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Sustainable Water Management Cluster

The Sustainable water management research cluster is a field of research that is concerned with the development of water infrastructure and water resources management. The research activities focus on the development of water infrastructure and other infrastructure projects to produce clean water supply as well as projects to secure the infrastructures required to support food security, controlling flooding and treating waste as an effort to improve quality of life.

  • Water infrastructure development: dam, tunnel, water and wastewater treatment plans
Sustainable Water Management

Sustainable Water Management Cluster

Dr. Firdaus Ali

Dr. Firdaus Ali

Coordinator

Environmental Awareness, Environmental Engineering, Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Water Resource Engineering

Dr. Gabriel Andari

Dr. Gabriel Andari

Researcher

Air Pollution, Emission Control, Waste Conversion into Energy

Dr. Dwita Sutjiningsih

Dr. Dwita Sutjiningsih

Researcher

Rainfall-Runoff Relation, Stormwater Management, Water Engineering, Integrated Water Resources Management, River Engineering

Dr. Herr Soeryantono

Dr. Herr Soeryantono

Researcher

Rainfall-Runoff Relation, Stormwater Management, Water Engineering, Integrated Water Resources Management, River Engineering

Mr. Toha Saleh

Mr. Toha Saleh

Researcher

Water Resources Management

Dr. Cindy Rianti Priadi

Dr. Cindy Rianti Priadi

Researcher

Surface Water Quality, Wastewater Treatment

Ms. Dwinanti Rika Marthanty

Ms. Dwinanti Rika Marthanty

Researcher

Hydrodynamics, Numerical Modeling of Surface Water, Pollutant Transport, Hydrology, Design of Water Infrastructure