No. Code Program Faculty Study Program Coordinator Description Courses Date Registration Date
1 IVC24-121 IVC Mathematics 2024 - Summer School in Mathematical Modelling FMIPA Mathematics Prama Setia Putra "Perubahan iklim dan dampaknya yang semakin besar terhadap lingkungan dan kehidupan manusia adalah masalah global yang mendesak. Solusi untuk masalah seperti peningkatan frekuensi bencana alam, perubahan pola curah hujan, dan suhu global yang meningkat membutuhkan pemahaman yang lebih dalam yang dapat didukung oleh pemodelan matematika. Para akademisi, peneliti, dan praktisi dari berbagai disiplin ilmu dikumpulkan di kegiatan ini untuk berbagi pengetahuan dan memperoleh keterampilan dalam menggunakan teknik matematika yang canggih untuk memecahkan masalah lingkungan. Pemodelan matematika sangat penting untuk studi pengelolaan sumber daya alam dan perubahan iklim karena dapat mensimulasikan berbagai skenario dan memprediksi masa depan. Pemodelan memungkinkan ilmuwan melihat bagaimana berbagai tindakan manusia memengaruhi Bumi dalam jangka panjang. Ini memungkinkan para pemangku kebijakan membuat keputusan yang lebih cerdas. Selain membantu dalam menentukan faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi perubahan iklim, model ini juga membantu dalam pembuatan rencana untuk mitigasi dan adaptasi. Oleh karena itu, membangun kemampuan dan keahlian dalam pemodelan matematika sangat penting. Summer School yang akan dilaksanakan diharapkan akan memfasilitasi kolaborasi dan kemampuan analitis para peserta. Peserta akan diajak untuk mempelajari dan menerapkan berbagai model matematika dalam studi kasus nyata di bidang iklim dan lingkungan melalui kurikulum yang komprehensif yang mencakup teori terbaru dan aplikasi praktis. Program ini bertujuan untuk menginspirasi penelitian baru tentang iklim dan lingkungan dan membangun jaringan kerja ilmiah yang solid melalui diskusi interaktif, workshop, dan perlombaan kecil di antara para peserta. Hal ini adalah langkah penting dalam upaya bersama untuk mengatasi masalah lingkungan dunia saat ini. " 2024-08-05 s.d 2024-08-16 2024-07-08 s.d 2024-08-02
2 IVC24-110 Developments and Applications of Catalysts for Greener Chemical Processes FMIPA Chemistry Mia Ledyastuti The course covers fundamental principles of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalyses and their typical examples. Discussion on the homogeneous catalysis includes organometallic species as catalysts, the effects of central atom and ligand, elementary steps, and some examples of typical organometallic-catalyzed reactions. The heterogeneous part introduces adsorption and adsorption kinetics, reactions on solid surfaces, preparation and characterization of catalysts, and several examples such as hydrogenation, syngas production, Fisher-Tropsch reaction, and reactions catalyzed by solid acids. 2024-08-05 s.d 2024-08-16 2024-06-24 s.d 2024-07-24
3 IVC24-111 Fundamentals and Technology of Advanced Materials FMIPA Physics Prof. Dr. Fatimah Arofiati Noor Advanced materials are envisioned as a crucial component of technological innovation, enabling better performance and higher value. This course covers the principles of advanced materials and their applications in modern technology. Participants will explore various types of advanced materials and their superior functional properties. The course also delves into computational design, synthesis, and characterization methods, as well as the utilization of advanced materials in various device applications. Conducted in a hybrid format, the course includes lectures, discussions, workshop sessions, homework, and evaluations. By the end of the course, participants will gain fundamental knowledge in the field of advanced materials and understand their significant impact on modern technology applications. 2024-08-05 s.d 2024-08-16 2024-06-01 s.d 2024-07-29
4 IVC24-120 International Virtual Course In Mathematical And Quantitative Methods For Islamic Economics And Finance FMIPA Gantina Rachmaputri "ITB hosts International Virtual Courses (IVCs) annually in a variety of fields. It has hosted at least three in the field of mathematics: In 2021 with Universiti Sains Malaysia on Islamic financial mathematics and statistics In 2022 with Universiti Teknologi MARA on Islamic financial mathematics In 2022 with various collaborators on combinatorics In 2023 with various collaborators on applied mathematics in finance ITB’s IVCs were initially held for three main reasons: 1. To overcome the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic in providing a high-quality educational experience for ITB students 2. To facilitate a transfer of ideas related to the application of quantitative methods to Islamic finance 3. To meet the demands of the emerging digital economy, especially in the financial sector The continued success of these IVCs has encouraged the committee to not only hold it again