After a semester program at TUAT/AIMS. Mr. “Ben” (an undergraduate student of Univ. Teknologi Malaysia) stayed at our lab for a week.
We have been supporting TUAT/AIMS program since the initial period (2014). For detail our activities on AIMS program, click here.
TUAT was one of the first universities in Japan joining AIMS (an ASEAN educational network):
TUAT/AIMS was the first one-semester bachelor degree students exchange in- and from-Japan.
Related to AIMS program between ASEAN and TUAT,
four faculty members from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, visited our lab.
Dr. Andi Isra Mahyuddin (Former Dean)
Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)
Dr. Estiyanti Ekawati
Engineering Physics Program
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)
Dr. Mohd. Ghazali Mohd. Nawawi
Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia.
Dr. Anak. Khantachawana
(Assistant to the President for International Affairs)
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
Related with AIMS
30-31 Oct. 2014 (Bandung):
Prof. Lenggoro delivered a plenary talk at an International Seminar
(Venue: Institut Teknologi Bandung ITB)
（Photos by I. N.)
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 2014, in conjunction with Chemical Engineering Seminar of Soehadi Reksowardojo 2014 (STKSR 2014) Supported by Indonesia Chemical Engineering Chapter of The Institution of Engineers, and Association of Indonesian Higher Education in Chemical Engineering.
The other plenary speakers were:
Geoffrey Brooks, Swinburne University of Technology
Akbar Rhamdhani, Swinburne University of Technology
R. Sukhyar (Directorate General of Mineral & Coal (Kementerian ESDM)
Tato Miraza (Aneka Tambang)
Rozik B. Soetjipto (Freeport Indonesia)
Martiono Hadianto (Newmont Nusa Tenggara)
Graham Brock (Direct Nickel)
Ka Ming Ng (Hong Kong Univ. Science and Technology)
Manabu Miyamoto (Gifu University)
During an international seminar in Bandung, Prof. Lenggoro met four TUAT undergraduate (AIMS) students who are taking a semester at ITB. They are the first generation of a semester exchange students, from Japan to Indonesia. TUAT students are with departments of Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, Informatics, Aeronautical & Aerospace Program.
On 10 March 2014, our Lab welcomed 20 bachelor students from Malaysia (UTM, MJIIT, UPM) and Indonesia (ITB, IPB, UGM) with “AIMS Short Stay Program 2014 (ASSP2014): Sponsored by TUAT/Supported by TMU, for a Lab Tour.
Prof. Lenggoro is a member of AIMS Steering Committee Member.
>>> More info. on AIMS.
- AIMS website at TUAT: http://www.tuat.ac.jp/~intl/aims/
- May 2: A report (in Indonesian) by a student of ITB, Bandung who stayed for 2-weeks-program. stei.itb.ac.id/
- Hand-Out of AIMS at TUAT
- April 2014: 2週間派遣の報告会（4月24日）
- April 2014: 1 semester派遣の説明会
- March 2014: Welcome Thailand delegation from KMUTT
- 3 Feb.: Requirements for two-weeks stay program in Tokyo (Mar. 2014) for ITB students: itb.ac.id/. IRO-ITB.pdf
- 24 Jan.: Explanation to ITB students, 28 Jan. 15:00-17:00, Place: ITB, Bandung (Presenter: Professors from TUAT). www (more than 80 students attended. Thank you…) || News ITB site
- 22 Jan.: Technological Innovation with Sustainable Environment Course: uu.tuat.ac.jp/tuat-global/
- 17 Jan.: Program 2-weeks stay in Tokyo (March 2014; Financially supported by TUAT)www
To “remember” us: You may seek “AIMS TUAT” using Google, etc.
“ASEAN Initiative to foster next generation talents to lead environmentally friendly food production, technological innovation and regional planning”.
A course mainly provided by Faculty of Engineering (TUAT Koganei campus) =
Technological Innovation with Sustainable Environment Course
Exchanging Bachelor Student: The first batch/semester will be started from September 2014.
New style ?
A bachelor degree student can stay for one semester at TUAT (or Ibaraki Univ., or Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.) while obtaining the necessary credits for graduation.
TUAT: Press Release (Dec. 2013)
A short-program (2-15 March 2014)
See detail: www.tuat.ac.jp/~nomalab/aims_short_2014/
2 weeks stay, in Tokyo for 20 students from Indonesia/Malaysia/Thailand.
(Number of students from ITB: 4 (four))
Fully-sponsored by TUAT and TMU. Campus tour, Elementary Japanese & Culture, Basic Academic Skills, Laboratory Tour, Plant Tour, Cultural Tours.
Through this program, TUAT became one of the member universities in AIMS system.
* Consortium: TUAT, Ibaraki University, TMU (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
* Partners in Indonesia (ITB, IPB, UGM)
* in Malaysia (Univ. Teknologi Malaysia, Univ. Putra Malaysia)
* in Thailand (King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Kasetsart University)
* Scheme: AIMS (ASEAN International Mobility for Students) rihed.seameo.org/ * South-East Asian Ministers of Education Organization Centre: http://www.rihed.seameo.org/
Related schedules (for ITB)
* 27-28 January 2014: TUAT members visit ITB, for program explanation to ITB staffs (27 Jan.) and students (28 Jan.)
– Vice-Dean Engineering, Masaki NAKAGAWA (Prof., Computer & Information Sciences) – Profile.
– Koji IKEDA (A/Prof., Mechanical Systems Engineering)
– Wuled LENGGORO, Coordinator for TUAT-ITB relations (A/Prof., Chemical Engineering)
– Atsushi HATAKEYAMA (A/Prof., Applied Physics)
– Masafumi YOHDA (Prof., Biotechnology and Life Science)… with his seminar at School of Pharmacy (See: Photo)
Course at TUAT Faculty of Technology, Koganei campus:
Technological Innovation with Sustainable Environment Course:
TUAT <> Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Indonesia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), and King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand.
Fields: Biotechnology and Life Science, Applied Chemistry, Organic and Polymer Materials Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Systems Engineering, Applied Physics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences