”. Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, Vol-I, PP 271-282

International Journal:

  1. Mohd Zamani Ahmad, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Nur Hanani Ahmad Azlan, Asmawi Abdul Malik, Ahmad Faizal Ahmad Fuad, Journal of Manufacturing, Standard Specifications For Design Concepts Of Megafloats Forlong Term Habitation, Vol. 2, pages 374-378, February 2015
  2. Lim Yaik Wah, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Journal of Indoor And Built Environment, The Effects Of Direct Sunlight On Light Shelf Performance Under Tropical Sky, Vol. 24, Issue 6, Pages 788-802, October 2015, ISBN 1420326X
  3. Adeb Qaid Ahmed Al-Ameri, Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Ismail bin Said, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Elmira Jamei, Norhashima Abd Manaf, Journal of Theoretical And Applied Climatology, Urban Surface Temperature Behaviour And Heat Island Effect In A Tropical Planned City, Issue 3-4, Vol. 119, Pages 493-514, February 2015 , ISBN 0177798X
  4. Alkali Ibrahim AbuBakar, Ismail bin Said, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Aminu Umar, Journal of Technology, Configuring A Family Friendly Inpatient Setting, November 2015, Vol. 77, pages 1-6, ISBN 21803722
  5. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Malsiah Hamid, Leng Pau Chung, Effective Solar Chimney Cross Section Ventilation Performance In Malaysia Terraced House, Journal Procedia Social And Behavioral Sciences, November 2015, pages 276-289, ISSN 18770428
  6. Mohd Zamani Ahmad, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Nur Hanani Ahmad Azlan, Liveability And Sustainability Based Framework And Process Models For Engineering System Design, Narotama International Conference On Civil Engineering 2015, November 2015, pages 15-21, ISSN 9786027243729
  7. Lim Yaik Wah, Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Developing A Bim-Based Process-Driven Decision-Making Framework For Sustainable Building Envelope Design In The Tropics, International Conference On Building Information Modelling (BIM) In Design, Construction And Operations, September 2015, pages 531-542, ISBN 1743-3509
  8. Yaik-Wah Lim; Mohd Zin Kandar; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; Dilshan Remaz Ossen; Aminatuzuhariah Megat Abdullah, Building façade design for daylighting quality in typical government office building, Building and Environment. 2012;57:194-204
  9. Yaik-Wah Lim; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; Dilshan Remaz Ossen Internal shading for efficient tropical daylighting in Malaysian contemporary high-rise open plan office Indoor and Built Environment. 2013;22(6):932-951
  10. H.B. Lamit; A. Shafaghat; M.Z. Abd. Majid; A. Keyvanfar; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; T.A. Malik; Rosli Bin Zin; Mohammadreza Yadollahi Application of the Path Walkability Index (Pawdex) model: A case study of retail walking pattern recognition in Taman University Skudai, Johor, Malaysia Advanced Science Letters. 2013;19(10):3021-3024
  11. H. Lamit; A. Shafaghat; M.Z.Abd Majid; A. Keyvanfar; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; T.A. Malik Grounded group decision making (GGDM) model Advanced Science Letters. 2013;19(10):3077-3080
  12. H.B. Lamit; A. Shafaghat; M.Z. Abd. Majid; A. Keyvanfar; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; T.A. Malik The Path Walkability Index (PAWDEX) model: To measure built environment variables influencing residents’ walking behavior Advanced Science Letters. 2013;19(10):3017-3020
  13. Clement Oluwole Folorunso; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. Parameters for building materials specifications in lagos, Nigeria SAGE Open. 2013;3(3):1-5
  14. Clement Oluwole Folorunso; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. Performance and resistance of paint used as exterior finish in salt laden environment Structural Survey. 2013;31(3):214-224
  15. Asal Kamani-Fard; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad; Dilshan Remaz Ossen Sense of home place in participatory post-disaster reconstruction Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management. 2013;15(1)
  16. Adeb Qaid Ahmed; Dilshan Remaz Ossen; Elmira Jamei; Norhashima Abd Manaf; Ismail Said; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad Urban surface temperature behaviour and heat island effect in a tropical planned city Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 2014:1-22
  17. Clement Oluwole Folorunso; Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, One city; two conditions: Exigent parameters for paint performance in Lagos, Nigeria Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials. 2014;61(1):10-19
