GENERAL SCHEDULE

Time Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Time Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Time Thursday, 18 October 2018 Time Friday, 19 October 2018
1400 Registration 0800 Registration 0900 KEYNOTE 2 0700 – 1300 Site Visit
0830 Welcoming Address
0930 KEYNOTE 1 0945 Technical Session V
1030 Group photo & morning coffee 1030 Morning coffee
1100 Technical Session II 1100 Technical Session VI
1430 – 1645 Technical Session I 1230 Lunch
1400 Technical Session III 1300 Lunch
1545 Refreshment 1400 Special Session on Public-Private-Academia Partnership (PPAP) for DRR / Technical Session VII
1600 Technical Session IV
1930 Dinner with cultural show 1630 Message from the representative of
the next Host Country
1700 Refreshment & Symposium ends

DAY 1 TUESDAY (16 OCTOBER 2018)

TIME ACTIVITY 
1400 – 1405 Registration (Sama-Sama Hotel) (Gateway Ballroom A) 
1430 – 1645 TECHNICAL SESSION I (BOEING 1 ROOM)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Aminaton Marto
 1430 – 1445 Norio Maki
How Can We Manage “Build Back Better”; Trials for Pre-disaster Recovery Planning in Japan
 TS101
1445 – 1500 Takahiro Sayama
Impacts of Landuse and Climate Changes on Hydrology in a Tropical River Basin, Sumatra, Indonesia
 TS102
1500 – 1515 Nor Eliza Alias
Trans-boundary Extreme Rainfall Homogenous Region of Malaysia-Indonesia
TS103
1515 – 1530 Apip
Assessment of Economic Flood Damage Under Environmental Changes Scenario in a Tropical Large River Basin, Sumatra, Indonesia
TS104
 1530 – 1545 Steven Ly
Runoff Prediction in Ungauged Basins: A Case Study in Tonle Sap Lake Basins in Cambodia
TS105
1545 – 1600 Khin Mar Yee
An Investigation on the Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater in Kyonpyaw Township, Ayeyarwaddy Region
TS106
1600 – 1615 Mu Mu Than
The Geographical Study of Flood Disaster Risk in Ayeyarwaddy Delta Region, Myanmar: A Preliminary Investigation
TS107
1615 – 1630 Shintaro Miyake
Data Assimilation of the Rainfall-Runoff-Inundation Model for Realtime Flood Predictions
TS108
1630 – 1645 Dede Heri Yuli Yanto
Development of Laccase Immobilization for Decolorization of Synthetic Dyes and Future Application in Textile Wastewater Treatment Plant
TS109

DAY 2 WEDNESDAY (17 OCTOBER 2018)

TIME ACTIVITY 
0800 – 0830 Registration (Sama-Sama Hotel) (Gateway Ballroom A) 
0830 – 0930 WELCOMING ADDRESS
Assoc. Professor Dr. Shahrum Shah Abdullah
Chair of Conference, Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
Professor Dr. Ali Selamat
Dean, Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
Professor Dr. Yasuyuki Kono
Vice-President, Kyoto University
Leader of JASTIP Project
Former Director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
Gateway Ballroom A
0930 – 1030 KEYNOTE 1:
SDGs and Roles of JASTIP
Professor Dr. Yasuyuki Kono
Vice-President, Kyoto University
Leader of JASTIP Project
Former Director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
Gateway Ballroom A
1030 – 1100 GROUP PHOTO & MORNING COFFEE
1100 – 1230 TECHNICAL SESSION II (Gateway Ballroom A)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Takahiro Sayama
1100 – 1115 Wahyu Dwianto
Development of Eco-friendly End-products
TS201
 1115 – 1130 Aye Nandar Hlaing, Ingyin Khine
Uncertain Reasoning and Prediction Over Time for River Flooding with Dynamic Bayesian Networks Probabilistic Model
TS202
1130 – 1145 Tetsuya Sumi
Evaluation on the Impacts of Upstream Dam Development on Flow, Sediment and Salinity Intrusion into Vietnamese Mekong Delta
TS203
1145- 1200 Shieh Chjeng-Lun
Sediment Management at the River-basin Scale in Taiwan
TS204
1200 – 1215 Nguyen Canh Thai
Flood and Drought Management and Dam Safety Risk Assessment in Vietnam
TS205
1215 – 1230 Lindung Zalbuin Mase/Suched Likiltersuang
Seismic Response Analysis in Nothern Thailand During the 6.8 Mw Tarlay Earthquake
TS206
1230 – 1400 LUNCH
1400 – 1545 TECHNICAL SESSION III (Gateway Ballroom A)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Takashi Watanabe
1400 – 1430 Takashi Watanabe, Sulaeman Yusuf, Witjaksono, Mamoru Kanzaki
JASTIP WP3 Biodiversity and Bioresources Study Toward Synergy of ASEAN Countries and Japan for Sustainable Development
TS301
1430 – 1445 Khamarrul Azahari Razak
Geohazard Assessment and Disaster Risk Reduction in a Tectonically Active Region in Malaysia: A Transdisciplinary Approach
TS302
1445 – 1500 Noor Hana Hanif Abu Bakar
Modification of Natural Polymers for the Enhanced Removal of Multiple Organic Contaminants
TS303
1500 – 1515 Osamu Kozan
Transboundary Atmospheric Pollution from Peatland Fire in Southeast Asia
TS304
1515 – 1530 Mohd. Fadlee A. Rasid
Networked ASEAN Peat Swamp Forest Communities: The Overall View and Malaysian Case
TS305
1530 – 1545 Wida Susanty Haji Suhaili
Networked ASEAN Peat Swamp Forest Communities (Brunei Perspective)
TS306
1545 – 1600 REFRESHMENT
1600 – 1700 TECHNICAL SESSION IV (Gateway Ballroom A)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ismail Abustan
1600 – 1615 Muhayatun Santoso
Assessing Chemical Composition of PM2.5 and Trans-boundary Haze from Peat Forest Fires at Palangka Raya in Indonesia
TS401
1615 – 1630 Siti Hafsah Zulkarnain
Development of Residential Flood Information Map Using Geographical Information System (GIS)
TS402
1630 – 1645 Ahmad Fairuz Mohd. Yusuf
Strengthening the Disaster Risk Reduction Capacity to Improve the Safety and Security of Communities by Understanding Disaster Risks
TS403
1645 – 1700 Minako Jen Yoshikawa
Positioning an Outbreak of Infectious Disease as a National Disaster in Singapore
TS404
1930 DINNER & CULTURAL SHOW

