Lamijo received his BA Degree in History from Gadjah Mada University in 2000. He has been working for Research Center for Regional Resources since 2001. He received Master of Philosophy from Australian National University in 2016 with thesis titled “Cross Border Development in Southeast Asia” focusing on Lao Bao –Dansavanh cross border area in Vietnam. His experts are on border, history, and Southeast Asia studies. He speaks Vietnamese language since he studied Vietnamese language at Vietnam National University in Hanoi from 2008 to 2009. Currently he involves in some researches concerning on border, migration, and ethnicities in Southeast Asia.
Lamijo (2017). “Crossing the Border: Catatan tentang Pembangunan Perbatasan di Asia Tenggara” dalam Beta Orang Kupang: Mengenal John Haba Lewat Para Sahabat. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor.
Lamijo (2016). “Women at Border: The Role of Women in the Economic Activities in the Lao Bao Cross Border, Central Vietnam”, published in Proceeding International Conference on “Southeast Asian Thinkhop: The Question of World Culture” held by Center of Balinese Studies Udayana University and IFFSO, Bali, September 9, 2016.