No. Code Program Faculty Study Program Coordinator Description Courses Date Registration Date
1 IVC22-118 Marine hazards and coastal degradation in a changing climate FITB Oceanography Suliskania Nurfitri The main topic of this IVC will be delivered by class activities, consisting of lectures and group discussions. The topic is divided into four sub-topics: 1. Extreme Waves and Storms, 2. Coastal Erosion, 3. Sea-level Rise, 4. Marine Pollution and Its Impact on Marine Ecosystems  2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-20 s.d 2022-08-05
2 IVC22-119 Comprehensive Perspective on Geological and Marine Hazard FITB Geological Engineering Astyka Pamumpuni The main topic of this IVC will be delivered by class activities, consisting of lectures and group discussions regarding geological hazards analysis and case study, including earthquake, volcanic eruption, landslide. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-20 s.d 2022-09-15
3 IVC22-120 Land and Marine Administration for better disaster risk management FITB Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering Alfita Puspa Handayani The IVC will provide the know-how for the land and marine administrator to contribute on development of policy and technical aspect of land and marine based disaster risk management. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-20 s.d 2022-09-15
4 IVC22-122 SEA-Crossing: simulating human and animal migration through Insular SouthEast Asia by means of crossing ocean barriers. FITB Geological Engineering Mika Rizki Puspaningrum, PhD This IVC program will be delivered by class activities, consisting of lecture series, group discussions and practical course. Our program covers a wide range of diverse approaches: 1. paleontology (mammal biogeography and island evolution), 2. paleooceanography (through) oceanography of sea straits) and paleoclimate, 3. paleoanthropology (human evolution in Southeast Asia, all the way to swimming as a cultural achievement), and 4. agent‐based modelling. 2022-08-22 s.d 2022-09-16 2022-07-22 s.d 2022-09-15
5 IVC22-121 Climate Change in the Past, Present, and Future FITB Oceanography Rima Rachmayani The main topic of this IVC will be delivered by class activities, consisting of lectures and group discussions with regard to the changing climate in the past and present from coral and mangroves. 2022-08-22 s.d 2022-09-16 2022-07-22 s.d 2022-08-26
6 IVC22-151 Molecules from our backyards FMIPA Chemistry Nizar Happyana This course will discuss about natural compounds, found in our daily life, including carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and secondary metabolites. It also will talk concerning the development and application of the natural compounds. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-11 2022-07-15 s.d 2022-08-13
7 IVC22-152 Islamic Financial Mathematics FMIPA Ade Candra Bayu This course contains an introduction to Islamic economics (Mudharabah and Musyakarah investments), Islamic bank balance sheets, sukuk investments (bonds), and other investments. The material will be equipped with some detail calculations, so that mathematical modelling with optimization of one or several variables can be built using these existing equations. Other topics are annuities, loan and bonds conventional. This course is offered to undergraduate students in Indonesia and overseas. 2022-08-16 s.d 2022-09-04 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-08-12
8 IVC22-149 Combinatorics Perspective FMIPA Mathematics Pritta Etriana Putri In this IVC, we will give the fundamental theory and applications of combinatorics. This course is mainly for international undergraduate students. We will also give collaborative project for participants to solve many problems in combinatorics. The topics of the course are graph theory, combinatorial design tehoru, algebraic combinatorics, enumerative combinatorics, and its applications in statistics, modelling, and artificial intellegent (AI). 2022-09-05 s.d 2022-09-16 2022-11-03 s.d 2022-11-11
9 IVC22-148 Introduction to Astrophysical Modelling and Computation FMIPA-IPA Astronomy Lucky Puspitarini In astronomy, our objects of interest (such as stars, galaxies, etc) are distant and not accessible to any kind of manipulation, Therefore, modelling and computation are very important. The IVC: Introduction to Astrophysical Modelling and Computation will provide a review of numerical methods in astrophysics. The students will develop the formal basis for constructing equations and examine computational implementation of solution using a variety of numerical methods. The topics we will be discussing N-body simulation, radiative transfer equation, stellar structure equations, etc. Also, the course will also introduce how to access and to use James Webb Space Telescope data. 2022-08-08 s.d 2022-08-19 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-08-06
