- Field survey, Digital heritage documentation
- Maritime Asia Heritage Survey (MAHS)
Multia Zahara is Country Coordinator for the MAHS Indonesia Field Survey Team, and an affiliated researcher of the Kyoto University Center for Southeast Asian Studies CSEAS). She was formerly a lecturer in Institute Agama Islam Almuslim in Aceh and a guest lecturer in Universities Islam Negeri Ar-Raniry in Banda Aceh. She began her research career in 2014, joining the Aceh Geohazard Project as Field Researcher and later as Junior Researcher in a collaborative research project between the International Centre for Aceh and Indian Studies (ICAIOS) and the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Tia joined the Maldives Heritage Survey as Data Management and Administrative Assistant in 2018, and worked for more than two years in the Maldives before returning to Indonesia in this new leadership role for the MAHS.