this year but to always find ways for the course to provide value for all participants, instructors, and students alike. For this year, the committee would like to focus on establishing a competitive standard of mathematical and quantitative competency in Islamic economics and finance given today’s digital age. In the development of Islamic economic and finance theory, there is still much need for applying mathematical and quantitative rigor well-established in conventional economic and finance theory not to replace Islamic jurisprudential rigor but to complement it. As for industrial practice, there is still room for more sophisticated quantitative techniques aside from those parts of data science that are currently in vogue such as machine learning. Examples that should easily come to mind are financial management topics such as portfolio optimization and good empirical fundamentals. More advanced techniques include the application of the real options approach to evaluate and develop various features of financial products instead of just traditional discounted cash flow methods. Another example is the development of good actuarial practices for takaful operators. At the same time, the quantitative techniques may be similar, but the specific context of takaful operation may require its own considerations such as the constraints imposed by Islamic liquidity instruments. Such techniques would also be beneficial to those more philanthropic and social finance-oriented such as for managing waqf funds, zakat modeling, and the design of non-commercial takaful networks. The committee feels that the urgency of securing the development of human resources of sufficient quantitative sophistication to serve the needs of Muslims worldwide is self-evident. This IVC therefore represents a call to action bringing together individuals who share the goal of ensuring that this need is met for generations to come. Objectives 1. To facilitate the application and development of mathematics for the advancement of Islamic economics and finance theory and practice 2. To facilitate discussion regarding the need and development of mathematical and quantitative methods that are readily usable in the practice of Islamic economics and finance 3. To facilitate the development of human capital for Islamic economics and finance, particularly regarding quantitative competencies 4. As a forum for academics, practitioners, and students to share ideas and develop collaborations in Islamic economics and finance theory and practice" 2024-08-12 s.d 2024-08-31 2024-07-01 s.d 2024-08-12
5 IVC24-116 The Next Generation Surveys for Multimessenger Astronomy FMIPA Astronomy Fargiza Abdan Malikul Mulki "Join our International Virtual Course: ""The Next Generation Surveys of Multi-Messenger Astronomy"" Explanation: The Astronomy Study Program at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Bandung Institute of Technology, is excited to announce an international virtual course entitled ""The Next Generation Survey of Multi-Messenger Astronomy."" This course explores cutting-edge developments in multi-messenger astronomy, such as the upcoming Euclid survey and Subaru Prime Focus Spectrograph (PFS) projects. Participants will have the unique opportunity to engage with esteemed speakers from these groundbreaking surveys. Discussions will cover many topics, including galaxy formation and evolution, black hole physics, and other exciting scientific possibilities enabled by these next-generation surveys. We invite all students from Indonesia and abroad who are passionate about astronomy and eager to expand their knowledge in this dynamic field. Don't miss this chance to learn from and interact with leading experts in multi-messenger astronomy. Key Details: Theme: The Next Generation Survey of Multi-Messenger Astronomy Focus: Euclid Survey, Subaru PFS, galaxy studies, black holes, gravitational waves, and more Target Audience: Open to all students in Indonesia and internationally We look forward to your participation in this exciting and educational event!" 2024-08-26 s.d 2024-09-06 2024-06-20 s.d 2024-08-10
6 IVC24-104 Human Factors in Advanced Technology FTI Industrial Engineering Dwita Astari Pujiartati, S.T, M.T IVC 2024 "Human Factors in Adv anced Ergonomics" is organized by the ERK3 Expertise Group of the Industrial Engineering Program, ITB. This international ev ent will f eature f iv e notable f oreign speakers and is expected to draw both Indonesian and international participants. Delv ing into the intersection of human f actors and adv anced technology , this IVC aims to prov ide insights into the latest dev elopments in ergonomics globally , addressing industrial needs and current adv ancements. 2024-05-30 s.d 2024-05-31 2024-04-20 s.d 2024-06-21
