(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Bambang Hariyadi

Beneficiary country: 
Hariyadi Bambang Indonesia Né(e) le 4 January 1966 dans Gading Rejo, Indonesia
Country of study: 
United States of America and Indonesia
Last degree obtained: 

Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor, Indonesia: Master of Science in Botany (8 July 2000)

Scholarly work and publications: 

Conservation of the Honeybee’s Host Tree in Pelepat, Jambi. University of Jambi, Indonesia, 2002, Hariyadi, B, Subagyo, A. and Asra, R.

Hypolepis punctata (Thunb.) Mett. ex Kuhn. In: Winter, W.P. de & V.P. Amoroso (eds.), Prosea Plant Resources of South East Asia 15 (2) Ferns and Fern Allies, Leiden, Backhuys. 2003. Winter, W.P and Hariyadi, B.

The Distribution and Abundance of Fern in Bukit Sari Botanical Garden (thesis). Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia. 2000.

What the fellow says:

"The UNESCO / Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme has enabled me to work with Serampas, indigenous people who live in the interior of the Sumatran tropical rain forest in Indonesia and has helped me towards completing my PhD in the department of botany at the University of Hawaii"