Introducing Indra Yohanes Kiling, GoLive Indonesia Project Coordinator.

GoLive Indonesia congratulates Indra Yohanes Kiling on his appointment as our new GoLive Indonesia Project Coordinator.

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Left to right: Prof. Christopher Findlay, Gracia Girsang and Indra Yohanes Kiling.

Indra’s appointment is announced as part of the 4th Indonesia Research Day, 7 April 2017 at Ingkarni Wardli Conference Room, the University of Adelaide. Indra takes up the baton of Project Coordinator from Gracia Girsang. He is currently a PhD student at the School of Psychology, Faculty of Health and Medical Science, The University of Adelaide.

In this occasion, Prof. Christopher Findlay, GoLive Indonesia co-founder, formally announces the change in command and begins the procession by showing his appreciation and acknowledgement towards Gracia‘s effort, dedication and commitment the past three years. He then welcomes and expresses his enthusiasm and support for Indra, as the third generation of GoLive Indonesia Coordinator, and his team for the years to come.

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Indra Yohanes Kiling – GoLive Indonesia Project Coordinator

In addition, Prof. Findlay believes that GoLive Indonesia and the Indonesia Research Day is an institution of the University of Adelaide and hopes this will continue to serve as a platform for dialogue and discussion on Indonesia. He emphasises the importance of perpetuating aspects of GoLive activities (the blog, physical events and social media use) moving forward, especially in utilising these strategies as a virtuous cycle for GoLive Indonesia endeavour.

Again congratulations Gracia and Indra! Thank you very much for the hard work and collaboration effort. We look forward to advancing GoLive Indonesia under the new leadership.

Photos courtesy of Vidi Valianto. 

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4th Indonesia Research Day Panelist: Didik Agus Suwarsono

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Didik Agus Suwarsono is currently a master student in Environmental Management at Flinders University. He received Bachelor Degree in Fishing Technology from Jakarta Fisheries University in 2009. Trainings and workshops in technical and managerial skills were successfully completed including SEAFDEC Regional Workshop on Offshore Fisheries in Southeast Asian Waters (Thailand, 2013); SEAFDEC Training Course and Workshop on Offshore and High Sea Fisheries Management in Indonesia (Indonesia, 2013); ASEAN-WEN and Freeland Foundation Workshop on Marine Special Investigation Group (MSIG) in Cebu, (Filipina, 2014); Training Workshop on Vessel Inspection and Enforcement Measures Against IUU Fishing Activities (Singapore, 2015)

He worked as seamen in Japanese Carrier Vessel from 2009 to 2010. In 2011, he joined the Ministry of Marine Affairs in Fisheries (MMAF) as surveillance planning officers in Directorate General of Marine and Fisheries Resources Surveillance. He has experiences on Evaluation of fishing vessel compliance in Indonesia and Regional Fisheries Management Organisations (RFMOs), Arafura-Timor Sea Sub-Regional Working Group, Indonesia-Australia Fisheries Surveillance Forum (IAFSF) and Supporting Team of Analysis and Evaluation of Ex-Foreign Fishing Vessel in Indonesia.

His research interests were focused on fisheries policy study, socio-economic impact of fisheries policy, community based surveillance, fisheries compliances and IUU Fishing issues.

In this year’s IRD, Didik Agus Suwarsono collaborated with Kurniawan (Master of Aquaculture Flinders University) and Vitas Atmadi Prakoso (MMAF Researcher) will elaborate on global maritime fulcrum (GMF) vision based on aquaculture perspective. This study will reveal the challenges and alternative solutions of Indonesia aquaculture development in supporting GMF vision.

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4th Indonesia Research Day Schedule

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For your curiosity, this is our schedule for tomorrow’s 4th Indonesia Research Day. Don’t forget to bring your Eventbrite ticket!

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4th Indonesia Research Day Keynote Presenter: Professor Deborah Turnbull

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Deborah Turnbull is an active teacher and researcher and combines these roles with senior administration activities at The University of Adelaide. She chairs the Gender Equity and Diversity Committee and sits on the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health Management Committee, as well as serving on Council of the Kathleen Lumley College. She also chairs the Board of the Hut Community Centre. She teaches across all levels of psychology and is active in supervision of students enrolled in higher degrees by research.

She has wide experience in mental health issues and in 4th Indonesia Research Day, she will discuss on how Indonesia could improve mental health services in order to ensure the completion of a comprehensive mental revolution in the nation.

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Ben Moseley talks about Maluku

Similar to previous years, GoLive Indonesia will be showing videos of recent research done on Indonesia leading to  our 4th Indonesia Research Day, 7 April 2017.

We proudly introduce Benjamin Moseley, PhD Candidate at the Department of History of University of Hawai’i at Mānoa and student affiliate at the East-West Center in Honolulu, USA talks about his Indonesian journey and his research on Maluku, Eastern Indonesia.”

See the video via our YouTube channel below:

GoLive Indonesia would like to thanks Ben for his time and other parties supporting the production of this video. 

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Daniel Pham talks about Meditation – Indonesian Ancient Architecture

Similar to previous years, GoLive Indonesia will be showing videos of recent research done on Indonesia leading to  our 4th Indonesia Research Day, 7 April 2017.

We proudly introduce Daniel Pham, a Ph.D student at the Department of History University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, USA. Dan shares his Ph.D research on meditation as part of Indonesian Ancient Architecture and his project to built a digital archive of temples in Indonesia. See the video via our YouTube channel below:

GoLive Indonesia would like to thanks Dan for his time and other parties supporting the production of this video. 

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Anis Hamidati talks about maintaining familial communication for International Students

Similar to previous years, GoLive Indonesia will be showing videos of recent research done on Indonesia leading to  our 4th Indonesia Research Day, 7 April 2017.

We proudly introduce Anis Hamidati, an Indonesian scholar and The Indonesian Ministry of Education Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI)  scholarship recipient currently studying at the East-West Center, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Honolulu, USA. Anis shares her Ph.D research on how International students maintain familial communications with the use of technology. See the video via our YouTube channel below:

 

GoLive Indonesia would like to thanks Anis for her time and other parties supporting the production of this video. 

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