Friday, 25 December 2009

Club Robotika Pasundan

(Olimpade Robotika internasional)


Pasundan Robotics Club

~Memasyarakatkan Sains, Teknologi dan Seni Robotika di daerah Pasundan untuk menciptakan Generasi Masa Depan yang Senantiasa Bertafakur, Bertadabur dan Bertasyakur~

The mission of the committee is to pursue the advanced field of robotics technology.


Elementary School

Junior High School

Senior High School

(Sedang Mengikuti Olimpiade Internasional Robotics di Korea Selatan)

Leader of This Club is Karizal Muharom

11th International Robot Olympiad 2009 Korea 
Period 17th to 20th December, 2009
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Accommodation Chung-Nam University hostel

  • Students (Students categories : Age 12 years and below, 13-18

  • Teachers

  • Professors

  • Researchers

  • Developers

  • Manufacturers

  • Distributors (Exhibition)
(Robot Mini)
Professor Jong-Hwan Kim
Chairman, International Robot Olympiad Committee

'Robot Olympiad' is a science, technology and educational event aimed at offering our promising youngsters an opportunity to expand their horizons by introducing them up-to-date technology along with the existing Olympiads including The International Mathematical Olympiad, Physics Olympiad, Chemistry Olympiad, etc.

Robot technology is widely recognized as one of the key technologies for the 21st century, with immense opportunities for further growth. Not unexpectedly, robot is one of the most popular items among young people. I believe that the Robot Olympiad provides the world stage for our youths to build their dreams of becoming creative robotics scientists of the future.

In this special 'Robot Olympiad', the door to "intelligent robot'' is wide open for our science prodigies from all grades of schools, elementary, middle, and high, and even for varsity students including graduate students.

It is my sincere wish that through the various categories of the competition, the Robot Olympiad would plant the seeds of imagination and fire the passion of our youths in robotics. I also hope the invaluable experience gained would fuel scientific and engineering ideas that ultimately develop useful outcomes to serve human beings in a variety of ways.

This website provides up-to-date news and information on Robot Olympiad and related activities for all the people around world who are much interested in intelligent robots such as personal robot.

We hope that more science and technology-oriented people will be able to get fruitful information on robot-related technology through this site.

We at IROC promise that we will make relentless efforts to build a reputation as a global scale competition to allow more children and youths of the world to join and hope that the 'Robot Olympiad' can be established as an arena where our future scientists can grow up and be challenged.

Thank you.

1. ROCI - Robotic Organizing Committee Indonesia - Home

2. International Robot Olympiad Committee - IROC

Adaptive Sampling and Forecasting With Mobile Sensor Networks
Han-Lim Choi


(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

B.S., Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2000)

M.S., Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2002)

Submitted to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
at the
February 2009

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009. All rights reserved.

Ucapan Terima Kasih:

Orang Tua Terkasih, Keluarga, Guru-guru tersayang, teman-teman dan semua pihak yang selalu mendukung.

Semoga Bermanfaat dan Terima Kasih!

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Sekolah Pendidikan Robotika Indonesia

Indonesian Robotics Education School

Lecture 16    View Now >
1 hr 10 min
  • Topics: Compliance, Force Control, Dynamics, Task Description, Historical Robotics, Stanford Human-Safe Robot, Task Posture and Control, Multi-Contact Whole-Body Control
  • Transcript: HTML PDF

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Universitas Stanford, Fakultas Teknik

Friday, 18 December 2009

Indonesian Space Sciences & Technology School

Indonesian Space Sciences & Technology School


"Experiments In The Cosmos, Because Our Laboratory is Universe"


1. Menjadi Sekolah Sains Teknologi Cyber Keantariksaan dan Kedirgantaraan Terdepan di Indonesia

2. Melahirkan Generasi Impian yang Selalu Bertafakur, Bertadabur dan Bertasayakur terhadap Keseimbangan Semesta yang Telah Tercipta

Complete Apollo spacecraft: Command Module, Service Module, Lunar Module, Launch Escape System, Spacecraft LM Adapter
The Apollo spacecraft was composed of five combined parts designed to accomplish the American Apollo program's goal of landing astronauts on the Moon by 1970 and returning them safely to Earth. The spacecraft was made up of (from top to bottom) the Launch Escape System, the Command Module, the Service Module, and the Lunar Module inside the Spacecraft Lunar Module Adapter. These components were assembled atop launch vehicles including the Saturn I and Saturn IB (earth orbit checkout missions), and the Saturn V (primarily lunar landing missions).

