Certificate of Accreditation (BAN-PT) MTEL – Akreditasi B
Fields of Study
– Telecommunication Management –
– Microwave Technology –
– Security in ICT Systems –
– Mechatronics –
– Internet of Things –
We serve Technology, Business and Regulation in Information and Communication Technology
Pemanfaatan Disruptive Technology Memakai SIP
Pada kesempatan “Alumni-Talk” tanggal 17 Desember 2016, Mr. Tjetjep Roni Budiman memaparkan tema tentang Pemanfaatan Disruptive Technology.
Disruptive Innovation merupakan istilah yang dibuat oleh Clayton Christensen, seorang profesor dari Harvard Business School yang merupakan salah satu ahli di dunia dalam inovasi dan pertumbuhannya, idenya berkembang luas dalam industri dan organisasi di dunia. Dalam istilahnya dijelaskan, disruptive innovation merupakan sebuah proses dimana produk atau layanan pada awalnya diterapkan secara sederhana pada bagian bawah pasar dan selanjutnya bergerak naik, pada akhirnya akan menjadi pesaing yang tangguh.
Distinguished Lecturer IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT)
On 12 November 2016, Prof. Naoki Shinohara from Kyoto University visited our Campus in Menteng. He talked an interesting thema on Wireless Power Transfer (WPT).
Students of Batch 19
taken on 18 September 2016
Seminar On 4G LTE
In our new program “Alumni Talk”, Mr. Aun Abdul Wadud, GM-Experience Design Revenue Management, Marketing Directorate PT. XL Axiata Tbk, gave a talk on 4G LTE Technology, Business and Challenges. The talk was conducted on 10 April 2016 at Menteng Campus.
Students of Batch 18
taken on March 2016
Seminar on Wireless Sensor Network
On Sunday, 27 March 2016, Dr. Abdusy Syarif gave a talk on “Optimizing and Enhancing the lifetime of WSN Deployment” approached by MOP (Multi-objective Optimisation Problem) and Operator Calculus .
The lecture was given to the Civitas Academica of Department of Electrical Engineering, UMB.
Students of Batch 17
Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) IEEE 2015
Today, 25 August 2015 Prof. Eryk Dutkiewicz from Department of Engineering, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, visited us at the Meruya Campus, and gave a presentation entitled “Challenges of Machine-to-Machine Communications and Dynamic Spectrum Sharing for 5G Mobile Networks “.
This talk presents the concept of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and describes key emerging applications expected to be enabled by M2M. Existing and emerging standards are briefly reviewed for both access networks and mobile networks to support M2M communications. These include 802.15.4e and 802.11ah standards for access networks and enhancements of LTE mobile network standards. Technical challenges of M2M are described for both access and mobile networks. An overview of emerging 5G standards is given including a discussion of issues being addressed to enable the support of M2M communications and applications. One of the key challenges of 5G networks is efficient spectrum sharing.
Security Day — Presented by Master Program in Electrical Engineering
Participants must register, please contact Mr. Yono under 0896 0693 3975
Students of Batch 16
The photo is taken on Sunday, 8 March 2015
Seminar on Microwave and Antenna Propagation
Joint and welcome to the Seminar, open for all academicians, professional, and students.
5G – Evolution and Candidate Technologies
Again, an expert in Telecommunication engineering visited the Universitas Mercu Buana, Jakarta, and talked about next opportunities to improve the quality and capacity of our wireless systems. On August, 26 2014, Dr. Rath Vannithamby, Intel Labs, gave a very interesting talk about 5G.
Introduction to IPv6
IEEE – Distinguished Lecturer
On August 28, 2013. Prof. Ekram Hossain, University of Manitoba Canada, visited The Department of Electrical Engineering.
Postdoc at TU Muenchen
From November to December 2012, Dr.-Ing. Mudrik Alaydrus had the opportunity to stay at the
Technische Universitaet Muenchen as Postdoc researcher. He visited Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Eibert
at the Lehrstuhl fuer Hochfrequenztechnik, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
Vector Network Analyzer ZVL 13
Department of Electrical Engineering recently received an equipment grant from DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) in form of a Vector Network Analyzer which is able to measure scattering parameters up to 13.6 GHz.
This instrument completes the available capabilities of the Telco Lab at UMB to offer the researchers and students to develop researchs.