Fatwa Ramdani, D.Sc., S.Si., M.Sc. Coordinator

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Fatwa Ramdani was born in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. He obtained his bachelor degree from Department of Geography, University of Indonesia on 2007. He received his master (2011) and doctoral degree (2014) from Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University, Japan.

International Journal Papers

Ramdani, F., Septiani, P. 2017. Multiscale assessment of progress of electrification in Indonesia based on brightness level derived from nighttime satellite imagery. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, DOI:10.1007/s10661-017-5949-8 vol. 189, pp. 249
Ramdani, F., Putra, AP., Utomo, BN. 2015. Historical Urban Land Use Transformation in Virtual Geo-Library. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 4 vol. 3, pp. 1500-1511
Ramdani, F., Hino, M. 2014. Oil Palm Plantation Sustainable Management Model: A Community-Based Cooperative. The Science reports of the Tôhoku University. Seventh series: (Geography) Tohoku Daigaku 09/2013, 60 vol. 1, pp. 1-25
Ramdani, F. , Moffiet, T., Hino, M. 2014. Local surface temperature change due to expansion of oil palm plantation in Indonesia. Climatic Change, vol. 123 no 2, pp. 189-200
Ramdani, F., Rahman, S., Setiani, P. 2015. Inexpensive Method to Assess Mangroves Forest through the Use of Open Source Software and Data Available Freely in Public Domain. Journal of Geographic Information System, 1 vol. 7, pp. 43-57
Ramdani, F., Setiani, P. 2014. Spatio-temporal analysis of urban temperature in Bandung City, Indonesia. Urban Ecosystem, DOI:10.1007/s11252-013-0332-1 vol. 17, no.2, pp. 473 - 487
Ramdani, F. 2013. Urban Vegetation Mapping from Fused Hyperspectral Image and LiDAR Data with Application to Monitor Urban Tree Heights. Journal of Geographic Information System , 5 vol. 4, pp. 404-408
Ramdani, F. 2013. Extraction of Urban Vegetation in Highly Dense Urban Environment with Application to Measure Inhabitants’ Satisfaction of Urban Green Space. Journal of Geographic Information System, 5 vol. 2, pp. 117-122
Ramdani, F., Hino, M. 2013. Transition of development policies related to the palm oil industry in Indonesia. The Science reports of the Tôhoku University. Seventh series: (Geography) Tohoku Daigaku, 59 vol. 1/2, pp. 31-45
Ramdani, F., Hino, M. 2013. Land Use Changes and GHG Emissions from Tropical Forest Conversion by Oil Palm Plantations in Riau Province, Indonesia. PLoS ONE 01/2013, 8 vol. 7, pp. e70323

International Conference Papers

Ramdani, Suryoprayoga,H. 2016. Mapping Paddy Growth Stage Based-on Hyperspectral EO-1 Hyperion Using Pixel Purity Index Endmember Extraction Algorithm. 2nd International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM). Penang, Malaysia, Dec 1899.
Suprayogo, H., Ramdani, F., Utaminingrum, F. 2016. Mapping Paddy Growth Stage Based-on Hyperspectral EO-1 Hyperion Using Pixel Purity Index Endmember Extraction Algorithm. 2nd International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM). Penang, Malaysia, Apr 2017.
Ramdani, F., Rangga, A.G. 2014. Environmental monitoring of mine activities using images derived from UAV. Asia Geospatial Forum 2014. Jakarta, Nov 2014.
Ramdani, F., Hino, M. 2013. Land Use Changes and GHG Emissions from Tropical Forest Conversion by Oil Palm Plantations in Riau Province, Indonesia. IGU Kyoto Regional Conference 2013. Kyoto, Japan, Aug 2013.
Ramdani, F. 2013. Monitoring large scale-oil palm plantation expansion in eastern Indonesia. The 6th Tohoku Symposium of Science. Sendai, Japan, Feb 2013.
Ramdani, F. 2012. Combining remote sensing information and policy changed to monitor oil palm expansion in tropical country, Indonesia. G-COE Symposium. Tohoku University. Sendai, Japan, Sep 2012.
Ramdani, F. 2012. Comparing of lineaments extraction from ALOS and Landsat images for supporting exploration of geothermal field in Indonesia. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Munich, Germany, Jul 2012.
Ramdani, F. 2012. Analysing variety of vegetation indices values using different methods for mapping oil palm closed-canopy composition in southern Riau Province, Indonesia. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Munich, Germany, Jul 2012.
Ramdani, F. 2011. Lecturing on satellite imagery processing and GIS based on internet and open source software. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. Vancouver, Canada, Jul 2011.
Ramdani, F. 2010. Sub-Urban Growth Impact in The Wetland Environment. Case Study: Rawa Danau Nature Reserve. The 10th International GeoConference SGEM. Sofia. Bulgaria, Jun 2010.

