Dr. Yaya Heryadi (Computer Science Program BI)
Completed a doctorate degree in Computer Science at Universitas Indonesia. He has an master degree in Computer Science from Indiana University in Indiana. He has over 10 years of teaching experience and has been published extensively in the field of Information Technology.
Eko Nugroho, M.Sc. (Kummara Creative Studio)
He is Kummara’s founder and CEO who believes that game is a powerful media that bring positive impact for the society. He is also the mastermind of Punakawan, a boardgame about heroes that serve and guard the Pandava brothers and warriors of Hastinapura. He always excited to see new games created by young Indonesian developer and designer.
Raymondus Raymond Kosala, Ph.D. (Computer Science Program BI)
Completed a doctorate in Informatics from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium in 2003. He was a systems engineer for the multinational IT distribution company PT ECS, and an IT consultant for PT Intellisys and PT BINUS Consulting. He was appointed Deputy Director of the ACM Asia-Jakarta Regional International Collegiate Programming Competition from 2008 to 2010. He served on the committees of several international workshops and conferences. Currently, he is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations.
Bayu Prakoso Dirgantoro MMDes. (Graphic and New Media BNSD)
Has a Master of Multimedia Design from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. He has over 10 years of work experience in the multimedia design industry. He was a multimedia designer, an event organizer, a video editor and worked in a production house prior to joining BINUS.
Emanuel Himawan Saptaputra MMDes. (Graphic and New Media BNSD)
Has a Master of Multimedia Design (MMDes) qualification from the University of Sydney, Australia. He is an expert in graphics and marketing Support. He was a Graphics and Marketing Support Officer at Pentel (Australia) Pty Ltd and was a Creative Promo Assistant at GME Standard Communication Australia, a Multimedia Design Assistant at the University of Sydney, Australia and developed Interactive CDROM tutorials for Australian Education training and teaching systems at the Board of Studies Australia.
Arfika Nurhudatiana, Ph.D. (Business Information System Program BI)
She is a PhD at the School of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Her PhD thesis entitled “Relatively Permanent Pigmented or Vascular Skin Marks for Forensic Identification” has brought her filed a U.S. PATENT number: 20120275663. She is the recipient of scholarship from Nanyang PhD Research Scholarship, SembCorp Undergraduate Scholarship, and Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship Asia. She has published in IEEE journal and various conferences as the first author. She also previously joined IBM Singapore as a SAP consultant for a national healthcare IT system provider in Singapore and awarded with the Best of IBM Bravo award for her excellent contribution to the project.
Raymond Bahana, M.Sc. (Computer Science Program BI)
Completed a master degree (Master of Science) in Computer Engineering, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Central Florida in Orlando, with a focus on Software Engineering. He has over 10 years of teaching experience.
Jude Joseph Lamug Martinez, MCS (Computer Science Program BI)
Has a bachelor degree and a master degree in Computer Science from De La Salle University in Manila, with a focus on Software Engineering. He was an IT Specialist and Programmer for Philex Mining Corporation in Manila, and an IT Consultant for Cypress Semiconductor Inc. He is a member of the Cordillera Administrative Region’s Quality Assessment Team for Higher Education, the JAVA Education Development Initiative Community, the Philippine Society of IT Educators, and the Association of Computing Machinery. He has over a decade of experience in the education sector.
Hantze Sudarma, MTI (Computer Science Program BI)
Ida Bagus Kerthyayana Manuaba, Ph.D. (Computer Science Program BI)
Completed a doctorate degree in Computer Science at Australian National University. His research is the area of mixed reality interfaces (which combine streaming video with machine simulations) for human supervisory control in teleoperation. Traditional video-based teleoperation can be significantly improved via the addition of a “virtual reality” dimension which includes a model of the past and future condition of the machine, thus making it easier for a human operator to direct the movement of the machine for maximum efficiency and to avoid obstacles in the remote environment.
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