Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering and Informatics

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Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering and Informatics

The Electrical and Informatics Engineering doctoral program covers the fields of Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications, Electronics, Computers, Control Systems & Computers, Biomedics, Software & Data Engineering, Informatics, and Information Technology.

Curriculum Description
Registration & Admission
SK, Documents & Forms
Graduate Profile

This program is designed so that graduates can demonstrate ability and research skills independently in one or more branches covered in the above fields in original research. The results of this research should also add to the existing knowledge of electrical engineering and informatics; or reveal new problems, which according to the principles of engineering science, can be proven in a dissertation without a doubt.

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Our graduates will be able to become an independent professional research in Electrical
    engineering and Informatics.
  2. Our graduates will be able to supervise students conducting research in all higher education levels or to build an innovation of product/technology in their workplace.
  3. Our graduates will demonstrate leadership in research activity or his professional careers.

Program Outcomes

  1. Critical Thinking Ability:
    1. Able to identify relevant scientific publications in the field of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, and be able to understand, evaluate and apply the information contained therein.
    2. Mastering in depth the latest theories, techniques, and tools in their field of specialization, and being able to creatively apply them in research activities.
  2. Ability to Find Research Problems:
    1. Fully understand the characteristics, development, phases, and ethical value of scientific research.
    2. Able to draw the essence and novelty of existing research results, and evaluate them critically within the scientific scope of Electrical Engineering and Informatics.
    3. Able to find new research problems whose solutions are within the scope of the knowledge they master.
  3. Ability to Run Research Programs:
    1. Able to make systematic and executable research plans within the available time and resources constraints.
    2. Understand and master research methodologies, techniques, and scientific approaches and are skilled in applying them to problem solving in the field of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, especially in their field of specialization.
    3. Able to improve existing techniques or develop new techniques in the process of solving complex research problems so that they can become part of the repertoire of science.
  4. Ability to Communicate Research Results:
    1. Able to participate actively in the academic community, communicate with peers in the scientific community, and the wider community related to the fields of Electrical Engineering and Informatics.
    2. Able to organize research results that have been carried out in the form of scientific reports and publish them in respected journals.
    3. Become one of the most respected experts in the field of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, especially for the branches of science related to the dissertation he has made.

Program Phases

The Curriculum of the Electrical and Informatics Doctoral Study Program is divided into 4 phases, namely:

Phase I or Qualification Phase

At this phase, doctoral program students are required to take a number of lectures, including the Qualification Examination course. Lectures are taken to partially fulfill the residence requirements and, if necessary, to prepare for a qualification exam. The new qualification exam can be done after students have registered and taken courses for a minimum of one semester. Students are declared to have completed this phase if they are declared to have passed the qualification exam. This first phase must be completed within a maximum of two semesters.

The components that are assessed in the Qualification Exam phase are as follows:

  • Issues discussed
  • Methodology in papers
  • The main results of the papers
  • The novelty element of the papers being reviewed
  • Further development
  • Mastery of basic science for the field to be studied
Phase II or the Proposal Preparation Phase

At this phase, students are required to compile a research proposal. Students are declared to have completed this phase if the proposal they compiled is approved by the supervisor team and is declared eligible as a doctoral research proposal by the assessment team. This second phase must be completed by students within a maximum period of four semesters from the time they start the doctoral program.
The components that are assessed in the Proposal Exam phase are as follows:

  • Mastery of basic supporting scienceAn understanding of the research problem
  • Methodology understanding
  • Knowledge of State of The Art research topics
  • Readiness to work independently
  • Working drive and motivation
Phase III or the Research Phase

At this stage, students conduct research and are required to regularly report their progress. At this stage also, students write their research results into a dissertation and in scientific papers to be published as international scientific publications. Students are declared to have completed this stage if:

  1. All courses, except for the Dissertation Exam courses, have passed,
  2. Students have met the requirements of scientific publications, and
  3. The dissertation prepared by students and approved by the supervisor team is declared worthy of being a doctoral dissertation by the assessment team.

