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Kumpulan Penyelidikan USIM (KUP) 2018-10-24T11:41:56+00:00

ASIAN CENTRE FOR RESEARCH ON DRUG

HEAD Dr. Amin Al Haadi Shafie
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Unit
THEME Sustain Humanity and Environment
SYNOPSIS Asian Centre for Research on Drug Abuse (ACREDA) was established on 1st of January 2010. ACREDA USIM was established through empowerment and development of Special Interest Group (SIG) activities in drug abuse. The establishment of ACREDA is to meet the criterion of center of excellence through research, publications, training and services which has been outlined by USIM and the Ministry of Higher Education. ACREDA was established as a Centre of Excellence based on the Third Thrust of the National Higher Education Strategic Planning (PSPTN) that aims at Strengthening Research and Innovation Ministry of Higher Education has targeted to create 20 international Centers of Excellence in 2020.
VISION A center for reference in the field of drug abuse in Asia
MISSION ACREDA aspire to become a premier institution in training, consultations, publications, research and one-step information center on drug at the national and international level.
OBJECTIVE 1. To be a complete, systematic and updated referral center on drug abuse information.

2. To be a research and consulting center pertaining to various aspects of drug abuse which includes, but not limited to, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, post treatment care, enforcement and international networks.

3. To develop smart partnerships as well as initiate intellectual dialogues with leaders and concerned scholars from local and abroad research institutions in the field of substance abuse and its related issues.

4. To be a center of excellence in USIM that will mobilize and enhance research activity, writing and publishing world-class journals through interaction and academic collaborations with leading figures working in the field of drug addiction.

5. To create and update a collection of publications books, journals, magazines, research reports and data related to drug abuse problems produced by local, regional and world scholars.

6. To become a training center in preparing and delivery a variety of information, psycho-educational training programs and skill related to substance abuse for institutions related to the field of drug abuse.

 

IMMERSIVE & COLLABORATIVE TECHNOGOGY (AL-ITQAN) RESEARCH UNIT

HEAD Prof. Dr. Rozhan Mohammed Idrus
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Unit
THEME Enrich Communities and Societies
SYNOPSIS Education is crucial in determining the development of the country and its people. Hence, it is important to ensure that the educational system is in tandem with the advancement of ICT and adoption of sophisticated technology. The infusion of technology in education will allow for multiformat contents and delivery mechanism which will helps in the quality of education as a whole. Apart from educational technology, we are also venture into innovations in education delivery, educational platform, open educational resources, open distance education, educational mechanism and advancement of pedagogy.
VISION To be a globally recognised centre of research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of educational technology.
MISSION To explore and disseminate new knowledge through research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of educational technology guided by the philosophy and research theme of USIM.
OBJECTIVE 1. To become globally recognized as centre of reference for educational technology by recommending implementable solutions for current and future issues and challenges.

2. To develop research and innovation in the field of educational technology.

3. To support National Education Blueprint and related policies for the advancement of education.

 

CYBERSECURITY AND SYSTEMS (CSS) RESEARCH UNIT

HEAD Prof. Madya Dr. Madihah Mohd Saudi
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Unit
THEME Enrich Communities and Societies
SYNOPSIS Cyber Security and Systems Research Unit put us at the forefront of effective and collaborative cyber security and systems through the fusion of innovative research and innovation, training and consultation. It provides guidance and active research on cybersecurity and systems to the global security agenda, data protection and the assurance of our hyper connected world. Under this research unit, apart from cybersecurity, we are also tackling cyber-crisis mitigation and response via secure image processing, software engineering, multimedia, information retrieval and computational theory. Our vision is to be a globally recognized as center of research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of cybersecurity and systems. While our mission is to explore and disseminate new knowledge through research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of cyber security and systems guided by the philosophy and research theme of USIM.
VISION To be a globally recognized as center of research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of cybersecurity and systems.
MISSION To explore and disseminate new knowledge through research and innovation, training and consultancy in the field of cyber security and systems guided by the philosophy and research theme of USIM.
OBJECTIVE 1. To become globally recognized as center of reference for cybersecurity and systems by recommending technical solutions for current and future issues and challenges.

2. To develop research and innovation in the field of cybersecurity and systems.

3. To support National Security Council and policy for cyber-crisis mitigation and response

 

GREEN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (GST) RESEARCH CENTRE

HEAD Lar Dr. Noor Hayati Ismail
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Centre
THEME Sustain Humanity and Environment
SYNOPSIS Green Science and Technology (GST) research group is a multidisciplinary team consolidating research activities in all experimental and theoretical aspects of green science, engineering, technology, medicine, law, Islamic studies and architecture into a single and unique referred entity for sustainable ummah wellbeing. This group deals with interdisciplinary research areas such as biomaterials, new eco-friendly and safer methods and techniques for developing environmentally friendly novel materials, agriculture research, food science, water sources, environment in connection with rural and urban development, pollution, biomass and other related research fields, bio based materials and bioenergy, next generation materials and biofuels, biopolymers and composites, hybrid materials, nanoscience and nanotechnology, theoretical and computational approaches related to green science, impact of pollution on environment, biohazards, safe medicine, applications of green science in pharmaceuticals, medicines, biology and biotechnology, and much more.
VISION To become a refered research centre in green science and technology that integrates naqli and aqli knowledge
MISSION Integrate various areas of knowledge for sustainable and better ummah wellbeing
OBJECTIVE 1. To synergize expertise towards finding new solutions to solve old problems of the society

