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Electrical Engineering Program - STEI ITB
Table of Content
Table of Contents
Contents
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Table of contents
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Welcome Message from the Dean
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The School in Brief
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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 Program’s 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 Engineering 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
Introduction
Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects
Program Structures
Course Descriptions
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Telecommunication Engineering Program
Introduction
Program Educational Objective
Program Outcomes
Career Prospects
Program Structures
Course Descriptions
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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 Engineering (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 2008 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, 17 Juli 2012
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 Engineering 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 in informatics engineering (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 master’s programs and one doctoral program.The overall SEEI’s 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 master’s degree from prominent universities around the world, which bring international
cultures and best practice into the school’s 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 ITB’s central
library, SEEI’s 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 Indonesia’s development.
• To educate graduates so that they can function as the engine of the nation’s 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
Chairman of Bachelor Programs
Electrical
Engineering
Electrical Power
Engineering
Ir. Arief Syaichu
Rohman, M.Sc, PhD.
Dr.Ir. Muhammad
Nurdin
Telecommunication
Engineering
Dr.Ir. Adit Kurniawan,
M.Eng
Informatics
Engineering
Information System
& Technology
Ayu Purwarianti,
ST,MT, Ph.D
Dr. Ir. Ary Akhmad
Arman, MT.
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Undergraduate Program’s Coordinator Team
Electrical Engineering
Chair
:
Ir. Arief Syaichu Rohman, M.Sc, PhD
Academic and Curriculum
:
Dr.Ir. Eniman Y. Syamsuddin
Dr. Widyawardana Adiprawita
Dr. Waskita Adijarto
Capstone Design
:
Dr.Ir. Ary Setijadi
Dr.Ir. Mervin T. Hutabarat
Dr.Ir. Arif Sasongko
Lab & Courses Assistant
:
Dr.Ir. Emir Husni
Internship and Co-op
:
Dr.Ir. Aciek Ida Wuryandari
Dr. Pranoto H. Rusmin
Students and Alumnae
:
Dr.Ir. Agung Harsoyo
Ir. Mohammad Anis Rosidi
Electrical Power Engineering
Chair
:
Dr.Ir. Muhammad Nurdin
Academic and Curriculum
:
Dr.Dipl.Ing. Reynaldo Zoro
Dr.Ir. Pekik Argo Dahono
Dr.Ir. Gibson Hilman Sianipar
Dr.Ir. Syarif Hidayat
Dr. Yusra Sabri
Dr. Agus Purwadi
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Capstone Design
:
Dr. Tri Desmana Rachmildha
Dr. Deny Hamdani, MT.
Lab & Courses Assistant
:
Dr. Tri Desmana Rachmildha
Internship and Co-op
:
Dr.Ir. Mukmin W. Atmoprawiro
Dr. Deni Hamdani, ST., MT
Students and Alumnae
:
Dr.Ir. Nanang Hariyanto
Dr. Tridesmana Rachmildha
Telecommunications Engineering
Chair
:
Dr.Ir. Adit Kurniawan, M.Eng
Academic and Curriculum
:
Dr.Ir. Suhartono Tjondronegoro
Dr.Ir. Hendrawan
Dr. Tutun Juhana
Dr. M. Sigit Arifianto
Capstone Design
:
Dr. Effrina Yanti Hamid
Ir. Sigit Haryadi, MT.
Lab & Courses Assistant
:
Dr. Tutun Juhana
Dr.Ir. Achmad Munir
Internship and Co-op
:
Dr.Ir. Eueung Mulyana
Dr. M. Sigit Arifianto,
Students and Alumnae
:
Dr. Tutun Juhana
Dr. Joko Suryana
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Informatics Engineering
Chair
:
Ayu Purwarianti, ST, MT, Ph.D
Academic and Curriculum
:
Dr. Nur Ulfa Maulidevi
Dr. Achmad Imam Kistijantoro
Dr. Rinaldi Munir
Dr. techn. Saiful Akbar
Tricya E. Widagdo, M.Sc
Yani Widyani, MT.
Capstone Design
:
Fazat Nur Azizah, M.Sc.
Masayu Leylia Khodra, MT.
Lab & Courses Assistant
:
Riza Satria Perdana, MT.
Adi Mulyanto, MT.
Internship and Co-op
:
Dr. GA. Putri Saptawati
Dra. Harlili, MSc
Students and Alumnae
:
Dr. techn Saiful Akbar
Riza Satria Perdana, MT.
Ir. Windy Gambetta
Information System and Technology
Chair
:
Dr.Ir. Ary Akhmad Arman,MT.
Academic and Curriculum
:
Ir. Kridanto Surendro, Ph.D.
Dr. Suhardi
Dra. Christine Suryadi, MT
Capstone Design
:
Dra. Harlili, M.Sc.
Peb Ruswono Aryan, MT.
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Lab & Courses Assistant
:
Peb Ruswono Aryan, MT.
Internship and Co-op
:
Dr. Yusep Rosmansyah
Students and Alumnae
:
Dr. Achmad Imam Kistijantoro
Dr. Y. Bandung
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Section Head Personnel
Administration
Staffs
Academic
Siti Jenab S., S.Sos.
Information System
R. Tedi Kusmawan, ST.
Ade Taryat
Rasidi
Titi Ratri
Dede Bagja
Diana H.
Taopik
Hidayat,
Ojang Karya S.
Nurhayati
Dian Irmayani
Mistriana
M. Rian Noviansyah
Satrio Adhi Permana
Head of Office
Srimiati, M.Si.
Infrastructure
Nendah Jubaedah.
Finance
Abdul Hamid,
Dedi Ruhendi,
Farah Dewi A.
Aliza Frida,
Reni Wijayani,
Unnike Cawana
Lia Juliyanti
Sofyan Qamaruzzaman
Sri Noviani, M.Ak.
Rita Puspawati
Human Resources
Pipit Raip Pitria, S.IP
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Advisory Board
Advisory Board in the School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics serves as the School’s
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. Chevron Pacific Indonesia
PT. Telkom (Persero) Tbk
PT. Inti (Persero) Tbk
Ir. Arief Yahya, M.Sc
Ir. Irfan Setiaputra
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
Prof. of Computer Security at
Sangmyung University Korea
PT. Quasar Cipta Mandiri
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Ir. Rizkan Chandra, MBA
Ir. Yana Suryana Rahardja, MBA
Prof. John Choi, Ph.D
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STEI ITB
SEEI ITB
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Dr. Ir. Jaka Sembiring
Prof. Adrian Venema
Ir. Rinaldi Firmansyah, MBA
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Research Group
Biomedical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Control and Computer System
Electrical Power Engineering
Electronics
Informatics
Information Technology
Software & Data Engineering
Telecommunication Engineering
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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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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: Dr.Ir. Aciek Ida (chair), Prof.Dr.Ir. Kuspriyanto, 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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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: Dr. Iyas Munawar (chair), Prof.Dr. Carmadi Machbub, Prof.Dr. Bambang Riyanto,
Dr. Hilwadi Hindersah, Dr. Arief Syaichu Rohman, Dr. Dimitri Mahayana, Dr. Agung Harsoyo,
Dr. Pranoto H. Rusmin, Dr. Devi Putra
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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, Dr. Reynaldo Zoro, Dr.
Bambang Anggoro, Dr. Gibson Sianipar, Prof.Dr. Suwarno, Dr. Mukmin Widyanto, Dr. Djoko
Darwanto, Dr. Pekik A. Dahono, Dr. Muhammad Nurdin, Dr. Yusra Sabri, Dr. Isnuwardianto, Dr. Syarif
Hidayat, Dr. Nanang Hariyanto, Dr. Redy Mardiana, Dr. Agus Purwadi, Deny Hamdani, M.Sc., Dr.
Umar Khayam, Dr. Tri Desmana R.
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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: Dr. Trio Adiono (chair), Prof.Dr. Adang Suwandi Ahmad, 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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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:
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Prototype System for Search and Markets
Competitive Local Products.
Distributed Digital Learning.
GPU-based high performance computing.
Learning Model in Low-Bandwidth Virtual
Classroom.
Automatic Summarization for Survey
Paper.
Intelligent System for Promoting SME
Handicraft Development.
Spatial Inference Engine.
System Monitoring using Embedded
Linux.
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Study and Implementation of
Handwritten Text Recognition based on
Spatial Relation.
Collaborative System.
Governance System.
Intelligent Sensor Network for
Earthquake Monitoring.
Automatic Scientific Paper Summarization
using Rhetorical Doc Profile
Representation.
Knowledge Management System.
Interactivity-based System Design.
Virtual Community for Community
Development.
Faculty: Ir. Afwarman, M.Sc., Ph.D. (chair), Prof.Dr.Ing.Ir. Iping Supriana, 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.,
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Dra. Harlili S., M.Sc., Dr. Rinaldi Munir, 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 Ruswono Aryan, ST, MT.
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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, Dr. Bambang
Pharmasetiawan, Dr. Suhardi, Armein Z. R. Langi, Ph.D., 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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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: Hira Laksmiwati, M.Sc. (chair), Prof.Dr. Benhard Sitohang, 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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Telecommunication Engineering Scientific and Research Group (TESRG)
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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, Adaptive
Modulations.
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: Dr. Suhartono Tjondronegoro (chair), Dr. Sugihartono, Ir. Endon Bharata, MT., Ir.
Bambang Krisnarno. MT., , Dr. Nana Rachmana Syambas, Ir. Sigit Haryadi, MT., Dr.Adit Kurniawan,
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.
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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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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 one’s 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, for example through Erasmus Mundus
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SEEI Centers
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 (SoftwareDefined 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 ITB-Alumnae 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 compressive-sensing subsurface radar for through-wall
and ground-penetrating applications.
The most recent activity is to develop planar
reflector using textured surfaces, metamaterialbased 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.
SOM for LNB application
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
Basic of Electrical Engineering
Basic of Informatics Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Computational Science & Engineering
Graphics & Artificial Intelligence
High Voltage & High Current
Information System
Power System & Electrical Distribution
Laoratory
Computer Systems & Control
Programming
Database
Radio Telecommunications and Microwave
Distributed Systems
Signal & System
Electrical Energy Conversion
Software Engineering
Electronics & Component
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 Engineering Laboratory
Basic of Informatics Engineering 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 objectoriented 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); large-scale 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 Engineering
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 degree. All new students admitted in the school of electrical engineering
& informatics 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 and electronic circuit fundamental. 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
Code
MA1101
FI1101
KI1101
KU1101
KU1071
KU102X
Subject
Calculus I
Elementary Physics IA
Basic Chemistry I A
Integrated Science 1
Introduction to Information Technology A
English
Credit
4
4
3
2
2
2
Total
17
Subject
Calculus II
Elementary Physics IIA
Basic Chemistry II A
Natural and Universe Systems
Sports
Scientific Writing
Fundamental of Electric Circuits
Credit
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA1201
FI1201
KI1201
KU1201
KU1001
KU1011
EL1092
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The remaining 108 credits can be completed within the next three years without “D” or “E” grade. The
curriculum structure for all study programs at SEEI is as follows:
Subject Classification
Freshman year courses
ITB’s compulsory courses
SEEI’s compulsory courses
Program-specific courses
Industrial Training (internship/co-op)
Final Project /Capstone Design
Total Credit
Credit
36
10
10
80
2
6
144
The ITB’s compulsory courses consist of Religion & Ethics (2 credits) and Pancasila & Civic Education (2
credits) as well as environmental elective (3 credits) and management elective (3 credits). The school
compulsory courses include Engineering Mathematics I (3 credits), Probability & Statistics (3 credits),
Digital Systems (3 credits) and Digital Systems Laboratory (1 credit). The detail curriculum structures
(excluding the freshman year courses) for each study program are described in the corresponding study
program description chapter.
All undergraduate students are required to take industrial training 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 is to give 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.
The undergraduate program educational objective, outcomes, curriculum and courses are reviewed on
regular basis by Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. The continuous improvement of the programs
are determined with input from stakeholders (faculty, employers, students and alumnus).
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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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Electrical Engineering Program
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
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
EL2093
EL2193
EL2095
EL2195
MA2072
EL2091
IF2030
Subject
Electric Circuits
Electric Circuit Laboratory
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics I
Discrete Structure
Algorithm & Data Structure
Credit
3
1
3
1
3
3
4
Total
18
Pre-Req
-
Subject
Electromagnetic Fields
Electronics
Electronics Laboratory
Engineering Mathematics II
Signal & Systems
Probability & Statistics
Religion & Ethics
Credit
3
3
1
3
3
3
2
Total
18
Pre-Req
-
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
EL2090
EL2040
EL2140
MA2074
EL2094
EL2092
KU206X
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Electrical Engineering Program
JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
Code
Subject
Breadth Electives
Non Major Elective
Credit
14
3
Total
17
Pre-Req
-
Subject
Breadth Electives
Technical Electives
Non Major Elective
Credit
3
13
3
Total
19
Pre-Req
-
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
Code
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Electrical Engineering Program
SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
EL4096
EL4092
Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Engineering Ethics & Selected Topics
Technical Electives
Basic Science Elective
Environmental Elective
Non Major Elective
Credit
2
2
6
3
3
3
Total
17
Pre-Req
-
Subject
Final Project II (Capstone Design)
Industrial Experiences
Technical Electives
Management Elective
Pancasila and Civic Education
Credit
4
2
6
3
2
Total
18
Pre-Req
-
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
Code
EL4099
EL4091
KU2071
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Electrical Engineering Program
Breadth Electives for Electrical Engineering
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Code
EL3095
EL3004
EL3092
EL3192
EL3096
EL3040
EL3020
EL3120
EL3010
EL3110
EL3000
ET3081
ET3180
EP3076
EP3720
Subject
Electrical Engineering Material
Biomaterial
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
Microprocessor System and Laboratory
Analog & Mixed Signal Electronics
Control Systems
Control System Laboratory
Computer System Architecture
Computer System Architecture Laboratory
Fundamental of Biomedical Engineering & Lab
Communication Systems
Communication Systems Laboratory
Power Systems Analysis
Power Systems Analysis Laboratory
Credit
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
1
3
1
3
3
1
3
1
Pre-Req
-
The selection of breadth electives is based on the following guidelines:
1. Select 5 out of 9 course groups.
2. If a particular course has a laboratory work then both the course and its corresponding
laboratory work must be taken.
