Established in 1988• In 2013, we will celebrate 25 Years of IEEE Indonesia SectionActivities• Coordinating professional forums, technical meetings• Maximizing member benefits through networking, promotion, training• Advising national policy with technical expertise• Igniting activities of student through new student branch; women through WiE; and focuses professional activities through chaptersSupports• Universities: UI, ITB, ITT, ITS, Binus, UPH, UGM, Unud, Unhas, etc• Corporates: Telkom Indonesia, etc
Student Chapters Branches Communications Society Chapter SB of University of Indonesia Computer Society Chapter SB of Bandung Institute of Technology Circuits and Systems Chapter SB of Telkom Institute of Technology, Bandung Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Chapter SB of November 10th Institute of Technology in Surabaya Join Chapter of Control and Robot/Automation Society Join Chapter of Microwave Theory/Technics and SB of Gajahmada University, Yogyakarta Antenna/Propagation SocietyJoin Chapter of Education Society, Electron Devices Society, SB of Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta Power Engineering Society, and Signal Processing Society
2003-2004 2005 2006 2007-2008 2009-2011 2012-2013 Arief Nurain Dadang Muhammad Kuncoro Satriyo Hamdani Silalahi Gunawan Ary Murti Wastuwibowo Dharmanto Split from Join Chapter ofCommunications & Computer Web: Komunikasi.org Facebook.com/ComsocIndonesia Twitter.com/ComsocIndonesia Society in 2003
2010 2011 2012 2013 IEEE Comnetsat,Seminar series: 4G IEEE Tencon, technical technical sponsor IEEE TALE, support Mobile Networks co-sponsor (academic coordination) Seminar series: Cloud computing & IEEE Region 10 Annual IEEE Comnetsat, co- DLP ubiquitous Meeting, support sponsor communications services Seminar series: 4G Mobile Network & Government advice in Services, Digital TV, IPTV DLP DLP
General Issues: Organising Issues: TPC Issues: Ford Lumban Gaol Arnold Djiwatampu Dr. Arifin Nugroho• Dr. Wiseto Agung • Dr. Ali Muayyadi • Prof. Dr.• Muhammad Ary • Agnes Irwanti Gamantyo Murti • Arief Hamdani Hendrantoro• Satriyo Gunawan • Dr. Thomas Dharmanto Hardjono • Kuncoro Wastuwibowo
Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,000 islands. It has 33 provinces with over 238 millionpeople, and is the world’s fourth most populous country. Indonesia is a republic, with an elected legislature andpresident. The nation’s capital city is Jakarta.Located in South-East Asia, the country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia.Other neighboring countries include Singapore, Philippines, Australia, Palau, and the Indian territory of theAndaman and Nicobar Islands. Indonesia is a founding member of ASEAN and a member of the G-20 majoreconomies. The Indonesian economy is the world’s sixteenth largest by nominal GDP and fifteenth largest bypurchasing power parity.The Indonesian archipelago has been an important trade region since at least the 7th century, when Srivijayaand then later Majapahit traded with China and India. Local rulers gradually absorbed foreign cultural, religiousand political models from the early centuries CE, and Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished. Indonesianhistory has been influenced by foreign powers drawn to its natural resources. Muslim traders brought Islam,and European powers brought Christianity.Across its many islands, Indonesia consists of hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups. A sharedidentity has developed, defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism, and a history ofcolonialism and rebellion against it. Indonesia’s national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” (“Unity in Diversity”),articulates the diversity that shapes the country.
Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills andmountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barrenvolcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeplyspiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical andarchaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this isone of the world’s most popular island destinations and one which consistentlywins travel awards.Bali has something to offer a very broad market of visitors from young back-packers right through to the super-rich.
Full day use of one meeting room for maximum 8 hours ◦Morning coffee break with selection of coffee/tea and pastries or fruits◦Light buffet lunch or 3-course set lunch◦Afternoon coffee break with selection ◦Standard technical equipment :One white board, One flip chart, One screen (75" x 95", 79" x 84" or 70" x 70")One overhead projector or 35mm slide projectorMicrophone, maximum of 3 unitsNotepad and pen, floral decoration, mints and waterReception table with one telephone extensionInformation boardTechnical engineer for stand-by
Ngurah Rai Denpasar International Airport is one major hubconnecting Asia and Australia. Almost all Asia & Australiainternational flights would have direct flight to Denpasar.From Denpasar to Sanur or Nusa Dua, it needs only 30-50minuted by car or taxi. Airport Taxi to these area costs US$10.Warning: Visitors doesn’t need a transit in Jakarta (thecapital city) for a flight to Denpasar, Bali.
Denpasar •a bustling city, the administrative centre and transport hub of the island but not a major tourist destinationCandidasa •a quiet coastal town, the Bali Aga and gateway to the east coast Kuta •surfer central, by far the most heavily developed area in Bali. Lots of shopping and night-life and the centre of lower-end party culture on BaliJimbaran •sea-side resorts, a nice sheltered beach and seafood restaurants south of Kuta Legian •located between Kuta and Seminyak; also the name of Kuta´s main street Lovina •beautiful black volcanic sand beaches and coral reefs Sanur •sea-side resorts and beaches popular with older familiesSeminyak •quieter, more upscale beachside resorts and villas just to the north of Legian, with some fashionable upscale restaurants and trendy designer bars and dance clubs Ubud •the centre of art and dance in the foothills, with several museums, the monkey forest and lots of arts and crafts shops
•An area of peaceful, traditional fishing villages featuring black sand beaches, coral reefs and Amed excellent diving •Nice lakes in the mountains, a golf course, the botanical gardens and the famous Ulun Danu Bedugul Bratan Temple •The southernmost tip of Bali, with world class surfing, great beaches, and the cant-miss cliff- Bukit Peninsula hanging Uluwatu Temple Kintamani •Active volcano Mount Batur, great mountain scenery, cooler temperatures and fruit growing Mount Agung •Highest mountain in Bali and the mother temple of Besakih Nusa Dua •An enclave of high-end resorts and a long, golden sand beach Nusa Lembongan •Good diving, snorkelling and surfing and a great place to relax Nusa Penida •Wild, rugged and untamed and as off-the-beaten-path as you will get in BaliWest Bali National Park •Trekking, bird watching and diving in Balis only substantial natural protected area