AEON Indonesia Seminar "Tangible Earth” by Prof. Shinichi Takemura

  • You are invited to a seminar AEON Indonesia “Tangible Earth” by Prof. Shinichi Takemura on Monday, 25 Nov 2013 09.00 A.M. – 12.00 P.M. Balai Sidang UI Click here to view the seminar flyer. Note: –    Lunch (buffet) is provided –    Certificate (given to those who participate until the end of the seminar) –    Those who come after 9.30 are not allowed to join the seminar Please confirm your attendance to Ms. Meita by sending an email to rismeita@gmail.com. “Tangible Earth project, a multimedia globe that allows people to understand the condition of our planet using interactive technology, based on information provided by scientists from various fields. ”  

    20 Nov
    20 Nov
  • We are delighted to invite you to join Aeon Asia Eco – Leaders (University Course) that is going to be held in Jakarta, 24 November – 1 December 2013 “Solving Waste Recycle Problems and Establishment of a Recycle -based Society”. 80 distinguished students from 6 countries (Cina, Indonesia, Jepang, Malaysia, Thailand dan Vietnam) will join this event. This event aims to: 1.    Facilitate students discussion on environmental issues 2.    Improve awareness toward environment Application Requirements & Eligibility 1.    Students of any majors 2.    Having an interest in environment 3.    Minimum TOEFL score of (ITP : 570), (CBT: 230), (IBT:80)/ IELTS min 6.5 / TOEIC min 730. 4.    Score transcript 5.    CV Please submit your application  to International Office by 3 October 2013 at 15.00 at the latest. Links to: Application Form Application Questionnaire Ecoleaders Outline Implementation Guidelines Info AEON Asia Ecoleaders

    30 Sep
    30 Sep
  • UI’s traditional dance team, Krida Budaya established since 1983, has successfully held road tour to Serbia supported by Indonesia Embassy to Serbia for almost 20 days from July 15, 2013. The tour to Balkan region aims to introducing and promoting Indonesian culture in Balkan, engaging particularly Serbianese as the ‘old sister’ of Indonesia, and for national interest, as the ‘bridge’ to encourage bilateral cooperation in term of cultural science. During the tour, Krida Budaya visited 14 cities in Serbia, International Folklore Festival in Vrsac city, 6th International Students Folklore Festival Nis in Nis city, city of Bela Palanka, Knjazevac and Medijana. Cacak, Kraujevac, Jagodina, Kraljevo, Smederevo, Sremska Mitrovica, Svilajnac, Zajenar, and the single grand performance in Beograd and interetno festival in Subotica. They gracefully and professionally presented eight traditional dances and three percussion performances inspired by Sumatera, Borneo and Java’s cultures. The team comprising 25 people coached by Niniek L. Karim has appealed and attracted local media and its people. The tour, surprisingly leads to the intention to invite cultural groups from various countries to Universitas Indonesia, as stated by the interim director of student’s affair of UI. The event will act as the approach strengthening Indonesia’s position in the eye of the world as the country which can develop its multiculturalism into international potential sectors.

    26 Sep
    26 Sep
  • It is our great honor to invite you, faculty staff, and students to participate in AUN/SEED-Net Seminar, under theme “Success and Challenges of University-Industry Collaboration, for accelerating Indonesian Economic Growth”. The event will be held on September 18th, 2013 in Jakarta. The event will be mainly focused on Indonesian context in University-Industry Collaboration. The participants will hear and learn insights as well as hands-on experiences through keynote speeches and panel discussion from top-notch professionals both in academic and in industry communities. More importantly, there will also be a workshop on MP3EI which will be led by DIKTI. For those who would like to be a part of this great event, the registration could simply be done at U-Iseminar@dikti.go.id. The registration is open until Sept.11, 2013. Download the event flyer and tentative program.

