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LUQMAN HAKIM BIN ROHAIZAT

CURRICULUM VITAE

LUQMAN HAKIM BIN ROHAIZAT


B. ENG. (HONS) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING,
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS

Goal-Driven. Result-Oriented. Forward-Thinking.


Personal Information
Nationality
Gender
Date of Birth
Age
Height
Language Proficiency
(Spoken & Written)

: Malaysian
: Male
: 23rd December 1992
: 23
: 185 cm

Phone

: +6013 460 2660

Email

: L.rohaizat@gmail.com

CGPA
: 3.65 / 4.00
Availability : Immediate
Institution

Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP)

Period
2011 2014

- Programme; Degree in Mechanical Engineering


- Majoring in deepwater engineering

Pre-University

: 1915-V, Taman Stadium,


05100 Alor Setar,
Kedah, Malaysia

: English, Bahasa Malaysia

Academic Qualifications
Tertiary

Current
Address

Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP)

Academic Achievements

Deans List academic standing for


years 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014
CGPA: 3.65/4.00
Highest GPA: 4.00/4.00 (internship
semester)

2010

CGPA: 3.90

2005 - 2009

SPM: 11 As
PMR: 8 As

- Programme; Foundation in Engineering

Secondary

Kolej Sultan Abdul Hamid

Industrial Internship
September 2013 April 2014
Strategic Research Department, PETRONAS
7-month industrial internship successfully completed in PETRONAS. Assigned to PETRONAS Strategic Research
department, Corporate Strategy and Risk division. Based at the PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur. Gained
experience as an analyst with sound understanding of oil & gas market dynamics, key drivers of the oil & gas
industry, and technology advancements impacting the industry in the medium- and long-term. Tasks assigned
during internship include analyzing daily oil prices and forecasting medium-term price trends, producing
datasheets on global crude grades for internal use, and monitoring global events in oil production, processing
and refining. Internship project involved analyzing the impact of electric vehicles on global oil demand.

Academic Endeavours

Phone: +6013 460 2660

E-mail: L.rohaizat@gmail.com

LUQMAN HAKIM BIN ROHAIZAT

CURRICULUM VITAE

Academic Projects Undertaken


2014
Final Year Project; Effect of Bit-Rock Interaction on Drillstring Dynamics
Studied the impact of vibrations on drillstring rate of penetration (ROP) as well as the impact of bit-rock
interaction on the occurrence of drillstring vibration. Determined the best combination of input parameters
such as rotary speed and weight-on-bit (WOB) to achieve highest ROP.

Mechanical Systems Design Group Project; Designing a Modular-Based Compact Topside for an Oil
Production and Processing Facility
Worked in a team of final year mechanical engineering undergraduate students to study and propose a modularbased, compact topside design for a floating production, storage, and offloading facility (FPSO) according to
accepted engineering standards and in-line with relevant design codes as well as current trends in offshore
production facilities design.

Flow Assurance Group Project; Optimization of Desanding Hydrocyclone Separator Performance


Utilized ANSYS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software to study the effects of varying fluid flow rate
ranging from stratified to slug flow over sand separation efficiency in a Bradley-type desanding hydrocyclone.
Project tasks include generating the geometry of the hydrocyclone, mesh independence study, steady state
simulation and transient simulation.

2013
Engineering Team Project; Designing a Dynamic Response Speed Bump for Roads
Worked within a team of various engineering disciplines to design, build, and demonstrate a working prototype
of a smart dynamic response speed bump the Dynamic Speed Breaker (DSB).

Heat Transfer Group Project; Designing a Solar Water Heater


Conducted design calculations for a theoretical solar water heater. The calculations were done for heat radiation
from the sun and glass cover, heat convection by the surrounding air, and the required length of the pipe for
the water to be sufficiently heated.

Control Systems Group Project; Pumped Storage Flow Control System


Modeled, analyzed and improved a pumped water storage flow control system using the concepts of root locus
and frequency response techniques.

Relevant Academic Courses Taken


Fundamentals
- Introduction to Material Science
- Engineering Drawing
- Introduction to Oil & Gas
Industry & Sustainable Development
- Electrical Power & Machines
- Engineering Materials
- Computer Aided Engineering
- Manufacturing Processes *
- Engineering Economics & Entrepreneurship
- Engineers in Society

Mechanical Engineering Discipline


- Statics
- Dynamics
- Vibrations
- Solid Mechanics
- Thermodynamics
- Fluid Mechanics
- Heat Transfer
- Control Systems
- Manufacturing Technology
- Mechatronics
- Mechanical Systems Design
- Applied Thermodynamics *
- Machinery Dynamics *

Major Electives
- Flow Assurance in Pipelines & Flow-Lines
- Offshore Structures
- Subsea Engineering
- Drilling Engineering

(*) Courses taken during foreign exchange semester

Extra-Curricular Endeavours, Interests

Phone: +6013 460 2660

E-mail: L.rohaizat@gmail.com

LUQMAN HAKIM BIN ROHAIZAT

CURRICULUM VITAE

Foreign Exchange
September 2012 January 2013
Selected for UTP Student Exchange Programme. Became a foreign exchange student for Fall 2012 semester
(September 2012 January 2013) at Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. Recognized as the first representative
student from UTP to experience the Bilkent campus and network with staff and students from the highlyregarded Bilkent Mechanical Engineering department. Spearheaded the way for other UTP students to enroll in
foreign exchange in Turkey.

Leadership Experience & Extra-Curricular Activities


Year
2012

Event/Student Body
Peer Helper (Student Body)

Position
Treasurer
(High
Committee
Member)

Description

Assistant Head
of Department,
Activities and
Events
Department

American Society of Mechanical


Engineers (ASME) UTP Student
Chapter

Registered
Student
Member

UTP Debate Club

Active Member

UTP F1 Cup

2011

Universiti Teknologi PETRONASs student counseling


facilitators, under the universitys Student Support
Services.
Handled the organizations annual budget and
expenditure.
Learnt to manage an organization financially as well as
establish and maintain good relations with peers and
subordinates.
An annual competition for high-school students held incampus, where teams design, build, and race miniature
F1 cars along a specialized track.
Learnt to operate within a tight schedule and satisfy
the requirements of various departments within the
event.
ASME is a global engineering organization based in New
York City, USA that promotes the art, science, and
practice of multi-disciplinary engineering.
Held weekly debate tournaments among club members.
Developed sophisticated thinking style and matured
logic.

Interests & Competency


Interested Career Fields
- Mechanical Engineering
- Instrumentation & Control
- Static/Rotating Equipment

- Drilling Engineering
- Inspection
- Subsea Engineering

Personal Interests
- Writing
- Product Design

Software Competency
- AutoCAD
- Solid Edge
- Adobe Photoshop

- SOLIDWORKS
- MATLAB
- Microsoft Office

- Running
- Cycling

Programming Competency
- C++
- HTML

Referees
AP Dr. Fakhruldin Bin Mohd Hashim

Dr. Mark Ovinis

Lecturer,
Head of Gas Separation Research Centre,
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS,
32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia.

Lecturer,
Mechanical Engineering Department,
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS,
32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia.

Phone : +605 368 7002


E-mail : fakhruldin_mhashim@petronas.com.my

Phone : +605 368 7150


E-mail : mark_ovinis@petronas.com.my

Phone: +6013 460 2660

E-mail: L.rohaizat@gmail.com