“It is necessary to formulate so that the world of work can quickly absorb alumni, one of which is by making the institution known, such as participating in international accreditation. Besides that, it is also necessary to optimize the role of alumni, so that more alumni get decent jobs,” said Drs. Achmad Sjaifullah, M.Sc., Ph.D. Dean of Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Jember in the introduction to the Leadership Coordination Meeting within the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences with the theme of Improving Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi in Achieving IKU and technical services in the academic, general and financial fields as well as student affairs (10/1). In the coordination meeting held in the general lecture room of the Chemistry Department, the Dean of Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences hopes to seek international accreditation so that FMIPA can exist more. “Regarding the curriculum resume that has been submitted, we hope that the Department of Biology and Mathematics will continue with assistance from LP3M and involve the roles of UPM and GPM,” he hoped. Regarding Indikator Kinerja Utama (IKU), in terms of writing scientific articles, it is possible to achieve if they are designed properly, the number of research results will be more and more distributed by the community. In front of the Heads of undergraduate and master study programs participating in the coordination meeting, the Dean also said that GPA of FMIPA students was still below university’s GPA of 3.30. This requires an increase in learning instruments so that the achievement of the minimum score can increase without having to reduce quality. At the end of his speech, the Dean of FMIPA again touched on international accreditation to attract prospective master’s students. “It is necessary to strive for international accreditation so that it becomes the target of students, one of which is through the LPDP scholarship, so that the interest will be even higher,” he concluded. Continue reading
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) of University of Jember has 4 Undergraduate Study Programs and 3 Masters Study Programs. Undergraduate Study Program in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Master’s Program in Mathematics, Physics and Biology. In the odd semester of the 2021/2022 academic year, FMIPA has 1654 active students spread across all study programs, both undergraduate and master’s degrees. All study programs are accredited B from BAN-PT, while undergraduate physics study programs are accredited A. ASIIN international accreditation is also being prepared, the Dean of FMIPA has invited all study programs to race to prepare. Learning facilities for students in each study program are very adequate, both classrooms and laboratories. This is to support the curriculum of the study program which also implements the government’s program of Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM). Students are given the opportunity to choose the Bentuk Kegiatan Pembelajaran (BKP) to expand the knowledge gained while accelerating their study period. FMIPA implements several BKP MBKM by putting them in the form of cooperation agreements with several state universities. institutions are also private. The achievements of study program students at FMIPA have penetrated national and international levels such as winning the Silver Medal at iWareBatik International Hackathon Event 2021. On the research side, all FMIPA study programs in 2021 have held international seminars. The agenda is a place to exchange research information for lecturers in study programs with national and international researchers. To accommodate it, it also has a SINTA accredited journal and of course the Kelompok Riset (KeRis) is the spearhead of the implementation of research which of course collaborates with students in it.. Continue reading
“It’s really nice to hold tool directly, then can directly practice also making samples,” said cheerful Vina Walida, student of Department of Chemistry angkatan 2019, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Jember who took part in Praktikum Struktur Kereaktifan Anorganik class B (11/11). Vina and her friends started a full offline practice after previously participating in an online practice. Practice followed 22 practicants by using two laboratory are Kimia Anorganik-Fisik Laboratory and Kimia Analitik Laboratory each of which has capacities 40 practicants. Practice with lecturer Yudi Aris Sulistiyo, S.Si., M.Si. planned to last two days. For your information, all practitioners follow strict health protocols by keeping their distance and have carried out self-quarantine first for practitioners who come from outside the city of Jember. “We along with other friends have carried out self-quarantine before participating in practice,” explained Vina, who also shared that some of her friends had arrived in Jember at end of last October. The practitioners seemed so eager to wait for live samples again, because some time ago only through videos with guidance from assistant class. Offline activities for this course are only for practice, while lectures are still using the online system. In addition to Department of Chemistry, Department of Mathematics, FMIPA UNEJ has also held offline lectures for some time, which is still limited by applying offline and online. Continue reading
Department of Chemistry, FMIPA, University of Jember held the 3rd International Conference on Chemistry and Material Science (IC2MS) 2021 by online (12-13/10). IC2MS is a biennial agenda of collaboration between Department of Chemistry, University of Jember, Brawijaya University and Universitas Negeri Malang. In 2021, Department of Chemistry, FMIPA UNEJ hosted with the theme “Innovation on Material Science for Sustainable Industrial Chemistry“. The 3rd IC2MS 2021 topics are Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry. At the Opening Ceremony, Dr. A.A.I. Ratnadewi as Chief Executive 3rd IC2MS said that IC2MS 2021 attended 6 Keynote Speakers. “We present Prof. Manabu Abe from School of Chemistry, Hiroshima University, Japan, Prof. Yong-Chien Ling from Department of Chemistry, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, ROC, Prof. Byung-Dae Park from Department of Wood and Paper Science, Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea, Hasliza Bahruji, Ph.D. from the Center for Advanced Materials and Energy Sciences, Universiti of Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam, Prof. David Lennon from School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom and Prof. . Russell Howe from School of Natural and Computing Sciences, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom as keynote speaker”. she said. 3rd IC2MS 2021 also presented 4 invited speakers, Nanang Masruchin, Ph.D. from LIPI, Anna Safitri, Ph.D. from Brawijaya University, Dr. Irma Kartika Kusumaningrum from Universitas Negeri Malang and Drs. Zulfikar, Ph.D. from University of Jember. Continue reading
Indonesia has a wealth of natural resources and non-living is very abundant. Unfortunately many of these commodities are exported as raw materials with low economic value. The chemistry has an important role in the processing of local commodities to increase added value. Chemistry National Seminar 2015 is expected to be a medium of communication to promote the role of chemistry in increasing the added value of local commodities.
Chemistry National Seminar 2015 aims to :
Collating information from various parties so that members of HKI can exchange insights on the development of research and technology related to the role of chemistry in increasing the added value of local commodities.
The perception of the development of chemistry and its application in value added to local commodity that is always evolving in Indonesia and the International community to be a benchmark to contribute ideas to the government and society.