Widya Aulia Ramadhani is a doctoral student in the social and cultural factors area of specialization. Widya has special interest in the intersection between architecture and health. She perceives architecture as the tool to support human being to reach their best possible health and quality of life. Currently, she is exploring gerontology, specifically on how the life of older adults’ changes and the way architecture responses to the changes. Her professional experience includes work as lecturer at Universitas Indonesia, researcher at PetaJakarta.org, and intern architect at Takano Landscape Planning in Hokkaido, Japan and Studio Christian Wassman in New York City. She obtained her professional M.Arch degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and her undergraduate degree in architecture from Universitas Indonesia. Widya received her Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) in 2017.