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SPEAKER: Prof. Dr Hadi Susilo ARIFIN – CV-Click Here, Please

DAY/DATE: Saturday/04 February 2017

Time: 09.30 – 12.00

Venue: Gedung Eureka Erlangga, Jl. Soekarno Hatta, Bandung

PPT Materials of PDF File version could be accessed through the links, as follows:


  1. IPB World Class University
  2. Prestasi & Keunggulan IPB
  3. PT Paling Inovatif di Indonesia
  4. Berwawasan Kewirausahaan, Kesempatan Bekerja Luas dan Memiliki banyak Alumni
  5. Menyediakan Banyak Beasiswa
  6. Kehidupan Kampus dan Dinamika Dunia Kemahasiswaan
  7. Profil IPB
  8. Jalur Masuk
  9. Mengapa Memilih IPB
  10. Presentasi Kebijakan SNMPTN SBMPTN 2017

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Time is Running Out for Students to Apply!

Encourage student involvement at the 2017 ISA Annual International Conference and Trade Show 29 July – 2 August in Washington D.C.

Students have the opportunity to join us and network with like-minded professionals from around the world. They can learn about some of the newest research and arboricultural techniques, and take part in activities geared specifically for students studying arboriculture, urban forestry, horticulture, landscape architecture, or a related field.

ISA Student Ambassador Program

ISA will award 10 student finalists with a free conference registration and three nights of hotel accommodations for the 2017 ISA International Conference and Tradeshow. All awardees will be required to participate in pre-scheduled activities. Some of these events include conference opening ceremony, informal career fair on trade show floor, focus groups, and networking events. Some meals will be provided with these activities.

Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) Student Travel

AREA will award 5 grants to the top applicants. Grant recipients from North America will receive $500 (USD) and recipients outside North America will receive $750 (USD). Conference registration is also included. Student Travel Grant winners are required to give a ten-minute presentation in front of an audience of academics, researchers, and other conference attendees on Wednesday, 2 August 2017 at the AREA session.

How to Apply

Interested students can complete the online application by 1 March 2017.

No late submissions will be accepted. Please forward this information to the students in your network and give them the opportunity to join us in Washington D.C.

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“Pengembangan ECOTOURISM dalam Rangka Peningkatan Daya Saing Ekonomi Daerah – PDF File, Click Here, Please.

Hadi Susilo Arifin, CV Click Here, Please.

AIC Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Network

AIC Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Network

A program to support greater connectivity and build international and collaborative leadership potential for Research Students and Early Career Researchers engaged in the AIC Research Clusters

Pilot Program: 26 November – 2 December 2016


The AIC’s research program aims to deliver impact through shared solutions to shared challenges for Australia and Indonesia.

Within the research program, the development of research student and early career researcher contributions is a key component for establishing a sustainable and engaged network of expertise at the regional level which has potential for global reach.

In addition to supporting capacity demands to address long-term challenges through innovation, the national innovation systems in both countries will continue to demand research graduates with capabilities to support future strategic leadership through effective international collaboration and the ability to translate research outputs into economic, environmental and societal benefit.

The Graduate Research Interdisciplinary Network will establish informal connections across the AIC’s Research Program through ECRs, research students, their supervisors and others working across the AIC research group where knowledge sharing on research training and development, options and opportunities for research development and further collaborative linkages can be established.


The Australia-Indonesia Centre’s pilot program follows from partner consultations and sessions held at the AIC-RISTEK-DIKTI 3rd Research Summit in Surabaya in August 2016. In association with DFAT’s Knowledge Sector Initiative team and the Joint Academies of Sciences, the AIC pilot program will align with the first Joint Science Symposium of The Indonesian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Science to be held in Canberra between 28 November and 1 December 2016. The Program will also align with the Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference hosted by the ANU.

