DR. DIANA KUSUMASTUTI

Diana Kusumastuti

 

 

CONTACT

Room: Horst - Buitenhorst room 109
Phone: +31 (0) 53 - 489 4004
Phone secretary: +31 (0) 53 - 489 4322
Fax: +31 (0) 53 - 489 4040
Position: Postdoctoral researcher

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2011-now

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHER

Centre for Transport Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands

2007-2011

STAFF MEMBER

Transportation Research Institute, Hasselt University, Belgium

2003-2005

PART-TIME TEACHING ASSISTANT AND RESEARCHER

Housing and Human Settlement Laboratory, Department of Architecture, ITB, Indonesia

2003-2005

ARCHITECT IN URBAN DESIGN CENTRE OF STUDIES

Centre of Urban Design Studies, Department of Architecture, ITB, Indonesia

EDUCATION

2007-2011

PHD IN TRANSPORTATION SCIENCES

Transportation Research Institute

Hasselt University, Belgium

2005-2006

MASTER’S DEGREE IN URBAN MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Specialized in Financing Cities in the Global Economy

Institute for Housing and Development Studies

Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Graduated with distinction

2003-2005

MASTER’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE

Specialized in Housing and Human Settlement

School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development

Institute of Technology Bandung (Institut Teknologi Bandung - ITB), Indonesia

Graduated with cum laude

1998-2002

BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE

Architecture Department, Faculty of Civil and Planning Engineering, ITB, Indonesia

Graduated with cum laude

RESEARCH

 

Conducting an in-depth study of the impact of incentives on people’s travel behaviour for the purpose of the Sustainable Social Network Services for Transport (SUNSET) project and developing a framework to assess the effectiveness of incentives for the same project.

Carrying out research to develop a framework to assess the acceptability and operational success of the SUNSET system.

Performing qualitative research. This includes implementing a face-to-face in-depth semi-structured interview protocol to investigate people’s travel decisions, developing a fully-structured face-to-face interview method for the same purpose, and employing inter-coder reliability in content analysis.

Performing quantitative research by developing a computer-based elicitation protocol to reveal people’s travel decision making and generating mental-level models that can predict people’s travel choices and their behavioural changes due to considered factors in their decision environments. This comprises the application of some statistical analyses, data mining methods, and artificial intelligence techniques.

Implementing the research outcomes to ground behavioural assumptions in current activity-based travel demand models, focusing on a computational process model named FEATHERS. Furthermore, the results of the study are used to analyse a number of transport demand management along the lines of people’s decision making.

AWARDS

2007-2011

PhD Scholarship; awarded by the Belgian Government.

2005-2006

STUNED Master’s Scholarship; awarded by the Studeren in Nederland Scholarship Program, Nuffic Neso.

2003-2005

Master’s Scholarship; awarded by the Indonesia Ministry of Education.

PUBLICATIONS

2012

Bie, J., Bijlsma, M., Broll, G., Cao, H., Hjalmarsson, A., Hodgson, F., Holleis, P., Houten, Y. van, Koolwaaij, J., Kusumastuti, D. & Luther, M. (2012). Move better with tripzoom. Int. j. adv. life sci., (ISSN 1942-2660), 4(3&4), 125-135.

 

Kusumastuti, D. (2012). SUNSET. Sustainable Social Network Services for Transport. Deliverable D3.3: Impact of Incentives. Enschede: Universiteit Twente.

 

Kusumastuti, D. (2012). SUNSET. Sustainable social network services for transport. Deliverable D6.1: Evaluation approach for operational success and effectiveness of incentives. Enschede: Universiteit Twente.

2011

Kusumastuti, D. (2011). Scrutinizing fun-shopping travel decisions: Modelling individuals’ mental representations (PhD dissertation). Hasselt University.

 

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Benoit, D., Janssens, D., Vanhoof, K., Wets, G., & Dellaert, B. G. C. (2011). An interactive computer-based interface to support the discovery of individuals’ mental representations and preferences in decisions problems: An application to travel behavior.Computers in Human Behavior, 27(2011), 997–1011. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.12.004.

 

Deceunynck, T., Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., and Wets, G. (2011) What drives people? Analyzing leisure-shopping trip decision making. In Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board CD-Rom. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transport Research Board, Washington DC: 2011.

2010

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., Wets, G., & Dellaert, B. G. C. (2010). Scrutinizing individuals’ leisure-shopping travel decisions to appraise activity-based models of travel demand. Transportation, 37(4), 647-661. doi:10.1007/s11116-010-9272-2.

 

Hannes, E., Kusumastuti, D., Espinosa, M. L., Janssens, D., Vanhoof, K., & Wets, G. (2010).Mental maps and travel behaviour: meanings and models. Journal of Geographical Systems. doi:10.1007/s10109-010-0144-2.

 

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., Wets, G., and Dellaert, B.G.C. (2010). Capturing individuals’ mental representation of leisure-shopping travel decisions to inform activity-based models of travel demand. In Proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board CD-Rom. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transport Research Board, Washington DC: 2010.

2009

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., Wets, G., & Dellaert, B. G. C. (2009). What drives leisure travel decisions? Exploring contextual, instrumental and evaluative aspects of fun shopping location, timing and transportation mode choices. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Travel behaviour Research. Presented at the International Conference on Travel behaviour Research, Jaipur, India: IATBR.

 

Hannes, E., Kusumastuti, D., Janssens, D., Vanhoof, K., Wets, G., and Espinosa, M.L. (2009) Modeling multiple meanings of mental maps. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Travel behaviour Research. Presented at the International Conference on Travel behaviour Research, Jaipur, India: IATBR.

 

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., Wets, G., Dellaert, B. G. C., & Arentze, T. A. (2009).Qualitative and quantitative comparisons of the CNET interview and the CNET card game to explore contextual, instrumental and evaluative aspects in individuals’ fun shopping travel decisions. In Proceeding of Retailing and Consumer Services Conference (Vol. 15). Presented at the Retailing and Consumer Services Conference (EIRASS), Niagara Falls, Canada: EIRASS.

2008

Kusumastuti, D., Hannes, E., Janssens, D., Wets, G., Dellaert, B.G.C., and Arentze, T.A., (2008) Behavioral mechanisms behind individuals’ leisure-shopping travel behavior to apprise the activity-based models of travel demand. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Traffic & Transport Psychology. Presented at the 4th International Conference on Traffic & Transport Psychology, Washington DC: 2008.

2006

Kusumastuti, D. (2006). The impact of changing Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) system lanes on economic activity in the Jakarta Metropolitan Area (Master’s thesis). Erasmus University Rotterdam.

2005

Kusumastuti, D. (2005). Land market and housing spatial forms in urban fringe areas; Case study: Cimahi Utara and Parongpong District, Indonesia (Master’s thesis). ITB.

Kusumastuti, D. (2005). Infill tourism facilities in the conservation area; Case study: Sebrang Ulu I District, South Sumatra (Bachelor’s thesis). ITB.