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E-mail :

titiens@ukdw.ac.id
titiens@indosat.net.id

Phone :
+62 274 886 147
Location :

Master Lecturer Office
Bona Ventura Campus 43 Babarsari St. Yogyakarta

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Titien Saraswati

  Associate Professor
  Ir., M.Arch., Ph.D.

Background
Architecture Engineering at Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Master of Architecture at Colorado University, USA
Ph.D. at Melbourne University, Australia

 

  

 

 

Reasearch Interest

Urban Design

Architecture

Environment-Behaviour Studies

 
Research Publications until 2006
International Book

Saraswati, T. (2002) The Indonesian Town Revisited , editor Nas, P. J. M. (Leiden University, The Netherlands), LIT Verlag, Muenster, Germany. (ISBN 3-8258-6038-9) "Attitudes to the use of space in the dwelling of middle-class householders in Yogyakarta" , p.390–401, December 2002, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies , Singapore . (ISBN 981-230-184-4)

 

National Book

Saraswati, T. (2006) Takut Pergi ke Jakarta, kontributor dalam buku “ Politik Kota dan Hak Warga Kota”, editor Verdiansyah, C., p.96-98, March 2006, Penerbit Buku Kompas, Jakarta, Indonesia. (ISBN 979-709-246-1)

Saraswati, T. (2005) Kontributor pada buku “Kuliah ke Luar Negeri itu Mudah ” (Seri Australia , Asia , dan Timur Tengah), Beasiswa untuk Pendidikan Post Graduate di Australia, editor Dharmawan, H.C.B., p.34-39, 1 st edition, July 2005, p.45-50, 2nd edition, April 2006, Penerbit Buku Kompas, Jakarta , Indonesia . (ISBN 979-709-190-2)
National Journal

Saraswati, T. (2006) Lingkup dan Peran Penelitian Urban Studies untuk Pemberdayaan Masyarakat, Jurnal Ilmiah “Humatek”, vol.1, year 1, February 2006, p.1-8, LPPM of Duta Wacana Christian University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. (ISSN 1410-1599)

Saraswati, T. and Haryangsah, R. (2003) Pengaruh Tata Ruang Bangsal Rumah Sakit Jiwa Terhadap Keselamatan dan Keamanan Pasien, National Journal “Dimensi Teknik Arsitektur”, vol.31, no.2, December 2003, p.111-119, Petra Christian University, Surabaya, Indonesia. (ISSN 0126-219X)
( terakreditasi Ditjen Dikti Depdiknas )

Saraswati, T. (2000) Modernisation, Issues of Gender, and Space, National Journal “Dimensi Teknik Arsitektur”, vol.28, no.1, July 2000, p.17–23, Petra Christian University, Surabaya. (ISSN 0126-219X)
( terakreditasi Ditjen Dikti Depdiknas )

 
International Seminar

Saraswati, T. (2006) Car-free zone for Malioboro, the well-known shopping street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Proceeding International Conference on Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design in Tropical Region – INTA 2 nd “Harmony in Culture and Nature”, April 2006, p.P27-1 s/d P27-6, Faculty of Engineering Duta Wacana Christian University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. (ISBN 979-25-2110-0)

Saraswati, T. (2005) Some Notions for Creating Liveable Street in Tropical Regions, Proceeding International Seminar “Culture of Living”, February 2005, p. III-94 s/d III-101 The Department of Architecture and Planning, Gadjah Mada University , Yogyakarta . (ISSN 1693-8895)

Saraswati, T. (2004) The Use of Urban Physical Facilities in Yogyakarta , Indonesia , Proceeding the 5 th Internatsional Seminar “Sustainable Environmental Architecture” at University Technology Malaysia , Johor Bahru , Malaysia , December 2004. (ISBN 983-42496-0-8)

Saraswati, T. (2001) Towards Sustainable Cities: Encounter the Problems in Third World Cities, Proceeding International Seminar “Urbanization in the Information Age: New Perspective on the Transformation of Fast Growing Cities in the Pacific Rim ”, August 2001, p. Globalization 2-1—2-7, Indonesia University , Jakarta , Indonesia . (ISSN 1411-1284)
( Also released in CD by Indonesia University )

Saraswati, T. (2001) Urban Design Strategies for Third World Sustainable Cities, Proceeding International Seminar “Sustainable Environmental Architecture-2”, p.48–52, July 2001, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia (ISBN 979-965550-0-5)