3. For course group 1, select either EL3095 or EL3004 and not both.
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Technical Electives for Electrical Engineering
No Code
1 EL3000
2 EL3002
3 EL3006
4 EL3008
5 EL3011
6 EL3012
7 EL3013
8 EL3014
9 EL3015
10 EL3016
11 EL3022
12 EL3041
13 EL3042
14 EL3043
15 EL3044
16 EL3046
17 EL3080
18 EL3097
19 EL3222
20 EL3246
21 EL4000
22 EL4001
23 EL4002
24 EL4003
25 EL4004
26 EL4005
27 EL4006
28 EL4010
Subject
Fundamental of Biomedical Engineering & Laboratory
Biomedical Instrumentations
Physics of Biomedical
Digital Image Processing
Design of Sequential Circuits
Interfacing and Peripheral
Design of Operating Systems
Design of Digital Systems
Problem Solving with C Language
Design of Networks Software
Control Systems Instrumentation
Radio Frequency Microelectronics
Semiconductor Devices
Digital Processor Structure
Instrumentation Systems
Design of Embedded Systems
Electromagnetic II
Computer Networks
Control System Instrumentation Laboratory
Design of Embedded Systems Laboratory
Biomedical System Design
Medical Informatics
Sensor and Tranducers
Modeling & Simulation of Physiology Systems
Biomechanics
Stochastics Biomedical Signal Processing
EM Wave & Ultrasonics in BME
Computer System Architecture II
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Pre-Req
-
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Technical Electives for Electrical Engineering (cont’d)
No Code
29 EL4011
30 EL4012
31 EL4013
32 EL4014
33 EL4021
34 EL4022
35 EL4023
36 EL4024
37 EL4025
38 EL4026
39 EL4040
40 EL4041
41 EL4042
42 EL4043
43 EL4044
44 EL4045
45 EL4046
46 EL4093
47 EL4097
48 EL4122
49 EL4193
50 EL4293
Subject
Problem Solving with OOP
High Performance Computer Design
Multimedia Systems
Computer Graphics and GPU Programming
Multivariable Control Systems
Digital Control Systems
Robotics
Electrical Drives
Mechatronics
Intelligence Control Systems
VLSI Systems Design
IC Technology
Design of Analog & Mixed Signal's IC
Network of Embedded Systems
Avionics Systems
Analysis & Design of Digital IC
Special Topics in Electronics Engineering
Industrial Cooperative
Advanced Computer Networks
Digital Control System Laboratory
Industrial Cooperative
Industrial Cooperative
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
6
9
Pre-Req
-
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Basic Science Elective Courses
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Code
SI2131
FI2103
FI2203
BM2103
BI2102
TL2203
EL3001
MS2041
Subject
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
Special Relativity Theory
Thermodynamics
Biophysics
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
Environmental Microbiology
Fundamental of Anatomy and Physiology
Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Pre-Req
-
Credit
3
3
3
Pre-Req
-
Credit
3
3
3
Pre-Req
-
-
Management Elective Courses
No
1
2
3
Code
TI4051
TI5052
TI4002
Subject
Industrial Management
Funding Management and Engineering
Industrial Engineering Management
-
Environmental Elective Courses
No
1
2
3
Code
TL2105
TL
TL
Subject
Environmental Health
Environmental Engineering
Introduction to Environmental Impact Analysis
-
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Electrical Engineering Course Descriptions
EL1092. Basic Electric Circuit (credit 2)
Introduction.The quantities of electricity. Signal model and device model. Ohm's and Kirchhoff's
law, series and parallel connection, an equivalent circuit, voltage divider and current divider.
Theorem circuit: proportionality, superposition, Thevenin's and Norton's theorem, Tellegen
theorem. Methods of analysis: the unit of output, reduction circuits, superposition, voltage node.
Direct current measurement circuit, a series of direct current energy processing, signal
processing circuit. AC circuit steady state: phasor concept and the concept of impedance, power
analysis. Balanced three phase system. Lecture developments in electrical engineering.
Prerequisites: MA1101 Calculus I and FI1101 Basic Physics I
EL2040. Electronics (Credit 3)
Introduction to electronics; diode: operation mode, current-voltage characteristics, circuit
modelling and analysis. Bipolar junction transistor (BJT): operation mode, current-voltage
characteristics, modelling, and circuit analysis, a single stage amplifier, the transistor as a switch;
Field Effect Transistor (FET): operation mode, current-voltage characteristics, modelling and
circuit analysis, amplifier single phase, inverter logic gates and analogue switches, other types of
FET; Families logic circuits: Bipolar and CMOS.
Prerequisites:EL2093 Electric Circuit
EL2090. Electromagnetic(Credit 3)
Vector analysis, integral and broad lines, the concept of electric and magnetic fields, Maxwell's
law, plane waves, electromagnetic materials, boundary conditions, Pointing vector, static
electromagnetic.
Prerequisites: MA2074 Engineering Mathematics IIand EL2093 Electric Circuit
EL2091. Discrete Structure (Credit 3)
Logic, sets, functions, algorithms, integer, arithmetical reasoning, counting, relations, graphs,
tree structures, semigroup and the group, modeling computations.
Prerequisites: -
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EL2092. 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.
Prerequisites: MA1201 Calculus II
EL2093. Electric Circuits (Credit 3)
Kirchoff law, Tellegen's theorem, two-pole element linear and nonlinear, small-signal analysis,
the representation of two-pole element, the element of a multi-polar, nonlinear operational
amplifier circuits, node equations, Tableau equations, superposition theorem, Thevenin and
Norton equivalent circuits, theorems representation of two-pole element, first-order circuit,
second-order circuit, input response, linear and nonlinear state equations, sinusoidal steady state
analysis.
Prerequisites: EL1092 Basic Electric Circuit
EL2094. Signal & Systems (Credit 3)
Signal and system representation is declarative and imperative; State machines and their
composition; linear systems; hybrid system; Domains frequency and frequency response, Fourier
analysis, sampling and reconstruction; Laplace and Z transforms; applications: filtering,
modulation, feedback control .
Prerequisites: MA1201 Calculus II
EL2095. Digital Systems (Credit 3)
Fundamentals of digital logic design. Covers combinational and sequential logic circuits,
programmable logic devices, hardware description languages, and computer-aided.
Prerequisites: EL1092 Basic Electric Circuit
EL2140. Electronics Laboratory (Credit 1)
This supports the course EL2010 Electronics. This lab materials consist of calibration system and
stability, frequency response, sensitivity, spectral analysis, and Clipper Doubler rectifier circuits,
transistor characteristics, frequency response, a single transistor amplifier, the cascode amplifier,
active filter, CMOS logic and transistors as temperature and light sensors. In addition to activities
in the lab, students are also equipped with tutorial in the classroom to complete the lab.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
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EL2193. Electric Circuit Laboratory (Credit 1)
This supports the course EL2093 Electric Circuits. Content that is practiced include circuit op amps, transient R, L, C and resonance of order two and the introduction of scale and measuring
tools and consistent measurement of three phase. In addition to activities in the lab, students are
also equipped with tutorial in the classroom to complete the practicum.
Prerequisites: EL2093 Electric Circuits
EL2195. Digital Systems Laboratory (Credit 1)
This supports the course EL2095 Digital System. Content that is practiced include logic gate
parameters, design using FPGA, combinational and sequential circuits, design control unit and lab
project. In addition to activities in the lab, students are also equipped with tutorial in the
classroom to complete the practicum.
Prerequisites: EL2095 Digital System
EL3000. Fundamental of Biomedical Engineering & Lab (Credit 3)
Introduction: course overview, course objectives, discussion topics, activity plans, Evaluation.
Basics of Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical engineering sense, the nature of multi-disciplinary,
medical procedures (medical procedure), medical information (medical information), security
issues (safety), the scope, the introduction of anatomy & physiology, basic medical term. System
Basics / Biomedical Instrumentation: block diagrams, parts & functions, the simplest way of
working, examples of diagnostic & therapeutic aids simple; circuit diagram and a simple matter
of calculation. The basics of bio-electrical potential: principles, examples, characteristics and
methods of measurement. Various types of transducers and biomedical sensors, biomedical
operational amplifiers & amplifier. Security issues (safety) patients, electroshock macroschock &
microschock; several safety devices and safety programs. Introduction to anatomy & physiology,
benefits. Special Topics: Telemedicine, biomechanics & Rehabilitation Engineering, Biomaterials
& Tissue Engineering, Electromagnetic & ultrasonic waves. New development in the Biomedical
Engineering & Lectures cover: Examples of research topics & final.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL3001. Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology (Credit 3)
Introduction: Overview course, the purpose, subject, academic activities, evaluation. Basics of
Anatomy & Physiology: the basic understanding, the relevance of the Biomedical Engineering
program. A framework of human physiology, basic cell function, Biological control
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systems,Coordinated body function. Introduction In the course described on the relevance of
Basic Anatomy and Physiology class at the Biomedical Engineering Program. Class A framework of
human physiology is the introductory course that explains the background or orientation of the
human body's physiology and activity of the human body so that an understanding of complex
subjects subsequent chapters easier. Lecture Basic Cell Structure studying cell function and
motion of molecules through cell membranes. Biological Lectures central system provides the
information needed to bridge the understanding between the physiology of cells (which have
been studied on college Basic cell function) and college Coordinated body functions will be
studied after this chapter. This lecture is divided into several parts, namely: a. Homeostasis and
mechanisms of communication between cells. b. Neural control mechanisms: Neural Networks,
Potential membrane, Synaps and neuromuscular junction, Structure of the nervous system. c.
Muscle, structure, mechanism of contraction d. Control of body movement. Coordinated body
function to study the circulation system (the other parts, such as respiratory, kidney and others
will be studied in the following semester). Circulation System for studying the overall
cardiovascular system, vascular system, Integration of cardiovascular.
Prerequisites: EL3002. Biomedical Instrumentations (Credit 3)
Course this option is provided for four levels of undergraduate or graduate Biomedical
Engineering student. Introduction: course overview. Basics of Biomedical Instrumentation,
medical information, medical procedures. The Basics tools / biomedical system diagram, block,
parts, functions and how it works; example. Bio-electrical potential: basic, characteristics and
methods of measurement, transducers and sensors, biomedical amplifier. Security issues,
electroshock macroschock & microshock, safety devices and functions. Aids diagnosis & therapy:
electrocardiograph, elektroencephalograf, pacemaker, electrosurgical units, blood pressure
measuring devices, measuring instruments respiratory system, clinical laboratory equipment. Xray equipment and ultrasound. New developments in the Biomedical Instrumentation.Supporting
lecture-practicum: a potential bio-electric & measurement, & filter amplifier circuit basic, simple
biomedical systems.
Prerequisites:EL3000Fundamental of Biomedical Engineering
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EL3004. Biomedic 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: EL 2090Electromagnetics
EL3006. Physics of Biomedical (Credit 3)
Biomedical Physics Basics: Terminology and scope of the discussion, aspects of modeling, aspects
of measurement; The forces acting on the body: the static state, dynamic state; bones and the
skeleton: the physical properties, composition; Heat and cold: temperature and measurement,
termografi , heat therapy, the use of cold temperatures; Energy and employment: law of
conservation of energy in the body, energy conversion in the body, work by the body heat is lost
from the body; Pressure: the measurement of pressure, the pressure inside the body, the effects
of stress in diving; Aspects Physical lungs and respiratory: pulmonary system, the gas distribution
in the process of respiration, measurement of lung volume, the relationship of pressure and lung
volume, the work by the lungs, the physical aspects of the alveoli, respiratory mechanisms;
Cardiovascular system: system components and how it works, work by the heart, blood pressure
and measurement, stress on blood vessels, circulatory dynamics; sound: the wave properties of
sound, percussion in the field of medicine, stethoscopes, ultrasound therapy, ultrasonic, sound
production; physical aspect of the ear and hearing : ear systems, sensitivity of the ear, hearing
aids; Light: The physical properties of light, measuring light, light applications in medicine;
physical aspects eye and vision: the eye system, the sensitivity of the retina, the diffraction
effects on the eye, and the correction of vision defects.
Prerequisites: EL3000 Fundamental of Biomedical Engineering
EL3008. Digital Image Processing (Credit 3)
Introduction: course overview, understanding the Digital Image Processing, discussion points,
activities, evaluation. Basic algorithms & methods of image processing and applications. Example.
A number of demos, sample application methods and the various subjects is done by PC and
software available.
