RCND 2014

Conference Program (NEW)

Recent update: January 20, 2014.

Day 1: Wednesday, 22 January 2014

08:00-08:30 Registration
Room Sadewa Room
08:30-08:40 Welcome Remark from the Organizing Committee
08:40-08:50 Welcome Speech from AUN/SEED-Net
08:50-09:00 Welcome Speech from Dean of Faculty of Engineering UGM
09:00-09:30 Keynote Speech by The Minister of Public Works of The Republic of Indonesia
09:30-10:00 Keynote Speech by The Head of The Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management
10:00-10:30 C o f f e e   B r e a k
Room Sadewa Room
10:30-11:00 Keynote Speech by Prof. OHTSU (Kyoto University, Japan)
11:00-11:30 P h o t o    S e s s i o n   (All participants)
11:30-13:30 L u n c h   B r e a k
Sadewa Room
Prof. Iman Satyarno
Prambanan Room
Subagyo Pramumijoyo
Sambisari Room
Anurak Sriariyawat
13:30-13:55 EQ 2 DM 1 DG 1
13:55–14:20 EQ 3 DM 2 DG 2
14:20–14:45 EQ 8 DM 3 DG 3
14:45–15:10 EQ 13 DM 4 DF 12
15:10-15:30 C o f f e e   B r e a k
Sadewa Room
Irwan Meilano
Prambanan Room
B. Vardhanabhuti
Sambisari Room
Prof. Joko Sujono
15:30–15:55 EQ 10 GH 1 DF 1
15:55–16:20 EQ 5 GH 3 DF 5
16:20–16:45 EQ 6 GH 6 DF 8
16:45–17:10 EQ 7 GH 7 DF 9
19:00-21:30 All participants are invited to the Welcome Dinner
Venue: Inna Garuda Hotel


Day 2: Thursday, 23 January 2014

Sadewa Room
Prof. Radianta Triatmaja
Prambanan Room
Agung Harijoko
Sambisari Room
Rachmad Jayadi
08:00–08:25 EQ 1 DM 5 DF 3
08:25–08:50 EQ 4 DM 6 DF 7
08:50–09:15 EQ 9 DM 7 DF 10
09:15–09:40 EQ 11 DM 8 DF 11
09:40–10:00 C o f f e e   B r e a k
Sadewa Room
Arya Chunata
Prambanan Room
Hareyani Muhd. Zabidi
Sambisari Room
Renan Ma. T. Tanhueco
10:00–10:25 EQ 12 GH 2 DF 2
10:25–10:50 TS 1 GH 4 DF 4
10:50–11:15 TS 2 GH 5 DF 6
11:15–12:00 MI Delegates Meeting
Room Sadewa Room
12:00–12:20 Closing Ceremony
12:20–13:30 L u n c h   B r e a k
MI Delegates, JSU Professors, AUN/SEED-Net Officials are invited to the Farewell Dinner
Hosted by Master Programme in Natural Disaster Management, Faculty of Engineering UGM
Venue: Ratu Boko Temple (www.borobudurpark.com/temple/aboutRatuBoko)
15:00 Dapart for Ratu Boko Temple by bus
16:00–18:15 Temple and Sunset Tour
18:15–20:00 Dinner
20:00–21:00 Return to hotel by bus

KEY = Keynote Speech; DF = Debris and Flood; DG = Drought; DM = Disaster Management;
EQ = Earthquake; GH = Geo-hazard; TS = Tsunami