Saraswati, T. (2000) Social System as Determinant for Sustainable Architecture, Proceeding International Seminar “Sustainable Environmental Architecture-1”, p.94–98, October 2000, 10 November Technology Institute, Surabaya, Indonesia. (ISBN 979-95803-3-1)

 
National Seminar

Saraswati, T. (2005) Melakukan Riset Bagi Mahasiswa Arsitektur Tingkat Akhir, Proceeding “Seminar Nasional Pendidikan Arsitektur”, December 2005, p.103-114, Departemen Arsitektur , Indonesia University, Jakarta , Indonesia . (ISBN 979-97217-3-3)

Saraswati, T. (2004) ‘Perpustakaan: Jantung Perguruan Tinggi', Melihat Perpustakaan di Amerika Serikat dan Australia, Proceeding Seminar Nasional “Merancang Papan Ajar” at Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, October 2004, p.42-52. (ISBN 979-99016-0-X)

Saraswati, T. (2004) Strategi Menghadapi Konflik di Ruang Terbuka Publik, Proceeding National Symposium “Managing Conflicts in Public Spaces through Urban Design”, March 2004, p. 541-554, Post Graduate of Urban Design, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. (ISSN 1693-8895)

Saraswati, T. (2003) Beberapa Pemikiran Mencari Formula Penelitian Arsitektur, Proceeding National Seminar “Penelitian Arsitektur: Metoda dan Terapannya”, June 2003, p.75-93, Magister Teknik Arsitektur Diponegoro University , Semarang , Indonesia . (ISSN 979-96695-3-7)

Saraswati, T. (2003) Pembahas dan reviewer terhadap 4 makalah pada “Seminar Nasional Jelajah Arsitektur Nusantara-1”, p.IA5-1—IA5-4, Merdeka University , Malang , Indonesia . (ISBN 979-97238-0-9)

Saraswati, T. (2003) Sub-Ordinasi Perempuan, Sub-Ordinasi Laki-laki? Menggugat Persamaan Hak dan Kewajiban di Ruang Publik, Proceeding National Seminar seri-3 ‘Arsitektur Pinggiran: Perwujudan Lingkungan Binaan bagi Kaum Lemah dan Dilemahkan', theme: “Arsitektur untuk Kelompok yang Terpinggir secara Kultural: Sub-Ordinasi Gender dan Ethnic Minority”, June 2002, p.12–22, Islamic University of Indonesia. (ISBN 979-96122-3-3)

Saraswati, T. (2001) Colonial/Postcolonial Discourse: A Conceptual Framework, Proceeding National Seminar “Pos/Kolonialisme: Lingkung Bina di Indonesia”, p.03–1—03–11, 10 November Institute of Technology, Surabaya , Indonesia . (ISBN 979-95803-5-8)

Saraswati, T. (2000) Kesiapan Dosen dalam Proses Belajar Mandiri, Proceeding Seminar Nasional Pendidikan Arsitektur, September 2000, p. 315–328, Indonesia University . (ISBN 979-9355-12-15)

 
Compact Disk

Saraswati, T. (1999) Masjid Raya Pondok Indah di Jakarta, suatu Kajian Arsitektural, published by The Department of Architecture, Faculty of Civil and Planning Engineering of Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia. (source: International Symposium (SNEIDAN-2) “Ekspresi Islami dalam Arsitektur Nusantara-2” at Muhammadiyah University , Surabaya , Indonesia , on July 16th –17th, 1999 )

 
Newspaper's Columns

Saraswati, T. (2006) New Orleans dalam Kenangan, at Kompas National Newspaper, on Sunday, January 15th , 2006.

Saraswati, T. (2005) Heusden, Kota di dalam Benteng, at Kompas National Newspaper, on Sunday, September 4th , 2005.

Saraswati, T. (2005) Fasilitas untuk Kawasan Pedestrian Malioboro, Kompas Jogja Regional Newspaper, May 3rd , 2005.

 
Others

Honorary Fellow at the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning of The University of Melbourne, Australia (since 1999, re-appointed three times until the end of 2003).

Member of Indonesia-Australia Joint Selection Team, Australian Development Scholarship (ADS), AusAid (2002).

External examiner Ph.D. candidate for Architecture Majoring of The University of Canberra, Australia (October 2002).

 
Current Teaching
Urban Morphology
 
Awards
Scholarship for the master program from USAID in Colorado University Denver USA
Scholarship for Doctorate program fromAusAID in Melbourne University Australia
Workshop "The Indonesian Cities Revisited" at Leiden University, The Netherlands, December 6-8th, 2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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