JASTIP-Net Workshop on Indonesian Proposals for Disaster Prevention (WP4)

in conjunction with
The 3rd JASTIP Bioresources and Biodiversity (WP3) Workshop “Synergy of ASEAN Countries and Japan for Sustainable Development”
The 2nd Humanosphere Asia Research Node Workshop toward Sustainable Utilization of Tropical Bioresources


The Japan-ASEAN Science, Technology and Innovation Platform (JASTIP) is a research project, which is funded by the Strategic International Collaborative Research Program (SICORP) of Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), to promote international cooperative research that can contribute to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It has three research areas: Energy and Environment, Bioresources & Biodiversity, and Disaster Prevention. The Working Package 4 (WP4) is its Disaster Prevention research group for implementation of disaster-related research in ASEAN region under the JASTIP project. Since 2016 the JASTIP project also have called for research proposals called JASTIP-Net, which expand and strengthen the JASTIP ideas and increase research partners who are willing to join JASTIP research networks.
This Workshop “JASTIP-Net Workshop on Indonesian Proposals for Disaster Prevention (WP4)” invites proposers of JASTIP-Net 2017, and exchange their ideas to strengthen Indonesian JASTIP research activities.

Note that this Work shop will be held in conjunction with JASTIP-WP3 (Bioresources and Biodiversity) Workshops as indicated in the heading of this sheet. So, General Discussion session will be organized together at the end of the workshops.

Date and time

3rd November 2017, 8:30 – 17:30


Salak Tower Hotel
Jalan Salak No. 38-40 Babakan, Bogor Tengah, Kota Bogor, Jawa Barat 16129, Indonesia


(as of 27 September 2017)

12:00- 13:00 Registration
13:15- 13:30 Introduction to JASTIP

    Kaoru Takara (Kyoto Univ.)
JASTIP-Net (WP4) Indonesian Proposals
13:30-13:45 The Utilization of Space Technology for Disaster Early Warning System

    Sofian Rizal (PUSTEKSAT LAPAN)
13:45-14:00 Application of Traditional Housing Construction FALA KANCI as Simple House Earthquake Resistant for Future in Bobanehena Village, West Halmahera, Nort Maluku

    Firdawaty Marasabessy (Khairun University)
14:00-14:15 Assessing PM2.5 for Study on Health Impact of Trans-Boundary Haze from Peat Forest Fires in Indonesia

    Muhayatun Santoso (National Nuclear Energy Agency of Indonesia, BATAN)
14:15-14:30 Integration Model Development of Disaster Risk Reduction Principles of Volcanic Eruption into School Development Plan of Senior High School: Case study at SMA N 1 Tiganderket in Sinabung Volcano Region, Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia

    Dwi Wahyuni Nurwihastuti, Darwin Aji (Universitas Negeri Medan)
14:30-14:45 Geomorphological Approach for Disaster Risk Reduction of Sinabung Eruption in Karo Highland, North Sumatra, Indonesia

    Dwi Wahyuni Nurwihastuti, Darwin Aji (Universitas Negeri Medan)
Presentations from JASTIP members
15:00- 15:15 Hydrologic Process Understanding and Modeling in the Batanghari River Basin, Sumatra, Indonesia

    Takahiro Sayama (Kyoto Univ.)
15:15- 15:30 Climate Change and Anthropogenic Impacts Assessment on the Flood Hazard in the Batanghari River basin, Sumatera, Indonesia

    Apip (Asia Pacific Centre for Ecohydrology (APCE), LIPI)
15:30- 15:45 Hillslope Hydrology and Landuse Effect on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Batanghari River Basin, Indonesia

    Luki Subehi (Research Center for Limnology, LIPI)
15:45-16:15 Additional Presentations / Summary Discussions
General Discussion on international collaboration
16:30- 17:00 with Biodiversity & Bioresources Group
Moderator: Mamoru Kanzaki & Takashi Watanabe
1. Biodiversity: Enos Tangke Arung (Mulawarman Univ., Indonesia)
2. Biodiversity: Shoji Maehara (Fukuyama Univ., Japan)
3. Biodiversity: Khin Thant Sin (Pang Long Univ., Myanmar)
4. Biodiversity: Agusta Andria (LIPI, Indonesia)
5. Bioresources: Hunsa Punnapayak (Chularongkorn Univ., Thailand)
6. Bioresources: Keonakhone Khounvilay (National Univ. of Laos)
7. Bioresources: Sulaeman Yusuf (LIPI, Indonesia)
8. Disaster: Kaoru Takara (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
9. Disaster: Takahiro Sayama (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
10. Disaster: Apip (LIPI, Indonesia)