Byan Wahyu, S.T., M.Eng., PhD.
Byan Wahyu received his Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from University of Indonesia, and Master and Doctoral degree in Mechanical Design and Production Engineering from Gyeongsang National University in South Korea.
Experiences working in national and international scope industrial based companies enhances Byan Wahyu’s lecturing quality with industrial perspective mindset that boosts his students awareness on industry’s expectation of an Automotive and Robotics engineer.
His expertise in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computer-Aided Engineering, Switches and Micro Sensing, and Computer Numerical Control, significantly assists his students to attain the international standard competencies set by the Automotive and Robotics Engineering program.
With main research interests in simulation of internal flow, and heat and mass transfer for automotive, vehicle development, and renewable energy, Byan Wahyu is a member in IATO (Ikatan Ahli Teknik Otomotif). IATO is an automotive organization affiliated with SAE International (Society of Automotive Engineers) and FISITA (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d’Ingénieurs des Techniques de l’Automobile) which expand the network and allow access to the cutting edge automotive research development.
Dr. Ho Hwi Chie, M.Sc.
Most of Dr. Ho Hwi Chie’s research involves ergonomics or human factor engineering, industrial psychology, and quality engineering. Her current research is centered on wellbeing, job satisfaction and productivity.
Her background as a CEO in a German based automotive company significantly intensifies her international standard quality of teaching and learning experience for the students. In addition, her industrial engineering background enriched by educational psychology and doctoral in industrial psychology strengthen her competency in teaching human factor engineering and leadership. Her passion and dedication in improving the quality of education are shown through assignment which require various activities prioritizing the essential human values and leverage the richness of Indonesian culture. Hence, her students produce novel yet ergonomics invention to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of the society.
Despite her strong dedication in lectures and publications, she is still actively involved in professional development activities such as becoming international conference reviewers, holding membership in Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES), and American Psychology Association (APA), and faculty advisor of IISE BINUS University chapter.
Winda Astuti, S.T., M.Sc., PhD.
Her educational background in Electrical Engineering and doctoral degree in Mechatronics Engineering, has positioned her to be the cognizant faculty for Electric Circuit Theory, Digital Signal Processing, and Control Systems courses.
Furthermore, she actively engages ARE students in state-of-the-arts engineering research such as support vector matching voice identification, earthquake prediction, and fault vehicle detection based on motorcycle sounds, which give enrichment and added value to these students’ learning environment.
She is currently holding a membership in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Ir. Gatot Suharjanto, M.T.
His passion in improving the quality of education in Indonesia motivates him to dedicate himself in education industry and leave his successful career as a consultant of a multinational company. Such enthusiasm can be easily seen through his continuous encouragement to his students to create innovative engineered products whilst preserving Indonesian heritage and culture.
In addition, Gato Suharjanto has been entrusted by the Indonesian Goverment to lead training for ASEAN Skill Competition in CAD division, for over 8 years which becomes another significant added value for product design engineering students.
Nike Septivani S.T., MM
With her prior industrial experience and becoming the Deputy Head of Industrial Engineering department in BINUS University for over six years, Nike Septivani becomes suitable faculty in enriching teaching and learning process in product design engineering program.
Her research focus is in production planning and manufacturing related topics as it can be seen from her numerous publication nationally and internationally and continuously obtain local and national grants. She is also actively involved in CSR activities for small medium enterprise for PPIC related topics such as determining optimal capacity, reorder point, and order quantity, and scheduling in Lief accessories and PT Eka Bogainti.
Sofyan, S.Kom, M.Eng.
Master in Electronics Engineering from one of the best university in Japan, The University of Tokyo, Sofyan Tan received some research grants for the development of autonomous vehicle.
His specialization in automation systems, embedded systems, and wireless telecommunication systems, makes him a reliable faculty of Advanced Digital Design, Control Systems, Computer Organization and Architecture, and Data Communication courses, in order to equip the Automotive and Robotics Engineering students with the main skill of robotics.