(Australia Indonesia Centre)

Brief overview

AIC, or the Australia-Indonesia Centre, is a bilateral collaborative research initiative established by governments, leading universities, and industry in Indonesia and Australia. The mission of AIC is to develop people-to-people links in science, technology, education and innovation.


  • Principal Partners:
    • Institut Teknologi Bandung
    • Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
    • IPB University
    • Monash University
    • Universitas Airlangga
    • Universitas Gadjah Mada
    • Universitas Hasanuddin
    • Universitas Indonesia
    • The University of Melbourne
    • University of Queensland
    • University of Western Australia
  • Government:
    • Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    • Indonesia Ministry of Research and Technology RISTEK-BRIN
    • Indonesia Ministry of Transportation
    • Knowledge Sector Initiative KSI Indonesia
  • Media Update and Media Partners:
    • Australia Indonesia Business Council
    • Australia Indonesia Youth Association
    • The Conversation
  • Corporate Partners:
    • Pratt Foundation
    • ANZ
    • PWC
  • Associate Partner
    • Australian National University
    • The University of Sydney

ITS activities highlights

  1. Dr. Hera Widyastuti, Head of Transport Laboratory, participated in research within Infrastructure Cluster.
  2. In 2014, ITS participated in a food and agriculture planning team.
  3. ITS has an AIC senior fellow (Prof. Nyoman Pujawan) and two associate fellows (Dr. Ira Mutiara Anjasmara and Dr. Tony Dwi Susanto)


  • Various activities related to strengthening bilateral relationship in science, technology, education and innovation.