  18. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Nor Haliza Madros (2005). “Optimum Overhang Geometry for Building Energy Saving in Tropical Climate.” Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, Vol.4 no.2 November, 2005/570: pp. 563-570
  19. Agung Murti Nugroho, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, (2006) The Preliminary Study of Thermal Comfort in Malaysia’s Single Storey Terraced House, Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering
  20. Dilshan Remaz Ossen and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, (2006) Effect of Overhang Geometry on Work Plane Illuminance and Solar Heat Gain Pattern for Office Building Energy Saving in Tropical Climate. Built Environment, ITS Surabaya, Indonesia. Vol. 5, No. 2, October 2006: pp. 111-125, ISSN 1412-937X
  21. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, (2006) “The Development of Vertical Solar Chimney Prototype for Stack Ventilation in Malaysia’s Single Storey Terraced House”. Built Environment, ITS Surabaya, Indonesia. Vol. 5, No. 2, October2006: pp. 77-96, ISSN 1412-937X
  22. Chia Sok Ling, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, (2007) The Effect of Geometric Shape and Building Orientation on Minimising Solar Insolation on High-Rise Buildings in Tropical Climate, Journal of Construction and Housing in Developing Countries, Page 27-38, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2007. Penerbit USM. ISSN: 1823-6499 e-ISSN: 1985-8329
  23. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, (2008) Thermal Performance of Contemporary House in the City of Dhaka, DIMENSI (Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur), Vol 36, No 2 The Institute of Research & Community Outreach – Petra Christian University
  24. Yaik-Wah Lim, Mohd. Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Empirical Validation of Daylight Simulation Tool with Physical Model Measurement American Journal of Applied Sciences 7 (10): 1426-1431, 2010 ISSN 1546-9239 © 2010 Science Publications
  25. Asal Kamani Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan Remaz Ossen. Cultural Identity Expressions through Visual Analysis in Post-Disaster Housing, American Journal of Applied Sciences 7 (10): 1412-1419, 2010 ISSN 1546-9239 © 2010 Science Publications
  26. Asal Kamani Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, “Sense of Home Place in Participatory Post-Disaster Reconstruction”, Submitted to the “Journal of Applied Social Psychology”, Wiley-Blackwell. (Impact Factor: 0.772 and in Review Process)

National Journal:

  1. Moradi, Behrang, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Islamic Thoughts and Individuals’ Actions in the Built Environment, ISSN: 2232-0474, December 2014, Vol. 4 Issue 2
  2. Lim Yaik Wah, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad & Dilshan Remaz Ossen Review On Measuring Tools For Energy Efficient Solar Shading Strategies In Tropical Climate Jurnal Alam Bina, page 33-42, Jilid 14, No. 5, 2008 ISSN 1511-1369
  3. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Roshida Abdul Majid and Agung Murti Nugroho, Thermal Performance of Prototype Malaysian Traditional Timber House, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 10: No 01-2008. ISSN 1511-1369
  4. Doris Toe Hooi Chyee, Tetsu Kubota, Supian Ahmad and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, A Field Experiment on the Cooling Effect of Night Ventilation in Malaysia Terraced Houses, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 09: No 04-2007. ISSN 1511-1369
  5. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad Project Review: Public Parks Planning and Design as Contribution from Multidiscipline Fields in Built Environment, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 08: Page 40 – 46, No 02-2006. ISSN 1511-1369
  6. Then Jit Hiung and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Possibility of Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for Urban Canyon Studies in Tropical Climate, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 08: page 1-14, No 02-2006. ISSN 1511-1369
  7. Then Jit Hiung and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Possibility of Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for Urban Canyon Studies in Tropical Climate, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 08: page 1-14, No 02-2006. ISSN 1511-1369
  8. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Possibility to Use Solar Chimney to Improve Stack Ventilation in Tropical Climate, Jurnal Alam Bina Page 1-22, Jilid 08: 01-2006. ISSN 1511-1369
  9. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Dilemma in Daylighting Design in Malaysia, Page 72-85, Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 01 no 02 November 1998. ISSN 1511-1369

International Seminar Papers:

  1. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Zainul Hakim Mohd Zain and Fawazul Khair Ibrahim, Low-Cost Tourism Industry in Tioman Island and Cherating Village, International Tourism Seminar, Ming Court Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, 1991
