I obtained my doctoral degree in the University of Nottingham UK in 2018, and I have been based on the China campus since 2013. My PhD thesis focused on the interplay between sketches and mental imagery, particularly at the early design stage. I am a design researcher with an architecture background, my research interests include: study of design behaviour, embodied creativity, digital architecture and digital design cognition. Currently I am pursuing a path to obtain my PGCHE (Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education- a British recognised HE teaching qualification) whilst expanding my portfolio in architecture & design and my teaching portfolio. A typical year for me is spent in three countries: China, UK and Indonesia.
Indonesian-born, with great enthusiasm for architecture, photography, road cycling, triathlon, flying quadcopters/UAV, travelling, camping and scuba diving. Had the opportunity to study in Indonesia and United Kingdom, and worked in Singapore and China.
Please view my Linkedin for my resume and a complete list of publications, academic and non-academic. Here for a glimpse of my ongoing research. Other links (Flickr, Instagram and YouTube) are available at the right side of the page. Other social media and messenger platform, search for me using my first and last name. Click here for an article about my life in China, featured in Ningbo Focus November 2017, a monthly bilingual magazine in the Bo (Ningbo, China). Click here for a short video about life outside my PhD edited by the Graduate School, uploaded it in Facebook.