Friday, April 2, 2010

Department Achievements

Of assets owned, particularly in the form of curriculum, educational facilities, as well as the quality of expertise from the academic staff, s UI is the only department within the University of Indonesia who first accredited by National Accreditation Board for Higher Education (BAN-PT) on beginning in 1997 with a B. Recognition of accreditation is more perfect, when in July 2000 BAN-PT has confirmed the value of A for all the effort and hard work of all academic staff and administrative staff from the Department s UI. While the graduate education program in 2006 has successfully received accreditation A. UI sec obtain accreditation with the rating of A (Very Good) in the 2nd period of the assessment, valid until 2010.

In 1999, the sec-UI when it was still called the Department of Chemical Engineering (TGP-UI) received a grant from the Higher Education / World Bank called the Quality of Undergraduate Education (Que) for develop RAISE (relevance, academic atmosphere, internal management and organization, sustainability, and efficiency and productivity).

Lecturers Achievement

1. Lecturer Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia Example:
Year 2001: Ir. Slamet, MT
Year 2002: Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nasikin, MEng
Year 2003: Dr. Ir. Widodo Wahyu Purwanto, DEA
2. Winners of the 2002 Uber-IPR: Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nasikin, MEng with the topic:
* Additive The synthesized Of Palm Oil To Increase Oil Diesel cetane number and method of synthesis.
* Tool Pengkaya Oxygen To Improve Efficiency And Kerosene Stove Combustion method of making.
3. Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nasikin, MEng obtain patent registration number for "Additive The synthesized Of Palm Oil To Increase Oil Diesel And cetane number synthesis method" with a number P00200200738 November 1, 2002
4. Winners RISTEK 2003 PATENT BY: Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nasikin, MEng with the topic:
* Additive The synthesized Of Palm Oil To Increase Oil Diesel cetane number and method of synthesis.
* Tool Pengkaya Oxygen To Improve Efficiency And Kerosene Stove Combustion method of making.
5. Faculty research results, developed in collaboration with investors become commercial products have been successfully performed with a commercial product BioAd. BioAD information has been entered Warta University of Indonesia in November-December 2002 and February-March 2003 and Tabloid Automotive No. 28 dated April 21, 2003 and Gatra Magazine, Science and Technology July 26, 2003 edition.

Student Achievement

S Number S1 UI students from first generation until the year 2008 amounted to 1593 persons, while still an active student who numbered 380 persons.
Student Achievements (3 years):


1. Recipients Student Creativity Program funds research in 2008, the National Higher Education, 36 paper titles
2. Septhian Marno, Winner Pimnas
3. Winner PKMP field research, PIMNAS XXI, Unissula Semarang (Rachma Nuzulliany, et al - TK 2004)
4. Third Place PKMP field research, PIMNAS XXI, Unissula Semarang (Desti Andanai, et al - TK 2004)
5. Education Sector Winner LKTM PIMNAS XXI, Unissula Semarang (Rahma Muthia - TK 2007)
6. International Environmental Forum participants & presenters at the Workshop on Pollution Reduction / Alternative Energy, entitled "Development of Biobriquette Production From Solid Organic Waste", Bayer Young Environmental Envoy (BYEE) 2008, PT.Bayer Indonesia, Leverkusen, Germany, 2 - 7 November 2008 (Doni Pabhassaro - TK 2004)
7. Country Delegate for TOTAL Summer School 2008 held in Chantilly, France (Ira Yulianti, Josia Simanjuntak, Ramadhania - TK 2004)
8. Finalists "Student Paper Contest 2008 Asia-Pacific Region", Perth, Australia (Josia Simanjuntak - TK 2004)
9. Second Place "Student Paper Contest 2008 Java Section", SPE Trisakti


* Winner of the 4th "Student Paper Contest in 2007 Java Section", SPE UPN Veteran Yogyakarta
* Best Student 2nd, MAPRES School (Student Achievement), BEM UI (Josia Simanjuntak - TK 2004)
* Winner Indonesian Chemical Energy Car, Petrogas Day 2007, Engineering Center, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Depok, March 10, 2007


History of Teknik Kimia UI

Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Indonesia (UI sec) is one of the departments in the Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia. Currently, UI sec education programs provide education for S1 (Regular, Extension, and International Class), S2, and S3. In the journey so far, sec UI has undergone many changes and improvements in order to produce quality graduates who fit the demands of the times. Several important changes along the way momentum UI sec is:

1. The establishment of Department of Chemical Engineering (TGP), University of Indonesia (1985)

The establishment of the Department of Chemical Engineering originated from Gas Engineering Study Program (PSTG) who was born in 1981 in the Department of Metallurgy at the request of PERTAMINA regarding national needs will be engineering graduates capable and prepared to handle natural gas liquefaction process. PSTG students come from the Department of Metallurgical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering (University of Indonesia), and Department of Physics and Chemistry (Science Faculty UI). In the same year of birth also in Chemical Engineering Study Program (PSTK) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

There is the same at the core engineering courses and activities at both the course, then tercetuslah plans to open a new department that meggabungkan second study program. In 1985, PSTG and PSTK merged into the Department of Gas and Petrochemicals (TGP) and began to accept students from the first half through a national selection was named Sipenmaru (Selection of New Student acceptance).

Initially, the University of Indonesia TGP academic subjects designed to meet the urgent need for engineers who are capable of handling the processing and management of natural gas (in the upstream) and the petrochemical industry (in the section between). With the growing need for engineers who are competent in handling the chemical industry or other industries throughout Indonesia, TGP University of Indonesia has shown its capacity to develop themselves and adapt the core of Chemical Engineering Education Programs in their entirety.