10 IVC22-150 Methods in Sociophysics and Econophysics FMIPA-IPA Physics Acep Purqon Kuliah ini memperkenalkan beragam metode yang digunakan pada bidang sosiofisika dan ekonofisika 2022-09-26 s.d 2022-10-07 2022-08-15 s.d 2022-09-24
11 IVC22-145 Exploring Hidden Gems in Indonesian Craft (Vol.02: Garut, West Java) FSRD Craft Dr. Tyar Ratuannisa, S.Ds., M.Ds. Exploring Hidden Gems in Indonesian Craft (Vol.02: Garut, West Java), adalah program summer course yang diselenggarakan oleh Program Studi Kriya, FSRD ITB. Program ini berpusat pada materi mengenai keberanekaragaman tradisi dan budaya dalam lingkup kriya tekstil dan keramik khas Indonesia. Jika pada IVC Vol.01 daerah tujuan adalah Cirebon, tahun ini kegiatan akan terpusat pada eksplorasi kekayaan kriya di daerah Garut, Jawa Barat. Program ini pun akan melibatkan peserta, baik mahasiswa Program Studi Kriya maupun mahasiswa dari institusi mitra internasional dalam proyek kolaboratif sebagai luaran dan juga capaiannya. 2022-07-01 s.d 2022-08-30 2022-07-01 s.d 2022-09-13
12 IVC22-146 PlaceSense 2022 : Spatial Appropriation to Promote Local Pop-up Activities FSRD Interior Design Yogie Candra Bhumi, S.Ds., M.Ds. Spatial appropriations in open public spaces tend to be temporary (pop-ups) with unique, spontaneous characteristics, in short duration (hours, daily, or weekly) also unexpected locations. Pop-up activities usually deliver memorable experiences for the community. This time, the International Virtual Course (IVC) 2022 addresses the “Spatial Appropriation to Promote Local Pop-Up Activities" theme with the objectives of escalating participants' sensitivity to the spatial phenomena that arise around them. Participants from various disciplines and backgrounds are expected to be able to contribute to the spatial, activity, and community in it. 2022-08-02 s.d 2022-08-18 2022-07-09 s.d 2022-12-31
13 IVC22-139 Indonesian Art 360: Intensive Course FSRD Visual Arts Michael Binuko Indonesian Art 360: Intensive Course Program ini berfokus pada sejarah dan perkembangan seni rupa Indonesia, dari tradisi hingga modern. Peserta (terutama dari luar negeri) diperkenalkan akan kekayaan budaya Indonesia dan bagaimana pengaruhnya dalam dunia seni rupa Indonesia. 2022-09-09 s.d 2022-10-18 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-12-05
14 IVC22-147 SWITCH 2: Creativity and Social Innovation FSRD Product Design Intan Prameswari, M.Ds., Ph.D IVC “SWITCH 2: Creativity and Social Innovation” bertujuan untuk mengeksplorasi berbagai isu terkait transportasi keseharian yang dihadapi pengguna dari berbagai negara. Diskusi dan pertukaran pengetahuan antara narasumber dan antara para peserta diharapkan dapat merangsang munculnya ide-ide baru yang dapat dikembangkan untuk perbaikan transportasi keseharian di daerah urban. 2022-09-26 s.d 2022-10-07 2022-09-12 s.d 2022-10-07
15 IVC22-115 Product and Business Development FTI Industrial Engineering Aditya Parama This course examines the strategies, processes, tools and techniques used by for new-product development and business development within organizations, and their application in real world study cases 2022-08-02 s.d 2022-08-23 2022-07-05 s.d 2022-08-05
16 IVC22-135 Integrated and Sustainable Building Design FTI Engineering Physics Dr. Rizki Armanto Mangkuto This course covers topics related with integrated and sustainable building design, with points as follows: (1) building performance, including building physics aspects that describe quality of a building from the points of view of occupants health, comfort, and well-being, as well as energy consumption; (2) uncertainty elements in performance-based building design, particularly in terms of weather data and occupant profile; (3) thermal load, ventilation, air quality, moisture, and energy prediction method in buildings; (4) daylighting performance prediction method in buildings; (5) room acoustic performance prediction method in buildings; (6) optimisation and integration methods of building performance aspects; and (7) case studies of integrated building design, given in discussion and presentation of the final project. 2022-08-22 s.d 2022-12-02 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-07-22
