Events

Upcoming events (for further enquiry please contact golive.moderator@gmail.com).

 

Also visit  ‘Research Workshops’ page to find more about our special research workshop programs.

Past events:

2017

  • GoLive Indonesia July Discussion Series – 7 July 2017. “The Importance of New Learning Experience for International Students: The Design and Delivery of a Customised Applied Research Project and Graduate Outcomes” by Dr Barry Elsey and Dr Amina Omarova, The University of Adelaide.
  • GoLive Indonesia May Discussion Series – 5 May 2017. “The Learning Experience of International Students in an Australian University: A Case Study of Indonesian Public Servants doing a Double Degree Masters” by Dr Barry Elsey and Dr Amina Omarova, The University of Adelaide.
  • GoLive Indonesia Research Workshop – 8 April 2017. “Introduction to NVivo” by Ani Suryani, University of South Australia.
  • The 4th Indonesia Research Day – 7 April 2017.
  • GoLive Indonesia March Discussion Series – 10 March 2017. “Scholarship in Australia and Facilitating Collaboration of Returning Alumni in Indonesia” by several speakers.
  • Networking Event of GoLive Indonesia & School of Education The University of Adelaide – 10 February 2017.

2016

2015

2014

  • PPIA SA – GoLive Indonesia Discussion series “The Heralds of Indonesia’s New Government: Economy and Foreign Policy Issues” – 7 November 2014 – Nunung Nuryartono (Lecturer at Bogor agricultural University – Indonesia) on “The Indonesian Economy: Challenges and Opportunities”and Muhammad Taufan SH, LL.M (PhD candidate of School of Law at Flinders University) on “Foreign Policy in Indonesia’s New Administration”, moderated by Dr. Risti Permani (lecturer & researcher at Global Food Studies University of Adelaide)
  • PPIA SA & Golive Indonesia 69thIndopendence Day – Dirgahayu Indonesiaku – 17th August 2014 at Goodwood Community Centre – presenting Pandji, a stand-up comedian.
  • GoLive Indonesia – PPIA SA Indonesia Research Day 2014 – 23 April 2014 – Ani Wilujeng Suryani, Asma Sembiring, Daudi Lazarus, Wan Nishfa Dewi, Fadillah Amin, Ruth Widiastuti, Syarifah Amaliah and Yessi Peranginangin with various range of research topics.
  • PPIA SA – GoLive Indonesia Seminar – 21st March 2014 – Bima Arya (Mayor of Bogor, Indonesia) on “The Future of Indonesian political economy: role of young people” (Moderator: Wawan Sobari, Phd Candidate Filders University).
  • GoLive Indonesia – Bogor Agricultural University Conference “Driving change through research on the Indonesian development agenda”- 14th March 2014 – Iman Sugema (a senior researcher at INTERCAFE), Dr. Nunung Nuryartono (Director of INTERCAFE).
  • PPIA SA-GoLive “Adelaide I’m Coming” event – 16th February 2014 – Goodwood Community Centre.
  • GoLive Indonesia representative (Dr. Risti Permani) met with the IPB delegation – 28 January 2014. Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) delegation including IPB Rector Prof. Herry Suhardiyanto, Vice rector for research and international collaboration Prof. Anas M. Fauzi, Head of Economics Postgraduate program and Director of International Centre for Applied Finance and Economics (INTERCAFE) Dr. Nunung Nuryartono, and several new students from Indonesia who will commence their study in dual-degree Master of Applied Economics program.