The purpose of the pilot program is to

  • Introduce the research group – to include students and other participants – to the research training and development initiatives of the Australian partner institutions
  • Enable the research students from Australia and Indonesia to contribute to the Joint Science Symposium forum– in particular to contribute to the discussion session on research career pathways
  • Provide exposure to experts and live project opportunities relevant to skills and knowledge in areas of demand by research students as identified at the Indonesia-Australia Research Summit
  • To offer an opportunity to grow understanding of the Australian research environment in relation to government policy, corporate and community research requirements



Thursday 24 November arrive Melbourne Arrive Hotel  
Friday 25


Monash Big Data & managing complexity (Monash) tbc
Saturday 26


Melbourne Cultural / laneways tour Dr Megan Power

Ms Katrina Reid

Sunday 27


Melb-Canberra Travel to Canberra by coach Dr Megan Power
Monday 28


Shine Dome / ANU University House Science Symposium opening session

ANU Career Pathways and Leadership in Research

A/Prof Inger Mewburn

Dir of Research Training ANU

Evening National Portrait Gallery Canberra Dinner Victoria Firth-Smith
Snr Program & Events Coordinator Research Skills ANU
Tuesday 29 Nov:


DFAT Innovation Exchange Innovation in policy: development to implementation Jeff Roach
Assistant Secretary InnovationXChange DFAT
pm ANU University House Developing a research team Dr Sebastian Thomas UoM tbc
A/Prof Ross Coleman UoS tbc

Prof Peter Kanowski

pm Shine Dome Science Symposium Mentors Dinner Nancy Pritchard – Confirmed
Wednesday 30 Nov ANU Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference ANU (tbc) – Brian Schmidt keynote Dr Igor Skryabin

Professor Ken Baldwin ANU

Evening ANU Solar Oration / Dinner  
Thursday 1 Dec am / lunch Shine Dome, Canberra Science Symposium. Careers in Science Forum Nancy Pritchard Director International Programs and Awards Australian Academy of Sciences
pm Canberra-Melb Return Melbourne
(by air)
Overnight Melbourne
Friday 2 Dec University of Melbourne Research, International Collaboration and Entrepreneurship Dr Sebastian Thomas (to confirm)
Saturday 3 Dec   Depart Melbourne or own program to follow  
Tuesday 6 Dec Hobart Infrastructure Workshop Rebecca Hateley


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Kongres I – Alumni JSPS-Indonesia di LIPI Cibinong, 17 November 2016

Alumni JSPS Mendukung Program Pemerintah di Bidang Pangan, Energi, Lingkungna dan Isu-isu Sosial


Hadi Susilo ARIFIN, Ph.D. Personal Data Click di Sini

Professor di Bidang Manajemen dan Ekologi Lanskap, Fakultas Pertanian, Institut Pertnian Bogor;                                Anggota POKJA Ahli-Pusat “Dewan Ketahanan Pangan” Indonesia (2010-sekarang);                                                         National Consultant of FAO for Globally Important Agriculture Heritage Systems – GIAHS (2015);                         Wakil Kordinator Kerjasama pada Core University Program – Research Unit for Bio-Resources Development (RUBRD), The University of Tokyo & IPB/JSPS & DIKTI (1998-2003 & 2004-2008)

Pertanian adalah suatu budaya manusia dalam kegiatan memanen energi yang ditangkap oleh tumbuhan dan tanaman serta dimasak oleh chlorophyll menjadi karbohidrat. Produk tersebut yang menjadi kebutuhan manusia dalam pemenuhan hajat hidupnya dalam pangan, sandang dan papan. Ledakan populasi penduduk di dunia termasuk di Indonesia, mengakibatkan kebutuhan pangan meningkat dengan pesat. Di lain pihak ketersediaan lahan subur semakin berkurang akibat transformasi sistem perdesaan menuju ke sistem perkotaan (urbanisasi). Sehingga telah terjadi perubahan tata guna lahan dan perubahan penutupan lahan secara sangat cepat. Akhir abad 22 penduduk dunia akan mencapai 10 milyar. Dari mana saja persediaan makanan penduduk dunia ini? Thomas Malthus (1798), jumlah manusia meningkat secara eksponensial, usaha pertambahan persediaan makanan meningkat secara aritmetika. Kekurangan pangan dengan kondisi kelaparan berkepanjangan bisa mengakibatkan  kurang gizi. Lester R Brown (AS): “Dunia yang terlambat berkembang itu kehilangan kemampuannya untuk menyediakan makanan bagi dirinya sendiri”. Ia tidak memiliki ketahanan pangan.