  2. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Keynote Speech: Vision 2020 – Implication to Architectural Profession and Education, Back to Basic for the Future, First Malaysian Architecture Students in UK Congress, Malaysia Hall, Bryanston Square, London (1994)
  3. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Peter Wood, Unresponsive Environment as a Consequence of Urbanisation : Case Studies in South East Asia with Particular Reference to Malaysia, IAPS 13, International Association for People-Environment Studies Manchester (13-15th July 1994) Manchester (1994)
  4. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Peter Wood, Atrium Buildings in Malaysia – Development and Equatorial Adaptation, Manchester (1994)
  5. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Peter Wood, Climatic Response and Architectural Form : Atrium Buildings in Malaysia – Weak Adaptation?, East-West Centre, University of Hawaii, Hawaii (1995)
  6. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Peter Wood, Atrium Buildings – International Developments and Regional Adaptations – the Malaysian Experience, Manchester (1996)
  7. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Najib Ibrahim, The Impact of External Sun-shading Devices on Daylighting Performance of Sidelit Tropical Atrium (8-11 June 1999), World Renewable Energy Congress ’99, Mines Resort, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  8. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi, Liberalization of the Idea of ‘Practising Architecture’: Diversification of Fields in Architecture and Their Implications on UTM’s Curriculum, Architecture Amidst Asian Renaisance, Asia Pacific Property and Architecture Convention APPAC 98, 2-4 April 1998, Putra World Trade Centre, Malaysia
  9. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Najib Ibrahim, A Comparative Study on The Performance of Side-lit Atria and Top-lit Atria in Hot Humid Tropic Malaysia, (October 13-16, 1997) Proceedings LUX PACIFICA ’97 (3rd Pacific Basin Lighting Congress), Nagoya Congress Centre, Nagoya, Japan. (also published in Jurnal Alam Bina Jilid 02 no 01 Mei 1999)
  10. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Zainul Hakim Mohd Zain, Remote Offshore Islands: Eco-Tourism Potential and Development Strategies. The Regional Conference on Hydrology and Environment of Small Islands, Tioman Island Berjaya Resort, 29-31 May 2000
  11. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Ecological Design: The Must, The Extra and The Unnecessary for the Tropics. Proceeding Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture SENVAR2000, ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya, Indonesia, 23-24 October 2000 (Key Note Speaker)
  12. Malsiah Hamid, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Gurupiah Mursib, Prediction of Airflow Pattern in a Typical Classroom of Standard School in Malaysia, Proceeding Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture SENVAR2000, ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya, Indonesia, 23-24 October 2000
  13. Abdul Razak Sapian, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and NorHaliza Madros, Potential of Wind Driven in Generating Natural Ventilation in Multi Storey Residential Buildings in Malaysian Urban Tropical Climate, Proceeding Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture SENVAR2000, ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya, Indonesia, 23-24 October 2000
  14. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Atrium as New Urban Form : In(Appropriate) Tropical Atria, Proceeding Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture SENVAR2001, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia, 20-21 Julai 2001(Key Note Speaker)
  15. Aminatuzuhariah Megat Abdullah and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, The Operational Sustainability in Urban Projects – Case Study : Commonwealth Games Facilities in Manchester, Proceeding Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture SENVAR2001, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia, 20-21 Julai 2001
  16. Abdul Razak Sapian, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and NorHaliza Madros, Evaluation of Thermal Comfort Performance in Low Cost Flats: Case Study of Sri Perak Flats, Kuala Lumpur. Proceeding of Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science – Vice Chancellor Committee (JSPS-VCC) Seminar on Development of Passive Solar Design and Technology in Tropical Climates, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, 12 November 2001