Prerequisites: EL3092 Digital Signal Processing
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EL3010. Computer 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. You will get an
understanding of the design process in the context of a complex hardware system and practical
experience with computer-aided design tools. 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: EL2095 Digital System
EL3011. Sequential Circuit Design (Credit 3)
Sequential digital logic design technique. Classical and modern design of synchronous and
asynchronous machines. Minimization techniques for complex sequential circuit.
Prerequisites: EL2095 Digital System
EL3012. Interfacing and Peripheral (Credit 3)
Analysis of computer peripherals technology (Laser technology --DVD/CD, Printer--, LCD/TFT
Display, Storage/memory). Standard in computer/microprocessor interfacing (USB, Backplane -EISA, PCI, VME--, SCSI, I2C). Wireless technology (Bluetooth, IrDA, IEEE 802.11). Future trend in
computer and interfacing (portable/pocket mobile computer).
Prerequisites: EL3011 Sequential Circuits Design
EL3013. Operating System Design (Credit 3)
This course is is a programming-intensive OS class. The core experience is writing a small Unixinspired OS kernel, in C with some x86 assembly language, which runs on a PC hardware. 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 inter-process communication. We will use
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 Unixlike operating system as a detailed example. It has been especially designed for high reliability,
for use in embedded systems, and for ease of teaching.
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Prerequisites: IF2030Algorithm & Data Structures and EL3010 Computer Architecture I
EL3014. Digital System Design (Credit 3)
Design techniques for solving problems using state-of-the-art digital methodology and
microprocessor components. Emphasis on problem definition, design, and verification.
Prerequisites: EL3011Sequential Circuit Design
EL3015. Problem Solving with C (Credit 3)
Evolution and application of computers, social and economic implications, introduction to
programming using engineering workstations. Extensive practice in writing programs to solve
engineering problems. Computer interfaces to real-world systems.
Prerequisites: EL2095 Digital System
EL3016. 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: EL3097 Computer Networks
EL3020. Control Systems (Credit 3)
This lecture describes the analysis and design of control systems for linear systems in terms of
stability and in terms of their performance. System analysis and design done by the traditional
approach in both time domain and frequency domain. Nevertheless, the modern concept of
state space (state-space) is also introduced in this course.
Prerequisites: EL2094 Signals & Systems
EL3022. Control Systems Instrumentation (Credit 3)
Sensor, analog & digital signal conditioning, filters, actuators, drive systems, process control and
discrete kejadia penegndali analog & digital.
Prerequisites:EL3020 Control System
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EL3040. Analog & Mixed Signal Electronics (Credit 3)
Differential amplifiers: small signal analysis and operations, supply voltage, the active load;
amplifier stages, frequency response: frequency domain analysis, response amplifier with low
and high frequency, wide band amplifier; feedback: general structure and nature, topology,
stability; Amplifier power and output stages: grouping, class A, B, and AB, the voltage supply
circuit, oscillator, power and signal shaper; voltage regulation.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL3041. Radio Frequency Microelectronics (Credit 3)
CMOS technology; CMOS device modeling; Layout techniques; CMOS subcircuits; CMOS
operational amplifiers; CMOS comparators; Switched-capacitor circuits; Analog IC design
methodologies.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL3042 Microelectronic Devices (Credit 3)
PN Diode, Bipolar Transistor, Bipolar Transistors Secondary Effect, FET (Filed Effect Transistor),
Junction FET, MOS diodes, MOS transistors (MOSFETs), Effects of Secondary MOSFET, MetalSemiconductor Contacts, Metal Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MESFET), High Electron
Mobility Transistor (HEMT), Heterojuction Bipolar Transistor (HBT), a special application Diodes:
Light Emission Diode (LED) / laser diode (LD), photo diode: PIN Diode and Avalanche diodes,
photovoltaic cells; diodes 'Gunn'; Power Device Electricity: thyristor, SCR, TRIAC.
Prerequisites: EL3095 Electrical Engineering Materials
EL3043. Digital Processor Structure (Credit 3)
Digital processor structures and design with HDL (Verilog or VHDL). Topics to be covered include:
Register-Transfer-Level design; From algorithm to FSMD; Stored program concept; Instruction Set
Architecture and assembly language programming; Single-cycle processor; Multicycle processor;
Pipelining: concepts, data and control hazards; Pipelined Processor Implementation: datapath
and control; Memory hierarchy: cache and virtual memory.
Prerequisites:-
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EL3044. Instrumentation Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction to Instrumentation System: configuration and building blocks; Block builders
instrumentation system: sensor, conditioning, processing, and recording signals,
communications, and visual aids and reading.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL3092. Digital Signal Processing (Credit 3)
Introduction to signals and systems (real world, mathematical model, and their conversion
issues), discrete-time signals and systems (LCCDE) in time domain, z-domain, and frequency
domain, Discrete Fourier Transform, FIR and IIR Digital Filter Implementation and Design, and
Matlab Implementation.
Prerequisites:EL2094 Signals & Systems
EL3095. Electrical Engineering Material (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:EL2090Electromagnetics
EL3096. Microprocessor System and Lab (Credit 3)
Number system; mode microprocessors work; microprocessor technology and development;
Example system applications.Microprocessor architecture; pinout (Reset; Interruption; Pathdata; Line-address; Line-Full & timing); Register (Accumulator, CCR / Status-Flags, ProgramCounter/Instruction-Pointer, Index, Stack-Pointer; General- purpose); Arithmetic-Logic
Unit.Latch; RAM (SRAM, DRAM), ROM (EPROM, EEPROM, flash-ROM); Buffer, Decoder-Address.
Addressing mode; Set Instruction & Programming (Data Transfer, Arithmetic, Logic, Control
program). Parallel Interface (Without and with the shake-HAND); Serial Interface (Sync and
asynchronous); Timer / Counter, ADC, DAC; Board-Key. DMAc;-Interrupt Controller. Designing
systems using microcontrollers.
Prerequisites:EL2040 Electronics
EL3097. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Introduction; technology development, communication technology and convergence of
computer technology and communication, standards and communication networks architecture.
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Prerequisites: EL3110. Computer System Architecture Laboratory (Credit 1)
This course provides an introduction to "experimental laboratory" which examines the workings
of the MIPS processor and programmed, using VHDL to implement the ALU, Control Unit,
Memory and Register Files, familiar with assembly language.
Corequisites: EL3010 Computer System Architecture
EL3120. Control System Laboratory (Credit 1)
The practice of designing, implementing, and analyzing the closed loop control system using
analog electronic devices on the system-unidirectional flow of electric motors. The introduction
of subsystems or elements of physical / electrical / electronic control system forming a closed
loop; testing the characteristics of the elements forming the control system; measurement of the
transfer function kendalian; design and implementation of motor speed control system with PID
controller; design and implementation of control systems poisisi-angle motor with PID controller.
Corequisites:EL3020 Control System
EL3192. Digital System Processing Lab (Credit 1)
Introduction to MATLAB, use Composer CODE STUDIO V1.20, Filter Design and DSP algorithm
Implemantasi In TMS320C5402 DSK
Corequisites: EL2094 Signals & Systems
EL3222. Control System Instrumentation Laboratory (Credit 1)
The practice of designing, implementing, and analyzing the closed loop control system using
analog electronic devices on the system-unidirectional flow of electric motors. The introduction
of subsystems or elements of physical / electrical / electronic control system forming a closed
loop; testing the characteristics of the elements forming the control system; measurement of the
transfer function kendalian; design and implementation of motor speed control system with PID
controller; design and implementation of control systems poisisi-angle motor with PID controller.
Corequisites: EL3020 Control System
EL3246. Embedded Systems Lab (Credit 1)
This course provides an introduction to "experimental laboratory" which examines the workings
of the MIPS processor and programmed, using VHDL to implement the ALU, Control Unit,
Memory and Register Files, familiar with assembly language.
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Corequisites:EL3046 Embedded System Design
EL4000. Biomedical System Design (Credit 1)
Biomedical Physics Basics: Terminology and scope of the discussion, aspects of modeling, aspects
of measurement; The forces acting on the body: the static state, dynamic state; bones and the
skeleton: the physical properties, composition; Heat and cold: temperature and measurement,
termografi , heat therapy, the use of cold temperatures; Energy and employment: law of
conservation of energy in the body, energy conversion in the body, work by the body heat is lost
from the body; Pressure: the measurement of pressure, the pressure inside the body, the effects
of stress in diving; Aspects Physical lungs and respiratory: pulmonary system, the gas distribution
in the process of respiration, measurement of lung volume, the relationship of pressure and lung
volume, the work by the lungs, the physical aspects of the alveoli, respiratory mechanisms;
Cardiovascular system: system components and how it works, work by the heart, blood pressure
and measurement, stress on blood vessels, circulatory dynamics; sound: the wave properties of
sound, percussion in the field of medicine, stethoscopes, ultrasound therapy, ultrasonic, sound
production; physical aspect of the ear and hearing : ear systems, sensitivity of the ear, hearing
aids; Light: The physical properties of light, measuring light, light applications in medicine;
physical aspects eye and vision: the eye system, the sensitivity of the retina, the diffraction
effects on the eye, and the correction of vision defects.
Prerequisites : EL3000 (Basic Biomedics and Lab)
EL4001. Medical Informatics (Credit 3)
This course aims to discuss various types of computer system applications, especially
microcomputers (personal computers = PC), in biology, medicine and health. The topics
discussed include: a stand-alone computer (stand alone) and a computer network, development
& usage of software, development hardware and interface modules hardware. Software in
various applications: patient history-taking, drug-test interactions and prescribing drug dosage,
recording & reporting system, patient data, financial systems & hospital management, hospital
information systems (hospital information system). Expert systems, artificial intelligence and
artificial neural network (artificial neural networks). Software for image processing applications:
computed tomography (MRI, spect, ultrasound, PET, Electrical Impedance Tomography): Virtual
reality. Computer-based medical equipment (based on PC / microprocessor / microcontroller),
Laboratory automation, Patient Monitoring, ECG interpretation, Pulmonary testing, computer
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applications in simulations of biological systems. Computer Application in Telemedicine Systems
and home health care.
Prerequisites : EL4002. Sensor and Tranducers (Credit 3)
Course this option is provided for 4th levels of undergraduate or graduate students of the
Biomedical Engineering. Introduction: course overview. Basics of Biomedical Instrumentation,
medical information, medical procedures. The basics of tools / biomedical systems, block
diagram, parts, functions and how it works; example. Bio-electrical potential: basic,
characteristics and methods of measurement, transducers and sensors, biomedical amplifier.
Security issues, electroshock macroschock & microshock, safety devices and functions. Aids
diagnosis & therapy: electrocardiograph, elektroencephalograf, pacemaker, electrosurgical units,
blood pressure measuring devices, measuring instruments respiratory system, clinical laboratory
equipment. X-ray equipment and ultrasound. New developments in the Biomedical
Instrumentation. Supporting lab: a potential bio-electric & measurement, & filter amplifier circuit
basic, simple biomedical systems.
Prerequisites : EL4004. Biomechanics (Credit 3)
Discusses the basics of biomechanics, physiology associated with the human body systems, the
measurement and its application, as well as necessary equipment. Basics of biomechanics,
mechanics of muscle and tissue. Analysis and measurement of force and motion. Respiratory and
circulatory systems; fluid flow. Mechanics, gas exchange and transport. Joints and lubrication
systems. Prothesis and problems. Biomechanics and sports medicine. New developments in the
biomechanics and its application.
Prerequisites : EL4005. Stochastic Biomedical Signal Processing (Credit 3)
Introduction: course overview, understanding the Biomedical Signal Processing, discussion
points, activities, evaluation. Introduction to computer applications in the Biomedical
Engineering: terms and the scope of discussion, information, medicine and medical procedures.
Dasar2 electrocardiography. Signal conversion (A / D, D / A): dasar2 sampling, examples,
biomedical signal conversion requirements, Basic rangkaian2 conversion. Dasar2 digital filters: an
introduction, the transformation Z, elemen2 digital filters, transfer function, for example. Finite
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Impulse Response (FIR) Filters & Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) Filters; Integer Filters, basics,
examples & design. Adaptive Filters: basic principles, examples of adaptive filters. Signal
Averaging: basic, digital filter, for example, software, restrictions. Data Reduction Techniques:
the basics, some kind algorithm, for example. Some techniques in time domain and frequency
domain, Fourier transformation, correlation, convolution, power spectrum, for example. ECG
signal analysis: QRS detection, methods, examples: basic ECG signal analysis, algorithms,
examples. A number of demos, sample application methods and the various subjects is done by
PC and software available.
Prerequisites: EL4006. Electromagnetic & Ultrasonic waves in the Biomedical
Introduction: The basics, terminology and scope of the discussion; lecture discusses the
application of electromagnetic & ultrasonic waves in biomedical engineering including: basic,
characteristics, applications in a number of diagnosis & therapy, hearing aids, and the potential
danger caused. Generation mode, the basics & the electromagnetic wave equation, examples of
applications in therapy, hearing aids, the potential dangers of electromagnetic waves, as well as
security issues & standard equipment. Mode generation, transducer, the basics & the wave
equation ultrasonic application examples in diagnosis & therapy aids the potential dangers of
ultrasound waves as well as security issues & standard equipment. New developments in
research & application of electromagnetic waves and ultrasound.