The design was based on the Lunar Orbit Rendezvous approach: two docked spacecraft were sent to the Moon and went into lunar orbit. While one separated and landed, the other remained in orbit. The two craft later rendezvoused and docked in lunar orbit, and one spacecraft returned the crew to Earth.

Apollo Lunar Missions

Apollo 8

Launched 21 December 1968
Lunar Orbit and Return
Returned to Earth 27 December 1968

Apollo 10

Launched 18 May 1969
Lunar Orbit and Return
Returned to Earth 26 May 1969

Apollo 11

Launched 16 July 1969
Landed on Moon 20 July 1969
Sea of Tranquility
Returned to Earth 24 July 1969

Apollo 12

Launched 14 November 1969
Landed on Moon 19 November 1969
Ocean of Storms
Returned to Earth 24 November 1969

Apollo 13

Launched 11 April 1970
Lunar Flyby and Return
Malfunction forced cancellation of lunar landing
Returned to Earth 17 April 1970

Apollo 14

Launched 31 January 1971
Landed on Moon 5 February 1971
Fra Mauro
Returned to Earth 9 February 1971

Apollo 15

Launched 26 July 1971
Landed on Moon 30 July 1971
Hadley Rille
Returned to Earth 7 August 1971

Apollo 16

Launched 16 April 1972
Landed on Moon 20 April 1972
Returned to Earth 27 April 1972

Apollo 17

Launched 07 December 1972
Landed on Moon 11 December 1972
Returned to Earth 19 December 1972
The Apollo mission consisted of a Command Module (CM) and a Lunar Module (LM). The CM and LM would separate after lunar orbit insertion. One crew member would stay in the CM, which would orbit the Moon, while the other two astronauts would take the LM down to the lunar surface. After exploring the surface, setting up experiments, taking pictures, collecting rock samples, etc., the astronauts would return to the CM for the journey back to Earth.

Apollo Crewed Earth Orbiting Missions

Apollo 7

Launched 11 October 1968
First crewed Apollo flight
Splashdown 22 October 1968

Apollo 9

Launched 03 March 1969
First crewed Lunar Module test
Splashdown 13 March 1969

The Apollo 1 Launch Pad Accident

Apollo 1

27 January 1967
Tragic Loss of Three Apollo Astronauts

Apollo/Saturn Uncrewed Earth Orbiting Missions


Launched 29 January 1964
First Block II Saturn launch


Launched 28 May 1964
First Apollo boilerplate model


Launched 18 September 1964
Apollo boilerplate model

SA-9/Pegasus 1

Launched 16 February 1965
Apollo boilerplate model and micrometeoroid satellite

SA-8/Pegasus 2

Launched 25 May 1965
Apollo boilerplate model and micrometeoroid satellite

SA-10/Pegasus 3

Launched 30 July 1965
Apollo boilerplate model and micrometeoroid satellite


Launched 5 July 1966
First S-IVB stage orbital mission

Apollo 4

Launched 9 November 1967
First all-up launch of Saturn V

Apollo 5

Launched 22 January 1968
First test of Lunar Module in space

Apollo 6

Launched 4 April 1968
Final uncrewed Apollo test flight

Apollo/Saturn Uncrewed Suborbital Flights


Launched 27 October 1961
First flight of Saturn 1


Launched 25 April 1962
Project High Water I


Launched 16 November 1962
Project High Water II


Launched 28 March 1963
Engine-out capability test


Launched 26 February 1966
First flight of Saturn 1B


Launched 25 August 1966
Apollo development flight

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Sekolah Pendidikan Robotika Indonesia

