Advanced Structural Integrity and Vibration Research Group (ASIVR)
The Advanced Structural Integrity and Vibration Research Group is a leading research group in the vibration & structural integrity area, particularly in the oil and gas sector. Our fundamental and applied research projects and specializes in vibration, machine and structural dynamics, material fatigue and integrity will provide you with the latest engineering skills and expertise to solve real life and complex engineering problems.
- To promote global interaction and exchange of new knowledge and technologies for the purpose of research, development and financial and industrial security.
- To bring together and run a dynamic and exciting hub or network of highly innovative and motivated scientists and engineers who are passionate about their research and the transfer of their knowledge to students who are the future of the society we are living in.
- To research and develop new ideas or applications that directly benefit the local/national industries.
- To generate groundbreaking research and produce high impact papers for conferences and journals.
- To create Continual Professional Development programs (CPD) to continually update the workforce in their own environment and run high-level training for qualified engineers and technical personnel.
- To provide easy passage for the pursuers of higher degrees
ASIVR Activities & Achievements
been held weekly in February and March 2020. It had attract post graduate students and young lecturers to fill up their knowledge gap. Another short courses had been successfully held in August 2020 and covered interesting area of “Vibration based monitoring for predictive maintenance”. Year 2020 had been a challenging period forcing most people to adapt new normals. The challenge was to utilize the focus
group resources in terms of handling yearly activities. As a senior ASIVR member, AP. Ir. Dr. Mohd Hafizi Zohari had been responsible by organizing Academic Research Sharing Knowledge visit to several potential industries like Flow Tech Services Sdn Bhd, TMM Engineering Services Sdn Bhd and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). The purpose of visit was to observe and learn fiber optic sensor technology for structural health and monitoring.