Sektor pertanian menghasilkan dan menyediakan bahan pangan baik dari tumbuhan/tanaman, hewan/ternak, dan ikan. Pangan adalah segala sesuatu yang berasal dari sumber hayati produk pertanian, perkebunan, kehutanan, perikanan, peternakan, perairan, dan air, baik yang diolah maupun tidak diolah yang diperuntukkan sebagai makanan atau minuman bagi konsumsi manusia, termasuk bahan tambahan Pangan, bahan baku Pangan, dan bahan lainnya yang digunakan dalam proses penyiapan, pengolahan, dan/atau pembuatan makanan atau minuman (UU N0. 18 Tahun 2012 tentang Pangan). Oleh karena “Pertanian adalah Hidup Mati Bangsa” (Soekarno, 1952).  Untuk membangun bangsa dan Negara yang kuat, maka ketahanan pangan, kemandirian pangan dan kedaulatan pangan harus diwujudkan, terutama di Indonesia. Permasalahannya pernyataan Soekarno sudah lewat 64 tahun yang lalu, tapi ketersediaan pangan dalam negeri sebagian masih banyak mengimpor. Beberapa jenis pangan utama pada periode Kabinet Indonesia Bersatu baik jilid I (data 2005- 2009) dan KIB jilid II (data 2010-2013) telah terjadi peningkat jumpalh impor pangan yang sangat signifikan. Anggaran Sektor Pertanian  Rp 10,1 Trilyun (2004); Rp 12,6 Trilyun (2005), Rp 49,8 Trilyun (2009); 71,9 Trilyun (2013). Atau terjadi peningkatan 611 % dalam tempo 9 tahun (BKF, 2014).

Terkait dengan kesehatan dan kebugaran, pangan bisa memiliki dampak positif atau negatif. Hal yang positif, yaitu sumber energy; senyawa penting untuk mempertahankan kesehatan dan kebugaran; senyawa gizi, komponen bioactive/nutraceutical/fungsional yang bermanfaat bagi kesehatan dan kebugaran; sumber kenikmatan. Sedang yang negatif, misal konsumsi yang salah, tidak berimbang, sehingga bisa membahayakan untuk kesehatan; dan adanya cemaran dan residu. Penggolongan pangan berdasarkan fungsi zat gizi, yaitu: (1) zat gizi penghasil energi, yaitu karbohidrat, lemak dan protein (sebagai bahan makanan pokok); (2) zat gizi pembangun sel, yaitu terutama protein (bahan pangan lauk-pauk); (3) zat gizi pengatur, yaitu  terutama vitamin dan mineral (sayur dan buah). Namun pangan bisa juga berfungsi sebagai obat dan menjaga kesehatan dan kebugaran (nutraceutical). Kampanye di Korea   “good food is good medicine”; Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food (Hipocrates).

Tidak ada makanan yang mengandung secara lengkap zat-zat gizi yang dibutuhkan tubuh, karena itu manusia harus mengkonsumsi aneka bahan pangan. Namun pada manusia modern keanekaragaman berkurang. Hal itu disebabkan manusia yang menetap memilih jenis tanaman dan hewan untuk dipelihara. Pilihan berdasarkan: mudah dipelihara, mudah diolah, mudah disimpan/diawetkan, manfaat yang paling banyak; pilihan pada tumbuhan bebijian: serealia dan kekacangan. Pernyataan empat sehat lima sempurna, sudah diganti dengan makanan yang Beragam, Berimbang, Bergizi, Sehat dan Aman (B3SA). Gerakan dengan mengusung pangan lokal dari unit keluarga berbasis pekarangan melalui Percepatan Penganekaragaman Konsumsi Pangan (P2KP) dan juga program Kawasan Rumah Pangan Lestari (KRPL) dari Badan Ketahanan Pangan (BKP) Kementrian Pertania-RI sejak tahun 2009 dan 2010-an.

Kelompok masyarakat dengan budidaya pemanfaatan lahan kering dengan tumbuhan andalan penghasil karbohidrat, maka memiliki sumber pangan yang lebih beragam yaitu padi, jagung, umbian, sagu. Di daerah dengan budidaya persawahan tumbuhan andalah menjadi terbatas: padi dan palawija. Nasi menjadi makanan pokok sebagian besar penduduk Indonesia. Alasannya karena enak, pengolahan mudah, tahan lama, protein tinggi, bentuk padat mudah dikemas/angkut dan disimpan. Dampaknya tingkat konsumsi beras di Indonesia sekitar 139 kg/kap/tahun, menjadi 125 kg/kap/tahun (sebelum 2007), lalu  turun menjadi 114 kg/kap/tahun (2015). Tetapi jumlah tersebut masih sangat tinggi jika dibanding dengan Negara tetangga sekalipun.

