Students presented their progress this time were Nanik Astuti Rachman (D2): Amine grafting on silica from bagasse ash Sri Muljanie (D3): Effect of aging and pH on the properties of silica gel from geothermal sludge Adrian Nur (D2): Electrochemical synthesis of nano-sized particles of hidroxyapatite Vania Mitha (M1): Review a paper on characterization of proton … Continue reading Lab Seminar 9 June 2012
Three of our students (Laksmi Dewi Kasmiarno, Metra Fitri Rizkiana & Febryan Harmansyah) were accepted for National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) Fall 2012 Admission for International Degree Students as master students at the Department of Chemical Engineering. The information can be read in the website of the Office of International Affairs NCKU. Congratulations.
We have seminar periodically to monitor the progress of research works carried out by our students. In this seminar, students present the progress of their research works for about 10 min each and continued by discussion. Saturday, 26 May 2012: Rian/Ririn - Electrophoretic deposition of nanosilica on steel surface for corrosion protection Reyhan/Junita - Synthesis … Continue reading Lab Seminar 26 May 2012
Our students presented papers on "National Seminar on the Progress on Research and Technology in Industrial Field" held by Research Center for Engineering Science, Gajah Mada University in May 16, 2012. This seminar was aimed to discuss and share information about the recent progress on research and technology on industries in Indonesia. The students who … Continue reading Present papers on a symposium
Today is a busy day for us: (i) qualification exam, (ii) presentation of poster papers, and (iii) monitoring and evaluation of PKM-P (Students Creativity Program-Research). Adrian Nur (doctoral student) took a qualification exam to be a doctoral candidate. The exam started from 11.00 a.m. and finished at 12.30 p.m. The examiners were Prof. Sugeng Winardi … Continue reading Qualification exam and poster papers
We have succesfully produced silica gel from bagasse ash (boiler waste of cane sugar mills) by a simple low-energy chemical method. We published the results on Advanced Powder Technology, a reputable scientific journal published by Elsevier BV on behalf of The Society of Powder Technology Japan. The method can be an alternative for the commercial … Continue reading Silica gel from bagasse ash
We have successfully synthesized magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticles and SiO2-coated magnetite nanoparticles by an enviromentally friendly electrochemical method. The results have been published in: (i) Advanced Powder Technology and (ii) Journal of Nanoparticle Research. Below is summary of the articles Advanced Powder Technology (2011), in press Synthesis of magnetite nanoparticles by surfactant-free electrochemical method in an … Continue reading Electrosynthesis of magnetite nanoparticles