Our Researcher

Our Researcher

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From professors to students, all Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopemeber (ITS) academic community are involved to solve the big problems and create new inventions. ITS researchers work at state of the art research in science, engineering, arts, and business and prepare ITS graduates for a career as a researcher and professional. ITS researchers are prize-winning scientists and engineers. Their expertise has been recognized both nationally and internationally. The following is a list of researchers at ITS and some of the most recent awards received by ITS researchers.

List of ITS Researchers

Find Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) experts in various fields and their work in the form of scientific journals, books, and patents.


ITS Faculty Received Adibrata Award

15 August 2017

Dr. Eng Januarti Jaya Ekaputri ST MT is a genuine scholar. His limited access at youth to education turned out to give rise to a desire for knowledge. As a result, he performed many important types of research in her old age. One of them is the manufacture of Geopolymer from Lapindo mud. The study was led her to be the recipient of the Adibrata Science and Technology Award, the highest award of technology, from Kemenristekdikti.

Continue to Do Research, ITS Faculty Wins Global Award

September 23, 2016

His passion for Indonesia’s natural resources led one of ITS’s lecturers to continue to explore research in the field of natural compound materials. Prof. Dr. Darminto, ITS Physics Department lecturer who stole the heart of the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM), last August (25/8). In addition, he was also appointed as the Executive Committee of the Asia-Oceania Neutron Scattering Association (AONSA) representing Indonesia.

Returns the Japanese Army Bone, Nuh Accepts the Award

May 13, 2016

Prof Dr. Ir Mohammad Nuh DEA received the Order of The Rising Sun award from Emperor of Japan, Tuesday (10/5). Nuh was considered meritorious in an attempt to repatriate the bones of Japanese soldiers who died in World War II in Papua.

Again, Sri Fatmawati Won the World’s Best Women Researcher Award

February 15, 2016

Sri Fatmawati, a lecturer of Chemistry Department of Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) again received a global award. Having previously won awards at the International Fellowship L “Oreal for Women in Science 2013 in France and Early Chemist Award 2015 in Honolulu, USA, she is now again awarded The 2016 Elsevier Foundation Award for Early Career Women Scientist in the Developing World. The award was received on 13 February 2016 at The Gender & Minorities Networking Breakfast at The American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Washington DC, USA. The award is an acknowledgment of the results of her research that is considered potentially beneficial for health and economic world.