Dr Dwinanti Rika Marthanty

This project aims to develop biophysical pathways for Indonesian cities to transition including flood mitigation strategies through infrastructure adaptation modelling, and urban designs scenarios at metro and local scales that integrate selected green infrastructures.

Economy: Indonesia

Partnering Australian Institution: Monash University

Project Title: Development of a leapfrogging strategy for Bogor City towards becoming Water Sensitive City

Project Outline:

The project is entitled Development of leapfrogging strategies for Bogor towards becoming Water Sensitive City, and aims to develop biophysical pathways for Indonesian cities to transition including flood mitigation strategies through infrastructure adaptation modelling, and urban designs scenarios at metro and local scales that integrate selected green infrastructures.

Reasons for applying for fellowship:

The fellowship gives us recognition and trust with financial supports. Its reputation attracts more attentions to our research works and collaboration between Indonesia and Australia. I hope that we can learn from Australia's advancements, Indonesia’s uniqueness, and share our thoughts and works for a better future in both countries.

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