17 IVC22-137 Quantum Computing FTI Engineering Physics Fadjar Fathurahman, S.T., M.Si., Ph.D., Recent advancements in quantum technologies such as quantum computing have made several companies and research institutions around the world to start investing and developing their own quantum computers and tools to program them. Quantum computers have potentials to revolutionize computation by allowing us to do some types of calculations that are prohibitively difficult or impossible for classical computers. While there is no quantum computer sophisticated enough to replace the classical computers, the progress is underway. The quantum computers are expected to augment classical computers just like some accelarators (GPU, TPU) that we find today. This course provides a practical introduction to the basics of quantum computation and quantum information processing. The topics include: concepts of quantum computation, quantum gates, quantum circuits and quantum algorithms. This course will include hands on various quantum computing toolkits such as Qiskit (IBM), Cirq (Google), and Q# (Microsoft). 2022-08-22 s.d 2022-12-02 2022-08-15 s.d 2022-08-20
18 IVC22-136 Energy Storage System FTI Engineering Physics Dr. Irsyad Nashirul Haq S.T., M.T., Energy storage systems concern with various technological approaches to managing energy to support a more resilient energy infrastructure and provide cost savings for users, such as utilities, industries, and other energy users. This course discusses effective techniques for storing energy such that it can be utilized as needed and its requirements. The energy storage system industry is constantly evolving and adapting to changing energy requirements and technological advances. The contents of this energy storage system include the basics of energy storage techniques, battery energy storage system, thermal energy storage system, and hydrogen energy storage system as well. Recently, battery energy storage system has received a lot of attention, especially in various applications, both mobility applications (electric vehicles) and stationary applications (electric power systems). Stationary applications are needed in relation to the fast-increasing capacity of renewable energy installations that will only produce stable energy if equipped with energy storage system, in addition to increasing the efficiency and reliability of conventional energy generation, transmission and distribution system. In addition to energy storage battery systems, hydrogen and thermal energy storage systems are also indispensable in various industrial applications, so they are also included as very important topics in this course. 2022-08-30 s.d 2022-11-30 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-09-18
19 IVC22-116 Sensor Technology in The Era of Industry 4.0 and IoT FTI Engineering Physics Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Industry 4.0 is the era where internet and telecommunication support the sensor technology, big data, artificial intelligence, intelligent robotics and automated control applications drawing the future with smart life. Sensor technology is the key in creating smart life since it helps any system to address any problem either in industry or everyday life. Moreover, Covid-19 outbreak in the end of 2019 increases the citizen awareness to the healthy life. Therefore, the massive and rapid development of sensor technology in medical purposes also occurred these days. The internet of things (IoTs) combine with sensor technology are expected to overcome many health problems increasing the health quality of citizen. In the industry sector, the sensor technology help to improve product quality, decreasing production cost, and gain a new market. Sensors are composed of various active materials, and nanotechnology has contributed to the development of functional materials as active sensing materials. Participants will learn the basic principles of sensor technology in this virtual course, including mechanical, chemical, biosensor, and thermal sensors. In addition, this course will also cover the sensor systems and instrumentation, application of sensors, and the sensor industry. 2022-10-24 s.d 2022-10-29 2022-08-29 s.d 2022-10-31
20 IVC22-123 Global Challenges Engineering Design FTMD Mechanical Engineering Dr. Arie Wibowo In this IVC, students will participate in problem-based learning on engineering design and outwork a short group design addressing global challenges. The design challenges will relate to Indonesia's real problems, such as plastic waste pollution in the Citarum River and Energy. 2022-06-30 s.d 2022-07-21 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12