  17. Malsiah Hamid, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Gurupiah Mursib, Post Evaluation Study on Naturally Ventilated Classroom in Standard School Design in Malaysia Using CFD. The Third International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR3) 9-10 March 2002, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  18. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Nor Haliza Madros (2002). “Impact of Solar Shading Devices on Direct and Diffuse Solar Radiation and on Building Energy Consumption under Tropical Climate.” International Seminar of Architecture: Overcoming Constraints. Dhaka, Bangladesh: BUET. June 12 & 13
  19. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Improvement Strategy For Achieving Desired Temperature Within Jewel House Transparent Shelter Under Tropical Sun Condition: A Design Experience, International Seminar On Sustainable Environmental Architecture IV ‘Architecture Under The Sun’ SENVAR4, Architecture Department, Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia, 15-16 Ocktober, 2003. Pp.153-159, ISBN: 979-8398-66-1
  20. Remaz Dilshan Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Nor Haliza Madros, Energy Efficient Solar Shading System for Tropical Climate. International Seminar On Sustainable Environmental Architecture IV ‘Architecture Under The Sun’ SENVAR4, Architecture Department, Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia, 15-16 Ocktober, 2003. Pp.120-128, ISBN: 979-8398-66-1
  21. Dilshan Remaz Ossen and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. “Environmental Consideration in Traditional House Design in Sri Lanka.” International Seminar on Sustainable Environmental Architecture (SENVAR5) ‘Making Sense: The Tropical Experience’, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, December 10-12, 2004. Pp. ISBN 983-42496-0-8
  22. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, The Green House Syndromes and the Use of Simple Environmental Features to Achieved Desired Indoor Climate, International Conference on Sustainable and Low Energy Architecture, JSPS and UIAM, December 2004
  23. Agung Moortie Nugroho, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Md Rajeh Salleh, Hong Lim Foo, and Dilshan R Ossen, Towards Development of Tropical Solar Architecture: The Use of Solar Chimney as Stack Induced Ventilation Strategy, World Renewable Energy Regional Congress and Exhibition 17-21 April 2005, Jakarta, Indonesia
  24. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Can Climatic Response Become an Essential Lingua Franca for Malay Architecture? International Seminar Malay Architecture as Lingua Franca, June 22-23, 2005, Trisakti University, Jakarta, Indonesia. pp. 348-352. ISBN 979-99726-0-4
  25. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Students Perspective on Sustainable Tropical Architectural Ideas, The 6th International Seminar on Sustainable Environment and Architecture (SENVARVI) 19-20 September 2005 Department of Architecture, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
  26. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Possibility to use Solar Induced Ventilation Strategies in Tropical Conditions by Computational Fluid dynamic Simulation, The 6th International Seminar on Sustainable Environment and Architecture (SENVARVI) 19-20 September 2005 Department of Architecture, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
  27. Agung Murti Nugroho, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Malsiah Hamid, Natural Ventilation Performance of Standard School Design in Malaysia, The 2nd International Network for Tropical Architecture Conference, Christian Wacana University, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, April 3-5, 2006
  28. Agung Murti Nugroho, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Then Jit Hiung, Evaluation of Parametrics for the Development of Vertical Solar Chimney Ventilation in Hot and Humid Climate, The 2nd International Network for Tropical Architecture Conference, Christian Wacana University, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, April 3-5, 2006
  29. Chia Shok Ling, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Minimising Solar Insolation on High-Rise Building in Tropical Climate, Bung Hatta University, Padang, Indonesia, June 2006
  30. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Thermal Ventilation Performance of Malaysia‘s Single Storey Terrace House, Postgraduate Conference, UTM, 2006
  31. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Dilshan Remaz Ossen and Agung Murti Nugroho, Rethinking Tourist Development and Conservation of Coastal Mangrove Ecology as Part of Architectural Landmark for Southernmost Tip of Asian Continent, The 7th SENVAR (International Seminar on Sustainable Architecture), 20th-21st November 2006, Hasanuddin University, Tamalnrea Campus, Makassar, Indonesia
