As a research organization, RDI sets and conducts research developed by seven research clusters:
The following list is RDI’s on-going research projects that are available this year (2017). For those who are interested, you are welcome to join to us:
Renewable Energy and Emission Reduction (REER),
Disaster and Climate Resilience (DCR), Water and Waste Management (WWM),
Tourism and Cultural Heritage (TCH), Children, Social Welfare and Health (CSWH),
Infrastructure and Urban Governance (IUG) and Finance and Business Management (FBM).
To enrich the quality of research and to broaden the resilience knowledge, RDI is keen to foster interdisciplinary research collaboration with individual researchers, as well as institutions outside of RDI.
The role of culture in facilitating disaster-resilient communities: A mixed-method investigation of the community surrounding Mount Sinabung, Indonesia. (DCR and TCH)
Increasing Energy Security through Institution Adaptive Capacity in Palembang, (REER and IUG)
Assessing Children Vulnerability and Capacity toward Climate Change Impact (DCR and CSWH)
Rural Biogas Management as Method to Reduce Agricultural Waste (REER)
Relationship between the Occurrence and Intensity of Natural Disasters with Economic Growth (DCR and FBM)