List of Papers for Presentation

PaperID Paper Title and Author Status Affiliation Country
Keynote Speech
KEY 1 The Minister of Public Works of The Republic of Indonesia
H.E. Djoko Kirmanto
KEY 2 The Head of The Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management
H.E. Syamsul Maarif
KEY 3 A Study on Applicability of Various Precipitation Indexes Considering the Characteristic of Runoff-Infiltration Near Slope Surface
Prof. H. OHTSU
JSU Kyoto University Japan
Debris and Flood
DF 1 Flood Management In Jakarta
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 2 Evaluation of Spatial Planning in South Bandung Area for Flood Mitigation
B. Kombaitan, A.A. Safrianty, A. Wulandari
MI ITB Indonesia
DF 3 Analysis of Potential Flooding in South Bandung Area  By Using Geographic Information System
B. Siswanto, A.A. Safrianty, J. Patta, H.P. Rahayu
MI ITB Indonesia
DF 4 Determination of Shear Stresses on A Channel Bend
B.A. Kironoto, B. Yulistiyanto, Istiarto, A. Brawidha, Sumiadi
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 5 Evacuees Movement Analysis for Evaluation of Capacity and Accessibility of Evacuation Assembly Point in Lahar Disaster Management (Case Study: Kali Putih, Magelang)
I. A. Mundakir, T. Aditya
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 6 Development of Rainfall-Runoff Model in Complex Watershed System of Reservoir Cathment Area (Case Study: Wonogiri Reservoir, Central Java, Indonesia)
R. Jayadi, Istiarto, S.R. Oktavia
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 7 Flood Propagation and Its Related Channel-Forming Discharge of Sekampung River, Indonesia
E. P. Wahono, D. Legono, Istiarto, B. Yulistiyanto
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 8 Flood Hazard Mapping at Bengawan Solo River Basin
Istiarto, R. Jayadi, I. Kusnadi, Karlina, J. Sujono
MI UGM Indonesia
DF 9 Relationship of Rainfall-Runoff and Inundation Area in Yom River Basin
A. Sriariyawat, K. Pakoksung, T. Sayama
MI CU Thailand
DF 10 Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in Local Development Planning and Decision-making Processes: Managing Flood Risks in Surigao Del Norte Province, Philippines
R. Ma. T. Tanhueco
MI De La Salle University Philippines
DF 11 Large-Scale Flood Analysis in The Chao Phraya River Basin with RRI Model
T. Sayama, Y. Tatebe, S. Tanaka
DF 12 Hydraulic Analysis of Mini Polder System for Flood Control Purpose (Case Study of A Flood Prone Area of Bengawan Solo River Basin in Bojonegoro District, East Java, Indonesia)
H. G. Mawandha, R. Jayadi, B. Wignyosukarto
MI UGM Indonesia
DG 1 Drought Analysis Due to Climate Change (Case Study: Wonogiri District, Indonesia)
Karlina, J. Sujono, R. Jayadi
MI UGM Indonesia
DG 2 Meteorological Drought Analysis by Applying EDI Method (Case Study: Bengawan Solo River Basin)
J. Sujono, R. Jayadi, Istiarto, Karlina, I. Kusnadi
MI UGM Indonesia
DG 3 SW-GW Interaction Analysis for Drought Management in Con Son Valley, Con Dao Island, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, Vietnam
T. T. Long, S. Koontanakulvong
MI CU Thailand
Disaster Management
DM 1 Social Vulnerability Analysis of Island City to Natural Hazard  As The Impact of Climate Change
R. Sutriadi, M. C. Kaisar, A.A. Safrianty,
MI ITB Indonesia
DM 2 Study on Natural Hazards in Myanmar
K. S. S. Htwe, K. Htun
MI YTU Myanmar
DM 3 Preventive Evaluation of The Limestone Quarry Face Safety at The Kanthan Cement Work, Chemor, Perak, Malaysia
H. M. Zabidi, K. S. Ariffin
MI USM Malaysia
DM 4 Natural Disasters Assessment and Management in Petrochemical Industries: A Review
M. H. Hassim (presented by Yousef)
MI UTM Malaysia
DM 5 Analysis of Land Cover Change in Riau Province to Determine The Cause of Forest Conversion
Riau Province Indonesia
DM 6 Contamination of Arsenic and Other Metals in Groundwater of Long An Province, Viet Nam
B.X. Thanh, N.P. Dan, S. Bang
MI HCMUT Vietnam
