Didin Agustian Permadi

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Didin Agustian Permadi

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didin_permadi@ait.asia, didin.agustian@gmail.com

Biography

EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH BACKGROUND

  1. Eng. Environmental Technology and Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand; 2013

Research topic: Assessment of efficacy of black carbon emission reduction measures and co- benefits on climate forcing mitigation and air quality improvement in Southeast Asia

  1. Eng. Environmental Technology and Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok,

Thailand; 2007

Research topic: Photochemical smog modeling application for ozone air quality management in Jakarta, Indonesia

  1. Eng. Environmental Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia; 2003

Research topic: Detail engineering design of sewerage system and waste water treatment plant of Sukabumi Municipality, West Java

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

  1. Emission inventory of primary aerosols and ozone precursors
  2. Energy and environment (air quality and climate change)
  3. Photochemical smog 3D modelling for urban and regional scale
  4. 3D aerosol chemical transport model for urban and regional scale
  5. Short-lived climate forcing pollutants and co-benefit analysis for emission reduction of black carbon and its impacts on climate radiative forcing and health using modeling tool
  6. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study: document arrangement and environmental monitoring plan
  7. Detail Engineering Design (DED) of Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Water Treatment Plan (WTP)
  8. Detail Engineering Design (DED) of Sewerage System and Water Supply

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

  1. Affiliated faculty for Air Pollution Modeling course work (for post graduate level at the Asian Institute of Technology)
  2. Teaching assistant for Air Pollution Engineering and Management (for post graduate level at the Asian Institute of Technology)
  3. Teaching assistant for Air Pollution Modeling and Applications (for post graduate level at the Asian Institute of Technology)
  4. Teaching assistant for fluid mechanics laboratory experimental course (for under graduate level at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB))
  5. Teaching assistant for plumbing and pump laboratory experimental course (for under graduate level at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB))

PUBLICATIONS

 

 

International journal:

  1. Permadi, A., and Kim Oanh, N.T. (2008). Episodic ozone air quality in Jakarta in relation to meteorological conditions. Atmospheric Environment, 42, 6806 – 6815.
  2. Kim Oanh, T., Phuong, M.T., Permadi, D.A. (2012). Analysis of motorcycle fleet in Hanoi for estimation of air pollution emission and climate mitigation co-benefit of technology implementation, Atmospheric Environment, 59, 438-448.
  3. Permadi, A., Kim Oanh, N.T. (2012). Assessment of biomass open burning emissions in Indonesia and potential climate forcing impact. Atmospheric Environment, 78, 250-258.

Book/book chapter:

  1. Kim Oanh Nguyen Thi and Didin Agustian (2009). Chapter 12: Photochemical smog modeling for ozone air quality management; Modelling of Pollutants in Complex Environmental Systems, Volume I, ILM Publications, a trading division of ILM Holdings, Ltd.
  2. Didin Agustian, , Murray, F., and Kim Oanh, N.T., (2011). Chapter 6: Regional Scale Modeling for Projection of Ozone Air Quality and Potential Effects on Agricultural Crops in Southeast Asia, Integrated Air Quality Management: Asian Case Studies, in press, Taylor and Francis Group, CRC Press, edited by Prof N.T. Kim Oanh.
  3. Kim Oanh, T., Didin Agustian P., Phuc, N.H., and Zhuang, Y.H., (2011). Chapter 1: Current Status of Air Quality and Management Practices in Asian Developing Countries, Integrated Air Quality Management: Asian Case Studies, in press, Taylor and Francis Group, CRC Press, edited by Prof N.T. Kim Oanh.
  4. Kim Oanh, T., Didin Agustian P., Zhang, B.N., Huy, T.N.Q, Phuong, N.L., Thongchai, K., and Asif, I., (2011). Chapter 5: Urban Scale Photochemical Modeling Applications in Asian Cities for assessment of Ozone, Particulate Matter air quality and Acid deposition, Integrated Air Quality Management: Asian Case Studies, in press, Taylor and Francis Group, CRC Press, edited by Prof

N.T. Kim Oanh.

