· Name : Ni Ketut Pande Dewi Jayanti
· Date of birth : May 22nd 1969
· Gender : Female
· Age : 35
· Citizenship : Indonesia
· Place of residence : P. Seribu, no. 1, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, 80114
· Office : Jl. Jendral Sudirman kampus Universitas Udayana Denpasar
· Contact numbersin Bali : phone. 62 361 255316 (0ffice)
o 62 361 231630 (home)
62 361 233860
Fax. 62 361 233860 (home) 62 361 255316 (office)
· Email address : email@example.com
· Bachelor degree: Sarjana Teknik (ST),1994
The University of Udayana (UNUD) Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia in 1994. In the school of Architecture, faculty of Engineering.
· Master degree: Master of Science Engineering (MScEng), 1999
The University of New South Wales, Faculty of Civil and Environment, School of Construction management.
· Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), October, 2003
The University of New South Wales, Faculty of Built Environment, School of Architecture. Dissertation title: Tourism and Cultural Representation in Balinese Housing: an assessment of the effectiveness of the ‘local nuances’ building code.
· Postdoctoral Study (non-degree), 2007
Affiliated with Monash University as a Fellow Research in the Faculty of Arts, Department of Social and Political Sciences, School of Anthropology. Research topic: Interpreting Cross-Cultural identity: Indonesian Diaspora in Australia.
RECENT Professional and Academic Careers:
· Fulltime Senior Lecturer at the Udayana University (UNUD), Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture (since 1997 ).
Position: Senior lecturer for graduate and postgraduate students, supervising students’ final projects. Coordinator / lecturer for subjects: ‘Conservation, Philosophy and Theory’ and ‘Seminar’ (postgraduate), ‘Tropical Architecture’ (International course), ‘Research Methodology 1’ ‘Studio Architecture 1’ and ‘Studio Architecture IV’ (undergraduate).
· Head of International Program in the Department of Architecture since 2010. The program offers courses include SEA Architecture, Tropical Living which run every semester for international students.
· Coordinator for International Admission, the International Office of Udayana University, Bali since 2010.
Publications and International conferences:
· Jayanti,D, 2010, Architecture for the Dead, presented in the European Conference for Academic Disciplines, organized by International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 28 November – 3 December, 2010, Gottenheim, Germany
· Jayanti,D, 2010, ‘In Search for Sustainable Local Architectural Significance in the Sway of Consumption Culture’, Proceedings International Conference on Sustainability and Technology Development, October 8-9, 2010, Denpasar, pp.A30 – A38.
· Jayanti, D, 2009, ‘Placemaking in Living Heritage: In the context of Conservation and Tourism’, Proceedings International Seminar on Making Space for A Better Quality of Living, August 18, 2009 Yogyakarta, pp. 43-49.
· Jayanti, D, 2007 ‘Interpreting Place Identity and Meaning of Home: Learning from Expatriates’ Experience’, Proceedings International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC 2007), December 3-4 2007, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
· Jayanti, D, ‘2007 Place Identity and Transnationalism in Australia: Cross-cultural Participation of Balinese Migrants’, Australian Anthropological Society (AAS) Annual Conference 2007; Transforming Economies, Changing States, ANU, October 30 – November 2 2007, Canberra, Australia.
· Jayanti, D, 2007 ‘Balinese Diaspora in Australia: Interpreting Cross-cultural Meaning of Home’ presented on the Indonesia Council Open Conference (ICOC) 2007, 24-25 September 2007, Melbourne.
· Jayanti, D, 2006 ‘Eco-Settlement in the Tropical Living of Ubud’, Seminar Proceeding, International Seminar on Tropical Eco-Settlements, 14-16 November, Denpasar, Bali, pp 33-41.
· Jayanti, D, 2006 ‘Island [Not] for Sale: Ajeg Bali in the Paradigm of Creative Urban Culture’, Seminar Proceedings, International Seminar on Urban Culture: Arte-Polis, Creative Culture and the Making of Place, 21-22 July 2006, Bandung, pp.V-46 – VI-52.
· Jayanti, D, and AgusintaDewi, 2006 ‘Gap in the City Image Making in Tourism City of Kuta, Bali’, Seminar Proceedings, International Seminar on Urban Culture: Arte-Polis, Creative Culture and the Making of Place, 21-22 July 2006, Bandung, pp.V-26 – V-33..
· Jayanti, D., 2005 ‘Pop Architecture and Consumption on Places of Uniqueness’, SEASREP 10th Anniversary Conference on ‘Southeast Asia, A Global Crossroads’, December. 2005, Chiang Mai, pp. 16-29.
· Jayanti, D., 2003 ‘Tourism and Cultural Representation in Balinese Housing; An Assessment of the Effectiveness of the ‘Local Nuances’ Building Code’, Doctoral Dissertation, The University of New South Wales, Sydney.
· Jayanti, D., 2002 ‘Myth of Dominance in Cultural Representation of the House: an assessment of building codes in Bali’, [Un]Bounding Tradition: the Tensions of Borders and Regions, Eight International Conference, Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (TDSR) vol. XIV no. 1 Fall, December 12-15, 2002, Hong Kong, p.42 sec.45.
· Jayanti, D., 2002, ‘Regulation in Cultural Representation of Residential Buildings: the Households' Perspectives’, Proceedings, Second International Seminar on Vernacular Settlement in the New Millennium, February 16-17, 2002 Jakarta, pp. 160-170.
· Jayanti, D., 2002, ‘An Assessment of Building Codes in Bali: Cultural Representation in Housing Design’, paper presented at the ACSA 2002 conference on Odyssey: Worlds on the Move, February 22-24 2002, Atlanta.
· Jayanti, D., 2001, ‘The Island of Bali Experience: Regulating Cultural Representation In the Built Environment’, paper presented at the International Conference on Social Inequality, Redistributive Justice and the City (RC21), June 15-17 2001, Amsterdam, Netherlands
· Jayanti, D., 2001, ‘Roles of Institutions for Cultural Representation towards Sustainable Living Environment: the Experience of Bali’, paper presented at the international conference: Global Change and Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia, Chiang Mai, Thailand 17-19 February 2001
2011: Recipient of Research Grant Hibah Bersaing on research on ‘Rationalisation of the Balinese traditional architectural rules of the Asta Kosala. The research was conducted in Bali, 2011
2010: Recipient of Program Academic Recharging in the University of Dortmund and University of Siegen, Germany, Granted by the Directorate General of Higher Education Indonesia
2007: Recipient of Endeavour Award 2007: Postdoctoral Fellowship, DEST Australia.
Research title: ‘Interpreting Cross-cultural Identity: Indonesian Diaspora in Indonesia’.
2006: Conference funds from Minister of Public Work, Indonesian Government: As one of the conference organisers of the International Seminar on Tropical Eco-Settlements, in November, Bali Indonesia.
2005: Travel and conference grant from Toyota Foundation: paper presented in the SEASREP 10th Anniversary Conference in December, Chiang Mai Thailand.
2003: AHURI Grants as the SPSS analyses researcher at the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) Sydney, research on ‘Welfare Outcomes of Migration of Low-income Earners from Metropolitan to Non-metropolitan Australia’.
1999-2002 Recipient of Asian Development Bank Scholarship & Fellowship: Master and Doctoral Degrees attained in Australia.
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