Siti Nurlaela, ST., M.COM.

Nama : Siti Nurlaela, ST., M.COM., PhD
NIP     : 197804112003122001
Email : nurlaela@urplan.its.ac.id

 

 

Academic Qualifications

Postgraduate Program:

(June 2014 – June 2016) Ph.D in Spatial Sciences, Curtin University of Technology (conversion). Graded an “A” from the first external thesis examiner and a “B2” from the second external thesis examiner.

(2007 – 2008) Master of Commerce major in Transport Management, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS), The University of Sydney. Being awarded on a high level achievement predicate from ITLS.

http://www.eng.monash.edu.au/civil/assets/document/research/centres/its/publications/itsanditls- combinedannualrep-2008.pdf

Undergraduate Program:

(1996 – 2001) ST or Sarjana Teknik in Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB).

Relevance skills and experience

2004 – Present
Researcher/ lecturer in Indonesia, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Dept Urban and Regional Planning.
Develop syllabus, teaching materials in Transportation Planning, Transportation System, Statistics for Planning and Quantitative Analysis.

Nov – Dec 2016

Analyst, the City of Wanneroo, WA.
Engaged with the advocacy and economic development division of the City of Wanneroo in a short term internship through the iPREP WA Scholarship.

Tasks:
Designed opinion gathering questionnaire and methodology to understand the landholders’ perspective and needs on agribusiness development, qualitative- quantitative analysis, spatial analysis in ArcGIS.

Jun – Dec 2012

Analyst, the City of Wanneroo, WA.

Engaged with the advocacy and economic development division of the City of Wanneroo in a short term internship through the iPREP WA Scholarship.
Tasks:
Designed opinion gathering questionnaire and methodology to understand the landholders’ perspective and needs on agribusiness development, qualitative- quantitative analysis, spatial analysis in ArcGIS.

Analyst, the Green Gurus, WA.

Data entry, facilitated the collation and analysis of assessment data resulting from surveys at a sustainable home/property workshop through the design of a spreadsheet program.

Publications

S. Nurlaela, J.C. Xia, D. Tuladhar, T.Lin, P.Li. Exploring distance decay pattern of public transport- induced agglomeration and its impacts on train ridership attraction. The paper had been submitted on CITIES international conference 2017. Proceed for publication in the IOP proceeding this year.
S. Nurlaela. The application of mutinomial logit model (MNL) on tourist destination choices. The paper had been submitted on CITIES international conference 2017. Proceed for publication in the IOP proceeding this year.
S. Nurlaela. An example of policy assessment in TRESIS 1.4 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Sydney, Australia. The paper had been submitted on CITIES international conference 2017. Proceed for publication in the IOP proceeding this year.
Yosritzal, S. Nurlaela, M. Rizki, H.M Taki. Modelling toll traffic pattern: the Jagorawi toll case study. The paper had been submitted on CITIES international conference 2017. Proceed for publication in the IOP proceeding this year.
Nurlaela, S. & Pamungkas, A. (2014). Assessing the Impact of Accessibility Improvement on Property Value Capitalization Post Perth – Mandurah Railway Opening. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 135, pp. 96–105
Nurlaela, S. & Curtis, C. (2012). Modelling Residential Location Choice and Travel Behaviour and its Relationship with Public Transport Acccessibility. Procedia Social and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 54, pp. 56 – 64.http://www.lvmt.fr/ewgt2012/compendium_8.pdf

Skills/Training

2017 Course on “Achieving High Quality and Impact in Your Research”, held by Curtin Business School, Winter 2017 and was delivered by Professor Arch G. Woodside. A 21 hour course on theory- method-analysis especially on the use of Qualitative Comparative Assessment (QCA) for thesis and journal publishing. This course reviews 15 genres in research and analysis in some depth including surveys, field experiments, lab experiments, consumer culture theory, fsQCA, MRA/SEM, historical analysis, longitudinal analysis, degrees of freedom analysis, participant observation; content analysis.
2016 Multi-level Analysis Using MPlus, held by the Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI) and was delivered by Mr. Phillip Holmes-Smith. This one week full- day course was held from Monday 27 June 2016 to Friday 1 July 2016 at the University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus.
2016 – The e-Grad School LEAP Module in Research Commercialisation (5 weeks or 25 hours).
2016 – The e-Grad School LEAP Module in Leadership and Communication (5 weeks or 25 hours).
2016 – The e-Grad School MORE Module in Critical and Creative Thinking (5 weeks or 25 hours).
2016 Software Carpentry Workshop, held by Curtin Institute for Computation (CIC). A 12 hour course covered introduction to UNIX shell, version control with Git, and introduction to programming with Python.
2016 Python for Sciences, held by Curtin Institute for Computation (CIC) at the CLT Learning Space, Curtin University. A three hour workshop on introduction to the basics of scientific python.
2016 Qualitative Research Methods (Case study and Questionnaires), held by Graduate Research School (GRS) Training, Curtin University. A 6 hour workshop covered introduction to step-by-step questionnaires making and Case Study Research.
2015 Workshop in SPSS, held by the Learning Centre, Curtin University. A 9 hour workshop introducing intermediate SPSS, covered the statistical tests in SPSS, ANOVA and t-test analysis, Factor analysis and Reliability, and SPSS Syntax.
2014 – The e-Grad School LEAP Module in Project Management (5 weeks or 25 hours).

Prize/Award, Distinctions

2016 Scholarship on Industry and PhD Research Engagement Program (iPREP WA) to conduct internship programme with the local council of the City of Wanneroo.
2008 Award from the University of Sydney in recognition of High Level of Achievement in graduate coursework at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies.
2010 Awardee of DIKTI Postgraduate Scholarship.
2007 Awardee of Australian Development Scholarship.

Referees

Associate Professor Dr. Jianhong (Cecilia) Xia (Lecturer and Supervisor) Organisation: Department of Spatial Sciences

Telephone No.: +61 8 9266 7563    Email: C.Xia@curtin.edu.au

Professor Ross Taplin (Lecturer, Co-Supervisor, and Accredited Statistician) Dept of Audit, Assurance & Accounting Technologies.

Telephone No.: +61 8 9266 3033    Email:R.Taplin@cbs.curtin.edu.au

Professor Bert Veenendaal (Lecturer and Co-Supervisor) Organisation: Department of Spatial Sciences

Telephone No.: +61 8 9266 7701    Email: B.Veendendaal@exchange.curtin.edu.au