IEEE Indonesia Section Member Gathering and Chairmanship Handing Over

IEEE Indonesia Section Chairmanship handing-over, Meeting and Member Gathering, was held:
Day / date : Saturday / 30 March 2019
Time : 08.30 – 16.30
Venue : Ruang Theater, Unit 6 Lantai 4 Kampus Universitas Budi Luhur,
Jalan Cileduk Raya Petukangan Utara, Jakarta Selatan
08:30 – 09:00: Registration, Ice Breaking and Networking
Student Branch Performance
09:00 – 09:40: Representatives from Student Branch in Indonesia
Welcome address
09:40 – 09:45: Opening Speech by committee of IEEE Indonesia Section Chairmanship Handing Over & Member Gathering, Mr. Indra Riyanto (5′)
09:45 – 09:50: Remarks by Rector Universitas Budi Luhur (5’)

Panel Discussion: Industry, Government, Community
09:50-11.50: Theme: Shaping the Future of Digital Society in A Fast Changing World
1. Kuncoro Wastuwibowo, Assistant Vice President, Industry Synergy, Telkom Indonesia
2. Dr. Denny Setiawan, Direktur Penataan, DitJen SDPPI, Kementrian Kominfo
3. Teguh Prasetyo, MasTel and Ketua Asosiasi IoT Indonesia

Photo session
11.50 – 12.00 Photo Session (10′)

Indonesia Section Report 2017-2018
13:00 – 13:40: Report by IEEE Indonesia Section Chair and Presentation of IEEE Indonesia Section at a Glance (30′)
Affinity Group Report
13:40 – 13:45 Women In Engineering, Prof. Dr. Riri Fitri Sari (5’)
13:45 – 13:50 Young Professional, Dr. Kurnianingsih (5’)
Chapter and Joint Chapter Report
13:50 – 13:55 Circuits and Systems, Dr. Suhartono Tjondronegoro (5’)
13:55 – 14:00 Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Prof. Dr. Soegijardjo Soegijoko (5’)
14:00 – 14:05 Solid State Circuits Society, Dr. Trio Adiono (5’)
14:05 – 14:10 Microwave Theory / Antennas & Propagation, Dr. Basari (5’)
14:10 – 14:15 AES & GRSS, Dr. Arifin Nugroho (5’)
14:15 – 14:20 Control System / Robotics & Automation Society: Dr. Augie Widyotriatmo (5’)
14:20 – 14:25 Education Society, Dr. Ayu Purwarianti (5’)
14:25 – 14:30 Electron Devices Society: Basuki Rachmatul Alam Ph.D (5’)
14:30 – 14:35 Power Electronics Society: Dr. Yanuarsyah (5’)
14:35 – 14:40 Signal Processing Society: Dr. Fiky Suratman (5’)
14:40 – 14:45 Social Implication of Technology (SSIT), Prof. Dr. Soegijardjo Soegijoko (5’)
14:45 – 14:50 Computer Society, Dr. Suryadi Watimena (5’)
14:50 – 14:55 Communication Society, Dr. Rina Pudjiastuti (5’)
14.55 – 15.00 Power and Energy Society, Dr. Sarjiya
IEEE Indonesia Section Meeting
15:00 – 15:15: Award and recognition to volunteers in Indonesia Section (15’)
15:15 – 15:30: IEEE Indonesia Section Meeting,
Main Agenda: Chairmanship Handing Over, led by 2019 Election Committee Chair, Mr. Satriyo (15’)
15:30 – 16:00: Speech by IEEE Indonesia Section Chair 2019, Prof. Wisnu Djatmiko (30’)
16.00 – 16.15: Advisory Board Speech and Direction (15’)
Door Prize and Closing
16:15 – 16:20: Door Prize and Closing
Photo session
16:20 – 16:30: Photo Session (10′)

We also gladly to announce that our chair was being elected as student coordinator representative IEEE Indonesia Section.

