Mr. Corinthias Pamatang Morgana Sianipar
School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Bandung, West Java
C.P.M. Sianipar pursues a Ph.D. in Management Science from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia; and an Eng.D. in Industrial Administration from Tokyo University of Science (TUS), Japan. As a technologist in applied sciences, he works on his focus in mechanical design, manufacturing product development, and in appropriate technology especially in community empowerment. Prior to working as a technologist, he worked for a big heavy-equipment manufacturer company as product development engineer and mechanical designer. Now he continues his research on the implementation of appropriate technology in developing countries. He has a unique characteristic by which he always uses combination of both computational modeling/algorithm and qualitative analysis in making approach for every project. He is a risk-taker in that way but he always exactly knows what kinds of risk that shouldn't be taken. Furthermore, his colleagues say that he is a fast leaner, and has sharp systemic thinking. Moreover, he continuously makes great impressions from his colleagues for every result that comes in the end of his way of work.
Areas of interests in TH research
Innovation and technology, Technological change, Rural management, Community empowerment, Vulnerable community
Areas of competence and expertise in TH research
Empowerment paradigm, Technology design and development, Technology transfer, Appropriate Technology, Engineering and sustainable community development
Main works and publications
1. Sianipar, C.P.M., Yudoko, G., Dowaki, K., & Adhiutama, A. (2013). Design Methodology for Appropriate Technology: Engineering as if People Mattered. Sustainability, 5(8), 3382-3425. 2. Sianipar, C. P. M., Dowaki, K., Yudoko, G., & Adhiutama, A. (2013). Seven pillars of survivability: Appropriate technology with a human face. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 2(4), 1-18. 3. Sianipar, C. P. M., & Widaretna, K. (2012). NGO as Triple-Helix axis: Some lessons from Nias community empowerment on cocoa production. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 52, 197-206. 4. Sianipar, C.P.M., & Dowaki, K. (2014). Eco-burden in pavement maintenance: Effects from excess traffic growth and overload. Sustainable Cities and Society. DOI:10.1016/j.scs.2014.01.002 5. Sianipar, C.P.M., Yudoko, G., & Dowaki, K. (2014). Physiological Concept: Visible Modeling for Feasible Design. Applied Mechanics and Materials, 493, 432-437. 6. Sianipar, C.P.M., Yudoko, G., & Dowaki, K. (2014). Environmental Forensics on Appropriate-Technology-Enhanced Supply Chain of Rural Commodities. In Aris A.Z. et al. (Eds.), From Sources to Solution (pp. 55-60). Singapore: Springer.