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Marine Transportation and Logistics Laboratory
An educational and research laboratory with international reputation that focuses on the development of marine transportation and maritime logistics

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Marine Transportation and Logistics Laboratory


VISION:

“Being an educational and research laboratory with international reputation that focuses on the development of marine transportation and maritime logistics as well as contributes on the development of national logistics system.”

MISSION:

  1. Organizing marine transportation and maritime logistics education that is supported by eminent resources
  2. Developing innovative and creative research especially in marine transportation and maritime logistics field to contribute in the development of science and technology at both national and international level
  3. Developing appropriate cooperation and public service in marine transportation and maritime logistics field in order to strengthen the synergy of national maritime development.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Having graduates who are competence on marine transportation and maritime logistics field and able to compete in national and international level
  2. Producing research on marine transportation and maritime logistics at international level
  3. Expanding the network both with national and international institutions on marine transportation and maritime logistics sector
  4. Being a laboratory as a center of education, research and public service on marine transportation and maritime logistics field.

This laboratory is led by Firmanto Hadi, ST, M.Sc. and accompanied by several lecturers with related expertise, i.e. Irwan Tri Yunianto, ST, MT and Siti Dwi Lazuardi, ST, M.Sc. The laboratory also facilitates the students to work on the Final Project especially on the topic regarding maritime logistics.

In the field of education, this laboratory is associated with following several courses:

  1. Analysis of Marine Transportation Network
  2. Logistics Engineering
  3. Ship Design Project
  4. Marine Transportation Planning Project

Meanwhile, in the field of research and public service, this laboratory is concerned with:

  1. Design, management and analysis of marine transportation
  2. Conceptual design of ships
  3. Analysis of inter-modal transport
  4. Analysis of maritime logistics

Some examples of research and public service that have been done by this laboratory as follows:

  1. Study of Optimal Route and Ship Size for Tol Laut
  2. Conceptual Design of 3-in-1 Ship
  3. Feasibility Study of Cattle Transports
  4. Conceptual Design of Livestock Vessel
  5. Freight Calculator for Coal Transportation
  6. Feasibility Study of Passenger-Vehicle Vessel(RO-PAX)
  7. Ship Management of Tug Boat
  8. Economical Study of Non Conventional Vessel Technology
  9. Evaluating the Shift in Incoterms (FOB vs CIF) on Indonesian Export Commodities
  10. Distribution Model and Coal Transportation Operation System for Supplying Power Plants

Hereby are the Industries and Agencies that have cooperated with this laboratory in the field of Public Service:

  1. PT Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia (Persero)
  2. Indonesia Port Corporation 4
  3. PT PLN (Persero)
  4. PT Indonesia Power
  5. Indonesia Port Corporation 2
  6. The Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
  7. The World Bank Group

Marine Transportation Telematics Laboratory
Laboratory with a national and international reputation in marine transportation telematics

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Marine Transportation Telematics Laboratory

VISION:

“Being a laboratory center with a national and international reputation in marine transportation telematics.”

MISSION:

  1. Organizing an excellent education on marine transportation telematics to compete at national and international level
  2. Developing an innovative research as a marine transportation telematics contribution to the development of national maritime based on sustainability concept
  3. Developing cooperation and public service in the field of marine transportation telematics to strengthen the synergy of national maritime development.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Producing graduates who excellent in the field of marine transportation telematics
  2. Increasing research in marine transportation telematics that can compete at national and international level
  3. Developing networks both with national and international institutions in the field of marine transportation telematics
  4. Being a laboratory as a center of education, research and public service in the field of marine transportation telematics.

This laboratory is led by Dr-Ing. Setyo Nugroho and accompanied by several lecturers with related expertise, i.e. Eka Wahyu Ardhi, ST, MT and Ferdhi Zulkarnaen, ST, M.Sc. The laboratory also facilitates the students to work on the Final Project especially on the topic regarding shipping.

In the field of education, this laboratory is associated with following several courses:

  1. Marine Transportation Modeling
  2. Marine Transportation Telematics
  3. Shipping Business

Meanwhile, in the field of research and public service, this laboratory is concerned with:

  1. Design and management of marine transportation information systems
  2. Artificial intelligence of marine transportation
  3. Telecommunications and sea transport transfer data

Some examples of research and public service that have been done by this laboratory as follows:

  1. Development and Application of the Digital Education Concept for the Islands Region: A Case Study of Maratua Island
  2. Development and Application of Digital Island Concept: A Case Study of Maratua Island
  3. Optical Container Number Recognition
  4. Vessel’s Voyage Monitoring System
  5. iStow: a semi-automated software for stowage planning
  6. Transits: a simulation for scheduling of shipments and fleet