Lecture 15    View Now >
1 hr 12 min
  • Topics: Manipulator Control, PD Control Stability, Task Oriented Control, Task Oriented Equations of Motion, Operational Space Dynamics, Example, Nonlinear Dynamic Decoupling, Trajectory Tracking

    Video clip “On the Run,” Marc Raibert, MIT, ISRR 1993 Video Proceedings courtesy IEEE
    (© 1993 IEEE)
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Universitas Stanford, Fakultas Teknik

Sunday, 13 December 2009

ACL from MIT


professor Jonathan How
The Aerospace Controls Laboratory (ACL)researches topics related to autonomous systems and control design for aircraft, spacecraft, and ground vehicles. Theoretical research is pursued in areas such as: decision making under uncertainty; path planning, activity and task assignment; estimation and navigation; sensor network design; robust control, adaptive control, and model predictive control. A key part of ACL isRAVEN (Real-time indoor AutonomousVehicle test ENvironment), a unique experimental facility that uses a Vicon motion capture sensing to enable rapid prototyping of aerobatic flight controllers for helicopters and aircraft; robust coordination algorithms for multiple helicopters; and vision-based sensing algorithms for indoor flight.



Building 33, Room 326 Map
MIT, 77 Mass. Ave., Cambridge MA 02139
Phone: 617-253-3267
Fax: 617-253-7397

Research Interests: Navigation and Control

Planning and Control for Team MIT - DARPA Grand (Urban) Challenge Team
My research group and some papers available to download
Activity planning and trajectory design for cooperating vehicles (UAVs and robots)
Vision-based navigation for GPS-denied flight (movie)
Decentralized activity planning for Cooperating UAV's (AFOSR)
Multi-UAV testbeds - Indoors using autonomous quadrotors (RAVEN) and external UAVs
Mixed-integer Linear Programming for Multi-Vehicle Control (MILP)
Autonomous aircraft agile flight and aerobatics
Spacecraft navigation, control, and autonomy
Orion Formation Flying Microsatellite Experiment (NASA GSFC)
Relative Navigation for Formation Flying Spacecraft using GPS (NASA GSFC)
Autonomous Formation Flying Spacecraft (CETDP) see New scientist and GPSworld
Magnetic Indoor Absolute Positioning System
Robust and hybrid control, control of flexible structures using GPS (article)

Recent Classes

Principles of Optimal Control (OCW)
Aircraft Stability & Control (OCW)
Feedback Control Systems (OCW)
Aerospace Dynamics (OCW)

Friday, 11 December 2009

Sekolah Pendidikan Robotika Indonesia

Lecture 14    View Now >
1 hr 13 min
  • Topics: PD Control, Control Partitioning, Motion Control, Disturbance Rejection, Steady-State Error, PID Control, Effective Inertia

    Video clip “A Finger-Shaped Tactile Sensor Using an Optical Waveguide,” H. Maekawa et al., MEL, AIST-MITI, Tsukuba, Japan, ICRA 1993 Video Proceedings courtesy IEEE
    (© 1993 IEEE)
  • Transcript: HTML PDF

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Universitas Stanford, Fakultas Teknik

Monday, 7 December 2009

Renungan Tahun Astronomi Dunia 2009

Siang Itu matahari begitu cerah, sekitar pukul kami tim Cakrawala bersiap untuk mengadakan pengamatan gerhana. Selain itu juga kami mengadakan pengamatan umum bagi warga masyarakat yang ingin menyaksikan Gerhana Matahari di Kampus FPMIPA UPI Bandung.

Pukul 13.00 peralatan telah siap dan peserta pun mulai memasuki kawasan pengamatan, dengan dimulai dengan diskusi ilmiah dengan dipandu oleh seorang mahasiswi fisika tingkat akhir Putri Siti Rahma bertemakan gerhana dengan segala macam problemanya.

Peserta yag datang cukup banyak, terdaftar sebanyak 112 orang di ruangan E-210 FPMIPA, jumlah itu belum termasuk peserta yang masuk belakangan yang hadir pada saat pengamatan berlangsung. jadi total peserta ditaksir mencapai 150-200 orang. yang berkumpul di ruang lobi dan parkir depan fakultas.

