The 4th IJJSS will be held on September 29 – October 1, 2010 at Bali, Indonesia, which Universitas Indonesia as the host of this symposium. This event is a continuation of the same two previous events, started at 2004 as realization of agreement between Chiba University and Universitas Indonesia. This symposium will provide an occasion to share and discuss various issues in comprehensive coverage of scientific and technology.
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The main objectives of this event are to provide a meeting that will enforce progress, stimulate growth and advance the state of knowledge between students and researcher from universities in Japan and Indonesia. Also, this event provides a forum for discussion of new ideas, research, development and applications, including techniques and methods to stimulate and inspired pioneering works.
|Keynote Speaker I
|” Brief History of Autonomous Flying Robots at Chiba University”
By Prof. K.Nonami, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chiba University, 1-33 Yayoi-cho, Inage-ku, Chiba 263-8522, JAPAN
The advance in robotics has boosted the application of autonomous vehicles to perform tedious and risky tasks or to be cost-effective substitutes for their human counterparts. Based on their working environment, a rough classification of the autonomous vehicles would include unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), and autonomous surface vehicles (ASVs). This paper presents the recent activities for this autonomous robots area including autonomous manipulator robots at Chiba University.
Keywords—Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Micro Aerial Vehicles (UAVs and MAVs), Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs), Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs),Autonomous Dual Manipulator Robot.
|Keynote Speaker II||“Indonesian Energy Balance Strategy in the future Based on Local Characteristics and Condition”, by Prof. Dr. Ir. Raldi Artono Koestoer DEA and Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Sugiarto, M.Eng., Department of Mechanical Engineering, Universitas Indonesia.|
Future energy strategy of a country such Indonesia, should have to considere many local characteristics and condition. The problems must be explored and discussed from many points of view. The most important one, is in the supply sides, which is mainly nowadays supported by a fosil fuel such as oil, gas and coal. The availability of resources is limited and the environment impact due to the greedy exploitation and exploration, sometime could not be afforded by the local condition. The renewable resources such as biofuel, as well as solar and wind, must be developed faster in the industrial level
From the demand side (application and user) another characteristic appear. Mostly Indonesian industry were build in Java island, almost 60% of population (144 million people) also stay in Java Island, so as a consequence consumption of energy 80% is in Jamali island (Java, Madura and Bali). It means eventhough there are a lot of coal resources in Sumatra and Kalimantan, a very long transportation should be prepared to many location in Java island. As a matter a fact user in household, transportation and industry, would rather contribute their behavior in imbalancing the strategy. New energy including Nuclear, OTEC, tidal and other, in the next utilisation, must be taken into account due to many local potential in remote region.
Balance in considering many factors should be considered for the next 10 to 15 years in the future. Domestic utlisation of resources seems more important than that of income of the country from exporting natural resources.
Beside served as professor in University of Indonesia, he is also active in writing scientific publication. Several scientific publications produced by him, among others, Combustion Study of Non-Carbonized Coal Briquette, Hydraulics Transport of Mud Slurry Flows in a Spiral Pipe, Research and Business Development Baby Incubator, Development of Broiler Chicken Compartment Heating System (DOC) Using Insulated Burner, Influence of Convection Fluid Heat Transfer Coefficient Convection with Nano-Particle Suspension Water (A12O3) on Fintube Heat Exchanger, Waste Peltier Element Two-Storied on the Application of Vaccines Box, the Increase of Film Condensation Heat Transfer Coefficient on a Vertical Cylindrical Condenser with Nanofluida A12O3 – Water as Cooling Fluid, Exergy Analysis of Steam Power Perfomance By Utilizing Thermal Plant Waste to Elect.