Tangible GIS for hydrology modeling and forest fire

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Rahman, C.T., Febriandhika, A.I

This study develops new tool for real-time spatial monitoring in lab-scale based-on tangible GIS. Conventional model is intangible and difficult to be modified in no-time, while the proposed method in this study is more efficient, effective, and sense-able.

UB MaCS: Urbanization Monitoring and Complaint System based on Mobile GIS

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Wardana, D.P.T.
The objective of the study is to provide easy-to-use mobile GIS application for urbanization monitoring and public complaint system for uncontrolled development activities that could lead to urban disaster. This mobile GIS apps is available for free in PlayStore
 

Development of Mobile GIS for Mining Management

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Wardana, D.P.T., Rahmadi, A., Alkhasani, F.A.

Mining management needs more flexible and versatile solution. Mobile GIS app appears for the best solution since the mobile platform provides more and more comfortable solution. The aim of this study is to provide mobile apps for mining management (i.e., geospatial data acquisition of point, line, and polygon). The apps is connected with the dedicated server, so the acquired data can be transferred in no-time. While on the server side, the manager will be able to download the data as well as to make any geospatial analysis related to the issues.

Real-time Landslide Monitoring System based-on 3D GIS and IoT Technology

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Wardana, D.P.T, Setiawan, B.D.
The aim of this study is to provide real-time potential landslide event through the rain gauge sensor and IP camera, combined with 3D geospatial data set and web technology that could push and deliver information to the stakeholders (people and local disaster agency)
 

Relic Conservation through Geospatial Technology and Gamification

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Alawi, M.

The aim of this project is to conserve national relic of Indonesia as well as to increase the Geo-literacy of our future generation through gamification. This system will be embedded in mobile and will be available for free. The WebGIS could be accessed from the URL http://candimalang.com/

The latest dimensions of Jakarta's urban structures: Mapping urban structures based on very high resolution satellite image

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Suryanto, E., Hino, M.

Detail information of urban land use derived from very high resolution image is important to manage the big city. This study provides an overview of a project in which 0.8-meter digital imagery was used to produce a map of detail urban structure of the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. Visual interpretation method based on local knowledge is used to extract the information from satellite image. The urban structure of the city of Jakarta is varied in each municipality. The urban structure of the city is mainly dominated by high-rise building in the Central Jakarta and offices complex (CBD) in South Jakarta. Industrial area and dense settlement in North, West and East Jakarta. The urban structure of Jakarta shows clearly about the typical characteristic of market driven city, which characterized by obvious spatial and social segregation. Slum area also found surrounding the city. Vegetation cover is low due to conversion to housing, commercial and industrial utilization. Urban growth also presses the peripheral area to suburbanize.

Environmental monitoring of mine activities using images derived from UAV

Researchers: Ramdani, F., Rangga, A.G., Brenden Duffy, Setiani, P.

