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Welcome Message from the Dean

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The School in Brief

Vision and Mission

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Institut Teknologi Bandung


School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

School Organization for Undergraduate Programs


SEEI Management Team
Undergraduate Programs Coordinator Team
Administration Staffs
Advisory Board

Research Groups
Biomedical Engineering Research Group
Computer Engineering Research Group
Control and Computer System Research Group
Electrical Power Engineering Research Group
Electronics Research Group
Informatics Research Group
Information Technology Research Group
Software and Data Engineering Research Group
Telecommunication Engineering Scientific and Research Group

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SEEI Centers
Microelectronics Center
Mobile Inno Sphere Center
Java Competency Center
LanGrid Bandung Operation Center
Center for Telematics, Radio Telecommunications and Microwave
ITB Indosat Tablet and Cloud Innovation Lab

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SEEI Laboratories

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Undergraduate Programs
Curricula of Undergraduate Programs

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Electrical Engineering Program


Introduction
Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects
Program Structures
Course Descriptions

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Electrical Power Engineering Program


Introduction
Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects
Program Structures
Course Descriptions

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Informatics/Computer Science Program


Introduction
Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects

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Program Structures
Course Descriptions

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Information Systems and Technology Program


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Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects
Program Structures
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Telecommunication Engineering Program


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Program Outcomes
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Welcome Message from The Dean


School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (SEEI) ITB was established in 2006 as the merger
between The Department of Electrical Engineering and The department of Informatics. Currently, STEI has 5
undergraduate study programs. They are (i) Electrical Engineering (EL) (ii) Electrical Power Engineering (PE)
(iii) Telecommunication Engineering (ET) (iv) Informatics/Computer Science (IF) and (v) Information System
and technology (II). There are 2 master study programs (i) Electrical Engineering and (ii) Informatics and 1
Electrical Engineering and Informatics doctoral study program.
The vision of our school is to be an outstanding and competitive higher education in Electrical
Engineering and Informatics in Indonesia and well recognized internationally, an has active roles in
improvement of national welfare. To achieve this vision STEI puts strong efforts to continuously improve the
educational process based on international standard. In this point of view Electrical Engineering program is
the pioneer for enrolling international accreditation conducted by ABET (Accreditation Board on Engineering
and Technology). We are proud to announce that this program is ABET accredited since 2011.
This undergraduate handbook contains information about vision, mission, undergraduate programs and
the 2013 curriculum along with the officers, research groups and laboratories that support the
undergraduate programs.
I do hope that this undergraduate handbook will be very useful for students and faculty members as well as
for the public.
I personnaly express my gratitude toward all STEI community. May Allah bless our efforts.
Wassalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.
Bandung, April 2014
SEEI Dean

Prof. Dr. Ir. Suwarno


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The School in Brief


The School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (SEEI ITB) was officially founded in January
1st, 2006 based on Rector Decree No. 012/SK/01/OT/2005 as a merging between Department of
Electrical Engineering and Department of Informatics/Computer Science, which are originally
within the Faculty of Industrial Technology. Both departments have a long history in conducting
higher education in electrical engineering (since 1947) and inInformatics/Computer Science
(since 1982). In response to society and industrial needs, the school with the commencement of
2008 curriculum opens three new programs: Electrical Power Engineering, Telecommunication
Engineering and Information System & Technology. In addition to the five undergraduate
programs, SEEI also offers two masters programs and one doctoral program.The overall SEEIs
student body is about 2.500 on the average.
The school currently has about 120 permanent faculty members and is supported by 74 nonacademic staffs. Among the faculty members, 76 of them hold doctoral degrees and 34 faculties
hold masters degree from prominent universities around the world, which bring international
cultures and best practice into the schools academic atmospheres. Each faculty member is
affiliated with one of nine research groups hosted by SEEI.
SEEI facilitates undergraduate programs with a total of 17 educational and research laboratories.
Students also have access to thousands of books and other learning material from ITBs central
library, SEEIs library as well as from digital library. Additionally, the school hosts several research
and training centers from which students can further enhance their educational experiences in
preparation of their professional carreers.

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Vision and Mission


Institut Teknologi Bandung
Vision
ITB shall be an institution of higher education and center of development for science, technology and art,
who continuously strives for world excellence, reliability and respectability, and together with other
respectable institutions of the nation leads the Indonesian society into unity, sovereignty and prosperity.

Mission
ITB shall guide developments and changes carried out by society through innovative and quality
education, research and community service, and be responsive to global development and local
challenges.

Goals
To make its vision and mission materialized, ITB sets four interrelated goals to be achieved by 2015:
To establish a respected global academic society, who has the expertise and ability to improve its
competence globally, and to develop academic value system based on scientific truth.
To produce quality graduates who have the ability for self-improvement in the global environment,
characterized by high moral quality and integrity, intellectuality, emotional maturity, innovativeness
and creativity.
To be a research and development university, who takes position in front line of science, technology
and art, and plays an active role in the global progress of science and development of knowledge
required to improve potential quality and uniqueness of the nation.
To be an agent of change for the Indonesian society, through the upholding of moral and ethical
values, and quality of community services.

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School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics


Vision
SEEI shell be an outstanding competitive and internationallly recognized higher education in
Electrical Engineering and Informatics in Indonesia who has active roles in improvement of
national wellfare.
Mission
To provide higher education and continuing education in Electrical Engineering and
Informatics by using communication and information technology toward creative
communities.
To maintain the state-of-the-art-of Electrical Engineering and Informatics through innovative
research activities.
To disseminate science, technology and knowledge of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
through its alumnae, partnership with and through activities of community service program to
form knowledgeable and technological society.
School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics is a higher educational institution oriented
toward research:
To develop and educate graduates who have a high level of integrity, creative, and are able to
continuously learn not only to be adaptive in ever changing science and technology but also to
apply the knowledge in their profession.
To be actively engaged in the development of knowledge in Electrical Engineering and
Informatics to support Indonesias development.
To educate graduates so that they can function as the engine of the nations prosperity.

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School Organization for Undergraduate Program


SEEI Management Team
Dean

Vice Dean of Academic Affairs

Prof. Dr. Ir. Suwarno

Vice Dean of Resources Affairs

Ir. Dwi H. Widyantoro, M.SC., PhD.

Dr.Ir. Jaka Sembiring, M.Eng


Chairman of Bachelor Programs

Electrical
Engineering

Electrical Power
Engineering

Ir. Arief Syaichu


Rohman, M.Sc, PhD.

Dr. Ir. Nanang


Hariyanto, MT.

Telecommunication Informatics/Computer
Science
Engineering

Dr.Ir. Ian Joseph


Matheus Edward, MT.

Ayu Purwarianti,
ST,MT, Ph.D

Information System
& Technology

Dr. Ir. Ary Akhmad


Arman, MT.
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Undergraduate Programs Coordinator Team


Electrical Engineering
Chair

Ir. Arief Syaichu Rohman, M.Sc, PhD

Academic and Curriculum

Dr.Ir. Eniman Y. Syamsuddin


Ir. Yudi Satria Gondokaryono, M.Sc., Ph.D
Dr. Widyawardana Adiprawita, ST., MT

Final Project/Capstone Design

Dr. techn Ary Setijadi Prihatmanto, ST., MT


Dr.Ir. Mervin T. Hutabarat, M.Sc
Arif Sasongko, ST, M.Sc., Ph.D

Lab & Courses Assistant

Ir. Emir Husni, M.Sc., Ph.D

Internship and Co-op

Dr.Ir. Aciek Ida Wuryandari


Ir. Muhammad Anis Rosidi

Students and Alumnae

Dr. Agung Harsoyo, ST., DEA


Dr. Pranoto H. Rusmin

Electrical Power Engineering


Chair

Dr.Ir. Nanang Hariyanto, MT.

Academic and Curriculum

Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nurdin


Dr.Ir. Pekik Argo Dahono
Prof. Dr.Ir. Gibson Hilman Sianipar
Dr.Ir. Syarif Hidayat, MT
Dr. Umar Khayam
Dr. Ir. Isnuwardianto
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Final Project/Capstone Design

Dr.Ing. Deny Hamdani, ST., M.Sc.


Dr. Arwindra, ST., MT

Lab & Courses Assistant

Dr. Ir. Yusra Sabri

Internship and Co-op

Dr.Ir. Mukmin W. Atmoprawiro


Burhanuddin Halimi, ST., MT,.Ph.D.

Students and Alumnae

Dr. Umar Khayam, ST., MT.


Dr. Tri Desmana Rachmildha, ST.,MT.

Telecommunications Engineering
Chair

Dr.Ir. Ian Joseph Matheus Edward, MT.

Academic and Curriculum

Dr.Ir. Suhartono Tjondronegoro


Dr.Ir. Hendrawan
Prof.Dr. Adit Kurniawan, M. Eng
Dr. Ir. Nana Rachmana Syambas, M.Eng.

Final Project/Capstone Design

Dr. Effrina Yanti Hamid, ST., MT


Dr. Iskandar, ST., MT

Lab & Courses Assistant

Dr. Tutun Juhana, ST., MT


Dr. Eng. Achmad Munir, ST., MT

Internship and Co-op

Dr.Ing Eueung Mulyana, ST., M.Sc


Dr. Mohammad Sigit Arifianto, ST., M.Sc
Ir. Sigit Haryadi, MT
Aldo Agusdian, ST.,MT.

Students and Alumnae

Ir. Mohamad Anis Rosidi


Dr. Joko Suryana, ST., MT

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Informatics/Computer Science
Chair

: Ayu Purwarianti, ST, MT, Ph.D

Academic and Curriculum

: Dr. Nur Ulfa Maulidevi, ST., M.Sc


Achmad Imam Kistijantoro, ST., M.Sc., Ph.D
Dr. Ir. Rinaldi Munir, MT.
Dr. tech. Bayu Hendradjaya, ST.,MT.
Yudistira Dwi Wardhana Asnar, Ph.D.
Dessi Puji Lestari, Ph.D
Dr. Fazat Nur Azizah, ST.MT

Final Project/Capstone Design

: Dr. Fazat Nur Azizah, ST., M.Sc.


Yani Widyani, ST., MT.
Tricya Esterina Widagdo, ST., M.Sc.

Lab & Courses Assistant

: Dr. Masayu Leylia Khodra, ST., MT.

Internship and Co-op

: Dra. Harlili, MSc


Dr. Dessi Puji Lestari, ST., M.Eng

Students and Alumnae

: Dr. techn Saiful Akbar, ST., MT


Riza Satria Perdana, ST., MT.
Ir. Windy Gambetta
Adi Mulyanto, ST., MT.

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Information System and Technology


Chair

: Dr.Ir. Arry Akhmad Arman,MT.

Academic and Curriculum

: Ir. Kridanto Surendro, M.Sc., Ph.D.


Dr. Ing. Ir. Suhardi, MT
Dra. Christine Suryadi, M.Sc.
Dr. Kusprasapta Mutijarsa, ST., MT.
Dr. Yoanes Bandung, ST., MT.

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Final Project/Capstone
Design

: Dra. Harlili, M.Sc.


Dr. Kusprasapta Mutijarsa, ST., MT.
Ir. Budiman Dabarsyah, MSEE., M. Sc.

Lab & Courses Assistant

: Dr. Kusprasapta Mutijarsa, ST., MT.

Internship and Co-op

: Yusep Rosmansyah, ST., M.Sc., Ph.D

Students and Alumnae

: Achmad Imam Kistijantoro, ST., M.Sc., Ph.D


Dr. Yoanes Bandung, ST., MT

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Section Head Personnel

Administration
Staffs
Academic
Siti Jenab S., S.Sos

Taopik Hidayat,
Titi Ratri
Sutiati
Sri Rahayu S
Didin Syafruddin

Dede Bagja
Nurhayati
Sri Wahyuni
Lili Sulaeman
Siti Rista

M. Rian Noviansyah
Mistriana
Satrio Adhi Pramono
Information System
R. Tedi Kusmawan, ST

Head of Office
Abdul Hamid,
Unnike Cawana
Andri Setiaharja

Srimiati, M.Si

Infrastructure
Nendah Jubaedah

Diana Hermawati
Dini Yuliyanti
Aliza Frida
Reni Wijayani
Lia Juliyanti
Sofyan Qamaruzzaman

Finance
Sri Noviani, M.Ak

Human Resources

Rita Puspawati
Ridsan Sambadijaya
Iefty Rinjayuni N.

Pipit Raip Pitria, S.IP


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Advisory Board
Advisory Board in the School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics serves as the Schools partners
that will provide inputs so that the design and execution of academic programs in the school are of high
quality and relevance. In addition, the advisory board facilitates interaction between the school and
industry for SEEI development.

Dewan Energi Nasional

PT. Inconna

PT. Medco Energy

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Dr.Ir. Herman Darnel


Ibrahim (Chair)

Ir. Ary Mochtar Pedju, M.Arch.

Ir. Yani Panigoro, M.M.

PT. Telkom (Persero) Tbk

PT. Inti (Persero) Tbk

Ir. Arief Yahya, M.Sc

Ir. Irfan Setiaputra

PT. Chevron Pacific Indonesia

Ir. Abdul Hamid Batubara

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PT. PLN (Persero) Tbk

Bappenas

Texas A&M University, USA

Ir. Nur Pamudji, M.Sc

Dr. Dedi S. Priatna

Prof. Ronnie Ward

PT. Telkom (Persero) Tbk

PT. Quasar Cipta Mandiri

Prof. of Computer Security at


Sangmyung University Korea

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Ir. Rizkan Chandra, MBA

SEEI ITB

Dr. Ir. Jaka Sembiring, M.Eng

Ir. Yana Suryana Rahardja, MBA

Prof. John Choi, Ph.D

SEEI ITB
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Prof. Adrian Venema

Ir. Rinaldi Firmansyah, MBA

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Research Groups

Biomedical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Control and Computer System
Electrical Power Engineering
Electronics
Informatics
Information Technology
Software & Data Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering

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Research Groups

Biomedical Engineering Research Group


Biomedical Engineering is a multidisciplinary field
involving various engineering, scientific and
technological methods to solve problems in biology
and medicine for the improvement of the community
healthcare. To study this interdisciplinary field, basic
science and engineering are required. This includes
basic and advanced electronics and computer,
anatomy and physiology, biomedical physics,
biomedical transducers and instrumentation, and
biomedical system design.
The biomedical engineering research areas focus on
medical instrumentation, e-health and telemedicine,
biomedical imaging and image processing, as well as
biomechanics and medical rehabilitation.
Selected Research Projects:
Test Bed for Integrated electronic medical record system in local hospital.
Multimedia medical record implementation in public health facilities.
Economical 3-channel Electrocardiogram (EKG) design.
Propagation model prediction using Ray-tracing method for High Altitude Platform Station
(Haps) channel.
e-Health Pilot System development for handling tropical deases.
Open HER-based multimedia medical record for traditional/modern treatment.
Faculty: Prof.Dr.Ir. Tati Latifah Erawati Rajab (chair), Dr.Ing.Ir. Sarwono Sutikno, CISA,
Dr.Ir. Richard Karel Willem Mengko, Dr.Ir. Kastam Astami, Dr. Oerip Setiono Iman Santoso,
Hamonangan Situmorang, MT., Widyawardana Adiprawita, MT.

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Research Groups

Computer Engineering Research Group


The computer engineering research areas focus on
coding, cryptography and information protection,
communication and wireless network, compilers and
operating systems, computational science and
engineering, computer networks, mobile computing
& distributed systems, computer systems
(architecture, parallel processing, and dependability),
computer vision and robotics, integrated circuits,
VLSI design, testing & CAD, signal Image & speech
processing.
Selected Research Projects:
Core Computer Engineering, Infrastructure & Information Retrieval: 3D Spatial Database System,
Set-Top Box for IPTV, Basestation for WiMax, HLMA Chipset of DBTV.
Advanced e-Learning System & Entertainment: Virtual Class, Virtual Tutor, Virtual Character.
Health and Medical: Micromotor Enhancement for Dental Equipment, Brain-Computer Interface,
Exoskeleton.
Kikaku Art Applicaton as a case study for collaboration oriented interactive art & cultue
development.
Computer Supported Collaborative Work system development for animated movie development
process.
Development of open source-based creative content technology.
eduLife.Com, a Collaborative virtual environment for distance learning education platform.
Faculty: Prof.Dr.Ir. Kuspriyanto (chair), Dr.Ir. Aciek Ida, Dr.Ir. Eniman Yunus Syamsuddin, Dr.Ir. Yoga
Priyana, Dr.Ir. Emir Mauludi Husni, Dr.techn. Ary Setijadi, Dr.Ir. Budi Rahardjo, Ir. Yudi Satria
Gondokaryono, Ph.D

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Research Groups

Control and Computer System Research Group


The control and computer system research area
focus on control system methodology (modeling
and identification, robust control, adaptive
control, nonlinear control and chaos, stochastic
control and estimation, multivariable systems,
distributed
parameter systems,
process
optimization and scheduling, anti windup
systems, model predictive control, sliding mode
control),
embedded control systems
(embedded controller, integrating field level,
controller and corporate information, wireless,
sensor network and network control), robotics (vision-based robot control/visual-servoing,
collaborative robot, aerial unmaned vehicle, bipedal robot, humanoid, flying Robot), hybrid and
switching control (discrete event control and hybrid systems), control and intelligent systems
(genetic algorithm, artificial intellegence and expert systems, fuzzy logic, and neural network)
Selected research Projects:
Game content development as educational and society empowerment of CikapundungNet
in Bandung City.
A computational intelligence approach for Digital Signal Processing and its application in
Software-Defined Radio (SDR) & Active Noise Control (ANC).
Dissipative control and linear matrix approach for the design and construction of Networked
Control Systems.
Hybrid control for three phase induced electrical generator.
Faculty: Prof.Dr. Bambang Riyanto Trilaksono (chair), Prof.Dr. Carmadi Machbub, Dr. Iyas
Munawar, Dr.Hilwadi Hindersah, Dr. Arief Syaichu Rohman, Dr. Dimitri Mahayana, Dr. Agung
Harsoyo,
Dr.Pranoto H. Rusmin, Dr. Devi Putra

