Faculty of Engineering Inaugurated Their 856 Graduates at the 171st Graduation Ceremony of Universitas Diponegoro 2023

Faculty of Engineering Inaugurated Their 856 Graduates at the 171st Graduation Ceremony of Universitas Diponegoro 2023

(14/8) The Faculty of Engineering Undip officially inaugurated its 856 graduates at the 171st Graduation of Universitas Diponegoro which took place at Prof. Soedarto, S.H Building, Undip Tembalang Campus. On this graduation ceremony, the Faculty of Engineering had the opportunity to conduct the graduation in Part I until Part VI which was held on 8, 9, and 14 August 2023.

 In this 171st graduation, there were around 4077 graduates who were inaugurated by Universitas Diponegoro. At this graduation, the Faculty of Engineering not only inaugurated their graduates from the undergraduate program but also there were 94 graduates from the master’s and doctoral programs and 193 graduates from the professional engineering program.

From those 856 graduates who were graduated by the Faculty of Engineering, there were 595 graduates that successfully achieved the cum laude predicate. Moreover, there were six foreign graduates who also finished their studies and joined the ceremony this time. Those six foreign graduates are Asim Aamir from Pakistan (graduated from the Master Program of Mechanical Engineering), Tuyizere Vedaste from Rwanda (graduated from the Master Program of Industrial Engineering and Management), Syed Uzair Amjad from Pakistan (graduated from the Master Program of Environmental Engineering), Peter Wachira Gathere from Kenya (graduated from the Master Program of Environmental Engineering), Adeeb Hayel Saeed Zaid from Yaman (graduated from the Master Program of Environmental Engineering), and Raphael Oceng from Uganda (graduated from the Master Program of Environmental Engineering).

Cinka Sihaloho, the representative of the Faculty of Engineering graduates at the 171st Graduation of Undip, is delivering her speech in front of other graduates. Photo by Undip PR Team/Humas Undip

Cinka Sihaloho, the representative of the Faculty of Engineering graduates from the Department of Computer Engineering, had the opportunity to deliver a speech at this graduation ceremony. On her speech, she conveyed the importance of sustaining the COMPLETE value which is the basic value for all of Universitas Diponegoro students. Furthermore, she also hoped that all graduates can implement their knowledge and participate in building Indonesia better. “Hopefully all the knowledge obtained during our study in Universitas Diponegoro could make us an agent of change who are ready to be involved in implementing the knowledge obtained to the community, the professional world, and the development,” she said in her speech.

The Rector of Universitas Diponegoro, Prof. Dr. Yos Johan Utama, S.H, M.Hum, revealed that he was grateful that the students could finally complete their study and graduated on this graduation period. In his speech, he advised the graduates to be always dare to step ahead in order to achieve success in the future. “Go forward Undip alumni! Never back down! Ever forward, never retreat! Insyaallah (god willing), glory and success will always be on your side,” said Prof. Yos

Department of Civil Engineering Held a Public Lecture about On-Going Research in the Field of Structural Analysis with a Researcher from Germany

Department of Civil Engineering Held a Public Lecture about On-Going Research in the Field of Structural Analysis with a Researcher from Germany

(14/8) Civil Engineering Universitas Diponegoro in collaboration with the Institute for Structural Analysis Technische Universität Dresden, Germany held a public lecture with the theme “On-Going Research in the Institute for Structural Analysis, TU Dresden, Germany”. This public lecture is a continuation of the previous guest lecture, where in the previous lecture, the topic discussed was the opportunities to study and research in Germany. In this public lecture, Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske from TU Dresden was appointed as the main speaker. While Dr-Ing. Bobby Rio Indriyantho, S.T., M.T., a lecturer from Civil Engineering Undip, was chosen as the moderator. This public lecture was held in the E301 Room of the Department of Civil Engineering and was attended by several academics from the Department of Civil Engineering, such as Prof. Dr. Ir. Han Ay Lie, M.Eng. and Dr. Ir. Purwanto, M.T., M.Eng, and several bachelor and master students of Civil Engineering Undip.

Technische Universität Dresden is one of the biggest modern multidisciplinary universities in Germany. This university is a part of the eleven institutions in Germany that achieved the predicate as the “University of Excellence” by the German Universities Excellence Initiative (Ziele der Exzellenzinitiative). One of the areas of excellence on this campus is engineering, especially in the field of civil engineering. In this field, the Institute for Structural Analysis led by Prof. Kaliske became one of the laboratories that is frequently used as a reference for scientists in the field of civil engineering, especially in the field of structural analysis.

In this public lecture, Prof. Kaliske, as a researcher who focused on the field of structural analysis, discussed the latest updates that have been researched by his structural analysis laboratory. He explained many related topics in structural analysis such as how pull and pressure from the outside or the inside of a structure can affect the structure itself. In addition, he also explained about what is the behavior of the linear and nonlinear concrete that actually has its own challenges and goals.

