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Martiwi Diah Setiawati

Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies

Dr Martiwi Diah Setiawati is a Research Fellow and Academic Associate for the Water and Resource Management Programme at UNU-IAS. With a robust academic background and extensive professional experience, she brings invaluable expertise to her role.

Previously, she was a research fellow at the Research Center for Oceanography (RCO), National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia. Her academic journey culminated in attaining a Doctoral Degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from Yamaguchi University, Japan, in 2015.

Prior to her tenure at RCO-BRIN, she contributed significantly as a project researcher at the Integrated Research System for Sustainability Sciences (IR3S), The University of Tokyo. Over the course of five years, she played a pivotal role in the Climate Change Adaptation Initiative Project in Indonesia, a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Environment Japan and BAPPENAS. This initiative aimed to integrate climate change adaptation into local development plans, emphasizing Dr. Setiawati’s commitment to practical environmental solutions.

As an environmental scientist, Dr Setiawati’s interests span diverse applications, including remote sensing and GIS technology in habitat studies, disaster mitigation, climate change impact assessment, and adaptation. Her research interests encapsulate the intersection of remote sensing, geographic information systems, climate change adaptation, sustainability science, and water resources management.

Dr Setiawati’s dedication to advancing scientific knowledge and addressing pressing environmental challenges underscores her pivotal role in shaping sustainable practices and policies.