The Research Phase of the Doctoral Program at STEI is divided into four stages of research progress as follows

  1. Research and Progress Seminar I
    1. Pre-requirements: Pass the Qualification Examination and Research Proposal
    2. Passing Requirements: Already can maintain a convincing method for solving research problems It is proven by a report that includes an analysis and an acceptable argument.
  2. Research and Progress Seminar II
    1. Pre-requirements: Pass the Research and Progress Seminar I
    2. Passing Requirements: Have explored the solution method proposed at the Progress Seminar I as evidenced by the initial research results.
  3. Research and Progress Seminar III
    1. Pre-requirements: Pass the Research and Progress Seminar II
    2. Passing Requirements: Have produced scientific contributions that can be published at international conferences in accordance with their fields, as evidenced in the form of a draft paper that has been approved by the Advisory Team.
  4. Research and Progress Seminar IV
    1. Pre-requisites: Pass the Research and Progress Seminar III and International Conference Papers received.
    2. Requirements for graduation: Have produced a complete scientific contribution that is suitable for writing in a dissertation and international journal draft that has been approved by the supervisor.

Systematics of Doctoral Student Research Progress Seminar Reports

Phase IV or the Dissertation Exam Phase

At this stage, students take exams to defend their dissertation and perfect the writing of their dissertation. This fourth stage must be completed within a maximum period of 10 semesters.


Curriculum Structure

Doctoral Curriculum Structure (2019 and so on)
Doctoral Curriculum Structure (2018 and so on)
Doctoral Curriculum Structure (2017 and so on)

General Requirement

General requirements can be found here :

Additional Requirement from STEI:
  1. TOEFL minimum score of 500 or ELPT ITB minimum score of 90
  2. TPA minimum score of 500
Examination Schedule
Examination Materials


SK Akreditasi S3 STEI


  1. Petunjuk teknik Penulisan Disertasi 2017
  2. Template Disertasi 2017
  3. Petunjuk teknik Penulisan Disertasi (naskah bolak balik) 2017
  4. Template Disertasi (naskah bolak balik) 2017
  5. Template Proposal Disertasi
  6. Template Perbaikan Hasil Review Internal
  7. Template Perbaikan Hasil Review Eksternal
  8. Template Cover dan Lembar Pengesahan Dokumen Ujian Kualifikasi


  1. Form Topik Penelitian (untuk Seleksi S3)
  2. Form Izin Instansi (untuk Seleksi S3)
  3. Form Pernyataan Residensi (untuk Seleksi S3)
  4. Form Usulan Ujian Kualifikasi
  5. Form Usulan Ujian Proposal
  6. Form Usulan Seminar Kemajuan I s/d III
  7. Form Usulan Seminar Kemajuan IV
  8. Form Usulan Pra Tertutup
  9. Form Perbaikan Setelah Seminar Kemajuan
  10. Template Hasil Perbaikan Review Disertasi
  11. Form Bimbingan Mahasiswa S3 (dikumpulkan Ke TU S3 setiap akhir Semester)
  12. Form Kelengkapan Usulan Sidang Promosi
  13. Form Usulan Sidang Tertutup
  14. Form Usulan Review Draft Disertasi
  15. Form Perbaikan Setelah Ujian Kualifikasi
  16. Form Perbaikan Setelah Ujian Proposal

SK and Academic Rules

  1. Contoh Penulisan Nama Penulis dan Afiliasi ITB pada Jurnal Internasional
  2. SK Rektor ITB No. 241A Thn 2017 Tentang Persyaratan Publikasi di Jurnal Internasional untuk Kelulusan S3
  3. SK Rektor ITB No. 287 Thn 2011 Tentang Persyaratan Jurnal Internasional untuk Kelulusan Program Doktor
  4. SK Senat Akademik ITB No. 08 Thn 2007 Tentang Kriteria Jurnal dan Seminar Internasional
  5. Surat Edaran Tentang Matakuliah Kode 5 Untuk Mahasiswa Program Doktor
  6. Informasi Penilaian Prestasi Mahasiswa, Waktu Studi, dan Predikat Kelulusan S3

Doctor of Electrical and Informatics Engineering Graduates, April 2020

NIM Nama Poster Disertasi
33213023 Fetty Fitriyanti Lubis Metode Course Recommendation Berdasarkan User Interest Learning Pada Massive Open Online Course (MMOC) Aggregator
33213024 M Vicky Ghahi Aziz Real-Time Simulator for Spatio-Temporal Optimal Network Traffic
33214013 Imelda Atastina Parallel Facetnet Algorithm With Vertex Cut as A Method for Community Evolution Detection on Big Graph
33215017 Riyanto Regulasi CoM-ZMP Dengan Kompensaso Gravitasi dan Kendali Postur Berdasarkan Strategi Rasio Pinggul-Pergelangan Kaki pada Robot Bipedal
33215301 Teguh Nurhadi Suharsono Pemodelan Protokol E-Voting Untuk Meningkatkan Verifiability
33216028 Novianto Budi Kurniawan Pengembangan Metodologi Rekayasa Sistem Komputasi Layanan Berbasis Service Oriented Architecture