2013

  • GoLive Indonesia goes to Canberra! The 2013 PhD conference on Indonesian and Development Studies on 19 November 2013. More info here.
  • GoLive Indonesia-IPGRC joint contemporary Indonesia discussion series – 24 October 2013 – Dr Arianto Patunru (Australian National University) on local governance outcomes and issues.
  • GoLive Indonesia-IPGRC joint contemporary Indonesia discussion series – 18 October 2013 – Prof Vedi Hadiz (Murdoch University) on A New Islamic Populism and the Contradictions of Development.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #15 on 10th October 2013. Hilda Cahyani (Phd Student, School of Education, the University of South Australia) presented her research about “Empirical enquiries: a reflection of fieldwork practice”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #14 on (Thursday) 26th September 2013 at 1.00-2.00pm. Ikhwan Muhammad (Postgraduate student – Master of Occupational Health and Safety Management, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Population Health, the University of Adelaide) presented his research about “Staying alive at work: Health hazzard assessment of foundry”. See the summary here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #13 on (Thursday) 19th September 2013 at 9.30am-12.30pmDr Elvia Shauki gave a talk on “Admnistering, Managing and Writing up Literature Reviews using NVivo10 and EndNote 7”. Visit ‘Research Workshops’ page to download workshop materials.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #12 on (Thursday) 12th September 2013 at 1.00-2.00pm. Amelia Maika (Phd Student, Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Population Health, Discipline of Public Health the University of Adelaide) presented her research about “Socioeconomic Inequality in Indonesian Children’s Cognitive Function: From A Decomposition Analysis to A Marginal Structural Model”. Read her abstract here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #11 on (Thursday) 29th August 2013 at 1.00-2.00pm. Ahmad Khumaidi (Phd Student, Flinders Law School, Flinders University) presented his research about “Transit Country’s Challenges on Migrant Smuggling: Exploring gaps in Indonesia’s law enforcement response”. Read his abstract here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #10 on (Wednesday) 17 July 2013. Syarifah Amaliah, currently doing Masters program  at School of Economics, University of Adelaide presented her work on “Log Export Ban Policy in Indonesia: An Economic and Environmental Assessment”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #9 on (Thursday) 11th of July 2013. Nanang Rokhadi (Phd Student The University of Adelaide) will present his research about “A novelty systemic approach in testing intelligence electronic device of SEL-421 distance relay”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #8 on (Thursday) 6 June 2013. Wahida, Researcher at Indonesian Center for Agriculture and Socio-Economic and Policy Studies (ICASEPS) and currently PhD scholar at Global Food Studies, University of Adelaide talked about “Designing and Implementing a Quantitative Survey: Notes from fieldwork in Indonesia”. Read her blog post here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #7 on (Thursday) 23 May 2013. Ani Wilujeng Suryani, Lecturer at Accounting Department, Universitas Negeri Malang and currently PhD scholar at University of South Australia talked about “Factors influencing accounting students’ career choice: An application of theory of planned behaviour”. See her abstract: Abstract_Ani Suryani.
  • PPIA South Australia Discussion Forum on (Friday) 17 May 2013 on “Challenges and opportunities for Indonesia-Australia relationship” presenting Denny Lesmana and Widyo Rahmanto from Indonesian Embassy in Canberra.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #6 on (Friday) 10 May 2013. Dr Elvia Shauki, Lecturer at UniSA Business School, University of South Australia presented “Mixed Methods Research: How to Integrate Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches in the Social and Behavioral Sciences” and “Qualitative Analysis Using NVivo 10”.” Workshop materials:
  • PPIA Academic workshop #5 on (Friday) 3 May 2013. Associate Professor Andrew Rosser, ARC Future Fellow at Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre, University of Adelaide presented his work on “Legal Mobilisation and Access to Justice in Indonesia: Insights from the Struggle Over International Standard Schools”
  • PPIA Academic workshop #3 on (Friday) 26 April 2013. Yahya Thamrin, Lecturer at University of Hasanuddin Makassar Indonesia and currently a PhD Scholar in Public Health at University of Adelaide presented his work on ” International Students as Young Migrant Workers in South Australia – Role of University in OHS Awareness and Education”
  • PPIA Academic workshop #2 on (Friday) 12 April 2013. Anang Sujoko, PhD Scholar at School of Communication, International Studies and Languages, University of South Australia presented his work on ” How media work and Diversity of Media = Diversity of Content?”. Read his blog post here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #1 on (Thursday)  28 March 2013. Burhanuddin, PhD Scholar at School of Education, University of Adelaide presented his work on “Staff leadership in Indonesian university governance”.

