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Wahyu Satrio Ardiko, Wahyu (author)
Since coined in 2011, socio-hydrology studies have been dominated with mathematical models developed by mostly hydrologists, which often did not take social aspects into account so seriously. Some people argued that more attention into the social part of socio-hydrology should be given, because often the social aspects were too oversimplified....
master thesis 2019
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Limburg, Maarten (author)
Adaptive re-use of colonial heritage in Bandung, Indonesia.
master thesis 2019
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Colenbrander, Jip (author)
What will the future of the shared heritage city center of Bandung, Indonesia be? When researching the current city center, it became clear that the historical structures of the city cannot cope with the growth of the city. In the past there was space for water, green and heritage, however traffic and people are taking over now. This results in...
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Borremans, Luuk (author)
Developing and testing an approach to the densification of Indonesian inner cities that grows from the values of shared heritage to create a synergy between its formal street and urban kampong structure
master thesis 2019
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Cotino, Amy (author)
The problem statement focuses on the livelihoods of the residents of the kampongs in the historical city center of Bandung, Indonesia. The livelihoods within the kampong are mainly based on self-employment in the form of goods and services. This type of economic activity is widely known as the informal economy and consists of certain risks. The...
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Mugica, Céline (author)
How can local craftsmanship be intensified by way of unqualified and qualified workers in the urban centre of Bandung in order to retrofit existing structures in a creative and durable manner?
By using the existing shared vernacular and craftsmanship knowledge and available resources, the self-build tradition which is already strongly...
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Mechielsen, Tim (author)
In this thesis local re-use and up-cycling opportunities are investigated within Bandung, Indonesia. The findings concerning the different types of waste building materials are applied within a building material hub design. The building strives to create a small scale circular economy concerning building materials within the local context.
master thesis 2019
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van der Hoek, Alexander (author)
The aim of the Building with Nature (BwN) design philosophy is to improve on a traditional approach for infrastructural projects by utilising natural processes to create benefits for society and nature. In a fast-changing world where climate action is becoming increasingly important, there is need for an innovative approach in large...
master thesis 2018
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Haage, Samantha (author)
Due to the removal of mangrove forests, coastal zones can suffer from severe erosion. One of the proposed solutions is the construction of permeable structures. This study aims to optimise the design of permeable (brushwood) structures in order to restore the sediment balance and encourage mangrove re-establishment on tropical mud coasts....
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Pragistio, Yunizar (author)
Access to electricity still lacks for a fifth of the world's population. Most of the areas are in the remote rural location. Due to the off-grid location, policies, and other social factors, the grid expansion in these areas is not economically viable. Installing Solar Home Systems (SHS) is considered to be a promising immediate solution, given...
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Zheilla Hardikurnia, Vinda (author)
The early goal of this project is to investigate a local healthcare context for implementation of a technology under development by TU Delft. The technology is intended to create a smartphone-based Rapid Diagnostic Test that can detect Dengue, Zika, and Chikungunya. The project tried to understand the local healthcare context and find the...
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Afriana, Lina (author)
Startup arguably becomes one of the key drivers in the country economy. The growth of startup depends on how well the ecosystem provides the support needed by the startup. Like other young companies, startups have higher failure rates due to lack of resources, networks, reputations, credibility, innovation, or marketing knowledge for developing...
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Chheda, Rushabh (author)
Indonesia is one of the 5 countries in the world that contribute to around 60% of all the ocean plastics in the world. This thesis project is based in the kampungs of Cigondewah, in Bandung, Indonesia. This project tries to deal with the local economies of waste recycling and the informal housing industry. The kampungs are situated next to a...
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Koppes, Fabian (author), van der Veer, Machiel (author), Veldt, Timo (author), Marif, Kizjè (author), Smits, Roy (author)
Due to climate change and growing cities, water scarcity is becoming one of the futures biggest problems. On top of that, the population and prosperity of cities around the equator are growing fast. Meaning that the need for electricity, cooling and drinking water will grow fast in the following decades. ROTEC’s vision is that these growing...
student report 2018
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Sanjaya, Stephen (author)
student report 2018
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Hoogmoet, Gijs (author), Klop, Stijn (author), Mulder, Esmée (author), Nederlof, Ilse (author), Vleugels, Jef (author), van der Vliet, Nils (author)
IHE-Delft in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) conducts a pilot project on assessing Crop Water Productivity in Asia, aiming to contribute to sustainable development in Asia’s irrigation sector, and create more value from scarce water resources. Indonesia is one of the 6 pilot countries where advanced technologies to measure...
student report 2017
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Dwi Sasetyaningtyas, Tyas (author)
The electrification ratio of Sumba Island has been increased in the past five years from about 24.5% in 2010 to about 43% 2015 in which 55% of the share supplied by renewable energy resources (Hivos, 2015). Despite the progress on electrification ratio, there are still about 238 out of 433 villages which do not have electricity access (PLN, 2017...
master thesis 2017
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van Tol, Maurits (author)
Biofuels are inextricably bound up with policy. Various drivers can be identified for the production and consumption of biofuels, such as environmental considerations, energy security and economic development. Therefore, biofuels may be an appealing option to policy makers. Biofuels are in general more expensive to produce than their fossil...
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Adisti, Rosalia (author)
To understand the full impact of broadband implementation to development, investigations beyond its relationship with economic measures are needed. In this study, we particularly want to assess the impact of broadband to human development. The objective of this study is to build knowledge and insight into impact assessment in the field of human...
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Li, Yuchen (author)
Cigondewah, as a growing industrial area in Bandung, is facing with serious ecological and societal dilemma because of rapid growth of violating textile industry. Polluted water and soil makes traditional food crop farming difficult to maintain, while industry land is biting up farmland, the last precious green space left in this area. To solve...
master thesis 2017
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