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Husnul Aris Alberdi
Program Manager

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Research Interest

Renewable energy and Emission reduction, low carbon development.

Mail

husnul.alberdi@rdi.or.id
alberdi13@gmail.com

Husnul Aris Alberdi is a researcher and program manager of Resilience Development Initiative (RDI). He is 28 years old with a master's degree in urban and regional planning. He is a researcher in Renewable Energy and Emission Reduction (REER) Cluster. Alberdi was involved in several projects and researches related to disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, community development, renewable energy, and low carbon development. He has a strong project management skill and brings a positive environment to the team that he belongs to.

Education Timeline

  • 2019-2021 Master of Urban and Regional Planning

    Urban and Regional Planning, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.

  • 2011-2015 Bachelor of Science

    Urban and Regional Planning, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.

Working Experiences Timeline

  • 2021 - present Program Manager

    Resilience Development Initiative.

  • 2017 - 2020 Activity Manager 2

    Resilience Development Initiative.

  • 2016 Assistant Lecturer

    Course “Introduction to Engineering Design” Institute Technology Bandung, Indonesia.

  • 2016 Assistant Project for Course

    “Introduction of Geology in Spatial Planning”. Bundesanstlat fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR), Germany.

  • 2014 Intern

    Non-Government organization Perkumpulan Inisiatif


Experience


Analysis of Institutional Adaptive Capacity of Central Government in Developing Bioenergy.

ADB “Developing Recovery Master Plan of Central Sulawesi”.

American Red Cross and PMI “Mid-term Review Indonesia Disaster Management and Logistic Readiness”.

Oxfam Indonesia “Research on Social Investment and the Implementation of Village Fund”.

Evaluation of “Smart Indonesia” Program’s Role (Program Indonesia Pintar) on youth resilience in facing disaster potency and social problem in Cianjur District.

Integration of Government- and Community-developed Early Warning Systems for Floods in Jawa Barat Province.

  • Oxfam Indonesia “Mid-term Review of Indonesia Disaster Project”.
  • Increasing Energy Security through Institution Adaptive Capacity Case Study: Palembang City, Indonesia.
  • Integration of Government- and Community-developed Early Warning Systems for Floods in Bandung Regency.
  • Rural Biogas Usage Management as Agricultural Waste Reduction Methods. Study Case: North Bandung Area.

Mapping the capacity ofcommunity for rural development (Case study: Nagari Kamang Mudiak, West Sumatera).


Experience


Planocosmo 4th Transforming Beyond Borders, Starting the New Urban Agenda.

Migrant Workers Challenges & Progress: Case of West Java Province.

Education in Emergency.

Safe School for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Pre-Conference Panel Discussion 8th Widyatama International Seminar on Sustainability (WISS) Taking a Peek at Indonesia’s energy Future.

Collaborative urban planning: Reaching Planning Decisions by Gaming.

Game Theory and Urban Resilience

Sustainable Urban Development.

Different approaches to bushfire management in Australia. The south versus the ‘deep north’.

Emergent Issues and Vulnerability Factors Following the Nepal Earthquake’.

Disaster Risk Financing Recovery Planning: Post-Disaster Needs Assessment.

Disaster and the Importance of Culture.



Title


Increasing Energy Security through Institution Adaptive Capacity Case Study: Palembang City, Indonesia (Tentative title).

Bandung Urban Dense Built Environment: Its Contribution on Microclimate and Living Quality.

Does Social Protection on Education Increase the Capacity of Community in Facing Disaster?.

Biogas Implementation as Waste Management Effort in Lembang Sub-district, West Bandung District.

Navigating the infinite timeline: Social integration of refugees in long-term transit.

Energy Security in Palembang City.

The impact of Family Hope Program Implementation to community resilience in East Nusa Tenggara.

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