KU welcomes a delegation from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

  On Thursday 28 November 2019, at 13.30 pm., at meeting room 203 on the 2nd floor of Chuchat Kamphu Building, Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University, Assistant Professor Dr. Patamaporn SRIPADUNGTHAM, Associate Dean for International Affairs, Faculty of Engineering; together with Assistant Professor Dr. Naraphorn PAOPRASERT, Department of Industrial Engineering; and faculty members of Kasetsart University;  welcomed 7 delegates from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, led by Dr. Muhammad Waziz WILDAN, Vice Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, along with Professor Dr. Ir. ROCHMADI, Manager of Postgraduate Study Program, Faculty of Engineering; Ir. Jarot STYOWIYOTO, Manager of Business Development, Cooperation and Alumni Units; Dr. Inggar Septhia IRAWATI, Manager of Planning, Financial and Asset Management Units; Ir. Adam Pamudji RAHARDJO, Head of Master Program in Disaster Management Engineering; Mr. Fransisco Danang WIJAYA, Head of Doctoral Study Program of Electrical and Information Engineering; and Ms. Fransisca NORALITA, Staff of International Office; on the occasion of visiting Kasetsart University.

  The purpose of this visit was to discuss the possibility of integrating academic cooperation in the field of engineering. Assistant Professor Dr. Patamaporn SRIPADUNGTHAM, Associate Dean for International Affairs, warmly welcomed and introduced the background with a video presentation on the university and provided information of Faculty of Engineering including international programs offered especially double degree program in aerospace engineering and mentined about academic cooperation with leading institutions around the world such as a research collaboration with China on the Chulabhorn Satellite Station.

  In addition, Dr. Muhammad Waziz WILDAN has shared information about Faculty of Engineering at Universitas Gadjah Mada and wishes to initiate a student exchange program on various fields of engineering with Kasetsart University in the future in order to increase experience and academic potential for students from both universities. The meeting also discussed and exchanged views on disaster problems and the management of the Disaster Studies Center of Universitas Gadjah Mada.

  Universitas Gadjah Mada is one of Indonesia’s oldest public universities located in Yogyakarta. The university was founded in 1949 opened for teaching in 18 subject areas, at the bachelor’s degree level and graduate levels and currently has more than 40,000 students.