Doctor of Informatics Engineering Graduates, October 2019

NIM Nama Poster Disertasi
33213013 Rina Mardiati Model Simulasi Pengendara Motor Menggunakan Markov Decision Process pada Lalu Lintas Heterogen
33214003 Aradea Model Requirements Engineering untuk Pengembangan Self-Adaptive Systems dalam Menangani Ketidakpastian Kebutuhan Kontekstual
33214010 Rina Ristiana Pemodelan Terintegrasi Baterai-Kendaraan dan Kendali PID Optimal Kuadratik Linier Berbasis Umpan Balik Status Parsial Untuk Penghematan Energi pada Kendaraan Listrik

Doctor of Electrical and Informatics Engineering Graduates, July 2019

NIM Nama Poster Disertasi
33212024 Susetyo Bagas Bhaskoro Sistem Identifikasi Hubungan Sebab Akibat pada Pemrosesan Teks Bahasa Indonesia dengan Pendekatan Template Semantik
33213004 Dany Eka Saputra Uang Elektronik Berbasis Blockchain dan Singcryption untuk Transaksi Peer-to-Peer Murni
33213015 Suyoto Sinkronisasi Waktu yang Kokoh untuk Sistem Mobile OFDM san Cognitive Radio Berbasis OFDM
33213018 Leonard Goeirmanto Ekstraksi Informasi Spasial Sinyal EKG untuk Mengetahui Amplitudo, Arah dan urutan Kontraksi Jantung
33213019 Setyorini Komputasi Skor Bit-Parallelism dengan Bobot Multi Integer untuk Pairwise Sequence Alignment
33213022 Karel Octavianus Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA) Data Interpretation Method for Transformer Fault Identification Using Cognitive Artificial-Intelligence
33214020 Dian Andriana Peningkatan Kapasitas dan Akurasi Penjejakan Objek Bergerak dengan Fitur Jamak
33215002 Indrarini Dyah Irawati Compressed Sensing (CS) for Matrix Trafic Reconstruction

Doctor of Electrical and Informatics Engineering Graduates, April 2019

NIM Nama Poster Disertasi
33212003 Sofia Naning Hertiana Peningkatan Kinerja Software-Defined Networking (SDN) dengan Pengaturan Teknik Kendali Kongesti, Perutean Jalur Jamak dan Alokasi Bandwidth
33212008 Alfi Satria Pengasutan Tanpa Sensor Posisi Pada Motor BLDC Magnet Permanen Interior 9 Alur 8 Kutub Untuk Kendaraan Listrik
33212018 Oktariani Nurul Pratiwi Otomatisasi Formasi Kelompok Belajar Heterogen Untuk Mendukung Proses Cooperative Learning
33213002 Koredianto Usman Estimasi Arah kedatangan Sinyal dengan Penginderaan Kompresif
33213006 Arie Ardiyanti Suryani Postprocessing of Sundanese into Indonesian Statistical machine Translation Results using Morphological Analysis
33213009 Seno Adi Putra Intelligent System Based on Multiagent Systems for Autonomous Bridge Condition Assessment Using Wireless Sensor Networks
33213010 Warih Maharani Extraction, Categorization, and Aspect-Based Opinion Summarization
33213012 Dody Qori Utama Color Test Based on Cone and Rod Cell in Human Eye
33213026 Yudha Purwanto Pengembangan Algoritme Manajemen Pertemanan Berbasis Analisis Risiko Biaya Pada Jaringan Deteksi Serangan Kolaboratif
33213030 Ade Romadhony Pembangunan Skema Event Berbasis Tuple Relasi Open IE dengan Pemanfaatan Basis Pengetahuan
33214004 Anwar Muqorobin A Study on Current Ripple of PWM Inverter-Fed Multiphase AC Motors
33214011 Istikmal Peningkatan Kinerja Routing dan Kontrol Kongesti dengan Skema Cross Later Berbasiskan Rasio Sinyal Terhadap Derau pada Jaringan Adhoc Nirkabel
33214014 Mohamad Syafri Tuloli Metode Optimasi Multi-Objective Coevolutionary Pada Pengujian Mutasi


It is notified to prospective new students for the Postgraduate Program 2020 – STEI ITB, if there is an error in filling in the Study Program or Option data, the prospective student must contact the respective Study Program via the following contacts:
Ms. Nurhayati
Phone Number: 022-2508135