In this webinar, Dr Laksana Tri Handoko, Chairman of the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) provided insights on BRIN’s establishment and elaborated on the possible directions in which the agency would focus on as it builds up a conducive environment for research and technological development in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Ms Nashin Mahtani spoke about her work leading a multidisciplinary team in developing open-source software for democratic climate adaptation and humanitarian aid. Discussing the award-winning platform, PetaBencana.id (Disaster Map Indonesia), she highlighted the factors that enable the success of this platform and how it had helped affected regions in their responses toward natural disasters.
In this webinar, Dr Astrid Meilasari-Sugiana, Dr Gunardi Endro and Dr Suwandi shared their observations on the constraints faced by Indonesia’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) during the pandemic and elaborated on some policies that have been implemented to assist these companies. Drawing on both policies and economic ideology of the country, the speakers attempted to highlight solutions and discussed how it could aid in the recovery of the economy after the pandemic.
In this webinar, Dr Djayadi Hanan elaborated on the political and economic outlook of Indonesia for 2021. Using a series of data obtained from public opinion surveys conducted by several Indonesian research agencies, Dr Djayadi Hanan attempted to explain the trends observed and identified possible predictions of Indonesia’s key pressing economic issues as well as political layout for 2021.