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Research Groups

Electrical Power Engineering Research Group


The electrical power engineering research area
focuses on generation system (distributed
generation and system, bioenergy, power
electronics on distributed generation systems),
power system (computation, security, power
quality, transmission and distribution automation
& monitoring system), power delivery (DSM,
wide
area
protection,
reactive
power
management, FACTS, power economic, electrical
power bussiness, electrical pricing, underseecable
technology), protection system (material and
technology,
electromagnetic
compatibility,
lightning protection technology), power apparatus (instrumentation and measurement, field
analysis on power system apparatus, maintenance of high voltage apparatus).
Selected Research Projects:
EMPT on minimally reduced power systems.
Development of active power filters and boost inverters by using the predictive control to
achieve good dynamic response.
Partial Discharges in High Voltage Insulations and Their Applications for Diagnosis of High
Voltage Equipments.
Diagnostics Transformators & Multi Parameter High Voltage Isolator in Tropical Climate.
Design & Construction of Low Head PLTM Turbine Prototype.
Faculty: Prof.Dr. Yanuarsyah Haroen (chair), Prof.Dr. Ngapuli I. Sinisuka, Prof.Dr. Reynaldo Zoro,
Dr. Bambang Anggoro, Prof. Dr. Ir.Gibson Sianipar, Prof.Dr. Suwarno, Dr. Ir. Mukmin Widyanto,
Dr. Ir. Djoko Darwanto, Dr. Ir. Pekik A. Dahono, Dr. Ir. Muhammad Nurdin, Dr. Ir. Yusra Sabri, Dr.
Isnuwardianto, Dr. Ir. Syarif Hidayat, Dr. Ir. Nanang Hariyanto, Dr. Redy Mardiana, Dr. Ir. Agus
Purwadi, Dr. Deny Hamdani, M.Sc., Dr. Umar Khayam, ST.MT, Dr. Tri Desmana R., ST.MT
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Research Groups

Electronics Research Group


The electronics research areas focus on Digital IC, Analog IC,
IC processing, RF IC, Devices Technology and Embedded
System. The research areas cover the electronics system
architecture design, System on Chip (SoC), Algorithm
optimization for hardware implementation, VLSI Design,
Hardware-Software Co-Design and Device Design and
Implementation. The researches are targeted for various
applications such as WiMax, 3GPP LTE, Smart Card, Security
Engine, Low Power MIPS/RISC Processor Design, Wireless
Sensor Network, Nano wire and sensors. The research utilizes
industrial standard Design Tools for Hardware Design and
Simulation. Several implementations use standard chip such
as FPGA, DSP and Microprocessor. The group also has small
scale clean room for developing laboratory experiment
devices.
Selected research projects:
Media Acces Control layer development for Broadband
Wireless Access.
MIMO STC 2x2 Design for Mobile WiMax IEEE 802.16e.
Security of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) application implementation.
LTE Baseband Processor Design.
Digital TV System on Chip Design.
AD/DA Converter Design.
Power Amplifier/Low Noise Amplifier Design.
Faculty: Prof.Dr. Adang Suwandi Ahmad (chair), Dr. Trio Adiono, Ir. Rio Seto Y., Dr. Basuki R.
Alam, Dr. Irman Idris, Ari fSasongko, Ph.D., Dr. Mervin Hutabarat, Ir. Adi Indrayanto, Ph.D.,
Ir. Achmad Fuad M., M.Eng., Ir. Farkhad Ihsan, M.Sc., Dr. Waskita Adijarto, Ir. Amy Hamidah,
M.Sc., Dr. Yusuf Kurniawan, Elvayandri, MT.
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Research Groups

Informatics Research Group


The informatics research areas focus on search
engines, cryptography, multimedia security,
integrated messaging engine, knowledge
engine, intelligent graphical engine, intelligent
agent, natural language processing, text
mining, computer vision, distributed computing
systems, computer networks, computer
networks security, mobile processing, wireless
management, next generation networks, information system, data compression, model and
simulation, numerical methods.
Selected Research Projects:

Prototype System for Search and Markets


Competitive Local Products.
GPU-based high performance computing.
Automatic Summarization for Survey Paper.
Intelligent System for Promoting SME
Handicraft Development.
Spatial Inference Engine.
System Monitoring using Embedded Linux.

Handwritten Text Recognition based on


Spatial Relation.
Collaborative System.
Governance System.
Automatic Scientific Paper Summarization
using
Rhetorical
Doc
Profile
Representation.
Knowledge Management System.
Interactivity-based System Design.

Faculty: Prof.Dr.Ing.Ir. Iping Supriana (chair), Dr. Rinaldi Munir, Dr.Ir. Husni Setiawan S., MT., Ir. Santika
Wachjudin Partasubita, MT., Ir. Mary Handoko Wijoyo, M.Sc., Ir. Kridanto Surendro, M.Sc., Ph.D., Ir.
Dwi Hendratmo W., M.Sc., Ph.D., Dr.Ir. Munawar Ahmad Z. A., Dra. Harlili S., M.Sc., Ir. Afwarman,
M.Sc., Ph.D., Dr.Ir. Rila Mandala, M.Eng., Achmad Imam Kistijantoro, M.Sc., Ph.D., Dr. Nur Ulfa
Maulidevi, Dr. Henny Yusnita Zubir, Bsc., MT., Drs. Judhi Santoso, M.Sc., Ir. Windy Gambetta, Dr. Eng.
Ayu Purwarianti, Masayu Leylia Khodra, ST., MT., Ir. Bugi Wibowo, MT., and Peb R. Aryan, ST, MT.

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Research Groups

Information Technology Research Group


The information technology research
areas focus on information technology
and its application, cloud computing,
social
networking,
digital
signal
processing, human-machine interface,
stochastic system, information theory,
intelligent system, IT governance,
networking
technology,
optical
communication
technology,
next
generation
media
and
robotic
instrumentation.
Selected research projects:
Cloud computing platform and its
applications in health, education and business etc.
Quality of service on Cloud, Cloud computing business model.
Web-based Multimedia conference system for digital learning of primary education in rural
area.
Low Cost Thin Client based multimedia system for language laboratory.
e-Farming application development for sustainable food supply planning, monitoring,
evaluation and decision support system.
Wireless technology and GIS-based ubiquitous-Farming for improving agricultureal products.
Rural Information & communication technology-based Smart Village Development.
Faculty: Prof.Dr.Ir. Suhono Harso Supangkat (chair), Dr. Jaka Sembiring, Armein Z. R. Langi Ph.D.,
Dr. Bambang Pharmasetiawan, Dr. Suhardi, Dr. Arry Akhmad Arman, Ir. Albarda, MT., Ir. Budiman
Dabarsyah, MSEE., Yusep Rosmansyah, Ph.D., Dr. Kusprasapta Mutijarsa, Dr. Yoanes Bandung, Dr. I.
Gede Baskara

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Research Groups

Software & Data Engineering Research Group


The software engineering and data
research division focuses on developing
new paradigms on software engineering,
knowledge discovery and data mining,
content management system, mobile
application, artifacts & process based
software metrics, software
project
management tools, XML based financial
electronic
reporting,
source
code
documentation generator, web services,
service oriented architecture.

Research Mission

Selected research projects:


Indonesian
regional
languages
repository development using web
semantic technology.
Digital Learning technology for rural villages.
Disaster Management Information System.
Mini Air Traffic Control System (ATCS) for middle class airport.
Content-based Direct Access methods on non alphanumeric database.
Integrated Information and Rehabilitation System for Multiple Handicapped Person.
Data Mining, Knowledge Extraction on medical data.
Faculty: Prof.Dr. Benhard Sitohang (chair), Hira Laksmiwati, M.Sc., Dr. M.M. Inggriani, Christine
Suryadi, MT., Dr. M. Sukrisno Mardiyanto, Tricya Esterina Widagdo, M.Sc., Yani Widyani, MT.,
Dr. G. A. Putri Saptawati, Dr. Saiful Akbar, Riza Satria Perdana, MT., Adi Mulyanto, MT., Bayu
Hendrajaya, MT., Fazat Nur Azizah, MT., Wikan Danar Sunindyo, MSc., M. Zuhri Catur Candra
MSc.

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Research Groups

Telecommunication Engineering Scientific and Research Group (TESRG)


The TESRG research areas focus on
Telematics:
broadband networking,
communication
protocols,
network
security, network management, new
wave telecom services.
Wireless Communications Technology:
cellular 3G, 4G beyond, broadband
satellite, HAPs communications systems,
Radiowave
propagation,
Digital
communications based on SDR.
Networking: IP, optical, and software defined networking (SDN).
Radar and Microwave Technology: Radar systems, Surface penetrating radar, antennas
and microwave devices.
Policy and Regulation in Telecommunications: Telecommunication convergence, Spectrum
management, Telecommunications Techno-Economic Analysis.
Selected Research Project:
Highspeed Ground Penetrating Radar, The Development of Algorithm and High Speed processing
for SFCW radar signal reconstruction, Design and Implementation of SOM Prototype with Dielectric
Resonator as a part of Low Noise Block in Satellite TV Receiver, Design and Implementation of
Fixed Broadband Wireless Access WIMAX Repeater FDD at 3.3 GHz, Context Aware Services,
Tunable Microwave Radar Absorber, Mobile Portal, Interactive Video over Hybrid DVB Broadcast
Network and Unicast 3G Network, IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), MIMO Long Term Evolution
Antennas.
Faculty: Prof. Dr. Adit Kurniawan, M.Eng (chair), Dr. Suhartono Tjondronegoro, Dr. Sugihartono, Ir.
Endon Bharata, MT., Ir. Bambang Krisnarno. MT., , Dr. Nana Rachmana Syambas, Ir. Sigit Haryadi,
MT., Dr. M. Ridwan Effendi, Prof.Dr. Andriyan Bayu Suksmono, Dr. Hendrawan, Dr. Ian Yosef M. E.,
Dr. Tutun Juhana, Dr. Effrina Yanti Hamid, Dr. Iskandar, Dr. Harry Santoso, Ir. M. Anis Rosidi, Ir.
Hardi Nusantara, MT., Dr. Joko Suryana, Hamonangan, MT., Aldo Agusdian, MT., Dr. Eueung
Mulyana, Dr. Chairunnisa, Dr. Achmad Munir, Dr. M. Sigit Arifianto
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Research Groups

SEEI Centers

Microelectronics Center
Mobile Inno Sphere Center
Java Competency Center
LanGrid Bandung Operation Center
Center for Telematics, Radio Telecommunications and Microwaves
ITB Indosat Tablet and Cloud Innovation Lab

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SEEI Centers

Microelectronics Center
Director: Dr. Trio Adiono
Vision
"Microelectronics (ME) Center-ITB
becomes a center of excellence that
drives microelectronics technology
development for the basis of Indonesia
electronics industry development."
Mission
"Through joining industry, research, and
university collaboration, ME Center will
develop advance microelectronics
sciences, technology, systems, and
applications to lower local industry entry
barrier to develop a high technology
based end product"
Activities
The research in ME is focusing on Electronics/Embedded Sytstem, Digital and Analog IC Design, Product
Design for Manufacturing and Semiconductor Devices Design and Processing such as sensor, transistor
etc. Currently the target application covers 4G Wireless Broadband (WiMax, 3GPP LTE), Digital TV,
Wireless Sensor Network, Open Source, Energy Meter, Soft switch etc. The wireless research includes
the design of Digital Baseband System on Chip (SoC), Analog to Digital/Digital to Analog Converter, RF,
Power Amplifier (PA) and Low Noise Amplifier (LNA), as well as Medium Access Control (MAC) layer
design. The system development utilizes several advance industrial CAD Tools and implementation
technology such as Applied Specific Integrated Circuits (IC), Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), GPU,
Multicore DSP, Microcontroller and etc. ME also has responsibility to develop electronics techno
industrial cluster in Indonesia.
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SEEI Centers

Mobile Inno Sphere Center


Director: Dr. Yusep Rusmansyah
Mobile Inno Sphere Center is a center of
excellence for mobile application, service,
and information security teaching, research
and development. It is currently supported
by Nokia, and is a continuation of former
Mobile Broadband Technology Centre
(MBTC) which was supported by Bakrie
Telecom. The center conducts teaching,
research and development on various
aspects of mobile and web technology, not
limited to Nokia-branded platforms, but
also other platforms such as Android,
BlackBerry, Apple, Bada, BREW, and other
platforms.
As of year 2011, there are over 30 mobile
applications successfully published in
Nokia/Ovi Store, Android Market, Apple AppStore, and BlackBerry AppWorld and receive good
acceptance by worldwide users. There are over 19 teams of students funded in terms of scholarship
totaling to over USD 80,000 by some sponsors. International collaborations, travels, and showcases are
experienced by contributing students.
The center adopts teaching-researching-developing-publishing-and-marketing practices to students,
therefore they grasp not only fundamental concept but also master a specialised programming skill and
real-world business experiences.

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SEEI Centers

Java Competency Center


Director: Dr.Ir. Agung Harsoyo
With the rapid development of
ICT in the business world, there is
an increasing demand for
professionals who have better
understanding and skills in the
Java Technology. As an effort to
fullfil this growing need, in the year of 2005 Sun
Microsystems Indonesia and Institut Teknologi
Bandung (ITB) established a Java Training center in ITB
called Java Competency Center (JCC). Provided with
Sun International standard curriculum and Sun
certified instructor, JCC ITB assists everyone who
wants to gain fundamental knowledge and develop
ones skills in Java technology to enhance a
professionalism for better career development.
JCC ITB has two programs for achieving its goals :
1. JEC (Java Education Center) has some goals, as follow : develops Java skill/competency,
promotes nature talent, and adopts Java to current IT curricula.
2. JBRC (Java Business Resources Center) has some goals, as follow : Develops Java product,
Nature IT Companies, Java Adoption, and goes to market.
From the beginning 2005 until now, JCC ITB has graduated many students and has develop Java based
applications at ITB, such as wireless/mobile applications, Enterprise applications, Java for mobile agent,
Java for Intelligent system, and Java application specific.
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SEEI Centers

LanGrid Bandung Operation Center


Director: Dr. Ayu Purwarianti
The idea of LanGrid Bandung Operation Center is to provide free services of natural language processing
softwares and conduct researches in natural language processing (NLP) and text mining of Indonesian
language and regional languages of Indonesia. The main goal is to be a center of NLP in Indonesian and
regional languages. LanGrid Bandung Operation Center is also connected to the Language Grid center,
located at Kyoto, Japan (http://langrid.nict.go.jp/en/index.html).
This center is now still in preparation phase where the membership is open to anyone who wants to
participate in the research of natural language processing and text mining of Indonesian language and
regional language of Indonesian. Meanwhile, the members are lecturer staffs of School of Electrical
Engineering and Informatics who have research interests in Indonesian language (and regional
languages); and students whose final projects and research thesis are in natural language processing and
text mining of Indonesian language.
The research projects include developing basic natural language processing tools for Indonesian and
regional language such as morphologically analyzer, POS tagger, parser (rule based parser, statistical
based parser, dependency parser), Named Entity Tagger, spelling checker; developing lexical and
semantic dictionary of Indonesian and regional languages; developing corpus of Indonesian and regional
languages to support Indonesian text mining such as Indonesian Question Answering, Information
Retrieval, Text Summarization, machine translation; and developing text mining application of Indonesian
and regional languages such as information extraction application, question answering application,
sentiment analysis application, etc.

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SEEI Centers

Center for Telematics, Radio Telecommunications and Microwaves


Director: Dr. Suhartono Tjondronegoro
This center facilitates the member of the Telecommunication Engineering Scientific and Reseacrh Group
(TESRG) to conduct their research activities and community services. It consists of four sub-centers:
Telematics, Wireless Communications Technology, Huawai IP Training, and Radar & Microwave
Technology.

Telematics
This sub-center undertakes both pure and applied
research in the general field of telecommunications
networking covering networking technology, services,
protocols, security, management, Regulatory and Policy.
Research themes include Communication protocols,
Network planning, Traffic Modelling and Optimisation;
Optical Communications, Network Quality of Services;
Mobile Networking and Applications; Context and
Location Based Information Systems; Network Security
and Forensics; Ubiquitous and Ambient Technology;
Networked Multimedia Applications, Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) and
Telecommunications Techno-Economic Analysis. Much of this work is funded through research grants
such as ITB grants, RISTEK and supported by industry especially in mobile service applications
development. In addition, members of the group are actively involved in a range of regulatory and public
engagement programmes which aim to raise the awareness of these subjects.

Wireless Communications Technology


This sub-center focuses its activity on the development of human resources in Wireless Communications
Technology, especially providing opportunity for the students in telecommuncation egineering study
program in getting scholarship for Master Programme and student exchange from European University,
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SEEI Centers
for example through Erasmus Mundus
programme.The center also undertakes applied
research in the cellular communications, 3G, 4G
beyond,
broadband
satellite,
HAPs
communications
systems,
Radiowave
propagation, Milimeter wave (60GHz) for Gigabit
transmission, MIMO Long term evolution
antennas, Cognitive radio, communications signal
processing, Digital communications based on SDR
(Software-Defined Radio), Adaptive Modulations,
Source and channel coding. It has cooperation with European and Asian Universities such asCTIF
University of Aalborg, Denmark, University of Rome Tor Vergata, IRCTR DelftUniversity of Technology,
The Netherlands, and Tokyo University, Japan.

Huawei IP Training
The IP Training Center (IP-TC) is a cooperation
between STEI-ITB (School of Electrical
Engineering and Informatics ITB) and PT.
Huawei Tech. Investment to support
developments of skilled human resources in
telecommunications and IT sectors. The training
center is focused on IP technology, on which all
modern communication platforms and
infrastructures are based. The IP-TC will be
used both for educational and professional
purposes. ITB students will benefit since they
will be trained in the IP-TC to become familiar
with IP networking technology as a
complement of the existing curriculum. The
training program will also be offered to the
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SEEI Centers
public, in particular to thosewho want to be certified as an associate / a professional of Huawei IP
networking technology.

Radar and Microwave Technology


It focuses its activity on the development of Microwaves
Devices including antennas, microwave passive and active
devices, and radar systems including radar signal processing
and radar devices. Supported by the ITB Grants, the ITBAlumnae Association grant, the Asahi Glass grant and the
RISTEK Insentif grant, recently this sub-centerhas developed
numerous microwave devices such as multiband antennas for
wireles communication, waveguide converter, UWB antennas
and filter, and some radar prototype such as a compressivesensing subsurface radar for through-wall and groundpenetrating applications.
The most recent activity is to develop planar
reflector
using
textured
surfaces,
metamaterial-based dual-band antenna, SOM
(Self Oscillating Mixer) for LNB (Low Noise
Block), ultra-thin tunable microwave radar
absorber based on AMC (Artificial Magnetic
Conductor), and frequency-hoping radar based
on SDR (Software-Defined Radio). Some results
of the research activities has been published in
various national and international journals,
including the IEEE Transactions and Letters.