2. To creatively cooperate as a team in driving forward advanced research adventures related to green science and technology

 

ISLAM & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES (ImET) RESEARCH CLUSTER

HEAD Dr. Hishomudin Ahmad
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Cluster
THEME Enrich Communities and Societies
SYNOPSIS Islam & Emerging Technologies (ImET) is multi disciplines research cluster and was established on 2nd October 2013/26 Zulkaedah 1434. The main focus of the cluster is towards understanding tawhid and its implementation in nurturing noble generation based on the unification of Naqli and Aqli knowledge.
VISION A reference centre of excellence for research and innovation in education and emerging technologies for wellbeing of the Ummah and humanity at large.
MISSION 1. To provide sustainable solution in education through unification of Naqli and Aqli knowledge based on human development.

2. To provide native technologies and tools for education through interdisciplinary research based on Islamic teaching.

OBJECTIVE
  1. To critically explore, study and translate the sources of    knowledge from Quran and Sunnah.
  2. To generate ideas for the development of the Islamic teaching framework.
  3. To produce necessary tools in education through the   progression of human development.
  4. To focus on solving the problems of the Ummah and humanity in improving their quality of life through fundamental, applied and translational research in the field of Islam and Emerging technology.
  5. To offer services, consultations and publication for the generation revenue to attain financial sustainability.
  6. To produce digital native’s tools for children education through interdisciplinary research.

 

IBNU UMMI MAKTUM RESEARCH CLUSTER

HEAD Haji Norakyairee Mohd. Raus
GROUP RESEARCH CLASSIFICATION Unit
THEME Sustain Humanity and Environment
SYNOPSIS The establishment of Ibnu Ummi Maktum Research Center (UMMI centre for disability research based on the Naqli and Aqli approaches aimed at fulfilling the demands of fardhu (obligatory) among the disabled. realizing the wonderful concept of religious life. UMMI is a niche area of the Faculty of Quran and Sunnah Studies (FPQS), Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) which is recognized as one of the clusters and USIM showcase. Its existence also fulfills USIM’s aspirations as a blessed campus.UMMI offers research and innovation services in the field of Quran and Sunnah for people with disabilities based on the basic theory of Quran teaching and learning as mentioned four times in Surah al-Qamar: 54: 17; 22; 32 and 40:

 

وَلَقَدۡ يَسَّرۡنَا ٱلۡقُرۡءَانَ لِلذِّكۡرِ فَهَلۡ مِن مُّدَّكِرٖ

And We have certainly made the Qur’an easy for remembrance, so is there any who will remember?

This theory as mentioned by al-Imam Fakhru al-Din al-Razi in his tafsir, Mafatih al-Ghayb who also presents four aspects, which God facilitates us in interacting with the Quran which is easy to memorize, easy to understand the wisdom, easy to touch the soul either read or listen to it and the great miracle of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. This means that requirement to facilitate the Quranic teaching and learning process is an exploration of giving space and opportunity for disabled people to be educated in religious education through strategies, approaches, methods and techniques based on their strengths and learning differences.

The effort to explore the field of Quranic and Sunnah studies for the disabled or also known as the Special Education Program begins as early as 2008, following the offering of the Faculty Compulsory Course (WF), the Braille Application in Quranic and Sunnah Studies (QNR3013) to FPQS students. In addition to supplying value added and soft skills, the course’s offerings aim to produce da’ie (preachers) among Islamic studies graduates who are able to address issues and problems of the ummah especially to train and educate disabled people in the knowledge of Allah. UMMI received the support and the MoU’s cooperation with various Islamic non-governmental organizations (NGOs) especially the Yayasan Pendidikan al-Quran bagi Anak Istimewa (Yayasan FAQEH), Persatuan Orang-orang Cacat Penglihatan Islam Malaysia (PERTIS), Malaysian Deaf Muslim Association (PRISMA) and Negeri Sembilan Deaf Association (NESDA).

VISION To nurture humanistic values among persons with special needs based on Al Quran and Sunnah
MISSION To be internationally recognized as a research and innovation centre for Quran and Sunnah-based education for persons with special needs, via integration of Naqli and Aqli knowledge.
OBJECTIVE 1.     Conduct research and produce innovation in exploring and developing Islamic methodology, technology, psychology and materials for the disabled.

2.     Build a network of expertise and establish a strategic partnership with related institutions.

3.     Offer training and consultation services related to Islamic studies for the disabled.

4.     Produce and collect research materials related to the disabled.

5.     Training da’ie volunteers among students.

6.     Establish an education hub for disabled people based on Quran and Sunnah.