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I am a senior lecturer and researcher in the Department of Decision Sciences at School of Quantitative Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia. I received my Ph.D in Operational Research from University of Portsmouth in 2012. My doctoral thesis work on ‘Modelling Human Fairness in Cooperative Games: A Goal Programming Approach’ used models and theories drawn from cognitive neuroscience field to build decision models incorporating fairness in economic games by using multi-objective optimization approach. I also hold a Master of Science (Decision Sciences) from Universiti Utara Malaysia, and a Bachelor of Science in Statistics with Information Technology with honors from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. My research interests are in the areas of multi-objective optimization, cooperative game theory, economic games, decision theory and any other areas related to operational research. I am currently working on three projects funded all by Malaysia Ministry of Education. The first project under FRGS (Fundamental Research Grant Scheme) focuses on developing heuristic mathematical model of inventory control to establish an effective way to control the inventory system. The second project under ERGS (Exploratory Research Grant Scheme) focuses on measuring efficiency the rice production systems using both stochastic frontier analysis (SFA) and data envelopment analysis (DEA) models. The third project is under RAGS (Research Acculturation Grant Scheme) focuses on developing a human decision making model in cooperative games that can be used to enhance the effective strategies for the people in economics to deal with fairness coalition in economic situations.
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