Student Branch Visit 2018


We proudly announce that some of our IEEE SB TEL-U Officers have successfully form an international collaboration with IEEE Student Branch Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
The event is officially called IEEE Student Branch Telkom University International Student Visit 2018
Our delegates will depart to Thailand on behalf of IEEE SB TEL-U and Telkom University.
The event will be held at : Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

This event is supported by : IEEE Student Branch Telkom University
and Sponsored by :
– PERTAMINA Hulu Energi
– Pos Indonesia


We hope this collaboration will create a strong bond between the two universities, also between the two countries.
Good luck

International Workshop on Internet of Things

IEEE Control and Systems Society Workshop on The Internet of Things, was organized by ITENAS, Bandung with speaker Prof. Dr. M. Arifuddin Sohel, Prof. Atul Negi, and Prof. P.A. Govindacharyulu from IEEE CASS Hyderabad Institute of Technology Section, India. This workshop is divided into 5 chapters, namely: Chapter 1: The Internet of Things: An Overview; Chapter 2: Internet Principles and communication technology; Chapter 3: IOT System Design; Chapter 4: API Development and Embedded programming; and Chapter 5: Cloud computing and Data analytics and IoT Product Manufacturing.

On the first day of Introduction about NodeMCU. NodeMCU an open source IoT platform. It includes firmware which runs on the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SoC from Espressif Systems, and hardware which is based on the ESP-12 module. The term “NodeMCU” by default refers to the firmware rather than the dev kits. The firmware uses the Lua scripting language. It is based on the eLua project, and built on the Espressif Non-OS SDK for ESP8266. It uses many open source projects, such as lua-cjson and spiffs.
After that, we did some experiments, such as experiment 1 Blinking on board LED on NodeMCU with Arduino programming; experiment 2 NodeMCU-Blinking external LEDs; and experiment 3 Connecting NodeMCU to Wi-Fi.
On the second day, we did many experiments in a day. But before experimenting, the speaker explained the introduction of ThinkSpeak and Blynk. ThingSpeak is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform that lets you collect and store data sensors in the cloud and develop IoT applications. The ThingSpeak IoT platform provides apps that let you analyze and visualize your data in MATLAB, and then act on the data. Sensor data can be sent to ThingSpeak from Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black, and other hardware.
Meanwhile, Blynk is a Platform with iOS and Android apps to control Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the likes over the Internet. It’s a digital dashboard where you can build a graphic interface for your project by simply dragging and dropping widgets. It’s really simple to set everything up and you’ll start tinkering in less than 5 mins. Blynk is not tied to some specific board or shield. Instead, it is supporting hardware of your choice. Whether your Arduino or Raspberry Pi is linked to the Internet over Wi-Fi, Ethernet or this new ESP5266 chip, Blynk will get you online and ready for the Internet of Your Things.
Based on the explanation of ThingSpeak and Blynk, we did follow up some experiments, such as experiment 4 Introduction to Blynk App- Control of LEDs using Blynk App; experiment 5 Introduction to Cloud Storage model and data analytics through ThingSpeak-Twitter updates using ThingSpeak; experiment 6 IoT based Weather Update System; experiment 7 IoT based Waste Management; and experiment 8 IoT bassed Home Automation System.
On the last day, we did the last experiment that is experiment 9 IoT based Toll Gate System. In addition, the speakers held an IoT idea competition for all participants. We propose the idea of IoT with the theme of “Smart Transport” to improve the efficiency of public transportation utilization. The main idea that we propose is to integrate passengers with the driver of public transport so that public transport drivers can know the position of the prospective passengers. In addition, we also propose a system of behavioral information on public transport, so it can be known the number of public vehicles that are less personnel with excess.

Rahmattio Fa’is Baihaqi, Telkom University, 2017
Member of Technical Activity Division IEEE SB Tel-U

UKM Fair 2017

IEEE Student Branch Telkom University attends Telkom University annual event called UKM Fair. This event was held in GSG building, Telkom University Indonesia on 9 August 2017, 10 PM. This event has become an interactive tool between the Telkom University student organization and new student. IEEE SB Tel-U also does a presentation in front of new student about IEEE in general and specific. The enthusiasm of the participant was very high, they want to explore about IEEE in advance. IEEE officer also provides a prize for participant that actively interact with us through a question. From this event, we hope that some students join as IEEE member and actively join in IEEE events.

