PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE


TimeSchedule

08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-08:40 Opening by MC & Pray
08:40-08:50 TDMRC Report on AIWEST-DR 2016
08:50-09:05 Opening Speech by the Rector of Syiah Kuala University
Keynote Speech
09:05-09:35 Keynote Speaker 1: Prof. Dr. Fumihiko Imamura (Tohoku University) “University Role toward International DRR: Actions of IRIDeS of Tohoku University”
09:35-10:05 Keynote Speaker 2: Prof. Dr. Philip LF. Liu (NUS, Singapore) “Wave Damping through a Coastal Forest”
10:05-10:15 MoU Signing: IRIDeS of Tohoku University, TDMRC of Syiah Kuala University, and Aceh Tsunami Museum
10:15-10:25 Plaquatte Handover
10:25-10:35 Doa (Recital of short prayer), dr. Ichsan
Photo Session
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break & Expo
Panel Session on Theme Sustainable Tsunami Disaster Recovery: from Planning and real Challenges I
Moderator: Dr. Khairul Munadi
11:00-11:15 Prof. Dr. Hiroyuki Yamamoto, “Towards Building Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia with Networking Researchers, Practitioners and Information. “
11:15-11:30 Dr. Ir. M. Dirhamsyah, Aceh Provincial Disaster Management Agency (Advisory Board), ” the Challenges in Sustaining Tsunami Recovery in Aceh”
11:30-11:45 Drs. Rahmadani, M.Bus, “Past Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster and Dark Tourism Emergence: Future Community’s Disaster Resilience and Memory Protection”
11:45-12:20 Questions and Answers
12:20-13:30 Lunch Break
Panel Session on Theme “Sustainable Tsunami Disaster Recovery: from Planning and real Challenges II”
Moderator: Dr. Ella Meilianda
13:30-13:50 Prof. Dr. Dinil Pushpalal, “A conceptual framework for evaluating tsunami resilience”
13:50-14:10 Prof. Dr. Alexander Fekete, “Effects and persistence of recovery efforts after extreme events”
14:10-14:30 Dr. Harkunti P. Rahayu, “Building Tsunami Resilience Through Pre and Post Evacuation Planning”
14:30-15:00 Questions and Answers
15:00-15:15 Coffee Break & Expo
Panel Session on Theme “The roles of disaster education to support tsunami mitigation”
Moderator: Teuku Alvisyahrin, PhD
15:15-15:35 Dr. Hizir Sofyan ” Disaster Risk Reduction Mainstreaming in Syiah Kuala University”
15:35-15:55 Prof. Dr. Yasuo TANAKA “The role of Kobe University in Hanshin- Awaji Earthquake Recovery”
15:55-16:15 Dr. Aiko Sakurai “Profile of Disaster Education in Japan”
16:15-16:35 Rina Suryani Oktari, “Safe School Program Implementation in Indonesia: Challenges and Practices”
16:35-17:05 Questions and Answers
17:05-19:00 Coffee Break & Expo
19:30-22:00 Welcome Dinner and Announcement of Unsyiah Awards, TDMRC Awards, and Cultural Performances

 

Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Time Room Aceh 1 Room Aceh 2 Room Aceh 3
Technical Session on “Disaster Education and Preparedness” Technical Session on “Tsunami numerical modeling and their applications” Technical Session on “Applied Geosciences for DRR”
Moderator Dr. Aiko Sakurai Dr. Anawat Suppasri Dr. Nazli Ismail
08:40-09:00 TS-A1, Disaster reduction education to increase awareness against tsunami disasters in indonesia and japan – Mari Yasuda, et.al (IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B17, The Use of ID3 Algorithm in Decision Making Model for Tsunami Evacuation – A Case Study of Padang City – Harkunti P. Rahayu, et.al (ITB, Indonesia) TS-C1, Lightning Hazard Region Over The Maritime Continent Observed From Satellite And Climate Change Threat – Yopi Ilhamsyah, et.al (IPB, Indonesia)
09:00-09:20 TS-A2, Exploring the existing school-community network and enabling environment in enhancing community resilience to disaster – Rina Suryani Oktari, et.al (TDMRC, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-B2, Numerical simulations of the influence of land cover roughness on coastal morphological responses due to the 2004 indian ocean tsunami around ulee lheue bay, aceh – Tursina, et.al (TDMRC & Civil Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-C2, The pattern of spatial flood disaster región In dki jakarta – Mangapul Parlindungan Tambunan (Department Of Geography Faculty Of Mathematics And Natural Sciences University Of Indonesia, Indonesia)”
09:20-09:40 TS-A3, Integrated health education in disaster risk reduction: lesson learned from diseases outbreak following natural disasters in indonesia – Dyshelly Nurkartika Pascapurnama, (Irides, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B3,Numerical simulations of tsunami waves impacts on ulee lheue harbour in banda aceh-indonesia – Fachrurrazi et.al (TDMRC & Civil Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-C3, The Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Structures due to earthquake load using time history analysis method – Afifuddin M., Rahman, M.A., Ayuna, D. (Civil Engineering Dept. Syiah Kuala University)