Prerequisites: EL4010. Computer System Architecture II (Credit 3)
Concepts and techniques used in modern processor architecture and other computer system
component to increase performance. This course covers the concepts and techniques used in
modern processor architectures, such as, pipelining, branch predictions, cache, memory
hierarchy organization and design, multiprocessor, I/O, and networking.
Prerequisites: EL3010 Computer Architecture
EL4011. Problem Solving with Object Oriented Programming (Credit 3)
This lecture is to introduce design process based to object oriented metodology, in software
development and systems. The topics are the strategic in object identification and classes of the
object, system specification and system design, class hierarchy design, consideration of re-use
component, graphic notation, implementasion with object oriented programming language and
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structure programming language. Case study used as illustration and to support concept
comprehension.
Prerequisites: IF2030 Algorithm & Data Structures
EL4012. High Performance Computer Design (Credit 3)
Design of high-performance computer systems, including rigorous timing analysis, and
consideration of transmission-line effects and metastability. Design projects emphasize state-ofthe-art technology and architectures with realistic design objectives and constraints, and pull
together concepts from many areas of electrical and computer engineering.
Prerequisites: EL3096 Microprocessor System and Lab
EL4013. Multimedia Systems (Credit 3)
Definition of multimedia, multimedia communications, multimedia information representation,
text and image compression, audio and video compression, standard for multimedia
communications, enterprise network, application support.
Prerequisites: EL 3092 Digital Signal Processing
EL4014. Computer Graphics and GPU Programming (Credit 3)
Computer graphics concepts and write computer graphics applications in OpenGL i.e. Hardware
and software components of graphics systems. Output and filled data primitives.2D and 3D
geometric transformations. Two dimensional viewing: viewing pipeline, clipping, and windowing.
Three dimensional viewing: viewing pipeline, viewing parameters, projections, viewing
transformations, clipping, visible surface detection. GPUs are widely used today to drive cuttingedge 3D game engines, virtual reality simulations, and film pre-production.
Prerequisites: IF2030 Algorithm and Data Structure
EL4021. Multivariable Control Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction. Spatial representation status: the status of the concept of space, the differential
equation in the form of status variables. Representation and modeling of the system in the
equality of status: electrical circuit model, the model the electro-mechanical, heat and fluid flow
model, the reduction status of the transfer function equation. Solutions equality of status: the
transition matrix, the solution is not homogeneous and homogeneous equation, characteristic
equation. Simulation with Simulink and Matlab. The properties of space status: keterkendalian,
keteramatan. Designing a control system: full status feedback, pole placement, estimation of
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status, compensator design, PID controller for multivariable systems, the elimination of
interference, the design with rational transfer function. Stability analysis.
Prerequisites:EL2094 Signal & Systemand EL3020 Control System
EL4022. Digital Control Systems(Credit 3)
This lecture describes the analysis and design of digital control, with attention to the signal
sampling process on the system, the measurement process signals, analysis of discrete control
through konvensioanal model (Z transformation), analysis of discrete control through statevariable model (modern), the design control through the classical approach and modern, with
the implementation of the control hardware and software.
Prerequisites: EL3020 Control Systemand EL3092 Digital Signal Processing
EL4023. Robotics (Credit 3)
Introduction : History, Terminologies Classifications, Robot Arm Kinematics : Homogen
Transformation, Denavit Hartenburg Representation, Forward and Inverse Kinematics; Trajectory
Planning : Joint Interpolated Trajectories, Cartesian Path Trajectories; Robot Arm Dynamics : L-E
Formulation, N-E Formulation, Sensing: Internal and external Sensing devices; Robot
Pragramming Language , Robot Level Language, Task-Level Language, Mobile Robot, Steering
System Wheel and Leg Robot
Prerequisites:MA2072 Engineering Mathematics I and EL3022 Control System Instrumentation
EL4024. Electrical Drive Systems (Credit 3)
Element of electric drives: mechanical loads, motor requirement for drives; commutrator motors,
induction motors, synchronous permanent motor; synchronus relucttance motor, PM reluctance
motor; wound field synchronous motor; linear motors. Power semiconductor devices: power
semiconductor devices for variable fequency drives; power electronic converters for drives, pulse
width modulation for electronic power converters. Speed –torque characteristics; speed-torque
characteristics of electric motors and mechanical loads: speed-torque characterictis of motors;
speed controls ; braking of electric motor. Dynamic of electric dirve system: moment of inertia,
basic concept of traveling time, gears and belts. High power industrial dirves: classification with
speed and power rating; the evolution of large dirves, motors for large drives, converters for
;large drives. Simulation of power electronic and motion control systems: Simulation and design
process; freequency domain versus time domain analysis; challegne in simulation; classification
of simulation tools.
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Prerequisites: EL3020 Control System and EL2040 Electronics
EL4025. Mechatronics (Credit 3)
Introduction: general framework of mechatronics and control systems; sensor concepts,
transducers, measurements; performance characteristics of mechatronics; digital sensors; data
acquisition; actuators and power amplifiers; actuator components: mechanical, hydraulic,
pneumatic and electric actuators; mechatronics system modelling: block diagram &
mathematical modeling; translational and rotational mechanics; fluid and thermal systems.
Prerequisites: EL3020 Control System and EL2040 Electronics
EL4026. Intelligence Control Systems (Credit 3)
This course introduces concepts and methods for intelligent control and systems using fuzzy
systems, neural networks and genetic algorithm.Introduction to intelligence systems, fuzzy set:
classical and fuzzy set theories, terminologies; basic operations of fuzzy set; membership
function formulation and its parameterization; T-norm & S-norm; fuzzy set properties; fuzzy rule:
extension principle & fuzzy relation; relation properties; fuzzy relational basic operations; if-then
fuzzy rule; fuzzy linguistic description; linguistic variable and value; fuzzy reasoning; fuzzy
relational composition; fuzzy inference system: Mamdani fuzzy model; fuzzification;
defuzzification; Sugeno fuzzy model; fuzzy control: architectures, components; fuzzy control rule;
fuzzy control configuration; case study; Neural network basics: biological neural networks;
neuron model; neural network learning methods; neural network characteristics; history of
neural network development; pattern classification & non linear approximation using neural
network; neural network architectures; feed-forward neural network, activation function;
forward computation; back propagation algorithm; neural network for system identification;
neural network for control; fuzzy logic applications; neuro-fuzzy in control system; Evolutionary
computation, Genetic Algorithm, schemata theorem, Genetic Algorithm for Optimization and
Learning.
Prerequisites: EL3020 Control System
EL4040. VLSI Systems Design (Credit 3)
This course will teach about the introduction of VLSI systems, VLSI system design flow, HDL
language, the tools used in the design, implementation on FPGA targets, testing and
implementation of VLSI system design.
Prerequisites: EL2095 Digital System
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EL4041. Integrated Circuit Technology (Credit 3)
Overview of Semiconductors; NMOS- FET & IC Fabrication Sequences; Pattern Transfer;
Oxidation, Diffusion & Ion Implantation; Process Simulation; Thin Film Deposition & Epitaxy;
Process Integration; IC Packaging & Test.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL4042. Mixed Signal and Analog IC Design (Credit 3)
CMOS technology; CMOS device modeling; Layout techniques; CMOS subcircuits; CMOS
operational amplifiers; CMOS comparators; Switched-capacitor circuits; Analog IC design
methodologies.
Prerequisites: EL2040 Electronics
EL4045Digital IC Design & Analysis (Credit 3)
Electronic circuit design process is complete from the determination of the problem, the
selection soliusi to problems, design, implementation or realization of the circuit, testing and
reporting.
Corequisites: EL4042 Mixed Signal and Analog IC Design.
EL4091. Industrial Practices (Credit 2)
Practical work undertaken by students working within both industries, research institutes, etc. to
give to students about the work environment to be encountered, in addition to providing work
experience and broaden their horizons.Students are allowed to take the Work Practice is a
college student who has obtained up to six semesters.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EL4092. Engineering Ethics & Selected Topics (Credit 3)
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.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
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EL4096. Final Project I (Credit 2)
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 student’s seminar. The student has to work in the laboratory to do
his / her research during the semester time
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EL4097. Advanced Computer Networks(Credit 3)
This course will examine the area of mobile and wireless networking, looking at the unique
network protocol challenges and opportunities presented by wireless communication and host or
router mobility. Although we will touch on some of the important physical layer properties of
radio and infrared communications, our focus will be on network protocols above the physical
layer, with an emphasis on the media access control, network, and transport protocol
layers.Prerequisites: EL3097 Computer Network
EL4099. Final Project II (Capstone Design) (Credit 4)
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 4096 Final Project
EL4122. Digital Control Laboratory (Credit 1)
Introduction; Full Digital Technique Practicum (tools and modeling, Analysis and design of control
systems digital, Implementation of the speed control system is digital, Implementation of
position control system is digital, Presentation and evaluation); Practicum Multivariable Control
System (Introduction to tools and modeling, Analysis and design of multivariable control systems,
The implementation of multivariable control systems, Presentation and evaluation); Robotics lab
work (Introduction to tools and modeling, Analysis and design of robot control systems, Robot
Mentor, Telerobotik, Automation System with Robot, Presentation and evaluation).
Prerequisite: EL4022 Digital Control System and EL4021 Multivariabel Control 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 study 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 study 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.
The study program 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 beable to gain admissionto and successfully complete their graduate studies for
those who pursue advanced degrees.
3. Our graduates will be able to develop professionally through life-long learning in the electrical power
industry.
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Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
l)
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
m) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
n) 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
o) An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams
p) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
q) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
r) An ability to communicate effectively
s) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global,
economic, environmental, and societal context
t) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning
u) A knowledge of contemporary issues
v) An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.
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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Electrical Power Engineering Program Structures
(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2072
EP2092
EL2093
EL2193
EL2095
EL2195
MS2041
Subject
Engineering Mathematics I
Probability & Statistics
Electric Circuits
Electric Circuit Laboratory
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Thermal Engineering & Fluid Mechanics
Credit
3
3
3
1
3
1
3
Total
17
Subject
Engineering Mathematics II
Electronics
Electronics Laboratory
Measurement & Microprocessor Systems
Electromagnetics
Signals & Systems
Pancasila and Civic Education
Credit
3
3
1
3
3
3
2
Total
18
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2074
EL2040
EL2140
EP2076
EL2090
EP2094
KU2071
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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
EP3071
EP3073
EP3075
EP3077
EP3095
EP3170
KU206X
Subject
Electrical Machines
Computation & Numerical Analysis
Electromagnetics Compatibility
High Voltage Engineering
Electrical Engineering Material
Power Engineering Laboratory I
Religion and Ethics
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
Total
18
Subject
Control Systems
Electrical Power Generation
Power Electronics
Computer & System Engineering
Power Systems Analysis
Power Engineering Laboratory II
Non Major Elective
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
EL3020
EP3070
EP3072
EP3074
EP3076
EP3270
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SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
EP4096
EP4071
EP4073
EP4077
Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Design of Equipment & Electrical Systems
Power System Protection I
Electrical Power Distribution System
Major Electives
Environmental Elective
Credit
2
3
3
3
6
3
Total
20
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
EP4099
EP4091
EP4272
Subject
Credit
Final Project II
4
Industrial Experience
2
Selected Topics in Electrical Power System
1
Management Elective
3
Major Elective
3
Free Elective
3
Total
16
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Major Electives for Electrical Power Engineering
No Code
1 EP2274
2 EP3274
3 EP4050
4 EP4072
5 EP4074
6 EP4075
7 EP4076
8 EP4077
9 EP4078
10 EP4079
11 EP4093
Subject
Electrical Power Engineering (MS/MG)
Electrical Power Engineering (TA)
Electrical System Project Management
Power System's SCADA
Power System Protection II
Applications of Electric Machines
Electrical Transportation Systems
Electrical Power Distribution Systems
Non Conventional Generator
Economy of Energy
Industrial Cooperative
Credit
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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Electrical Power Engineering Course Descriptions
EP2076. Measurement & Microprocessor 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: EL2093.
EP2092. 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 and MA1201.
EP2094. Signals & Systems (Credit 3)
Continuous time signals and systems, Fourier transform, frequency response, Fourier series,
Laplace Transform, Energy and power spectral, passive filter design: Butterworth, Chebyshev,
active filter design. Prerequisites: EL2093.
EP2274. Electrical Power Engineering (MS/MG) (Credit 2)
Electrical power engineering fundamentals for Mechanical Engineering Study Program and
Metalurgy Engineering Study Program: Electrical quantities, fundamental of electric circuit,
generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy, magnetic quantities, fundamental
of magnetism, magnetic material, electrical machines: transformer, synchronous generator,
induction machines, DC machines.
EP3070. Electrical Power Generation (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
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turbines,condenser, feedwater and circulating water systems, nuclear power plant,hydroelectric
power plant, diesel engine and gas turbine power plants, energy storage. Prerequisites: MS2041
and EP3071.
EP3071. Electrical Machines (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: EL2093 and EL2090.
EP3072. Power Electronics (Credit 3)
Power electronics and power converter basic concepts.Power semiconductor, ac-ac, ac-dc, dc-ac,
dc-dc power converter and its application, power converter controller.
Prerequisites: EL2093and EL2040.
EP3073. Computation & Numerical Analysis (Credit 3)
Basic numerical methods in solving mathematical problems in electrical power engineering.