  32. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, The Optimum Solar Chimney Geometry for Stack Ventilation in Malaysian Condition, The 7th SENVAR (International Seminar on Sustainable Architecture), 20th-21st November 2006, Hasanuddin University, Tamalnrea Campus, Makassar, Indonesia
  33. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, (2007). Thermal performance by the Traditional Roof Section in Bangladesh 8th Senvar & 2nd Malay Architecture Conference, Sustainability in Rain, Sun and Wind, 23rd -24th,August, 2007,Surabaya, Indonesia
  34. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen,, (2007). Traditional House of Bangladesh : Typology of House According to Material and Location, Virtual Conference on Sustainable Architectural Design and Urban Planning, Asia Sustainability Net.upc.edu., 15th -24th ,September, 2007
  35. Toe, D. H. C., Kubota, T., Ahmad, S., and Ahmad, M. H. (2007). Assessment of Thermal Comfort in Malaysian Terraced Houses under Night-Ventilated Condition. Proceedings of the International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries. [CD-Rom]. 3-4 December. Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia
  36. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Mohd Zin Kandar, Hong Lim Foo and Agung Murti Nugroho, Sustainable Orang Asli Resettlement House in Hard-Core Poor Development Program, International Symposium Architecture, Urbanization & Development: Towards Sustainable Cities in Nusantara, Hotel Sibayak International, Brastagi, North Sumatera, 14 May 2008
  37. Kubota, T., Toe, D. H. C., Ahmad, S., and Ahmad, M. H. (2008). Night Ventilation for Malaysian Terraced Houses: Passive Cooling Methods for Reducing Air-Conditioning in the Tropics. Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of South East Asian Technical University Consortium (SEATUC). 26-27 February. Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
  38. Agung Murti Nugroho, Dilshan Remaz Ossen and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, (2008). Tropical Opening Design Principles for Comfortable Indoor Environment, SENVAR + ISESEE 2008, UiTM Shah Alam Selangor
  39. Lim Yaik Wah, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Dilshan Remaz Ossen, (2008). Review on Solar Shading Strategies and Measuring Tools for Building Energy Efficiency in Tropical Climate, SENVAR + ISESEE 2008, UiTM Shah Alam Selangor
  40. Jiih Kui Lam, Dilshan Remaz Ossen and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, (2008). Effect of Urban Geometry on Solar Insolation Threat in JSNAC (Pilot Study). SENVAR + ISESEE 2008, UiTM Shah Alam Selangor
  41. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Roshida Abd Majid and Agung Murti Nugroho, (2008). Thermal Performance of Prototype Malaysian Traditional Timber House, SENVAR + ISESEE 2008, UiTM Shah Alam Selangor
  42. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Understanding Climate and Appropriate Building Envelope Design: The Lost Art? SUCOMB UKM, Boulevard Hotel, Mid Valley, Kuala Lumpur 12 October 2009
  43. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Traditional House’s form is manifestation of the regional heritage of the Bangladesh, 1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 – 27 October 2009
  44. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Sustainable Green Vehicle rickshaw at urban to rural areas in the Bangladesh, 1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 – 27 October 2009
  45. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Ecological design in dence urban context for comfortable lifestyle in Bangladesh, Case study was done in dense Dhaka city.1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 –27 October 2009
  46. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Thermal behavior’s of the Rooftop Garden in Malaysia.1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 –27 October 2009
  47. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Sustainable rooftop garden is mitigating theUrban Heat Island (UHI) effect in dense urban area in Malaysia . Case study was done at UTMSkudai, Johor in Malaysia. 1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 –27 October 2009
  48. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Sustainable Adaptation is done by green landscape design in the Bangladesh Traditional House.1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 –27 October 2009
  49. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) The Bangladesh Traditional House Social Sustainability Adaptation.” Case study on different regions of Bangladesh1st CONVEEESH & 10th SENVAR: Menado, Indonesia 26 –27 October 2009
  50. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009). The passive cooling Effect of Green Roof in High-rise Residential Building in Malaysia. Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, CSAAR, Tripoli, Libya 3-6 November, 2009