IEEE SB Tel-U Open Mind 2017

In 16th September 2017, IEEE Student Branch University organizes an event called IEEE Open Mind 2017. This event was held in Multimedia 3rd floor Tokong Nanas Building, Telkom University, Indonesia. IEEE Open Mind 2017 is an event for Telkom University students to introduce about IEEE in general, IEEE in each region, IEEE Indonesia Section, and also IEEE Student Branch Telkom University. In this event, we explain some features from IEEE (e.g., the advantage of becoming IEEE member, activity/event held by IEEE, IEEE SB Tel-U activities, and also IEEE SB Tel-U achievement). We invite Dr. Muhammad Ary Murti as a speaker at this event. This event was very cool, with some ice-breaking games from the moderator.

CPC 2017

“Mau ikut IEEEXtreme tapi belum ada member IEEE?”

IEEE Student Branch Telkom University Proudly Present

“Campus Programing Competition 2017”

Yang pernah ikut CPC tahun lalu, gak asing dong ya sama CPC?? Yap! CPC adalah lomba ngoding dengan persaingan di ajang kampus sebagai sarana ‘pemanasan’ sebelum kompetisi IEEEXtreme berlangsung.

Tahun ini, hadiah CPC sangat menarik loh! Pemenang CPC tahun ini, berhak mendapatkan IEEE free member sebagai akses untuk mengikuti IEEEXtreme nanti. Member ini juga berlaku hingga Desember 2018!

Buat kamu yang tertarik dan berani buat mencoba, sung daftar aja yaa di link:

Yuk segera daftar! Ajang ini gratis lhoo. Daftar sebelum tanggal 29 September 2017 ya!!!

Contact Person:
– Obed (081210191623 / id line: rhesaobed)
– Qhansa (085880089627 / id line: qhansa)


IEEEXtreme 11.0

IEEE Student Branch Telkom University Proudly Present “IEEEXTREME 11.0”

Pada udah tau belum ada IEEEXtreme Programming Competition?? Pada berani gak nih, ngoding 24 jam?? Fasilitas, makan, dan sebagainya disediakan oleh kami, dan kalian tinggal kerjain soal-soalnya! Kalian juga mendapat kesempatan buat jadi juara dunia! Seru kann??

Yuk segera daftar, selambat-lambatnya 1 Oktober 2017 ya!!!

Registrasi :

Contact Person:
– Obed (081210191623 / id line: rhesaobed)
– Qhansa (085880089627 / id line: qhansa)


One Day with IEEE SPS Chapter



A national seminar about signal processing with 4 professional speakers from IEEE Signal Processing Society:
✅Donny Danudirdjo, S.T., M.T., Ph.D. and Rizki Putra P., S.T., M.T. on “Implementation of FMCW Radar System”
✅Dr. Antonius Darma S., S.Si., M.T. on “Radar System Design and Radar Signal Processing”
✅Dr. Hugeng, S.T., M.T. on “Implementation of 3D Interpolation of HRTF’s Model Using PCA in Syntethizing Spatial Sound”
✅Dr. -Ing Fiky Y. Suratman on “Signal Detection: Implementation for Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio”

Save your date:
?08.00 a.m., 3rd October 2017
?Gedung Kuliah Umum(GKU 3), Multimedia Lt.2 Room.12 (KU3.02.12), Telkom university

Registration Link:

Limited seat available. Grab your ticket now and get your National TAK (for Tel-U students), Certificate, Seminar Kit, Lunch, and Snack. The ticket price is only:
– 25k for IEEE Member
– 40k for Non-IEEE Member

And don’t forget to make your payment to:
BCA 7390809098
BNI 1711997000
Mandiri 1310013316973
on behalf of Michelle Christine
Confirm your payment to
LINE: @IEEETelkomUniv

For further information, contact us on Line: @ieeetelkomuniv

Indonesia Student Congress 2017

University of Diponegoro has successfully held the IEEE Indonesia Student Congress 2017 and also showed the beauty of Semarang city. ISC is an annual student congress for IEEE Indonesian Student branches to share and express ideas and thoughts for the future of IEEE Indonesia. Bringing the theme of, “Masterpiece of Technology for Better Indonesia”, the event was held on 29th– 31st July 2017. Three days of great seminars, conference, discussion, contests, gathering, and city tour.

