World Telecommunication Day Seminar in UI


In commemoration of the World Telecommunication Day on 17 May, IEEE University of Indonesia (UI) Student Branch celebrated the  creation of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the signing of the first International Telegraph Convention with a Seminar. The seminar was a collaboration between the Electrical Engineering Department Telecommunications Laboratory and IEEE Student Branch University of Indonesia (IEEE SBUI), held on Friday, 20 May 2016 in S building, Engineering Faculty, Depok, West Java.

The Seminar Invited 3 guests speakers: Dr. Muhammad Suryanegara representing telecommunications from a researcher’s viewpoint, Mayendra Leaz as CDN Solution Engineer at PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia International, and Hardyana Syintawati as the Vice President of Marketing and Communication Ericsson Indonesia.

The day where the Seminar was held is also the day of Indonesian National Awakening (Hari Kebangkitan Nasional). The seminar was created in hope that Indonesian engineers can contribute developing the nation through Telecommunications, besides acquiring knowledge from the speakers.

Hardyana Syintawati (Left) – Vice President of Marketing and Communication Ericsson Indonesia


Mayendra Leaz (Speaking)  – CDN Solution Engineer at PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia International


Dr. Muhammad Suryanegara (Left) – Lecturer at Universitas Indonesia

Dear IEEE Indonesia Section Members,

  1. IEEE Region 10 Symposium (TENSYMP), one of the official annual conference owned and organized by the IEEE REGION 10 (Asia Pacific) is happening in Bali, Indonesia this year. In line with this, IEEE Region 10 Young Professionals in collaboration with IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT) is organizing an exclusive IEEE TENSYMP Young Professionals track which is open to all the IEEE Young Professional members and graduating student members from IEEE Region 10.

Event details are as follows.

Date: 8th May 2016

Time: 8:00 – 4:00 PM WITA

Venue: Sanur Plaza Convention Centre, Bali

An expert panel of speakers will feature in the event who will speak on various technological and humanitarian aspects, in which the young technocrats can massively contribute. The sessions are lined up to give the participants a broader view of the emerging technological concept of Internet of Things (IoT) and how it can be deployed to community development. It will also include a special brainstorming session conducted by IEEE SIGHT which will ponder ideas to solve the community issues using technology. More details can be found on the attached poster.

On behalf of the organizers, I would like to invite you to take part in this event. This will be a huge opportunity to interact and engage with the like-minded young technocrats from across the region.

We request you to register through the following link as this is a limited seating event. Event is free of charge to all the attendees and lunch will be provided.


If you have any questions regarding the program or registrations please feel free to reach out to:

Nia:; +62 81326780597

Amanda:; +62 82121450189


Time Program Resource
08:00 AM Registration
08:30 AM Introduction Kurnianingsih – Indonesia YP Chair

Satriyo Dharmanto – Indonesia Chair

Nivas R – Region 10 YP Coordinator

09:00 AM Why continue IEEE after graduation? Nivas Ravichandran

Region 10 YP Coordinator

09:30 AM Tea Break
09:45 AM IoT for Better Life Experiences Satriyo Dharmanto
10:15 AM IoT in the Context of Community Development Assoc. Prof Dr. Lukito Edi Nugroho
10:45 AM Young Professionals Activity Nivas Ravichandran
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Society Partner Presentation To be Announced
1:15 PM SIGHT – Presentation Subodha Charles (On-behalf of SIGHT)

Community Design Thinking Activity






4:00 PM Group Photo & Completion


Possible Outcomes:

  1. Increase in Young Professionals Participation in the TENSYMP and increased engagement and value for TENSYMP participants to attend an additional networking activity for free. Increased value for TENSYMP registration.
  2. IEEE Indonesia Young Professionals will have the opportunity to volunteer with a Region 10 Level team as well as conference organizers creating volunteering opportunities.
  3. Participants have an opportunity to network and get to know the other participants and members of IEEE Indonesia Section.
  4. Young Professional members of IEEE Indonesia section have the opportunity to meet and interact with the conference participants during the event, which might not be available during the Conference.

TENSYMP YP Activity Poster (2)

Dear IEEE Indonesia Members,

We intend to invite you to attend “The 28th IEEE Indonesia Anniversary Day“ with detail information as follow:

Date : Saturday, 02 April 2016
Time : 09:00 – 13:00
Location : Menara Multimedia, No.12 Jalan Kebon Sirih 10110

Opening and Welcoming Speech.
Report of IEEE Indonesia Chair
The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Election Result.
The 28th IEEE Indonesia Anniversary Day
Lunch and Networking

We do hope that you able to attend “The 28th IEEE Indonesia Aniversary Day”  by fill in the form (download form) that you may download from IEEE Indonesia website and returned the completed form by email to,  on the latest by 21 March 2016.

