Sri WidiyantoroInstitute of Technology, Bandung

Seismicity and structure of subduction zone in Indonesia: Seismic hazards of Java

Sri Widiyantoro is a professor of seismology at ITB, Bandung, Indonesia, where he has spent his academic career since 1987. He received his PhD in Geophysics from Australian National University in 1997. After postdoctoral research at the University of Tokyo (1998-1999) he joined the faculty of ITB’s Department of Engineering Geophysics. His main research interest is in the field of seismology, particularly seismic tomographic imaging. Alongside his work on large-scale seismological problems, he has engaged actively in consultancy on oil, gas, mining and geothermal explorations related work in Indonesia, so that he can bring a broad perspective to his science.

He has received recognition through numerous awards including the Doornbos Memorial Prize from SEDI-IUGG, the Habibie Award from the Habibie Center, the Science and Technology Award from the Indonesian Toray Science Foundation, and the Australian Alumni Award for Research and Innovation. He has been a Fellow of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences since 2011. He is currently Rector of Maranatha Christian University, Bandung (2020-now), Head of the National Center for Earthquake Studies (2020-now), Dean of Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, ITB (2011-2020), and President for the Indonesian Association of Geophysicists (2012-2014).

Sri WidiyantoroInstitute of Technology, Bandung

Seismicity and structure of subduction zone in Indonesia: Seismic hazards of Java

Sri Widiyantoro is a professor of seismology at ITB, Bandung, Indonesia, where he has spent his academic career since 1987. He received his PhD in Geophysics from Australian National University in 1997. After postdoctoral research at the University of Tokyo (1998-1999) he joined the faculty of ITB’s Department of Engineering Geophysics. His main research interest is in the field of seismology, particularly seismic tomographic imaging. Alongside his work on large-scale seismological problems, he has engaged actively in consultancy on oil, gas, mining and geothermal explorations related work in Indonesia, so that he can bring a broad perspective to his science.

He has received recognition through numerous awards including the Doornbos Memorial Prize from SEDI-IUGG, the Habibie Award from the Habibie Center, the Science and Technology Award from the Indonesian Toray Science Foundation, and the Australian Alumni Award for Research and Innovation. He has been a Fellow of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences since 2011. He is currently Rector of Maranatha Christian University, Bandung (2020-now), Head of the National Center for Earthquake Studies (2020-now), Dean of Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, ITB (2011-2020), and President for the Indonesian Association of Geophysicists (2012-2014).

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