- Doctor of Philosophy (Electrical, Electronic And System Engineering) - Doctor of Philosophy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
- MSc (Electronic System Design Engineering) - Masters Degree, University Sains Malaysia
- B.Eng (ELECTRICAL - TELECOMMUNICATION) - Bachelor Degree, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
Nurhafizah Binti Mahri (Dr.)
IIUM Gombak Campus
KULLIYYAH OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Nurhafizah Mahri is an Assistant Professor at Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology, International Islamic University Malaysia. She received her Ph.D. in Electrical, Electronic, and Systems Engineering with specializations in biomedical signal processing from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Earlier, she completed her M.Sc. degree in Electronic System Design Engineering from Universiti Sains Malaysia and B.Eng. in Electric-Telecommunication from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
Her research area is digital signal processing, biomedical signal, cardiac signal analysis, biometric image processing, and machine learning. She is a part of the Pervasive Computing Brain and Brain Development Research Group at KICT. As an early career researcher, she has been awarded an internal grant from her current university to conduct research - “Car Drivers' Mental Fatigue Neuro-physiological Profiling Model” in 2021. This research mainly integrates computational and physiological analysis and utilizes machine learning tools.
Besides, she has an endeavor for entrepreneurship. She has taught entrepreneurship-related courses such as Business Fundamental, E-Commerce, and Technopreneurship since 2019. She found excitement in digital marketing and online business when she challenged herself to explore this area while pursuing her Ph.D. Her dedication made her receive the Top Entrepreneurship Educators for Highest Sales Reported Award - 10th place by EDC in 2022.
She was appointed Entrepreneurship Coordinator by KICT in 2021 for two years tenures. She organized seminars, mentored students for Technopreneurship competitions, and managed students' startup environments.
Along with the Kulliyyah activities, she is a member of flagships - mKitchen and TACTIC. She has delivered a series of digital marketing and entrepreneurship workshop to other communities.
She is multidisciplined, and she always welcomes new challenges. For her future venture, she aims to become an expert in business development, strategies, and tech startup.
Area of Specialisation
- ICT ~ Information, Computer And Communications Technology (ICT) ~ Signal Processing ~ Digital Signal Processing - Biomedical Engineering
- Engineering Tech ~ Engineering And Technology ~ Biomedical Engineering ~ Biomedical Signals - Cardiovascular Signal Processing
- 2007: Member of Profesional Body / Association: (Graduate Engineer), Board of Engineers Malaysia
- 2019: Member of Profesional Body / Association: (Lifetime Member), Association For Information Systems Malaysia Chapter (MyAIS)
|BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS||2022/2023 2021/2022 2020/2021 2019/2020|
|DATABASE SYSTEMS||2023/2024 2022/2023|
|FINAL YEAR PROJECT 1||2019/2020|
|FINAL YEAR PROJECT I||2021/2022 2020/2021|
|FINAL YEAR PROJECT II||2021/2022 2020/2021 2019/2020|
|PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN IT||2023/2024 2022/2023|
|2020 - Present||Car Drivers' Mental Fatigue Neuro-physiological Profiling Model|
Award & Recognition
|24 Jun, 2022||Top Entrepreneurship Educators for Highest Sales Reported - 10th Place - International Islamic University Malaysia||University|
|2023||EEG features for driver’s mental fatigue detection: a preliminary work. International Journal on Perceptive and Cognitive Computing (IJPCC), 9 (1) pp. 88-94|
|2022||Best4u.com: a creative platform for secondhand items transaction. Journal of Information Systems and Digital Technologies, 4 (1) pp. 1-18|
|2021||Brain behavior analysis of mental stress before and after listening to Quranic recitation based on EEG signals. International Journal on Perceptive and Cognitive Computing (IJPCC), 7 (1) pp. 59-65|
|2021||Freemium multi-sided platform business model: mosque kitchen as a source of free food, employment and empowerment of B40s food-preneurs. Journal of Information Systems and Digital Technologies, 3 (2) pp. 1-10|
|2020||Automated QT interval measurement using modified Pan-Tompkins algorithm with independent isoelectric line approach. Journal of Biomimetics, Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, 44 () pp. 51-61|
Conference or Workshop Item
|2021||Business model shifts: masjid kitchens as soup kitchens, jobs employment and empowering asnaf entrepreneurs, and income generation for the masjid. In: International Conference on Information Technology for the Muslim World (ICT4M 2021),|
|2021||Cooperative behavior (ta’awun) between mosques and civic organizations in empowering asnafpreneurs through IIUM m-kitchen® project. In: 2nd Kedah International Zakat Conference 2021 (KEIZAC 2021),|
|2021||Redesign business model of masjid kitchens as soup kitchens, providing jobs employment and nurturing of asnaf as entrepreneurs, and income generation for the masjid. In: Pusat Islam UTM, ISBN: , pp. 100-111|