Mohd Talib Latif

 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Research Grants – As Project Leader


Technology Development Fund 1(TeD 1) Optimization of Airboxsense System for Fine Particulate Matter and Dioxins/Furans Composition in Ambient Air with their Application in Health Risk Assessment On-going
Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN-GCR) – CRRP2021-02MY-Latif


Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on air quality of the Monsoon Asia region: Cross-country assessment and facilitating policy  On-going
Dana Padanan Kolaborasi (DPK) Satellite based Observation of Aerosol Optical Depth Variation in Monsoon Asia Region On-going
Research University Grant (DIP)


Variation of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Ambient Air and Its Effect to Environment and Human Health Completed
FRGS/1/2018/WAB05/UKM/01/1 Environmental impact and health risk assessment from vehicle emission in Kuala Lumpur urban environment Completed
Research University Grant (GUP)


Spatio-Temporal variation of PM2.5 concentration across Malaysia based on station observation, satellite estimation, and model simulation Completed
ASEAN-India Collaborative R&D


Understanding South and Southeast Asian Haze in 3-Dimension: Aerosol source, climatology, transport and health impacts Completed


Composition of volatile organic compounds from sea-surface microlayer around coastal areas in Peninsular Malaysia Completed
Arus Perdana Grant


Variation and Health Impact of ground-level ozone in Malaysia: Mitigation Procedures and Future Policy Implementation Completed
Fundamental Research Grant (MOHE)FRGS/1/2015/WAB03/UKM/01/1 Characterization, Source Apportionment and Health Risk Assessment of Fine Particulate Matter and Indoor Dust in School Environment Completed
Dana Impak Perdana


Variation of volatile organic compounds and ozone in ambient air and their implication to human health Completed
Iconic Research Grant


Synthetic Biology for Novel Sensing Devices in Halocarbon Pollutants Monitoring in The Atmosphere – Funbdamental and Application Studies Completed


Characteristics and distribution of atmospheric surfactants from marine ecosystem Completed
E-Sciencefund 04-01-02-SF0752 Compositions, Characteristics and Flux of Surfactants and Humic-Like Substances in Marine Aerosols Completed
Research University Grant (GUP)


Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) as an indicator for suspended particulate matter in the Klang Valley, Malaysia Completed
Geran Galakan Penyelidikan Universiti-Industri


The impact of surfactants in atmospheric aerosols to the climate change in Malaysia Completed
Dana UKM


A study of surfactants and lovoglucosan composition in suspended particulate matter from biomass Completed
Research University Grant (GUP)


Compositions, Characteristics and Flux of surfactants and Humic-Like Substances in Atmospheric Aerosols Completed
Research University Grant (GUP)


Influence of Meteorological factors to the composition of atmospheric aerosols in Malaysia Completed
Research University Grant (GUP)


Development of Air Quality Index Forecasting System for Malaysia Completed
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