Prototype of ground-penetrating radar

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SEEI Centers

ITB Indosat Tablet and Cloud Innovation Lab


Director: Prof.Dr.Ir. Suhono Harso Supangkat
Objectives and Program Principles
Provide support for ITB to become a centre of excellence for study and industry cooperation in
the field of tablet and cloud computing.
Promote innovation and research in the field of Tablet and Tablet based cloud applications in the
fields of B2B, B2C, Enterprise mobilization and campus services including but not limited to: Near
Field Communications, Augmented Reality, Mobile Commerce, E-books and e-learning, Workforce
mobility
Support the education and training of aspiring Indonesian students in the field of tablet and cloud
computing
Promote the development of a wireless campus ecosystem including but not limited to delivery of
academic courses, provision of university and student services, and on campus commercial
service
Indosat Application Incubator
Program

Unique

Innovation
University faculty and student profile
Cloud Based network
APIs

Showcase of Industry / Academic


cooperation
Media focus
Conference and exhibitions
Supporter acknowledgement
Applications

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Laboratories

Laboratories

Basic of Electrical Engineering


Basic of Informatics / Computer Science
Biomedical Engineering
Computational Science & Engineering

Graphics & Artificial Intelligence


High Voltage & High Current
Information System
Power System & Electrical Distribution
Laoratory

Computer Systems & Control


Programming
Database
Distributed Systems
Electrical Energy Conversion
Electronics & Component

Radio Telecommunications and


Microwave
Signal & System
Software Engineering
Telematics

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Laboratories

Basic of Electrical Engineering Laboratory


This facility is an educational laboratory particularly for compulsory courses in Electrical Engineering
(EE) study program that complies with a quality standard of ABET international accreditation. It
supports laboratory works for core EE courses such as Electrical Circuits (EC), Electronics and Digital
System (DS), as well as for EE breadth courses such as Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and
Microprocessor System (MS). Each semester the laboratory can handle labortory works for up to 240
students for EC, 380 students for DS, 80 students for DSP and 120 students for MS. In addition, the
laboratory also provide services of electronic laboratory work for Industrial Engieering study progam
and Embedded System laboratory work as well facilitate students in their final projects.

Basic of Informatics / Computer Science Laboratory


Basic ofInformatics/Computer Science Laboratory provides computing services to all
students at the School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (SEEI). It particularly supports
laboratory works for basics of programming, algorithm & data structure as well as object-oriented
programming courses. This laboratory occupies five rooms, hosting a total of 181 units of networked
computers with Internet access. Whenever any of the lab rooms is not used for scheduled laboratory
work, SEEI students may use the lab to do their courseworks and access to the Internet.

Biomedical Engineering Laboratory


The Biomedical Engineering Laboratory has strategic position between the disciplines of
biomedical instrumentation and biomedical informatics. Research in Biomedical
Instrumentation including improved medical imaging construction, fetal sign detectors and
systems, Ultrasound hardware and diagnostic software. Some researchers focus on the
application of various technologies for implementing E-health for rural area including mobile
telemedicine. There are also research in imaging technology directed toward the application of
image processing for diagnostic purpose. Some activities develop softwares for e-health
application, including data base for host hospital in the application of medical consultancy.

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Laboratories

Computational Science & Engineering Laboratory


The Laboratory of Computational Science and Engineering is facilitating research related to
information retrieval and filtering, search-engine, information extraction, recommender systems,
document summarization, text processing, computational linguistics, cryptography, coding theory,
compression method, computer simulation, computational theory, design and analysis of algorithms,
computational complexity, numerical method, formal language and automata, compiler design.

Computer Systems & Control Laboratory


This laboratory provides support for research on Optimal Control, Robust Control, Adaptive
Control, Nonlinear Control and Chaos, Stochastic Control and Estimation, Multivariable Linear
Systems, Distributed Parameter Systems, Modelling and Identification, Control and Intelligent
Systems, Process Optimization and Scheduling, Discrete Event Control and Hybrid Systems,
Computer Architecture, Parallel and Distributed Computation, Complex Adaptive Systems

Database Laboratory
The laboratory of Database provides support for educational and research activities related to
database computing. Its facility includes several platforms ofdatabase server machines connected in a
network computer for research in the following topics: data warehouse and businessintelligence, data
mining, web database, temporal database representation and modeling, metadata application &
management, distributed database, database processing, and patterns & pattern language of
conceptual data models.

Distributed Systems Laboratory


Distributed Systems Lab (DSL) is an academic and research facility to support research in
distributed systems area. Our main interests are gpu-based parallel computing; mobile
computing; scalable distributed systems (transactions, application servers, databases); largescale internet services; group communication; unified messaging systems; middleware and
computer architecture. Member of DSL teaches distributed systems, operating systems, parallel
& concurrent programming, computer architecture, computer networks for both undergraduate
and graduate students.

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Laboratories

Electrical Energy Conversion Research Laboratory


Electrical energy conversion research laboratory is a laboratory for research and experiments
related to electrical machinery, power electronics, electric drives, power quality, power
generation systems, and microgrids. In addition to electrical machines, power converters, and
computers for experiments, the laboratory has a facility for mechanical works. The laboratory
also has cooperation with many national and international companies and institutions for
research on various fields in electrical engineering.

Electronics & Component Laboratory


The laboratory of electronic and component facilitates research on digital radion SoC, analog
VLSI circuits and systems, heterogeneous multicore architecture, wireless sensor networks and
embedded systems.

Graphics & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory


This laboratory focuses on intelligentgraphical engine, computer vision, intelligent agent &multi
agent systems, natural language processing, text mining, speech processing,expert system, intelligent
information system, machine learning,robotics (human computer interaction, vision, and planning).

High Voltage & High Current Laboratory


This lab provides facilities for conducting research on isolation material in tropical environment,
lighting physical phenomenon and protection for power and electronic systems, grounding problems,
electromagnetic compatibility, maintenance and technologies of electrical equipment, and risk
analysis of equipment problems.

Information System Laboratory


The laboratory of information systems provides facility for conducting research on Decision Support
Systems, Knowledge Management System, Interactivity-based System Design, Virtual Community for
Community Development, IS/IT Management, Governance System, IT Service Management, Strategic
IS/IT Planning, Enterprise Architecture, IS/IT Risk Management.

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Laboratories

Power System & Electrical Distribution Laboratory


This laboratory is facilitating research in the area of electrical power system computation, electrical
power system delivery (electric distribution planning & management system, AI-based for
simultaneous generation and transmission planning, application of FACTS), electrical power system
operation and economics (application of game theory and evolutionary computation for power
system operation, application of phasor measurement unit for voltage stability & out of phase
detection), and SCADA & SMART GRID (adaptive protection for electric distribution, self healing
mechanism).

Programming Laboratory
This
laboratorymainly
provides
services
to
SEEI
students
to
do
their Final Project related to the field of programming. It occupies a 60 meter square room and is
equipped with computers with various platforms/operating systems. In addition, this lab provides
assistance to programming-related courses.

Radio Telecommunications and Microwave Laboratory


The laboratory provides research facilities in the areas related to radio telecommunications,
electromagnetics, satellite and terrestrial communications, mobile communications, wireless
communications, antennas and wave propagation, microwave devices, signal processing, radar and
navigation, as well as telemedicine and e-Health. Joint research and cooperations with other
institutions have been made in the areas of air navigation problems, broadcast television, ionospheric
propagation, radio system for local networks, and educational devices. This laboatory together with
Telematics lab also facilitate educational support in telecommunication and its experimentations.

Signal & System Laboratory


This lab supports research on digital signal processing, speech processing, natural language
processing and robotics, signal compression, stochastic system, system theory, system analysis &
design, optical communication, and information technology.

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Laboratories

Software Engineering Laboratory


This laboratory supports research activities in thefollowing topics: web engineering including web
services,service-oriented architecture, development of mobile applications,enterprise application
technologies, and software developmenttechniques and methods. It also supports teaching activities
for software engineering related courses such asfundamental and Advanced SoftwareEngineering,
Software Project, and Object-oriented Software Analysisand Design.

Telematics Laboratory
Telematics Laboratory facilitates the staffs to perform their research on optical communication
system, teletraffic engineering, multimedia communication system, convergence networks,
network security; telematics systems, services, and applications; context-aware applications, adhoc network applications, sensor networks application, network management, broadband
networks. Occupying 1,260 meter square floor, this laboratory is equipped with a computer
network lab, structured cabling system laboratory, high speed network consisting of SDH
transmission system and Mini Link wireless broadband transmission system.

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Undergraduate Programs

Electrical Engineering
Electrical Power Engineering
Informatics / Computer Science
Information System and Technology
Telecommunication Engineering

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Curricula of Undergraduate Programs


Undergraduate students must earn at least 144 credits within at most six years of study to be
awarded with Bachelor of Science degree. All new SEEI students must take the same prescribed
courses during the freshman (first) year (a total of 36 credits). The freshman year courses cover
college level mathematics, basic sciences, sports, scientific writing, information technology,
programming fundamental as well as introduction to circuit analysis. All freshman year courses
must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and no grade of E within two years of study.
FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
MA1101
FI1101
KI1102
KU1101
KU1072
KU102X
KU1001

Subject
Mathematics IA
Elementary Physics IA
Basic Chemistry IB
Introduction to Design and Engineering I
Introduction to Information Technology B
English
Sports

Credit
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
Total
18

Subject
Mathematics IIA
Elementary Physics IIA
Basic Chemistry IIB
Introduction to Design and Engineering II
Scientific Writing in Indonesian
Introduction to Circuit Analysis
Programming Fundamentals

Credit
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
Total
18

Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
MA1201
FI1201
KI1202
KU1201
KU1011
EL1200
IF1210

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Undergraduate Program

The remaining 108 credits can be completed within the next three years without D or E grade. The
curriculum structures for all undergraduate programs at SEEI are as follows:
Subject Classification
Freshman year courses
ITBs compulsory courses
Major Courses
Elective
Non Major Elective
Industrial Practice (internship/co-op)
Final Project /Capstone Design
Total Credit Hours
Programs:

EL

72
17

Credit Hours
IF
EP
ET
36
8
69
77
78
20
12
11
3
2
6
144

II

77
12

EE=Electrical Engineering, IF=Informatics/Computer Science


EP=Electrical Power Engineering, ET=Telecommunication Engineering
II=Informatin System & Technology

The ITBs compulsory courses consist of Religion & Ethics (2 credits) and Pancasila & Civic Education (2
credits) as well as environmental elective (2 credits) and management elective (2 credits). The detail
curriculum structures (excluding the freshman year courses) for each study program are described in the
corresponding program description chapter.
All undergraduate students are required to take industrial practice in private or government sector for
about 10 weeks during the short semester of the third year. The purpose of the training is to provide
students with practical technical knowledge and to expose them to working environment in the industry.
The curriculum also requires all senior (final year) students to do a research or design project related to
their fields of study. This provides students an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skill acquired to
solve a significant real world problem. Students must write a formal report and defend it in front of final
project
examiners.

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Electrical Engineering Program


Introduction
Electrical Engineering is among the most significant engineering field which drives the evolution
of human civilization in the last centuries. It is expected will continue to be the one in the
foreseeable future. A new frontier of human endeavor is opened every moment which are only
possible by the technology delivered by electrical engineering.
Electrical engineer undoubtedly become the necessary agent of such transformation by
delivering a best engineering practice in every possible aspect i.e. delivering an best practice in
maintenance and operation; creating a new product and innovation; pursuing state-of-the-art
research etc. The demand for electrical engineer is among the highest in engineering.
The Electrical Engineering Program at SEEI ITB is made up of faculty members who are well
respected in their areas of research and education. They engage in research activities
encompassing a wide range of areas such as automatic control, biomedical engineering,
communications, computer-aided design, machine vision and image processing, computer
systems & networking, digital signal processing, electronics, electrical energy, information
networking, intelligent systems, parallel and distributed processing, microelectronic materials
and devices, microwave engineering and VLSI integrated circuit design.

Program Educational Objectives


1. Our graduates will have successful careers in their engineering professions.
2. Our graduates are capable to be admitted in and successfully complete their graduate studies.
3. Our graduates will have leadership and an active role in industry, government or education
sectors in the Asia Pacific region especially in Indonesia.

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Electrical Engineering Program

Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability
d) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
f)

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

g) An ability to communicate effectively


h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,
economic, environmental, and societal context
i)

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

j)

A knowledge of contemporary issues

k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.

Career Prospects
A degree in electrical engineering can qualify you to pursue a job in almost any industry you can think of.
After all, nearly everyone uses electricity and electrical devices, so industries demand skilled
professionals to build, repair, and improve these devices. Electrical engineers work several key industry
sectors such as: Telecommunications, Energy and Electric Power, Computers, Semiconductors,
Aerospace, Bioengineering, Manufacturing, Services, Education and Research, Transportation and
Automotive.
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The following job titles represent only a handful of the choices available:
Research engineers work in the lab, testing and inventing. This job requires a high level of
creativity on the part of the engineer, as well as a great deal of patience. Whether inventing a
new optoelectronic device or simply designing a better electric can opener, research
engineers are responsible for the discovery-stage technology behind any new electronic
product.
Once a new technology is invented, it must be applied. The design engineer uses computer
simulations and models to turn innovations like wireless technology into the tiny parts that
make up an actual cell phone. Design engineers must visualize how the insides of a future
product could look, while inventing several possible scenarios for the applications of new
technologies.
The project engineer oversees many specialist engineers throughout the construction of a
working prototype of a new product or technology. The project engineer must have natural
leadership ability, as well as a high proficiency in a variety of electrical engineering disciplines.
Test engineers design programs to check the functions of electronic devices and to
troubleshoot those devices when things go wrong. They keep technology working properly,
and understand which elements to test and in what order. Successful test engineers remain
sharp, even after long hours on the job.
Power grids, phone lines, and wireless networks all require the skills of a system engineer for
proper installation and maintenance. Keen attention to detail is important for graduates who
enter this profession. Experienced system engineers rely on their ability to think holistically
about the systems they create.
Application engineers work with whatever resources are available, adapting existing
equipment and technologies to fulfill the needs of their employers. They need to be
resourceful, while counting on their deep understanding of the capabilities and the potential
modifications of existing equipment.

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Electrical Engineering Program

Electrical Engineering Program Structures


(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EL2001
EL2101
EL2002
EL2102
EL2003
EL2004
MA2072

Subject
Electric Circuits
Electric Circuits Laboratory
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Discrete Structures
Probability & Statistics
Engineering Mathematics I

Credit
4
1
4
1
3
3
3
Total
19

Subject
Electronics
Electronics Laboratory
Electromagnetics
Signals & Systems
Problem Solving with C
Laboratory of Problem Solving with C
Engineering Mathematics II

Credit
3
1
3
3
3
1
3
Total
17

Fourth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EL2005
EL2205
EL2006
EL2007
EL2008
EL2208
MA2074

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JUNIOR (THIRD) YEAR
Fifth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Code
EL3009
EL3109
EL3010
EL3110
EL3011
EL3111
EL3012
XXxxxx

Subject
Credit
Electronics II
3
Electronics II Laboratory
1
Digital Signal Processing
3
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
1
Computer System Architecture
3
Computer System Architecture Laboratory
1
Electrical Engineering Materials
3
Non Major Elective
3
Total
18

Sixth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Code
EL3013
EL3014
EL3214
EL3015
EL3215
EL3016
EL3216
EL3017
EL3217

Subject
Instrumentation Systems
Microprocessor Systems
Microprocessor Systems Laboratory
Control Systems
Control Systems Laboratory
Communication Systems
Communication Systems Laboratory
Electrical Power Systems
Electrical Power Systems Laboratory

Credit
3
3
1
3
1
3
1
3
1
Total
19

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SENIOR (FOURTH) YEAR
Seventh Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5

Code
EL4018
EL4090
EL4xxx
XXxxxx
KU206X

Subject
Profession & Engineering Ethics
Final Project I (Capstone Design)
Major Electives
Non Major (Basic Science) Elective
Religion and Ethics

Credit
2
3
9
2
2
Total
18

Subject
Final Project II (Capstone Design)
Industrial Experiences
Major Electives
Pancasila and Civic Education
Industrial Management B
General Environmental Science

Credit
3
2
6
2
2
2
Total
17

Eighth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
EL4091
EL4092
EL4xxx
KU2071
TI4004
BI2001

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Major Electives for Electrical Engineering


No Code
1 EL4019
2 EL4093
3 EL4094
4 EL4113
5 EL4120
6 EL4121
7 EL4122
8 EL4123
9 EL4124
10 EL4125
11 EL4126
12 EL4127
13 EL4128
14 EL4129
15 EL4131
16 EL4132
17 EL4138
18 EL4230
19 EL4233
20 EL4234
21 EL4235
22 EL4236
23 EL4237
24 EL4239
25 EL4240
26 EL4241

Subject
Electric Drive Systems
Proffessional & Community Development
Industry Internships
Instrumentation Systems Laboratory
Computer Networks
Embedded Systems Design
Embedded Systems Design Laboratory
Digital Control Systems
Digital Control Systems Laboratory
Digital Image Processing
Robotics
Parallel Architectures & Computations
Operating System Design
Semiconductor Devices
Anatomy & Physiology
Biomedical Engineering
VLSI Systems Design
Analysis & Design of Digital IC
Fundamentals of Intelligent Systems & Controls
Multivariable Control Systems
Computer Systems Architecture II
Network Software Engineering
IC Technology
Transport Phenomena in Biomedics
Biosignals Measurement
RF & Mixed Signal Microelectronics

Credit
3
3
9
1
3
3
1
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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Non Major Electives for Electrical Engineering
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

Code
FI2112
FI2151
FI2204
IL2205
MB4045
MB4052
MB4054
MB4055
MR2101
MR3002
MR3005
MR4004
MR4107
MS2130
MS2231
SI2131
TA2104
TI3005
TI4109
TI4203
TI4204
TK2081
TK2204
TL2105
TL2202
TL4002
TL4201