21 IVC22-108 Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering (HumanE) FTSL Environmental Engineering Ir. Eko Charnius Ilman, S.T.Ph.D Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung, is organizing an "Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering (HumanE)" International Virtual Course (IVC) 2022. IVC 2022 will be held on 1-25 August 2022, with both online and offline settings (hybrid) for participants' preference. Aimed at discussing and providing an understanding to higher education engineering students on how humanitarian engineering is implemented in engineering projects and activities. There will be talks on the humanitarian engineering from ethical, theory and practical perspectives, sustainability, role of engineers in disaster management and humanitarian response, followed by several aspects on its implementation in various sectors, such as geologic hazards, architectural and structural aspects, and social interface. Interactive discussion-based activities and group collaborations will help participants to envisage how humanitarian engineering could be implemented within their practice. https://ftsl.itb.ac.id/id-humane/ 2021-08-01 s.d 2022-08-25 2022-07-01 s.d 2022-07-28
22 IVC22-144 Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STREAM) for Healthy and Sustainable Living 2022 FTSL Environmental Engineering Dr. Anindrya Nastiti Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STREAM) for Healthy and Sustainable Living 2022-07-06 s.d 2022-07-21 2022-07-01 s.d 2022-07-20
23 IVC22-138 Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering (HumanE) 2022 FTSL Ocean Engineering Eko Charnius Ilman Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung, is organizing an "Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering (HumanE)" International Virtual Course (IVC) 2022. IVC 2022 will be held on 1-25 August 2022, with both online and offline settings (hybrid) for participants' preference. Aimed at discussing and providing an understanding to higher education engineering students on how humanitarian engineering is implemented in engineering projects and activities. There will be talks on the humanitarian engineering from ethical, theory and practical perspectives, sustainability, role of engineers in disaster management and humanitarian response, followed by several aspects on its implementation in various sectors, such as geologic hazards, architectural and structural aspects, and social interface. Interactive discussion-based activities and group collaborations will help participants to envisage how humanitarian engineering could be implemented within their practice. https://ftsl.itb.ac.id/id-humane/ 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-25 2022-07-01 s.d 2022-07-28
24 IVC22-143 AIR POLLUTION MONITORING & ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TROPICAL FOREST AND PEATLAND FIRE (APMEI) FTSL Environmental Engineering Adyati Pradini Yudison Tropical forest and peatland fires are disasters that impact the local, regional and global environment. To increase awareness and knowledge about this, FTSL offers APMEI 2021. This international virtual course is organized for Indonesia and international undergraduate students majoring in science and engineering. This course will be discussing the impact, air quality monitoring technique and analysis, emission inventory, and mitigation & adaptation related to forest peatland fire. Experienced lecturers will deliver the topic from several institutions in Indonesia and abroad. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-28 2022-07-05 s.d 2022-08-07
25 IVC22-110 AIR POLLUTION MONITORING & ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TROPICAL FOREST AND PEATLAND FIRE (APMEI 2022) FTSL Environmental Engineering Adyati Pradini Yudison Tropical forest and peatland fires are disasters that impact the local, regional and global environment. To increase awareness and knowledge about this, FTSL offers APMEI 2021. This international virtual course is organized for Indonesia and international undergraduate students majoring in science and engineering. This course will be discussing the impact, air quality monitoring technique and analysis, emission inventory, and mitigation & adaptation related to forest peatland fire. Experienced lecturers will deliver the topic from several institutions in Indonesia and abroad. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-26 2022-07-18 s.d 2022-08-07
26 IVC22-109 TROPICAL COASTAL ZONE DEVELOPMENT WITH HUMANE (HUMANITARIAN ENGINEERING) 2022 FTSL Ocean Engineering Dr. Alamsyah Kurniawan International Summer Program on Tropical Coastal Zone Development with Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering (HumanE) 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-26 2022-07-15 s.d 2022-07-28