DAY 3 THURSDAY (18 OCTOBER 2018)

TIME ACTIVITY 
0900 – 0945 KEYNOTE 2:
Extreme Events Affecting ASEAN Countries and How to Cope with Them
Professor Dr. Kaoru Takara
Research Leader for WP4 Disaster Prevention, JASTIP
Dean of Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability
Gateway Ballroom A
0945 – 1030 TECHNICAL SESSION V (Gateway Ballroom A)
Chairperson: Mr. Apip
0945 – 1000 Chong Kai Lin
Catchment Scale Frequency Analysis for Kelantan 2014 Flood
TS501
 1000 – 1015 Hirotaka Iwasaki
Experimental Study on Wind Velocity Estimation with Motion-sensor-equipped Moving Anemometer
TS502
1015 – 1030 Kazuyoshi Nishijima
Preliminary Study for Modelling of Wind-breaking Effect of Trees Considering Ther Dynamic Motion
TS503
1030 – 1100 REFRESHMENT
1100 – 1300 TECHNICAL SESSION VI (Gateway Ballroom A)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Hideaki Ohgaki
1100 – 1115 Kyi Lint
Morphological Analysis on Urban Streams in Mandalay City, Myanmar
TS601
1115 – 1130 Ismail Abustan
Sustainable River Sand Removal in Rivers in Perak
TS602
1130 – 1145 Tetsuo Tobita
Experimental Study on Liquefaction-induced Settlements with Sand Boiling
TS603
1145 – 1200 Mary Ann A Espina, Dolores Cecilia T Madrid
The BBB Resilience House Update: Preparing to Construct a Prototype
TS604
1200 – 1215 Joy T. Santiago
Fostering Resilience Community in the Philippines Through Multi-hazard, Multi-disciplinary, and Multi-sectoral Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
TS605
1215 – 1230 Mikio Ishiwatari
Investing in Flood Protection in Asia: Scale and Effect
TS606
1230 – 1245 Keiichi Ishihara
Socio-Economic Analysis of Community Renewable Energy
TS607
1245 – 1300 Hideaki Ohgaki
Before and After Study on Renewable Energy Installation in Rural Community in Sarawak
TS608
1300 – 1400 LUNCH
1400 – 1530 TECHNICAL SESSION VII (BOEING 3 ROOM)
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Masafumi Goto
1400 – 1415 Zul Ilham Zulkifli Lubes
Integration of Environmental Sustainability Approaches in Disaster Risk Reduction
TS701
1415 – 1430 Sohaib Baig
Flood Inundation Modeling in Astore River Basin, Pakistan
TS702
1430 – 1445 Mohd. Remy Rozainy
Development of Flood Vulnerability Assessment (Va) and Risk Index (Ri) for Critical Infrastructure (Ci) in Penang Island, Malaysia
TS703
1445 – 1500 Duc Ha Nguyen
A Coupled Hydrological-geotechnical Framework for Simulating Shallow Landslide Hazard – A Case Study in Halong City, Vietnam
TS704
1500 – 1515 Jessada Karnjana
Landslide Preparedness in the ASEAN Member States: A Data Fusion Approach to Real-Time Monitoring System and Information Management
TS705
1515 – 1530 Mohd. Khairi Abu Husain
Ocean Thermal Energy-driven Development for Sustainability
TS706
1545 – 1630 CLOSING CEREMONY
Remarks from the Host Country of Future JASTIP Joint Symposium
1630 – 1700 REFRESHMENT & SYMPOSIUM ENDS