Subject
Introduction to Einstein Theory of Relativity
Biophysics
Modern Physics
Environmental Health
Investment Management
Strategic Change Management
Quality Management
Project Management
Introduction to Engineering Management
Management Technology
Project management
Engineering Management
Contract Management
Engineering Thermodynamics I
Fluid Mechanics I
Fluid Mechanics and Hidraulics
Fluid Mechanics
Organization and Management of Industrial Company
Finansial Management
Marketing Management
Human Resource Management
Elementary Thermodynamics B
Industrial Microbiology
Environmental Health
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Impact Assessment

Credit
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3

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Minor Program
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EL1200
EL2001
EL2002
EL2005
EL2101
EL3014
EL3214

Subject
Introduction to Circuit Analysis
Electric Circuits
Digital Systems
Electronics
Electric Circuits Laboratory
Microprocessor Systems
Microprocessor Systems Laboratory

Credit
2
4
4
3
1
3
1
Total
19

The minor program is offered to the following undergraduate programs:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Mechanical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Informatics/Computer Science
Aerospace Engineering
Manajemen Rekayasa Industri
Electrical Power Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering
Information System and Technology

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Electrical Engineering Course Descriptions


EL1200. Introduction to Circuit Analysis (Credit 2)
Basic concepts, basic laws, methods of analysis, circuit theorems, operational amplifier, capacitors and
inductors, first-order circuits, second-order circuits, sinusoidal & phasors, and sinusoidal steady-state analysis.
Prerequisites: FI1101 Elementary Physics IA, MA1101 Mathematics IA
EL2001. Electric Circuits (Credit 4)
Sinusoidal steady-state analysis, AC power analysis, three-phase circuits, magnetically coupled-circuits,
frequency response, Laplace transform and its application to circuit analysis, Fourrier series, Fourrier
Transform, two-port networks.
Prerequisites: EL1200 Introduction to Circuit Analysis
Co-requisites: EL2101 Electric Circuits Laboratory
EL2002. Digital Systems (Credit 4)
Fundamentals of digital logic design. Covers combinational and sequential logic circuits, programmable logic
devices, hardware description languages, and computer-aided design (CAD) tools. Laboratory component
introduces simulation and synthesis software and hands-on hardware design.
Prerequisites: EL1200 Introduction to Circuit Analysis
Co-requisites: EL2102 Digital Systems Laboratory, EL2003 Discrete Structures
EL2003. Discrete Structures (Credit 3)
This is an introductory course in Discrete Mathematics oriented toward Electrical Engineering. The course
divides roughly into (1) Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics: Definitions, Proofs, Sets, Functions, Relations,
and (2) Discrete Structures: Modular Arithmetic, Graphs, State Machines, Counting.
Prerequisites: MA1201 Mathematics IIA
EL2004. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
The concept of probability, random variables and their distributions, combinatorial and geometric elements,
conditional probability, Bayes theorem, distribution functions, bivirate random variables, functions of random
variables, estimation, hypothesis testing. Applications may be from digital communications, signal processing,
automatic control, computer engineering, computer science.
Prerequisites: MA1201 Mathematics IIA
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EL2005. Electronics (Credit 3)
Physics, operation, and models of diodes, BJT, MOSFET, and thyristors. Analysis and design of
single-stage amplifiers: DC bias, small-signal properties, and frequency responses. Output Stage
and Power Amplifier. CMOS logics.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits
Co-requisites: EL2205 Electronics Laboratory
EL2006. Electromagnetics (Credit 3)
History and Overview; Vector Analysis; Coulombs Law, Electric Field Intensity; Electric Flux Density,
Gausss Law, Divergence; Energy, Potential, Gradient; Conductors, Dielectrics, Capacitance; Poissons
and Lapaces Equations; The steady magnetic field, curl; Magnetic Forces, materials, inductance; Time
Varying Fields, Maxwells Equations; Uniform Plane Wave, Plane Waves at boundaries and in dispersive
media; Transmission lines; Waveguide and antenna fundamentals; Huygens-Freshnel Principle, spatial
frequency, angular spectrum
Prerequisites: FI1201 Elementary Physics IIA, MA2072 Engineering Mathematics I
EL2007. Signals & Systems (Credit 3)
Mathematical Description of Signals (Continuous), Mathematical Description of Signals (Discrete),
Description of System, Time Domain Analysis, Fourier Series, Circuit Analysis with Fourier Series,
Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, Analysis with Laplace Transform, Frequency Response
Analysis, Sampling and Signal Processing, The Z Transform, State Space representation.
Co-requisites: MA2074 Engineering Mathematics II
EL2008. Problem Solving with C (Credit 3)
This course lays the foundation of algorithm analysis and data structures for the electrical engineering
curriculum. In this class, students will experience applications of concepts learned in the classroom. They will
learn through hands-on experience how to read and understand problem statements and develop the
algorithm and implement it using C to solve the problem.
Prerequisites: KU1072 Introduction to Information Technology B, EL2003 Discrete Structures

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EL2101. Electric Circuits Laboratory (Credit 1)
Familiarization with lab instruments. Experiments with basic circuits containing resistors, capacitors,
inductors, and op-amps. DC circuits and circuit theorems, circuits with opamps, transient phenomena,
impedances, frequency response principles, resonance circuits.
Co-requisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits
EL2102. Digital Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
Implementation of a digital system on FPGA. Design of combinational and sequential circuit. Design of
controller/digital system with intermediate complexity.
Co-requisites: EL2002 Digital Systems
EL2205. Electronics Laboratory (Credit 1)
In this course, students measure and observe the IV characteristics of a semiconductor device diode,
BJT and MOSFET; diode rectifier circuits with RC filters, clipper and clamping circuits; determine the
bias voltage and current in a transistor amplifier; measure and compare of the input resistance, gain,
and output resistance of the amplifier CE, CC, and CB for the BJT and CS, CD and CG for the MOSFET;
observe the use of transistors as switches and their limitations; perform cycle transistor amplifier
design to implementation on the PCB for a given specification.
Prerequisites: EL2101 Electric Circuits Laboratory
Co-requisites: EL2005 Electronics
EL2208. Laboratory of Problem Solving with C (Credit 1)
Extensive practice in writing programs to solve problems the electrical engineering curriculum.
Co-requisites: EL2008 Problem Solving with C
EL3009. Electronics II (Credit 3)
Analysis and design of electronic circuits. Integrated-circuits amplifiers: building blocks, differential and
multi stage, feedback, opamp circuits. Filter and tuned amplifiers. Circuits for signal generation, voltage
regulation, digital storage elements.
Prerequisites: EL2005 Electronics
Co-requisites: EL3109 Electronics II Laboratory

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EL3010. Digital Signal Processing (Credit 3)
History and Overview in Digital Signal Processing, Theories and Concepts, Discrete Time Signals and
Systems, Analysis of LTI Systems Using z-Transfoms, Frequency Analysis of Signals and Systems, The
Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT), Spectrum analysis, Implementation
of Discrete-Time Systems, Design of Digital Filter
Prerequisites:EL2007 Signals & Systems
Co-requisites: EL3110 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
EL3011. Computer System Architecture (Credit 3)
This course will give you an in-depth understanding of the inner-workings of modern digital computer
systems and tradeoffs present at the hardware-software interface. Topics include: Instruction set
design, computer arithmetic, controller and datapath design, memory systems, input-output systems,
networks interrupts and exceptions, pipelining, performance and cost analysis, computer architecture
history, and a survey of advanced architectures.
Prerequisites: EL2002 Digital Systems
Co-requisites: EL3111 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
EL3109. Electronics II Laboratory (Credit 1)
This course is the second lab for electronics. In this lab, students work with a differential amplifier
circuit, multi-transistor amplifier, power amplifier output stage and feedback amplifiers, signal
generation circuits: oscillators, signal shapers and astable multivibrators, linear voltage regulation
circuits and switched-mode.
Prerequisites: EL2205 Electronics Laboratory
Co-requisites: EL3009 Electronics II
EL3110. Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (Credit 1)
Introduction to MATLAB, Simulation of Realtime Finite Impulse Response Filter, Visual DSP++ 5.0, Filter
Design and Implementation of DSP Algorithm, Implementation of Advanced DSP Algorithm, Design and
Implementation of Infinite Impulse Response Filter using Blackfin DSP Processor
Co-requisites: EL3010 Digital Signal Processing

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EL3111. Computer System Architecture Laboratory (Credit 1)
This course provides an introduction to "experimental laboratory" on modern processor
implementations using VHDL. Modern equipment is used to test and simulate each processor
component.
Co-requisites: EL3010 Computer System Architecture
EL3012. Electrical Engineering Materials (Credit 3)
Electron as particle and wave, Schrodinger equation, atomic structures and electron statistics, band
theory, atomic bonding and crystal structures. Conductor,superconductor, semiconductor, dielectrics
and magnetics materials.
Prerequisites:EL2006 Electromagnetics, KI1202 Basic Chemistry IIB
EL3013. Instrumentation Systems (Credit 3)
This course covers the roles of instrumentation in various engineering fields; component characteristics;
measurement methods; claribation methods; data processing methods; sensors and transducers classification;
thermal; optics; accoustics, LVDT signal conversion; modulation; analog & digital signal conditionioning;
converter circuits; mechanical, electric & hidrolyc actuators; analog control circuits; filter, introduction to signal
recorder, communication and signal reading.
Prerequisites: EL2005 Electronics
EL3014. Microprocessor Systems (Credit 3)
This course covers microprocessor system and its hardware implementation based on 8 bit micro-controller;
Roles of micro-processor system; Architectures; address decoder; digital interface, analog interface, peripheral,
serial communication, tool chain, project design.
Prerequisites: EL2005 Electronics, EL2008 Problem Solving with -C
Co-requisites: EL3214 Microprocessor Systems Laboratory
EL3015. Control Systems (Credit 3)
The course covers control systems analysis and design for linier systems in case of stability or performance.
System analysis and design are implemented using traditional approach in time and frequency domain.
Introduction odern concept of state space and digital control system are also provided in the course.
Prerequisites: EL2007 Signals & Systems
Co-requisites: EL3215 Control Systems Laboratory

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EL3016. Communication Systems (Credit 3)
Analog Modulation, Random Signals and Noise, Digital Baseband Pulse Transmission, Digital Bandpass
Transmission, Capacity Sharing Technique, Introduction to Channel Coding.
Prerequisites: EL2004 Probabilty and Statistics, EL2007 Signals & Systems
Co-requisites: EL3216 Communication System Laboratory
EL3017. Electrical Power Systems (Credit 3)
Fundamentals of energy-handling electric circuits & power electronic circuits; modeling of magnetic
field devices; transformation techniques; analysis of power electric circuits, magnetic circuits, and
elements of linear and rotating electric machinery; parameter electromechanics; models of
synchronous, induction, and DC machinery.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits
Co-requisites: EL3217Electrical Power Systems Laboratory
EL3214. Microprocessor System Laboratory (Credit 1)
Number system; mode microprocessors work; microprocessor technology and development; Example
system applications.Microprocessor architecture; pinout; Register; Arithmetic-Logic Unit.Latch; RAM,
ROM, Buffer, Decoder-Address. Addressing mode; Set Instruction & Programming. Parallel Interface;
Serial Interface; Timer / Counter, ADC, DAC; Board-Key. DMAc;-Interrupt Controller. Designing systems
using microcontrollers.
Co-requisites: EL3013 Microprocessor Systems
EL3215. Control Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
The laboratory work focuses on the analog control system with an introduction to a simple digital control
system. Students are to identify DC motor, to perform a simulation of analog and digital control system, design
and implement a PID control, position/speed control system, and compare the results from theoretical
calculation, simulation and direct measurement.
Co-requisites: EL3015 Control Systems

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EL3216. Communication Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
It is a companion lab to EL3016. It covers: fundamental elements of communications systems and the
hardware usually used: use of measurement instruments typically encountered in communication
systems; analog modulation AM/FM; various modulations and channel coding for digital
communications; digital baseband pulse transmission; digital bandpass transmission.
Prerequisites: EL3016 Communication Systems
Co-requisites: EL3016 Communication Systems
EL3217. Electrical Power Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
The use of modern engineering tools (e.g., MATLAB) for analysis of power system network for the stability,
power transmission, parameter, harmonics and power quality.
Co-requisites: EL3017 Electrical Power Systems
EL4018. Profession & Engineering Ethics (Credit 2)
Introduction: general description, subject, & evaluation. Basic skills college graduates are
expected by society. Discussion on ethical problems encountered in the work. Special discussion:
personality, teamwork, leadership, management, entrepreneurial firms; Biodata, resume
&interview. A number of special topics and new developments in fields related to expertise in
Electrical Engineering.
EL4090. Final Project I (Credit 3)
The student is planned to do preliminary study / design of her / his final-year project. Under his /
her supervisor, the student has to submit the final-year proposal, abstract and finally full paper
which should be presented in students seminar. The student has to work in the laboratory to do
his / her research during the semester time
Prerequisites: has completed at least 104 credits and has passed 5 of 9 breadth courses
Co-requisites: EL4018. Profession & Engineering Ethics

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EL4091. Final Project II (Capstone Design) (Credit 3)
In this individual assignment, the student should continue her/his previous work in course under the
same supervisor. The work resulted in this project could be in the form of any implementation
(software/hardware), even in the form of recommendation of solution to the electrical engineering
problems. At the end of this project, the student should write the final report, and then defended in
front of 3 examiners (lecturers).
Prerequisite: EL 4090 Final Project
EL4092. Industrial Experiences (Credit 2)
Students conduct practical work in industry or research/academic institutions to gain experience in real work
environment as well as widen their perspectives in the market place. The duration of practical work is at least
two months.
Prerequisite: has completed at least 108 credits.
EL4019. Electric Drive Systems (Credit 3)
Elements of electric drive systems, introduction to solid states devices, introduction to solid state switching
circuits, joint speed-torque charactesristics of electric motors and mechanical load, speed-torque
characteristics of dc and ac electric motors, speed control of dc motors, speed control of induction motors,
braking of dc motors, braking of induction motors, dynamic of electric drive systems
Prerequisites: EL2005 Electronics
EL4113. Instrumentation Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
Characteristics of sensor and transducer (optical, thermal, mechanical & accoustics); Light intensity
measurment (from different view and wavelenght) using LDR, Photocell, Photodiode, & photo transistor;
Temperature measurement using PTC, NTC, bimetal & IC; Distance measurement using variable resistance,
variable capacitance and LVDT; Distance measurement using ultrasonic sensor on various transmission power
and frequency.
Prerequisites: EL3013 Instrumentation Systems
EL4120. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
OSI 7 and TCP/IP layer models, Circuit and Packet Switching, Medium Access Control, Error Control
Techniques (ARQ), Routing and Dijkstra's Algorithm, flow/congestion control, IEEE 802.11 (WLAN),
Bluetooth, Wireless Sensor Network (WSN).
Prerequisites: EL3016 Communication Systems
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EL4121. Embedded Systems Design (Credit 3)
Roles of embedded system, real time system, state chart model, data flow diagram model, real time operating
system, & microprocessor 32 bit.
Prerequisites: EL3014 Microprocessor Systems
EL4122. Embedded Systems Laboratory
It is a companion lab to EL4121. It covers the use of toolchain ARM 32 bit, real time application
without OS, USB application, response time measurement of real time system, application on real
time OS FreeRTOS, use of toolchain for multicore embedded, and application on multicore
embedded
Prerequisites: EL3214 Microprocessor Systems Laboratory
EL4123. Digital Control Systems (Credit 3)
analysis and design of digital control, the measurement process signals, analysis of discrete
control through konvensioanal model (Z transformation), analysis of discrete control through
state-variable model (modern), the design control through the classical approach and modern,
with the implementation of the control hardware and software.
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control System, EL3010 Digital Signal Processing
EL4124. Digital Control Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Digital Control System with MATLAB, Introduction to
implementation equipment, Digital Speed Control System, Digital Position Control System
.Prerequisites: EL4123 Digital Control Systems
EL4125. Digital Image Processing (Credit 3)
Introduction, 2D System and matrix review, Image enhancement, Image restoration, Image Segmentation,
Image reconstruction from projection, Image compression, Feature extraction, Pattern Recognation
Prerequisites: EL3010 Digital Signal Processing
EL4126. Robotics (Credit 3)
Introduction; Robot Locomotion; kinematics and invers kinematics model; Dynamic Model;
Robot Motion Planning : Manipulators and Mobile (wheel and leg); Robot Sensors; Robot Control
Systems: Design and Implementation
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems
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EL4127. Parallel Computing & Architecture (Credit 3)
Overview of the field focusing on the convergence of many diverse architectural approaches
around the communication architecture, Message Passing Interface (MPI), POSIX threads and
OpenMP programming models.
Prerequisites: EL2008 Problem Solving with C
EL4128. Operating System Design (Credit 3)
This course is is a programming-intensive OS class. The core topics will stress on design principles which
covers abstractions, processes and resources at computer systems. This course will also covers thread,
processes, scheduling synchronization, memory allocation, virtual memory, system file, and interprocess communication. It uses MINIX (MINIX 3), which is a streamlined, simplified new edition
remains the only operating systems text to first explain relevant principles, then demonstrate their
applications using a Unix-like operating system as a detailed example.
Prerequisites: EL2008 Pemecahan masalah dengan C
EL4129. Semiconductor Devices (Credit 3)
Review on semiconductor material: kristal, band energy concept, carrier transport; PN junction:
equilibrium, band energy diagram, IV characteristics, MOS capacitor, MOSFET: band energy and IV
characteristic in saturation, linear, and cut off mode; Bipolar Transistor: mode of operation, current
amplification; and application specific semiconductor devices: optic and power.
Prerequisites: EL2005 Electronics, EL3012 Electrical Engineering Materials
EL4131. Anatomy & Physiology (Credit 3)
Introduction, Basic Physiology Mechanism, Integration & Control System; Nervous System, Loco-motoric
system: skeletal system, muscular system, Exchange & distribution; Cardiovascular System, Respiratory
System, Urinary System, wrap up & enhancement
Prerequisites: KI1202 Basic Chemistry IIB

