Dr. Donny Danudirdjo, MT.
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.
Dr. Umar Khayam,ST., MT.
This lab provides facilities for conducting research on insulation 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.
Ir. Farkhad Ihsan Hariadi, M.Sc.
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.
Dr. Nur Ulfa Maulidevi, ST., M.Sc.
This laboratory focuses on intelligent graphical 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).
Dr. Judhi Santoso, M.Sc.
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.
Dr. Ir. Agus Purwadi, MT.
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.
Dr.Ir. Mohammad. Ridwan Effendi, MA.Sc.
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.
Dr.Ing. Eueung Mulyana, ST., M.Sc.
Telematics Laboratory provides research and education facilities in the area of: networking and infrastructure, Internet of Things and smart devices/appliances, telecommunication system and services, performance modeling and analytics, application and bussiness studies, and network security.The laboratory is equipped with various facilities and networking labs, occupying around 1,200 meter square floor.
Dr.Techn.Muhammad Zuhri Catur Candra, ST., MT.
This laboratory supports research activities in the following topics: web enginering including web services, service-oriented architecture, development of mobile applications, enterprise application technologies, and software development techniques and methods. It also supports teaching activities for software engineering and related courses such as fundamental and Advanced Software Engineering, Software Project, and Object-oriented Software Analysis and Design.
Dr. Fazat Nur Azizah, ST., M.Sc.
This laboratory mainly 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.
Dr. Muhammad Amin Sulthoni, ST., MT.
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 laboratory 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.
Riza Satria Perdana, ST., MT.
Basic of Informatics/Computer Science 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 object-oriented 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.
Dr. Ir. Nanang Hariyanto, MT.
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).
Ir. Kridanto Surendro, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Information System Lab (ISL) is an academic and research supporting unit to conduct research in information system area. ISL aims to provide enabling technologies for the emergence of an information society and a digital economy. Research in ISL focuses on data management and information analysis to optimize the systematic implementation of the linked digital world. Core topics include information system development, data analytics, information science, and conceptual modeling. Member of ISL teaches information system development; data, information, and IS management and integration; and business-technology integration.
Dr. Pranoto H. Rusmin, ST., MT.
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.
Dr.techn. Ary Setijadi P, ST., MT.
This lab support RnD activities in Human-Content Interaction, Internet-of-Things, High Performance Computer & Artificial Intelligence especially in graduate level. The lab also has a role to support academic activities in Capstone Final Project at Electrical Engineering Bachelor and Master Program especially Digital Media & Game Technology & Computer Engineering. It is equipped with state-of-the-art Human Content Interaction such as HMD, AR Hololense, IoT Development System, 3D Printer, and Laser Cutting System and also supported by high performance datacenter.
Achmad Imam Kistijantoro, ST., M.Sc., Ph.D
Advanced Computing Laboratorium provides various advanced facilities for all study program in School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics. It provides equipments for Internet of Things, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality, Drone and High Performance Computing facilities, including GPU processing.
Dr. Kusprasapta Mutijarsa, ST., MT.
This lab supports research on digital signal processing, speech processing, natural language processing and robotics, signal compression, stochastic system, system theory, system analysis and design, optical communication, and information technology.
Ir. Afwarman, M.Sc., Ph.D.
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.
Dr. Pranoto H. Rusmin, ST., MT.
Honeywell Control Laboratory was inaugurated on December 1st, 2016 by the President of Honeywell Indonesia, Allex Pollack, the President of ITB, Prof. Dr. Ir. Kadarsyah Suryadi, and the Dean of School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (SEEI ITB) Dr. Ir. Jaka Sembiring. This laboratory is intended for students to learn industrial process control and other related fields that support Industry 4.0.
Various facility available in this lab are a full set of Mini Refinery Plant (provided by Honeywell) and a Process Instrumentation Trainer that has belonged to Control System and Computer Laboratory since 2010. Both are currently equipped with an Experion Process Knowledge System – a Distributed Control System which employs a C300 controller as its main controller.
Ever since the beginning of its operation, this laboratory has become a residency laboratory for undergraduate students in senior year who are doing their Final Project (Capstone Design) and graduate students who are doing their Thesis research or other research activities related to Cyber-Physical System.
Common topics for research held in this laboratory are Cyber Security, Sensor and Instrumentation, Virtual Reality, and Advanced Control method for Industrial Process. Besides research activities, there are also laboratory experiment activities for undergraduate students, as a part of the compulsory subject EL3015 Control System. The laboratory experiment is intended to familiarize students with industrial process control.