Indriany Lionggo, MSc., is a research assistant in the Urban Competitiveness and Resilience (UCR) specialisation at IHS. Before undertaking her master programme, she studied in architectural design at a prestigious design university called Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne and earlier she had an intensive study year in built environment at Limkokwing University of Technology, Kuala Lumpur.
During her academic research study at IHS (2015-2016), she analysed urban planning and its contribution to happiness. Not only is she interested in the design, but also the measurements of happiness, the relationship between social wellbeing and design environment, in order to achieve happiness. Thus, she is acquainted with all the necessary tools and software skills to help others improve the quality of life in cities and the wellbeing of people.