Andi Arsana is a lecturer in the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics, Gadjah Mada University in Indonesia. He is currently pursuing his PhD at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), University of Wollongong, Australia. Since 2004, Andi has been focusing his research and activities in technical aspects of the law of the sea, particularly those related to maritime boundary delimitation. He has published more than 200 works (books, journals, newspaper articles, conference papers, etc.) both in English and Bahasa Indonesia. He was the best presenter in the Annual Research Seminar (Australia, 2005), the champion of the Olympic of Scientific Writing (Paris, 2009), the champion of writing competition held by the Indonesian Community in Europe (The Netherlands, 2012), and the champion of article writing competition on education (Canberra, 2012). Andi has also presented his papers in Asia, Australia, North America and Europe in various national and international conferences, seminar and workshops.

Andi is active in organisation and social activities. He was the president of the Indonesian Students Association of the University of Wollongong, Australia (2009-2010) and also the secretary of the Balinese Community of New South Wales, Australia (2009-2011). He was also the representative (president) of the United Nations-Nippon Foundation Fellowship Alumni (2008-2009) and secretary of the University of Wollongong AusAID scholar's Club (2008-2009). In 2010-2011 Andi was appointed as the coordinator/editor of book publication of the Indonesian Students Association of Australia. He also chaired a committee for an Annual Scientific Conference of NSW Indonesian Students Association of Australia (PPIA NSW). It was the first ever conference organised by the PPIA NSW.

Andi is a father of a beautiful girl named Lita, who was born in Sydney and a husband of Asti, a Medical Doctor from Gadjah Mada University. Asti is now living in Sydney for her Master Degree at UNSW and Lita is now in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Now, Andi lives in Sydney with Asti and is still in his journey toward a PhD degree. Please refer to Andi's CV below for more details.

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8 Aug 2013, 16:38