    16 Aug
    16 Aug
  • We are much honored to inform you that Universitas Indonesia has for the first time formed an organization to bring together youth, international students from across the globe to go through critical issues the world is facing in order to find alternative solutions; something youth knows best to do. This new-found, student-run organization is entitled as Universal Youth Alliance (UYA), who in the long run, will hold an annual, international conference named Asia Pacific Student Forum (APSF).   Therefore, we would like to invite you to join us in our very first event, The 2013 Asia Pacific Student Forum – a small step from youth giant leap for the world without poverty, as a means of building alternatives towards eradicating extreme poverty and hunger, point one in Millennium Development Goals set out to be met by 2015, which is merely two more years from today.   Undergraduate students from all over Asia Pacific will be representing their universities as delegates in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia, to submit ideas and generate projects that are feasible to be executed once they have got back to their countries of origin. The result of the forum will also be passed to APEC 2013 and is up for discussions during the Summit. Please note that only 150 spots are available for international delegates (with an access to every activity throughout the 4-day event), although there will be also be other 50 spots available for local students who are selected as youth observers (plenary and seminar sessions only).   We strongly encourage you to secure your positions by registering yourselves via website http://www.uya.or.id/, . Make sure you go through all the steps until you confirm your attendances.   Below is a list of FAQ of APSF 2013 and our brochure available for you to read thoroughly.   What is APSF? The 2013 APSF is a forum that gathers undergraduate students from all over Asia Pacific to discuss transnational chronic issues. The diversity of the participants would lead to innovative and creative solutions that could become alternatives to the problems that have yet been solved. In addition to that, another aim is that to create agent of change in the body of participants.   When & Where? September 25th-28th 2013, Universitas Indonesia   What is the topic? -World without Poverty- World without poverty through solving health problem, education problem, financial inclusiveness problem, and the last but not the least is social entrepreneurship.   Who is the Speaker? Boediono – Vice President of Republic of Indonesia President of Universitas Indonesia Prof. Gunter Pauli – Creator of Blue Economy Concept Anis Baswedan – Founder of Gerakan Indonesia Mengajar Darmin Nasution – Former Governor of Bank Indonesia Dr. Nining Indroyono Soesilo M.A. – Founder of UKM Center FEUI Leonardo Kamilius – CEO & Founder  of Koperasi Kasih Indonesia Yohanes Surya – Education Activist Nafsiah Mboi – Health Minister of Republic of Indonesia Sandiaga Uno – Entrepreneur Rhenald Kasali – Lecturer of Universitas Indonesia   What is the concept & outcome? The concept of The 2013 Asia Pacific Student Forum is Action Based Forum where we are not only discussing about problems, but also the solutions and conduct actions based on the solution. We start the forum by sharing and brainstorming sessions, where we share our own idea regarding the poverty problem and its possible solution. We believe the diversity of the participant in the forum could generate ideas or insights that inspire the whole delegation body to think differently and much more creatively. The sharing and brainstorming session is followed by a discussion of projects that is feasible enough…

    25 Jul
    25 Jul
  • After many years of academic education, the partnership of Universitas Indonesia & University of Queensland has been strengthened. UQ ranking 46th among the top universities in the QS World Ranking is ready to build more significant cooperation. Program of Asia Bound is one of the program providing funding in the form of $2000 or $5000 grants for around 3600 Australian students each year to participate in a study experience in Asia. Students are able to undertake short-term mobility for a variety of experiences including practicums, clinical placements, research trips or volunteer projects for up to 6 months. University of Queensland perceives the program as the thing which is very great to enhance the capacity of Australian students to taste the unforgettable experience in Indonesia. UQ also expressed their interest  towards  UI program offered by International Office, Short Course on Indonesia Today. high demanding of Indonesian culture is the main reason why they will possibly choose the program. to celebrate the partnership with partner institutions in Indonesia, they also promote UQIPA Award, UQ Indonesia Partnership Award. the award is eligible for a staff member or currently enrolled ina PhD at UQ or at one of UQ’s Indonesian partner institutions. Faculty of Engineering UI highlights faculty members exchange between UQ and UI. the exchange aims to enhance the lecture’s skill and ability to be expertise in their field and can support international learning and teaching. it is expected the faculty members then can propose joint research together with UQ. the opening of twin master in the psychology program is also encouraged and there will be feasibility study before UI and UQ can move further to joint master program. internship and summer program to UQ is also one of the program to enhance the academic cooperation between UI and UQ.  

    30 May
    30 May
  • Korean Lecture Series: A New Perspective on Korea Country The Korea Foundation was established in 1991 to promote awareness and understanding of Korea. Moreover it is also to encourage the friendship of the international community towards Korea and its people. Korea Foundation as a representative organization, conducts a variety of activities and programs such as the promotion of cultural and people exchange. To achieve its aims, Korea Foundation and Universitas Indonesia host its lecture series in Balai Sidang UI at May 21, 2013 from 2-6 pm. The Ambassador Nam Jin Zeon as the Executive Vice President of the Korea Foundation also came together with Prof. Sung Ki Mon, Director of Korean Studies Department, and Mr. Kim Jo Yong, the Counsellor of Korean Embassy in Indonesia. Program Officer, Korean Studies Department, the Korea Foundation, Ms Eun Sil Jeong also participates in the series. Three professors, Prof. Jongseok Kim talked about Development of Korean companies and business culture in Korea, while Professor Sangyoon Ma approached the participants with lecture on twenty years of crisis on the Korean Peninsula, 1993-2013. The last, Prof. Kyongmi Danyel Kwon exposed the makings of Korean wave, then and now.    