Bioteknologi pertanian dikembangkan tidak hanya untuk pemenuhan pangan, tetapi juga  memproduksi dan mengembangkan untuk farmasi, enzim dan bahan-bahan biomolekul, Biopestisida, dan untuk peningkatan pertumbuhan, perkembangan, reproduksi dan nutrisi ikan dan hewan. Bioteknologi juga diupayakan untuk mengatasi masalah lingkungan. Restorasi ekosistem. Misalnya: diagnosis dan monitoring penyakit menular; kontrol hama,penyakit dan gulma pada pertanian; deteksi, monitor dan remediasi polutan; skreening toksisitas; dan konversi limbah ke energi

Perencanaan pembangunan pertanian, pangan dan kesehatan perlu dilakukan dengan cara: (1) Membuat peta detail pertanian tanaman pangan: lokasi dan luas lahan berdasar tingkat kesesuaian lahan; serta peta produksi pangan berdasar waktu, lokasi dan komoditas; (2) Berdasarkan hal tersebut merencanakan pasokan pangan; (3) Mempelajari pola pangan masyarakat; (4) Riset untuk mendapatkan pangan local bernilai (gizi, gengsi, citarasa, kemudahan penyediaan, kemudahan pengolahan, kemudahan penyimpanan) seperti beras; (5) Membangun industry pangan berbasis sumberdaya; (6) Penyediaan pangan utama alternatif berbasis sumberdaya lokal; dan (7) Kampanye diversifikasi pangan. Lebih jauh diperkirakan pertanian masa depan adalah soiless base agriculture, dan akan mngarah ke high rise buiding farming system antar lain green roof gardens, green top gardens, hanging gardens, green wall gardens dan lain sebagainya. Keilmuan pertanian akan berkembang terus sehingga menuju ke precision farming system.***



08.30 – 09.00 Registration, morning coffee OC
09.00- 09.10 Welcome Speech of JAAI Chairman Prof. Subyakto
09.10 – 09.20 Speech of Director JSPS Bangkok Office OR Japanese Embassy Prof. Kuniaki Yamashita
09.20 – 09.30 Speech and Opening by Chairman of LIPI Prof. Iskandar Zulkarnaen
09.30 – 10.00 Declaration and Congress

Photo Session

10.00 – 10.30 Invite Speeches

1. Prof. Dr. Lukman Hakim

2. Prof. Kuniaki Yamashita

Dr. Andika W. Pramono (Moderator)
10.30 – 11.30 Keynote Speeches

1. Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin (Food & Agriculture)

2. Dr. Neni Sintawardani (Renewable Energy)

3. Dr. Haris Gunawan (Environment)

4. Dr. Hery Yogaswara (Social Issues)

Dr. Wahyu Dwianto (Moderator)
11.30 – 12.00 Panel Discussion & Wraping Prof. Subyakto (Moderator)
12.00 – 12.15 Closing Prof. Bambang Subiyanto
12.15 – 13.15 Lunch OC




Tema Materi: “Urgensi Hutan Kota di Kota Besar di Indonesia”

Poin Materi Umum:

  1. Memberikan informasi mengenai pentingnya hutan kota dari sudut pandang akademisi
  2. Memaparkan pengelolaan hutan kota dari sudut pandang akademisi

Poin Materi Khusus:

  1. Menyampaikan penjelasan tentang urgensi pembentukan hutan kota untuk ketersediaan ruang terbuka hijau di perkotaan
  2. Menjelaskan langkah-langkah yang perlu diupayakan untuk pembentukan hutan kota secara umum

Target Materi: Peserta Seminar Semarak Kehutan 2016 mengetahui urgensi tentang pembentukan hutan kota untuk menjamin ketersediaan ruang terbuka hijau di perkotaan.