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EL4132. Biomedical Engineering (Credit 3)
Introduction. Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering. Fundamentals of Biomedical System/Instrumentation.
Fundamentals of bioelectric. Various biomedical transducer and sensors. Operational amplifier & biomedical
amplifier. Patient safety. Introduction to anatomy and physiology. Special topics in biomedical engineering:
telemedicine, biomechanics and rehabilitation engineering, biomaterials and tissue engineering. Ultrasonic
and electromagnetic in biomedical engineering.
Prerequisites: EL3013 Instrumentation Systems
EL4138. VLSI Systems Design (Credit 3)
This course has an objective to provide student with the capabily in designing Application Specific Integrated
Circuits (ASICs). In this course, ASICs implementation is more focus on Semicustom Technology using CMOS
Standard Cell. The course covers the introduction of various VLSI Technology Implementation and its design
flow. The design process includes Architecture Design, Logic Synthesis, Placement and Routing, Design Testing
and Verification. The design also involves back annotation and static timing analysis. In order to have
complete understanding of design flow, the student will design medium size ASICs as a project.
Prerequisites: EL2002 Digital Systems
EL4230 Analysis Design & Digital IC (Credit 3)
Introduction to CMOS devices, manufacturing technology, CMOS inverters and gates. The course includes the
understanding of CMOS design parameters and methodology such as propagation delay, noise margins, and
power dissipation digital circuits with respect to different quality metrics: cost, speed, power dissipation, and
reliability. The course also teaches the student to design and optimize the standard cell of combinatorial and
sequential digital circuits
Prerequisites: EL2002 Digital Systems
EL4233 Fundamentals of Intelligent Systems & Controls (Credit 3)
Intro to Inteligent Systems/Machines and Intelligent Control, Fuzzy Set Theory, Fuzzy rules, Fuzzy
Reasoning, Fuzzy Inference Systems, Fuzzy Control, Biological Neural Networks, Neuron Model and
Computation, Perceptron, Supervised Learning, Adaptive Linear Networks, Multilayer Feedforward
Neural Networks, BackPropagation, Applications of Intelligent Systems and Intelligent Control, Matlab
Implementation, Robotics
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems, EL3014 Microprocessor Systems

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EL4234 Multivariable Control Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction to Multivariable Control System, State Space Representation of System, Solving The TimeInvariant State Equation, Controllability, Observability, Pole Placement, Design of Multivariable Control System
with State Feedback, Observer Design, Multivariable Control System Simulation, Implementation of
Multivariable Control System with Observer and State Feedback
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems
EL4235 Computer Systems Architecture II (Credit 3)
Superscalar execution, instruction-level parallelism techniques for performance enhancement, tradeoffs and
design considerations in the design of superscalar or instruction level parallel (ILP) microprocessors, current
architectural approaches for performance improvement.
Prerequisites: EL3011 Computer System Architecture
EL4236 Network Software Engineering (Credit 3)
Introduction of the concept of programming a computer network architecture and the introduction of the
concept of application programming using sockets. This course is a course introducing the concept of
programming a computer network architecture and also the introduction of the concept of application
programming using sockets. In these subjects will be studied in detail the implementation of TCP / IP protocol.
Students will gain experience from making a network application. Students at the end of the class will have the
ability to create a network application programs.
Prerequisites: EL4120 Computer Networks
EL4237 IC Technology (Credit 3)
Overview of semiconductor materials, devices, and process; crystal growth; silicon oxidation; photolithography
and etching; diffusion and ion implantation; thin film deposition; BJT and MOSFET fabrication process; process
integration; process simulation; IC manufacturing
Prerequisites: EL4129 Semiconductor Devices

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EL4239 Transport Phenomena in Biomedics (Credit 3)
The transport of energy, mass and momentum are essential to biological system. In this course we will develop
a quantitative description of transport processes from small to large spatial scale of biological systems. We will
learn how to apply mass and heat transport principles to biological systems, to solve problems related to mass
and heat transfer and to use computational tools to solve problem.
Prerequisites: MA2074 Engineering Mathematics II
EL4240 Biosignals Measurement (Credit 3)
A course to introduce students to the realm of biological signals and their analysis using common tools
of modern computer-based signal handling.
Prerequisites: EL3010 Digital Signal Processing, EL4131 Anatomy & Physiology
EL4241 RF & Mixed Signal Microelectronics (Credit 3)
Introduction, RF 2-port network; Transmisission Lines; Design RF Amplifier : Stability, Power Gain and
techniques of impedance matching (simultaneous) ; Small signal RF Amplifier Design; Low Noise
Amplifier (LNA) Design, Signal Mixing (Mixer) and Oscillator Design ; Baseband Processing
(Introduction), Digital Modulation / Demodulation, Digital Coding/Decoding, NCO, Digital Frequency
Conversion, Digital Signal Processing Analog : High Speed DAC/ADC, FIR Filtering
Prerequisites: EL2006 Electromagnetics, EL2007 Signal and System

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Introduction
The Electrical Power Engineering Study Program provides education on the area of generation, delivery
and use of electrical energy. The program gives the students a basic knowledge of electrical power
engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science,
computing, and engineering fundamentals.
The students are given an opportunity to develop their abilities to formulate, analyze and solve complex
problems as well as to design a product or system based on real problems, especially in the field of
electrical power engineering.
The program provides a sufficient breadth and depth for successful subsequent graduate and postgraduate study, or lifelong learning programs and it gives a sufficient basic to have active roles in
developing electrical power engineering and other related industries in Indonesiaand overseas.
It also provides an appreciation for the broad spectrum of issues arising in professional practice, including
teamwork, leadership, safety, ethics, services, economy, environmental awareness, and proffessional
organizations.

Program Educational Objectives


1. Our graduates will have successful professional careers in electrical power engineering fields.
2. Our graduates will be able to gain admissionto and successfully complete their graduate studies for
those who pursue advanced degrees.
3. Our graduates will have leadership and active role for improvement in their community.

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Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
c) An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability
d) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
f)

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

g) An ability to communicate effectively


h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,
economic, environmental, and societal context
i)

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning

j)

A knowledge of contemporary issues

k) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice, particularly in electrical power engineering

Career Prospects
The graduates of Electrical Power Engineering Study Program will have opportunities to develop their
professional careers as power system planning engineers, power generation and power system operation and
maintenance engineers, electricity utility managements, design engineers, marketing engineers, power
engineering and related fields researchers or power engineering educators and trainers in various institutions
and companies.
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These institutions/companies include: Electricity utility (PT PLN (Persero) and overseas electricity
utilities), power generation companies, power transmission companies, power distribution and retail
companies, electricity market authority (government body), industries having electricity network such
as: government own and private petroleum and mining industries, electrical equipments industries,
appliences industries, consultancy services, power contractors, research and development institutions,
higher education institutions and training providers, other related industries and institutions.

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(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
EP2091
EL2001
EL2101
EL2142
MA2072
MSxxxx

Subject
Probability & Statistics
Electric Circuits
Electric Circuits Laboratory
Digital & Microprocessor Systems
Engineering Mathematics I
Thermal Engineering & Fluid Mechanic

Credit
3
4
1
4
3
3
Total
18

Subject
Measurement Systems
Signal & Systems
Electromagnetics
Electronics
Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics II
Pancasila and Civic Education

Credit
3
3
3
3
1
3
2
Total
18

Fourth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EP2076
EP2094
EL2006
EL2005
EL2205
MA2074
KU2071

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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
Fifth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EP3071
EP3073
EP3075
EP3095
EP3171
EL3015
TI3004

Subject
Electric Machines
Numerical Analysis For Electrical Power
Power System Analysis
Electrical Engineering Material
Electrical Power Laboratory I
Control Systems
Engineering Economics

Credit
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
Total
19

Subject
Electric Power Plants
Power Electronics
High Voltage Engineering
Power System Protection
Electrical Power Laboratory II
Elective Telecommunication
Religion and Ethics

Credit
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
Total
19

Sixth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
EP3070
EP3072
EP3074
EP3076
EP3172
EP3xxx
KU206x

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SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
Seventh Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
EP4096
EP4071
EP4073
EP4077
EP4xxx
XXxxxx

Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Utilization of Electrical Energy
Selected Topics in Electrical Power
Electric Power Distribution Systems
Major Electives
Environmental Elective

Credit
2
3
2
3
6
2
Total
18

Subject
Industrial Experience
Final Project II
Electrical Power System Design
Management Elective
Non Major Elective
Free Elective

Credit
2
4
2
2
3
3
Total
16

Eighth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
EP4091
EP4099
EP4070
XXxxxx
XXxxxx
XXxxxx

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Major Electives for Electrical Power Engineering
No Code
1 EP4050
2 EP4072
3 EP4074
4 EP4075
5 EP4079
6 EP4090
7 EP4193

Subject
Electrical System Project Management
SCADA and Energy Management
System Engineering
Applications of Electrical Motors
Relay Protection
Engineering Ethics
Industrial Cooperative

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
2
3

Non Major Electives for Electrical Power Engineering


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Code
EL5076
EL5078
EL5079
EL5174
EL5275
ET3001
ET3003
IL2205
MB4045
MB4055
MR2101
MR3002
MR4004
TI3005
TI4004
TI4204
TL2105
TL4002

Subject
Electric Transportation System
Non-conventional and Renewable Power Plants
Energy Economics
Direct Current Power Transmission and FACTS
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Analog and Digital Communications Systems
Computer Networks
Environmental Health
Investment Management
Project Management
Introduction to Engineering Management
Management Technology
Engineering Management
Organization and Management of Industrial Company
Industrial Management B
Human Resource Management
Environmental Health
Environmental Engineering

Credit
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
3
3
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
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19 TL4201

Environmental Impact Assessment

Minor Courses
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
EP2076
EP3070
EP3071
EP3072
EP3074
EP3075

Subject
Measurement Systems
Electric Power Plants
Electric Machines
Power Electronics
High Voltage Engineering
Power System Analysis

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total
18

The minor courses are offered to the following undergraduate programs:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics
Industrial Engineering
Informatics/Computer Science
Manajemen Rekayasa Industri
Civil Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering
Information System and Technology
Management

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Electrical Power Engineering Course Descriptions


EP2076. Measurement Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction, Units, standard and calibration ; Errors in measurement ; Statistical methods in
measurement data processing ; Basic components and characteristics of instrumentation system;
Physical phenomenon, stimulus and sensors ; Electrical quantities ; Non-electrical quantities ; Signal
conditioning; Data acquisition, processing and transmission ; Basic theory of microprocessor ;
microprocessor based instrumentations.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits
EP2091. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
An introduction to probability theory and mathematical statistics that emphasizes the probabilistic
foundations required to understand probability models, statistical methods, and its applications. Topics
covered will include Concept of probability, Random Variables, Discrete Probability Distributions,
Continuous Probability Distributions, Functions of Random Variables, Estimation Theory.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA, MA1201 Mathematics IIA
EP2094. Signal & Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction to signal and systems, invariant linear-time systems, Laplace transformation, z
transformation, continous-time Fourier analysis, discrete-time Fourier analyses, filtering, sampling,
linear-feedback systems
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, MA2072 Engineering Mathematics I
EP3071. Electric Machinary (Credit 3)
This course deals with performance and analysis of various electric machinery and its applications.
Starting with the electromagnetic circuits and transformers, the course then deals with
electromechanic conversion concept. The DC motors and generators, the AC machines are discussed
thoroughly in this course. It also discusses the modern concept of electric machine types.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, EL2006 Electromagnetics
EP3072. Power Electronics (Credit 3)
Basic concept of power electronics and power converters. Power semiconductor, ac-ac, ac-dc, dcdc, dc-ac power converters and its applications. Power converter controls.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, EL2005 Electronics
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EP3073. Numerical Analysis For Electrical Power (Credit 3)
Introduction to numerical methods, general numerical methods, numerical methods for linear
algebra, numerical methods for differential equation, application of numerical methods in power
engineering
Prerequisites: MA2072 Engineering Mathematics I, MA2074 Engineering Mathematics II
EP3075. Power System Analysis (Credit 3)
Introduction, per-unit system, representation of power system components, Transmission line
parameter, Introduction to HVDC transmission, Network modelling and calculation, Power flow
solution, Symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults, Transient stability, System controls, Introduction to
economic operation.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, EP3071 Electric Machinary
EP3074. High Voltage Engineering (Credit 3)
Introduction to high voltage energy transportation, application of high voltage engineering in
industries, electric fields, calculation methods of electric field, electric discharge mechanism in gas,
liquid and solid insulations, high voltage insulation, high voltage generation, measurement and testing.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, EL2006
Electromagnetics
EP3095. Electrical Engineering Material (Credit 3)
Classical and modern electron theories; atom structure, electron statistics and energy band theory,
properties of conductor, superconductor, semiconductor, dielectrics, magnetic and optical materials.
Prerequisites: EL2006 Electromagnetics
EP3070. Electric Power Plants (Credit 3)
Introduction to electricity generation, economics of power generation, analysis of steam cycles,
combined cycle power generation, fuels and combustion, combustion mechanism, combustion
equipment and firing methods, steam generator, steam turbines, condenser, feedwater and circulating
water systems, nuclear power plant, hydroelectric power plant, diesel engine and gas turbine power
plants, energy storage .
Prerequisites: EP3071 Electric Machines

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EP3171. Electical Power Laboratory I (Credit 2)
Electric Machinery Practice consists of Synchronous machines, Asynchronous machines, Power
Transformer, DC machines. Power System Analysis Practice consists of Preparation of ETAP
software, Load flow and Contingency analysis, Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical short circuit
analysis, Motor starting analysis and Transient stability analysis. Control system Practice.
Co-requisites: EP3071 Electric Machines, EP3075 Power System Analysis, EL3015 Control Systems
EP3172. Electical Power Laboratory II (Credit 2)
Power Electronic Practice consists of Static Switching, DC to DC Converter, AC to DC Converter
(Rectifier) and DC to AC Converter. High Voltage Engineering Practice consists of DC high voltage
generation, Impulse high voltage generation, Voltage distribution on chain insolators, and Gas
breakdown. Power System Protection Practice.
Co-requisites: EP3071 Electric Machines, EP3074 High Voltage Engineering, EP3076 Power
System Protection
EP4050. Electrical System Project Management (Credit 3)
The application of project management which includes basic project planning, project planning
optimization techniques, project planning implementation and monitoring and control of the
implementation of projects in the electricity system projects that include project planning and
construction of power plant, transmission and distribution.
EP4072. SCADA and Energy Management (Credit 3)
Introduction, SCADA hierarchy system, SCADA system structure (ancillary equipments, wiring,
addressing), Distributed control system, Man machine interface, Design of SCADA system
(programming, visualdesign),Applications of SCADA in industries, Demo of SCADA.
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems
EP3076. Power System Protection I (Credit 3)
Introduction, overvoltage sources, wave propagation, lightning phenomenon, surge impedance of
tower and transmission line, overvoltage protection equipment, lightning performance, insulation
coordination, three phase system, line and system parameters under short circuit fault condition,
review of symmetrical components and current and voltage calculation under short circuit faults,
protection relay, relay coordination in protection system.
Prerequisites: EL2006 Electromagnetics, EP3075 Power System Analysis
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EP4071. Utilization of Electrical Energy (Credit 3)
Introduction ; Basic of Heating ; Thermal Insulation ; Electric Heating ; Electric Furnace ; Lighting ;
Electric Drive ; Electric Precipitation ; Other industrial electric applications ; District Cooling, Heating
and Power ; Energy Efficiency ; Environmental Consideration.
Prerequisites: EP3071 Electric Machines
EP4073. Selected Topics in Electrical Power (Credit 3)
Introduction. Electrical power technologies. World energy outlook, Indonesian energy outlook. Invited
speakers from industries and other institution concerning electricity and related topics and softskill.
Prerequisites: EP4074. System Engineering (Credit 3)
System theory, microprocessor based controller, real time computer control, reliability concept and
application, queing theory and application, engineering optimization, production cosf function,
engineering economic, decision making analysis.
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems
EP4075. Applications of Electrica Motors (Credit 3)
Introduction. Characteristic of mechanical load. Modelling and control of DC machines by phase
control rectifier and chopper with minimum ripple. Modeling of non salient and salient
electricalmachines, Park dq transformation and complex system (space phasor) by using power
invariant and amplitude invariant. Scalar control and vector control of induction motor. Space vector of
induction machines. Vector control of synchronous motor and permanent magnet synchronous motor
( brushless DC motor ).
Prerequisites: EL3015 Control Systems, EP3071 Electric Machines
EP4077. Electrical Power Distribution Systems (Credit 3)
BaIntroduction, Basic distribution system functions, Power distribution
system loads,
Distribution network system, Distribution system modelling and analysis, Power distribution
system components ( Conductor, Insulator, Fuse, Circuit breaker, Switchgear etc. ), Overhead
distribution systems, Underground distribution systems, Power quality and distribution power
compensation, Reliability Power distribution systems, Distribution automation and SCADA
systems.
Prerequisites: EL2001 Electric Circuits, EP3075 Power System Analysis
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EP4079. Relay Protection (Credit 3)
System protection, relays and relay systems, short circuit calculation, over current protection,
distance protection ,differential protection, symmetrical components, unbalanced faults, scada,
instrumentation and measurement, wide area protection, adaptive protection, earthing systems.
Prerequisites: EP3076 Power System Protection, EP3075 Power System Analysis
EP4090. Engineering Ethics (Credit 2)
Introduction: general description, subject, & evaluation. Basic skills college graduates are expected by
society. Discussion on ethical problems encountered in the work. Special discussion: personality,
teamwork, leadership, management, entrepreneurial firms; Biodata, resume &interview. A number of
special topics and new developments in fields related to expertise in Electrical Engineering.
Co-requisites: EP4096 Final Project I & Seminar
EP4091. Industrial Experience (Credit 2)
Students spend 2 months for internship programs (preferably during a summer break) to gain work
experiences related to the field of electrical power engineering in companies/industries.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EP4193. Industrial Cooperative (Credit 3)
Students spend 2-3 months for industrial coops (preferably during a summer break) to gain work
experiences related to the field of electrical power engineering in companies/industries having MoU
with ITB.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EP4096. Final Project I & Seminar (Credit 2)
Introduction to research methodology, procedure of research, scientific writing and presentations,
lesson-learned, guidance of final project proposal, preliminary research, seminar and evaluation.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EP4099. Final Project II (Credit 4)
Students carry out the proposed project in EP4096 Final Project I & Seminar including an evaluation for
assessing the extent to which it has addressed the formulated problem. Students submit project
reports and defend them at the final project exam.
Prerequisite: EP4096. Final Project I & Seminar
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EP4070. Electrical Power System Design (Credit 2)
Introduction, Products and System design principal on Electric Power System, Design Cycle,
Quality management, documentation and technical specification on equipment and power
system, Standards and practical of electric installation, HAKI and patent, Economic aspect on
design, Safety and environmental aspect on design, Cases study, Group project.
Prerequisite: EP3075 Power System Analysis

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Introduction
Informatics/Computer Science Program provides education in the area of theoretical foundations of
information and computing as well as of practical techniques for their applications in computer systems.
Students of anInformatics/Computer Science program will also learn a wide range of computer science
topics such as algorithm & data structure, theory of computation, programming languages, database &
information retrieval, operating system, artificial intelligence, computer visions, computer network,
software engineering, computer security & cryptography, machine learning, distributed system,
computer graphics & visualization, and other exciting areas.
The programs curriculum is designed to prepare students to enter the rapidly expanding computer field
and competitive job markets. Its curriculum development is based on the curricula and courses
recommendation by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer Computer Society and the
Association for Computing Machinery.