Computer representation of integer and floating-point numbers and the consequences of the
limited precision such as epsilon machine, catastrophic cancellation, algorithmic stability. Direct
and iterative methods of solving system of linear equations. Finding roots of nonlinear
equation(s). Polinomial interpolations and cubic splines.Equally and non-equally spaced
quadrature integration. Orthogonal transformation in solving system of linear equations and in
calculating eigen values and vectors of matrices. Solving ordinary differential equation using
explicit and implicit methods. Computation problems require programming and use of MATLAB
or other tools.
Prerequisites:MA2097 and MA2098.
EP3074. Computer & System Engineering (Credit 3)
System theory, microprocessor based controller, real time computer control, reliability concept
and application, queing theory and application, engineering optimization,production cost
function, engineering economic, decision making analysis.
Prerequisites: EP2094.
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EP3075. Electromagnetics Compatibility (Credit 3)
The course discusses electromagnetic compatibility, sources and magnitudes of disturbances,
coupling mechanisms, i. e. galvanic, capacitive and inductive couplings. The effects of
disturbances and some disturbance attenuation techniques. Equipment strength tests against
disturbances, techniques for source side and gap coupling-side improvement, and disturbance
attenuation. EMC on biological systems.Prerequisites: EL2090.
EP3076. Power Systems Analysis (Credit 3)
Single-phase and three-phase systems, active and reactive power, single line diagram, per-unit
system, synchronous generator, power transformer, transmission line-series impedance and
capacitance, underground cable transmission, voltage and current relations, performances of
transmission lines, power loading and stability, HVDC transmission, admittance model and
network calculation, impedance model and network calculation, power flow solutions,
symmetrical faults, symmetrical components and sequence networks, unsymmetrical faults,
power system stability, active power and frequency control, reactive power and voltage control,
FACTS devices, economic operations of power system.
Prerequisites: EL2093 and EP3071.
EP3077. 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: EL2093 and EL2090.
EP3095. Electrical Engineering Material (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, magnetic and optical materials.
Prerequisites: EL2090.
EP3170. Power Engineering Laboratory I (Credit 1)
High Voltage Engineering Practice consists of DC high voltage generation, Impulse high voltage
generation, Voltage distribution on chain isolators, and Gas breakdown. Electric Machinery
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Practice consists of Synchronous machines, Asynchronous machines, Power Transformer, DC
machines.
Corequisites: EP3071 and EP3077
EP3270. Power Engineering Laboratory II (Credit 1)
Power Electronic Practice consists of Static Switching, DC to DC Converter, AC to DC Converter
(Rectifier) and DC to AC Converter. 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.
Corequisites: EP3072 and EP3076.
EP3274. Electrical Power Engineering (TA) (Credit 3)
Electrical power engineering fundamentals for Mining Engineering Study Program: Electrical
quantities, fundamental of electric circuit, generation, transmission and distribution of electrical
energy, magnetic quantities, fundamental of magnetism, magnetic material, electrical machines:
transformer, synchronous generator, induction machines, DC machines, basic of power
electronics, basic of power quality.
EP4050. Electrical System Project Management (Credit 3)
General Principle of Power System Project Management, Electrical Power System Project,
Network Planning with Critical Path Method, Control Path Analysis & Procedure Network,
Program Evaluation and Review Technique, Power system Project Planning method & Procedure,
Resource Allocation & Cost, Budgeting Project, Implementation, Monitoring & Control Power
System Project.
Prerequisites: EP3076.
EP4071. Design of Equipment & Electrical Systems (Credit 3)
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.
Prerequisites:EP3076.
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EP4072. Power System's SCADA (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: EL3020.
EP4073. Power System Protection I (Credit 3)
Overvoltage sources, wave propagation, lightning phenomenon, tower surge impedance and
transmission channel, overvoltage protection devices, lightning performance, isolation
coordination, three-phase system, channel and system parameter on short circuit condition,
symmetrical component review and current/voltage calculation on short circuit condition,
protection relay, relay coordination in protection system.
Prerequisites: EL2090 and EP3076.
EP4074. Power System Protection II (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: EP4073
EP4075. Applications of Electric Machines (Credit 3)
Characteristic of mechanical load. Modelling and control of DC machines by phase control
rectifier and chopper with minimum ripple. Modeling of non sallient and sallient
electricalmachines, Park dq0 and complex system(space phasor)byusing 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: EP3071.
EP4076. Electrical Transportation Systems (Credit 3)
Urban and suburban,long distance transpotration,tractionmechanism,various type of mass
electric car,trolley bus,electriclocomotive,monorail,traction mechanisme,DC and AC traction
motor,AC and DC substation,catenary system,control of traction motor,breaking
system,signalling, Maglevsystem of electric and hybride car.
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Prerequisites: EP3071.
EP4077. Electrical Power Distribution Systems (Credit 3)
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: EP3076.
EP4078. Non Conventional Generator (Credit 3)
Environtmental considerations, combined heat and power, fuel cells, tidal power, wind power,
geothermal power, solar power, ocean power, biomass power generation, power from waste,
storage technologies.
Prerequisites: EP3070.
EP4079. Economy of Energy (Credit 3)
Introduction,energy
planning,energy
data,energy
demands,process
analysis,elasticity
approach,econometric
methods,regression
analysis,
analysis,energy policies,energy policy analysis.
Prerequisites: EP3070.
analysis,trend
input-output
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.
EP4093. 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)
Preliminary investigation of real world problems in electrical power engineering. Students submit
and give oral presentation on a significant project proposal outlining the background, problem
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formulation, a proposed solution, a comprehensive literature review and detail implementation
plan. Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
EP4099. Final Project II (Credit 4)
Students carry out the proposed project in EP4096, including an evaluation for assessing the
extent to which it has addressed the formulated problem. Students submit project reports and
defend them. Prerequisite: EP4096.
EP4272. Selected Topics in Electrical Power System (Credit 1)
Selected topics in electrical power engineering and related disciplines.
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Informatics Engineering Program
Introduction
Informatics Engineering 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 an informatics engineering 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 program’s 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 engineering 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 engineering 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 engineering graduate is also prepared to develop multimedia game
softwares.
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Informatics Engineering Program Structures
(See Freshman Year)
SOPHOMORE YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2072
IF2091
IF2092
EL2095
EL2195
IF2030
KU206X
Subject
Engineering Mathematics I
Discrete Structure
Probability & Statistics
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Algorithm & Data Structure
Religion & Ethics
Credit
3
3
3
3
1
4
2
Total
19
Subject
Computer Organization & Architecture
Object Oriented Programming
Database
Software Engineering
Logic of Informatics
Language Theory and Automata
Credit
3
4
3
3
3
3
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
EL2010
IF2032
IF2034
IF2036
IF2050
IF2052
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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
IF3055
IF3057
IF3097
IF3051
Subject
Operating System
Information System
Computer Networks
Strategy of Algorithm
Third Year Major Elective
Non Major Elective
Credit
4
3
3
3
3
3
Total
19
Subject
Inter Personal Communication
Human Computer Interaction
Artificial Intelligence
Distributed Systems
Third Year Major Elective
Pancasila and Civic Education
Credit
2
3
3
3
6
2
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
IF3094
IF3099
IF3054
IF3056
KU2071
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SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
Code
IF4096
IF4031
Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Fourth Year Major Elective
Management of Software Project
Free Electives
Credit
2
3
3
9
Total
17
Subject
Final Project II
Industrial Practice
Socio-technology of Information
Environmental Elective
Free Electives
Credit
4
2
2
3
4
Total
15
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
Code
IF4099
IF4091
IF4092
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Electives for Informatics Engineering
No
Code
1
2
3
4
5
IF3035
IF3037
IF3038
IF3053
IF3058
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
IF4030
IF4031
IF4032
IF4033
IF4034
IF4035
IF4036
IF4037
IF4038
IF4050
IF4051
IF4052
IF4053
IF4054
IF4055
IF4056
IF4057
IF4058
IF4059
IF4097
Subject
Third Year Major Electives
Database Systems
Advanced Software Engineering
Internet Programming
Computer Graphics & Visualization
Cryptography
Third Year Major Electives
Distributed Database System
Management of Software Project
Project of Software
Method & Software Development Processes
Software System Engineering
Non Relational Data Base
Analysis, Design of Object Oriented
Data Base Technology
Programming of System
Knowledge Based Systems
Interpretation and Image Processing
Modeling and Simulation
Information Retrieval Systems
Wireless and Mobile Computing Systems
Multimedia Systems
Interaction Engineering
System Re-Engineering
Special Topics in Computer Science I
Special Topics in Computer Science II
Advanced Computer Networks
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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Informatics Engineering Course Descriptions
IF2030. 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: KU1071.
IF2031. Algorithm & Data Structure (Credit 3)
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: KU1071.
IF2032. Object Oriented Programming (Credit 4)
Object Oriented Paradigm; Class Concept, Object; Object life time (creation, allocation,
destruction), Basic Object Operation (attachment, comparison); Generic related; Inheritance &
polymorphism; Exception; ADT Concept, Machine, Process and OOP implementation; Object
Oriented Programming in minimum two languages (C++ and Java are chosen).
Prerequisites:KU1071 and IF2030.
IF2034. Database (Credit 3)
Database System: Definition and Component of Database System; Database Management
System; Level of Data View: Physical Level, Logical Level, and View Level; Logical Data Modeling:
Entity, Relationship, E-R Diagram; Physical Data Modeling: Relational Model, Relation,
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Normalization, Functional Dependency, Primary Key, Foreign Key, Integrity Constraint, Standard
Query Language (SQL) for Retrieval and Modification.
Prerequisites: IF2091.
IF2036. Software Engineering (Credit 3)
Software Engineering studies about basic concept and complete stages in software engineering
lifecycle. The materials include stages in software engineering (analysis, design, construction,
testing, and maintenance) ), based on two main methods: conventional method (structural) and
object oriented method, along with case study in analysis and design in order to give
comprehension understanding.
IF2050. Logic of Informatics (Credit 3)
This course discusses concepts of basic logics used in informatics field and some examples of
implementation. This course aims to teach logics as an important basic concept for other courses
in informatics field.Concepts of logics: propositional logic, propositional proofs, propositional
resolution, first order logic (FOL), proof of FOL, Ordered Resolution, introduction to proof theory.
Prerequisites: IF2091.
IF2052. Language Theory and Automata (Credit 3)
Operations of strings and language, Chomsky hirarchy of automata and theory formal languages,
deterministic finite automata, nondeterministic finite automata, finite automata with epsilon,
application automata, equivalence of deterministic finite automata and nondeterministic finite
automata, regular languages, finite automata and regular languages, properties of regular
languages, pumping lemma, minimization of automata, context free languages, parse trees,
ambiguity languages, deterministic pushdown automata, nondeterministic pushdown automata,
pushdown automata and context free languages , properties of context free languages, turing
machines, and application on compiler.
Prerequisites: KU1071 and IF2091.
IF2091. Discrete Structure (Credit 3)
Logic& Inference, set, mathematical induction, relations and functions, algorithm and number
theory, combinatoric, graphs, trees, and algorithm complexity.
IF2092. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
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Model and simulate the real world systems in two approaches: event based simulation and
process based simulation. This course consists ofdefinition and types of model and simulation,
event based simulation, process based simulation, statistical study and analysis for simulation,
random generator with certain distribution, queue case studies (M/M/1) and queue
network.Prerequisites: MA1101 and MA1201.
IF3035. Database Systems (Credit 3)
Database Systems Overview:Database Systems Architecture;Database Schema;Relational
Operator;Relational Algebra;Relational Calculus;Relational Operator Algorithm;Query
Optimization;Database Integrity: Constraints, Assertions, Validation Mechanism, Database
Programming, Triggers;Transaction Management:Concurret transaction protocol, deadlock
handling, serializability;Database Recovery : transaction recovery, commit protocol;Database
Security;Database Machines: centralized System, Client-Server System, Parallel System,
Distributed System;Performance Tuning;Database Systems for another model: topics covered in
the area of kind of non-relational database systems.
Prerequisites: IF2034 and IF3055.
IF3037. Advanced Software Engineering (Credit 3)
This course studies the methods of software engineering which includes process-oriented
method, object-oriented method and web-based application development. Study includes
various concepts and basic principles in each method together with approach being used while
modeling software problems and solutions. Course activities will be completed with case studies
and group assignments about software analysis and design based on method specified to give
better students comprehension.
Prerequisites: IF2036.
IF3038. Internet Programming (Credit 3)
Internet basic concept, Common Gateway Interface (CGI) with database and other protocol,
Server Side Script (PHP, JSP) with database and other protocol (FTP, SNMP, IMAP, POP3, HTTP),
XML, Java Internet Programming. Prerequisites: IF2034.
IF3051. Strategy of Algorithm (Credit 3)
Introduction of Algorithm Strategies: definition, classification of algorithms. Algorithm
complexity: time complexity, -notation.θ-notation, and Ωspace complexity, O-notation. Brute
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Force Algorithms: characteristics, algorithm examples, exhaustive search, heuristic. Greedy
Algorithms: general scheme, algorithm examples (coin exchange problem, knapsack problem,
shortest path problem, schedulling problems, minimum spanning tree, data compression using
Huffman). Divide and Conquer Algorithms: general scheme, algorithm examples (min-max
problem, closest pair problem, mergesort, quicksort, exponentiation, matrix multiplication, big
integer multiplication). DFS and BFS: DFS algorithm, BFS algorithm, applicatios. Backtracking
Algorithms: general scheme, algorithm examples (N-queen problem, graph colouring,
Hamiltonian cycle, maze problem). Branch and Bound Algorithm: general scheme, algorithm
examples (15-puzzle, TSP).
