M. Bobby Rahman, ST., M.Si (Han), Ph.D. (Can).

Name : M. Bobby Rahman, ST., M.Si (Han), Ph.D. (Can).
Email : mbobby@pwk.itera.ac.id
Academic Position : Assistant Lecturer (Asisten Ahli)
Google Scholar Link : https://scholar.google.be/citations?user=_O3bUOwAAAAJ&hl=en
Research interests : Urban-Regional Political Ecology, Socio-Ecological System, Disaster Management, Spatial Planning

 

Delivered Subjects in Urban and Regional Planning Department – ITERA:

  1. Regional Planning
  2. Planning and Disaster Aspects
  3. Introduction of Urban and Regional Planning
  4. Planning and Politics
  5. Urban Planning

Researches:

Finished

  1. The Study of Sea and Coastal Potential Mapping to Support Lampung as Indonesia Maritime Axis. Lampung Province and ITERA Co-working Research. 2016.
  2. Land Price Dynamics of Institut Teknologi Sumatera (ITERA) Campus. Self-funded Research. 2015.
  3. The Characteristics of Goods and Services Provider Revenue in the Higher Education Area in Jatinangor, Sumedang, West Java, Indonesia. Self-funded Research. 2015.
  4. The Identification of Community Resilience Characteristics in the Face of Volcanic Eruption in the National Security Framework. Master Thesis Research. 2012. Universitas Pertahanan (Unhan)
  5. The Mitigation of Medical Waste Transportation. Bachelor thesis. 2009. Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB).

On-Going project

  1. Yogyakarta Urban Inequality: An insight from informal-traditional enterprises, Yogyakarta – Indonesia. The Ministry of Higher Education-funded research. 2019.
  2. Reframing spatial and socio-cultural adaptive capacity in post-disaster contexts: a socioecological approach. Ph.D. project funded by The Ministry of Finance (LPDP). 2016-2020.

Academic Presentations or Seminars

  1. Negotiating risk through spatial planning: Merapi 2010 post-disaster development. Planning and Development Research Group Seminar. KU Leuven. (Forthcoming) January 2020.
  2. It is okay; we are safe. The Social Construction of New Yogyakarta International Airport. The 4th Disaster Risk Reduction Conference. The University of Warsaw. Poland. (Forthcoming) October 2019.
  3. Post-disaster Recovery as Socio-Ecological and Socio-Political Construct: Responses to the 2010 Merapi Eruption as a Case Study. The 8th International Conference on Building Resilience. Lisbon-Portugal. November 2018.
  4. Post-disaster Recovery as Socio-Ecological and Socio-Political Construction: Responses to the 2010 Merapi Eruption as a Case Study. Planning and Development Research Group Seminar. KU Leuven. October 2018.
  5. Social Innovation in Disaster Risk Management: Fostering Socio-Culturally and Spatially Adaptive Capacity in Volcanic Hazard. European Module of Spatial Planning Development (EMSDP). KU Leuven, Leuven-Belgium. April 2017.
  6. Community Resilience: Learning from Mt Merapi Eruption 2010. CITIES 2015 International Conference: Intelligent Planning Towards Smart Cities. Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya-Indonesia. November 2015.

Workshops and Trainings

  1. The Workshop of Planning and Disaster Management Plan Integration. The Ministry of Land and Spatial Planning. 2018.
  2. European Module of Spatial Planning Development (EMSDP). Leuven-Belgium. 2017.
  3. Training of Trainer for Disaster Management. Indonesian Disaster Management Agency (BNPB). 2012.

Publications

 

  1. Rahman M.B., Nugraha, E., Nurhasanah, I.S., Harahap, T. (Under revision). The Urban political ecology of coastal communities in Bandar Lampung city, Indonesia: Urban dynamics and metabolism. Journal of City and Regional Planning – ITB.
  2. Rahman M.B., Parra, C., Van den Broeck, P. (In preparation). Social-ecological construction of post-disaster: from a crisis of Merapi 2010 eruption to overwhelmed opportunities, tensions, and impendent hazards. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences. 
  3. Rahman, M.B., Parra, C., Nugraha, E., Van den Broeck, P. (In preparation). _Natural hazard, mining, and new risk production_. A political ecology of Merapi eruption_. Environmental & Policy.
  4. Rahman, M.B., Parra, C., Van den Broeck, P. (In preparation). Negotiating risk through spatial planning: Merapi 2010 post-disaster development. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science.
  5. Rahman, M.B., Koukoufikis, G., Parra, C., Van den Broeck, P. (In preparation). Between disaster risk and coffee capitalism: Merapi coffee farmers in search for alternatives. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.
  6. Rahman, M.B., Parra, C., Van den Broeck, P. 2019. Post-disaster recovery as socio-ecological and socio-political construct. Responses to the 2010 Merapi eruption as a case study. Proceeding of The 8th International Conference on Building Resilience. University of Lisbon. Lisbon-Portugal 2018.
  7. Rahman, M.B. 2016. Karakteristik Pola Penghasilan Penyedia Barang dan Jasa di Kawasan Pendidikan Tinggi Jatinangor. Tataloka 18 (1), 1-10
  8. Rahman, M.B., Nurhasanah, I.S., Nugroho, S.P. 2016. Community Resilience: Learning from Mt Merapi Eruption 2010. Proceeding of CITIES 2015 International Conference: Intelligent Planning Towards Smart Cities 227 (2016), 387-394