END-TO-END HUB FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY
APPLIED ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB
Facilitate proximate analysis and other crucial characterization analysis and provide space for raw material downstream processing.
FOOD TECHNOLOGY LAB
Allow development of proper method for food and feed processing and exploration of raw material extraction and purification method.
COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB
Accomodate practical and applicative research in the field of machine learning and applied artificial intelligence.
Establish sterile workspace to test for antimicrobial and antifungal properties of biomaterials and to explore green processing of materials.
PHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS LAB
Aid in mechanical, electrical, and optical characterization of materials via high-sensitivity instrumentation at controlled environment (including cryogenics).
RAPID PROTOTYPING LAB
Support rapid adaptation of end-user requirement and concept device fabrication using an array of 3-D printers, CNC, laser cutter and machining tools.
Accelerating scientific discovery and technological innovation in the academic and industrial sectors that improve the livelihood of the society and the environment through collaborative research, training, and outreach in both fundamental and applied interdisciplinary sciences.
Expand the envelope of knowledge by consistently producing high-quality scientific journals.
Assist the industry in the development of new technologies in the field of functional materials.
Provide advanced training program to the lab users so they are capable of solving problems via standardized or out-of-the-box approaches.
Support high-school or university students in their thesis projects under the guidance of the researchers in collaboration with their teachers or professors.
Inspire the general public about science through hands-on science classes, camps, clubs, and workshops.
Chae Yeon Hwang, Yuniwaty Halim, Marcelia Sugata, Dela Rosa, Sherlyn Putri Wijaya and Eden Steven, “Assessment of Agaricus bisporus Mushroom as Protective Agent Against Ultraviolet Exposure,” bioRxiv, pre-print. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.10.21.465111v1.full.pdf (2021).
Affi N. Hidayah, Yuliati Herbani, Eden Steven, Achmad Subhan, Djoko Triyono, Isnaeni Isnaeni, Maria M. Suliyanti and Muhandis Shiddiq, "Tuning the Electrical Properties of Colloidal Nanoalloys by Varying Their Composition," Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspect 641, 128496 (2022). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0927775722002503?dgcid=coauthor
Danica Krstovska, Eun Sang Choi and Eden Steven, "Seebeck effect studies in the charge density wave state of organic conductor a-(BEDT-TTF)2KHg(SCN)4," Physica Scripta 96, 125734 (2021). https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1402-4896/ac45a9
Metode robotik untuk memantau, menghidrasi, melatih pertumbuhan jamur baru dan mengobati infeksi bakteri atau jamur pada kultur jamur baru untuk menghasilkan jaringan lateral yang padat seperti lembaran dari bahan jamur (Patent Pending, P00202009416, Indonesia, 2020) with Hermetia Bio Science.
Translation: A Robotic Method of Monitoring, Hydrating, Training, and Treating Bacterial or Fungal Infections of New-growth Fungal Cultures to Produce Densified Sheet-like Lateral Networks of Fungal Materials.