Professor Dr. Mohd Razman Salim is currently the Senior Fellow at Centre of Environmental Sustainability and Water Security (IPASA), Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He was appointed as Deputy Director IPASA from 2011 to 2015. Before that he held the post of Head Department of Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Civil engineering, UTM (2003-2011). Dr Razman received his BSc of Civil Engineering from Brighton Polytechnic, UK (1980); Masters in Civil Engineering (Sanitary) from North Carolina State University, USA (1985); and PhD Environmental Engineering from University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (1992). For the past 30 years, he devoted his works in teaching and
research in the field of environmental engineering. He was awarded a Commonwealth Fellowship (Association of Commonwealth Universities) to develop research for a year in the field of biotechnology at University of Newcastle upon Tyne. From 1996-2002, he was appointed the University coordinator and research fellow for JSPS/LIPI-DOST-VCC programme in Biotechnology. As a researcher under CICHE, SIDA and DUCED programmes, he carried out study on capacity building in wastewater treatment technology and solid waste management. He was involved in more than 60 research and consultancy projects, publishing more than 180 articles, both in journals and proceedings, filing seven patents, including two patents granted. He was appointed as a member for a task force by the Akademi Sains Malaysia, involving in a study on water and wastewater management in Malaysia. He was also one of the researchers conducting study on the project "Low Carbon Society for Iskandar Regions" under sponsorship of JICA. Currently, he is the committee member for a registered NGO called Malaysian Society of Waste Management and Environment (MSWME).