His first book was about computers and published in 1988. Then, the second book was published in 1994 titled Sistem dan Aliran Dua Fase (Two Phase System and Flows), and there was another books written in Heat Transfer field. He wrote proximally 40 national papers, and 4 international papers. He has given Heat Transfer lecture since 1985 and finished it in 2004. He also experts in Measurement Techniques, Research Methodology, and this year he gives Engineering Professional Study lecture. In 2006, he started produce medical equipments (Baby Incubator), and until July 2007 he has produced 30 incubators.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Sugiarto M. Eng— is Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia. Born 13 July 1961 in Jakarta, he completed his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering at FTUI in 1985. Then he completed his Master and Doctoral degree at Mechanical Engineering Department, Hokaido University, Japan in 1991 and1994 respectively.
He started his research and study since receiving research fund from study of Pertamina lubricant product profile (1995), research fund from Osaka Gas Foundation (1995). In 2000, research on Biofuel was started with his colleagues from BTMP-BPPT. In 2004 with his colleagues from Gas Petrochemicals Engineering he started research on BIOADITIVE and continued with BIOGASOLINE. In the year 2006, with colleagues from Transportation laboratory department of civil engineering, study of SPBU-SPBG master plan policy from DKI Jakarta City Planning Department was started.
His teaching career was started since 1986. Now he is still teaching internal combustion engine in Mechanical Engineering Department Universitas Indonesia. There are a lot of his works in either Journals or International and National Presentation such as Fire Safety Improvement of Rumah Toko Building by Smoke Shaft Systems; Flame Height of The Propane Flame Lift-Up; The Effect of Additional LPG in 4-Stroke Motor Cycle Engine Performance; Study of Biodiesel of Coconut and Corn Ethyl Ester Use by Processing with The Processor Series type in Diesel Engine Performance; The Influence of Additive Fuel and Lubrication for Gasoline Engine Performance and Exhaust Emissions, The 7th QIR 2004, QIR-FTUI-2004; “Analisa Hasil Uji Petik Emisi Kendaraan Lama di Jakarta ( Analysis of Old Vehicle Emission Result in Jakarta ) “, Jurnal Teknologi Desember 2004, FTUI – 2004; “Study Of Energy Alternative and Low Emissions Vehicle for Dual fuel Indirect Fuel Injection System”, Proc.Indonesia-Japan Joint scientific Symp.2004,Chiba University 20-22 Oct.2004; “Effect of Oxygenate as a Fuel Additive on VCR Engine Performance”, ICEE-2007,10-11 May 2007, Phuket Thailand; and a book titled “Buku Motor Pembakaran Dalam (Book of Internal Combustion Engine)”, Bambang Sugiarto ISBN: 979 97726-7-2.
|Keynote Speaker III||“Wearable Antennas for Body-Centric Wireless Communications “, by Prof. Takashi Ohira, IEEE Fellow, Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT), Japan|
|BIOGRAPHY Koichi Ito was born in Nagoya, Japan and received the B.S. and M.S. degrees from Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, in 1974 and 1976, respectively, and the D.E. degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan, in 1985, all in electrical engineering. From 1976 to 1979, he was a Research Associate at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. From 1979 to 1989, he was a Research Associate at Chiba University. From 1989 to 1997, he was an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Chiba University, and is currently a Professor at the Department of Medical System Engineering, Chiba University. From 2005 to 2009, he was Deputy Vice-President for Research, Chiba University. From 2008 to 2009, he was Vice-Dean of the Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University. Since April 2009, he has been appointed as Director of Research Center for Frontier Medical Engineering, Chiba University. In 1989, 1994, and 1998, he visited the University of Rennes I, France, as an Invited Professor.
His main research interests include analysis and design of printed antennas and small antennas for mobile communications, research on evaluation of the interaction between electromagnetic fields and the human body by use of numerical and experimental phantoms, microwave antennas for medical applications such as cancer treatment, and antenna systems for body-centric wireless communications.