Hereby are the Industries and Agencies that have cooperated with this laboratory in the field of Public Service:

  1. PT Samudera Shipping Services
  2. Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) German Academic Exchange Service
  3. HochschuleWismar, University of Applied Science: Technology, Business and Design
  4. PT PLN (Persero)
  5. PT Pelayaran Banyuwangi Sejati
  6. PT PAL Indonesia
  7. PT Meratus Advance Maritim

Port and Infrastructure Laboratory
Laboratory that becomes a center of education in the field of port

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Port and Infrastructure Laboratory


VISION:

“Being a center of excellence in port activities and contribute to a quality research both nationally and internationally”

MISSION:

  1. Developing education in the field of port and infrastructure
  2. Providing port learning facilities based on technological innovation
  3. Increasing the competence of laboratory members to be able to work professionally to support teaching, research, and public service activities
  4. Enhancing a conducive academic atmosphere to cultivate and develop the creativity and innovation of laboratory members.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Highly contributing in producing excellent graduates in the field of port
  2. Producing a quality research in port area, both at national and international level
  3. Developing networks with laboratories in other universities, industries and government agencies, both at national and international level
  4. Being a center of educational, research, and public service activities in the field of port and its application.

This laboratory was led by Christino Boyke SP, ST, MT and accompanied by several lecturers with related expertise, i.e. Hasan Iqbal Nur, ST, MT and Pratiwi Wuryaningrum, ST, MT. This laboratory also facilitates the students to work on the final project especially on the topic regarding port and infrastructure  development.

In the field of education, this laboratory is associated with following several courses:

  1. Port Planning
  2. Port Management
  3. Advanced Port Planning

Meanwhile, in the field of research and public service, this laboratory is concerned with::

  1. Port conceptual design
  2. Port management and planning
  3. Port master plan
  4. Analysis of the feasibility of port operations.

Some examples of research and public service that have been done by this laboratory as follows:

  1. Developing Master Plan in Port of Probolinggo
  2. Feasibility Study of Port Operation in Port of Probolinggo
  3. Feasibility Study of Dedicated Port Facility in Pacitan’s Power Plant
  4. Feasibility Study of Traditional Port in Nagekeo
  5. Developing the Company Long Term Plan of Indonesia Port Corporation 4
  6. Study of Development Strategy of Port of Kuala Tanjung and Port of Bitung Become International Hub Ports
  7. Study of Operational Performance of Jetty Calciner in Dumai
  8. Review of Port Tariff Structure in Indonesia
  9. Study of Port Reform

Computation and Operations Research Laboratory
Laboratory that becomes a center of information and communication technology and supports computing-based learning activities

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Computation and Operations Research Laboratory


VISION:

“Being a center of information and communication technology that able to support computing-based learning activities with excellent facilities and services.”

MISSION:

  1. Developing effective and efficient computing-based learning methods
  2. Supporting learning activities by providing quality hardware and software facilities
  3. Increasing the competence of laboratory members to be able to work professionally to support teaching, research, and public service activities
  4. Enhancing a conducive academic atmosphere to cultivate and develop the creativity and innovation of laboratory members.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Highly contributing in producing graduates in marine information and communication technology
  2. Being a center of educational activities based on computing and operations research with excellent facilities and services
  3. Developing networks with laboratories in other universities, industries and government agencies, both at national and international levels.

This laboratory is led by Dr.Eng. Sumanta Buana, ST, M.Eng and accompanied by lecturer with related expertise, namely Achmad Mustakim, ST, MT, M.BA.

Unlike the other three laboratories in the Department of Marine Transportation Engineering, which is a research-based laboratory, this laboratory is a teaching laboratory that serves to facilitate subjects requiring computational practice, such as: Engineering Drawing, Computer Programming, Operations Research and Marine Transportation Modeling.

As a teaching-based laboratory, this laboratory has licensed hardware and software facilities. Some licensed software owned include:

  1. Arena Academic Research for discrete simulation
  2. Powersim Studio 10 Expert for system dinamics simulation
  3. Anylogic Professional 7.3 for multi-method simulation
  4. Frontline Risk Solver Platform 2016 R3 for numerical methods and optimization
  5. Palisade DecisionTools Suite 7.5 Industrial for risk and decision-making analysis
  6. IBM SPSS Statistics Premium 24 for statistical methods
  7. Matlab R2016b for numerical computing
  8. Maxsurf Advanced Suite Ver. 21 for ship building
  9. Adobe Creative Cloud for graphic design
  10. Unity Pro for Software development, Qt Commercial License for software development
  11. SolidWorks 2017 Premium for computer aided design

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