Thank you very much for your participation and see you soon in “The 28th IEEE Indonesia Aniversary Day”

Best regards,
Dr Ford Lumban Gaol, SMIEEE
The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Member Gathering Committee Chair

Dear Chapter  Chairs,

This is a gentle reminder to submit your chapter required annual reporting as follows, if your chapter has not yet done so:

Meeting Activity
Current Officers
Financial Reporting via NetSuite

Chapter and affinity group rebate: US$200 for each chapter and/or affinity group meeting minimum requirements.

Chapter Eligibility
A chapter is required to maintain a membership of not fewer than ten (10) members other than students, and to hold and report not less than two meetings in the technical category per year. Joint chapter meetings (where the chapter is joint with two or more sections) will be credited to the administrative (parent) section.

The report should be completed by 15 February 2016.

For more information on the submission guidelines, please refer to:

Thank you for your attention.

Best Regards,

Satriyo Dharmanto

Dear IEEE Indonesia Section Life Senior Member, Life Member, Senior Member, Affiliate Member, Associate Member, Member, Graduate Student Member, and Student Member,

During our 28-year history as an Indonesia professional organization, we have experienced and successfully navigated through several periods of time that technological progress is a considerable driving force behind economic growth, citizen engagement and job creation of the country.

Information and communication technologies, in particular, are reshaping many aspects of the world’s economies, governments and societies. As a part of the global knowledge societies, IEEE Indonesia Section takes its active roles to public officials, businesses and citizens, to work together to harness the transformative power of ICTs to make services more efficient, catalyze economic development and strengthen social networks.

IEEE is one of the largest professional associations in the world. Having been founded over 130 years ago, nowadays it brings together over 430,000 active members in more than 160 countries. This is the world’s largest technical professional society, dedicated to fostering technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE provides more than 3.5 million digital libraries and currently has organized about 1,300 annual conferences, worldwide.

We may aware that year 2015 is our growth year, as we have achieved several global achievements, such as 1,576 total member with 30,8% growth rate, that made IEEE Indonesia Section is eligible to become Large Section. IEEE Indonesia has also been awarded 2015 outstanding Section membership recruitment performance from IEEE Headquarter. Other achievements such as 12 new SB formation, 7 new SB chapters and WIE AG formation, 8 new Chapters formation (1 approved and 7 in approval process), 32 annual International conferences indexed by IEEE Xplore, number #4 worldwide Member get Member activities, third winner of IEEE Student, Young Professional, and Women in Engineering Region 10 Asia Pacific Congress 2015-by SB TelU.

Moreover, in year 2015, we also successfully bid several International flag ship IEEE conferences, such as TENSYMP 2016, APCC 2016, WPMC 2017 and GlobeCom 2020, to be hosted in Indonesia.

Although we are not in the immune situation from the global economic difficulties and uncertainty that affected Indonesia, my level of confidence in our organization and all of you as our proudly members has never been greater.

As an organization, IEEE Indonesia Section has weathered many different types of storms. However, our organization image has never been stronger or even more relevant. Our pipeline of organizational activities and breakthrough of technological innovation has never been more robust. And our long term commitment to delivering an elevated and highest contribution to Indonesian people is unwavering.

We are continuing to develop strategic alliances with universities, including universities outside Java island, government, and other ICT organizations. Strategic planning of IEEE activities Technical Activities, Education Activity, Industry Relation, Professional Activity, Conference Coordination, Membership Development, Student Activity and Women in Engineering. We also continue aligning and strengthening our active contribution in Research, Innovation and Public policy, related to technology.

Hence, we expect that IEEE Indonesia, aside from being an ordinary professional society, also would elevate its vital role for strategic national positioning toward an IEEE as one of the national assets.

We are in the midst of continuing organization development progress, enhancing national visibility of IEEE Indonesia Section, combining our unique position in Indonesia professional communities and we are continuing making profound social impact in the communities that we serve around Indonesia, and will continue to do so today and into the future.

As IEEE Indonesia Executive Committee, we will positively manage through today’s challenging environment just as we have positively navigated through challenging activities in the past. The experience we deliver in our organization, the strength and equity of our image and the primary reason for our current and future success is because of all of you.

Last but not least, I really believe in you and have never been prouder to be your Executive Committee.

Ir. Satriyo Dharmanto, M.Si.
IEEE Indonesia Section, Chair

On behalf of:
Dr. Ford Lumban Gaol, Vice chair,
Dr. I Wayan Mustika, Secretary,
Agnes Irwanti, SE, M.Si, Treasurer.

Dear IEEE Indonesia Members,

On behalf of IEEE Indonesia Section, we would like to extend our sincere appreciation with your involvement as IEEE Indonesia Section members.

Please allow us to greet you with Happy New Year 2016. May your life be filled with joy and happiness and may each new day bring you moments to cherish.