Professor Ito is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the IEICE and a member of AAAS, the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS), the Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers of Japan (ITE) and the Japanese Society for Thermal Medicine. He served as Chair of the Technical Group on Radio and Optical Transmissions, ITE from 1997 to 2001, Chair of the Technical Committee on Human Phantoms for Electromagnetics, IEICE from 1998 to 2006, Chair of the IEEE AP-S Japan Chapter from 2001 to 2002, TPC Co-Chair of the 2006 IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Technology (iWAT2006), Vice-Chair of the 2007 International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP2007) in. Japan, General Chair of iWAT2008, Co-Chair of ISAP2008 and an AdCom member for the IEEE AP-S from 2007 to 2009. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE AP-S, and Chair of the Technical Committee on Antennas and Propagation, IEICE. He has been appointed as General Chair of ISAP2012 to be held in Nagoya, Japan in 2012.
|Keynote Speaker IV||” Wavelet Transform as a Tool in Signal Processing: Its application in Medical Images “, by Prof. Dadang Gunawan, Wireless and Signal Processing (WASP) Research Group, Electrical Engineering Department – University of Indonesia.|
Nowadays signal processing has been created a significant effect. Signal processing can be found everywhere: in home appliances, in Cell Phone, TVs, Automobile, GPSs, Modem Scanner, and All kind of Communication Systems and Electronic Devices, and even in Medical Equipments. Technological advancement in recent years has proclaimed a new golden age for signal processing . In medical imaging, the application of signal processing i.e. Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is also having a major impact on advancing the state of the art. The advantages of DSP are well established: They operate in real time, they are highly reliable, and they are very energy efficient. They are also relatively inexpensive . One of tool in signal processing is transform, i.e., wavelet transform. The wavelet transform has become a popular for performing in many applications, including image processing; especially in removing noise, smoothing, segmenting, feature extraction, interpolating, pattern recognition, etc., from images. This paper describes the results of previous work and research is being done related to the wavelet transform of its applications in medical imaging
Professor Dadang Gunawan holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from University of Tasmania, Hobart–Australia, graduated in 1995. He holds a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Electrical Engineering from KEIO University, Tokyo–Japan, graduated in 1989. And, he also holds Insinyur Degree (Ir.) from University of Indonesia, graduated in 1983. In 2004, he promoted to be a permanent professor in Electrical Engineering Department University of Indonesia
Since 1983 till now, he served as a Lecturer in Electrical Engineering Department University of Indonesia. His interested areas include Signal Processing and Wavelet Transform, Image and Video Compression, Coding and Transmission, Audio and Speech Coding, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Object Classification, Signal Recovery, Noise Cancellation, Wireless and Multimedia Communication
From 2008-now, professor Dadang served as the Head of Telecommunication Laboratory Electrical Engineering Department University of Indonesia. From 2004-07, he served as the Vice Director for Academic Venture Institution Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia. From 2000- 2004, he served as the Vice Dean for General administration & Finance Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia. From 1998-2000, he served as Secretary of Postgraduate Electrical Engineering Study Program University of Indonesia. From 1996-98, he served as the Assistant for Academic of Head Electrical Engineering Department University of Indonesia
Since 1998 till now, he served as Reviewer of Journal Technology Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia and Quality of Research Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia. He served temporarily as reviewer for National & International Seminar/Conferences. He also served temporarily as reviewer for Dissertation of Doctor in Bandung Institute of Technology, and some of overseas University
Prof Dadang has published over one hundred papers in National & International Journal, Proceeding of Seminar/Conferences as either first Author or second and third Authors.
Professor Dadang’s awards include the award of services Satyalencana Karya Satya XX; Multi Years Research Grand Award of University Research for Graduate Education (URGE) Higher Education of Directorate General Ministry of Education & Culture Republic Indonesia; Research Grand from TORAY Indonesia. The Best Researcher 1995 Awards, for research activity in Science and Engineering, University of Indonesia; The Best of Selected Publish in International Journal 1995 Awards, University of Indonesia; Finalist of the Young Researcher 1995/96 Awards, the Indonesia Institute of Science & Technology (LIPI).