Dr. Hawis Madduppa, B.Sc., M.Sc experienced lecturer at the Department of Marine Science and Technology, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, IPB University with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Lecturing, Biodiversity, Molecular Biology, Natural Resource Management, and Environmental Education. Skilled in Lecturing, Biodiversity, Molecular Biology, Natural Resource Management, and Environmental Education. His research interests are related to marine biodiversity and conservation, dispersal and connectivity of marine environment, ecology and biology of marine fish, population genetics (phylogeography), biosystematics, fish habitat restoration and rehabilitation, and using fish as biological indicator. Currently he is an executive director of Indonesian Blue Swimming Crab Association (http://www.apri.or.id), board of Enhancing of Marine Biodiversity Research in Indonesia – EMBRIO at the Bogor Agricultural University (http://embrio.ipb.ac.id), He actively research on whale shark across Indonesia since 2013, and he is the advisor of Whale Shark Indonesia (WS-ID), a collaborative initiative to manage and conserve whale shark in Indonesia (http://whalesharkindonesia.org), and actively involved as principal investigator in measure marine biodiversity gradients in Indonesia using Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS) (http://infinitediversity.org). He also board of Biorock Indonesia, who is working for marine ecosystem restoration and rehabilitation all around Indonesia (http://www.biorock-indonesia.com). I am members of a collaborative network – the Diversity of the Indo-Pacific Network (DIPnet), by aggregating (published) population genetic data into a searchable database so that original datasets can be utilized to address questions concerning conservation of marine biodiversity, and aiming to promote collaboration and advocate best practices for conducting biodiversity research.
In the 11th AIC on Environmental & Life Sciences 2021, he will give talk about "Exploring health of the ocean ecosystem using hybrid nextgen biomonitoring".