Professor of Institute Technology of Bandung, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. mont. M. Zaki Mubarok, ST., MT. Is a head of Hydro-Electrometallurgy Laboratory of ITB. He pursued Doctoral degree from Department of Nonferrous Metallurgy, University of Leoben, Austria 2005. He also published many research papers and various award. In 2020, he received high-impact research article awards from National Research and Innovation Agency.
Founder of National Battery Research Institute (NBRI), President of Material Research Society Indonesia (MRS-INA), and Research Professor of National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia
Evvy Kartini holds the title of Prof. Dr. rer. nat. She is an expert on neutron scattering and respected internationally. Her international reputation in the field of neutron scattering and solid state ionics, has been well established. She has been represented as a leader (president) of the Indonesian Neutron Scattering Society (INSS) since 2013. She is one of the executive committees of the Asian Oceania Neutron Scattering Society (AONSA). Besides neutron scattering, Evvy Kartini has expertise on the materials science, especially on lithium ion battery research. Evvy Kartini, has become one of the International Board Members of the Asian Society of Solid-State Ionics and International Society of Solid-State Ionics. Recently, Evvy Kartini has attended the 20th International Conference on Solid State Ionics (ICSSI) in Keystone, Colorado, USA 2015. She was there not only for presenting her research work on battery researchers, but also represented the Asia-Australia region as councilor of the International Society of Solid-State Ionics. She was one of the International Advisory Board, and also chaired the session of Research on Battery Materials. She also presented her recent topic on development of new lithium solid electrolyte, which is explored by the inelastic spectrometer instrument at Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (J-PARC), the foremost leading spallation neutron source in the world.
Professor and Director of the Materials Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), United Kingdom
Professor Alan Drew was appointed Leverhulme Fellow in the Centre for Condensed Matter & Materials Physics in 2008. He was rapidly promoted to Senior Lecturer (2011) and then Reader (2012), and in 2018 was promoted to Professor. Prof. Drew has been awarded a number of prestigious fellowships and awards over his career, starting with a Fellowship of the Royal Commission of the Exhibition of 1851 (2004), Leverhulme Fellow (2008), European Research Council (ERC) Fellow (2012), Talent 1000 Scholar of the Chinese Ministry of Education (2014) and Changjiang Distinguished Professor at Sichuan University (2015). He is currently Head of the CCMMP Research Centre, and Director of the Materials Research Institute. His main research interests are using spin sensitive and structural probes situated at central facilities to characterize and understand the fundamental properties of materials, backed up with laboratory based techniques (e.g magnetic, structural and electrical characterisation, thin film growth, raman/IR spectroscopy, electro/photo luminescence). His main interests are understanding spin and charge carrier dynamics in organic and biological materials, the properties of materials with novel quantum mechanical states, structure function relationships in biomass derived conductors.
Researcher of National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), Indonesia
Muhammad Fakhrudin, S.T. is a researcher of National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN). He is also a senior researcher of National Battery Research Institute. He has graduated from Chemical Engineering, Institute Technology of Bandung. His research experience on “Production of Advanced Biomaterials Cellulose Nano Crystallines (CNC) from Palm Oil Bunches as Pt/Rh/Ce Catalyst Buffer Material for Catalytic Converters” 2017 - 2018. He also has scientific articles on “Preparation of cellulose nanocrystals from empty fruit bunch of palm oil by using phosphotungstic acid” IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science Vol 105(1) 2018.
Rector of University of Technology Sumbawa (UTS), Indonesia
Dr. Hudaya was born in a small village, Bandar Harapan, District of Terbanggi Besar, Province of Lampung, Sumatra Island, Indonesia. He earned his bachelor degree at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Universitas Indonesia in July 2006. After graduation, he served as a lecturer assistant at the Division of Electric Power Engineering Universitas Indonesia for 1 semester. He received a scholarship funded by the Korean Government Undergraduate Scholarship for excellent Foreign Students (GSFS) Program at Department of Energy Systems Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea. He focused his research interest on Nuclear Safety Analysis and completed the program in February 2009. He continued his doctoral degree at the Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering, University of Science and Technology at Korea Institute of Science and Technology. He took his engineer (Ir.) in June 2016 on Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (PII) as Insinyur Profesional Madya. Currently, he serves as Rector of University of Technology of Sumbawa (UTS), Indonesia.