09:40-10:00 TS-A4, Exploring minimum essentials for sustainable school disaster preparedness: a case of elementary schools in banda aceh city – Dr. Aiko Sakurai, et.al (IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B4, Impacts Of Morphological Changes Due To The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami On Land Use Recovery In Banda Aceh And Aceh Besar – Mirza Fahmi, et.al (TDMRC & Civil Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-C4, An Online Multi-Level Risk Mapping For Disaster Risk Management Information System (DRMIS) – Nasaruddin, et.al (Electrical Engineering Department, Syiah Kuala University)
10:40-10:20 TS-A14, Tsunami in the collective memory ; a reception study of the visitors of tsunami museum and pltd apung monument – Muzayin Nazaruddin and Lana Senja Indah (Dept. of Communication, Islamic University of Indonesia-Jogjakarta, Indonesia)” TS-B5, Towards a better resolution of mentawai seismic gap model By establishing a denser gps network in west sumatra – Ashar Muda Lubis, et.al (Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, Bengkulu University, Indonesia) TS-C5, Characteristics of the secondary active faults in central Aceh Derived from local earthquake data and geomorphology – U. Muksin and M. Muzli (Physics Dept. and TDMRC, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia)
10:20-10:35 Coffee Break & Expo Coffee Break & Expo Coffee Break & Expo
Technical Session on “Community’s Preparedness and Supports for A sustainable DRR” Technical Session on “Tsunami Sciences and Their Applications” Technical Session on “Applied Geosciences for DRR”
Moderators Rina Suryani Oktari Yopi Ilhamsyah Dr. Muksin Umar
10:35-10:55 TS-A7, Disaster Management Curricula: Strategy to Create Doctors with Disaster Resilience in Aceh, Indonesia – Wahyuniati, N., Maulana, R., and Ichsan, I. (Faculty of Medicine and TDMRC of Syiah Kuala University) TS-B6, Estimating equation of fatality ratio based on the 2011 great east japan tsunami for future tsunami loss assessment – Panon Latcharote, et.al (Irides, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-C6, Estimation of slip rate at sumani-suliki and sianok segments in the central part of the sumatran fault zone using gps surveys – – Ashar Muda Lubis, et.al (Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, Bengkulu University, Indonesia)
10:55-11:15 TS-A8, Increasing tsunami risk awareness via mobile application – Natt Leelawat, et.al (IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B7, Analysis tsunami disaster map using geographic information system (GIS) Aceh Singkil-Indonesia – Hasan Akhyar and Ahmad Farhan (Mechanical Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-C7, Preliminary Study On Earthquake Damage Assessment (Eda) In Different Earthquake Sources At University Of The Philippines, Los Banos (UPLB), Philippines – Ibnu Rusydy, et.al (TDMRC & Geological Engineering Dept., Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia)
11:15-11:35 TS-A9, Assessment of Post-Tsunami Disaster Recovery of Banda Aceh City as Windows of Opportunity for Sustainable Development – E. Meilianda, et.al (TDRMC, Syiah Kuala University) TS-B8, Analysis Of Routes Evacuation Tsunami In The North Pagai Island, Mentawai Island Regency, West Sumatra Province – Aprizon Putra, et.al (Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Indonesia) TS-C8, Science-practice nexus for landslide surveying: technical training for local government units in indonesia – Aperta Ledy Alam, et.al (Centre for Development of Human Resources Geology, Mineral and Coal, Indonesia)”
11:35-11:55 TS-A10, Local efforts to prevent the tsunami memories from fading away in post-2011 Tohoku, Japan – Takashi Oda (Center for Disaster Education & Future Design, Miyagi University of Education, Sendai, Japan) TS-B9, Coulomb Stress Analysis Of West Halmahera Earthquake Mw=7.2 To Mount Soputan And Gamalama Volcanic Activities – Sinaga, et.al (Physics Department, University of Sumatera Utara) TS-C9, Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy as a potential fast screening tool for sediment contamination in tsunami affected soil – Nasrullah Idris (Physics, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia)
11:55-13:50 Lunch Break Lunch Break Lunch Break
Technical Session on “Community based disaster risk reduction” Technical Session on “Recovery and Policy making for sustainable disaster risk reduction” Technical Session on “Sciences and ICT application in DRR”
 Moderators Dr. Yunita Idris Dr. Agus Nugroho Ardiansyah