Program Educational Objectives


1. Our graduates will have successful careers and become productive professionals in their fields.
2. Our graduates will beable to gain admission to and complete their graduate studies.
3. Our graduates will be able to develop professionally through life-long learning and have an active
role in the development of new tools, technologies and methodologies.

Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
b) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements
appropriate to its solution
c) An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component,
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d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

k)

or program to meet desired needs


An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities
An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations,
and society
Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science
theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates
comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems
of varying complexity.

Career Prospects
Jobs for Informatics/Computer Science graduates generally fall into three paths:
a)

Designing and constructing software, referring to software development job such as web-based
application development, mobile application, security issues, interface design, and so on. A career
path in this area represents the majority jobs of Informatics/Computer Science graduates. Many
large or small software companies, large or small computer services companies, and large
organizations of any sector such as in government, industry banking, education, healthcare, etc. offer
career in this path.

b) Devising new and better ways to use computers, which refers to improvement and innovation in the

application of computer technology. This career path can involve advanced graduate work, followed
by a position in a research university or industrial research and development laboratory. It can
involve entrepreneurial activity such as establishing new high tech start-up company.

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c)

Developing effective ways to solve computing problems. This path refers to the development of
theory and algorithms to ensure the best possible solutions for computationally intensive problems
such as searching information from billions of web documents, processing simultaneous millions of
query, providing new approaches to security problems, etc. This career path typically requires
graduate work to the doctoral level, followed by a position in a research university or an industrial
research and development laboratory.

Several examples of job titles include the following:

Software Engineer, to develop software for various needs.

System Analyst& System Integrator, to perform system analysis in an organization or company and
to provide computer software-based integrated solutions.

IT Consultant, to plan and evaluate IT in an organization.

Database Engineer/Database Administrator, to plan and maintain database (including data


warehouse) in an organization.

Web Engineer/Web Administrator, to plan, develop, and maintain a Website and its services.

Computer Network/Data Communication Engineer, to design a computer network architecture,


including its maintenance and management in a company or organization.

Programmer, either as a system programmer or application developer, this position has a high
demand in various sectors.

Software Tester, to evaluate and make sure that software runs properly according to the specified
specifications.

Game Developer, an Informatics/Computer Science graduate is also prepared to develop multimedia


game softwares.

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Informatics/Computer Science Program Structures


(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
IF2110
IF2120
IF2121
IF2122
IF2123
IF2130

Subject
Algorithm & Data Structure
Discrete Mathematics
Logic of Informatics
Probability &Statistics
Geometric Algebra
Organization & Computer Architecture

Credit
4
3
3
3
3
3
Total
19

Subject
Object Oriented Programming
Algorithm Strategies
Formal Language Theory and Automata
Operating System
Database
Software Engineering Fundamental

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
2
Total
17

Fourth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
IF2210
IF2211
IF2220
IF2230
IF2240
IF2250

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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
Fifth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
IF3110
IF3111
IF3130
IF3140
IF3151
IF3170
IF3150

Subject
Web based Application Development
Platform-based Development
Computer Networks
Database Management
Human Computer Interaction
Artificial Intelligence
Project Management of Software

Credit
2
2
3
2
3
4
2
Total
18

Subject
Parallel and Distributed Systems
Information System
Project of Software
Computer Graphics
Socio-informatics and Professionalism
Religion & Ethics
Environmental Elective

Credit
3
3
4
3
3
2
2
Total
20

Sixth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
IF3230
IF3240
IF3250
IF3260
IF3280
KU206x
XXxxxx

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SENIOR (FOURTH) YEAR
Seventh Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
IF4090
IF4091
IF4150
KU2071
IF4xxx
XXxxx

Subject
Industrial Practice
Final Project I & Seminar
Domain Specific Software Engineering
Pancasila and Civic Education
Major Elective
Free Electives

Credit
2
2
2
2
3
6
Total
17

Subject
Final Project II
Non Major Elective
Major Elective
Free Electives

Credit
4
3
3
8
Total
18

Eighth Semester
No
1
2
3
4

Code
IF4092
XXxxxx
IF4xxx
XXxxxx

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Electives for Informatics/Computer Science
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Code
IF4020
IF4021
IF4022
IF4030
IF4031
IF4032
IF4033
IF4040
IF4041
IF4042
IF4043
IF4050
IF4051
IF4060
IF4061
IF4062
IF4070
IF4071
IF4072
IF4073

Subject
Cryptography
Modeling and Simulation
Advanced Computational Science and Engineering
Advanced Computer Network
Development of Distributed Application
Multimedia System
Information Assurance and Security
Advanced Data Modelling
Database Technology
Information Retrieval Systems
Advanced Information System
Service Oriented Software Development
Component Based Software Engineering
Interaction Engineering
Information and Data Visualization
Development of 3D Graphical Application
Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
Machine Learning
Natural Language (Text and Speech) Processing
Interpretation and Image Processing

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

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Minor Courses
No
1
2
3
4

Code
IF2110
IF2130
IF2240
IF2250

Subject
Algorithm & Data Structure
Organization & Computer Architecture
Database
Software Engineering Fundamental

Credit
4
3
3
2
Total
12

The minor courses are offered to the following undergraduate programs:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Mathematics
Petroleum Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics
Industrial Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Geomatics
Electrical Power Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering
Information System and Technology

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Informatics/Computer Science Course Descriptions


IF1210. Programming Fundamental (Credit 2)
This course offers the fundamental concepts of programming:
abstraction, problem
decomposition, modularization, recurrence; skill in small scale programming (coding aspects,
through laboratory work); and overview of the big picture of programming and prepares the
students to learn programming more deeply in the next stage.
Prerequisites: KU1072 Introduction to Information Technology B
IF2110. Algorithm & Data Structure (Credit 4)
Introduction: review procedural programming, array and loop excercise, used language feature
(standard): hello, type, variable, expression, conditional statement, language feature : loop,
external file; Definition of ADT: Several simple standard ADT (Abstract Data Type), unit program
& driver; General object collections: array, general concepts object collection, array basic
processing; Vector: Stack, concept, definition, code implementation; Queue and priority queue,
concept, definition, code implementation; Matrices; Introduction to linked structure; List and the
variations; Recursive list; Tree (binary tree).
Prerequisites: IF1210 Programming Fundamental
IF2120. Discrete Mathematics (Credit 3)
This course offers basic knowledge of discrete mathematics that will be used in other courses in
the program such as sets, relations and functions, proof techniques, number theory,
combinatoric, graphs, trees, and algorithm complexity.
Prerequisites: IF2121. Logic of Informatics (Credit 3)
This course discusses the approach to conduct computer-based reasoning, how to entail new fact from
given facts. Introduction to Informatical Logic/ Computational Logic, Syntax and Semantic of
Propositional Logic, Syntax and Semantic of Relational Logic, Proof Method of Propositional Logic and
Relational Logic, Introduction to Simple Knowledge Based System.
Prerequisites: IF2120 Discrete Mathematics
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IF2122. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
This course discusses probability and statistics as one approach in computer based decision making.
Instead of giving explanation and proofing of probability and statistics theory, this course focuses on
how to apply probability and statistics in informatics/computer science problem.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA, MA1201 Mathematics IIA
IF2123. Geometric Algebra (Credit 3)
Elementary Algebra, Complex Number Algebra, Vector Algebra, Quaternion Algebra, Matrix and Linier
Transformation, Matrix Algebra, Linier equation system, Geometry Algebra, Geometry Multiplication,
Conformal Geometry, Application of Geometry Algebra
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA
IF2130. Computer Organization & Architecture (Credit 3)
Introduction to computer architecture, data representation, machine level representation, compile,
linking and program optimization, memory hierarchy, I/O and interrupts.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA
IF2210. Object Oriented Programming (Credit 3)
Concepts & practices on implementing software & SW component based on OOP using advanced features of
OOP , and practices using three OOP languages; Object Oriented Paradigm: Class, Object; Object life time
(creation, allocation, destruction), Object Basic-Operations (attachment, comparison); Genericity; Inheritance
& polymorphism; Exception; Concept and implementaion of Abstract data Type, Engine, Process in OOP; OO
programming using three selected languages, i.e. C++, Java, C#
Prerequisites: IF1210 Programming Fundamental, IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure
IF2211. Algorithm Strategies (Credit 3)
Algorithm complexity, Brute Force Algorithms, Greedy Algorithms, Divide and Conquer Algorithms, Depth
Firsth Search, Breadth First Search, Backtracking Algorithms, Branch and Bound Algorithms, Dynamic
Programming String Matching, NP Theory
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2120 Discrete Mathematics

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IF2220. Formal Language Theory and Automata (Credit 3)
Formal Language in computational model, proof technique, regular language, finite automata
(deterministic, nondeterministic, nondeterministic with epsilon), conversion between finite
automata, regular expression, context free languages, pushdown automata, application of automaton
and language theory, turing machine.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2120 Discrete Mathematics
IF2230. Operating System (Credit 3)
Operating system concepts, process management, memory management, I/O device and file
management, computer system security and protection, operating system for distributed system.
Prerequisites: IF2130 Computer Organization & Architecture
IF2240. Database (Credit 3)
Approach to and evolution of database systems in information capture and representation, file
organization, data modeling approach, conceptual data model using entity-relationship notation,
relational data model and relational operation using relational algebra and relational calculus, design
of relational database schema through normalization based on functional dependency, and query
languages.
Prerequisites: IF2130 Computer Organization & Architecture, IF2121 Logic of Informatics
IF2250. Software Engineering Fundamental (Credit 2)
Types of Software; Introduction to Software Engineering, Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC);
Software Process Model, including waterfall, prototyping, incremental, agile process model, etc;
Software Development Methodologies (including OO Software Development Methods): advantages
and disadvantages, and practices in industry; Software Standard and Documentation, including SDP,
SRS, SDD, STP; Software Modeling Tools, including UML and DFD; Case Study: Small Scale Software
Development.
Prerequisites: -.

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IF3110. Web-based Application Development (Credit 2)
This course gives some introduction about Internet and Internet Application. This course concerns,
mainly, on learning various technologies (e.g., HTML5, CSS, Java Script, JAVA, PHP) and techniques
(AJAX, Offline-storage) to build Internet Applications. Moreover, students are required to understad
the characteristics of each technologies and their trade-offs. The students also taught to analyze
various quality aspects of an Internet Application, such as: usability, security, and performance. The
course also covers how to design a protocol (at Application Layer) that uses Internet.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2210 Object Oriented Programming
IF3111. Platform-based Development (Credit 2)
This course conncerns on the design and development of a software system that resides on a platform
specific. In contrast to the general purpose programming, this platform-based development needs to
account platform-specific constraints. In this course, students will learn about software abstraction,
and how to design a software for a particular platform. Moreover, they need to develop softwares in
various platforms, such as: industrial, game, and mobile. This course covers how to do debugging in a
platform, performance measurement & tuning, and improving portability of a software.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2130 Computer Organization & Architecture
IF3130. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Introductions to computer networks, computer network architecture, computer network
hardware & data link layer, basic model of switched networks, internetworking protocols,
transport layer (TCP/UDP), congestion control and resource allocation, application layer and
network security.
Prerequisites: IF2230 Operating System
IF3140. Database Management (Credit 3)
The topics covered in this course are database performance tuning through schema (including use of
index) and query modification, management of security through access control of users, transaction
management and database recovery, database programming with stored-procedure and functions,
database integrity using constraints, assertions, and triggers, and distributed database management.
Prerequisites: IF2240 Database

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IF3151. Human Computer Interaction (Credit 3)
This course discusses the Interaction design concepts, human issues, practical & research issues in a
wide range of interfaces, data gathering & analysis framework, process of interaction design, and
approaches to evaluation of interactive interfaces.
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental
IF3175. Artificial Intelligence (Credit 4)
The topics discussed in this course include what is intelligent system, what is intelligent agent,
searching techniques, knowledge representation (more on logic & production rules), knowledge based
system, machine learning (decision tree, naive bayes, k-means, etc), performance of machine learning,
intelligent system application.
Prerequisites: IF2122. Probability & Statistics, IF2211 Algorithm Strategies, IF2220. Formal Language
Theory and Automata, IF2121. Logic of Informatics
IF3150. Project Management of Software (Credit 3)
Management and project management; software project management including: project initiation,
planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and project closing;tools, including software,
measurement and metrics; scope, time, and cost management; quality management; risk
management; human resource management and communication; procurement management;
integration management; ethics in management.
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental
IF3230. Parellel and Distributed Systems (Credit 3)
Introduce basic concepts in parallel and distributed systems focusing on the implementation and
performance issues associated with them, parallel and distributed systems models and interfaces,
parallel machines architectures, parallel program optimization techniques, synchronization,
consistency and coherence, fault tolerant and reliability
Prerequisites: IF3130 Computer Networks

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IF3240. Information System (Credit 3)
This course provides explanation and knowledge about types, function, structure, and role of
computer-based information systems in an organization. Students get the ability to analyze
information needs, transform the need into a plan, and apply the plan into information system
prototype, in order to improve organization productivity, efficiency, and effectivity, to improve
organizations competitive advantage.
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental, IF2240 Database
IF3250. Software Project (Credit 4)
Definition of large-scale software; various problems in large-scale software development and solutions;
abstraction; SW Pattern; code generator; introduction of a variety of platforms, frameworks, and tools;
software configuration (concepts, tools, practices ...); including a case study of development large-sale;
practicing all the theories and practices; the project can be in the form of reverse engineering a largescale software
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental, IF3150 Project Management of Software
IF3260. Computer Graphics (Credit 3)
Image creation, framebuffer, primitive object drawing, Bresenham algorithm, Geometry
Transformation, window-view, layering, clipping, object filling, anti-clipping optimization, spatial data
structure, hierarchical modeling, Bezier & Spline curve
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2130 Computer Organization & Architecture,
IF2123 Geometric Algebra
IF3280. Socio-informatics & Professionalism (Credit 3)
This course discusses the social, legal, ethical and cultural issues involved in the deployment and use of
computer technology,social Context, Analytical Tools, Professional Ethics, Intellectual Property, and
effective communication.
Prerequisites: IF4090. Industrial Practice (Credit 2)
Students spend 2-3 months for internship programs (preferably during a summer break) to gain work
experiences related to the field of Informatics/Computer Science in companies/industries.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.

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IF4091. Final Project I & Seminar (Credit 2)
Preliminary investigation of real world problems in Informatics/Computer Science. Students submit
and give oral presentation on a significant project proposal outlining the background, problem
formulation, a proposed solution, a comprehensive literature review and detail implementation plan.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
IF4092. Final Project II (Credit 4)
Students carry out the proposed project in IF4096, including an evaluation for assessing the extent to
which it has addressed the formulated problem. Students submit project reports and defend them.
Prerequisites: IF4091 Final Project I & Seminar
IF4020. Cryptography (Credit 3)
Introduction, attacks to cryptography, classical cryptography algorithms, cryptanalysis, stream
ciphers and block ciphers, public-key cryptography system, hash function and MAC, digital
signature, cryptography protocols, public-key infrastructure (PKI), key management,
steganography and watermarking, visual cryptografphy.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2120 Discrete Mathematics
IF4021. Modeling and Simulation (Credit 3)
Concept of model and simulation, simulation types including discrete and continuous simulation,
point of view of probability and statistic, random number generator and random variable, queue
simulation usage such as in computer operating system, modelling with simulation language
CSMP, GPSS and Dynamo
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2122 Probability & Statistics
IF4022. Advanced Computational Science & Engineering (Credit 3)
This course offers advance topics of computational science and engineering in order to enrich the
knowledge of students who are inetrested with computer science. Every year the given topic may vary
depending on the hot and interesting issues at the time.
Prerequisites: -

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IF4030. Advanced Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Advances on important aspect of computer network. This course discusses infrastructure service
and network protocol, especially related with performance problem and congestion handling on
network. Special discussion on QoS architecture on Internet, network protocol implementation
on router and host and network security.
Prerequisites: IF3130 Computer Networks
IF4031. Distributed Application Development (Credit 3)
Distributed computing: forms of computing, OS & language supports, Architecture of distributed
computing: message based, RPC, bus, peer to peer, distributed objects, service oriented,
Interprocess communications: event synchronization, socket, mode, Client-server paradigm,
Design of high performance server, Group communications, Distributed objects, Message queue
based paradigm, Peer to peer applications
Prerequisites: IF3230 Parallel and Distributed Systems
IF4032. Multimedia System (Credit 3)
Introduction to Multimedia, Basic Concept of Text, Basic Concept of Sound
Basic Concept of Image, Graphic, & Animation, Sensor, Camera, & Graphic Adapter, Video
Encoding, Video and Audio Streaming, Multimedia Container, User Interaction, Multimedia
Programming in Android Application Framework
Prerequisites: IF3260 Computer Graphics, IF2230 Operating System, IF3111 Platform-based
Development, IF3151 Human Computer Interaction
IF4033. Information Assurance & Security (Credit 3)
Fundamental of IAS, network security, intro to cryptography, risk management, Security policy
and governance, digital forensics, Security Architecture and System Administration, Secure
Software Design and Engineering
Prerequisites: IF3260 Computer Graphics, IF2230 Operating System, IF2250Software Engineering
Fundamental, IF3280 Socio-informatics and Professionalism