Pembicara: Prof Dr Ir Hadi Susilo Arifin, MS

Topik: Urgensi hutan kota dari sudut pandangan akademisi

Peserta: Mahasiswa Kehutanan se-Jawa Barat dan Umum

Hari/Tanggal: Sabtu, 12 November 2016

Waktu: 09.10 – 10.15 WIB

Tempat: Gedung Auditorium Sylva Pertamina, Fakultas Kehutanan, Institut Pertanian Bogor

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No Waktu Kegiatan
1 07.00 – 08.00 Registrasi
2 08.00 – 08.05 Pembukaan oleh MC
3 08.10 – 08.20 Tilawah
4 08.25 – 08.30 Angklung
5 08.35 – 08.45 Sambutan Ketua Panitia Semarak & Ketua BEM
6 08.50 – 08.55 Sambutan Dekan Fakultas Kehutanan IPB
7 09.00 – 09.05 CV Moderator sesi I
8 09.10 – 10.15 Seminar Sesi I
9 10.20 – 10.25 Plakat dan kenang-kenangan
10. 10.30 – 10.40 Games + Door prize
11. 10.45 – 10.50 CV Moderator sesi II
12. 10.55 – 12.00 Seminar sesi II
13. 12.05 – 12.10 Plakat dan kenang-kenangan
14. 12.15-12.20 Door prize
15. 12.25-12.30 Penutupan MC

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM For Sustainable Landscape Development 2016


9 November 2016

Time Activities Venue
Pre Conference
Thursday, 8 November 2016 … – 18.00 Arrival of Speakers (foreign keynote and invited speakers will be picked up at Jakarta Airport) Airport to Hotel Bogor
Day 1
Wednesday, 9 November 2016 07.30 – 08.30 Registration Ballroom
08.30 – 08.35 Opening by MC
08.35 – 09.05 Opening Ceremony

Dr. Bambang Sulistyantara, MAgr.

(Head of Department of Landscape Architecture)

Welcome Speech and opening from Vice Rector of IPB

Prof. Dr. Ir. Anas Miftah Fauzi, M.Sc.

09.05 – 09.30 Keynote Speech

Dr. Bima Arya (Mayor of Bogor City)

09.30 – 09.40 Coffee Break
09.40 – 10.10 Keynote Speech

Dr. Damian Tang (President of IFLA APR)

10.10-10.30 Keynote Speech

Prof. Dr. T. Kobayashi (Chiba University)

10.30 – 10.40 Photo session
10.40 – 12.00 Invited Speakers

Theme : Sustainable Landscape Development

Chairman: CV Prof. Dr. Ir. Hadi Susilo Arifin, MS.


Dr. Nor Atiah Ismail (UPM, Malaysia)

Ir. Canserina Kurnia, MLP (Manager of ESRI Global Asia Pasific)

Dr. Ir. Siti Nurisjah, MSLA ( President of ISLA)

Keith Steven Muljadi MBA ( Manager of Sentul City)

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
12.30 – 13.00 Poster Presentation
13.00 – 16.00 Parallel Session

Ballroom A : Green Landscapes

Ballroom B : Socio-Cultural Landscapes

Ballroom C : Landscape Planning and Design

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee Break and Poster Presentation Ballroom
16.30 – 17.30 Closing Ceremony

Dean Faculty of Agriculture : Prof. Dr. Ir. Agus Purwito, MAgr.

Day 2
  Time Activities Venue
Thursday, 10 November 2016 07.00 – 07.30 Preparation and Gathering Taman Koleksi, IPB Baranangsiang
07.30 – 08.00 Goes to Sentul City
08.00 – 10.00 Walks around Sentul City Sentul City
10.00 – 12.00 Goes to Taman Bunga Nusantara (TBN) and enjoying Puncak View TBN
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch and Break in TBN
13.00 – 14.30 Sharing session and walk around TBN KRC
14.30 – 15.00 Closing and Prepare to the bus
15.00 – 17.00 Back to Bogor

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  1. Riparian landscape management in the midstream of Ciliwung River as supporting Water Sensitive Cities program with priority of productive landscape

