Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Researcher, Faculty of Science
Shiaw Yin is a lecturer in the department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences at Universiti Brunei Darussalam where she has been a faculty member since 2003, a year after she graduated from her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics in the same university. Shiaw Yin completed her PhD in Civil Engineering and MSc in Operations Research, both at University of Southampton, UK. Her research interests lie in the area of operations research and intelligent traffic system, ranging from theory to design to implementation, with a focus on improving road safety and driver behaviour. She has collaborated actively with researchers in several other disciplines of operations research and engineering, particularly analysis on problems and interventions at certain road junctions in Brunei. She was the main researcher in the Traffic Light Dimming Project sponsored by Radix Traffic Limited, UK in 2012.
Shiaw Yin is currently the lecturer for undergraduate modules in operations research.
PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering (University of Southampton), MSc in Operational Research (University of Southampton), BSc in Mathematics (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
Intelligent traffic system
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The Single-Vendor Multi-Buyer Integrated Inventory Problem: an Heuristic Solution Technique
Investigating driver’s behaviour on approaching a junction at the end of green time
Influence of an advanced amber signal warning system on driver behaviour in Brunei Darussalam
Extended investigation on road fatality in Brunei
Universiti Teknologi Brunei
Radix Traffic Limited, UK
Traffic Light Dimming Project (Radix Traffic Limited, UK)
Improve driver awareness of potential road hazards