Dr Firdaus Muhammad-Sukki received his MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Imperial College, London in 2006 under the Yayasan TM scholarship. In 2009, he received studentship awards from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), Scottish Funding Council (SFC) and Yayasan TM to pursue his postgraduate study in Glasgow Caledonian University from which he obtained his PhD in 2013. Dr. Muhammad Sukki is a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and an associate of the City and Guilds, London (ACGI).
Dr. Muhammad Sukki has been an active researcher. His research interest is in solar energy, particularly in terms of optical solar concentrators and renewable energy policies. He has a number of papers in high impact factor journals, as well as presenting in a number of conferences related to his area. He carried out a number of market trend and financial analysis related to solar technologies for countries such as Malaysia, Japan and United Kingdom.
Prior to joining the academia, he was a communication engineer in Malaysia’s largest telecommunication company. He was in charge of the leased line servers for Malaysia’s network and was involved in major projects related to the telecommunication while holding the post.