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IF4040. Advanced Data Modelling Credit 3)
The topics covered in this course provides insight and knowledge on advance data modeling. The
extension to the common data modeling is done through several approaches, i.e. including new
aspects or semantics to the database, e.g. time or space aspects; introducing new ways to define
new facts from the data stored in the database, e.g. by using rules to deduce new facts;
introducing a non-relational data model; and introducing a new approach in data modeling
process.
Prerequisites: IF2240 Database
IF4041. Database Technology Credit 3)
Various special state of the art techniques in processing and employing database.The detail
material is depend on the existing trend on database technology which is usually deal with data
in large number (datawarehouse, knowledge base, data mining, online analytical processing, etc).
Prerequisites: IF2240 Database, IF2230 Operating System
IF4042. Information Retrieval Systems Credit 3)
Information retrieval system, vector space model, probabilistic model, feed-back, query
expansion, thesaurus, evaluation of system performance, search engine .
Prerequisites: IF2122 Probability &Statistics, IF2123 Geometric Algebra
IF4043. Andvanced Information Systems (Credit 3)
Organization and IS Alignment, Value of Information System, Management Informations System,
Decision Support System, Executive Information System, Intelligent Information System, Mid
Test, IT/IS Governance Framework, Management of Information System, IS Risk Management
(Business Continuity, Security and Privacy).
Prerequisites: IF3240 Information Systems
IF4050. Service Oriented Software Development (Credit 3)
Definition, characteristics, and related service standards; service provider: design,
implementation, and publication of services; service consumer: consumes a service; platforms
and tools; SaaS; service-oriented software development methodology; case study: building a
small scale service-oriented software that composed of provided services.
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental

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IF4051. Component Based Software Engineering (Credit 3)
Basic Concepts of Component-Based Software, Components specification, Component-Based
Development Processes (Methodology), Component Composition and Integration, Component
Testing and Quality Assurance ,Distributed Component-based systems,Iintroduction of various
technological components: CORBA, DCOM, Introduction and exploration of platform supporting
components, and case study: development of medium-scale component-based software using
one of the technologies and platforms.
Prerequisites: IF2250 Software Engineering Fundamental
IF4060. Interaction Engineering (Credit 3)
Introduction to Interaction Design in Software Development, Usability Engineering Model,
Concept of Interaction Engineering, Concept of Task Model, Interaction Engineering Cycle &
Phases, Change by Design, Design Thinking, Dialog Modeling, State Transition Model, Error
Management, Interaction & Technology
Prerequisites: IF3151 Human Computer Interaction
IF4061. Information & Data Visualization (Credit 3)
Motivation and aspects of visualization, Human perception and visual communication, Visual
object representation, Data characteristics, Data transformation, Presentation and rendering,
Survey of Visualization Techniques, Interacting with Visualization, Visualization Interpretation,
Visualization Engineering, Evaluation, Survey of Visualization media
Prerequisites: IF2122 Probability and Statistic, IF3151 Human Computer Interaction, F3260
Computer Graphics
IF4062. Development of 3D Graphical Application (Credit 3)
Introduction to 3D graphics, Mathematics for Computer Graphics, 3D Rendering, Graphics
Platform, 3D object Modeling I : Geometry, 3D object modeling II : Appearance, 3D Interaction,
Spatial Data Structure, 3D Object Processing, 3D Data Management, Case study: Data Oriented
Applications, Case study: Process Oriented Applications, Case study : Science & Commerce
Prerequisites: IF2123 Geometry Algebra, IF3260 Computer Graphics, IF2110 Algorithm and Data
Structure, IF2210 Object Oriented Programming

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IF4070. Knowledge Representation & Reasoning (Credit 3)
The topics are introduction, object oriented representation, structured description, ontology and
domain knowledge representation, social context knowledge representation, object and rules
combination, default & negation, spatial and temporal reasoning, rule based system, model and
case based reasoning, abduction reasoning, qualitative reasoning, review CSP, action
representation, practical planning, abstraction reformulation approximation.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2121 Logic of Informatics, IF3170 Artificial
Intelligence
IF4071. Machine Learning (Credit 3)
The topics discussed in this course are: supervised learning (generative/discriminative learning,
parametric/non-parametric learning, neural networks, support vector machines), unsupervised
learning (clustering, dimensionality reduction, kernel methods); learning theory (bias/variance
tradeoffs; VC theory; large margins); reinforcement learning and adaptive control. This course
also discusses recent machine learning application such as robotic control, data mining,
autonomous navigation, bioinformatics, speech recognition, and text and web data processing.
Prerequisites: IF2110 Algorithm & Data Structure, IF2122 Probability & Statistics, IF3170
Artificial Intelligence
IF4072. Natural Language (Text & Speech) Processing (Credit 3)
The topics are: word and sentence processing, named entity tagger, semantically sentence
processing, information extraction, question answering, machine translation, dialogue
management, text categorization.
Prerequisites: IF3170 Artificial Intelligence
IF4073. Interpretation & Image Processing (Credit 3)
Image formation model (imaging system, camera model), image feature and processing (image
representation, edge detection), motion estimation (optical computation, stereo vision, motion
estimation, structure from motion), shape representation and segmentation (curves, surfaces,
contours, fourier and wavelet), object recognition (recognition method, shape correspondence,
principal component analysis)
Prerequisites: IF3260 Computer Graphics

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Introduction
Information System and Technology program was developed to anticipate the fast growing of the
phenomena, problems, needs, and impact of information system to the organization and society,
according to development of information technology.This program provides comprehensive knowledge,
skill, and way of thinking to be creative, building the abilities to follow advancement of knowledge,
technology and the dynamic of social environment.
As one of the academic field in engineering, information system and technology program includes two
major academic areas related to:
1. Planning, developing, and evaluating of system in the purpose of information management dedicated
to prefered organization or in a global context for a community or society; and
2. Planning, developing, and evaluating the management of the technology used to support the system
in organization or society.
Nowadays, Information system and technology become a significant and decisive factor in the dynamics
of business, organization and community development. Information system and technology has become
an important part of daily lives including knowledge, sciences, engineering and design, services
development and delivery, operational activities and management. Effective and efficient uses of
information system and technology become urgent to achieve business competitive advantage and to
take part in acceleration and growing the community, society or even nation. Use of system and
technology should be embedded in every live dimensions, business (electronic-commerce), education
and learning (e-education and e-learning), medicine and health (e-health), culture, transportation,
industry, tourism, collaboration activities, even entertainment.

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Program Educational Objectives


1. Our graduates will have successful careers as information systems and information technology
professionals.
2. Our graduates will be able to gain admission to and successfully complete their graduate studies in
information system & technology or related fields.
3. Our graduates will have leadership and active role for improvement in their community.

Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
a) An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics and management appropriate to the
discipline.
b) An ability to model a system and apply it for system analysis, design and performance measurement .
c) An understanding of fundamental concepts of information system & technology components as well
as its function & limitations.
d) An ability to analyze and identify systems requirement.
e) An ability to design the best solution covering People-Process-Technology aspect that also considers
its impact, risk and value.
f)

An ability to implement a system and to manage resources for system construction.

g) An ability to deploy a system, to prepare change management and the operational of information
system & technology as a service.
h) An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences and to function on teams to
accomplish a common goal.
i)

An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, environmental, social and technology issues.

j)

An abilty to use techniques, methods, standards and tools for obtaining an optimal solutions
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Career Prospects
A wide range of career possibilities are available for graduates of information system and technology
program. The following job titles represent only a handful of the choices:
a) As a planner, to plan, develop and manage the governance of information system and technology in
order to keep align with organization strategy including government or enterprise in general.
b) As a manager, to plan, develop and manage information system and technology to support the
operation management of any organization.
c) As an engineer in software industry, to develop software for information system in corporate-wide
level.
d) As researcher in research entities or education institutions.
e) As a creative person with the vision of the future prospects defining information as an asset of the
corporate.
f)

As a facilitator and emancipator to guide people in the community to build a growing and satisfying
community.

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Information System and Technology Program Structures


(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5

Code
II2110
II2111
EL2142
IF2140
IF2111

TI3005

Subject
Credit
IST Mathematic
3
Probability & Statistic
3
Digital & Microprocessor Systems
4
Database Modelling
3
Algorithm and Data Structure
3
Organization and Management of Industrial
2
Company
Total
18

Fourth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
II2230
EL2244
II2220
II2221
II2240
IF2210

Subject
Computer Network
Computer System & Architecture
IST Resource Management
IST Project Management
System Requirement Analisys
Object Oriented Programming

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total
18

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JUNIOR (THIRD) YEAR


Fifth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
II3150
II3130
II3160
II3120
II3121
IF3152

Subject
Multimedia System
Operating System
Integrative Programming
IST Services
Enterprise Requirement Analysis
Software Engineering

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total
18

Sixth Semester
No
1
2

Code
II3260
II3230

II3231

EL4233

5
6

II3220
II3240

Subject
Credit
Mobile Platform & Application Development
3
Information Security
3
Interfacing & Human Computer Interaction
3
Technology
Fundamentals of Intelligent Systems &
3
Controls
Enterprise Architecture
3
IST Engineering (System Engineering)
3
Total
18

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SENIOR (FOURTH) YEAR


Seventh Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
II4090
II4091
II4470
II4471
XXxxxx
II4xxxx

Subject
Industrial Practices
Final Project 1 & Seminars
IT Legal & Ethics
IST Capita Selecta
Non Major Elective
Major Elective

Credit
2
2
2
2
3
8
Total
19

Subject
Final Project 2
Interpersonal Communcations
Pancasila and Civic Education
General Environmental Science
Religion & Ethics
Free Elective

Credit
4
2
2
2
2
5
Total
17

Eighth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6

Code
II4092
II4472
KU2071
BI2001
KU206x
XXxxxx

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Electives for Information System & Technology


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Code
II4021
II4022
II4031
II4032
II4033
II4034
II4051
II4061
II4062
II4071

Subject
Decission Support System
Information Technology Audit
Cryptography and Coding
Analysis & Design of System Performance
Digital Forensic
Language & Speech Processing
Multimedia System Engineering
Data Management
Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence
IST Profession

Credit
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Non Major Electives for Information System & Technology


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Code
EL4125
EL4126
EL4127
EL4132
EP4072
IF4021
IF4050
IF4051
IF4062
IF4071
KU4095
MB4045
MB4054
MR3002

Subject
Digital Image Processing
Robotics
Parallel Architectures & Computations
Biomedical Engineering
SCADA and Energy Management
Modeling and Simulation
Service Oriented Software Development
Component Based Software Engineering
Development of 3D Graphical Application
Machine Learning
Enterpreneurship
Investment Management
Quality Management
Management Technology

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
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Information System and Technology Course Descriptions


II2110. IST Mathematic (Credit 3)
Introduction, Propositional Logic, Sets, Predicate Calculus, Relations, Clasifying Relations, UT, Numbers,
Reasoning About Program.
Prerequisites: II2111. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
The concept of probability, random variables and their distributions, combinatorial and geometric
elements, conditional probability, Bayes theorem, distribution functions, bivirate random variables,
functions of random variables, estimation, hypothesis testing, application of probability & statistic for
computing & electrical engineering.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA, MA1201 Mathematics IIA
II2230. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Introductions to computer networks, computer network architecture, computer network
hardware & data link layer, basic model of switched networks, internetworking protocols,
transport layer (TCP/UDP), congestion control and resource allocation, application layer and
network security.
Prerequisites: II2220. IST Resource Management (Credit 3)
This course provides management cycle, organization, human resources, standard operating
procedure, performance measure as well as ris assesment for Information SYSTEM & Technology (IST)
resource management.
Prerequisites:
II2221. IST Project Management (Credit 3)
Introduction to PM, PM Framework, Project Life Cycle and Organization, PM Process, Integration
Management, Scope Management, Time and Cost Management, PM Quality Management, HR
Management, PM Knowledge Area: Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, Case
Study and Assignment.
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II2240. System Requirement Analysis (Credit 3)


Factors influence failures of information system implementation, phases of requirement
engineering, tools for analysis in every phase, maping of business view to developing object in
information system, documentating the result of analysis.
Prerequisites: II3150. Multimedia System (Credit 3)
This subject describes and discusses the methods to capture, process, store, analyze and deliver
multimedia information, including images, video, and audio information. In addition, we also
discuss how to evaluate the quality of information transmission through computer networks or
the Internet, both subjectively and objectively, by introducing QoS and QoE.
Prerequisites: II3130. Operating System (Credit 3)
Operating system concepts, process management, memory management, I/O device and file
management, computer system security and protection, operating system for distributed system.
Prerequisites:
II3160. Integrarive Programming (Credit 3)
The course content is based on open source software such as PHP or closed source software such
Active Server Pages (ASP). Active Server Pages (ASP) as a server side scripting architecture for
building dynamic web applications, and an ideal environment for building web-based commerce
solutions. The course looks at systems integration with focus on communication mechanisms and
data standardization. Students will learn how to represent structure and how to transport data
using XML and XML related technologies and protocols. Standardization of XML documents for
the purpose of data exchange is emphasized.
Prerequisites:
II3120. IST Services (Credit 3)
The history of information system and technology services; The concept of service management;
ITIL service lifecycle; Processes and functions; Key definition of service management
terminologies; Key principles and models; Processes; Roles.
Prerequisites:
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II3260. Mobile Platform & Application Development (Credit 3)


Web System & Mobile Technologies, Information Architecture, Mobile Digital Media, Mobile
Development, Mobile Vulnerabilities, Social Software
Prerequisites: II3230. Information Security (Credit 3)
This course is intended to help students gain fundamental and comprehensive understanding of
information security. We will focus on an overview of major information security issues, technologies,
and approaches. Students who successfully complete this course will have a concept and knowledge of
security properties, concerns, policies, models, cryptography, PKI, firewalls, security evaluation, and
reallife security cases. Students will also have handson experience in selected information security
technologies through lab sessions.
Prerequisites: II3231. Interfacing & Human Computer Interactin Technology (Credit 3)
What is Interaction Design, Understanding & Conceptualizing Interaction, Cognitive Aspect, Social
Interaction, Emotional Interaction, Interfaces, Data Gathering, Data AnalysisInterpretation,
Representation, Process of Interaction Design, Establishing Requirement, Design Prototyping and
Construction, Evaluation Framework, Introduction to Speech Processing, Data Capture Technologies,
Information Generating Technologies
Prerequisites: II3220. Enterprise Architecture (Credit 3)
Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, Component Architectures, Interorganizational Architectures,
Processes for Developing Enterprise Architecture, Architecture Change Management, Implementing
Enterprise Architecture, Management Controls, Information Systems Strategy, Strategic Alignment,
Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Structure and Processes, Information Systems
Planning, Role of IT in Defining and Shaping Competition, Financing and Evaluating the Performance of
IT Investments and Operations (BoK ACM)
Prerequisites: -

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II3240. IST Engineering (System Engineering) (Credit 3)


Principles of information system and technology engineering; system development process; system
engineering management; analysys of success & failures factors for system engineering; needs
analysys; concep & model of exploration; model testing.
Prerequisites: II4090. Industrial Practice (Credit 2)
Students spend 2-3 months for internship programs (preferably during a summer break) to gain work
experiences related to the field of information system and technology in companies/industries.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits
II4091. Final Project I & Seminar (Credit 2)
Preliminary investigation of real world problems in information system & technology. Students submit
& give oral presentation on a significant project proposal outlining the background, problem
formulation, a proposed solution, a comprehensive literature review & detail implementation plan.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
II4470. IT Legal & Ethics (Credit 2)
Introduction To Cyberethics; Ethical Concepts and Ethical Theories; Critical Thinking Skills and Logical
Arguments; Professional Ethics; Privacy and Cyberspace; Security in Cyberspace; Cybercrime and
Cyberrelated Crimes; Intellectual Property; Regulating Commerce; Social Issues; Converging
Technologies, Regulations in Indonesia.
Prerequisites:
II4092. Final Project II (Credit 4)
Students carry out the proposed project in II4096, including an evaluation for assessing the extent to
which it has addressed the formulated problem. Students submit project reports and defend them.
Prerequisites: II4091. Final Project I & Seminar
II4472. Interpersonal Communication (Credit 4)
Foundations of Interpersonal Communication; Culture and Interpersonal Communication; Perception
and the Self in Interpersonal Communication; Listening in Interpersonal Communication; Verbal
Messages; Nonverbal Messages; Emotional Messages; Conversational Messages; Interpersonal
Relationships; Interpersonal Conflict and Conflict Management; Interpersonal Power and Influence.
Prerequisites:
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II4021. Decision Support System (Credit 3)


Management support system (MSS), decision support system (DSS), modeling &analysis, DSS
development, group support system, knowledge acquisition, representation, reasoning,
inference technique, integration, Impacts, and the future of MSS.
Prerequisite:II4022. Information Technology Audit (Credit 3)
General principles: definition and area of IS audit, types and objective, process of evaluation of IT
internal control, audit processes.
Prerequisites: II4031. Cryptography and Coding (Credit 3)
Secure communications, cryptographic applications, classical cryptosystem: Vigenere cipher, enigma,
basic number theory, symmetric key cryptography: DES, public key cryptography: RSA, DL, Hash
function, digital signature.
Prerequisites:II4032. Analysis & Design of System Performance (Credit 3)
Methodical approach to developing computer systems, computer system life cycle, system
modeling, qualifying, performance engineering methodology, workload model, supporting
technology (cloud computing, web server, data center).
Prerequisites:
II4033. Digital Forensic (Credit 3)
Overview of digital forensics, forensic basics & criminalistics, basics of computer networks &
operating systems, forensic duplication & analysis, cyber forensics tools, PDA & Cell Phone
forensic analysis, network surveillance, network attack traceback& attribute, multimedia
forensics & multicast fingerprinting, intrusion detection & response, incident response,
anonymity &pseudonimity, cyber law.
Prerequisites:

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II4043. Language & Speech Processing (Credit 3)


Digital speech signal representations & characteristics; Fundamental of speech recognition
system; methods for signal processing and analysys; pattern recognition techniques; Hidden
Markov Model; Text to Speech; prosody modelling; methods and techniques for natural
language translation.
Prerequisites:
II4051. Multimedia System Engineering (Credit 3)
Distributed multimedia applications and their requirements, fundamentals of human perception
(i.e., hearing and vision) and its impact on compression, analog and digital media representation,
storage, transmission, compression technologies & standards (e.g., MPEG, MPEG, H.261,
hierarchical/pyramid algorithms, G.72x, Dolby AC3, etc.), media synchronization, implementation
technologies: hardware architectures, OS support, multimedia system services, network
architecture & protocols.
Prerequisites: II4062. Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence (Credit 3)
Introduction addressing Business challenges, data warehouse, data mining, extractiontransformation-loading, BI Dashboard, addressing business problems with Business Intelligence.
Prerequisite:-

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Introduction
The Telecommunications Engineering Program is an interdisciplinary program, which requires a blend of
knowledge covering the areas of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Management, Economics and
Policy, in addition to Science and Mathematics as the foundation of engineering.
Students in this program are given an opportunity to learn and extend their abilities in analyzing and
solving problems of telecommunications engineering. They are also prepared to be capable of designing
new implementations of technology in order to serve todays needs of society. The program provides
students with an integrated educational experience directed towards the comprehension in applying
knowledge and techniques, as well as improving their ability in identifying and finding effective and
efficient solutions for practical problems in telecommunications engineering.
This program ensures that the students ability and experience in design and analysis can be achieved by
providing them with a sequential and integrated course works and laboratories descripted throughout
the curriculum.