Telkom University sent six delegations to the congress, these ara Ananda, Cesio Axel, Satrio, Nanang, and Shadiq. There were also delegations from Institute of Technology Bandung, University of Udayana, University of Indonesia, University of Hasanuddin, Polytechnic of Mechatronic Sanata Dharma, Institute Technology Sepuluh Nopember, University Dian Nuswantoro, University of Jember, AMIKOM, University of Brawijaya, and University of Diponegoro it self. All delegations were meant to create a great relationship between IEEE student branches in Indonesia. We also submitted two scientific papers for the paper contest. A Tel-U team which consist of Ananda, Cesio, and Satrio successfully brought a memorable 2nd Winner of the call for paper contest with “Smartcharge: Energy Wireless Transfer with Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting for Public Area” as its title.

The ISC starts with a rave, seminars, and discussion from IEEE professionals and experts, namely Ms. Fitri Yuli Zulkifli as IEEE Indonesia section chair, Mr. Khoirul Anwar, Mr. Lingga Wardhana, Ms. Agnes Irwanti, Ms. Kurnianingsih, and Ms. Amanda Isa. The first day summed up to be a great experience for us. By the next day, there were discussion between IEEE Indonesia student branches, website tutorial by Ms. Amanda Isa, and fun city tour. We went to Sam Po Kong Temple and the legendary Lawang Sewu for enjoying the city tour.

There was game session and awarding night by the second night. The awarding night winners consist of Call for paper contest award, photo contest award, most active student branch award, and best student branch recruitment program award.  Telkom University got another award for “IEEE ISC Most Active Student Branch 2017.” On the same night, we decided that ISC 2018 will be held in Bandung, with Institute of Technology Bandung as the host event. The night was emotional as we have a further strong connection between each other.

We got a lot of suggestions and ideas from other student branches. We shared experience and stories with them. What a great experience we got there. The unforgettable excitement with new friends and relations. It’s three days that you need at least once in your life and we crave for more of this in the future. And most importantly, together, we are building the bond for making masterpiece technology for better Indonesia.


“What a place, what a friends, what a beautiful time! See you guys next Year!”
Cesio Raihandary, Telkom University, 2017
External Relation Div. IEEE SB Tel-U

IEEE Indonesia Section Chairmanship Handing Over and Member Gathering

On May 13, IEEE Indonesia Section officially has a new Chair. We’d like to congratulate,

Dr. Fitri Yuli Zulkifli, S.T., M.Sc., IPM

from University of Indonesia, as the elected chairwoman of IEEE Indonesia Section!

This handing-over event was held in Binus International, Fx Campus Jl. Jend Soedirman, Jakarta. The event started from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m and was opened by Dr. Ford Lumban Gaol as General Chair of the event. Then the next session was keynot speech from IEEE Indonesia Section and IEEE Computer Society Chapter.

There was also Chapter and Joint Chapter Report from Societies in IEEE Indonesia Section, not forget to mention the Women in Engineering and Young Professional. After that, there was photo session and coffee break and the event was continued by the main agenda: Chairmanship Handing Over, and followed with speech by IEEE Indonesia Section new chair, Dr. Fitri Yuli, also advisory board speech by Mr. Arnold Djiwatampu and Dr. Wahidin Wahab.

The last session was Student Branch at a glance by IEEE Telkom University, University of Indonesia, and Bandung Institute of Technology Student Branches.

It was a great moment to gather with IEEE Indonesia section officers and also IEEE Student Branches. We put a lot of hope and ready to bring IEEE Indonesia Section to a great future.