Appointment: Associate Professor

Research topics:

Science and Technology Studies (STS); Technological Politics; Globalization; Nationalism; Development; Southeast Asia; Risk and Crisis; Nuclear Power; Design Studies, Resilience Studies.

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Aug 23, 2022
Amir, Sulfikar; Hidayana, Irma; Pelupessy, Dicky C.; Rahvenia, Zahira, 2022, "Replication Data for: COVID-19 Vaccine intention and hesitancy in Indonesia", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/2PPR4G, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:tR8aa56YntdcLc23/km9qA== [fileUNF]
This dataset contains the result of survey on vaccine intention and hesitance in Jakarta.
Feb 22, 2022
Amir, Sulfikar; Nastiti, Anindrya; Bermanda, Brianna Salsabila; Ufaira, Rifda Marwa; Yovi, Efi Yuliati; Kusumah, Siska WD, 2022, "Occupational heat stress and perceptions of thermal comfort of street vendors in Jakarta, Indonesia", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/0GHEGX, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Aside from climate change, growing urbanization has considerably increased heat exposure due to the Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. Thus, the effect of the temperature change will be most noted in urban areas. In urban areas, many inhabitants are working outdoor, especially those...
Feb 22, 2022
Amir, Sulfikar; Nastiti, Anindrya; Nurulita, Asyifa Laksmi; Ufaira, Rifda Marwa; Kusumah, Siska WD, 2022, "Occupational heat exposure and its impact among informal workers in Jakarta, Indonesia", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/APVRSM, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Rising global temperature imposes risks to public health, including outdoor workers. The risk of heat-related injuries or illness for outdoor workers is more prevalent for informal workers working outdoors such as street vendors, due to the lack of protection for those working in...
Apr 6, 2021
Amir, Sulfikar, 2021, "Risk Perception of Covid-19 in Jakarta", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/N5LOCR, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:xECPBJnHhlglOl0r3BAEjg== [fileUNF]
This dataset contains the results of large-scale surveys on risk perception of Covid-19 in Jakarta, Indonesia conducted in June 2020.
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