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29Jan/24

Guest Lecture Prof. Ni Nyoman Tri Puspaningsih: Pengembangan Teaching Industri Untuk Enzim

The UNEJ FMIPA Chemistry Department held a guest lecture by presenting Prof. Dr. Ni Nyoman Tri Puspaningsih, M.Si., Deputy Chancellor for Research, Innovation, and Community Development, Airlangga University (29/1). Presenting material entitled “Pengembangan Teaching Industri Untuk Enzim” Prof. Ni Nyoman explained the importance of enzymes for various environmentally friendly chemical and biotechnology industrial needs. The guest lecture was held in the FMIPA Physics auditorium with participants from students and lecturers from the Chemistry Department. “As a start, I will introduce microbial biotechnology, the added value of commercial use of microbes, and micromodification,” said the coordinator of COVID-19 research products at UNAIR during the last pandemic.

It was explained that microbial products are enzymes and have great potential for various companies. “Enzymes are an ideal product that can be applied to several companies; paper is one of them, as well as pharmaceutical companies,” he said. Prof. Ni Nyoman, who is also a colleague and lecturer of Prof. Dr. Anak Agung Istri Ratnadewi, S.Si. The Chair of the FMIPA Chemistry Department explained further that the fermentation parameters of enzyme products need to be prepared well, from nutrition to the type of fermentation chosen. Continue reading

19Sep/22

Director of PTPN XII East Java: Quo Vadis, a Physics graduate, want and can go anywhere?

The Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Jember has a golden opportunity to hold a Guest Lecture that presents Siwi Peni, S.Si., M.M. Director of PT. Nusantara XII Plantation, East Java (16/9). Guest lecture with the theme “Quo Vadis, a Physics graduate, want and can go anywhere?” carried out in 2 sessions, namely a sharing session and a question session.

To note, “Quo Vadis” is a sentence from Latin which literally means “where are you going?”. This theme was taken to provide motivation for students in determining their direction after completing their studies in Physics. In the sharing session, Siwi Peni shared her experience in achieving her goals until she was finally able to stand at her current point. “Aspirations and goals are very important in achieving success. Without clear goals and objectives, success will not be achieved,” he explained. Continue reading

16Oct/21

Dr. Raden Bagus Fajriya Hakim: Making Sense of Data: The Automatic Statistician

“Automatic Statistician has been researched around 2016, and I want to share why I came to this direction,” said Dr. Raden Bagus Fajriya Hakim, S.Si., M.Sc. Lecturer of Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Islam Indonesia in a Guest Lecture with theme “Making Sense of Data: The Automatic Statistician“. The event was held online by Data Science Research Group, Department of Mathematics, FMIPA University of Jember (15/10). Hakim continued that time and process were needed. “First, we did collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data that is manifested in a big data” he said that in this event moderated by Abduh Riski, S.Si, M.Si. a lecturer of tDepartment of Mathematics FMIPA UNEJ. Hakim also presented about problems in big data: Volume, Variety and Variety. In addition, there is a Veracity, accuracy and level of trust in data. “Among 5V which is a problem in big data, the fifth V is Value, most important thing because statisticians must be able to determine the price of a data,” he said, which in this agenda showed activities Department of Statistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Islam Indonesia related to data science. In the data processing process, several tasks that could become job opportunities were also explained. “Data Engineering for the process of data collection and organization, Data Analytic on organizational processes, analysis and interpretation, the last one is Data Visualization on the interpretation and presentation process,” he explained. Hakim also explained the courses that could be implemented in a data science, not only in statistics but also in contact with non-statistical subjects such as programming algorithms or calculus. Continue reading