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Doctoral Student
Nationality
Indonesia
Date of Enrolment
April 1, 2013
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Biography
Entering architecture studies in because of her interest in heritage buildings, she found herself gravitated into urban studies during the end of her undergraduate. Her undergraduate projects include research on historical value of Bandung’s Pandu cemetery area and study on behavior of pedestrian users in Dago Street. After spending one semester in Erfurt as an exchange student in landscape architecture, she worked in an architecture, urbanism, and planning consultant as a junior urban designer/planner. Her work included drafting urban design guideline proposal in Jakarta and planning for new development areas in both Indonesia and outside the country. Prior to joining GPSS-GLI, she pursued her master degree on urban design in Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, researching on correlation between fear of crime and use of public transportation in Jakarta.When not working on her research, she can be found drawing, enjoying music, creative writing, cooking, or people watching in urban area.
Research Title
Integration of building regulation for sustainable land use in metropolitan region.
Reserch Keywords
building regulation, Floor Area Ratio, Green Area Ratio, land use change, land use function
Research Interests
As a designer and researcher, her interest is basically centered on how human uses buildable space; ranging from land use decision making, pedestrian and public space design, human behavior in built environment, and crime prevention.
Publications
Design Workshop Results
Kenji Fuentes, Dyah Fatma, Heni Octoriyani Wijaya, Amaury de Cocqúe, Hiroko Yamada (2012). Re-CYCLE Fukuoka: Proposing a New Cycle for Fukuoka. Journal of Asian Urbanism, 7, pp. 60-61.

Kohei Noguchi, Seiji Taketazu, and Dyah Fatma. 2012. Giving a New Meaning of Meeting in 40 Steps. Journal of Asian Urbanism, 6, pp. 71. (Bronze prize: proposing future under the context).
Presentations
Conference Presentation
Dyah Fatma. “Study on Drivers and Impacts of Land Use Change in Metropolitan Region - Case Study of JakartaMetropolitan Region, Indonesia”. The First Conference of International Alliance for Sustainable Urbanization and Regeneration. Kashiwa, Japan, October 2014. (poster presentation - best poster)

Prasetyoadi, Dyah Fatma, and Fakhrur Rozi. “Walk This Way”. Artepolis. Institut Teknologi Bandung. Department of Architecture, Institut Teknologi Bandung. Bandung, Indonesia, July 2006. (oral presentation)
Awards
Kohei Noguchi, Seiji Taketazu, and Dyah Fatma. 2012. Giving a New Meaning of Meeting in 40 Steps. Journal of Asian Urbanism, 6, pp. 71. (Bronze prize: proposing future under the context).

Gang Gloria Revitalization Design Competition, Indonesian Institute of Architect, Jakarta, 2005 – honorable mention
Team members: M. Archica Danisworo, Fakhrur Rozi, Isti Rahmadea Ishak, Dyah Fatma, and Siti Sarah Medina

Persija Football Stadium Design Competition. Dinas Pemuda dan Olah Raga DKI Jakarta and Indonesian Institute of Architect, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2009 – 1st prize
Team members: Tiyok Prasetyoadi, Nur Muhammad Gito Wibowo, Nur Hidayat Adham, Dyah Fatma, Fenty Anggraeni, and Herdiyana Ramdani