27 IVC22-127 Sustainable Metal Production FTTM Metallurgical Engineering Dr. Imam Santoso This course will cover how to extract the metals from the metal wastes and virgin ores by using high and low temperature processes and applying aspects of sustainability. 2022-07-25 s.d 2022-08-25 2022-07-08 s.d 2022-08-30
28 IVC22-128 Introduction to Microseismic Monitoring FTTM Geophysics Engineering Dr. Zulfakriza This IVC provides basic of volcano monitoring using recent technology, including advance seismological technique and machine learning for geosciences. This course will be teach by prominent researchers in volcano monitoring from ITB, Grenoble University (France) and many other universities 2022-09-01 s.d 2022-09-30 2022-08-10 s.d 2022-08-20
29 IVC22-126 ITB - IEAGHG Summer School Program on Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage FTTM Geophysics Engineering Dr. Mohammad Rachmat Sule The Summer School programme covers every aspect of CCS and aims to present the most recent information available in each field. The topics covered include: • All aspects of capture, transportation and storage of CO2 • Industrial uses of CO2 • Costs and economic potential of CCS • Regulations, policy and GHG accounting • Public communication • Health and safety Up to 50 participants (including 37 international students) will attend the Summer School which will run over a packed 5-day schedule. Field trips are designed, which usually a highlight of the week, i.e., to visit gas separation facility and industrial/food grade CO2 industry. At the end of the programme, a visit to geothermal field is part of the program, since Bandung and its surrounding areas have been producing 1.3 GW electricity from geothermal energy. Group work is encouraged during the week with a day set aside for networking, career talks and group work presentations. The Summer School is a great opportunity for networking and informal discussion with a range of experts attending (over 20 from both industry and research) who are all world-leading scientists in a wide range of fields. 2022-11-27 s.d 2022-12-04 2022-09-01 s.d 2022-12-04
30 IVC22-124 Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery FTTM Petroleum Engineering Dr. Rani Kurnia, S.Si., M.T This IVC will give a thorough examination of chemical enhanced oil recovery applications from the micro to the macro scale in order to maximize the efficiency of the chemical injection application. The participants in this IVC will have the opportunity to study chemical enhanced oil recovery in greater depth, covering topics such as fundamentals of chemical enhanced oil recovery, microfluidics for enhanced oil recovery, chemical enhanced oil recovery simulation, and up-to-date technology in enhanced oil recovery as well as chemical enhanced oil recovery. 2022-11-28 s.d 2022-12-01 2022-10-29 s.d 2022-11-29
31 IVC22-129 SAPPD Global Studio 2022 SAPPK Regional and City Planning Ninik Suhartini, ST, MUPR, PhD, SAPPD Global Studio 2022 bertemakan "Energy, Infrastructure and the City for Sustainable Urban Future" merupakan studio perencanaan dan desain kota di negara berkembang dengan tema SDG 6, 7 dan 11. Studio membuka kesempatan bagi mahasiswa S1 tingkat akhir dan magister, serta profesional dari bidang ilmu terkait. SAPPD Global Studio merupakan kegiatan tahunan SAPPK yang telah diinisiasi sejak 2015 dan memperoleh penghargaan di tingkat global.  2022-07-04 s.d 2022-07-24 2022-06-10 s.d 2022-08-12
32 IVC22-130 SAPPD Bamboo Parametric Design SAPPK Architecture Dr.-Ing Andry Widyowijatnoko In this IVC, bamboo construction design skills will be trained using the Rhino and Grasshopper applications as a form finding tool. In addition, simulations of the exposure of bamboo buildings to the sun that affect the level of building durability will be trained using Ladybug software. Meanwhile, the design optimization training was carried out by introducing the Galapagos software. Skills and knowledge in designing bamboo construction are also trained through the study model making approach. In addition, the other purpose of the workshop is to provide ITB students with experience working in international teams. This experience is expected to be able to develop communication and teamwork skills. 2022-08-27 s.d 2022-09-24 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-10-01