7 IVC24-114 Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (I-WASH) FTSL Management of Water Clean Infrastructure and Sanitation Dr. Dyah Wulandari Putri, ST., MT. The course on Integrated Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (I-WASH) 2024 with the topic WASH in Emergency Settings is dedicated to equipped participants with essential knowledge and skills in WASH issues especially in addressing water and sanitation needs and vital essentials in humanitarian emergency situations. The course will be held on July 13th – July 27th for ONLINE CLASS every Tuesday & Thursday afternoon and Saturday (all day), July 28th – August 4rd for OFFLINE PRACTICAL WORK & EXCURSION, and August 5th – August 8th for ONLINE CLASS group assignment presentation & discussion 2024-07-13 s.d 2024-08-13 2024-06-10 s.d 2024-07-11
8 IVC24-115 Air Pollution Monitoring and Environmental Impact of Tropical Forest and Peatland Fire​ - APMEI 2024 FTSL Environmental Engineering Dr. Adyati Pradini Yudison, ST., MT. "Tropical forest and peatland fires are disasters that impact the local, regional, and global environment. To raise awareness and knowledge about this critical issue, FTSL proudly presents APMEI 2022. This international virtual course is specially designed for undergraduate students in science and engineering from both Indonesia and around the world. APMEI 2022 offers a unique opportunity to learn about the impact of forest and peatland fires, air quality monitoring techniques and analysis, emission inventory, and mitigation and adaptation strategies. These topics will be delivered by experienced lecturers from various renowned institutions in Indonesia and abroad. In addition, this program will include visits to air quality monitoring facilities, hands-on experience with air quality monitoring, excursions to tropical forests, cultural tours, and other engaging activities. Don't miss this golden opportunity to expand your knowledge and understanding in a field that is highly relevant to today's environmental challenges. Join APMEI 2022 and be part of the global solution!" 2024-07-29 s.d 2024-09-01 2024-07-01 s.d 2024-07-26
9 IVC24-113 Tropical Coastal Zone Development (TROCOZ 2024) FTSL Ocean Engineering Ir. Alamsyah Kurniawan S.T., Ph.D. International Summer Program on Tropical Coastal Zone Development with ENabling Humanitarian Attributes for Nurturing Community-based Engineering (ENHANCE) 2024-07-29 s.d 2024-09-01 2024-06-15 s.d 2024-07-25
10 IVC24-122 Resilience in Civil Engineering (RiCE 2024) FTSL Civil Engineering Budi Hasiholan, S.T., M.Eng., Ph.D. "- Earthquake geology: seismotectonic, seismic source basic characterization - Ground motion: introduction to wave propagation, ground motion prediction equation - Seismic hazard analysis: deterministic & probabilistic (understanding seismic hazard map SNI/National Standard) - Introduction to response spectra & site effects (site class, constructing spectra according to SNI/ National Standard) - General concepts of Earthquake Resistant Building (load path, irregularity, past failures) - Earthquake resistant concepts for reinforced concrete building - Earthquake resistant concepts for steel structure - Earthquake resistant concepts for confined masonry structure - Quality assurance in construction to reduce building vulnerability - Non-structural hazard mitigation - National Disaster Mitigation Strategy - Disaster Management and Humanitarian Responses" 2024-08-12 s.d 2024-08-29 2024-07-08 s.d 2024-08-09
11 IVC24-101 Decarbonization and Sustainable Energy FTTM Petroleum Engineering Dr.-Ing. Calvin Lumban-Gaol, S.T., M.Sc. Dekarbonisasi dan sustainable energi merupakan topik yang banyak dibicarakan akhir-akhir ini di dunia Perminyakan. Topik ini memegang peranan penting dari tujuan pemerintah yaitu net zero emission di 2060 yang menjamin akses pada energi yang affordable, reliable, dan sustainable untuk semua dan dekarbonisasi industry dan teknologi terkait carbon capture storage (CCS) dan carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS). Penyimpanan carbon dioksida dalam reservoir erat kaitannya dengan keilmuan Teknik Reservoir sebagai dasar ilmu Teknik Perminyakan. Selain itu alternatif sumber energi yang berkelanjutan juga sangat diperlukan untuk mendukung transisi energi dari energi fosil ke non-fosil atau sumber energi yang lebih bersih (clean energy). Salah satu sumber energi yang bisa digunakan adalah Hidrogen. Penggunaan Hidrogen, khususnya yang dihasilkan dari proses yang bersih (green Hydrogen), sebagai sumber energi akan sangat berdampak positif ke tujuan net zero emission di 2060. Relevansi penggunan Hidrogen ini dalam ilmu Teknik Perminyakan adalah untuk menjawab pertanyaan bagaimana energi dapat disimpan dibawah tanah (subsurface) secara efficient dan aman. Pada akhirnya dengan mengikuti International Virtual Course ini, peserta diharapkan mendapatkan pemahaman yang lebih komprehensif mengenai topik dekarbornisasi dan sustainable enery serta relevansinya ke ilmu Teknik Perminyakan. 2024-07-15 s.d 2024-07-18 2024-04-01 s.d 2024-07-12