  1. Kim Oanh, T., and Didin Agustian P., (2011). IGAC report on megacities and global changes of air quality and climate: Jakarta. Published by World Metorological Organization (WMO) and International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC).
  2. Shrestha M., Kim Oanh N.T., Shrestha R., Rupakheti M., Permadi D.A., Kanabkaew T., Salony R., (2011). Atmospheric Brown Cloud (ABC) Emission Inventory Manual (EIM), United Nation Environmental Programme (UNEP), Nairobi, Kenya. Book can be retrieved from http://www.unep.org/delc/Portals/119/atmospheric/ABC_EIM.pdf.
  3. Puji Lestari and Didin Agustian (2014). Chapter 5: Air quality management in Bandung City, Indonesia; Improving air quality in Asian Developing Countries: Compilation of Research Findings, Narenca pub., Hanoi, Vietnam.
  4. Didin Agustian Permadi, Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh, Thongchai Kanabkaew, and Kok (2014). Chapter 15: Emission Inventory for Air Quality Modeling; Improving air quality in Asian Developing Countries: Compilation of Research Findings, Narenca pub., Hanoi, Vietnam.
  5. Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh, Didin Agustian Permadi, Le Hoang Nghiem, Zhang Baoning, Nguyen Lu Phuong, Tran Nguyen Quang Huy, Hoang Anh Le, Dam Duy An, Kok Sothea and Nguyen Anh (2014). Chapter 16: Air Quality Modeling and Applications for Air Quality Management in Southeast Asia; Improving air quality in Asian Developing Countries: Compilation of Research Findings, Narenca pub., Hanoi, Vietnam.
  6. Yahui Zhuang, Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh, James Simpas, Ligy Philip, Puji Lestari, Hoang Xuan Co, Achim Maas, Hailin Wang, Wei Zhang, Xiaoke Wang, Genevieve Lorenzo, Melliza Templonuevo Cruz, and Didin Agustian Permadi. (2014). Chapter 19: AIRPET country specific policy recommendations; Improving air quality in Asian Developing Countries: Compilation of Research Findings, Narenca , Hanoi, Vietnam.

Project consultancy reports:

  1. Kim Oanh Nguyen Thi and Didin Agustian (2010). Overview of ground-level ozone pollution in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS); Chapter IX in Risks and Adaptation to Climate Change in BCI Pilot Sites in PRC, Thailand and Vietnam; Technical Report, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Murdoch University, 2010.

  1. Kim Oanh Nguyen Thi and Didin Agustian (2010). Future ground level ozone pollution and acid deposition in GMS region simulated by CMAQ-MM5 modeling system; Chapter XIII in Risks and Adaptation to Climate Change in BCI Pilot Sites in PRC, Thailand and Vietnam; Technical Report, Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Murdoch University, 2010.
  2. Kim Oanh, Didin Agustian and Thongchai, , (2010). Air quality dispersion modeling to assess impacts of VOC emission in Bangkok Metropolitan Region (BMR), project report prepared for Environmental Research Training Center (ERTC), Thailand.
  3. Onchang, , Kim Oanh, N.T., Thongchai, K, Didin Agustian, P., Enduu, B., (2010). Air Quality and Climate Impacts of Switching to Natural Gas-Fueled Public Transportation Vehicles in Bangkok, Project report prepared for Royal Thai Government (RTG) Joint Research Program, AIT – Silpakorn University.
  4. Kim Oanh, N.T., Permadi, D.A., Kanabkaew, T. (2010). Air quality impact assessment of a chemical petroleum industry in Qatar using AERMOD dispersion model, Project Report submitted to Environmental Solution Ltd, Bangkok, Thailand.
  5. Kim Oanh, T., Permadi, D.A., Kingkaew, S., Pongprueksa, P., and Chatchupong, T. (2013). PTT- AIT Final Project Report: Study of ground-level ozone in Bangkok Metropolitan Region by Advance Mathemathical Modeling for Air Quality Management, Funded by PTT co Ltd, Bangkok, Thailand.
  6. Kim Oanh, T., Permadi, D.A., Sothea, K., Van, Huynh. (2015). Atmospheric emission inventory for Phnom Penh, Cambodia. A research project funded by GiZ under the program of “ASEAN – Germany Technical Cooperation: Cleaner Air for Smaller Cities”.