Prerequisites: IF2091 and IF2030.
IF3053. Computer Graphics & Visualization (Credit 3)
Introduction, output primitive and 2D graphic attribute, area filling, 2Dtransformation,windowing
& clipping, segmentation, 3D concept, introduction on shading & hidden line removal.
Prerequisites: MA2072.
IF3054. Artificial Intelligence (Credit 3)
This course discusses basic concept and simple applications in Artificial Intelligence discipline. It
consists of: basic knowledge of intelligent agent, problem solving techniques, knowledge
representation and reasoning, planning, learning, deterministic and non deterministic
environment, multiagent systems and its applications.
Prerequisites: IF2030, IF2052 and IF3051.
IF3055. Operating System (Credit 4)
Introduction of Basic Concept and History of Operating System; Process Management; Memory
Management; Input/Output Management; OS Cases: Linux, Windows.
Prerequisites: EL2010.
IF3056. Distributed Systems (Credit 3)
Distributed system’s structure : RPC and client-server, tiered-systems; Atomic transactions;
Event, message, and order : group communication; Fault-tolerance, peer-to-peer.
Prerequisites: IF3097.
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IF3057. Information System (Credit 3)
Students understand the concepts of information system, component, structure, function, type,
development of information system and its role to support the organization. Students get the
ability to analyze the need and to determine the information need by survey the real
organization in order to transform needs into a plan, apply the plan into appropriate information
system prototype. These steps purpose to make the organization more productive, efficient,
effective and to increase the superiority of potentiality in the competition.
Prerequisites:IF2034 and IF2036.
IF3058. Cryptography (Credit 3)
Introduction to cryptography; Attacks to cryptography; Mathematical foundation for
cryptography; Classical cryprography (Caesar cipher, Vigenere, Playfair, etc.); Cryptanalysis using
frequemcy analysis; Modern cryptography.; Stream cipher and block cipher; Some block ciphers
(DES, TDES, GOST, RC5, AES); Some stream ciphers (RC4, A5); Public-key cryptography; Some
public-key algorithms (RSA, ElGamal, Diffie-Hellman, Knapsack); Random generator; Hash
function and MAC; Digital signature; Crptography protocols; Public Key Infrastructure (PKI); Key
management; Cryptography in daily life; Steganography and watermarking; Visual
cryptography.Prerequisites: IF2091 and IF2030.
IF3094. Inter Personal Communication (Credit 2)
This course covers the fundamental concepts of inter personal communication and its application
in various life situations with the aspects of emotional intelligence and competence, effective
communication in a group (perception, self concept, self esteem and fundamental aspect for
inter personal relationship), leadership theory, attitude, individual character and its connection
with interpersonal and group communication in practice.
IF3097. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Introduction (network &network architecture, reference model, network standardization), direct
link network (data communication, transmission media, data link layer protocol, medium access
control, Ethernet, WLAN, Bluetooth), packet switching (bridges, switch, virtual circuit),
internetworking &problems on network layer (switch, datagram, virtual circuit, source routing,
bridge, spanning tree algorithm, VLAN), IP (fragmentation &reassembly, IP address, datagram
forwarding), error reporting (ICMP), virtual network &tunnel, routing (open shortest path first
protocol), internet, addressing, multicast, end-to-end protocols (TCP, UDP, congestion control
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algorithms), application (DNS, E-Mail, WWW, application layer network – management,
application layer – multimedia, overlay networks, security).
Prerequisites:IF3099. Human Computer Interaction (Credit 3)
Concepts in interaction design, understanding and conceptualizing interaction, user
understanding, design for collaboration & communication, affective aspects, interfaces, usercentered interaction design, introduction to evaluation, data gathering, design interaction
processes, usability testing.
Prerequisites: IF2036.
IF4030. Distributed Database System (Credit 3)
Overview on distributed database system; architecture of distributed database system:
transparancy, standardization, architecture model, global issue; distributed database design:
fragmentation design, allocation design, replication; distributed query optimization; concurrent
transaction control; reliability of distributed DBMS; distributed multi database system:
integration, query processing, transaction management; distributed database development: data
warehousing, world wide web, push based technology, mobile database.
Prerequisites: IF3097, IF2034 and IF3035.
IF4031. Management of Software Project (Credit 3)
This course studies the definitions of term project, project management and project
management of software engineering. This course also studies the processes group of project
management of software engineering which includes preparation, plan, execution, monitor,
control and finalization of a software project.Knowledge area of this course includes core
function (scope, time, cost and quality management), facilitating function (human resource,
communication, risk and procurement management) and project integration
management.Prerequisites: IF2036 and IF3037.
IF4032. Software Project (Credit 3)
This course gives experience in medium scale software project implementation by using certain
method and documentation standard. Course material includes overview on the software
development method. Students are divided into several groups where each group should be a
team in implementing a software development project with certain topic. The activity should
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include analysis, design, construction and testing of software. There will be a formal review to
evaluate the progress of project implementation.
Prerequisites: IF2036 and IF3037.
IF4033. Method & Software Development Processes (Credit 3)
Overview of softwfare development methodology, object-oriented analysis & design, aspectoriented software engineering, unified process in evolutive & incremental software
development, agent-oriented software development, agile software development.
Prerequisites: IF2036.
IF4034. Software System Engineering (Credit 3)
This course discusses various new methods and models on software development process, other
than the one discussed in lecture of software engineering and advanced software engineering.
The methods include component based software engineering, aspect based software
engineering, etc. The models include iterative and incremental model, agile model,
etc.Prerequisites: IF2036.
IF4035. Non Relational Database (Credit 3)
This course discusses various database non relational model as an alternative for common
relational model. It includes the limitation on relational system: classification probelm for
relational system, relation system weakness; various non relational database (such as temporal
database, object oriented data base, deductive): requirement background, important concept
related with studied system, the relation with other knowledge field, the differences with
relational system, query language, query evaluation mechanism, developing
environment.Prerequisites: IF2034, IF3035 and IF2050.
IF4036. Object Oriented Analysis and Design (Credit 3)
This course gives understanding on paradigms in developing an object oriented software and the
implementation of method and analysis/design technique with tools. This course aims to give
understanding and implementation on analysis and design process on object oriented software
including paradigms in developing object oriented software, methods and techniques for object
oriented analysis, methods and techniques for object oriented design, validation process of
analysis & design results and mapping of analysis and design results into
implementation.Prerequisites: IF2036 and IF2032.
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IF4037. 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: IF2034 and IF3035.
IF4038. System Programming (Credit 3)
Knowledge and practical on computer system programming using system call on available
functions to control hardware.Programming technique on closer level with hardware: signal,
pipe, thread programming, device driver programming. Prerequisites: EL2010 and
IF3055.Prerequisites: EL2010 and IF3055.
IF4050. Knowledge Based Systems (Credit 3)
This course discusses concept and implementation of a knowledge base system.
The discussed concept includes General architecture of Knowledge Base System (KBS),
knowledge representation, knowledge acquisition (manual and automatic), problem type
(classification and construction), various methods to solve problems in KBS: heuristic
classification, Ripple-Down-Rule, Skeletal plan, Propose-and-exchange, Propose-and-Revise,
Least-Commitment, Case-Base Reasoning. This course aims to increave problem solving skill by
using KBS concept.
Prerequisites: IF3054.
IF4051. Image Processing and Interpretation (Credit 3)
Image representation, sampling, convolution, image recovery, transformation, smoothing,
sharpening, intensity transformation, edge detecting: gradient-based, template matching;
boundary tracing; texture; combining image: warp, morph.
Prerequisites: MA2072.
IF4052. Modeling and Simulation (Credit 3)
Model and simulate the real world systems in two approaches: event based simulation and
process based simulation. This course consists of: definition and types of model and simulation,
event based simulation, process based simulation, statistical study and analysis for simulation,
random generator with certain distribution, queue case studies (M/M/1) and queue
network.Prerequisites: IF2092.
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IF4053. Information Retrieval Systems (Credit 3)
Basic concept of information retrieval, words weighting methods, vector space model,
probabilistic model, relevance feedback, thesaurus, query expansion, system performance
evaluation, searching machine, text classification.
Prerequisites: MA2072 and IF2092.
IF4054. Wireless and Mobile Computing Systems (Credit 3)
Basic concept of mobile and wireless communication(frequency, radio transmission, signal and
propagation, multiplexing, modulation, medium access control), mobile communication systems
(2G and 3G), wireless LAN technology (IEE 802.11, bluetooth), network layer protocol (Mobile IP),
transport layer protocol (mobile TCP), and mobile and wireless application.
Prerequisites:IF4055. Multimedia Systems (Credit 3)
Definition and scope of multimedia systems, component technology for application content
(sound/ audio, image/ graphics, video/ animation), compression and decompression technology,
software development for multimedia application.
Prerequisites: IF3097.
IF4056. Interaction Engineering (Credit 3)
Overview of interaction problem, concept of usability engineering, concept of user centered
design, interaction modeling, and a case study for designing application
interaction.Prerequisites: IF3099.
IF4057. System Re-Engineering (Credit 3)
Business process reengineering (BPR), critical success factor, change enablers, BPR
failures, BPR methodology, BPR tools, rapid reengineering, preparasi, identifikasi, visi,
perancangan, transformasi, critical issues.
Prerequisites: IF2036 and IF3037.
IF4058. Special Topics in Computer Science I (Credit 3)
Special topics in computer science not covered in existing courses.
Prerequisites: instructor approval.
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IF4059. Special Topics in Computer Science II (Credit 3)
Special topics in computer science not covered in existing courses.
Prerequisites: instructor approval.
IF4091. 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 engineering in companies/industries.
Prerequisites: has completed at least 108 credits.
IF4092. Socio-technology of Information (Credit 2)
Practical real world knowledge on IT implementation and its influence, including attitude change
on IT proffesional individual, user and organization or business; new position as impact from legal
aspect or rule.
Prerequisites: IF3057.
IF4096. Final Project I & Seminar (Credit 2)
Preliminary investigation of real world problems in informatics 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.
IF4097. Advanced Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Overview of TCP/IP, Network Infrastructure services, Internet QoS Architecture, Routing
protocol, Network protocol implementation, IPv6, and Network Security and its technologies.
Prerequisites: IF3097.
IF4099. 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.
Prerequisite: IF4096.
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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 be able to develop professionally through life-long learning in order to adapt to a
changing world.
Program Outcomes
The expected program outcomes derived from the Program Educational Objectives are:
l)
An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
m) An ability to analyze dynamics of problems, identify and define the computing
requirementsappropriate to its future solution
n) An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component,or
program to meet desired needs
o) An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
p) An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities
q) An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
r) An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations,and
society
s) Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
t) An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
u) An understanding of processes that support the delivery and management of information systems
within a specific application environment.
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v) An ability to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information
technologies.
w) An ability to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation,
evaluation and administration of computer-based systems.
x) An ability to effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment.
y) An understanding of best practices and standards and their application.
z) An ability to assist in the creation of an effective project plan.
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
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2072
II2091
II2092
EL2095
EL2195
IF2031
TI2106
Subject
Engineering Mathematics I
Discrete Structure
Probability & Statistics
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Algorithm & Data Structure
Management (II)
Credit
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
IF2033
IF2034
IF2036
EL2010
II2040
II2094
Subject
Object Oriented Programming
Database
Software Engineering
Organization & Computer Architecture
System Analysis & Design
Signal & Systems
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
Total
18
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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Code
IF3055
II3061
II3063
II3090
II3097
TI3106
Subject
Operating System
System Engineering
Multimedia Systems
Analysis of Information Requirement
Computer Networks
Organization Behavior (II)
Credit
4
3
3
3
3
3
Total
19
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
II3042
II3044
II3062
II3094
II3099
KU206X
Subject
Management of Information Resources
Project Management
Information Security
Inter-personal Communication
Human Computer Interaction
Non Major Elective
Religion and Ethics
Credit
3
3
3
2
3
3
2
Total
19
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SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
Code
II4096
II3098
Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Ethics & Cyber Law
Major Elective
Free Electives
Credit
2
2
3
10
Total
17
Subject
Final Project II
Industrial Practice
Pancasila and Civic Education
Environmental Elective
Free Electives
Credit
4
2
2
3
5
Total
16
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
Code
II4099
II4091
KU2071
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Electives for Information System & Technology
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Code
II3065
II4040
II4041
II4042
II4043
II4044
II4045
II4060
II4061
II4062
II4063
II4064
II4065
II4097
Subject
Discrete Time Signal Processing
Business Intelligence
Planning of Information System
Decision Support System
Enterprise Information Systems
Intelligence Information Systems
Information System Audit
Theory and Queuing Systems
Multimedia System Engineering
Cryptography and Coding
Computer Forensic and Networking
Analysis and Design of System Performance
Mobile Application Development
Advanced Computer Networks
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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Information System and Technology Course Descriptions
II2040. System Analysis & Design (Credit 3)
Fundamental concept &goals of information system (IS), system development life cycle, system
development strategy, system analysis, methode &tools in system analysis, feasibility study,
introduction to project management in IS development, system design, logical design &coding,
input-output design, design of interface &dialog, design of distributed system, design of IS
specifications, system implementation, system maintenance.