 2012

  • PPIA Academic workshop #9 on (Wednesday) 21 November 2012. Dias Satria, PhD Scholar at School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, University of Adelaide presented his work on “Artisan tuna fishers: A preliminary research on artisan fishing economics in East Java Indonesia”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #8 on (Monday) 5 November 2012: Ardian Wahyu Setiawan, PhD Scholar at School of Education, University of Adelaide presented his work on “Virtual Image Elicitation: an Innovative Method for Exploring Racial/Stereotypical Issues in Research”. See report here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #7 on (Monday) 29 October 2012, 12 midday- 1.30pm: Dr. Ronnie S. Natawidjaja from the University of Padjajaran talked about agricultural transformation in Indonesia. See report here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #6 on (Thursday) 4 October 2012Nicholas Minot, Senior Research Fellow at International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) talked about “Research and sampling design”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #5 on (Wednesday) 3 October 2012: Julian Tunstill shared his experience participating at Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program through a presentation entitled “Two months in Riau: An Australian student’s perspective of life in Indonesia”. See his article here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #4 on (Wednesday)  31 May 2012. Poppy Arsil, a Phd scholar at  University of Adelaide, Australia presented her work on “The Development of Local Food System in Indonesia: A Policy Perspective”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #3 on (Wednesday)  16 May 2012.  Parada Hutauruk, a Phd scholar at Discipline of Physics, University of Adelaide, Australia presented his work on”Recent Development Research on Nuclear Physics in Indonesia and its impact”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #2 on (Wednesday) 9 May 2012. Evi Sofiyah, a Phd scholar at Discipline of Geography, Environment and Population, University of Adelaide, Australia, presented her work on “The Footprint of Anthropogenic Activities in Jakarta Bay”. See her article here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #1 on (Thursday) 19 April 2012. Handoyo, a Phd scholar at Discipline of Linguistics, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide, Australia, presented his work on “Writing Scholarly Abstracts in English: Positioning Writerly Voices”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop #10 on (Wednesday)14 March 2012. Ika Windiarti, a PhD candidate at Defence System Institute (DASI), University of South Australia presented her work on “Cross-cultural leadership in the implementation of systems engeneering process: A study of Indonesian expatriate engineers”. See her article here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#9 on (Wednesday) 29 February 2012.  Aris Hairmansis, PhD candidate at the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics (ACPFG), the University of Adelaide presented his work on “Transgenic approaches for better foods in a changing climate” (click to read the background paper). See the post-workshop summary here.

2011

  • PPIA Academic workshop#8 on (Wednesday) 7 December 2011: Chandra Wibowo, a graduate of Master in Applied Economics (Public Policy) who was the former president of PPIA UofA in the 2010-2011 period, presented his work “A Rethinking of Indonesia’s Poverty Reduction Strategies”. See the post-workshop summary here.
  • Special workshop on 30 November 2011: M Mustopa Romdhon, a PhD candidate at Sriwijaya University who was also a visiting scholar at School of Economics University of Adelaide, presented his research on “Economic efficiency of rice farm in Bengkulu”.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#7 on  22 November 2011: Agus Majid, a PhD candidate in Humanities and Social Science at the University of Adelaide, presented his work “Migration from Indonesia – Developmental Implication for Indonesia”?
  • PPIA Academic workshop#6 on (Tuesday) 1 November 2011: Hery Toiba, a PhD candidate of School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide, presented his work “Indonesian Consumers’ Choices of Food Retail Formats: Are Traditional Food Retailers being “Crowded Out”? See the post-workshop summary here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#5 on 18 October 2011: Sahara, a PhD candidate of School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide, presented her work ” Determinants of Chilli Farmers Participation at Supermarket Channles and Its Impacts on Income”. See the post-workshop summary here.
  • GoLive goes to Bogor!: GoLive Indonesia visited Bogor Agricultural University to gain support from young Indonesian researchers and students on 11 August 2011 .
  • PPIA Academic Workshop #4 on 10 August 2011: Uwe Kaufmann – Research Scholar at the School of Economics of the University of Adelaide talked about Fairtrade from Pacific’s Perspectives and how similar negative issue might be affecting Indonesia. See post-workshop blog post here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#3 on 13 July 2011: Professor Colin Rogers talked about the Euro problems and the implications of this problem for the Asian region. See post-workshop blog post here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#2 on 14 June 2011: the workshop was held a day after the World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia in Jakarta. Risti Permani, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at School of Economics at the University of Adelaide gave an introduction of the WEF and attempted to stimulate discussion related to the WEF on East Asia’s four key areas. See her slides here.
  • PPIA Academic workshop#1 on 24 May 2011: Wahida, a PhD candidate of School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide presented issues on Indonesian wheat production, See post-workshop blog post by Risti Permani here.
  • Social media networking workshops with Mike Seyfang on 20 April 2011 aiming at presenting participants how to use social media networking including blogs, twitter and facebook to contribute to the project and their own professional development.
  • The GoLive Indonesia project’s  first ever workshop on 28 March 2011. Prof Christopher Findlay of School of Economics at the University of Adelaide gave an overview of the importance of promoting discussions on economic integration. Mike Seyfang presented his ideas about how to use social media networking strategies to promote the project.

We welcome your ideas and contribution to the progress of this project. Please email the blog moderator Risti Permani for further enquiry (golive.moderator@gmail.com).

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9 responses to “Events

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  2. mustopa

    There had been so many article presenting by speaker from students expert, should it be documented in a formal books or proceedings? then, as in Indonesia it is much worth for lecturer, researcher, …..

    good luck …

  3. Thanks for your suggestion Pak Mustopa, producing a compilation of our articles is definitely one of our considerations for the next step. Meanwhile, we would welcome your article contribution, see the ‘ABOUT GOLIVE INDONESIA’ page to know how. Selamat berkarya!

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