This public lecture is a part of the Visiting Professor program initiated by the Department of Civil Engineering Undip. In this program, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske was invited as the visiting professor. Besides this public lecture, several agendas included in the program are the MoA signing and BIMA Research discussion. Hopefully with this program, the academics of Civil Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering Undip could obtain new knowledge and relations with the quality foreign partners.

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Department of Civil Engineering Held a Public Lecture about On-Going Research in the Field of Structural Analysis with a Researcher from Germany

The Department of Civil Engineering Held a Public Lecture on the Latest Research in the Field of Structural Analysis with a Researcher from Germany

(14/8) The Department of Civil Engineering Universitas Diponegoro in collaboration with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden Germany held a public lecture with the theme “On-Going Research in the Institute for Structural Analysis, TU Dresden, Germany”. This public lecture is a continuation of the previous lecture, where in the previous lecture, the theme was about education and research in Germany. In this public lecture, Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske from TU Dresden was the main speaker. While Dr-Ing. Bobby Rio Indriyantho, S.T., M.T., a lecturer from the Department of Civil Engineering, was appointed as the moderator. This public lecture was held in the E301 Room of the Department of Civil Engineering and was attended by several lecturers from the Department of Civil Engineering, including Prof. Dr. Ir. Han Ay Lie, M.Eng and Dr. Ir. Purwanto, M.T, M.Eng, and several bachelor and master students of Civil Engineering.

Technische Universität Dresden is one of the biggest modern multidisciplinary universities in Germany. This university is one of eleven institutions in Germany that obtained the predicate as the “University of Excellence” by the German Universities Excellence Initiatives (Ziele der Exzellenzinitiative). One of the most widely known fields of study on this campus is engineering, particularly civil engineering. In this field, the Institute of Structural Analysis led by Prof. Kaliske became one of the laboratories that are often used as a reference in the civil engineering field, specifically in the field of structural analysis

In this public lecture, Prof. Kaliske, as the researcher who focuses on structural analysis, discussed the latest research done by his laboratory in the field of structural analysis. He also explained the related topics such as how internal and external tensile and pressing in a structure can affect that structure. In addition, he also explained how linear and nonlinear concrete block has its own challenge and aims when applying it.

This public lecture is a part of the Visiting Professor program initiated by the Department of Civil Engineering. In this program,  Prof. Dr-Ing. Habil. Michael Kaliske became the guest lecture. In addition to the public lecture, other agendas are also present on this program including the MoA Signing with the Faculty of Engineering and BIMA research discussion. Hopefully, from this mission, the academics and lecturers in Civil Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering gained new knowledge and relationships from qualified foreign partners.

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Department of Civil Engineering Collaborating with TU Dresden to Hold a Guest Lecture about The Opportunities to Study and Research in Germany

Department of Civil Engineering Collaborating with TU Dresden to Hold a Guest Lecture about The Opportunities to Study and Research in Germany

(14/8) The Department of Civil Engineering Universitas Diponegoro in collaboration with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, held a guest lecture with the theme “Guest Lecture: Study and Research in Germany”. In this guest lecture, Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske from Technische Universität Dresden became the main speaker. Dr-Ing. Bobby Rio Indriyantho, S.T., M.T., a lecturer from Civil Engineering Undip, was appointed as the moderator. This guest lecture was attended by the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, Prof. Jati Utomo Dwi Hatmoko, S.T., M.M., M.Sc., Ph.D., the Head of the Master Program of Civil Engineering, Prof. Dr. Ir. Suharyanto, M.Sc, students, and lecturers who are interested in topics regarding study and research in Germany. This guest lecture was held at the Hall A101 of the Department of Civil Engineering.

Technische Universität Dresden itself is one of the most prestigious campuses in Germany and Europe. This can be seen from its ranking in the list of the top 20 well-known universities in Germany. This campus has a variety of highly-respected study programs in various fields including engineering, science, social, arts, and humanities. Modern facilities are provided including laboratories, libraries, a sport center, and other support facilities. As one of the prestigious campuses, Technische Universität Dresden became one of the most popular campuses for students, thus this guest lecture was held to facilitate that demand.

In this guest lecture, Prof. Kaliske explained several things, ranging from what it looks like to study at Technische Universität Dresden campus in Germany, the application flow, to the requirements needed to fulfill before studying in Germany, such as how to enter TU Dresden, the application requirements, fees, opportunities, and how to apply for the educational programs like Dipl.-Ing., master, and Ph.D. program. In addition, he also gave an explanation of the research that is currently being conducted in Germany.

This guest lecture is part of the Visiting Professor program initiated by the Department of Civil Engineering. In this program, Prof. Kaliske as the visiting professor will conduct several activities, one of which is this guest lecture. Besides the guest lecture, there are other agendas such as MoA signing between the Faculty of Engineering Undip and the Institute for Structural Analysis, TU Dresden, visitation to the Structural Laboratory of the Department of Civil Engineering, and BIMA Research discussion.