33 IVC22-131 SAPPD Digital Twin for Built Environment SAPPK Architecture Dr. Dewi Larasati IVC is organized in terms of the nature of the built environment which is inherently complex, variable and unpredictable. So that the design and building process will be more difficult to control when changes occur in the field. But now, major advances in cyber physical technology, combined with the blurring of industry dividing lines open up huge opportunities for digital change. One of the most exciting areas of change is the emergence of the so-called "digital twins". It is a virtual representation of an actual physical asset, where the digital twin is updated over time to accurately reflect the real thing. For example, the digital twin of a section of a rail line will be updated when the line is maintained, or if there is a problem with any signalling equipment. Digital twins build on a number of existing technologies and initiatives. They can be seen as a natural evolution of Building Information Modelling (BIM) which has started to represent the built environment digitally. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors provide critical data to help transform digital models into dynamic, up-to-date twins. As this data grows in volume and complexity, analytics and artificial intelligence are increasingly important to connect and interpret this data, thereby improving decision-making 2022-10-07 s.d 2022-10-29 2022-09-12 s.d 2022-10-09
34 IVC22-103 EXPORTING CULTURAL AND CREATIVE PRODUCTS: SOFT POWER TO WIN THE WORLD SBM Master of Business Administration Yunieta Anny Nainggolan, Ph.D. ; Yudo Anggoro, Ph.D. (yudo.anggoro@sbm-itb.ac.id; +62 858-6028-3896 A summer course program initiated by the Magister Program of School of Business and Management ITB (MBA and MSM Study Program) with the theme of “EXPORTING CULTURAL AND CREATIVE PRODUCTS: SOFT POWER TO WIN THE WORLD”. Soft power is imperative for a country on a global stage. As one of the country's tools to influence, every country needs to develop its distinctiveness, making the country associable with a specific value. Thus, a country needs to create and communicate its distinctiveness compared to other countries. To do so, the government must groom a specific industry supporting this purpose by developing an ecosystem that includes the development of related and supporting industries, industry supervision to ensure fair competition, nurturing factors conditions, and demand conditions. A big challenge to be discussed and solved through this summer course is what, why and how exporting the soft power of cultural landscape in Indonesia to the world. This program is a hybrid program and worth three credits involving academics, practitioners and policy makers as our speakers to discuss contemporary issues around the topics. 2022-07-18 s.d 2022-07-29 2022-08-04 s.d 2022-09-23
35 IVC22-104 Empowerment of Community Toward Circular Economy Through Collaboration SBM Management Nur Budi Mulyono, PhD & Akbar Adhiutama, PhD Summer course program initiated by Bachelor program of School of Business and Management aiming to enhance social capital and circular economy collaboration. This course is design to understand the pattern of behaviour of community inclusiveness where we can instill knowledge-sharing mindset among stakeholders. we aim to increase the capacity of the local community toward sustainability and prepare them to reflect om community programs for circular economy. 2022-11-23 s.d 2022-12-08 2022-10-15 s.d 2022-11-25
36 IVC22-106 Current approach in cosmetic development: from basic molecular to advance technology SF Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Dr. apt. Satrialdi This IVC aims to provide insight into the development of cosmetic products based on fundamental molecular mechanisms and advanced formulation technology. The course covers the molecular basis for the rationale development of cosmetic products, advanced technology in cosmetic products, and global trends in cosmetic products testing. 2022-08-11 s.d 2022-08-30 2022-07-13 s.d 2022-08-09
37 IVC22-107 Health & Performance Sport Science: Physiological Perspective SF Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Muhamad Fahmi Hasan, The IVC theme aims to map public health and the performance of Indonesian athletes from a physiological perspective. 2022-10-03 s.d 2022-11-30 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-09-30
