Urban and Regional Development

THEME:
URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

DATE:
25 MARCH 2018




The digital revolution and rising internet penetration across different continents continue to increase the degree of citizens’ digital connectivity, which provide more opportunities to observe and analyse behavioural patterns, especially in urban areas. Data-driven City and Smart City are the names of a few emerging phenomena that seek to leverage new types of data, innovations and the latest technologies to better understand the dynamics within urban communities to design and develop cities that are both sustainable and resilient.

The sixth Research Dive hopes to make a meaningful contribution in this areas, by enhancing the familiarity of researchers with several related datasets, including news and social media data, geospatial data, official statistics, among others. Throughout the three-day sprint, useful insights on clean water access, energy consumption, health, and regional development are expected to be uncovered. The event is taken place on 25-28 March 2018 at Pulse Lab Jakarta.

The participants are grouped into four research teams, focusing on:

 

  • Task 1 - Designing regional development policy by analysing social events, news media data and its network from GDELT platform
  • Task 2 - Assessing the accessibility to (emergency) health facilities in Sumatra, by analysing multiple sources of data, such as transportation infrastructure distribution and health facility locations
  • Task 3 - Monitoring clean water access for water supply infrastructure planning
  • Task 4 - Inferring energy consumption towards urban development by combining social media activity density and socio-economics statistics

The information package of the sixth Research Dive is accessible here.

Advisors

Ibnu Syabri Insitut Teknologi Bandung
Hendricus Andy Simarmata Universitas Indonesia
Lusi Susanti Universitas Andalas

Participants

Group 1 – Designing regional development policy by analysing social events, news media data and its network from GDELT platform
Adiwan Fahlan Aritenang Institut Teknologi Bandung
Guntur Budi Herwanto Universitas Gadjah Mada
Novri Suhermi Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Imaduddin Amin Pulse Lab Jakarta
Mellyana Frederika Pulse Lab Jakarta
Group 2 – Assessing the accessibility to (emergency) health facilities in Sumatra, by analysing multiple sources of data, such as transportation infrastructure distribution and health facility locations
Febri Wicaksono Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Statistik
Seng Hansun Universitas Multimedia Nusantara
Putu Perdana Kusuma Wiguna Universitas Udayana
George Hodge Pulse Lab Jakarta
Muhammad Rheza Pulse Lab Jakarta
Group 3 – Monitoring clean water access for water supply infrastructure planning
Ivan Taslim Universitas Muhammadiyah Gorontalo
Ahmad Komarulzaman Universitas Padjadjaran
Muhammad Pramulya Universitas Tanjungpura
Awan Diga Aristo Pulse Lab Jakarta
Rajius Idzalika Pulse Lab Jakarta
Group 4 – Inferring energy consumption towards urban development by combining social media activity density and socio-economics statistics
Dwi Martiana Wati Universitas Jember
Dharma Aryani Politeknik Negeri Ujung Pandang
Wini Widiastuti Badan Pusat Statistik - NTB Province
Pamungkas Jutta Prahara Pulse Lab Jakarta
Muhammad Rizal Khaefi Pulse Lab Jakarta

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