Bambang Setiawan, ST, M.Eng.Sc.
In April 2006, after working for 8 years in Malaysia & Singapore and being involved in post disaster humanitarian projects in Aceh & Nias Island, Indonesia he was promoted to be a Lecturer in the Geological Engineering Department in Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia. In 2009 he was granted a scholarship to pursue a master degree by fully research in earthquake geotechnical engineering in the University of Adelaide, Australia. His master thesis was submitted in December 2011. At least four papers have been derived and published/submitted to be reviewed from the thesis. In July 2012, he was graduated with commendation for the degree of Master of Engineering Science from the University of Adelaide. Later in 2012, he was awarded a scholarship by the University of Adelaide to pursue a PhD in engineering. Currently he is enjoying a research in earthquake geotechnical engineering in the University of Adelaide.
Bambang Setiawan, Mark B. Jaksa, and William S Kaggwa
, 2011, Cone Penetration Test Incorporating Ageing Method for Liquefaction Assessment
, Proceeding 9th Indonesian Geotechnical Conference and 15th Annual Scientific Meeting
, Indonesian Society for Geotechnical Engineering, Jakarta, Indonesia, 7 – 8 December 2011, Jakarta, Indonesia, Himpunan Ahli Teknik Tanah Indonesia, p. 241 – 246, ISSN: 978-979-96668-9-5.
Bambang Setiawan, Mark B. Jaksa, and William S. Kaggwa
, 2011, Flat dilatometer in-situ testing for liquefaction assessment
, Proceeding International Conference Friendly City 3
, Creating Urban Architecture for a Better Life, Medan, 16 – 17 November 2011, USU, Department of Architecture and Post Graduate of Architecture, p. 87 – 94, ISBN: 978-602-97889-5-2.
, 2008, Program jangka menengah penanganan kawasan rawan gerakan tanah longsor di Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam
, Proceeding Seminar Sehari Ke-tekniksipil-an
, Tema: Profesionalisme Sarjana Teknik Sipil pada Dunia Konstruksi di Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, 20 Desember 2008, Banda Aceh, Jurusan Teknik Sipil, Unsyiah, hal. 69 – 87, -.