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Conference papers and presentations

The Limits of Indigenous Knowledge: A critical reflection on “running to higher ground” narrative! International Tsunami Symposium 2017.
Connecting the actors, discovering the ties: exploring the organisational network behind disaster risk reduction projects in Asia and the Pacific. Asia Pacific Humanitarian Leadership Conference, Melbourne, 24-25 April 2017 [Trias, APL., Lassa, J. Surjan A.]
How Resilient is the Maritime Nation? Assessing Ports and Port Cities Vulnerability in Indonesia: A Preliminary Analysis. TWIN-SEA 4th Workshop UNU-LIPI-University of Hannover. 2017. PPTx
How Well Do DRR Facts and Ideas Travel? “Mobile Cultures of Disaster Conference” University of South Australia (UniSA). 2017
When Institutionalisation Means NGOnitation? Sustaining Climate Risk Governance in Indonesian Cities. ISG Seminar, Australian National University [Nov 2016] [invited talk].
Understanding gaps and opportunities in ASEAN humanitarian systems. RSIS-AHA Center Conference in Jakarta [Nov 2016] [invited talk]
Exogenous and Endogenous Forces in Climate Change Adaptation Policy Making in Developing Countries. The 6th International Building Resilience Conference 2016.
Future impact of climate change on food security in Asia pacific. Joint RSIS-IFPRi Seminar, 20 March 2016.
Natural hazards in Asia and Pacific – an Overview. NTS Asia Conference, Singapore, February 2016. . [invited talk]
Revisiting Food Reserve Policies and Practices: Recent Observation from Asian Countries. AARES2016: 60TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS SOCIETY.
Securing Food in the Anthropocene – Key Considerations for Policy Makers. ICCFSA First International Conference on Climate and Food Security in Asia at National University of Singapore, 5 June 2015.
Lassa, J. Future Scenario for Ebola-like event in Asia. Leveraging Regional Frameworks for Addressing Future Pandemics, Banyan Analytics Hawaii Event 27-29 January 2015. [invited talk]
Caballero-Anthony, M, Teng, P., Tian, G., Shrestha, M. and Lassa, J. 2015. Linking Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security in ASEAN. Framing the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Post 2015 – Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia.  Discussion Paper 2015.
Targeted Emergency Network Service Deployment Algorithm for Relief Agencies”, Submitted to IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), London, UK, 2015. doi: 10.1109/ICC.2015.7248906.
Disaster Mitigation through Governing Risk Reduction’. KAVLI FRONTIERS For Science – Joint Meeting US National Academic of Science and Indonesian Academy of Science, June 2014 [Invited].
Microfinance in Water and Sanitation Services: Identifying best practices. Conference Paper – Managing the Globalization of Sanitation Water Services: ‘Blue Gold’ Regulatory and Economic challenges Hong Kong 23-24 March, 2015 Chinese University of Hong Kong.
“Meta governance” for Future (polycentric) Disaster Risk Reduction – Invited Talk at the UNISDR-UNDP Global Assessment Report on DRR- Expert Meeting Series on The Future of DRM by UNISDR, UNDP and LKYSPP, 10-11 April 2014, Singapore.
Urban agriculture and climate Change: Case study from ASEAN. In Conference on Food Security in the Context of Climate Change. EU-Asia Dialogue and Centre for South Asian Studies in Kathmandu/Nepal on 20 March 2014. [Invited talk]
Visiting Lecture to Regional Planning and Development Department, Bandung Institute of Technology – Concepts and Practices on Climate Change Adaptation in Indonesia [Oct 2013]
Invited talk to LIPI (Indonesian Science Institute) Science Communication – Itrandisciplinary-and-science-communication [August 2013]
Invited talk to MSc Program of Urban and Regional Planning at Diponegoro University – Urban Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Framework. [December 2012].
Invited talk to Master Program of Agronomy at the University of Lampung – Loss and Damage Assessment Framework in Agricultural Commodities [October 2012].
Invited talks to Earth Observatory of Singapore – on Institutions and governance of disaster reduction at global and national scale [June 2012].
National DRR Science Camp 2012, LIPI (Indonesian Science Institute) – Held in Kebumen March 2012.
Public Lecture on Knowledge Economy for Development at STIE (Wirawacana School of Economics Science, Sumba, Indonesia – Sept 2011)
Post disaster governance of Aceh 2005-2007: What complexity and network theory can offer? Abstract and full paper to AIWEST-DR 2011.
Auditing Climate Adaptation Vision in Local Disaster Risk Regulations in Indonesia. ACT global workshop di Yogya  tgl 5 September 2011 (invited speaker).
“Tracking climate change adaptation vision in disaster risk reduction in Indonesia.” – Asian Fellow Seminar, Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School. 28 Apr 2011 (invited speaker).
“Decentralized governance and institutional challenge on disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation In Indonesia” – abstracts accepted – Colorado Conference on Earth System Governance: “Crossing Boundaries and Building Bridges”, held at Colorado State University, 17-20 May 2011.
“Can Indonesia reduce its disaster risk? Some recent findings! Asian Disaster Management Seminar Series 2011. Crisis Leadership Program, Harvard Kennedy School. 6 Apr 2011.
When Uncertainty Becomes Norms and Negotiation is the Rule of the Game. Presented at the “Youth, Politics, and Reconstructions in an Indonesian Conflict Zone”: Indonesia Program, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University. 29 March 2011.
“Role of civil society organizations in Indonesia addressing climate and environmentally displaced people.” Panel Presentation at the Annual Meeting 2010, Asian Disaster Risk Reduction Network.” Jogjakarta 8-10 Dec 2010.
“Understanding polycentric governance of disaster risk reduction: an introduction to a new analytical framework.” In International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC, Davos 2010 Proceeding (extended abstract)
“Institutional vulnerability assessment and the governance of early warning system.” End to End Natural-Hazard Early Warning Systems Conference: Hotel Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta, Indonesia 19-20 April 2010.
The rise of risks: can Indonesia incrementally reduce disaster risks? – Selected abstract and oral presentation at the Young Scholar Workshops – Changing Governance in Asia at the Leiden University, the Netherlands from 26 – 27 November 2009. Book of Abstracts.
“Disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: shared problem, two cultures.” 9th IIASA-DPRI Conference on Integrated Disaster Risk Management, 12-16 October 2009, Kyoto University Japan. Book of Abstracts.
“Governance for the sustainability of hazard early warning system. an interdisciplinary approach.”  Poster Presentation at GITEWS Annual Conference Meeting at GFZ, Potsdam, Germany.
When heaven (hardly) meet the earth: towards convergency in tsunami early warning systems. Proceeding of ISSM Conference (13-15 May 2008), Delft, Netherlands PDF.
“The status quo of community based disaster risk reduction in Indonesia” – Key Note Speech and Presentation at the National CBDRM Symposium IV, Bali. (19-21August 2008)
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