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FACULTY OF INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES (FIT), UBD

 

DR WAHYU CAESARENDRA


Assistant Professor of Embedded Systems Engineering

Office: Integrated Sciences Building, Block C, 1st floor, Room C1-5

Phone: + 673 734 5623

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Qualifications/Professional Qualifications

·       PhD in Mechanical Engineering, University of Wollongong, Australia (2015)

·       MEng (Hons) in Mechanical Design Engineering, Pukyong National University, South Korea (2010)

·       BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering, Diponegoro University (2005)

Teaching Areas

Engineering Design 2; Engineering Design 6; Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2; Introduction to Turbomachinery; Product Design for Manufacture and Assembly.

Current Research Activities

·     In-process surface quality measurement for abrasive manufacturing process

·     Development of bionic hand for below elbow amputee in Indonesia

·     Condition monitoring, fault diagnosis and prognosis of rotating machinery

Selected Publications

[1]     Caesarendra, W., Wijaya, T., Tjahjowidodo, T., Pappachan, B.K., Wee, A. and Roslan, M.I. (2018). Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system for deburring stage classification and prediction for indirect quality monitoring. Applied Soft Computing, In press.

[2]     Pandiyan, V. Caesarendra, W., Tjahjowidodo, T. and Tan, H.H. (2018). In-process tool condition monitoring in compliant abrasive belt grinding process using support vector machine and genetic algorithm. Journal of Manufacturing Processes, 31, pp. 199-213.

[3]     Caesarendra, W. and Tjahjowidodo, T. (2017). A review of feature extraction methods in vibration-based condition monitoring and its application for degradation trend estimation of low-speed slew bearing. Machines, 5(4), pp. 1-28.

[4]     Pappachan, B.K. Caesarendra, W. Tjahjowidodo, T. and Wijaya, T. (2017). Frequency domain analysis of sensor data for event classification in real-time robot assisted deburring. Sensors, 17(6), pp. 1-18.

[5]     Caesarendra, W. Widodo, T. and Yang, B.S. (2010). Application of relevance vector machine and logistic regression for machine degradation assessment. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 24(4), pp. 1161-1171.

Patents

[1]     Caesarendra, W., Wijaya, T., Pappachan, B.K., Tjahjowidodo, T., Then, D. and Manyar, O.M. (2018). Embedded Machine Learning Methodology based on Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) for In-Process Surface Finishing Prediction. (UK Patent Filing is in Progress).

[2]     Wijaya, T., Tjahjowidodo, T., Pappachan, B.K., Caesarendra, W., Wee, A. and Roslan, M.I. (2017). Intelligent Decision Making and Robot Action Triggering for Industrial Robots, based on Output of Analytical Tools. (UK Patent Filing is in Progress).

[3]     Caesarendra, W., Pasmanasari, E.D., Putri, F.T., Setiawan, J.D., and Ariyanto, M. (2017). The Detection of Parkinson’s Disease Using the Introduction of the Pattern based on Voice Signal and Censorship Electromyography (EMG). ID201709021A

Research Interests

·       Vibration, acoustic emission and biomedical signal processing

·       Vibration condition monitoring, feature extraction, intelligent fault diagnosis and prognosis

·       Machine learning and pattern recognition

·       Mechatronics, biomechatronics, instrumentation and control system

Weblink

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FACULTY OF INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES (FIT), UBD

 

DR HONG WAN YUN

Lecturer of Energy Systems Engineering

Office: Staff Room 1, CG-9, Ground Floor, Block C, Integrated Sciences Building

 

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Qualifications/Professional Qualifications 

·       PhD in Chemical Engineering, University of Bath, United Kingdom (2017)

·       MEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering, University of Bath, United Kingdom (2011)

·       Associate Member of Institution of Chemical Engineers (AMIChemE), United Kingdom

Teaching Areas

Energy Audit; Introduction to Turbomachinery; Advanced Renewable Technologies; Advanced Concepts of Conventional Energies; Alternative Energy Systems & Applications; Ethics, Health & Safety; Engineering Design 5; Final Year Research Project (Engineering Design 7 & 8 for Energy Systems); Chemical Process Design & Analysis; Final Year Project for Chemical & Process Engineering & etc.

 

Current Research Activities

·     Air pollution study

·     CO2 capture

·     Biogas upgrading

·     Development of structured adsorbents

·     Nitrate contaminant in foods

·     Dairy (milk) research

 

Recent Publications

[1]     Hong, W.Y., Perera, S.P. and Burrows, A.D. (2015). Manufacturing of metal-organic framework monoliths and their application in CO2 adsorption. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 214, pp. 149-155.

 

Research Interests

 

·       Gas separation and purification processes

·       Structured adsorbents/materials

·       CO2 capture technologies

·       Biogas upgrading

·       Porous materials

·       Material characterization

·       Environmental protection/pollution control

·       Energy-efficient and renewable energy technologies

·       Industrial biotechnology

·       Advances in biomedical engineering and regenerative tissue engineering

·       Food sciences and engineering

 

Weblink

https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=8-iZmdEAAAAJ

 

 

 

 

 

At the moment FIT offers PhD and Masters in Engineering by Research only

 

PhD in Engineering (Phd-Engg.) by Research Program

 

Intake: Twice per year (January and August)

Duration: Full-time (3 years)

 

The Faculty of Integrated Technologies (FIT) offers TWO (2) PhD programmes:

o         PhD in Systems Engineering:

    • Energy Systems Engineering
    • Manufacturing Systems Engineering
    • Info communication Systems Engineering

o       PhD in Chemical and Process Engineering

 

 

Masters in Engineering (MS-Engg.) by Research Program

 

Intake: Twice per year (January and August)

Duration: Full-time (2 years)

 

The minimum period of study will be 24 months to be taken by the candidate, as advised by the supervisor and the faculty.

The Faculty of Integrated Technologies (FIT) offers TWO (2) Masters by Research programmes:

o        MEng in Systems Engineering

    • Energy Systems Engineering,
    • Manufacturing Systems Engineering
    • Info communication Systems Engineering

o       MEng in Chemical and Process Engineering

  

GENERAL INFORMATION ON GETTING SCHOLARSHIPS  

 

Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS) 

The Universiti Brunei Darussalam introduced the Graduate Research Scholarship (GRS) Programme in August 2010 to facilitate and promote research degrees in order to develop the University into a research-intensive university, and also to expand and enhance the quality of graduate programmes and graduates. It is for PhD studies only.

 

Click here for further information.

   

MoFAT Scholarships

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MoFAT) scholarships offer Masters and PhD studies.

     Click here for further information. 

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