Peserta di fasilitasi dengan sebuah monitor yang tersambung ke sebuah kamera, juga peserta dapat menikmati fenomena langsung dengan menggunkan kacamata khusus. semua peserta antusias, dan peserta sendiri berasal dari Mahasiswa UPI, ITB, UNPAD, siswa-siswi SMA, SLTP, dan masayarakat umum.

Namun pada saat pukul 15.00 langit terlihat mulai mendung, peserta dan kami pun merasa khawatir kalu-kalau gerhana tidak teramati, namun cuaca berbicara lain, pada pukul 14.25 waktu setempat awan mulai terbuka dan C1 pun mulai terlihat, peserta secara berbondong-bondong langsung menuju keluar untuk melihatnya. kamipun bersorak dan berdecak kagum atas terlihatnya fenomena ini.

Pada sekitar pukul 16.15 cuaca pun kembali tidak memihak, awan mendung mulai menutupi kembali, kamipun kembali menunggu dan berharap semoga awan ini kembali terbuka. dan benar saja meskipun melalui celah kecil kami dapat melihat saat-saat sebelum gerhana mancapai puncaknya sebelum tertutupi awan kembali.

IYA2009 General

The International Year of Astronomy 2009 is a global effort initiated by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) and UNESCO to help the citizens of the world rediscover their place in the Universe through the day- and night-time sky, and thereby engage a personal sense of wonder and discovery.


Everyone should realise the impact of astronomy and other fundamental sciences on our daily lives, and understand how scientific knowledge can contribute to a more equitable and peaceful society. IYA2009 activities are taking place locally, nationally, regionally and internationally. National Nodes in each country are running activities throughout 2009 which will establish collaborations between professional and amateur astronomers, science centres and science communicators.

To coordinate this huge global programme and to provide an important resource for the participating countries, the IAU established a central Secretariat and an IYA2009 website ( as the principal IYA2009 resource for public, professionals and media alike

The International Year of Astronomy 2009 is endorsed by the United Nations and the International Council of Science (ICSU).

Eyes on the SkiesThe Cosmic DetectiveThe Lives of Galileo, a journey through the history of Astronomy
Eyes on the SkiesThe Cosmic DetectiveThe Lives of Galileo, a journey through the history of Astronomy

Presentation Archive

The International Year of Astronomy 2009 IYA2009 - An Overview Astronomy highlights during IYA2009
The International Year of Astronomy 2009 IYA2009 - An Overview Astronomy highlights during IYA2009
What is Astronomy? Who invented the Telescope?
What is Astronomy? Who invented the Telescope?

Educational Material Archive

You Are Galileo! Project IYA2009 Planispheres ASP IYA2009 Discovery Guides
You Are Galileo! Project IYA2009 Planispheres ASP IYA2009 Discovery Guides

Pusat Teknologi Elekatronika Dirgantara LAPAN mempunya 3 bidang yaitu :
  1. Bidang Teknologi Ruas Bumi Dirgantara

Tugas Pokok :
Melaksanakan kegiatan penelitian, pengembangan dan rancang bangun teknologi ruas bumi dirgantara, pemeliharaan, pengoperasian dan pengkalibrasian peralatan Unit Pengamat Wahana Dirgantara.

Fungsi :
Penelitian, pengembangan dan rancang bangun sistem ruas bumi dirgantara khususnya sistem ruas bumi satelit, pemeliharaan, pengoperasian dan pengkalibrasian peralatan Unit Pengamat Dirgantara;
Kelompok Peneliitian yang berada di bawah Bidang Ruas Bumi terdiri dari :
  1. Kelompok Penelitian Space Craft Control (SCC ) Rancabungur
  2. Kelompok Penelitian Space Craft Control (SCC) Rumpin
  3. Kelompok Penelitian Pengembangan Teknologi Stasiun Bumi
  4. Kelompok Penelitian Flight Dynamics
  5. Kelompok Penelitian Operasional Ground Segment
2. Bidang Teknologi Muatan Dirgantara

Tugas Pokok :
Bidang Teknologi Muatan Dirgantara mempunyai tugas melaksanakan kegiatan penelitian, pengembangan dan rancang bangun teknologi muatan dirgantara.