DM 7 A Participatory Approach to Construct A Communtity Information System for Flood Management
B. Vardhanabhuti
MI Kasetsart University Thailand
DM 8 Experimental Research on Smoke Dispersion from Forest Fire in Central Kalimantan (Ballon Obersvation)
N. Sekishita, H. Hayasaka, I. Noguchi, A. Usup, A. Sofyan
JSU Toyohashi University of Tech. Japan
EQ 1 Subsurface Soil Layers and PGA Based On The Single Ambient Observations In Yogyakarta City, Java Island
Z.L. Kyaw, S. Pramumijoyo, S. Husein, T.F. Fathani, J. Kiyono
MI YU Myanmar
EQ 2 Finite Element Simulations of Progressive Collapse in FENFAM3D
L. Xu, T. K. Hai, L. C. King
MI NTU Singapore
EQ 3 Finite Element Formulation of Three Dimensional Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column Joint
L. Xu, T. K. Hai, L. C. King
MI NTU Singapore
EQ 4 Spatial Correlation Between Earthquake Damage Pattern and Subsurface Characteristics: A Case Study of 2006 Earthquake in Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
D. W. Nurwihastuti, J. Sartohadi, D. Mardiatno, U. Nehren
UNM Indonesia
EQ 5 Development Of A Rapid Condition Assessment Tool for Reinforced Concrete Moment-Resisting Frame Buildings in The Philippines: Material Component
C. R. Orozco, N.B. Diola, J.Y. Hernandez Jr, M.A.H. Zarco, O. V. M. Antonio, F. J. Germar, L.R.E. Tan, L. V. Torio, R. Cariño,  J.T. Tian, J.A. Victor, R.E. Longalong
MI UPD Philippines
EQ 6 Seismic Performance of Water Supply System Against Looming Huge Nankai Trough Earthquake
Y. Tsai, F. Mahdi, J. Kiyono
JSU Kyoto University Japan
EQ 7 Investigation Effect of Application Viscous Dampers in Shear Walls Structural System
F. Hejazi, A. Fateh, A. B. Omer, M. S. Jaafar, A. B. Adnan
MI UTM Malaysia
EQ 8 Crustal Extension in the Sunda Strait Indonesia from GPS Observation and Its Implication to Seismic and Volcanic Hazard
I. Meilano,  Rino, Fajriyanto,  E. Kriswati, D. Sarsito, J. Effendi, H. Z. Abidin
MI ITB Indonesia
EQ 9 Investigation on Seismic Response of Reinforcement Concrete Frame Structures Equipped with Base-isolations
F. Hejazi, A. Zabihi, M. S. Jaafar, F. R. B. Ahmadun, A. B. Adnan
MI UPM Malaysia
EQ 10 Developments of Joint Survey System and Technique of Joint Analysis for Gravity and Magnetism
H. Morikawa
EQ  11 Shaking Characteristics of The Ground in Palu City, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
P. S. Thein, S. Pramumijoyo, W. Wilopo, K.S. Brotopuspito, J. Kiyono, A. Setianto
MI UGM Indonesia
EQ  12 Resilient Breakwater for Protextion of Coastal Facilities Against Level 2 Earthquake and Tsunami
H. Hazarika
JSU Kyushu University Japan
EQ 13 Alternatives Bridge Design for Replacement of Collapse Bridge
A. Chunata
MI UI Indonesia
GH 1 Quantitative Risk Assessment in Gunung Kelir Area Yogyakarta Indonesia
G. Samodra, G. Chen, L. Zheng, Y.B. Zhang, K. Kasama, J. Sartohadi, D.S. Hadmoko, D. R. Hisbaron
JSU Kyoto University Japan
GH 2 Parametric Study of Horizontal Drains on Slope Stability
S. M. Ng, M. A. M. Ismail, I. Abustan
MI USM Malaysia
GH 3 Landslide Hazard Map at Bengawan Solo River Basin
Istiarto, S. Wiyono, Karlina, I. Kusnadi
MI UGM Indonesia
GH 4 Detectability of Landslide Potential Using GPR and Seismic Refraction Methods: First Results from Field Measurement in Karangsambung Area, Kebumen, Indonesia
W. W. Parnadi, Warsa, A. Laesanpura, R. G. Parnadi
MI ITB Indonesia
GH 5 Estimation of Strong Ground Motion Parameters for Slope Stability Analysis, Phyu Dam, Phyu Township, Bago Region, Myanmar
K. N. N. Tun, D. Karnawati, A. Rifai
MI UGM Indonesia
GH 6 Plinian Eruption to Form Caldera – Is It Possible to Predict The Next Activity?
K. Watanabe, T. Yamanaka, A. Harijoko, I. W. Warmada, T. Itaya
JSU Kyushu University Japan
GH 7
H. Fukuoka
JSU Kyoto University Japan
TS 1 Design Concept for Evacuation Shelter for Tsunami Events in Thailand
A. Pimanmas
MI Thammasat University Thailand
TS 2 Stability of Concrete Blocks Pavement under Tsunami Attack
R. Triatmadja, N. Azizah, Kuswandi
MI UGM Indonesia