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Department of Civil Engineering Collaborating with TU Dresden to Hold a Guest Lecture about The Opportunities to Study and Research in Germany

The Department of Civil Engineering Held a Guest Lecture on Study and Research Opportunities in Germany with Professor from TU Dresden

(14/8) The Department of Civil Engineering Universitas Diponegoro in collaboration with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, held a guest lecture with the title “Guest Lecture: Study and Research in Germany”. In this guest lecture, Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske from Technische Universität Dresden was appointed as the main speaker. Dr-Ing. Bobby Rio Indriyantho, S.T., M.T., a lecturer from Civil Engineering Undip, became the moderator. This guest lecture was attended by the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, Prof. Jati Utomo Dwi Hatmoko, S.T., M.M., M.Sc., Ph.D, Head of Master Program of Civil Engineering, Prof. Dr. Ir. Suharyanto, M.Sc, students, and lecturers who are interested in topics regarding study and research in Germany. The guest lecture was held in the Department of Civil Engineering Hall, A101.

Technische Universität Dresden is a well-known campus in Germany and Europe. This can be seen from its ranking, where this campus is on the list of the top 20 campuses in Germany. This campus has a variety of highly regarded study programs in various fields, including Engineering, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities. Modern facilities are also provided including laboratories, a library, a sports center, and other supporting facilities. As one of the top campuses, Technische Universität Dresden is one of the most desirable campuses for many students, and this guest lecture was held to facilitate that.

In this guest lecture, Prof. Kaliske explained about the Technische Universität Dresden campus in Germany, the steps, and the conditions of studying in Germany starting from how to enter TU Dresden, requirements, fees, opportunities, to how to take educational programs such as Dipl.-Ing program, master’s program, and Ph.D program. In addition, he also explained about the latest research that is currently going on in Germany.

This guest lecture is a part of the Visiting Professor program initiated by the Department of Civil Engineering. In this program, Prof. Kaliske as the visiting professor conducted several activities, one of which was guest lectures. Besides that, there were several other activities including the MoA Signing between the Faculty of Engineering Undip and the Institute for Structural Analysis, TU Dresden, visiting the Structure Laboratory of the Department of Civil Engineering, and BIMA Research Discussion. The Visiting Professor program will be held from 10th August to 15th August.

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The Faculty of Engineering Undip Officially Collaborate with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden

The Faculty of Engineering Undip Officially Collaborate with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden

(12/8) The Faculty of Engineering Undip officially signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Institute for Structural Analysis, Technische Universität Dresden. Prof. Ir. M. Agung Wibowo, M.M, M.Sc, Ph.D as the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Undip was present to sign the memo together with Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske, Head of the Institute for Structural Analysis. The signing ceremony was held in the Senate Room, Dekanat Building 3rd Floor.

This memorandum signing was a part of the Visiting Professor program initiated by the Department of Civil Engineering. Prof. Dr. Ir. Han Ay Lie, M. Eng. as the Person in Charge of this program explained that the Department of Civil Engineering wanted to invite Prof. Michael Kaliske from TU Dresden to do research and provide materials in Civil Engineering through the World Class University Program. As a legal basis for the implementation of that program as well as to strengthen the relationship between the Faculty of Engineering Undip and the Institute for Structural Analysis TU Dresden in the future, both parties agreed to sign an MoA.

Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Michael Kaliske was presenting TU Dresden in front of the audiences

The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Undip, Prof. Ir. M. Agung Wibowo, M.M, M.Sc, Ph.D, welcomed this collaboration. For him, TU Dresden is one of the most prominent institutions in Germany. In addition, several academics from the Faculty of Engineering Undip have experienced studying at TU Dresden. This has left a positive impression and therefore TU Dresden was willing to collaborate with the Faculty of Engineering Undip. He hopes that this signing will have a positive impact on the Faculty of Engineering and TU Dresden. “We hope that this collaboration between the Faculty of Engineering Undip and the Institute for Structural Analysis TU Dresden will make both institutions become more excellent, especially in the field of education, research, and community service,” he said.

In his remarks, Prof. Dr-Ing. Habil. Michael Kaliske, the Head of the Institute for Structural Analysis Technische Universität Dresden, expressed his gratitude towards the Faculty of Engineering Undip for the collaboration between the two institutions. He hoped that with this collaboration TU Dresden can continue to collaborate with other universities in Indonesia. “It’s great to be able to visit and collaborate with the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Diponegoro. We have collaborated for 12 years with various institutions in Indonesia and now we are finally able to collaborate with the Faculty of Engineering Universitas DIponegoro,” he said.

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Editor, Translator: M. Rusmul Khandiq