Rohaizad Hafidz Rozali

Rohaizad Hafidz Rozali


Mr Rohaizad Hafidz Rozali is a Lecturer in the Marine Construction & Maintenance Technology Section at Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UniKL MIMET). He joining UniKL MIMET as Assistant Lecturer in 2007.  He received a Master in Mechanical-Marine Technology from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Mr Rohaizad also have Certificate of Vocational Officer(VTO) and Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 3 from Department of Skills Development. For Professional Membership he is a Malaysia Board of Technologist (MBOT) member as Professional Technologist (GT18051644). Currently teach subjects related to Ship Construction, Project Management & Workshop Technology. 

Mr Rohaizad Hafidz Rozali assigned as a lecturer for Bachelor course such as Ship Construction ; To provide the students with the concept in the theory, calculation, analysis and evaluation of ship structural strength, Shipyard Management and Project Planning subject. To provide students with a practical understanding of the application of CPM techniques and tools to project planning, including forecasting, resource- planning and basic risk analysis. Students will also understand the various elements of costing, generating revenue, estimating and quotes, thereafter their applications in the shipbuilding industry, Welding and Fabrication; To provide the students with the knowledge and skills required for preparing and selecting welding equipment to perform practical welding and perform fabrication and assembly tasks. He also participated in research projects related to naval architecture and marine engineering. His current research now on buoy technology for coastal surveillance. 

SPECIFIC research interests

  1. Naval Architecture 
  2. Marine Engineering 
  3. Project Management 


  1. Stability study of MIROV: Fabricated remotely operated underwater vehicle  
  2. Crawling ROV for Irregular Terrain Seafloor Discovery 
  3. A Study of Mark-III Corrugations Finite Element Model Subjected to Different Magnitude Pressures 
  4. Comparison Study on Small & Large Corrugations Mark-III LNG Tanker to Predict Deformation by Using Finite Element Method