April 24, 2017

Dr. Eng. Anjar Dimara Sakti, M.Sc.

Dr. Eng. Anjar Dimara Sakti, M.Sc.

Research Focus

  • Global Ecosystem Service
  • Global Water Cycle Modelling
  • Remote Sensing Big Data Analysis
  • Food-Water- Climate-Energy Nexus
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Geospatial Application to Socio-economic Issues

Education Background

Doctor of Engineering (Dr.Eng.) 2015-2018 in Department of Civil Engineering, Remote Sensing of Environment and Disaster (RSED) Laboratory, Graduate School of Engineering, The university of Tokyo (Japan)
Doctoral Thesis: Estimation of Global Irrigation Water Demand by Integrating Long-term Remote Sensing Dataset”


Graduate Student (non-title program) 2013-2018 in Global Leader Program for Social Design and Management (GSDM), Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo (Japan)
Final Project: Addressing Food-Water-Energy Nexus in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The Potential for Groundwater Irrigation Development for Zero Hunger”


Master of Science (M.Sc.) 2013-2015 in Global Forest and Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo (Japan)
Master Thesis: “Spectral Mixture Analysis of Landsat Satellite Imagery for Land Cover Study of Highly Degraded Peatland in Indonesia


Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) 2008-2013 in Department of Geodesy and Geomatics, Center for Remote Sensing, Faculty of Earth Science and Technology, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) (Indonesia)
Bachelor Thesis: “Evaluation of Multitemporal Satellite Images to Identify Total Suspended Solid Alteration in Saguling Reservoir, Indonesia

Anjar Dimara Sakti is a vice director of coordination in Center for Remote Sensing (CRS) Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). He is a researcher on the Global Database division, developing geospatial product and global-regional policy models to achieve the SDGs with regard to the food-water-climate-energy nexus. Currently he involves in Southeast Asia Mangrove Sustainability and Groundwater for zero hunger projects supported by ITB research collaboration program. He is a member of The Remote Sensing Society of Japan (RSSJ).