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Kimia Fisika (H. Setyawan, ITS Press, 2013)

The field of chemical engineering has broadened from the traditional one, that based on petroleum and petrochemical industries, to be an interdisciplinary area. We aim to advance chemical engineering education through advanced research in electrochemical engineering and particle technology by addressing issues on materials processing for energy, biomedical, environmental and agriculture.

We conduct research on synthesis of particles by electrochemical and sol-gel method, coating for corrosion protection and thin film, recovery of valuable materials from waste such as silica from bagasse ash and geothermal sludge to be converted into advanced materials, e.g. silica aerogel, amine-grafted silica for CO2 adsorbent, etc.

Lab Topics

Recent Publications

An experimental and theoretical investigation of the formation of hydroxyapatite particles prepared by an electrochemical method (J. Chem. Eng. Japan, 49, 144-151, 2016)


PEG-templated mesoporous silicas using silicate precursor and their applications in desiccant dehumidification cooling systems (Micropor. Mesopor. Mat. 218, 95-100, 2015)


Synthesis of mesoporous silica with controlled pore structure from bagasse ash as a silica source (Coll. Surf. A 476, 1-7, 2015)



Further information:

Heru Setyawan
Department of Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Industrial Technology
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS)
Kampus ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya 60111, Indonesia
tel.: +62-31-5946240
fax: +62-31-5999282
E-mail: sheru@chem-eng.its.ac.id

University website     Dept. Chemical Engineering website

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