  51. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Upper Space Plays a Vital Role for Sustainable Bangladesh Traditional House in Natural Climate. Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, CSAAR, Tripoli, Libya 3-6 November, 2009
  52. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Green Influence on the building’s level of comfort and wellbeing of urban residents and sustainability. Sustainable Architecture and Urban Development, CSAAR, Tripoli, Libya 3-6 November, 2009
  53. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Significant and Efficient Features of The Bangladesh Traditional House, iNTA-SAGA, Bangkok, Thailand, 2-4 December 2009
  54. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Rooftop Garden and Greening of Contemporary Modern Building in Bangladesh at the Context of Dense Dhaka CityiNTA-SAGA, Bangkok, Thailand, 2-4 December 2009
  55. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2009) Bangladesh Traditional House is an Energy Saving ArchitectureiNTA-SAGA, Bangkok, Thailand, 2-4 December 2009
  56. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2010) Thermal Comfort of Bangladesh Traditional House in A High Density Environment with the Worst Surroundings Condition in Dhaka City: A case studies at a Bangladesh Traditional House at Gulshan in Dhaka City . Conference on Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment. CAPSKU, Saudi Arabia 3-6 Jan, 2010
  57. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2010) Thermal Performance of Rooftop Greenery system in Tropical Climate of Malaysia. A case study at a 10 storied building R.C.C flat rooftop at UTM, Johor Bahru , Malaysia. Conference on Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment. CAPSKU Saudi Arabia 3-6 Jan, 2010
  58. Rumana Rashid and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad (2010) The Comparison between The Thermal Performance of a Contemporary House and Traditional House in the Dense Dhaka City in Bangladesh: A field study was conducted at Dhaka city in Bangladesh. Conference on Technology and Sustainability in the Built Environment. CAPSKU Saudi Arabia 3-6 Jan, 2010
  59. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, Md. Sayem Khan, “Natural Green Application technology on Building in Dense Dhaka City is provide a sustainable, energy saving, comfortable and healthy environment”. Annual Asian Business Research Conference , BIAM Dhaka Bangladesh, 1-2 January 2010. www.wbiconpro.com
  60. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, “Rooftop landscape can change the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect in Malaysia”, Case study was done at UTM Skudai, Johor in Malaysia, Graduate Research Colloquium in Southeast Asian Landscape Urbanism, 8-9 February 2010 (Monday-Tuesday), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Johor Bahru
  61. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, “Indoor Environment Evaluation through Pot plants on Rooftop in Tropical Climate of Malaysia., Graduate Research Colloquium in Southeast Asian Landscape Urbanism, 8-9 February 2010 (Monday-Tuesday), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Johor Bahru
  62. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, Md. Sayem Khan, “Vertical Green Landscape on Building in Dense Dhaka City – Provides a Sustainable Healthy Life”.The 4th SEATUC Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, 25-26 February 2010
  63. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, Md. Sayem Khan “Thermal Comfort and Wellbeing in the Green Building at Dense Dhaka City in the Bangladesh”, 2nd International Postgraduate Conference on Infrastructure and Environment, Hong Kong, China 1-2 June 2010
  64. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, Md. Sayem Khan“Bangladesh Traditional House Construction Method is influenced by Changing the Use of Materials”- A field study was conducted in Bangladesh. 2nd International Postgraduate Conference on Infrastructure and Environment, Hong Kong, China 1-2 June 2010
  65. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, Md. Sayem Khan, “Bangladesh Traditional House design solution permit good passive cooling for thermal comfort during the both summer and winter seasons”, 2nd International Postgraduate Conference on Infrastructure and Environment, Hong Kong, China 1-2 June 2010
  66. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, “The Sustainable Architecture of Traditional Bamboo houses in Bangladesh”, The Second International conference on sustainable Architecture and urban development, 12th – 14th July, 2010 , Amman, Jordan
  67. Rumana Rashid, Mohd. Hamdan Bin Ahmad, “Sustainable application of solar energy in Bangladesh traditional houses”, The Second International conference on sustainable Architecture and urban development, 12th – 14th July, 2010, Amman, Jordan