Fungsi :
penelitian, pengembangan, dan rancang bangun sistem muatan dirgantara misi penginderaan jauh; telekomunikasi dan ilmiah.

3. Bidang Teknologi Mekatronika Dirgantara

Tugas Pokok:
Melaksanakan kegiatan penelitian, pengembangan dan rancang bangun teknologi mekatronika dirgantara.

Fungsi :
Penelitian, pengembangan dan rancang bangun sistem bus dan kendali satelit;

Ketiga Bidang tersebut mempunyai tugas pokok dan fungsinya masing-masing dalam mendukung program-program - program satelit yang sedang dan akan di kembangakan oleh Pustekelegan pada khususnya dan LAPAN pada umunya.

Conference of the Indonesia Astronomy and Astrophysics


The objective of the conference is to raise the quality of research and education in astronomy & astrophysics, and its closely related fields in Indonesia and its neighbours. All participants are encouraged to present their most recent works and to engage themselves in collaboration to further advance the fields.

Scientific Sessions

  1. Solar Physics and Sun-Earth Interaction
  2. Solar System and Extrasolar Planetary Systems
  3. Stellar Physics
  4. The Milky Way, Extragalaxy Astrophysics, and Cosmology
  5. Astronomical Softwares, Instrumentation, and Facilities
  6. Astronomy Education and Popularization
  7. The Application/Role of Astronomy in Society: (e.g. Culture, Calendar, Archaeoastronomy, etc)


  • 29-30 October 2009: The Campus Centre, ITB, Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia
  • 31 October 2009: Bosscha Observatory, Lembang 40391, Indonesia

Conference Highlight: Saturday, 31 October 2009

The Inauguration of the Bosscha Solar Telescope and Conference Key Lecture on Solar Physics by Professor Robert Rutten from The Dutch Open Telescope.

Scientific Sessions:

  1. Solar Physics and Sun-Earth Interaction
  2. Solar System and Extrasolar Planetary Systems
  3. Stellar Physics
  4. The Milky Way, Extragalaxy Astrophysics, and Cosmology
  5. Astronomical Softwares, Instrumentation, and Facilities
  6. Astronomy Education and Popularization
  7. The Application/Role of Astronomy in Society (e.g. Culture, Calendar, Archaeoastronomy, etc)

1. Solar Physics and Sun-Earth Interaction


  • Clara Y. Yatini
  • Dhani Herdiwijaya
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 Rob Rutten
Dutch Open Telescope (DOT) and Utrecht University Solar activity sensitivity of Mn I lines: blame the others! SS01-Or-01
2 Bachtiar Anwar
LAPAN On The Formation And Decay Of Low Latitude Coronal Holes SS01-Or-02
3 Bambang Setiahadi
LAPAN Simulation of Eruptive Coronal Magnetic Field into High Corona SS01-Or-03
4 Clara Y. Yatini LAPAN Halo CMEs During Minimum of 23rd Solar Activity SS01-Or-04
5 Dhani Herdiwijaya Astronomi-ITB On the Correlation of Solar Energetic Particles Shock Wave, Magnetic Cloud and Geomagnetic Storm on November 2004 events SS01-Or-05
6 A. Gunawan Admiranto
LAPAN Flare tanggal 6 Desember 2006 dan pengaruh yang ditimbulkannya pada angin surya dan ionosfer SS01-Or-06
7 Anwar Santoso
LAPAN Study Of Geomagnetically Induced Current (GIC) In Indonesia Based On Geomagnetic Field Variation And Its Time Derivative SS01-Or-07
8 Bachtiar Anwar
LAPAN The Role of Flux Emergence and Annihilation in Triggering Sunspot Activity SS01-Po-01

