Characterization of gold ores, processing products, mercury pollution, risks and remediation potential in small-scale gold mining districts in Indonesia and The Philippines: contributions towards a best-practice green economy

Program: Collaborative Research for Common Regional Issues (CRC) Field: Geological and Geo-Resource Engineering Principal Investigator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Arifudin Idrus Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Hinode HIROFUMI Japanese University: Tokyo Institute of Technology Year: 2015 Abstract: Artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) in Southeast Countries, especially in Indonesia and the Philippines, is responsible for significant mercury pollution, representing a significant environmental health risk. ASGM generally follows a process chain from mining and ore processing causing [...]

Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete Beam for Non-Engineered Buildings using Class F Fly Ash as a Green Solution

Program: Collaborative Research for Common Regional Issues (CRC) Field: Civil Engineering Principal Investigator: Dr. Januarti Jaya Ekaputri Sending University: Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Koichi MAEKAWA Japanese University: The University of Tokyo Year: 2014 Abstract: Currently in Indonesia, environmental issues because of coal waste has become a national issue. It has been estimated that power plant development in Indonesia in 2025 will increase the amount of coal ash. However, Indonesian government regulations state that coal ash [...]

Mineralogical-Chemical Characterizations and Extraction Experiments on Rare Earth Elements (REE) from Natural Ore Deposits

Program: Collaborative Research with Industry (CRI) Field: Geological and Geo-Resource Engineering Principal Investigator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Lucas Donny Setijadji Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Koichiro WATANABE Japanese University: Kyushu University Year: 2013

Improvement of anaerobic wastewater treatment using novel immobilization media

Program: Collaborative Research for Common Regional Issues (CRC) Field: Chemical Engineering Principal Investigator: Assoc. Prof. Chandra Wahyu Purnomo Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Kiyohiko NAKASAKI , Prof. Dr. Hirofumi HINODE Japanese University: Tokyo Institute of Technology Year: 2013

Design and Development of a Therapeutic Exercise Robot for Upper and Lower Limbs Stroke Rehabilitation Based on Indonesian Anthropometry

Program: Collaborative Research for Alumni Members (CRA) Field: Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Principal Investigator: Asst. Prof. Herianto Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Daisuke KURABAYASHI Japanese University: Tokyo Institute of Technology Year: 2013

Development of Sustainable and Feasible Solid Fuel Production from Indonesian Municipal Solid Waste by Employing Hydrothermal Briquetting Process

Program: Collaborative Research with Industry (CRI) Field: Energy Engineering Principal Investigator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ari Darmawan Pasek Sending University: Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Kunio YOSHIKAWA Japanese University: Tokyo Institute of Technology Year: 2013

Geological and geotechnical investigations related to the potential use of Yogyakarta clay as a compacted waste disposal liner material

Program: Collaborative Research for Alumni Members (CRA) Field: Geological and Geo-Resource Engineering Principal Investigator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wawan Budianta Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Hinode HIROFUMI Japanese University: The University of Tokyo Year: 2013 Abstract: The disposal of solid waste leachate is an important component of integrated waste management with the main objective of preventing the contamination of soil, groundwater and surface waters by means of leachate resulting from the percolation of water through wastes [...]

Electropolishing of structural layers for multi-layered microfilter

Program: Collaborative Research Program for Alumni (CRA) Field: Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Principal Investigator: Dr. Muslim Mahardika Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Norihisa MIKI Japanese University: Keio University Year: 2013 Abstract: Wearable artificial kidneys (WAK) have become popularly miniaturized separation and purification systems in dialysis treatment, because of their high efficiency, and one of their potential applications is in cleaning the blood of patients whose kidneys have failed. A WAK is smaller, less expensive [...]

Two-phase Flow Boiling Heat Transfer, Pressure Drop and Flow Pattern of Natural Refrigerants in Microchannels

Program: Collaborative Research for Common Regional Issues (CRC) Field: Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Principal Investigator: Dr. Agus Sunjarianto Pamitran Sending University: Universitas Indonesia (UI) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Kiyoshi SAITO Japanese University: Waseda University Year: 2013 Abstract: This research is undertaken to obtain experimental data for some working refrigerants and to determine the pressure drop, local heat transfer coefficient, and flow pattern of these refrigerants during their evaporation in some small-channels. The effects of mass flux, heat flux, saturation temperature, [...]

Study on the UAVs Formation Control for Disastrous Environment

Program: Collaborative Research for Alumni Members (CRA) Field: Computer and Information Engineering Principal Investigator: Asst. Prof. Dr. Adha Imam Cahyadi Sending University: Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Japanese Co-Investigator: Prof. Dr. Yoshio YAMAMOTO Japanese University: Tokai University Year: 2013 Abstract: We studied how multi UAV (drone) could be used for effective surveying for dissastrous area. We provided mathematical formulation of the problem as well to find the solution. The solution was implemented into a real UAV to test the effectiveness. We [...]

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