FacultyDr. Drianda is an assistant professor in the School of So-cial Sciences with a focus on urban studies, urban envi-ronment for children, and urban regeneration. She com-pleted a Bachelor of Urban Planning degree in Urban Revitalization at Bandung Institute of Technology. In 2012, she received her Ph.D. from Chiba University with a specialization in child-friendly cities. Her recent publica-tion analyzed the notion of family-friendly cities and how planners should dene a city that suits family life. Her research interests have expanded into the communi-ty empowerment, cultural heritage, culture-led urban re-generation, and the use of virtual reality for city revival. Her future work now in progress examines the potential of urban culture as a dynamic asset for city revival. Riela Provi DRIANDADr. Osamu Soda joined the School of Social Sciences as a professor in 2002. He currently serves as the As-sociate Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Wase-da University and as Director of the Institute of Urban and Regional Studies, Waseda University. He received his doctorate in Engineering from Waseda University and specializes in planning, community de-velopment, resilience, urban regeneration, and pub-lic-private partnerships. He was awarded with the Paper Prize of Architectural Institute of Japan for his work “The Context and Future of Small Urban Space Development in Japan” in 2004. His most recent publication was The Textbook of Machizukuri (Japa-nese Community Development), Kajima Press, 2017.Osamu SODACOMMUNITY & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTField 01The effects of man-made and natural disasters are long-lasting and adversely affect the social, political, and economic status of countries all over the world. In this eld, students will learn how to nd and promote eco-friendly and sustainable ideas that will increase the strength and resiliency of communities recovering from hardships and reduce the disparity between devel-oped and developing countries.Munich, Germany’s “Play City Mini-Munich” Cultural Project. Every year in August for 3 weeks, children (ages 7 to 15) design, build, and manage a city. This project has been em-ulated all over the world in-cluding Japan. (Image courtesy of Mini-München Lab)*The TAISI Program conducts social experiments and case analyses of advanced projects from Japan and around the world.FIELD 01:COMMUNITY & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT5

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