2. Solar System and Extrasolar Planetary Systems


  • Budi Dermawan
  • Taufiq Hidayat
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 Lucky Puspitarini, Budi Dermawan
The Orbital Dynamics of Earth's Co-orbital Asteroids SS02-Or-01
2 Suryadi Siregar, Lucky Puspitarini
Astronomi-ITB Terminal Velocity in View of Space Debris SS02-Or-02
3 E. Soegiartini, I. Radiman, S. Siregar
Astronomi-ITB Estimation of the Origin of 1566 Icarus Asteroid SS02-Or-03
4 Dewi Pramesti,Yan Rizal
langitselatan Initiation Work of Finding Impact Crater in Indonesia SS02-Or-04
5 Ferry M. Simatupang, Jefferson Teng
Astronomi-ITB / langitselatan Delta T Measurement from Annular Solar Eclipse 26 January 2009 SS02-Or-05
6 Dessy Eprilya
FOSCA Implementasi Kamera Digital untuk Mengidentifikasi Satelit di Jupiter SS02-Or-06
7 A. Fauzi, B. Dermawan
Astronomi-ITB The Study of Orbital Evolution of Inner-Earth Objects SS02-Po-01
8 B. Dermawan, T. Hidayat, M. Putra, A. Fermita, D. T. Wahyuningtyas, D. Mandey, Z. Hudaya, D. Utomo Astronomi-ITB Dynamical Evolution of Hilda Asteroids to Mars-crossers SS02-Po-02
9 Z. Hudaya, B. Dermawan, T. Hidayat, M. Putra, A. Fermita, D. T. Wahyuningtyas, D. Mandey, D. Utomo
Astronomi-ITB Orbital Evolution of Centaurs and Trans-Neptunian Objects to Inner Solar System SS02-Po-03

3. Stellar Physics


  • Mahasena Putra
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 P. Irawati, P. Mahasena, D. Mandey, C. N. Aini, B. Dwijayanti
Astronomi-ITB Preliminary Result on The Population Synthesis of Cataclysmic Variable Star SS03-Or-01
2 M. I. Hakim
Astronomi-ITB Pre-Main Sequence Be Star Candidates: Evolution Towards Critical Limit SS03-Or-02
3 D. N. Dawanas, H.L. Malasan, M. Irfan
Astronomi-ITB H-alpha Monitoring of Be type Stars at the Bosscha Observatory SS03-Or-03
4 H. L. Malasan, O.Hashimoto, A. T. Purijatmiko, H. Taguchi
Astronomi-ITB / OB High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Double-lined Detached Eclipsing Binaries SS03-Or-04
5 A. T. P. Jatmiko, H. L. Malasan, O. Hashimoto, H. Taguchi Astronomi-ITB The System of CD Tau: Absolute Parameters from High Resolution Spectroscopy with GAOES SS03-Or-05
6 D. Mandey, M. Putra, P. Irawati, C. N. Aini, B. Dwijayanti
Astronomi-ITB RXTE Observations of Hercules X-1: Pulse Profile Changes at The Main High State SS03-Or-06
7 C. N. Aini, P. Mahasena, P. Irawati, D. Mandey, B. Dwijayanti
Astronomi-ITB Non-Detection of QPOs in XTE J1747-274 during the 2008 Outburst SS03-Or-07
8 A. B. Harmeigi
Astronomi-ITB Photometric Observation of Variable Stars with Small Telescope SS03-Po-01
9 S. J. Mohamad-Yob, M. Ziegler, T. Rauch, Klaus Werner
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia UV Spectroscopy of K 648, the Central Star of the Planetary Nebula Ps 1 in the Globular Cluster M 15 SS03-Po-02

