A Network of Heritage Practitioners supported by WHITRAP Shanghai
Architecture, Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering
Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
Cultural Heritage Recovery
Cultural Heritage Recovery, Digital Analysis on Heritage Impact Assessment
Khaerun Nisa received her Master's and Doctoral degrees in Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering at Osaka University, Japan. She experienced worked with International Recovery Platform Kobe for five years as Assistant Researcher. As an editor of the Guidance Note on recovery series, she is highly involved in the Livelihood sector. Nisa has personally been researching disaster recovery since 2007, especially on privately and community-owned cultural heritage recovery programs in Indonesia. In 2014, she joined the University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta as a lecturer in the Department of Architecture. Nisa is vital in conceptualizing and organizing national and international events such as Global studies 2018 and 2019, DRR Education workshops, 1stAPTIK International Conference on Poverty and Environment, and a series of National conferences on Sustainable Culture, Architecture, and Nature from 2014 to the present. Recently she has been in charge of experts in Heritage Impact Assessment and team leader in Disaster Risk Management Plan for Borobudur Temple Compounds World Heritage Site.