    22 May
    22 May
  • On Monday, May 13, 2013, Renmin University of China visited Universitas Indonesia.  Renmin or usually abbreaviated as RUC is the leading research university located in District Haidian, Beijing.  As the forefront university in China, RUC focuses on Social and Humanities cluster.  RUC is well known as they have been producing many prolific scientists and icons who have strategic impact to the global community, and particularly to China development in the field of law, economy, journalistic and etc. based on the national higher education enrolment test in China, this university consistently ranks on the best third university in China compared to Beijing University and Tsinghua University, especially in art liberal and social science. The delegation visited UI to discuss the continuation of education cooperation between Universitas Indonesia and RUC. The delegation was lead by Professor Cheng Tianquan (Chairman of University Council) and warmly greeted by Mr. Junaidi M.A. as the head of International Office UI.  Edy Prasetyon Ph.D as the vice dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Science abd Rahadjeng Pulungsari, M.Hum, the secretary of Faculty of Humanities UI were also invited together with Nita Madona Sulanti, M.A. (Coordinator of China Study Program Faculty of Humanities UI). The two parties agree to implement concrete cooperation in terms of social and humanities cluster. In the future, UI and RUC will be engaged more in international cooperation.

    14 May
    14 May
  • Warmest greetings from Universitas Indonesia! We would like to encourage UI academics to Participate on SATU (Southeast and South Asia and Taiwan Universities) Joint Research Scheme Program. This program is hosted and co-organized by National Cheng Kung University and SATU Presidents’ Forum International Secretariat. Accepted applications of this Joint Research Scheme Program will receive research grant from SATU International Secretariat. Applicants must be working at Universitas Indonesia and have received the Doctoral Degree. All applications must be recommended by the University and be submitted through International Office of Universitas Indonesia.  Individual application will not be accepted. Application must be submitted to International Office of Universitas Indonesia at the latest May 14th, 2013 through our e-mail address:  io-ui@ui.ac.id. Please refer to the attached documents for complete information and application form in the following link. Announcement Application Form Joint Research Scheme For further information please directly contact: SATU Presidents’ Forum International Secretariat National Cheng Kung University E-mail: satu@conf.ncku.edu.tw Website: http://conf.ncku.edu.tw/satu/ Tel: +886-6-2757575 ext. 50956 +886-6-2099250 Fax: +886-6-2373551 Or International Office Universitas Indonesia First floor, Rectorate Bldg – Central of Administrative Kampus UI, Depok, West Java 16424, INDONESIA Phone & Fax: (62-21) 7888 0139 Email: io-ui@ui.edu URL: www.ui.ac.id | international.ui.ac.id

    02 May
    02 May
  • University of Queensland (UQ) visited Universitas Indonesia in April 23, 2013 to strengthen the bilateral education cooperation between the two top tier universities in its respective origin country. During the day, there were meeting held between University of Queensland International and International Office UI and the faculties counterpart, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Social and Political Science. Besides meeting, there were also 4 seminars presented by UQ academics. One of the delegations is Indonesia-born man currently becoming senior lecturer in strategy cluster University of Queensland Business School, Dr Andre Pakerti. He briefly discussed his experience as Indonesian scholar in the University of Queensland. What kind of journey has turned his life as a student then as a lecturer at the prestigious UQ Business School. The discussion continued as he revealing the area of his research in relation to culture and its role in business and management today. Cultural differences are reflected in the different values and behaviours of employees that can ultimately impact the level of customer satisfaction and overall productivity of a business. The notion of cultural intelligence is one that organisations particularly need to consider in this era of globalisation and increasing usage of technology. Separately, Professor Brian Key, Director of the Brain Growth and Regeneration Lab at the University of Queensland became the speaker in the Faculty of Mathematical and Natural Science.  He presented biomedical Sciences – ultimate challenge : how to repair an injured brain. The Lab is dedicated to understanding the principles of stem cell biology, differentiation, axon guidance, plasticity, regeneration and development of the brain. He was recruited back to Australia to research brain development at the University of Melbourne in the 1990s. He then moved to the University of Queensland where he was appointed Professor of Developmental Neurobiology in 2003. He is currently deciphering the role that Autism genes play in the development of connections between neurons in the embryonic brain. He uses his research to inspire students to learn and develop a deeper understanding of modern approaches in the biomedical sciences. One of the goals of biomedicine is to understand how neuronal connections are established during development and then maintained during aging. Such knowledge contributes to the creation of novel and innovative therapies.

    24 Apr
    24 Apr
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