12 IVC24-102 Sustainable Process Metallurgy FTTM Metallurgical Engineering D.Sc.(Tech.).Imam Santoso, S.T., M.Phil. This course will cover the fundamentals of science and technology underpinning the production of metals from raw ores and electronic wastes by using high and low-temperature processes. This course discusses the principles of mineral processing and metal production by using pyrometallurgy, hydro-electrometallurgy, and also recycling. The fundamentals of metallurgical processes such as thermodynamics will also be addressed. This course will also cover the extraction of Cu, Ni, Sn, Zn, Pb, rare earth metals, as well as the recycling of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) using metallurgical methods and also microbes. Rare earth metals utilization for advanced technology will be covered as well 2024-08-05 s.d 2024-09-06 2024-05-20 s.d 2024-07-20
13 IVC24-106 Joint Studio: Revive Citarum River! SAPPK Landscape Architecture Ir. Endang Triningsih, M.S.P., M.L.A., Ph.D. Joint Studio: "Revive Citarum River!" addresses the challenge of Citarum River revitalization, both from ecological and social perspectives, particularly in the upstream Citarum River. Students are expected to conduct an extensive study to comprehensively identify the problems surrounding the study area in the context of urban landscape and planning challenges, and to explore the possible landscape planning solution towards the identified problems. The studio is a collaboration of SAPPK-ITB and CDE-NUS, and will be conducted at both institution with focus on study area around Cieunteung Retention Pond and Bojongsoang Oxbow, Baleendah, Bandung Regency. 2024-02-05 s.d 2024-05-13 2024-05-02 s.d 2024-05-20
14 IVC24-107 Small Island Planning SAPPK Regional and City Planning Bagas Dwipantara Putra Small Island Planning tahun 2024 mengambil tema 'Island of Peace'. Pada Winter School ini, mahasiswa akan belajar dasar-dasar perencanaan pada sebuah pulau kecil dari para ahli di bidangnya. 2024-06-13 s.d 2024-07-13 2024-01-30 s.d 2024-06-24
15 IVC24-108 Parametric Bamboo for Post Disaster Reconstruction SAPPK Architecture Andry Widyowijatnoko Parametric Bamboo for post disaster reconstruction 2024-07-01 s.d 2024-07-01 2024-01-05 s.d 2024-06-30
16 IVC24-103 Beyond the Informal: Digital Transformation in Urban Kampungs SAPPK Regional and City Planning Ninik Suhartini, S.T., MURP, Ph.D. Beyond the Informal: Digital Transformation in Urban Kampungs elaborates processes of digital transformation in informal settlements in terms of planning, design and development. The studio will be conducted at SAPPK with hands-on experience in Kampung Lebak Siliwangi, Bandung. The studio is multi-collaboration of ITB, USYD, TU Dortmund, Monash University, and USM 2024-07-09 s.d 2024-07-22 2024-04-01 s.d 2024-07-09
17 IVC24-105 Empowering Communities: The Intersection of Social Entrepreneurship, Inclusivity, and Sustainability SBM Entepreunership Ira Fachira, S.Si., M.T., Ph.D. Today's entrepreneurs are increasingly focused on building a better future by being more inclusive and developing a sustainable business model. Social entrepreneurship has emerged as a powerful forces driving these positive changes by adressing social & environmental challenges along with fostering inclusivity within communities. The program explores the dynamic intersection of social entrepreneurship, inclusivity and sustainability to create a lasting impact for communities. Through lectures, discussions and hands-onfield research, participants will discover how collaboration is key to develop transformative solutions for the world's most pressing challenges. 2024-06-19 s.d 2024-07-02 2024-04-20 s.d 2024-07-01
18 IVC24-109 Drug Discovery SF Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Fransiska Kurniawan This course will be held from 29 July 2024 until 13 August 2024 with the topic of "Drug Discovery". The course will consist of 2 parts, lecture session and hands-on session. The lecture session will discuss or give basic concept all aspects of drug discovery. Hands-on session will provide knowledge and experience about basic computer aided drug design. This course is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students, also for the public and industry who are highly interested in drug discovery. 2024-07-29 s.d 2024-08-29 2024-05-20 s.d 2024-07-21