2. Changes in the Chemical Engineering Study Program (1996)

Initially, the Department of Chemical Engineering (TGP), University of Indonesia are categorized into groups of Study Program of Chemical Engineering (PSTGP) under Directorate General of Higher SK 1989. Over time, the Directorate General of Higher Education RI Department of Education and Culture (DG Directorate - Department of education) was officially established as the University of Indonesia TGP Department of Chemical Engineering Study Program or PSTK UI in 1996. Since then, participation and involvement of the TGP in the world of Chemical Engineering University of Indonesia in Indonesia has become a clear and significant.

In the year 2003, based on Household Rules (ART) UI BHMN, each department within the UI changes to the department. Thus Programs TGP was changed to the Department of Chemical Engineering University of Indonesia with Chemical Engineering study program.

3. Changes to the UI sec (2006)

The presence of TGP Department University of Indonesia on the one side is advantageous because it is the only department or departments in the university that exists in Indonesia. In addition, the specificity is carried by the name of the department reflects the specialization of science who taught at the University of Indonesia Department of TGP. On the other hand, there are some losses suffered by the Department of TGP, among others, the lack of benchmarks or comparators both at national and international levels. Beside that, given the existing studies program at the Department of TGP is a chemical engineering course tercetuslah desire to turn into the Department of Chemical Engineering. This desire is, not apart from the advice and input of several alumni who feel the TGP faced several obstacles when entering some areas of employment. And since July 31, 2006, according to Rector, University of Indonesia, Department of Chemical Engineering resm changed to the Department of Chemical Engineering.

4. Opening of Bioprocess Technology Studies Program (2008)

Development of science and technology at the global level can not be separated from the monitoring and observation of the academic community in the sec-UI, one of which is the field of Bioprocess Technology. Bioprocess Technology is one field that is closely related to chemical engineering. At the global level, this bioprocess technology has long been a serious concern, especially in developed countries like USA, Japan, Singapore and even Malaysia. Seriousness is demonstrated by opening a department or departments, faculties and even special schools bioprocess technology field.

But at the national level, this has not become a serious concern. Seeing this, sec, University of Indonesia UI encourages parties who have a vision Toward Research University to open new courses at the UI sec Bioprocess Studies Program. It is very possible considering sec UI have sufficient capacity in opening new courses, such as UI sec network with institutions related to bioprocess and many professors and experts who mastered the field of bioprocess. In addition, the environment has long existed sec UI bioprocess research group, so it is possible to facilitate the formation of Bioprocess Technology Studies Program.

With the above reasons and a strong willingness from the University of Indonesia sec, exit Rector University of Indonesia in 2008, which states the opening of new courses at the University of Indonesia sec Bioprocess Technology Studies Program (PSTB). Thus, until the year 2008, sec UI already has two Study Program is carried out, namely Chemical Engineering Study Program (PSTK) which is chaired by Prof.Dr.Ir. Widodo Wahyu Purwanto, DEA and Bioprocess Technology Studies Program (PSTB) which is chaired by the Central Library Heri Purnomo, MEng.

Chronologically the development of sec-University of Indonesia can be shown in Figure


Vision, of Teknik Kimia UI

Challenges faced by Indonesian society is different to what happens in a few decades ago. Along with changes in society and the competition at the global level, bringing the UI was in the midst of swirling change not only locally but also internationally. What about the role and contribution of the UI in any changes will be largely determined by the significance of each activity undertaken UI to the public. And this will be very difficult to do without the support of strong research activity. Process and quality of research done by academic all UI needs to refer to international quality standards. In order for the resulting research will be able to have a significant impact. Therefore, the UI has set a vision contained in the Strategic Plan 2007-2012 as follows UI 'Becoming a World Class Research Universities'.

In line with the vision of the UI Department of Chemical Engineering University of Indonesia has a vision:
"Being a Department of Chemical Engineering is recognized as an educational and research institutions leading chemical technology in the world that is guided by national interests and the global community"


University of Indonesia is the only university in Indonesia using the name of the country legally and has a long history of formation. So it is not surprising that a university which has the UI's mission is not only limited to the internal environment but also the role and contributions to the development of countries, peoples and cultural development is urgently needed.

UI set to the University's mission in two ways:

* Carrying out research based higher education for the development of Science, Technology, Arts and Culture; and
* Organizing Higher Education who seek to use to improve the standard and quality of life of Indonesian society and humanity.

In implementations use 3 basic strategies UI development, namely:

1. integration of resource management, infrastructure and facilities,
2. education quality improvement / research-based teaching to achieve excellence (excellence) and
3. develop enterprising university.

In line with the mission of the University of Indonesia, the Department of Chemical Engineering University of Indonesia has a mission:

"Carry out undergraduate and postgraduate education of chemical engineering excellence to produce graduates who are qualified and immoral and to be able to develop themselves and to face global competition and local challenges, foster an academic atmosphere conducive to the development of basic and applied research, innovative, and participated in the settlement of the problem facing the nation and the world community. "


The purpose of education in the Department of Chemical Engineering is to produce quality graduates, which is capable of implementing the basic science of chemical engineering to work and work in the field of chemical process technologies and related sciences, to develop themselves as planners and industrial managers, and able to develop science and technology. The strategy is to equip graduates with the basic sciences, chemical engineering and applied softskills, as well as to encourage motivation to continuously develop themselves (life-long learning) based on increases in a broad horizon of knowledge (broad-based knowledge).


Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Teknik Kimia Universitas Indonesia

Teknik Kimia Universitas Indonesia