The International Conference on Indonesian Architecture and Planning (ICIAP) is a conference and field trip program that held once every two years by the Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Gadjah Mada University. ICIAP 2018 is the 4th Biennale since the first ICIAP was held in 2012. The event was held on July 26-27, 2018 at the Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Gadjah Mada University. ICIAP 2018 is held with a support from the Asia Center Japan Foundation.
The theme at ICIAP 2018 is “Planning and Design in Disruptive Era”. This theme is based on the latest trends which show a dramatic and significant shift in seeing things that are common from conventional approach to ‘disruptive innovation’ that occur in various fields, including planning and design. Disruptive innovation is not only the foundation of current academic discourse, but also requires a new approach in observing, criticizing and analyzing current issues and challenges for the future.
This conference presents academics, researchers, and practitioners from all over the world to exchange knowledge and experience on the ideas of Indonesian Architecture and Planning.
On the first day (7/26), the keynote speaker was Prof. Jon Lang (University of New South Wales – Australia) and Prof. Liou Shuenn-Renn (National Cheng Kung University – Taiwan). At this conference, Prof. Jon Lang delivered a presentation on the topic “Urban Design Today: Where is it going?”. Whereas Prof. Liou Shuenn-Renn raised the topic “Challenges of Planning and Design in the Era of Circular Economy”. The keynote speech session was guided by moderator Prof. Bakti Setiawan. Meanwhile, the invited speech session presented Prof. Kunihiro Narumi (Kansai University – Japan) with the topic “Time Diving of Urban Areas of Osaka in Layered Maps” and Prof. Sun Sheng Han (The University of Melbourne – Australia) with the topic “Responding to a Disruptive Innovation in Urban Transport: The New Generation Shared Bicycles in Beijing, Singapore and Melbourne”. The invited speech session was guided by moderator Ir. Ikaputra, M.Eng., Ph.D
Plenary Session atmosphere on the first day (7/26)
On the second day (27/7), there were three invited speakers, Mellyana Frederika (UN Pulse Lab – Jakarta, Indonesia), Prof. Yoshiaki Kubota (University of Toyama – Japan) and Prof. Bakti Setiawan (Gadjah Mada University – Yogyakarta, Indonesia). At this conference, Ms. Mellyana Frederika presented the topic “Taking Indonesia’s Digital Pulse (Data Driven Innovation for Cities)”, Prof. Yoshiaki Kubota with the topic “Urban Innovation for Sustainable Development: Case of Toyama City”, meanwhile Prof. Bakti Setiawan raised the topic “Educating Preparing Planners for the Era of Disruption: The Need for Reflective (or Disruptive?) Practitioners”. The invited speech session was guided by the moderator Dr. Laretna Trisnantari Adishakti.
Plenary Session atmosphere on the second day (27/7)
At ICIAP 2018, 183 abstracts from Indonesia and internationally (Japan, Taiwan, Germany, England, Austria and Australia) have been selected through a blind-review process by reviewers from Indonesia (UGM, UI and ITB) and internationally. From the selection process, 120 papers were accepted to attend the conference. A total of 110 presenters and 20 non-presenters attended the event in Yogyakarta.
In addition to producing publications in the form of proceedings, ICIAP 2018 also contributes to strengthening and expanding the partnership between Gadjah Mada University and researchers and institutions throughout the world.