38 IVC22-105 Future of Halal Sector: Challenges and Opportunities SF Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Benny Permana Halalan Tayyiban is a requirement on products for Muslims’ consumption. The global halal sector has shown significant development resulting in an increasing need for halal-certified products. Therefore, the provision of halal products offers many economic opportunities as well as challenges. This International Virtual Course (IVC) will take the participants to understand the concept of halal in sharia perspective, halal ecosystem, halal certification system, factors that influence the preferences and behaviour of Muslims in choosing halal products, and the strategic approach to optimize opportunities and overcome challenges in the development of the halal sector. This IVC is organized by School of Pharmacy ITB in collaboration with ITB Halal Study Center. 2022-10-06 s.d 2022-11-11 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-10-05
39 IVC22-134 International Virtual Course in Bioenginnering: Developing Sustainability of Bioresources and Circular Bioeconomy by Partnering Across Sectors SITH-R Bioengineering Lili Melani, Ph.D Kegiatan ini diselenggarakan untuk mewadahi mahasiswa dan profesional untuk belajar di Kampus ITB secara virtual. Selama pelaksanaan, peserta akan belajar dan bekerja sama dalam tim selama periode tertentu. Peserta juga akan mengerjakan studi kasus sederhana dan dipresentasikan di akhir kegiatan. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-08-01
40 IVC22-133 Tropical Forest Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services SITH-R Forestry Engineering Dr. Elham Sumarga Course ini mengintegrasikan dua aspek penting dari hutan tropika, yaitu biodiversity dan ecosystem services. Cakupan aspek biodiversity dalam course ini cukup luas, mulai dari kajian tentang keanekaragaman spesies flora dan fauna, keanekaragaman tipe hutan topika, hingga konservasi keanekaragaman hayati. Untuk aspek ecosystem services, course ini akan mencakup kajian tentang keberagaman tipe ecosystem services, kuantifikasi, valuasi ekonomi, serta pemodelan spasial ecosystem services. 2022-08-01 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-08-16
41 IVC22-132 Feeding a growing population: postharvest technology and innovation to strengthen tropical food security SITH-R Post Harvest Technology Dr. Ir. Rijanti Rahaju Maulani, SP. MSi. The world’s population is expected to increase to nearly 10 billion by 2050. This prediction comes with a great challenge, how and where we will feed (sustainably) a growing global population? It means higher demand for available food, water, productive soil, and environmental impacts. Strengthening tropical food security is key to addressing the global food security issues. Local food systems make communities more resilient, climate adaptive and sustainable in the long term. Post-harvest technology plays a vital role in creating food security. The science and sustainable technique must be applied to deliver crops from harvesting to consumption with a minimum loss, maximum efficiency, and maximum benefit for all involved. Post-harvest handling is critical to reducing post-harvest food losses and wastes, maintaining food safety, preserving food quality and nutrient content, and ensuring everyone have access to food all year long. 2022-08-08 s.d 2022-08-19 2022-07-10 s.d 2022-09-05
42 IVC22-102 Fundamentals and Applications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology SPS Nano Technology Dr. Damar Rastri Adhika Topik materi yang akan diberikan cukup luas yaitu mengenai dasar teori serta aplikasi dalam bidang nanosains dan nanoteknologi. Oleh karena itu narasumber luar dan dalam negeri berasal dari berbagai bidang ilmu yaitu fisika, kimia, biologi, farmasi, dan energi. Topik yang luas ini juga memungkinkan untuk menerima peserta dari berbagai bidang ilmu dan keahlian sehingga diharapkan akan dapat menarik banyak peserta. Kegiatan ini akan dilakukan secara daring atau hybrid jika dimungkinkan. Kegiatan ini akan dibagi menjadi beberapa sesi yaitu pembukaan serta pemaparan program IVC dan sosialisasi pihak penyelenggara, penyampaian materi oleh narasumber, presentasi tugas besar peserta IVC, ujian akhir, serta penutupan program IVC. 2022-07-25 s.d 2022-07-29 2022-07-05 s.d 2022-09-16
43 IVC22-117 Optimizing Energy Transition in Electricity Sector towards Carbon Neutral STEI Electrical Power Engineering Kevin Marojahan BN Greenhouse-gas emission must be brought to zero through energy transition, where structural changes regarding supply and consumption towards more efficient and sustainable energy use is desired.​ Comprehension of energy transition in electrical energy sector requires the knowledge of​: the aspects of the constituent elements,​ energy planning​, the impact on the existing electricity system​.This International Virtual Course will provide student participants with insights into aspects related to energy transition in electricity sector towards carbon neutral. 2022-07-25 s.d 2022-08-12 2022-07-12 s.d 2022-10-12