International Conferences and Workshops (oral and poster presentations):

  1. Permadi A and Wangsaatmadja S., (2005).”Environmental Audit of Solid Waste Final Disposal Site in Bogor Municipality”. Paper presented in International Conference of Solid Waste Management in South East Asia Countries Paper Proceeding, CIDA – AIT, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
  2. Didin A. Permadi and Kim Oanh N. T., (2006). “Status and Trend of Photochemical Smog Pollution in Jakarta and Episode Selection for Modeling Purpose”, Paper presented in International Workshop of Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2006, 13-15 December 2006, Yogyakarta,
  3. Didin Permadi and Kim Oanh N. T., (2007).”Photochemical Smog Pollution in Jakarta and Management Strategy Development Using CAMx-MM5 Modeling System”. Selected as a winner in Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Student Paper Contest, Annual Conference of AWMA, Pittsburg, USA.
  4. Didin Agustian Permadi and Kim Oanh T. (2007). “Surface Ozone Pollution and Modeling Effort for Ozone Air Quality Management in Jakarta, Indonesia”, Paper presented in International Conference of Air Quality Management in Southeast Asia, 21-23 November 2007, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.
  5. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh T. (2008). Surface Ozone Pollution and CAMx-MM5 Modeling Effort for Jakarta. Presented in International Workshop of Numerical Simulation of Disastrous Phenomena. AIT-Tokyo University, January 2007.
  6. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh T. (2008). Development of Emission Inventory for Ozone Air Quality Modelling in Jakarta, Indonesia. Poster presentation in Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2008, Bangkok, Thailand.
  7. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh T., (2009). Overview of Ground Level Ozone Pollution in Great Mekong Sub-region, presented at GMS-CEP Capacity Building: Regional Meeting of Technical Experts , 8-9 September 2009, Bangkok, Thailand.
  8. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh, (2010). Atmospheric Brown Cloud Emission Inventory Manual (EIM) Development, Invited speaker at ASEAN – German Technical Cooperation Emission Inventory Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand, February 26-27,
  9. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh N.T. (2010). Black Carbon Emission Inventory for Indonesia, presented at Better Air Quality Workshop, 2010,
  10. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh (2011). Co-control for Air Quality and Climate Benefit: Opportunities for Asia. Invited speaker (in Environmental Technology and Management Conference 4th ETMC , November 2011, Bandung, Indonesia).

  1. Didin Agustian, Kim Oanh and Robert Vautard (2012). Regional simulation of black carbon particulate matter in Southeast Asia, a poster presented at the 105th Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Annual Conference, San Antonio, USA, 19-22 June
  2. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh (2012). Investigation of efficacy on various BC mitigation measures and associated climatic impacts using WRF/Chimere modeling system, presented at Better Air Quality Workshop, 2012, Hong
  3. Didin Agustian and Kim Oanh (2013). Surface ozone pollution in Jakarta: monitoring data analysis and modeling effort, International Workshop on the Global Atmospheric Watch (GAW) Programme in Tropical Regions, Jakarta-Indonesia.
  4. Didin Agustian, Kim Oanh and Robert Vautard (2013). Regional Black Carbon Air Quality and Aerosol Optical Depth over Southeast Asia Simulated using WRF/CHIMERE and AODEM, 2013 T&T International Aerosol Conference (T&T IAC), Bangkok-Thailand.
  5. Didin Agustian, Kim Oanh and Robert Vautard (2014). Spatial and temporal distribution of anthropogenic black carbon direct radiative forcing in Southeast Asia, presented at the Workshop on Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Change in Asia (WACCCA 2014), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14-15 July
  6. Kim Oanh, N.T., Dong, N.P., Permadi, D.A. (2014). Development of Emission Inventory for Forest Fires in Southeast Asia (SEA) using Satellite Data and GIS Technique, presented at the 107th Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Annual Conference, California, USA, 24- 27 June
  7. Chatchupong, , Kingkaew, S., Permadi, D.A., and Kim Oanh, N.T. (2014). Paper: Ozone Air Quality Management in Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand: PTT Scientifically Perspective Strategies and Plans, presented at the 107th Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Annual Conference, California, USA, 24-27 June 2014.
  8. Didin Agustian, Kim Oanh and Robert Vautard (2015). Simulation of Black Carbon and Aerosol Optical Depth over Southeast Asia Region: abstract accepted for oral presentation at 2nd Workshop on Atmospheric Composition and The Asian Monsoon (ACAM), 8-10 June 2015, Bangkok,
  9. Didin Agustian, Kim Oanh and Robert Vautard (2015). Impact of black carbon emission reduction measures on climate forcing mitigation in Southeast Asia: oral presentation made at the Regional Forum on Climate Change (RFCC), Low Carbon and Climate Resilient Societies, Bangkok, 1-3 July

