In this role, he is responsible for providing leadership, which promotes academic achievements and research excellence within the Faculty and oversees all external and operational matters of the faculty.
Professor Law has more than 20 years of experience in Research and Development, especially in the areas of industrial drying, food and bioproduct processing, fluidised bed technology, food and bioproduct processing, food preservation, food quality, and food safety. Furthermore, his research group also focuses on development food processing technology and has developed a number of pilot scale prototypes for the processing of fruits (ciku, chempedak, salak), agricultural products (rough rice, natural rubber), herbal products (Ganoderma Lingzhi, Misai Kuching, Belalai Gajah, Roselle) and edible bird’s nest.
Prior to this appointment, he was the Head of Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) and also the Acting Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences for seven months. Externally, Professor Law serves as the Associate Director of Engineering Accreditation Department of Engineering Accreditation Council, Malaysia; Leader for the Board of Engineers Malaysia Professional Competency Examination for Chemical Discipline; and Chair of the Institution of Chemical Engineers Malaysian Board.
Professor Law holds a doctorate in Chemical and Process Engineering from the National University of Malaysia (UKM), and a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Process Engineering from the same university. He also obtained a Post Graduate Certificate of Higher Education (PGCHE) in 2010, a professional recognition in higher education and is now a fellow of the Higher Education Academy UK. He also registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia as a Professional Engineer with a practising Certificate in the chemical discipline. Additionally, he is registered with the Engineering Council UK as a chartered chemical engineering and Science Council as a chartered scientist.
His interests include reading and swimming, He occasionally assists in conducting dharma classes for standard three school students.