4. The Milky Way, Extragalaxy Astrophysics, and Cosmology


  • Hesti R. T. Wulandari
  • Premana W. Premadi
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 Suhardja D. Wiramihardja, Yayan Sugianto
Astronomi-ITB Galactic Clusters as the Backbone of Spiral Arms SS04-Or-01
2 M. I. Arifyanto, H. R. T. Wulandari, Mahasena Putra, M. I. Hakim, D. T. Wahyuningtyas, D. Mandey
Astronomi-ITB Nonparametric stellar membership determination open clusters : Ruprecht 27 SS04-Or-02
3 D. T. Wahyuningtyas, M. I. Arifyanto
Astronomi-ITB Physical Parameters of Ruprecht 27 using Color-Magnitude Diagram's Modelling SS04-Or-03
4 D. Utomo, T. Hidayat Astronomi-ITB Retrieval of Galactic Rotation Curve from HI Observations at the Bosscha Observatory SS04-Or-04
5 Prof. Freddy P. Zen, D.Sc.
Theoretical Phys. Lab., Indonesia Center for Theor. and Math. Phys. (ICTMP), FMIPA, ITB Modified Einstein Gravitational Equations on Braneworld with Lorentz Invariant Violation SS04-Or-05
6 Y. Sugianto, P. W. Premadi, S. D. Wiramihardja, Triyanta
Astronomi-ITB Study of Galaxies in Galaxy Clusters at Various Redshifts SS04-Or-06
7 Premana W. Premadi
Astronomi-ITB Morphology-Star Formation Relation for Field Galaxies in Low Redshift SS04-Or-07
8 Athaariq Ramadino
HAAJ Starburst Galaxies: A Captivating Birth of Stars SS04-Po-01
9 H. Wulandari Astronomi-ITB Direct Searches of WIMP Dark Matter: Status and Perspective SS04-Po-02
10 S. R. Damanik, D. Utomo, T. Hidayat Astronomi-ITB Observations of Milky Way at 21 cm Wavelength at the Bosscha Observatory SS04-Po-03

5. Astronomical Softwares, Instrumentation, and Facilities


  • Hakim L. Malasan
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 Mohammad Yunus, Moedji Raharto, Indra Budiman Syamwil, Dhani Herdiwijaya, Arief Sarwo Wibowo, Novi Sopwan, Mochamad Irfan Fakultas Syariah dan Ilmu Hukum, UIN SUSKA Pusat Ilmu Falak Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau (Sultan Syarif Kasim Astronomical Laboratory And Centre For Astronomical Studies) SS05-Or-01
2 E. S. Mumpuni, S. Sulistiani, C. Y. Yatini, N. Suryana, H. L. Malasan, D. Herdiwijaya
LAPAN Preliminary Report from the Astronomy Site Testing for the Candidate of Observatory in SPD LAPAN Biak SS05-Or-02
3 P. Mahasena, T. Hidayat, B. Dermawan, M. Irfan, D. Herdiwijaya Astronomi-ITB / OB Study of Nusa Tenggara Timur as Astronomical Site Using Meteorological Satellite Data SS05-Or-03
4 T. Hidayat, M. Irfan, B. Dermawan, A. B. Suksmono, P. Mahasena, D. Herdiwijaya Astronomi-ITB / OB Development of Radio Astronomy at the Bosscha Observatory SS05-Or-04
5 Zamri Zainal Abidin
University of Malaya, Malaysia Radio Astronomy Working Group for the South-East Asia Astronomy Network (SEAAN) SS05-Or-05
6 E. S. Mumpuni, R. Kesumaningrum, J. Muhamad
LAPAN Simple Photometry to Measure the Sky Brightness using a DSLR Camera SS05-Po-01
7 Nizam Ahmad
LAPAN Desain Awal Orbit Satelit LAPAN A2 SS05-Po-02