Prerequisites: TI2106, Coquisites: IF2034
II2091. Discrete Structure (Credit 3)
The concept includes logics, set theory, matrix, functions and relations, mathematical inductions,
algorithm and integers, combinatorial and discrete probability, Boolean algebra, graphs, trees,
and algorithm complexities.
Prerequisites: II2092. Probability & Statistics (Credit 3)
sample space, events, operations, sample point calculations, probability of an event, probability
axioms, conditional probability, bayes rules; random variables: probability distributions, discrete
and continuous random variables; random variables functions: transformation theory, sample
distribution derivation; evaluation theory and hypothesis testing.
Prerequisites: MA 1101, MA 1201
II2094. Signal & Systems (Credit 3)
Continous time signals and systems, Fourier transform, frequency response, Fourier series,
Laplace transform, energy and power spectral, passive filter design, Butterworth, Chebyshev,
active filter design.
Prerequisites: II3042. Management of Information Resources (Credit 3)
Information management strategies, information as strategic asset, information evolution model,
company’s maturity level & dimension, managing corporate IS evolution &maintenance, keeping
systems alignment, towards enterprise architectures, governance implementation.
Prerequisites: II2040, II3090
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II3044. Project Management (Credit 3)
Life cycle & project planning, budget planning, project estimation, project organization, financial
analysis, risk management, communication management, quality management, procurement,
human resource management, configuration management, sub-contract management, project
closing.
Prerequisites:
II3061. System Engineering (Credit 3)
System engineering principles, development phasing, system engineering process life cycle, life
cycle planning, system engineering management, system engineering application,
implementation of systems development projects, system engineer thinking (integrated user
needs, technological opportunities, financial & schedule constraints, capabilities & ambitions of
the engineering specialists.
Prerequisites: II3062. Information Security (Credit 3)
Fondation of information security, network security, application security, introduction to
cryptography, specific domain security(email, web security), firewall, intrusion detection system
(IDS).
Prerequisites:II3063. Multimedia Systems (Credit 3)
Definition of multimedia, multimedia communications, multimedia information representation,
text &image compression, audio &video compression, standard for multimedia communications,
enterprise network, application Support.
Prerequisites:II3065. Discrete Time Signal Processing (Credit 3)
Signal and system, digital signal processing, discrete-time (DT) signals, DT systems, linear timeinvariant (LTI) systems, discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT), frequency analysis of LTI systems,
z-transform (ZT), Z-domain analysis of LTI systems,discrete Fourier transform (DFT), filter, fast
Fourier transform, introduction to digital signal processor.
Prerequisites: -
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II3090. Analysis of Information Requirement (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:II 2040
II3094. Inter-personal Communication (Credit 2)
Overview of interpersonal communication skills, skills affect individuals and groups in society.
personal and interpersonal strategies for understanding, appreciating, and managing
communication skills in personal and career relationships.
Prerequisites: II3097. Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Introduction (network &network architecture, reference model, network standardization), direct
link network (data communication, transmission media, data link layer protocol, medium access
control, Ethernet, WLAN, Bluetooth), packet switching (bridges, switch, virtual circuit),
internetworking &problems on network layer (switch, datagram, virtual circuit, source routing,
bridge, spanning tree algorithm, VLAN), IP (fragmentation &reassembly, IP address, datagram
forwarding), error reporting (ICMP), virtual network &tunnel, routing (open shortest path first
protocol), internet, addressing, multicast, end-to-end protocols (TCP, UDP, congestion control
algorithms), application (DNS, E-Mail, WWW, application layer network – management,
application layer – multimedia, overlay networks, security).
Prerequisites: II3098. Ethics & Cyber Law (Credit 2)
Introduction to ethics &social responsibility, theory of ethics, contextual issues of ethics of IT in
organization, professional jobs in IT, justice in economic market, privacy &security, copyright
&piracy, electronic problem, valuing IT, IT professional responsibility.
Prerequisites: II3099. Human Computer Interaction (Credit 3)
Concept in interaction design, knowledge and conseptualization of interaction, knowledge about
user, design for collaboration and communication, the effects of interface, process in interaction
design, prototyping, user oriented interaction design, introduction about evaluation and types of
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usability testing techniques, study case of interface design, and its interaction in software
development.
Prerequisites: IF 2036
II4040. Business Intelligence (Credit 3)
Introduction – addressing Business challenges, data warehouse, data mining, extractiontransformation-loading, BI Dashboard, addressing business problems with Bi.
Prerequisite:II4041. Planning of Information System (Credit 3)
Information system planning, planning processes and techniques, benefit of information system
planning, planning approach, planning process: visioning phase, analysis phase, direction phase,
recommendation phase.
Prerequisite:II4042. 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:II4043. Enterprise Information Systems (Credit 3)
Concept of Enterprise Information System (EIS), business process, enterprise resource planning
(ERP) concept & history, implementation of ERP case study, implementation strategy, single vs
multisystem, enterprise application integration (EAI), electronic data interchange (EDI), EAI
technology for EAI, software as a service, IT governance, COBIT (planning, developing, operating,
monitoring).
Prerequisites: II4044. Intelligence Information Systems (Credit 3)
Basic theory of machine learning, Various machine learning techniques (decision tree, regression,
naive bayes, neural network, clustering), applications of intelligent information system in
business, applications of automatic text processing and its relevant techniques (information
retrieval, information extraction, question answering, document summarization). Prerequisites:
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II4045. Information System Audit (Credit 3)
General principles: definition and area of IS audit, types and objective, process of evaluation of IS
internal control, audit processes.
Prerequisites: II4060. Theory and Queuing Systems (Credit 3)
Introduction to queues and queuing theory, stochastic processes, Markov chains, basic queuing
theory: analysis of M/M/-/- type queues, departures, method of stages, batch arrivals, analysis of
the simple M/G/1 Queue: residual life, embedded Markov chain, advance queuing theory: M/G/1
queue with vacations and exceptional first service, M/G/1 queue with batch arrivals, priority
operation of the M/G/1 queue, queuing networks.
Prerequisites: II4061. 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. 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:II4063. Computer Forensic and Networking (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.
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Prerequisites:
II4064. Analysis and 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:
II4065. Mobile Application Development (Credit 3)
Introduction to mobile application programming, high level & low level user interface, persistent
storage, networking, J2ME & enterprise computing, BREW, optimizations.
Prerequisites: II4091. 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
Prerequisites: II4096. 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.
II4097. Advanced Computer Networks (Credit 3)
Overview of TCP/IP, Network Infrastructure services, Internet QoS Architecture, Routing
protocol, Network protocol implementation, IPv6, and Network Security and its technologies.
Prerequisites: II3097.
II4099. 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: II4096.
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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 today’s 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. High quality undergraduate qualification of Telecommunication Engineering, so they are well
prepared to enter global and competitive markets andenvironments.
2. Strong motivations to pursue their graduate educations, conduct innovative research, and well
motivated towards life-long learning
3. Critical and innovative thinking and techniques, effective communication skill, and sensitivity to
social issues, to adapt to ever-changing and fast-growing telecommunications technologies.
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Program Outcomes
Graduates of Telecommunications Engineering Study Program will have the following outcomes :
a) A comprehensive fundamental knowledge required to understand social and environmental impacts
caused from any engineering solution of telecommunications problems.
b) An ability to solve and analyze practical problems of telecommunication engineering with the use of
techniques, skills, and modern enginering tools, based on fundamental knowledge of mathematics,
sciences, and engineering.
c) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve telecommunication engineering problems through
innovative processes, which covers planning, specification, design, and implementation phases, as
well as verification of cost, time, and quality assurance.
d) An ability to design and conduct scientific and engineering experiments, as well as an ability of data
analyses and interpretation.
e) An effective communications skills and can work as an individual or in a team of multidiciplines.
f)
A professional and ethical responsibilities, as well as awareness and motivation towards life-long
learning.
g) An extensive experience in academic environments, which will encourage and motivate them to
learn and to pursue their graduate educations.
h) An ability to understand and to respond to the most recent development and issues of
telecommunication technology.
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;
academic profession and research institutions; entrepreneur and consulting/contractor companies;
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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
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2072
ET2091
EL2093
EL2193
EL2095
EL2195
IF2031
Subject
Engineering Mathematics I
Discrete Structure
Electric Circuits
Electric Circuit Laboratory
Digital Systems
Digital Systems Laboratory
Algorithm & Data Structure
Credit
3
3
3
1
3
1
3
Total
17
Subject
Engineering Mathematics II
Electronics
Electronics Laboratory
Telecommunications Networks
Electromagnetics
Signal & Systems
Religion and Ethics
Credit
3
3
1
3
3
3
2
Total
18
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
MA2074
EL2040
EL2140
ET2080
EL2090
ET2094
KU206X
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JUNIOR(THIRD) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
ET2092
ET3080
ET3081
ET3083
ET3085
ET3180
IF2036
Subject
Probability and Statistics
Electromagnetics II
Communication Systems
Data Communications
Signal Processing
Telecommunications Laboratory I
Software Engineering
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
Total
19
Subject
Communications II
Telecom Traffic Engineering
Communication Electronics & Microwave
Antenna & Wave Propagation
Optical Communication Systems
Telecommunications Laboratory II
Pancasila and Civic Education
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
Total
18
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Code
ET3082
ET3084
ET3086
ET3087
ET3088
ET3280
KU2071
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SENIOR(FOURTH) YEAR
First Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
Code
ET4096
ET4080
Subject
Final Project I & Seminar
Design of Baseband Systems
Major Electives
Non Major Elective
Management Elective
Credit
2
3
9
3
3
Total
20
Subject
Final Project II
Industrial Experiences
Selected Topics in Telecommunication
Environmental Elective
Major Electives
Free Electives
Credit
4
2
1
3
3
3
Total
16
Second Semester
No
1
2
3
4
5
5
Code
ET4099
ET4091
ET4282
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Major Electives for Telecommunication 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
28
29
30
31
Code
ET4060
ET4065
ET4066
ET4067
ET4081
ET4082
ET4083
ET4084
ET4085
ET4086
ET4087
ET4088
ET4089
ET4093
ET4094
ET4180
ET4181
ET4182
ET4183
ET4184
ET4185
ET4186
ET4187
ET4188
ET4193
ET4288
ET4289
ET4293
ET4288
ET4289
ET4293
Subject
Probability and Random Processes
Signal Processing II
Project Management of Telecommunication Services
Communication Electronics & Microwave II
Cellular Communications Systems
Satellite, Terrestrial & Broadcasting Comm Systems
Multimedia Communications Systems
Radar Systems, Navigation & Telemetry
Security of Telecommunications Network
Data Communications Networks
Telecommunications Network Management
Economics & Revenue Assurance of Telecomm.
Regulation & Policy of Telecommunications
Development of Profession/Community A
Humanism
Electromagnetics
Queueing Network
Observation System
Advanced Digital Communications Systems
Information Theory and Source Coding
Statistical Signal Processing
Channel Coding Theory
Advanced Telecommunications Networks
Wireless Communications Networks
Development of Profession/Community B
IP-based Infrastructur and Optical Networks
Wavelet and Multiresolution Analysis
Development of Profession/Community C
IP-based Infrastructur and Optical Networks
Wavelet and Multiresolution Analysis
Development of Profession/Community C
Credit
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
4
Pre-Req
-
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Telecommunication Engineering Course Descriptions
ET2091. Discrete Structure (Credit 3)
Logic and set theory, sequences and summations, functions and their growth, algorithms and
complexity, Matrices, numbering theory and application, Mathematical Reasoning, relations and
representation, inductive and recursive definitions and arguments, recurrence relation, divide
and conquer relations, Inclusion-Exclusion and their application, fundamentals of counting,
discrete and theory probability, variance and expected value, recurrence relations, relations
including equivalence relations, closures of relations, graphs theory: representation of graph and
terminology, Isomorphism, Connectivity, Euler and Hamilton Paths, shortest path problem,
Travelling salesman Problem, Planar graph, graph coloring, trees and application: spanning tree
minimum, decision tree, Huffman coding tree, tree-searching and traversal. Boolean functions,
Representing Boolean function, logic gates and minimization of circuits.
Prerequisites: ET2092. 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 and MA1201.
ET2094. Signal & Systems (Credit 3)
Continous time signals and systems, Fourier transform, frequency response, Fourier series,
Laplace transform, energy and power spectral, passive filter design, Butterworth, Chebyshev,
active filter design.
Prerequisites: ET3080. Electromagnetic Fields II (Credit 3)
Normal- and oblique-incidence plane wave reflection and transmission at plane boundaries:
characteristics of plane wave propagation at multiple interfaces, critical and Brewster angle for
oblique-incidence. Transmission lines: TEM mode, VSWR, steady state analysis, reflections and
transmission with sinusoidal excitations, impedance matching, Smith chart. Wave guide: mode of
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propagation (TE and TM mode), field configurations and energy flow. Antennas: aspect of
radiation, basic parameters of antennas, radiation of short alternating current element.
Prerequisites: EL2090.
ET3081. Communication Systems (Credit 3)
General model and element of communication system; spectra and Fourier transform; amplitude
(linear) modulation; exponential (angle) modulation; random signal and noise: random process,
power spectral, baseband transmission with noise, transmission of narrowband noise, noise
equivalent bandwidth; noise in analog modulation system: bandpass noise; amplitude (linear)
modulation with noise, exponential (angle) modulation with noise; Analog to Digital conversion:
sampling theory, aliasing, PAM, PCM, multiplexing, Digital modulation: ASK, FSK, PSK,
QPSK.Prerequisites: ET2094, MA2074 and MA2072.