Tri Utomo Zelan Noviandi1,*, Kaswanto1, Hadi Susilo Arifin1

1 Landscape Architecture Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia


Nowadays, Ciliwung river is facing many problems, especially the settlement occupation in its riparian zones. This phenomenon caused damage of ecological functions in riparian so it can aggravate the disaster of annual flooding in Jakarta. Therefore, as an effort to control this catastrophe, riparian landscape management of Ciliwung River is needed. Based on its topography, Ciliwung River is devided into three segments, there are the upstream, the midstream, and the downstream. Data shows that riparian in the midstream is the largest area, it covers 60% of the total riparian area. Therefore, this segment is very important to be managed in order to reduce runoff towads the downstream. The method used was comparing many standards to get the ideal riparian width of riparian tn the midstream, which is 50 m for urban areas and 100 m for outside the urban areas. Next methods were analyzing spatially to get riparian landscape characteristic of Ciliwung River. The results showed that 37.11% of riparian zones in the midstream had occupied by settlement. Sinuosity Index (SI) of Ciliwung River midstream is 1.88 (meandering). Furthermore, analysis of riparian function and utilization had held by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The result of riparian function analysis showed that the function of water resource management is the most important for Ciliwung River riparian. Priority of riparian utilization in the midstream of Ciliwung River is production. This can be realized with the plan of community garden or inland fisheries. Riparian landscape management in the midstream aims to support the food consumption diversification, and maximize the function of water catchment and water retention in order to support the program of Water Sensitive Cities.

Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, riparian function, riparian landscape management, riparian utilization, productive landscape, water sensitive cities

2. Landscape Management of Public Open Space in Bogor Heritage City

Flourentina D Pusparini1,Nurhayati1,  Hadi Susilo Arifin1

1 Landscape Architecture Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University, Kampus IPB Darmaga, Bogor 16680, Indonesia

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Public open space landscape plays important role in Bogor Heritage City. Although these spaces can carry various kind of public activities and enhance environment quality, they are fragile to disturbance and changing due to city development. Therefore, as an effort to maintain public open space landscape in 8 zones within Heritage City of Bogor, management of public open space landscape is necessary. Syntesys of public open space landscape management had held by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The AHP result showed public open space landscape in Palace and Botanical Garden of Bogor zone (20%) is in high priority to be maintained. The other zone are Situ Gede (16,9%), Plan Karsten (12,3%), Europe Settlement (12%), Suryakencana (11,2%), Batu Tulis (10,2%), Empang (9.2%) and West Development (8,2%). Ecological function (34,8%) becomes the most important function to be maintained (34.8%) then social culture (31.2%), economic (17%), and aesthetics (17%).

Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, Heritage City, Public Open Space, the Heritage Zone

3. Agroforestry Landscape for Peat Lands Rehabilitation

Marinus Kristiadi Harun1), Eka Intan Kumala Putri2), Syaiful Anwar3), Hadi Susilo Arifin4)

1. Graduate School of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Bogor Agricultural University. E-mail:

2. Faculty member of Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

3. Faculty member of Department of Soil Science and Land Resources, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

4. Faculty member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


The utilization of peat lands should be carried out based on the principles of sustainability and harmony with the environment. The aim of this research was to assess the agroforestry landscape that can be developed on peat lands. Parameters studied included: (a) design (pattern) agroforestry that can be developed in peatlands, (b) the impact of agroforestry technologies to the chemical properties of peatlands, (c) the financial analysis of agroforestry in peatlands, and (d) the impact of agroforestry technologies to the micro climate and The maturity level of peatland. This research was conducted in the village of Tarung Manuah, Kapuas and Mantaren, Jabiren, and Tumbang Nusa, Kalampangan, Central Kalimantan Province. The results showed that the pattern of agroforestry in thin peatlands that already developed by the farmer can generally be grouped into three, namely: alleycropping with the mound technique, alleycropping with surjan techniques and agrosilvofishery with surjan techniques. Agroforestry pattern in the thick peat that has been developed by farmers generally can be grouped into two, namely: mixed cropping techniques and alleycropping techniques. The chemical analysis of peatland covered by agroforestry provides the following data: pH=3.94; N total = 0.4%; C organic = 48.58%; C/N = 121.45. The economic aspect shows that the marketing margin of jelutung latex is still inefficient as its value is > 50%. The financial analysis results show that jelutung forest is feasible to be developed both in the monocultural and agroforestry patterns. NPV, BCR and IRR of jelutung with agroforestry pattern were 69,799,338; 8.68 and 29% respectively. The maturity level of peatland covered by jelutung agroforestry is sapric-hemic to hemic, that covered by monoculture is fibrous-hemic to sapric-hemic while the abandoned peatland is dominated by fibrous and fibrous-hemic. The micro-climate of peatland covered by jelutung is better than the micro-climate of that covered by mono-culture or abandoned peat land.