6. Astronomy Education and Popularization


  • Widya Sawitar
  • Premana W. Premadi
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 A. Yamani, E. S. Mumpuni, F. M. Simatupang, R. Satyaningsih, G. I. Prasetyono
langitselatan Astro 2.0: langitselatan as the implementation of web 2.0 in Indonesia SS06-Or-01
2 Gabriel Iwan Prasetyono wikipedia community Popularisasi Astronomi Melalui Wikipedia SS06-Or-02
3 Janette Suherli, Stefani Herlie, Eko Wiyando Putra, Hakim L. Malasan
Astronomi-ITB Equatorial Hemisphere Sky Map based on video CCD for Astronomy Education SS06-Or-03
4 Premana W. Premadi, Yatny Yulianty
UNAWE Metode Bercerita dalam Pembelajaran Astronomi SS06-Or-04
5 Winny Liliawati, Taufik Ramlan Ramalis
UPI Profil Miskonsepsi Materi IPBA Di SMA Dengan Menggunakan CRI (Certainly Of Respons Index) SS06-Or-05
6 Widya Sawitar
Planetarium & Obs. Jakarta Menggugah Minat Siswa terhadap Astronomi Melalui Jejaring Amatir, KIR, dan Olimpiade Astronomi SS06-Or-06
7 Gwyn Walesa, Adly Rahmat Renhoran
FOSCA Mengenal FOSCA (Forum of Scientist Teenagers) SS06-Or-07
8 R. Pujijayanti, A. Yamani, F. M. Simatupang, R. Satyaningsih, I. I.Hariawang
langitselatan Annular Solar Eclipse Expedition And Education Session in Lampung SS06-Or-08
9 A. Yamani, T. Hidayat
langitselatan International Year of Astronomy 2009: Various Activities in Indonesia SS06-Po-01
10 F. M. Simatupang, A. Yamani, Y. Yulianty, I. I. Hariawang, E. S. Mumpuni
Astronomi-ITB / langitselatan langitselatan Activities During IYA 2009 SS06-Po-02
11 J. A. Utama, H. Setyanto
UPI Indonesia Mobile Observatory (IMO): It's Launching & Activities SS06-Po-03
12 Suryadi Siregar, Hendra Amijaya
Astronomi-ITB Introducing Astronomy for High School Students through National Science Olympiads on Earth Science and International Earth Science Olympiad SS06-Po-04
13 Syifani
Kastro Polaris SMAN 38 Kastro Polaris SS06-Po-05
14 Tersia Marsiano HAAJ Seperempat Abad Himpunan Astronomi Amatir Jakarta (HAAJ) 1984 -2009 SS06-Po-06
15 Yatny Yulianty, Irma I. Hariawang
langitselatan Compiling Starlore Across Nusantara SS06-Po-07

7. The Application/Role of Astronomy in Society (e.g. Culture, Calendar, Archaeoastronomy, etc)


  • Moedji Raharto
  • Ferry M. Simatupang
No Name(s) Afiliation Title ID
1 Andhika Eky Saputra, Iqbal E. Putra, Dr. Ir. Johan Arif
Geologi-ITB Hubungan Ramalan Arkeoastronomi Suku Maya Dengan Bencana Masa Lampau Terkait Ramalan Bencana Tahun 2012 SS07-Or-01
2 Irma I. Hariawang, Ferry M. Simatupang, Iratius Radiman
Astronomi-ITB / langitselatan On The Hypothesis Of Borobudur’s Main Stupa As A Gnomon SS07-Or-02
3 J. A. Utama, L. Aviyanti
UPI Light Pollution: It’s Impacts and Solutions SS07-Or-03
4 Prof. H. Suwandojo Siddiq, DE Eng. APU. ICOP The Study of Crescent Visibility in the Period of the First Nine Hijric Years (0622 to 0632 CE), as A New Criteria of Islamic Calendar SS07-Or-04
5 Novi Sopwan, Moedji Raharto Astronomi-ITB The Condition Of Moon Age And The Lag Between The Time Of Moon Set And Sun Set In The Context Of The First Lunar Crescent Visibility SS07-Or-05
6 Moedji Raharto, Novi Sopwan, Budi Dermawan, Dhani Herdiwijaya, Mahasenaputra Astronomi-ITB Twilight Constraint On Visibility Of Young Lunar Crescent In Metonic Perspective SS07-Or-06
7 Eka Puspita Arumaningtyas, Moedji Raharto Astronomi-ITB Characterizing the Lunar Crescent Visibility in 2010 Using the Contrast Parameter at Several Sites of Observation in Indonesia SS07-Or-07
8 T. Djamaluddin
LAPAN Cresent Visibility Analysis for Proposed Single Criteria in Indonesia SS07-Or-08
9 Kala Sunda Kala Sunda Kalender Sunda SS07-Po-01