Supervisor of Battery Testing and Standardization, National Battery Research Institute, Indonesia
Mohammad Ridho Nugraha, S.T. is a Supervisor of Battery Testing and Standardization of National Battery Research Institute in Laboratory and Operation Department. He graduated from Metallurgy & Materials Engineering, Universitas Indonesia in 2019. He has become a Battery Laboratory Technician at Material Energy Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia (2018 – 2020). He also has three years experiences in Lithium-ion battery research (including LTO and LFP material synthesis for performance optimization, Battery Cell Fabrication, Material Characterization, Battery Performance Testing, and Battery pack assembly), 10 International Publication in IOP, AIP, and IJTECH about Lithium-ion Batteries (2018–2021), and three times presenter in International Conferences (2018). He also mastering product prototyping design and drafting using computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) software.
Muhammad Firmansyah completed his undergraduate education from Padjadjaran University in Bandung in 2015 majoring in International Business Management. He then deepened his knowledge in entrepreneurship. Firman began his career at PT. HM. Sampoerna Tbk in 2015. Initially he got a position as a graduate trainne, then as a Consumer Engagement supervisor. In 2016 he gained a position as Area Supervisor for Multitasking. In 2018, he held the position of Area Analystist and later became Area Manager. In the same year he founded his consulting company named PT. Infiniti Energi Indonesia and became President Director. In addition, he also became a commissioner of CV. Tridaya Cavali. He has gone through various training such as the Future Market and Financial Analyst in 2015, Commercial Business in 2017 and Human Resource Development in 2018. He was very interested in developing lithium ion batteries, biomass, industry and financial research and business plan research so he joined the National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) team as a Vice Leader along with Prof. Dr. rer nat Evvy Kartini, Prof. Dr. Alan J. Drew and other NBRI teams.
General Secretary of Association of Nickel Miners Indonesia (APNI), Indonesia
Meidy Katrin Lengkey is a General Secretary of Association of Nickel Miners Indonesia (APNI). She serves on the Investment Committee at the Ministry of Investment/ Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). She also became a Country Manager for Indonesia, JTA International Qatar Holding Company. Mrs. Meidy has various business experiences as Director and commissioner. Such as the Director of PT. Sinergy Metal Mineral, Director of PT. Indonesian Nickel Cakrawala, Director of CV Tiga Utama, Commissioner of PT. Yakin Sukses Makmur, President Director of PT. Digital Synergy Indonesia, Director of PT. Madisindo Dinamika, and Director of PT. Masindo Dinamika.
Head of R&D Project Strom supported by Hyundai Kefico
Yoga Mugiyo Pratama, S.T. is a Head of R&D Project Strom supported by Hyundai Kefico. He received his bachelor degree on Materials and Metallurgical Engineering from Institute Technology of Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya. Then, he continues education journey in ITS through the Engineering Profession Program at present. Mr. Yoga has broad experiences on electric vehicles (EV). He is a former Head of R&D PT. Gesits Technologies Indonesia (GESITS) from 2019-2021. Previously, he also served as National Electric Vehicle Researcher at PUI SKO ITS (Indonesia Center of Excellence in Automotive Control System (2016 - 2019). And from 2015 until now, Mr. Yoga has been actively involved as Advisor and Driver of Hydrogen Car Research Competition for Antasena ITS Team.
What you will LEARN.
The untapping Indonesia’s mineral resources for battery technology
Introduction to local mineral resources (nickel, manganese, cobalt, etc.)
Introduction to rare earth elements
Global Supply chain of battery materials industry
Mining processing to gain battery raw materials
All about lithium ion batteries
Lithium ion batteries introduction
Battery components materials structure and how it works
Battery cell performance testing introduction
Global battery market landscape and Indonesia battery road map
The scintillating of future battery technology
The prospective of global battery innovation and its challenges
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