Keywords: agroforestry, financial analysis, landscape, micro-climate, peat lands, rehabilitation.

4. Typology of pekarangan for self supporting food in Papua 

Alfred Antoh1), Nurhayati H S Arifin2), M.A.Chozhin3), Hadi Susilo Arifin2)

1. Graduate School of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Bogor Agricultural University (IPB). E-mail:

2. Faculty member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

3. Faculty member of Department of Agronomy & Horticulture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


Management of  Pekarangan in Papua has a different characteristic and land use for the family yard in Papua is strongly influenced by cultural characteristics and is associated with its natural resources. Geographically the Papuan people scattered islands, the coastal plains to the hilly area to the regional Mountains. The purpose of this study is to assess the type and characteristics of the yard in Papua in relation to socio-economic status based on the culture in the ecological zone in Papua. Pekarangan area has potential in the supply of family food, reducing household expenditures and to increase the income of farm households. Utilization of yard area in Papua is rich and varied in type, function and usability perspective very strong cultural influence.  Management of pekarangan area for food self-sufficiency should be encouraged based on local knowledge of the local community to meet the family’s welfare.

Key words: ecological zone, local wisdom, self supporting,  typology of pekarangan

5. Social Engineering for Rural Landscape Utilization towards Food Security Village)

Nurhayati HS Arifin1), RL Kaswanto1), Aris Munandar1), Hadi Susilo Arifin1)


1. Faculty Member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


Bogor Regency is one of the regions with the potential of agricultural landscape that deserves to be recognized. A great extensive agricultural landscape, good soil fertility and abundant rainfall make Bogor Regency should be able to become a food source for the communities even become a supplier of food to the community outside Bogor. For achieving this, we need a management and social engineering in the utilization of the agricultural landscape as a regional food security. Social engineering should be implemented immediately because of the degradation of the agricultural landscape is very fast so it needs a serious concern through time. The area of agricultural landscapes in the form of six types, i.e. home garden (pekarangan), paddy fields, dry lands, ponds/situ, mixed garden and livestock. Those six types are facing a variety of environmental problems and even changes in land use issues that should be addressed immediately. Utilization of agricultural landscapes as regional food security can be initiated at the micro scale to create Food Security Village (FSV). The FSV development was conducted in Babakan Village, Dramaga District and Tegal Waru Village, Ciampea District. This development is intended to implement the food security area that would become model, both for other districts, as well as a model for regions and cities in the provincial and national level. For convenience and ease pilot, the output is produced in the social engineering products which were presented in writing and imaged.

Keywords: dry land, livestock, mixed garden, paddy fields, pekarangan, situ.

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Poster Talkshow




Venue: Mall Taman Anggrek Jakarta

Date/Day/Time: 31 July 2016/Sunday/4-5PM

2016-07-31 Undangan Talkshow Prof Hadi


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The 1st Student Summit For Better Bogor: Student United, Bogor Developed

Minggu, 29 Mei 2016

Pembicara: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin, CV Click Here, Please

Moderator: Eko Cahyono (Sayogyo Institute – Pusat Studi dan Agraria Indonesia)
Acara: Diskusi Panel
Tema Materi : Masa depan pertanian di Kota Kampus Pertanian – PDF CLICK HERE, PLEASE

 Hari/ tanggal: Minggu, 29 Mei 2016
Waktu: 11.00-13.00

Durasi Penyampaian Materi: 15 menit (untuk masing-masing pembicara)

Tempat: Gedung DPRD Kota Bogor, Jl. Kapten Muslihat, Bogor

Media/Fasilitas: Mic, LCD, Proyektor

Deskripsi Kegiatan:

1st Student Summit for Better Bogor merupakan forum mahasiswa se-Bogor Raya yang digagas oleh Kementerian Kebijakan Daerah BEM KM IPB 2016 yang akan dihadiri oleh mahasiswa dan para pemangku kebijakan. Setiap peserta akan dibagi kedalam berbagai chapter yang akan membahas beberapa permasalahan yang ada di Kota Bogor. Isu yang akan didiskusikan yaitu isu pertanian, transportasi, lingkungan, dan sosial. Diharapkan acara ini menghasilkan sebuah output yang menjadi arah pergerakan bagi mahasiswa se-Bogor Raya yang mampu membawa perubahan dan memberi dampak baik bagi Kota Bogor.