Monitoring of environmental impact in mine site are important steps in remote sensing applications for mining management. Traditional aerial platforms such as airplanes and space-based satellites are not suitable for these applications due to their low spatial and temporal resolutions. In this article, a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) equipped with a commercial camera (RGB) was assessed for ultra-high resolution image acquisition over a coal mine site in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. Visible bands were used for existing environmental condition mapping (e.g. topography). We compared the elevation derived from UAV and Total Station GPS through terrestrial survey. Furthermore, environmental changes were clearly captured from optical sensor mounted on the UAV. This provides evidence that visible spectral indices derived from images acquired using a camera onboard a UAV flying at low altitudes are a suitable tool to monitor environmental changes in mine site. The low cost and ultra-high spatial resolution associated with the camera-UAV system provides important information for comprehensive mine management applications such as reclamation management where accurate vegetation fraction mapping is essential.

Geovisualization: Urbanization process of Malang City, East Java, Indonesia

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

As countries become increasingly urbanized, understanding how urban areas are changing within the landscape becomes increasingly important. Urbanized areas are often the strongest indicators of human interaction with the environment, and understanding how urban areas develop through remotely sensed data allows a more sustainable practices. Landsat satellite sensor which is a remote sensing platform, with its ability to analyze global data rapidly lends itself to being an invaluable tool for studying the growth of urban areas. In this study we present the geovisualization tools to provide the analytical studies of urbanization process in Malang City, East Java, Indonesia using images derived from Landsat sensor family (1989 to 2014). We provide a dynamic geovisualization through webGIS where users could understand and get valuable scientific information (e.g. urban area changes and development of man-made structures). This system also equipped with the tools to enable users to create automatic cartographic map and printed out as digital pdf format file.

Comparative study on differenced normalized burn ratio (nDBR), the vegetation wetness index (PPSW) and the improved dNBR to assess fire-burnt in oil palm plantations

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

Multispectral satellite data have become a common tool used in the mapping of wildland fire effects. The Normalized Burn Ratio (NBR) used in an absolute difference change detection protocol (dNBR), has become the remote sensing method of choice to map fire severity due to wildland fire. Fire severity is defined as the degree of environmental change as measured immediately post-fire, whereas burn severity combines the direct fire impact and ecosystems responses. In this study two pre-/post-fire differenced Thematic Mapper (TM) and LOI 8 dNBR assessments time series were used to analyze the temporal dimension. Then we compare with the new proposed Principal Polar Spectral Wetness (PPSW) algorithm which is also sensitive to map fire severity, which has been proved from unpublished work. Further, we proposed new algorithm to enhance the fire-burnt mapping methodology in the case of oil palm plantation in Indonesia.

UAV for dynamic and online monitoring system in mining management

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

3D City in WebGIS; solution for spatial orientation in complex buildings for blind people

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

MANGGIS: Malang's Angkot Interactive WebGIS

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

Online Micro-spatial Analysis Based on GIS Estimated Stall Population: A Case of Traditional Market in Malang City, East Java, Indonesia

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

Urban climate; Real-time urban surface temperature monitoring and mapping solar irradiance

Researchers: Ramdani, F.

UAV for dynamic and online monitoring system in mining management

Researchers: Ramdani, F.
2017. Realtime Landslide Monitoring System for Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah (BPBD), Kota Batu.
Ramdani, F., Wardana, D.P.T., Setiawan, B.D.
2016. Mapping Paddy Growth Stage Based-on Hyperspectral EO-1 Hyperion Using Pixel Purity Index Endmember Extraction Algorithm.
Ramdani, Suryoprayogo
IEEE GRSS (Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society). Member
AAG (Association of American Geographers). Member
JpGU (Japan Geoscience Union). Member
AJG (Association of Japanese Geographer). Member
Jan 2015. Asia Geospatial Excellence Awards 2015. . Geospatial Media and Comunications Sdn. Bhd  Baca Berita

External Reviewer

Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292). MDPI, Basel, Switzerland

Participants

Jan 2017, Research Collaboration with Monash University, Australia
Jan 2017, Research Collaboration with Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
Jan 2017, Research Collaboration with Wuhan University, China
Jan 2017, Research Collaboration with, Newcastle University, Australia