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

 

2001-2002             Laboratory Assistant (Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)) for under graduate level :

  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Plumbing and Pumping

2002-2003             Junior Environmental Engineer in Arsicona Bangun Prima Consulting Engineering, Indonesia

Project:

Design of centralized waster water treatment plant and sewerage system for Cakung Trading Bounded Industrial Estate, Jakarta, Indonesia (Kawasan Berikat Nusantara, Cakung & Marunda).

2003-2005             Environmental Engineer at Pandu Persada Consulting Engineering,  Bandung, Indonesia

Projects:

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study

  1. CO2 removal unit of PT Pertamina (Indonesian Oil and Gas Company) processing unit of Subang, West Java
  2. Exploration Unit of PT Pertamina (Indonesian Oil and Gas Company), field Tambun, Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia
  3. Cilegon Hospital, Banten, Indonesia

  1. Pangandaran Hospital, Ciamis, West Java

Environmental Monitoring

  1. Goodyear co Ltd (Bogor, Indonesia)
  2. Oil and gas pipe line of PT Pertamina (Indonesian oil and gas company), from Cirebon (West Java) – Merak (Banten),
  3. All Exploration Unit of PT Pertamina (Indonesian oil and gas company), from Cirebon (West Java) – Merak (Banten),

Feasibility study (FS) of centralized waste water treatment plant for a Tourism place in Ciamis municipality, West Java Province, Indonesia. Client: West Java Provincial Environmental  Protection Agency (WJ-EPA)

 

Detail Engineering Design of Sewerage System and Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP):

  1. Tambak Rejo Government Hospital, Surabaya, Indonesia
  2. Soreang Government Hospital, Soreang Municipality, West Java,

2007-2008           Research Associate (RA) at Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Projects:

  1. Atmospheric Brown Cloud (ABC) Emission Inventory” project, AIT – UNEP

RRCAP. This project aims to develop a manual for atmospheric brown clouds precursors emission inventory and conduct case study of national emission inventory for Thailand and Indonesia. This project is funded by Sida.

  1. AIT-SIDA, Asian Air Pollution Research Network Project (Airpet). This project aimed to conduct long-term monitoring of particulate matters and compositions in 6 cities in Asia. This project is funded by

2008-2012           PhD Student associate/teaching assistant for post-graduate level

  • Air quality management
  • Air pollution modelling

2011(June-Oct) Visiting researcher at Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE), Institute Pierre – Simon Laplace (IPSL), Orsay, France

Project:

AIT/SDCC-France (2010-2013). Assessment of co-benefits on air quality and climate resulted from various control strategies in Southeast Asia. This project focuses on black carbon emission in the base year and different control scenarios. Simulation of the impacts on air quality and climate is done using a regional chemical-climate modeling. PI, in cooperation with Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, Gif/Yvette, France Institut de Combustion, Aérothermique, Réactivité et Environnement (ICARE), France. Sponsored by SDCC / AIT – France Network.