Kondisi peserta: Mahasiswa tingkat 1 hingga tingkat 4

 Deskripsi Tema Materi:

            Masa depan pertanian di Kota Kampus Pertanian membahas permasalahan terkait berkurangnya lahan sawah dan petani di Kota Bogor. Mengingat semakin bertambahnya penduduk Kota Bogor namun lahan pertanian produktif yang ada di Kota Bogor semakin menipis, serta menurunnya jumlah petani di Kota Bogor. Lingkup pembahasan adalah faktor penyebab, peran pemerintah dan legislatif dalam menangani permasalahan, ide-ide solutif yang dapat digunakan dalam mengurangi permasalahan tersebut.

Point Materi:

  1. Faktor penyebab berkurangnya lahan sawah dan petani yang ada di Kota Bogor.
  2. Peran pemerintah dan legislatif dalam menangani permasalahan yang terjadi di Kota Bogor.
  3. Pandangan dan Ide-ide solutif yang dapat digunakan dalam menanggulangi permasalahan terkait pertanian di Kota Bogor.


Target Materi                            :

  1. Peserta dapat mengetahui penyebab dari inti permasalahan berkurangnya lahan sawah dan petani yang ada di Kota Bogor.
  2. Peserta dapat aktif berpartisipasi memberikan tanggapan dalam diskusi panel sehingga terwujudkan suatu solusi soluktif bersama antara mahasiswa, pemerintah, legislatif dan praktisi.

Catatan : Pembicara diharapkan hadir 15 menit sebelum acara dimulai.

Susunan Acara:

Durasi (menit) Waktu Kegiatan Pengisi
60 08.00-09.00 Registrasi + Community Expo + Penampilan Musik Sekretaris, Humas
3 09.00-09.03 Teaser 1st Student Summit PDD
7 09.03-09.10 Pembukaan MC MC
5 09.10-09.15 Sambutan Ketua Panitia Sugih Satrio W
5 09.15-09.20 Sambutan Presma KM IPB Danang S
5 09.20-09.25 Sambutan Wakil Rektor Bidang Kemahasiswaan Dr. Ir. Yonny Koesmaryono, M.Sc
30 09.25-09.55 Keynote Speech I (Walikota Bogor) Dr. Bima Arya Sugiarto
30 09.55-10.25 Keynote Speech II (Ketua DPRD Kota Bogor) Untung W. Maryono, SE
5 10.25-10.30 Pembukaan Secara Simbolis oleh Walikota dan Ketua DPRD MC, Walikota & Ketua DPRD
5 10.30-10.35 Photo Session (Pemberian Kenang-Kenangan untuk Keynote Speech) PDD, MC, Ketua Panitia
25 10.35-11.00 Coffe Break Konsumsi
120 11.00-13.00 Pembukaan oleh moderator (5 menit)


Eko Cahyono
Pemaparan materi oleh pembicara 1 (15 menit) Ir. Azrin, M.Si
Pemaparan materi oleh pembicara 2 (15 menit) Komisi B DPRD Kota Bogor
Pemaparan materi oleh pembicara 3 (15 menit) Ir. Ernan R, M.Agr
Pemaparan materi oleh pembicara 4 (15 menit) Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin
Sesi Diskusi (55 menit)
60 13.00-14.00 Ishoma+ Community Expo + Penampilan Musik Konsumsi, Komunitas, Humas
5 14.00-14.05 Pembukaan MC MC
60 14.05-15.05 Pemaparan Hasil dari setiap Chapter oleh Moderator (masing-masing 15 menit) Moderator
15 15.05-15.20 Photo Session (Pemberian kenangan-kenangan untuk pengisi acara (moderator & pengisi chapter)) PDD, MC, Ketua Panitia
10 15.20-15.30 Pengumuman Pemenang, Stand Community Expo Terfavorit dan Essay terbaik MC
5 15.30-15.35 Penutupan MC


SEMINAR IALI – Ikatan Arsitek Lanskap Indonesia



MATERIAL: DESIGN & MANAGEMENT OF WATER FRONT LANDSCAPE: management of water front landscape: lesson learn of green-blue landscape management in Indonesia – PDF FILE CLICK HERE, PLEASE

DAY/DATE/TIME: SATURDAY, 28 MAY 2016, 13:00 – 17:00


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