We intend to invite you to attend “The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Member Gathering“ with detail information as follow:

Date: Saturday, 23 January 2016
Time: 09:00 – 14:00
Binus University, FX Campus, FX Sudirman Mall, 6th Floor.
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Pintu Satu Senayan, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Kota Jakarta Pusat
10270, Indonesia.,106.8038019,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xe305f80a1e663b78?sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjsv-KZ3JvKAhWBWY4KHWLHAJkQ_BIIhwEwDg


Opening and Welcoming Speech.
Report of IEEE Indonesia Chair
IEEE Indonesia Election Chair for 2016.
Video Showing for Chapters and Students Branches Activities.

We do hope that you able to attend “The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Member Gathering”  by fill in the form (download form) that you may download from IEEE Indonesia website and returned the completed form by email to,  on the latest by 21 January 2016.

Thank you very much for your participation and see you soon in “The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Member Gathering”

Best regards,
Dr Ford Lumban Gaol, SMIEEE
The 2016 IEEE Indonesia Member Gathering Committee Chair


The IEEE Region 10 Symposium (TENSYMP) is one of the official annual conference owned and organised by the IEEE REGION 10 (Asia Pacific). Since the spring of 2013, TENSYMP has brought together a tremendous and rich diversity of authors and speakers from universities, industries, government and public sectors around the world, to share ideas and new perspectives on a wide range of research in science, engineering, and technologies.

TENSYMP 2016 will be held in Sanur, Bali island, Indonesia, 09-11 May 2016, organised by the IEEE INDONESIA SECTION.


TENSYMP 2016 invites papers, original & unpublished work from individuals active in the broad theme of the conference. Paper submission process will be managed by using EDAS. Paper length should be six pages at maximum including figures, tables, references, and appendices.

Please use the standard IEEE conference proceedings templates for Microsoft Word or LaTeX format on A4 size pages found at Accepted papers will be published in the TENSYMP 2016 Conference Proceedings and in IEEE Xplore, for which at least one author is required to register for the conference at the full rate.


  • 31 Jan 2016 Paper Submission
  • 29 Feb 2016 Acceptance
  • 31 Mar 2016 Camera Ready
  • 09-11 May 2016 Conference


Telkom University (Tel-U) students received international level award. Four university students who are members of IEEE Student Branch Tel-U Asia Pacific gained ranks at the event “IEEE Student, Young Professionals, and Women in Engineering Region 10 Asia Pacific Congress 2015” held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 9 – July 12, 2015.

The fourth student is Amanda Julia Isa and Muhammad Fadhil (Telecommunication Engineering Program), Qhansa Di’Ayu Putri Bayu (Informatics Engineering Program), and Muhammad Ibnu Muharrom (Telecommunication Business Management Studies and Information). “Telkom University IEEE Student Branch is one – the only student branch representing Indonesia in this Congress,” said Amanda.According to Amanda, Congress Region is an event that held once in two years started on 2002 in Singapore. “This congress aims to expand Networking, Skill Enhancement, Technology Breakthroughs, Women in Engineering, Economic and Social Aspects,” he said.

At IEEE Region 10 Congress 2015, said Amanda, not less than 250 delegates came from 28 countries in Asia Pacific including Australia, India, Malaysia, Japan, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and of course Indonesia.

Amanda added, there are 31 people who volunteered to go to Sri Lanka. But after going through a fairly rigorous selection process, the team IEEE Tel-U finally elected to represent to Sri Lanka with funding from the Higher Education, Indonesia Section, and the Tel-U.

“Before leaving, we had to prepare for some things such as video introductions Indonesia for IEEE Congress, the poster for IEEE Student Branch Poster Competition, Souvenir, Performance for the cultural night,” he said.

On July 1, 2015, said Amanda, IEEE R10 SAC Team told them that the IEEE Student Branch Telkom University selected for the “Representation Competition” in IEEE Region 10 Student / YP / WIE. Thereafter, on July 6, 2015 they were informed by the committee, that the IEEE SB Tel-U into the top 20 in Asia Pacific. “And we are required to represent Student Branch IEEE us directly at the Congress R10 on 9-12 July 2015,” he said.

Their hard work resulted sweet. After presenting the development of student branch in Indonesia, the jury decided to Amanda and her friends was selected as the top three Asia Pacific under Bangladesh and Malaysia.

Thank you to all those who have supported our departure so that we can achieve more on the event and student congress this competition, “he said.

At that event, the four students Tel-U also participated in Culture Night (the night of culture) to bring music performance that sings Halo-Halo Bandung and Yamko Rambe Yamko.


2015 Outstanding Section Membership Recruitment Performance has been awarded to IEEE Indonesia Section after meeting its recruitment goal for the 2015 membership year. Currently, IEEE Indonesia Section has 1500+ active member. Congratulations!

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