13:50-14:10 TS-A11, The development of indigenous knowledge implemented model for community resilience to manage tsunami risk: case study of smong in simeulue island – Alfi Rahman, et.al (Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B10, Challenges regarding post disaster reconstruction after typhoon haiyan: from the perspective of long-term economic reconstruction – Mampei Hayashi, et.al (Asia Pacific Institute Of Research, OSAKA, Japan) TS-C10, Simulation of surface heat fluxes of typhoon songda (chedeng) 2011 using wrf arw model – Muhammad, et.al (Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia)
14:10-14:30 TS-A12, Giving voice to post-disaster communities: A postcolonial perspective on medical education in aceh and beyond – Rosaria Indah and Rina Suryani Oktari (Faculty Of Education And Social Work, University Of Sydney, Sydney, Australia) TS-B12, Relocation program following mega-disasters: what are implementation issues? – Mikio Ishiwatari (JICA, Japan) TS-C11, Risk assesment of climate change for risk disaster reduction program using quantile mapping in the aceh region – Adi Mulsandi and Miftahuddin (Meteorology Department, State College of Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia)
14:30-14:50 TS-A13, Improving community capacity to cope with flood through participatory mapping – Yantisa Akhadi and Elida Nurrohmah (Humanitarian Openstreetmap Team (HOT), Indonesia) TS-B13, Rethinking “build back better” in housing reconstruction: a proposal for “people centered housing recovery” – Elizabeth Maly (IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Japan) TS-B12, Ground magnetic survey to identify the weathered zone,
in Blang Bintang, Aceh, Indonesia – Muhammad Syukri, et.al (FMIPA, Syiah Kuala University)
14:50-15:10 TS-A6, Disaster preparedness among students in banda aceh a decade after 2004 tsunami; the role of creative media and peer education in improving disaster knowledge – Intan Dewi Kumala and Rina Suryani Oktari (TDMRC, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-B15, Inter-organizational network of disaster management in indonesia: evidence from multiple hazard – Mizan Bustanul Fuady Bisri (Kobe University, Japan) TS-C13, Development of Web GIS for Information Renewable Energy in Aceh Province after Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Process – Dr. Nizamuddin (Syiah Kuala University)
15:10-15:30 TS-A15, Economic policy for post-disaster recovery and disaster mitigation ; lessons from aceh tsunami – Nazamuddin (Dept. Of Development Economics, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) TS-B20, Inter-University Collaborative Class Implementation: A Model for Disaster Risk Reduction Partnership in Higher Education – Teuku Alvisyahrin, et.al (Syiah Kuala University) TS-C14, Development of System for Digital Archive Tsunami Aceh, Nizamuddin et al. (Syiah Kuala University and IRIDeS-Tohoku University)
15:30-16:10 Coffee Break & Expo Coffee Break & Expo Coffee Break & Expo
 Technical Session on “Ensuring a sustainable recovery process” Technical Session on “Recovery and Policy making for sustainable disaster risk reduction” Students FORUM
Moderator dr. Ichsan Alfi Rahman Ella Meilianda, Teuku Alvisyahrin and Yasuhito JIBIKI
16:10-16:30 TS-A16, Exposed by the Tsunami: What can we learn from Simeulue to Improve Disaster Risk Reduction Behavior – Stephen A. Sutton, (Charles Darwin University-Australia) TS-B17, Disaster budgeting of banda aceh’s local government: trends and analysis of post-tsunami aceh 2004 – Rina Suryani Oktari (TDMRC, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) STUDENTS FORUM
16:30-16:50 TS-A17, Green City Banda Aceh: City Planning Approaches Environmental Aspects – Azhar Abdullah Arif (FT, Unsyiah) TS-B18, Role of TWINSEA Network in Coastal Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in South Eart Asia – Irina (LIPI, Indonesia) STUDENTS FORUM
16:50-17:10 TS-A18, The Role of Memorial in The Sustainable Building of Post-disaster Communities – View from the Greatest Japan Earthquake and Tsunami – Sebastian P. Boret (Tohoku Univ. Japan) TS-B19, Preliminary Forecast of Extreme Waves Return Period Based on Decadal Wave Records at The Northern Coast of Aceh Province – Zarra Hanzura (Syiah Kuala University) STUDENTS FORUM
17:10-17:30 TS-A19, Land Cover And Soil Erosion Estimation Of Production Forest In Mount Seulawah During Logging Moratorium – Yusnidar Sinambela, et.al (Syiah Kuala University) TS-B16, Asessment on disaster risk reduction policies and institutional changes in aceh after 10-year of the 2004 indian ocean tsunami – Syamsidik, et.al (TDMRC, Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia) STUDENTS FORUM
17:30-18:00 Closing Ceremony Closing Ceremony Closing Ceremony
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Field Trip.