Ms A. (Annisa) Triyanti MSc
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
GPIO : Governance and Inclusive Development
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166 Room number: B4.01
1001 NC Amsterdam
Annisa Triyanti is a PhD candidate in the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) at the Geography, Planning,and International Development, Programme Group of Governance and Inclusive Development started in 2014. She is originally from Indonesia and currently working as a junior lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, Faculty of Geography Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. Her focus is in Human Geography especially in the field of coastal disaster management. She obtained her bachelor (B.Sc) in Environmental Geography from UGM Indonesia in 2011 and completed her master (M.Sc) from the Master Program on Planning and Management of Coastal Area and Watershed (MPPDAS) Faculty of Geography UGM, Indonesia and Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics, Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany in 2013. Her master thesis is in the topic of the role of social capital for coastal protection in Central Java, Indonesia.
Her current PhD research topic focuses on coastal disaster governance, with case studies of coastal area of Central Java, Indonesia and Tamil Nadu, India by the funding of LPDP Scholarship, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia. She will mainly focus on the interactive governance aspect of coastal disaster under the supervision of Prof. Maarten Bavinck and Prof. Joyeeta Gupta. Her main area of interest is in the topics of coastal disaster, social capital, and governance.
Master of Science in Management and Planning of Coastal Area and Watershed (cum laude) - Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia - Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany (2011-2013)
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geography (cum laude) - Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia (2007-2011)
- Socio-ecological approach and GIS technology in disaster risk reduction: a multi-disciplinary studies in the analysis of coastal flooding in Pekalongan, Faculty of Geography UGM, Yogyakarta (Indonesia) (2012)
-The Role of Local Wisdom and Social Capital in Disaster Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development of Coastal Area: Integration Between Environmental, Disaster, and Socio-Cultural Study, Faculty of Geography UGM, Yogyakarta (2012)
-Water and Irrigation Management in Fayoum, Egypt, Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany and Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt (2012)
Grants and Awards
- Third prize for young scientist best presentation at Adaptation Futures 2016. Title of presentation: Governing coastal disaster risk reduction in Indonesia and India: comparative perspectives of engineered infrastructure and nature-based solutions (2016)
- Scholarship holder of LPDP (Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education), Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia for 4-years full time Doctoral Degree in University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2014-2018)
- Scholarship holder of "Beasiswa Unggulan" Scholarship Program for 2 years-full Master Degree in Master Program on Planning and Management of Coastal Area and Watershed, UGM, The Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia (2011-2013)
- Scholarship holder of Japan Student Services Organization-JASSO- Laboratory Work, Chiba University, Japan in TWINCLE Program, July 2013
- Scholarship holder of DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Germany, in MSc program, ITT-Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany (2012-2013)
- The First Winner of Student Technology and Innovation Competition 2010, Indonesia
- Šakić Trogrlić, R., Cumiskey, L., Triyanti, A., Duncan, M. J., Eltinay, N., Hogeboom, R. J., ... Murray, V. (2017). Science and Technology Networks: A Helping Hand to Boost Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030? International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 8(1), 100-105. DOI: 10.1007/s13753-017-0117-x [details]
- Triyanti, A., Walz, Y., Marfai, M. A., Renaud, F., & Djalante, R. (2017). Ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction in Indonesia: Unfolding challenges and opportunities. In R. Djalante, M. Garschagen, F. Thomalla, & R. Shaw (Eds.), Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia: Progress, Challenges, and Issues (pp. 445-467). (Disaster Risk Reduction). Cham: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-54466-3_18 [details]
- Triyanti, A., Bavinck, J. M., Gupta, J., & Marfai, A. A. (2017). Social capital, interactive governance and coastal protection: the effectiveness of mangrove ecosystem-based strategies in promoting inclusive development in Demak, Indonesia. Ocean & Coastal Management, 150, 3-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.10.017
- Marfai, M. A., Rahayu, E., & Triyanti, A. (2015). Peran Kearifan Lokal dan Modal Sosial Dalam Pengurangan Risiko Bencana dan Pembangunan Pesisir [The Role of Local Wisdom and Social Capital In Disaster Risk Reduction and Development of Coastal Area]. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press.
- Baiquni, M., & Triyanti, A. (2014). Modal Sosial dalam Manajemen Bencana Banjir Rob di Kabupaten Demak- (En/ Social Capital in Tidal Flood Disaster Management in Demak District). In R. Rijanta, D. R. Hizbaron, & M. Baiquni (Eds.), Modal Sosial dalam Manajemen Bencana (En/Social Capital in Disaster Management) (pp. 83-109). Yogyakarta: UGM Press.
- Marfai, M. A., & Triyanti, A. (2012). Flood Disaster Management Based On Community (Comparative Study Of Jakarta And Surakarta City). In J. Sartohadi, J. R. Pokharel, U. M. Nehren, G. Fernandez, & S. Sandholz (Eds.), Proceeding of Joint Scientific Program on Ecosystem Based Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 93-102). Yogyakarta: Faculty of Geography UGM Indonesia and Center for Natural Resources and Development Germany.
- Triyanti, A., & Chu, E. (2016). An Ecosystem Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction: The Challenges of Multilevel Governance. New York: United Nations, Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform. [details]
- Marfai, M. A., Ward, P., Tobing, A., & Triyanti, A. (2013). Jakarta. In A. Molenaar, J. Aerts, P. Dircke, & M. Ikert (Eds.), Connecting delta cities. - 3: Resilient cities and climate adaptation strategies (pp. 66-75). Rotterdam: City of Rotterdam.