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Prasanti Widyasih Sarli
Institut Teknologi Bandung
Prasanti W. Sarli, or better known as Asih, is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Civil and
Environmental Engineering of Institut Teknologi Bandung. She took her PhD in Civil
Engineering in The University of Tokyo, Japan in Wind Energy. In 2016 she briefly worked at
the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in Indonesia to help establish a program to
develop community based renewable energy projects around the country.
With her background in Wind Engineering, she is currently one of the leading Wind
Engineers in Indonesia, and is currently making the first Indonesian Wind Design Map and
entrusted to develop the first course in ITB on Wind Engineering for Design Building.
Currently she is part of the ‘Resilient Indonesian Slums Envisioned (RISE)’ team that had
been granted a joint research fund by The Indonesian Ministry of Research and
Technology/National Agency for Research and Innovation (RISTEKBRIN) and the Dutch
Research Council (NWO).
She is also active in various organizations, whether on a national level such as in
HAKI (Himpunan Ahli Konstruksi Indonesia) and MAPIN (Masyarakat Ahli Penginderaan
Jauh), or internationally as the elected Chair of the Future Leaders Committee of the Asian
Civil Engineering Coordinating Council from 2021-2022.
She is actively contributing to various public discourse through her Instagram
@asihsimanis or through the World Economic Forum, where is an active contributor.
- Abdillah, Muhammad Rais, et al. "Extreme Wind Variability and Wind Map Development in Western Java, Indonesia." International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 13.3 (2022): 465-480.
- Sarli, P. W., M. R. Abdillah, and A. D. Sakti. "Relationship between wind incidents and wind-induced damage to construction in West Java, Indonesia." IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Vol. 592. No. 1. IOP Publishing, 2020.
- NWO-BRIN joint funding in the topic of regional planning and sustainable urbanisation with a title of Resilient Indonesian Slums Envisioned (RISE)' which aims to develop an inclusive governance roadmap to transform Indonesian cities towards social-ecological resilience in the face of water-related disasters
- Rekayasa Struktur