19 IVC24-123 Solid Dosage Forms: From API Crystal Characterization to Formulation and Manufacturing Technologies SF Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Yuda Prasetya Nugraha This program offers participants a comprehensive course into fundamental subjects in solid dosage forms, including solid form characterization and physicochemical properties through the role of crystal engineering techniques. Attendees will explore solid product research and development practices in the industry, innovations in solid drug delivery systems, complexities of tablet manufacturing with a specific focus on compaction and tableting processes. Moreover, the course will provide helpful insights in manufacturing technologies for improving production efficiency and product quality. Participants will also gain practical knowledge in the application of X-ray diffraction (XRD) for API quality control and the critical importance of crystal form characterization in ensuring drug efficacy and regulatory compliance. This course welcomes undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as professionals from the public and industry sectors who are interested in solid drug development. 2024-08-26 s.d 2024-08-31 2024-07-10 s.d 2024-08-19
20 IVC24-119 International Collaborative Course: Industrial Case Studies SITH Bioengineering Aqsha, S.T., Ir., M.Sc., Ph.D. (FTI) dan Maya Fitriyanti, S.Si., M.T., Ph.D (SITH) The chemical process, biotechnology, and manufacturing industries are critical in the global economy. However, like other industries, this industry faces various challenges and problems, such as product development, waste management, energy efficiency, work safety, etc. Collaborative efforts from industry experts and practitioners from multiple disciplines and regions are required to overcome these challenges. Our program, jointly coordinated by the School of Life Sciences and Technology (SITH) and Faculty of Industrial Technology (FTI) ITB, offers a unique opportunity for participants from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore, Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU) Taiwan, and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Indonesia. They will have the chance to learn from and collaborate with leading industry experts and practitioners from Singapore and Indonesia. This will provide them with a comprehensive understanding of the problems and challenges faced by local and global industries and the solutions that can be applied to overcome these issues. Our ultimate goal is to create a platform for experts, industrial practitioners, and students to share knowledge, experience, and skills in overcoming complex industrial problems. 2024-01-15 s.d 2024-01-31 2024-01-01 s.d 2024-07-31
21 IVC24-118 Sustainable Forestry Products: Exploring Technological Advancements and Innovative Postharvest Practices SITH Post Harvest Technology Amalia Ghaisani Komarudin, Ph.D. Forests are essential for our planet as they control the climate, support biodiversity, and benefit numerous communities. However, with the global population projected to reach 10 billion by 2050, the demand for natural resources from forests, such as timber and non-timber forest products, is increasing. Implementing sustainable forestry practices is crucial as it offers an innovative solution to simultaneously address multiple UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including climate action, ecosystem conservation, sustainable economies, and societal well-being. This International Virtual Course is not just about theory. It delves into the practical aspects of innovative postharvest technology cutting-edge research, showing how they underpin sustainability in forestry products and optimize bioresource utilization. The knowledge gained here applies to real-world situations, particularly in Indonesia and Asia. This credit-earning program is equivalent to two credits and is structured around 12 lecture topics, each 100 minutes long. 2024-08-05 s.d 2024-08-05 2024-07-01 s.d 2024-08-02
22 IVC24-117 Smart Systems for Healthy Buildings and Environments STEI Biomedic Engineering Allya Paramita Koesoema "Faktor kesehatan dalam lingkungan dan gedung telah menjadi suatu topik riset yang banyak didalami dalam bidang arsitektur dan tata ruang, terutama setelah terjadinya pandemic COVID-19. Salah satu standar internasional untuk ‘kesehatan’ Gedung adalah WELL standard, yang merupakan standar internasional berdasarkan sejumlah variable desain tataruang dan Kesehatan. Di sisi lain, riset di bidang smart systems juga telah semakin berkembang, dengan pengembangan smart homes serta IoT/smart systems untuk Kesehatan yang semakin banyak diadopsi untuk Kesehatan pribadi dan masyarakat. Namun, kedua alur riset dan praktek tersebut masih cenderung berkembang secara terpisah, dan masih belum banyak riset dan Pendidikan yang mengintegrasikan pelaku riset, praktisi, dan ilmu Teknik, arsitektur/tataruang, dan medis untuk mendalami faktor Kesehatan dalam lingkungan dan Gedung ini. Untuk itu, IVC Smart Systems for Healthy Buildings and Environments memberikan pengalaman interdisiplin yang melibatkan pelaku riset, prak.si, dan ilmu Teknik, arsitektur/tataruang, dan medis untuk berbagi ilmu dan mempraktekkan implementasi dan kemajuan terbaru integrasi smart systems dan Kesehatan dalam lingkungan dan Gedung." 2024-08-01 s.d 2024-08-31 2024-06-17 s.d 2024-07-31