Program Educational Objectives


Graduates of Telecommunications Engineering Program will have the following objective of
achievements:
1. Our graduates will have successful careers as professional engineers.
2. Our graduates will be able to gain admission to and successfully complete their graduate studies as
well as are well motivated towards life-long learning.
3. Our graduate will have leadership in facing ever-changing, fast-growing and competitive market and
industry.

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Program Outcomes
Graduates of Telecommunications Engineering Study Program will have the following outcomes :
a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic
constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,
manufacturability, and sustainability
d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
f)

an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

g) an ability to communicate effectively


h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,
economic, environmental, and societal context
i)

a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

j)

a knowledge of contemporary issues

k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.

Career Prospects
Graduates of Telecommunications Engineering Program will have broad career prospects, because
telecommunication engineering competency is required by various national and multinational sectors,
including telecommunication operators and vendors; satellite communications industries; radio,
television, broadcasting, multimedia industries; radar and navigation industries; banking industries and
financial institutions; oil and mining industries; research and education institutions; government bodies;
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academic profession and research institutions; entrepreneur and consulting/contractor companies;


creative industries; airline and aircraft industries, armed forces and maritime; electrical power industries;
internet service providers; etc.

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Telecommunication Engineering Program Structures


(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
MA2072
ET2001
ET2003
ET2005
ET2007
ET2100
KU206x

Subject
Engineering Mathematics I
Discrete Mathematics
Electric Circuit
Digital System Design
Programming
Telecommunication Laboratory 1
Religion & Ethics

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
Total
18

Subject
Engineering Mathematics II
Electromagnetics I
Probability & Statistics
Continuous Time Signal Processing
Communication Electronics
Embedded Systems
Telecommunication Laboratory 2

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
Total
19

Fourth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
MA2074
ET2000
ET2002
ET2004
ET2006
ET2008
ET2200

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JUNIOR (THIRD) YEAR


Fifth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
ET3000
ET3001
ET3003
ET3004
ET3005
ET3009
ET3100

Subject
Credit
Electromagnetics II
3
Analog and Digital Communications Systems
3
Computer Networks
3
Telecommunication Traffic Engineering
3
Discrete Time Signal Processing
3
Software Engineering
3
Telecommunication Laboratory 3
1
Total
19

Sixth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Code
ET3002
ET3006
ET3007
ET3008
ET3010
ET3200
KU2071

Subject
Digital Communications
Radio Frequency Electronics
Antenna & Wave Propagation
Optical Communication Systems
Connected Services & Cloud Computing
Telecommunication Laboratory 4
Pancasila and Civic Education

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
Total
18

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SENIOR (FOURTH) YEAR


Seventh Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
5

Code
ET4001
ET4003
ET4041
ET4061
ET4xxx
XXxxxx
XXxxxx

Subject
Final Work I & Seminar
Selected Topics in Telecommunication
Multimedia Communication Systems
Wireless Access Networks
Major Elective
Environmental Elective
Non Major Elective

Credit
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
Total
18

Subject
Final Works II
Industrial Placement
Major Elective
Management Elective
Free Elective

Credit
4
2
6
2
2
Total
16

Eighth Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5

Code
ET4002
ET4000
ET4xxx
XXxxxx
XXxxxx

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Major Electives for Telecommunication Engineering


No
1
2
3

Code
ET4004
ET4005
ET4006

ET4040

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

ET4042
ET4044
ET4045
ET4056
ET4058
ET4059
ET4064
ET4065
ET4066
ET4067
ET4140
ET4141
ET4144
ET4160
ET4242

Subject
Development of Profession / Community A
Development of Profession / Community B
Development of Profession / Community C
Telecommunication Economy, Business, Regulation
and Policy
Non-Linear Optical Communication Systems
Programming of Mobile Telecommunication Devices
Telecommunication Network Security
Advanced Radio Frequency Electronics
Radar and Navigation Systems
Radar Signal Processing
Satellite & Terrestrial Communication Systems
Broadcasting Systems
Telemetry Systems
VLSI Systems for Digital Communications
Queuing Networks
Advanced IP Technology
Management of Telecommunication Networks
Telecommunication Project Management
Planing of Enterprise Resources

Credit
2
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

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Non Major Electives for Telecommunication Engineering


No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Code
AS2005
BI2001
DI4102
DI4208
DP3204
EP3071
EP3072
IF2230
IF2240
IF3150
IF3151
II2240
MB3001
MK4101
MS3201
SR4208
TF3202
TI3004

19

TI3005

20
21

TI3201
TI4004

Subject
Astronomy andEnvironment
General Environmental Science
Interior Design Project Management
Art, Design & Environment
Design Management
Electric Machines
Power Electronics
Operating System
Data Bases
Project Management of Software
Human Computer Interaction
System Requirement Analisys
Environmental Management System
EnvironmentManagement System
Engineering Economics and Management
Art and Environment
Environment and Energy
Engineering Economics
Organization and Management of Industrial
Company
Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health
Industrial Management B

Credit
2
2
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2

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Minor Program
No

Code

Subject

1
2
3
4
5
6

ET3000
ET3001
ET3002
ET3005
ET3006
ET3007

Telecommunication 1
Electromagnetics II
Analog and Digital Communications Systems
Digital Communications
Discrete Time Signal Processing
Radio Frequency Electronics
Antenna & Wave Propagation
Total

Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
18

1
2
3
4
5
6

ET3001
ET3003
ET3004
ET3008
ET3009
ET3010

Telecommunication 2
Analog and Digital Communications Systems
Computer Networks
Telecommunication Traffic Engineering
Optical Communication Systems
Software Engineering
Connected Services & Cloud Computing
Total

3
3
3
3
3
3
12

The minor Program is offered to the following undergraduate programs:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Industrial Engineering
Informatics/Computer Science
Aerospace Engineering
Electrical Power Engineering
Information System and Technology
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Telecommunication Engineering Course Descriptions


ET2001. Discrete Structure (Credit 3)
The fundamental principles for understanding and applying Discrete Mathematics to
telecommunication engineering: Logic and Sets, Function and Sequence , Algorith, Numbering
Theory, Mathematical Reasoning, Counting and Probability, Relation, Graph and Application
Prerequisites: ET2003. Electric Circuit (Credit 3)
Lumped elements; Direct current analysis; Circuit theoremd; Operational amplifiers; First and
second order circuits, forced response and natural response, transient response and steady state
response; Alternating current circuits, single and three phase circuits; Magnetically coupled
circuit, frequency response, resonant circuit, filter concept; Fourier analysis, filter concepts, four
terminal networks, state space applications.
Prerequisites: MA1201 Mathematics IIA
ET2005. Digital System Design (Credit 3)
Fundamentals of digital logic design. Covers combinational and sequential logic circuits,
programmable logic devices, hardware description languages, and computer-aided design (CAD)
tools. Introduction to simulation and synthesis software and hands-on hardware design.
Prerequisites: EL1200 Introduction to Circuit Analysis
ET2000. Electromagnetic Fields I (Credit 3)
Maxwell equations in integral form , Maxwell equations in differential form, Maxwell equations
and wave propagation in materials, Static electric and magnetic fields.
Prerequisites: FI1201 Elementary Physics IIA, MA2074 Engineering Mathematics II
ET2002. Probability and Statistics (Credit 3)
An introduction to probability theory and mathematical statistics that emphasizes the probabilistic
foundations required to understand probability models, statistical methods, and its applications. Topics
covered will include Concept of probability, Random Variables, Discrete Probability Distributions,
Continuous Probability Distributions, Functions of Random Variables, Estimation Theory.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Mathematics IA, MA1201 Mathematics IIA
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ET2004. Continuous Time Signal Processing (Credit 3)


Continuous Time Signals and Systems; Linear Time Invariant Systems; Fourier Series and Fourier
Transform; Laplace Transform; Application to Analog Filter; Application to Analog Communication
Systems; Application to Linear Feedback Systems.
Prerequisites: ET2003 Electric Circuit
ET2006. Communication Electronics (Credit 3)
Introduction; Semiconductors; Diodes and diode circuits; Bipolar Junction Transistors and Field Effect
Transistors; Biasing circuits; Voltage Amplifiers : CE, CB and CC; Power Amplifiers; Frequency response
and bandwidth; Negative Feedback; Cascaded Amplifiers; Oscillators; Power Supply Circuits
Prerequisites: ET2003 Electric Circuit
Co-requisites: ET2200 Telecommunication Laboratory 2
ET3000. Electromagnetic Fields II (Credit 3)
Normal-incidence plane wave at plane boundaries; dOblique-incidence plane wave reflection and
transmission; Transmission line; Waveguide
Prerequisites: ET2000. Electromagnetic Fields I
ET3001. Analog and Digital Communication System (Credit 3)
Signal and Spectrum; Linear Continuous Wave Modulation; Exponential Continuous Wave Modulation;
Randpom Process and Noise; Noise in Linear and Exponential Modulation; Pulse Modulation;
Digitization Technique for Analog Signal; Baseband Digital Transmission
Prerequisites: ET2004. Continuous Time Signal Processing
ET3003. Computer Network (Credit 3)
Introduction to Computer Networks; Underlying technologies; Network layer; Transport layer;
Application layer; Next generation IP
Prerequisites: ET3004. Telecommunication Traffic Engineering (Credit 3)
Telecommunicaton traffic demand characteristics; Grade of Service; Telecommunication system
planning; Traffic Monitoring;
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ET3002. Digital Communication (Credit 3)


Random process and noise modeling; Baseband transmission; Signal space analysis; Passband digital
transmission; Synchronization; Channel coding; Intro. to spread spectrum; Intro. to orthogonal
frequency division multiplexing
Prerequisites: ET3001 Analog and Digital Communication Systems
ET3006. Radio Frequency Electronics (Credit 3)
Two-port Network; Analogue Filter; Impedance Matching Circuit; Waveguide; RF Signal Amplifier;
Oscillator, Mixer and PLL
Prerequisites: ET2006 Communication Electronics, ET3000 Electromagnetic Fields II
ET3007. Antenna and Wave Propagation (Credit 3)
Radio communication and antenna concepts; Antenna Array; Antenna types and characteristics;
Antenna measurement; Space wave propagation; Sky wave and ground wave
Prerequisites: ET3000 Electromagnetic Fields II
ET3008. Optical Communication System (Credit 3)
Telecommunication System Characteristics in Conductor Cable and its Components; Parameters &
Components of Low Frequency Transmission System; High Frequency Transmission Systems and Their
Components; Telecommunication Systems Characteristics in Fibre Optics and Its Component;
Measurement in Optical Communication Systems; First generation optical network; Second generation
optical network; Control and Management; Photonic Packet Switching; Optical Networks and the
Internet; System and optical network evolution.
Prerequisites: ET3010. Connected Services and Cloud Computing (Credit 3)
The Collision of Internet with Telco; The Web Services Ecosystem; The Future ( Mobile ) Services
Platform; Big Data and Real-Time Web; Real-Time and Right-Time Web; Modern Device Platforms;
Augmented Web; Cloud Computing, SaaS and PaaS; Operator Platform : Network as a Service.
Prerequisites: -

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ET4000. Industrial Experiences (Credit 2)


Industrial experience can be conducted by students who have completed at least 108 credit units in
their courseworks. Students are placed in industry for 2 months to gain industrial experience. At the
completion, students are required to submit the report to the coordinator.
ET4001. Final Project I & Seminar (Credit 2)
Preliminary investigation of real world problems in telecommunication engineering. Students submit
and give oral presentation on a significant project proposal outlining the background, problem
formulation, a proposed solution, a comprehensive literature review and detail implementation plan.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
ET4002. Final Project II (Credit 4)
Final Project II is taken by students who conduct research under guidance of one or two supervisor(s).
Normal time required to complete Final Project II is one semester. At the completion, students are
required to submit a report and to defend their work in the final project examination.
Prerequisite: ET4001 Final Project I & Seminar
ET4003. Selected Topics on Telecommunication (Credit 2)
Selected Topics on Telecommunication Industry and Businesses; Selected Topics on Professional Skills;
Special Lectures by Professionals and Practitioners
Prerequisite: ET4041. Multimedia Communication System (Credit 3)
Multimedia Communications: Multimedia information representation, Multimedia networks,
Multimedia Applications, Terminology; Text & Image Compression Principles: Lossless & Lossy
Compression, Entropy Encoding, Source Encoding; Text Compression: Static Huffman Coding, Dynamic
Huffman Coding, Arithmetic Coding, Dictionary Techniques; Image Compression: GIF, TIF, JPEG; Audio
Compression: DPCM, ADPCM, APC, LPC, Code-Excited LPC, Perceptual Coding; Video Compression:
Principles, H.261, H.263, MPEG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4; Video Communications & Video
Streaming: Applications, Characteristics, Problems, Error Resilient Video Coding; Protocols: RTSP, RCTP,
RTP, SIP, H.323; Multimedia in Converged Networks.
Prerequisite: -

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ET4061. Wireless Access Network (Credit 3)


Introduction to wireless communication system; Concept of cellular communication; Large scale
radiowave propagation (path loss); Small scale radiowave propagation (multipath); Mitigation
techniques of multipath propagation; Modulation techniques for wireless access network; Multiple
access technique for wireless access network; Planning and design of wireless access network;
Standard and technology of cellular communication system.
Prerequisite: -

ET4040. Economics, Business, Regulation & Policy of Telecommunications (Credit 3)


Telecommunicatiuon Industry & business global trend; Legal and Moral Philosophy; Economic
principles; State policy principles; Service licensing, interconnection and fair-competitionl;
Telecommunication service pricing; Frequency Management theory; Universal Access and Service
Prerequisites: ET4044. Programming of Mobile Devices (Credit 3)
Course Introduction; Introduction to Mobile Apps Development & Group Project ; Mobile Apps
Overview & Cases; Android App Inventor & Apps Gallery; Mobile Apps A Telco Perspective; Mobile
Ecosystems; Data-Driven Mobile Apps & Intro to Eclipse with ADT; Mobile Facts & Trends; Game App
Case: Corona SDK; Mobile & Hybrid Web Apps; Communication App Case: A System Perspective
Prerequisites: ET4045. Security of Telecommunication Networks (Credit 3)
Security objectives, goals categories, security mechanisms, security priciples, network security policies,
threats classification, hackers versus cracker, cryptography, e-mail security, web security, virus, worm
and trojan horse, hacking techniques.
Prerequisites: ET4058. Radar System and Navigation (Credit 3)
Introduction to radar systems: definition and description of radar, radar equation, radar frequency;
Prediction of radar range: range equation, definition and evaluation of range factors, system noise
temperature; CW and frequency modulated radar; MTI and pulse Doppler radar; Tracking system,
Detection of radar signal in noise.
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ET4064. Satellite and Terrestrial Communications Systems (Credit 3)


Introduction to Line of Sight Microwave Systems for Terrestrial Link; Characteristics of 1-100 GHz
Radio Propagations; Diagram Blocks and IDU/ODU Modules of Terrestrial Microwave Systems;
Network Planning of Terrestrial Microwave Radios; Introduction to Earth to Space and Satellite
Communication Systems; Earth and Space Segmen of Satellite Communciation Systems; Design of
Satellite Link and VSAT Network Planning
Prerequisites: ET3007 Antenna and Wave Propagation
ET4065. Broadcasting System (Credit 3)
Hystory and Development of Broadcasting Technology; Digital Broadcasting EncodingTechniques;
Spectrum Allocation and Broadcasting System Standard; Digital Video and Audio Compression;
Transmission System and Multiplexing of Digital TV; RF Consideration of Digital Terrestrial Television;
Single and Multi Frequency Network; Broadcasting Receiver System
Prerequisites: ET3001 Analog and Digital Communication System, ET3002 Digital Communication
ET4066. Telemetry System (Credit 3)
Telemetry system definition; Analog frequency modulation: Design FM/FM; Proportional bandwidth,
constant bandwidth; PCM/FM: Design parameter, BER performance; Hybrid system PCM/FM/FM plus
FM/FM; Binary digital communication and spread spectrum.
Prerequisites:
ET4140. Queueing Network (Credit 3)
Introduction and Probability Review; Introduction to Queueing Systems; Markov Processes: Discrete &
Continuous; Single Markovian Queueing Systems; Semi-Markovian Queueing Systems; Open Queueing
Networks; Closed Queueing Networks; Markov-Modulated Arrival Process; Queueing Theory for
Tetetraffic Analysis
Prerequisites: ET2002 Probability and Statistics
ET4144. Telecommunication Network Management (Credit 3)
Overview of network management from business and technical perspective, activity and tools to run
the network, basic component and its role in network management, network management,
information of network management, communication pattern of network management, protocol for
network management, organizations of network management, service level management,
measurement and efefctivity of network management.
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ET4160. Telecommunication Project Management (Credit 3)


Projects in Telecommunication Services, Categories of Projects in Telecommunication Services,
Characteristics of Telecommunication Service Projects; Standards and Innovation in
Telecommunication Services; The Project Management Context, Organization of the Project Team,
Functional, Matrix, Projectized; Scope Management, Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Sources of
Scope Change; Time and Cost Management; Information and Communication Management;
Resources Management, Team Building, Conflict Resolution; Quality Management, Quality Plan;
Vendor Management ; Risk Management; Service Development, Design and Procurement.
Prerequisites:

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