1st Regional Conference on Natural Disaster

"Building Disaster Resilience in ASEAN Region"
22-23 January 2014
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Email: mtpba@ugm.ac.id

The Conference is the first of a continuing series of regional conferences on natural disaster. Natural Disaster is a new field in the AUN/SEED-Net’s Phase III. The Conference is scheduled annually to provide a forum to collect and disseminate the most updated technology and research of regional issues and public interests in the field of natural disaster in order to contribute to the community and to draw support from industry and government sectors.

The 1st AUN/SEED-Net Regional Conference on Natural Disaster will be held on 22-23 January 2014 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The Conference is hosted by Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) – Indonesia as the Host Institution of the Natural Disaster Field, with the support from its Co-host Institutions, i.e. Institute Teknologi Bandung (ITB) – Indonesia and Chulalongkorn University (CU) – Thailand. The Conference is funded by AUN/SEED-Net and UGM.

The conference will feature both oral and poster presentations. There will also be plenary presentations on selected topics from invited speakers.


The Conference accepts oral and poster presentations on broad topics of natural disaster, including but not limited to the following:

  • earthquake hazard
  • tsunami hazard
  • volcanic hazard
  • geo-hazard
  • fluvial and coastal disaster
  • water-related disaster
  • disaster risk management
  • disaster prevention and mitigation

Keynote Speech

The Organizing Committee is inviting speakers from government agencies of the Republic of Indonesia who play prominent role in natural disaster management in the country:

  • Minister of Public Works
  • Head of the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management

The Organizing Committee is waiting for their confirmation.

Call for Abstracts

Interested authors are requested to submit via email extended abstracts of maximum 350 words. The official language of the Conference is English. There is no specific format for abstract manuscript. The abstract should contain title, author’s name and affiliation, author’s email address, body text, and keywords.  The abstract should state clearly the objectives, results, and conclusions to properly assess the scope and nature of the paper.

The deadline for abstract submission, which was September 15, 2013, has been extended to October 16, 2013.

All abstracts will be reviewed by the Technical Committee.

  • The review of abstracts submitted on or before September 15, 2013 (Batch I) has been completed. Accepted abtracts (Batch I) have been announced directly to the authors by email on September 30, 2013. The authors are kindly requested to proceed to full abstract submission process.
  • The announcement of the abstract acceptance of those submitted on or before October 16, 2013 (Batch II) will be made public on October 23, 2013.

You may click here to submit your extended abstract by email.

Call for Papers

Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit their full papers. Papers should adhere to the following format (please click to download): RCND full paper format.

The deadline for full paper submission is November 30, 2013.

Submitted papers will go through reviewing-and-revision process in the period of 1-15 December 2013. Final acceptance will be based on revised manuscript.

Announcement of accepted papers for presentation, which was prveviously scheduled on December 15, 2013,  has been postponed to December 31, 2013.

Selected papers will be recommended for submission to the ASEAN Engineering Journal (AEJ) upon the Author’s approval. Papers submitted to AEJ will not be published in the Conference Proceedings.

Registration Fee

Conference participants pay registration fee either in IDR or USD in the amount of
IDR 1,000,000 or USD 100. Students are entitled to 50% discount, i.e. IDR 500,000 or USD 50.

Registration payment account RCND 2014:
Bank BNI UGM TKS2MPBA  for Admission Seminar Seed / Net with account number 98.88.8173.5411.02.19

Registration fee is waived for AUN/SEED-Net related participants as stated in the RC Guidelines.


The 1st RCND will be held in:

Inna Garuda Hotel

Jl. Malioboro 60, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Phone: +62 274 566353  •  Fax: +62 274 563074

Important Dates

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to October 16, 2013.

Submission Deadline
Abstract submission September 15, 2013 (Batch I)
October 16, 2013 (Batch II)
Notification of abstract acceptance September 30, 2013 (Batch I)
October 23, 2013 (Batch II)
Submission of full paper November 30, 2013
Paper review and revision December 1-15, 2013
Notification of full paper acceptance December 15, 2013
Conference January 22-23, 2014


Scientific Committee

Prof. Radianta Triatmadja
Prof. Henricus Priyosulistyo
Dr. Subagyo Pramumijoyo
Prof. Djoko Legono
Dr. Agung Harijoko
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Prof. Panitan Lukkunaprasit
Assoc. Prof. Sucharit Koontanakulvong
Assoc. Prof. Suched Likitlersuang
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Dr. Irwan Meilano
Dr. Asep Saepuloh
Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Prof. Junji KIYONO
Prof. Hiroyasu OHTSU
Kyoto University, Japan
Prof. Koichiro WATANABE Kyushu University, Japan
Prof. Hitoshi MORIKAWA Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Organizing Committee

Dr. Istiarto
Supporting Staffs
Ms. Shinta Wardani
Ms. Tria Ningsih
Ms. Budiyanti
Mr. Priyanto
Mr. Ari Warsito
Supporting MPBA Students
Ms. Nina Yulinsa
Ms. Hudzaifah All Adawiyah
Mr. Agung Permana
Mr. Muhammad Arofat
Ms. Karlina

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