JASTIP-Net 2022 Selection Result

After carefully reviewing 109 proposals by JASTIP researchers and endorsements by JASTIP Steering Committee, we adopt 31 research proposals for JASTIP-Net 2022 as below (Country(s) refer to the nationality(s) of the applicant and other members). JASTIP core researchers will shortly consult with each successful applicant about the implementation including budget allocation.

Among proposals that are unfortunately not adopted, we may pick up and contact you in order to promote ASEAN-wide networks of researchers on some specific subjects.  Integration into a team of successful proposals also could be offered in some cases.

Partnership and Networking (WP1)
1. Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Japan

Incorporating Japanese Global Jinzai Principles in Online Business Pitching Training to improve the Employability Skills of Graduates in Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia

Ena Bhattacharyya (Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS)

2. Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan

“Microbiome Database for Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plants in Southeast Asia through ASEAN-Japan Research Consortium”

Adeline Seak May Chua (University of Malaya)

3. Malaysia

“JAPAN-ASEAN Network: Survey and benchmarking activity on the commercialization of nanocellulose from lignocellulosic biomass in ASEAN countries”

Latifah Jasmani Forest Research Institute)

4. Indonesia

“Linking Bio-village Concept Studies with Peatland and Mangrove Management Policy”

Wahyu Dwianto (BRIN)

5. Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Japan

“Tapping The Values of Agricultural Waste for Resource Recovery and Empowering Circular Economy in Japan And ASEAN Countries”

Radin Maya Saphira Radiin Mohamed (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia)

6. Cambodia

“Promoting research, support policy and understanding on clean energy for sustainable environment in Cambodia”

Veasna Soum (Royal University of Phnom Penh)

7. Cambodia

“Promoting M&E System among relevant ministries for sustainable STI development”

CHEAT Sophal (Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation (MISTI) of Cambodia)

8. Cambodia

“Promoting Value of Knowledge Creation from Scientific Research”

HUL Seingheng (Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation (MISTI) of Cambodia)


Energy and Environment (WP2)
9. Indonesia, Malaysia and Japan

“Development of a structured composite material for simultaneous photocatalytic decolourization and metal ions removal”

Saepurahman (BRIN)

10. Indonesia, Thailand and Japan

“New and Renewable Energy Learning Center to promote local sustainable energy in Peatland Conservation Area in Tanjung Leban Village, Bengkalis Region, Riau Province”

Siti Badriyah Syarif (P.T. Awina Sinergi Indonesia)

11. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Japan

“Fabrication of graphene-based nanocomposites from waste biomass for supercapacitor application”

Murni Handayani (BRIN)

12. Indonesia and Japan

“Policy and Impact Evaluation of Solar Cell Energy Projects in Indonesia in the Period of 2018-2022”

Anugerah Yuka Asmara (BRIN)

13. Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan

“Socio-economic impact of renewable energy on communities”

Muhammad Almaududi Pulungan (Telekom University)

14. Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan

“Green Synthesis of Nickel Oxide Doped Copper Oxide Using Waste Peel for Photocatalytic Degradation of Textile Dyes and Pharmaceutical Drugs”

Roshafima binti Rasit Ali (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)

15. ASEAN, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam

“Mapping the Challenges and Opportunities in Achieving Sustainable Implementation of Renewable Energy in ASEAN”

Amira Bilqis (ASEAN Centre for Energy)

16. Malaysia, Thailand and Japan

“Techno-economics/Environmental/Societal/Governmental (TESG) evaluation of thermochemical conversion of oil palm residues to alternative energies for ASEAN region”

Bridgid Chin Lai Fui (Curtin University Malaysia)

17. Laos and Japan

“Design and Testing on Hot Water Generation by Solar Energy With Venturi Application”

Xayalak Vilaida (National University of Laos)


Bioresources & Biodiversity (WP3)
18. Malaysia and Indonesia

“Development of extremophilic microbes on core-shell composites for ecofriendly wastewater treatment”

Tony Hadibarats (Curtin University Malaysia)

19. Thailand, Indonesia and Japan

“Kaempferia galanga rhizome as source of heavy drugs”

Zetryana Puteri Tachrim (BRIN)

20. Indonesia, Malaysia and Japan

“The Versatile Platform of Lignin Nanocarriers Loaded with Essential Oil as an Active Substance and its Potential as an Alternative Herbicide towards Selected Weeds

Witta Kartika Restu (BRIN)

21. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea and Japan

“Harnessing potential fungal and bacterial isolates for biodegradation of new and emerging pollutants: textile dyes, antibiotics and microplastics, in ASEAN countries”

Dede Heri Yuli Yanto (BRIN)

22. Indonesia, Malaysia and Japan

“Development of environmentally-safe bait system for sustainable termite management based on lignocellulosic-biomass waste”

Khoirul Himmi Setiawan (BRIN)


Disaster Prevention and Risk Reduction (WP4)
23. Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Japan

“Peatland Restoration and Haze Disaster Mitigation as Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation”

Kosuke Mizuno (Universitas Indonesia)

24. Thailand and Lao PDR

“Automatic Forest Fire Detection System to Reduce Haze Pollution in the Transboundary Area between Northern  Thailand and Lao PDR”

Kanokvate Tungpimoirut (NSTDA-NECTEC)

25. Indonesia, Malaysia and Japan

“Analysis of Haze Concentration in Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) Caused by Forest Fires for Smart City based on Internet of Things Technology”

Evizal Abdul Kadir (Universitas Islam Riau)

26. Malaysia and Vietnam

”Precision Early Warning System using Internet-of-Thing for Forest Fire in Peatland”

Normaizatulakmar Rahmat (Curtin University Malaysia)

27. Thailand

“Predictive Analysis and Application for Wildfire and Haze Warning and Monitoring System Using Machine Learning Algorithms”

Natt Leelawat (Chulalongkorn University)

28. Malaysia, Philippines and Japan

“Development of Flood Damage Estimation Method for Rice Crops for Malaysia’s Paddy Condition – Case Study: Kota Belud, Sabah”

Faizah Che Roe (Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology)

29. Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan

“Development of Flash Flood Forecasting via Machine Learning for Early Warning and Monitoring System in ASEAN region”

Fitri Yakub (Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology)

30. Malaysia, Indonesia and Japan

“Preliminary Testing: Development of Runoff Deflector and Testing of Nano-Material-Sensors to Reduce Sedimentation and Pollutants to Streams”

Kogila Vani Annammala (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)

31. Vietnam

“Prediction of landslide hazard using LS-RAPID model. A case study in Tia Dinh area (Dien Bien province, Vietnam)”

Nguyễn Hoang Ninh (Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources)