Abdul Hamid Bin Abdullah

Mr. Abdul Hamid Bin Abdullah

BEng Hons (Polymer Engineering), MSc (Polymer Engineering), PhD (Pursuing)

Lecturer | Department of Mechanical Engineering | Faculty of Engineering and Science

Contact Details Telephone: +60 85 443939 Extn: 2515 | Location: Skylark (SK3)-350 | Email: abdul.hamid@curtin.edu.my

Research Profiles: ORCID, ResearchGate

Research Interests: Polymers, Composites, Materials Characterization, Green Materials


Abdul Hamid Bin Abdullah is a lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Science. He has been working in Curtin University Malaysia since June 2012. He has received his B.Eng. and MSc. in Polymer Engineering from Universiti Sains Malaysia. He is presently pursuing PhD in Curtin University Malaysia.


Professional Experience

  • Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering, Curtin Malaysia (July 2018 – Current)

  • Lecturer, Petroleum Engineering, Curtin Malaysia (Jan 2015 – Jun 2018)

  • Lecturer, Process Plant Technology, Curtin Malaysia (Jun 2012 – Dec 2014)

  • Engineer, Tokuyama Malaysia Sdn. Bhd (Mar 2012 – Jun 2012)

  • Engineer, Tokuyama Corporation, Japan (Mar 2011 –  Feb 2012)

  • Research Officer, Universiti Sains Malaysia (May 2008 – Feb  2011)

  • Internship, Hokuetsu Seishi Paper Mills Ltd, Japan (May 2007 – July 2007)


Professional Affiliation

  • Graduate Engineer (GE-69869A) – BEM
  • Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
  • Member, International Association of Engineers (IAENG)


Subjects Taught

  • Engineering Materials
  • Strength of Materials
  • Engineering Foundations Design and Processes
  • Engineering Foundations: Principles and Communications




  1. Faisal Amri Tanjung, Yalun Arifin, Abdul Hamid Abdullah, and Iqmal Tahir (2017) Bilayer-Structured Regenerated Cellulose/Chitosan Films Prepared with Ionic Liquid, Indones. J. Chem., 17 (3), pp. 351 – 359

  2. Kahar AWM, Ismail H, Abdul Hamid A. (2016). The correlation between crosslink density and thermal properties of high-density polyethylene/natural rubber/thermoplastic tapioca starch blends prepared via dynamic vulcanisation approach, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 123(1) pp. 301-308.

  3. Ismail, A. Hamid Abdullah, A. Abu Bakar (2010) Kenaf Core Reinforced High-Density Polyethylene/Soya Powder Composites: The Effects of Filler Loading and Compatibilizer, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 29 (16) pp. 2489-2497.

  4. Ismail, A. Hamid Abdullah, A. Abu Bakar (2010) Effects of Silane Based Coupling Agent on the Properties of Kenaf Core Reinforced High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)/Soya Powder Composites, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 49 (11) pp. 1095-1100.

  5. Ismail, A. Hamid Abdullah, A. Abu Bakar (2010) Influence of Acetylation on the Tensile Properties, Water Absorption and Thermal Stability on High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)/Soya Powder/Kenaf Core Composites, Journal of Vinyl and Additive Technology, 17(2) pp.132-137.


Conference Proceedings

  1. Abdul Hamid bin Abdullah, Jaffrey Naan, Chew Ing Ming, Natallee Faith Kwan, An overview: Developing the minds through practical support for Diploma of Process Plant Technology Students in Curtin Sarawak, 2ndInternational Higher Education Teaching and Learning Conference 2013, Parkcity Everly Hotel, Miri, Sarawak, December 9-10th 2013

  2. Abdul Hamid Bin Abdullah, Hanafi Ismail, Azhar Abu Bakar, Sujan Debnath, The Effects of Oxidized Polyethylene as a Compatibilizer on the Tensile and Water Absortion Properties of Biocomposites, 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Science and Technology, Curtin Sarawak, Miri, Sarawak, July 16-18th 2016


Research Grants and Consultancy Projects

  1. Performance of green composite material incorporating of cockle-shells and polypropylene fiber, Curtin Sarawak Research Fund, Principle investigator, RM10,000(Completed , 2016)

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