Dr. Adam Prana has worked as a civil servant in the field of regional and urban policy in the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Agrarian Affair and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Indonesia for 10 years.
University of Canterbury - New Zealand.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) - Belgium Faculty of Engineering Science.
Tarumanagara University - Indonesia Regional and Municipal Planning.
Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) - Indonesia.
Department of Geography School of Earth and Environmental Science – University of Canterbury.
Direktorat Jenderal Penataan Ruang Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum.
Officer Development Program PT. Bank Negara Indonesia, Tbk.
PT. Budipradono Architects, PT. Urbane Indonesia.
International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) 2009 in collaboration with IndonesiaArchitect Association (IAI) ▪ Envisioning the Future of Jakarta – International Architectural and Urban Design Competition “Eco Gate as Border Device”.
4th International Conference on Eco Engineering Development 2020 - IOP
Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
“Flood Observation Map in Banten Province Using Radar Images, Case Study: Cidanau, Ciujung, Cidurian River Basin”
Pengendalian dan Penertiban Tanah dan Ruang EXPO 2021
Kementerian Agraria dan Tata Ruang/ Badan Pertanahan Nasional
“Pengendalian Pemanfaatan Ruang Kawasan Bencana”
Academia Opinion on The Jakarta Post –16 March 2020
“Jakarta flood management requires paradigm shift from 'control' to 'adaptation'”
International Conference 2019 on Spatial Planning and Sustainable
Development – Urban and Landscape Resilience (Chiba University, Japan)
“Supporting Resilient Communities in Jakarta: A Spatial Planning Approach to Living with Floods and Disaster Adaptation”
Symposium on Frontiers of Development – The urban opportunity for
building a resilient future (Royal Academy of Engineering, United Kingdom)
“Possibilities for community participation in a transformed spatial planning approach to flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia”
Waterways Postgraduate Student Conference (Waterways Centre
for Freshwater Management and Lincoln University, New Zealand)
“Critical review of spatial planning flood management in developing country context”