  68. Mohammad Ashjae, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Seyedeh Atefeh Abtahi, Shape Grammar For Sustainable Urban Design, Urban Environmental Pollution Conference ENPO2010, Boston, USA from 20-23 June 2010
  69. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Mohammad Ashjaei, Shape Grammar for Sustainable Building, ICSAUD 2010 organised by Universiti Sains Malaysia on 3-4 March 2010 at Sri Pinang Ballroom, Hotel Royal Penang
  70. Asal Khameni Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Remaz Dilshan Ossen, Facing Home Loss After Disaster: A Review, the “2nd International Postgraduate Conference on Infrastructure and Environment, 1-2 June 2010, Hong Kong, China
  71. Asal Khameni Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Remaz Dilshan Ossen, The Methodologies Used to Evaluate Post-Disaster Housing Reconstruction Projects, 9th Annual Management in Construction Researchers Association 2010 (MiCRA 2010) Conference and Meeting. Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying, UITM Shah Alam on the 5th – 6th October 2010
  72. Asal Khameni Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Remaz Dilshan Ossen, Mitigating Home Loss Challenge: Efforts’ Evaluation of Bam-Quake Reconstruction through the Sense of Place Measures, International Conference on Building Education and Research COBRA2010, 2-3 September 2010, Dauphine Universite, Paris ISBN 978-1-84219-619-9
  73. Asal Kamani Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan Remaz Ossen. “Cultural consequences with respects to housing reconstruction strategies following natural disasters”, ICoHSE: Second International Conference on the Roles of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Engineering, 12-14 Nov 2010, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) Malaysia
  74. Asal Kamani Fard, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan Remaz Ossen. “The methodologies used to evaluate post-disaster housing reconstruction projects”, MiCRA: Management in Construction Researchers Association 9th Annual Conference and Meeting, 1-2 Dec 2010, Universiti Teknologi MARA, UiTM Shah Alam, Malaysia
  75. Rumana Rashid, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Md Sayem Khan. Sustainable Design: Traditional Courtyard in Hot Climate, The 5th SEATUC Symposium, 24-25 February 2011, Hanoi University of Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
  76. Rumana Rashid, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Md Sayem Khan. Sustainable Building Design Principle and Practice in Bangladesh, The 5th SEATUC Symposium, 24-25 February 2011, Hanoi University of Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
  77. Rumana Rashid, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Md Sayem Khan. The Mashjid as Architectural Heritage: Sustainability Study of Traditional Mashjid Construction in Bangladesh, The 5th SEATUC Symposium, 24-25 February 2011, Hanoi University of Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam

National Seminar Papers:

  1. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. Ideas from Studio, Highrise and Sustainability, 20 October 2010, Institute Sultan Iskandar, Main Hall, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
  2. Agung Murti Nugroho and Mohd Hamdan Ahmad. “Towards Development of Tropical Solar Architecture: The Use of Computational Fluid Dynamic foe Solar Chimney Simulation.” NSEB 2005 – National Seminar on Energy in Buildings, UiTM, Shah Alam, May 10-11, 2005
  3. Dilshan Remaz Ossen, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Nor Haliza Madros (2005). “Impact Of Solar Shading Geometry On Building Energy Use In Hot Humid Climates With Special Reference To Malaysia.” NSEB 2005 – National Seminar on Energy in Buildings, UiTM, Shah Alam, May, 10-11, 2005
  4. Chia Sok Ling, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, and Dilshan R Ossen, Impact of Solar Radiation on High-Rise Built Form in Tropical Climate, NSEB 2005 – National Seminar on Energy in Buildings, UiTM, Shah Alam, May 10-11, 2005
  5. Abdul Razak Sapian, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Nor Haliza Madros, Computer Simulation: An Alternative Method in Studying Natural Ventilation at High-Rise Building due to Urban Wind Condition, Integrated Energy Building Design Seminar organized by Centre for Education and Training in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (CETREE), Public Works Department Headquarters, Kuala Lumpur, 22-23 October 2002
  6. Gurupiah Mursib, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad and Zainul Hakim Mohd Zain, Pengubahsuaian Rekabentuk Chalet dan Persekitarannya: Meningkatkan Rekabentuk Chalet dan Persekitaran Pusat Peranginan Bertaraf Sederhana dan Rendah. Kursus Peningkatan Kecekapan Pengusaha Chalet and Budget Hotel Anjuran Kementerian Kebudayaan dan Pelancungan Malaysia di Endau Beach Resort, Penyabong, Endau, Johor 26-30 Sept 1999