Ni Ketut Agusintadewi
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Ni Ketut Agusintadewi has been a senior lecturer in the Architecture Study Programme at Universitas Udayana since 1997. She finished her school years in Mataram, Lombok, during 1978-1990 and was awarded the Bachelor Degree of Architecture (or Sarjana Teknik, ST) from the Architecture Study Programme, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Udayana in 1990. Working as a Quantity Surveyor Assistant at the Bali Nirwana Resort Project, Tanah Lot, Tabanan in 1996 was her first professional career and in 1997 moved to Hyundai Engineering and Construction as a Design Section Staff in Kuta Hard Rock Hotel Project.  During 2001-2008, she actively worked in the city and regional planning consultants that carried out Tracer and LARAP Studies on World Bank projects in Bali, urban and coastal spatial studies, and relevant projects.


She graduated from the School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development in Institut Teknologi Bandung (SAPPK ITB) funded by Beasiswa Pendidikan Pascasarjana (BPPS) and obtained the Master Degree (or Magister Teknik, MT) in 2000. She also attended the International Short Course on Integrated Coastal Zone Management at UNESCO-IHE in Delft, the Netherlands, in 2007 that funded by the Netherlands Fellowship Programme. The doctoral programme at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, the United Kingdom in 2015, was funded by the Dikti-LN Scholarship from the Ministry of Education and Culture. For the doctoral degree, she was awarded the Doctor of Philosophy (or PhD). 


She is currently registered as an ABRA member (Association of Behavioural Researcher on Asians/Africans), HERA (Housing Education and Research Association), Association of Indonesian Built Environment Researchers, and Indonesian Lecturers Association. Her concern on architecture education and research on housing and human settlements, built environment, and environment-behavioural issues started in 2009. Since 2015, she has been involved in the Tropical Engineering Programme at the Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Udayana. She has been a co-promotor and an internal examiner in the Doctoral Programme of Engineering Science (or PDIT) since 2017. Being a reviewer in some journals is her external academic activity.  Since 2021 she has also been assigned to be the Coordinator of the Human Settlements and Ethnic Architecture Studies (HuSEA) in the Centre for Cultural Studies Universitas Udayana.