Andi Arsana published a very interesting article about the 30th Anniversary of UNCLOS in the Jakarta Post last Mon, January 7th. “I was lucky enough to attend the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) at the UN Secretariat in New York on Dec. 10, […]
About Andi Arsana
Andi is a lecturer and researcher in the Department Geodetic Engineering, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia. He is currently an Australian Leadership Awards Scholar (PhD candidate) at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong. He obtained a master degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, focusing on the maritime delimitation between Indonesia and Timor Leste. Since 2004, Andi has been focusing his research on technical/geodetic aspects of the law of the sea, especially on maritime boundaries. He has published around 150 works in the field including, journals, books, popular-scientific articles and conference papers both in English and Bahasa Indonesia. He has also presented his papers in various conferences held in Asia, North America, Europe and Australia.
In addition to academic activities, Andi has also been active in various organizations. He has chaired several organizations since he was in high schools until now. Andi is the first representative of the UN-Nippon Fellowship Alumni serving in 2009-2010. During his PhD study, he is also actively involved in activities of the Indonesian Students Association of Australia. In October 2011, Andi filed a new record to organize the first ever Annual Scientific Meeting of the Indonesian Students Association of Australia (NSW Branch). He also has strong interest in technical such such as web programming and animation creation. Andi has been actively building animation to explain technical aspects of the law of the sea which he distributes for free through www.borderstudies.info.
More about Andi can be found at http://madeandi.staff.ugm.ac.id
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The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS) of the University of Wollongong is pleased to announce a new professional short course on Fisheries Management to be held on 16-20 May 2011. Interested? Please feel free to download the brochure and registration form.
8 June is officially recognized by the United Nations as the World Ocean Day
By Andi Arsana The deadline has past for many coastal States in their race to secure a larger continental shelf (seabed). May 13, 2009 was the deadline for many States to submit information concerning the outer limits of their continental shelf to the United Nations Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) in […]
For the first time in history, an alumni meeting was held in the Nippon Foundation Headquarter in Tokyo on 13-16 April 2009. The meeting was for all alumni in Asia-Pacific region gathering 14 alumni in total. Apart from formal programs, the alumni gathering was also a great opportunity to strengthen friendship by getting to know […]
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