ET3082. Communications II (Credit 3)
Digital Baseband Transmission : Block diagram, matched filter detection, probability of error.
Transmission through band limited channel : intersymbol interference, Nyquist criterion for ISI
free transmission, eye pattern, baseband equalization. Signal space analysis, maximum likelihood
decoding, performance analysis. Digital modulation : amplitude, phase, frequency, hybrid
modulation; performance of digital modulation systems. Synchronization system : carrier, symbol
and frame synchronization.
Prerequisites: ET3081.
ET3083. Data Communications (Credit 3)
Overview of data communications: Network Taxonomy, Circuit-Switched Communication
Network, Packet-Switched Communication Networks (Datagram, Virtual Circuit), Broadcast
Communication Network (LAN), OSI Reference Model, TCP/IP Model, TCP/IP Protocol Suite,
Physiscal Layer: Data Transmission, Transmission Media, Signal Encoding Techniques; Data Link
Layer: Framing, Fow Control, Error Control, ARQ, HDLC Protocol; MAC: ALOHA, Sloted ALOHA,
CSMA, CSMA/CD; LAN: IEEE802.x, Network Layer: IP Protocol, IP Addressing, Routing, Transport
Layer: UDP, TCP, Flow Control, Error Control, Congestion Control.
Prerequisites: ET2080.
ET3084. Telecommunications Traffic Engineering (Credit 3)
Introduction to Telecommunication traffic Engineering; Traffic concepts and grade of service;
Review of the Probability Theory and Statistics; Time Interval Distributions; Arrival Processes; The
Poisson process; Erlang’s loss system and B–formula; Loss systems with full accessibility;
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Overflow theory; Multi-Dimensional Loss Systems; Dimensioning of telecom networks;
Introduction to Delay Systems, Applied Queuing Theory and Networks of queues; Traffic
measurements; Telecommunication Traffic Simulation Tools.
Prerequisites: ET2080.
ET3085. Signal Processing (Credit 3)
Review of Discrete-time Fourier Transform (DTFT), The Discrete Fourier Transform(DFT), and The
z-transform. The Correlation Analysis; Crosscorrelation and Autocorrelation Sequences,
Properties of the Crosscorrelation and Autocorrelation Sequences, Input-Output Correlation
Sequences, Correlation in transform domain . Sampling and Reconstruction of Signals; Analog to
Digital Conversion, Digital to Analog Conversion, Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), Delta
Modulation (DM). Digital FIR Design; Symmetric and Antisymmetric FIR Filter, Window Method,
Frequency Sampling Method, Optimal Method, FIR Filter Structures. IIR Filter Design;
Approximation of Derivatives, Impulse Invariant Method, Biliniear Transformation Method, FIR
Filter Structures.
Prerequisites: MA2074 and ET2094.
ET3086. Communication Electronics & Microwave (Credit 3)
Introduction: elements of communication systems, two port network, transmission line; Radio
frequency filter design: filter classification, image parameter method, insertion-loss method,
microwave filters, Richard’s Transformation, Kuroda’s Identities; Impedance matching networks:
single stub matching, double-stub matching, matching using lumped elements, Smith Chart;
Radio frequency amplifier design: power gain, stability, noise figure, input and output vswr,
amplifier classification, power amplifier; Radio frequency mixers; Radio frequency oscillators:
oscillation condition, crystal oscillators, one port negative resistance oscillators, microwave
transistor oscillators, phase locked loop, frequency synthesizers; Transmission line components:
directional coupler, power divider, hybrid coupler.
Prerequisites: ET3081.
ET3087. Antenna & Wave Propagation (Credit 3)
Elemen of radio communication system, antenna concept and characteristics, point sources, Friis
transmission formula, short dipole, self and mutual impedance, antenna array and array types,
feeding techniques, antenna types and characteristics, antenna mesurements; wave propagation
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mechanism: space wave, direct wave, diffraction, tropospheric scattering, sky wave propagation,
ground wave propagation, and wave propagation in water.
Prerequisites: ET3080.
ET3088. Optical Communication Systems (Credit 3)
Telecommunication System Characteristics in Conductor Cable and its Components; Parameters
& Components of Low Frequency Transmission System: Phase Attenuation, Distortion, Capacity,
2W & 4W Circuits, Crosstalk, Noise, S/N, BER, NEXT, FEXT, Hybrid Set, Echo Canceller, Repeaters)
High Frequency Transmission Systems and Their Components, Mutiplexers and Demultiplexers,
FDM, Multipair Cables, Coaxial Cables, PDH, SDH/SONET, Line Codes, XDSL. Telecommunication
Systems Characteristics in Fibre Optics and Its Component (Fibre Optic Types, Attenuation,
Dispersion, Power Budget, Risetime Budget, Transmitter, Receiver, Splicing, Connector, Splitters,
Couplers, Line Codes, HFC), Measurement in Optical Communication Systems. First generation
optical network: SONET/SDH and Fiber Channel, cover ESCON, HIPPI, FDDI, ATM, and IP. Local
Area and Access Networks. Second generation optical network: network architectures for WAN
and MAN: performance and optimization.
Control and Management.Photonic Packet
Switching.Optical Networks and the Internet.System and optical network evolution.
Prerequisites: ET2080 and ET3081.
ET3180. Telecommunications Laboratory I (Credit 1)
Laboratory of Telecommunications Networks: TCP/IP and server installation, router
configuration, characteristics of packet switched and virtual packet switched, introduction to
network simulator-2; Laboratory of Communication System I : Amplitude modulation, Frequency
modulation, sample and hold, aliasing, multiplex signaling.
Prerequisites: ET3280. Telecommunications Laboratory II (Credit 1)
Laboratory of Antenna and Wave Propagation : measurement of bandwidth/VSWR,
measurement of antenna gain and radiation pattern; Laboratory of Telecommunications Traffic
Engineering: analysisi of queuing and blocking system, traffic calculation; Laboratory of Optical
Communication Systems : rise time budget, power budget; Laboratory of Communication System
II: Phase Shift Keying (PSK), Frequency Shift Keying (FSK); Laboratory of Communication
Electronics & Microwave: characteristic of small signal radio frequency amplifier, impedance
matching and Smith Chart.
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ET4060. Probability and Random Processes (Credit 3)
Probability, Random Variables, Functions of random variables; Expectation and estimation,
conditional expectation, moments; Random vectors and parameter estimation, expectation
vectors and covariance matrices, properties of covariance matrices; Random sequences, WSS
random sequences, Markov random processes; random processes, some important random
process, wide-sense stasionary processes.
Prerequisites: ET2092, MA2072, MA2074 and ET3085.
ET4065. Signal Processing II (Credit 3)
Sampling of Continuous Signal : Sampling of Bandpass Signal. Multirate Digital Signal Processing;
Decimation by Integer Factors, Interpolation by Integer Factors, Sampling Rate Conversion by
Non-integer Factors, Filter Design and Impementation for Sampling Rate Conversion, Application
of Multirate Signal Processing. Discrete Hilbert Transforms : Relationship between Magnitude
and Phase, Hilbert Transform Relations for Complex Sequences. Implementation of Discrete-Time
System: Digital Filter Structures overview, Representation of Numbers, Quantization of Filter
Coefficients, Round-Off Effect in Digital Filters. Overview of the Hardware and Software Tools for
DSP algorithm implementation. Signal Processing Applications in Communication and Student
Projects : Digital Communication Transmitter & Receiver, Analog Modulation Transmitter &
Receiver , Multicarrier System.
Prerequisites: ET2094, ET3085 and ET3082.
ET4066. Project Management of Telecommunication Services (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:ET4067. Communication Electronics & Microwave II (Credit 3)
Introduction: wave propagation on a transmission line, terminated transmission lines, quarter
wave transformer, generator and load mismatch; Transmission lines and waveguide: general
solution for wave propagation, parallel-plate waveguide, rectangular waveguide, circular
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waveguide, coaxial line, stripline, microstrip, excitation of waveguide, propagation in ferrites;
Microwave resonators: transmission line resonators, rectangular waveguide cavities, circular
waveguide cavities, dielectric resonators; Periodic structures: wave analysis of periodic
structures, terminated periodic structures, matching of periodic structures; Electromagnetic
metamaterials: transmission lines approach, transmission lines theory of metamaterials, balance
and unbalance resonances, LC network implementation, transmission matrix analysis, Bloch
impedance.
Prerequisites: ET2090, ET3080, ET3086 and ET3087.
ET4080. Design of Baseband Systems (Credit 3)
Study on application of embedded system in telecommunication engineering, design of
microprocessor and microcontroller, memory system, hardware interfacing, assembly language
and application project in telecommunication systems.
Prerequisites: EL2095.
ET4081. Cellular Communications Systems (Credit 3)
Concept of wireless cellular communications, cochannel and adjacent channel interference,
reuse of radio resources, wireless propagation and multipath channel models, mitigation
techniques of multipath channel impairements, wireless multiple access techniques: FDMA,
TDMA, and CDMA, wireless modulation techniques, wireless coverage and traffic planning and
design,
performance
of
wireless
communications,
wireless
technology
and
standard.Prerequisites: ET3087 and ET3082.
ET4082. Satellite, Terrestrial & Broadcasting Communications Systems (Credit 3)
Microwave Communication, LOS systems, Characteristics of LOS Propagation, Characteristics of
LOS systems, Choice of frequency , Fading diversity reception Modulation scheme, TransmittersReceivers, Microwave Link Budget, Design of Microwave links. Broadband Wireless Access and
Fixed WiMAX systems. Elements of Satellite Communications, Satellite Orbits, Earth Station,
Earth to Space Propagation, Satellite Link Budget, Frequency Division Multiple Access, Time
Division Multiple Access, Demand Assignment Multiple Access, Very Small Aperture Terminal
Networks, Mobile Satellite Networks.Terrestrial and Satellite-based broadcasting systems :
Analog, Digital,IP. Recent broadcasting systems : DAB, DVB, DTH and IPTV over 3G, WiMAX/LTE.
Prerequisites: ET3087 and ET3082.
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ET4083. Multimedia Communications Systems (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.Prerequisites:ET4084. Radar Systems, Navigation & Telemetry (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. 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: ET3081 and ET3082.
ET4085. Security of Telecommunications Network (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:ET4086. Data Communications Networks (Credit 3)
Introduction to data communications: Brief history, networks, models, standards, future trends;
Application layer: Architectures, www, email, other applications; Physical layer: circuits,
communications media, data transmission; Data link layer: MAC, error control, protocols,
transmission efficiency; Network & Transport Layer: protocols, functions, TCP/IP examples; Local
Area Network: component, Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), WiFi, WiMax, blue tooth, best practice WLAN
design, improving LAN performance, management implications; Backbone networks:
components, backbone network, architectures, backbone technology, best practice backbone
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design, improving backbone performance; MAN & WAN: circuit switched network, dedicated
circuit networks, packet switched network, virtual private network, best practice MAN/WAN
design, improving MAN/WAN performance, implication for management; The internet: principle,
internet access gtechnology, implication for management; Network security: security threats &
network control, risk assessment, business continuity planning, intrusion prevention, best
practice recommendation; Network design: needs analysis, technology design, cost assessment,
designing for network performance, implication for management; Network management:
organizing the management function, configuration management, performance and fault
management, end user supports, cost management.
Prerequisites: ET4087. Telecommunications Network Management (Credit 3)
Overview of network management from business and technical perspective, activity and tools to
run the network, basic component ant its role in network management, network management
aspecmanajemen jaringantion and reference of management, information of network
management, communication pattern of network management, protocol for network
management, organizations of network management, integration of network management,
service level management, measurement and efefctivity of network management.
Prerequisites: ET2080 and ET3083.
ET4088. Telecommunications Economy& Revenue Assurance (Credit 3)
Structure, Regulation and Competition in the Telecommunications Industry, Network Effects,
Customer Demand Analysis, Econometric Cost Functions, Price Regulation, The Theory of Access
Pricing and Interconnection, Interconnection Practices, Competition Policy in
Telecommunications, Mobile Telephone, Spectrum Auctions, Frequency Management, Revenue
Assurance (RA): Scope, Objectives and Approaches, Leakage Mapping and Noise, RA Operations
and System, Fraud Management System in Telecommunications.
Prerequisites: ET2080 and ET3081.
ET4089. Regulation & Telecommunications Policy (Credit 3)
Overview of Telecommunication Regulation: Telecommunication Regulatory Body, optimal
regulation; Principles, policies and Regulatory Practices: Competition Policy, Universal Service
(USO), Interconnection Regulation, Price Regulation and Licensing Telecommunication Services;
Overview of National Telecommunication Regulation: Telecommunication regulation, Frequency
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Pricing regulation and Standardization Regulation; Trend of Telecommunication Regulation:
Convergence Regulation.
Prerequisites: ET2080, ET3084, ET3081 and ET3082.
ET4091. 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.
ET4096. 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.
ET4099. 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: ET4096.
ET4282. Selected Topics in Telecommunication (Credit 1)
The course provides state of the art technology and business aspects in telecommunications
sector. The course is currently organized as series of guest lectures from external distinguished
speakers come from industries and other related institutions. Occasionally, there are also some
special topics related with entrepreneurships and soft skills since these are also important and
relevant to open the insight of the course participants.
Prerequisite: ET 2080, ET 3081, ET 3082, and ET 3083
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