2013-2014           Senior Research Associate at AIT

Project:

  1. AIT-PTT (2012-2014). Study of Ground-level Ozone in Bangkok Metropolitan Region by Advance Mathematical Modeling for Air Quality Management. Emission reduction scenarios is developed and simulated to identify the most appropriate measures to reduce ozone concentration over the Sponsored by PTT Public Company Limited.
  2. AIT-SINTEF (2006-2014). Hazardous Chemical Management (AIT-SINTEF cooperation): This project deals mainly obsolete pesticides and stockpile PCB, dioxin contaminated The project aims at capacity building for the region to handle hazardous chemicals. Donor: NORAD, phase 1 (2006-2008) and phase 2 (2012-2014).

2015-now            Affiliated Faculty and Senior Research Specialist at EEM, FoS, AIT

Project:

  1. GIZ (2014-2015). This project focused on development of air pollutants emission inventory for Phnom Penh City, Research partner is Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), Cambodia. This project is funded by GiZ.
  2. Sumernet (2015-2016). The project entitles “Turning rice straw into cooking fuel: A study on air quality and climate co-benefit in selected GMS countries” and was conducted under the SUMERNET Phase 3. Research partners are Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Hue University, Vietnam, and King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thailand. This project is funded by Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Asia, Bangkok,
  3. AIT Green Sustainability (2014-2015). The project entitles “Green Sustainability of Cooking Facility at AIT” that is conducted under the AIT Initiative for Green This project is funded by ADEME, France.
  4. AIT-JICA RI (2015-2016). The project title is “A Study on Urban Air Pollution Improvement in Asia” that focuses on long term monitoring of PM5 concentrations in Bangkok, Thailand and its compositions. Project research partners are JICA-RI and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Lad-krabang (KMITL, Thailand). This project is funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency Research Institute (JICA-RI).
  5. PEER-NSF (2012-2015). Assessment of impacts of the emission reduction measures of short-lived climate forcers on air quality and climate in Southeast Asia (SLCP-SEA). Two countries, Indonesia and Vietnam, were selected for the emission inventory and pilot scale Research partners: Hanoi University of Science (HUS) and Nonglam University (NLU), Vietnam and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Indonesia, and CU, USA. Sponsored by USAID, USA.

AWARDS AND HONOURS

 

 

  1. Winner of 2007 Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) West Coast Section student paper competition at master level. Photochemical Smog Modeling Application for Jakarta,
  2. Winner of 2012 Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) West Coast Section student paper competition at doctoral Regional simulation of black carbon in Southeast Asia.

PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS

 

 

As participant:

  1. Receptor modeling and trajectory training by Prof Philip Hopke from Clarkson University (USA), 13-17 February 2007, AIT, Bangkok, Thailand
  2. 5th Advanced Research Weather Research Forecast model training, 13-19 April 2011, Busan, Korea
  3. 7th Chimere chemistry transport model training, 17-20 July 2011, at the Laboratory of Dynamic Meteorology (LMD) IPSL, Ecole Polytechnique, 91128 Palaiseau, Paris,
  4. APEC Climate Center (APCC) Climate Prediction Training Program, upcoming 19-24 August 2013, Busan, Korea (confirmed).
  5. Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks for Air Pollution Monitoring, 15-19 December 2014, intERLab

As trainer:

  1. Trainer at “Male Declaration Training: Training on Integrated Assessment Model and Air Quality Dispersion UNEP.RRCAP”. Colombo, Srilanka, May 2012.
  2. Trainer at “Training on Air Quality Study for North Korean DPRK Lecturer”, Bangkok, Thailand, 8-19 July
  3. Trainer at “Annual Review Workshop and Technical Training of PEER-SEA Co-benefit Network, Thailand, 20-24 May 2013” for:
    • Emission inventory using ABC EIM tool
    • 3D meteorological model and chemistry transport model
    • WRF-Chem application for on-line radiative forcing analysis

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

 

  1. Member of Indonesian Environmental Engineer Association (IATPI)
  2. Member of Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA)
  3. Young scientist member of The International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) of Asian Working Group
  4. Young scientist member of the Asian Network on Climate Science and Technology (ANCST)