Office

East Wing TP Rachmat.
Ocean Engineering Meeting Room #1.

Ocean Engineering Program is housed in the 3rd and 4th floor of East Wing TP Rachmat Building. It occupies a combined space about 700 m2. The Ocean Engineering Laboratory is located in the Water Resources and Ocean Engineering Experiments Building with space of more than 1,000 m2. The office, classroom, and laboratory spaces are quite adequate for present needs.

Every faculty member has an appointed private office of a required minimum of 6 square meters. This allows each faculty member to comfortably meet with and advise students. The faculty offices are in the OE Program complex on the third and fourth floor of East Wing of TP Rachmat Building. The rooms have file cabinets, bookshelves, tables, computers with internet connections. The space is adequate for OE Program of 18 faculties.

Clerical staffs are assigned to the main office. The office is run by a secretary, administrative assistant and up to two graduate academic assistants and program assistance. The office also contains the OE Program archives.

OE Program also have two meeting rooms. Both of this rooms located in 3rd floor TP. Rachmat Building that used for faculty and staff meeting. These rooms also use for final year student thesis defend.

In addition, OE Program also have a common rooms for faculty member. This room located in the clerical main office.

OE Head of Program’s Office.
Faculty Lounge.

Class Room

Class Room.

Each program in ITB campus has classroom facilities which are managed by their own, whereas there are other classroom facilities within campus area specifically managed by ITB. Classroom facilities for Ocean Engineering students are located on the OE Program Complex. OE Program offers up to 20 courses per semester during the academic year. The enrollment in each course ranges from 15 to 65. OE Program has three air conditioned classrooms which serve OE program exclusively.

Final & Field Project room.
Additional classrooms can be requested to ITB if needed. The availability of other classrooms which are managed by ITB must be scheduled or requested via roster services. OE program provides adequate numbers of notebook computers and LCD projectors for classroom lectures. One room is specifically dedicated for senior students who are in the process of completing their final project. The room is equipped with several PCs. However, the room is generally inadequate to support all these senior students. The limited space of the room has been accommodated by scheduling, but remains a concern.
Table  Summary Office and Classroom Space used by OE Program

No.

Space

Unit

Total Area (m2)

Condition

1

Main Office

1

94.9

good

2

FacultyRoom

12

156

good

3

Meeting Room

2

54.0

good

4

OE Classrooms

3

267.2

good

5

OE Student Lounge

1

54.0

good

6

Senior Project Computer Room

1

8.8

good

7

Computing Facility

1

31.5

good

Laboratory Facilities

Ocean Engineering Laboratory.
Wave Flume and its supporting equipments.
Wave Basin and its supporting equipment.
Flow Channel and its supporting equipment.
Structural Engineering Laboratory.

1. Ocean Engineering Laboratory

Ocean Engineering Laboratory (http://laboratory.ocean.itb.ac.id/e/) is located in the same building with a Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics of Water Resources Engineering Laboratory. All OE students have access to laboratory facility and field instrument to conduct experiments and ocean measurements. Students are also exposed to ocean engineering experiment, measurement. The facilities in OE laboratory include the following:

 

1a. Wave Flume

The OE lab operates a 40 m long, 1.2m wide, and 1.4 m deep Wave Flume facility. Waves are generated by a computer controlled, mechanically driven wave generator which can generate waves up to 0.33 m in height, with period up to 6.6 sec. The Wave Flume is made of glass channel supported by steel reinforced outer skeleton with concrete footing foundation. The glass channel allows the observer to measure and analyze the wave propagation along the flume.

The Wave Flume has been used for a wide variety of experiments, especially in physical modeling of small and medium scale breakwaters and their armor models.The Wave Flumewas used for recent projects for coastal protection system modeling such asA-Jack breakwater armor tests, pontoon type floating breakwater and perforated breakwater. The Wave Flume is also regularly used for OE course KL 3203 Laboratory Experimental Methods.

1b. Wave Basin

The OE program ITB operates a 12 m long, 10 m wide, and 1.0 m deep Wave Basin facility. Waves are generated by a computer controlled, mechanically driven wave generator with and can generate waves up to 0.33 m in height, with periods up to 6.6 sec.

1c. Flow Channel

The OE Lab operates an 11.5 m long, 1.5 m wide, and 0.79 m deep flow channel facility. The channel can generate current velocity up to 40 cm/s.

1d. Towing Tank

OE Labs operates Towing Tank incorporated with 2D wave flume. The carriage in the towing tank can be accelerate up to 2.5 m/s along the wave flume. Dynamic control and motion control of the carriage are controlled in central panel.

1e. Ocean Survey Instruments

The OE Program currently has an assortment of oceanographic instruments that is used to support undergraduate laboratory courses (KL 3201 Laboratory Experimental Methods and KL 3103 Ocean Engineering Data Acquisition and Analysis).

The instruments are operated by Ocean Engineering Laboratory as follow:

> Hydrographic Hydrobox Echo sounder

> GPS mapping TRIMBLE GeoXT 2008

> Current meter FSI 2D-ACM 2ACM-200

> Tide Gauge Valeport Tide Master

> Senix wave gauge

The instruments include one Aanderaa RCM9 current meter, one Horiba Water Quality Meter, one handheld echo sounder, and one handheld Garmin GPS

In addition, OE program has access to other related instruments through cooperation with Agency for Marine and Fisheries Research, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries. These include a rigid rubber boat (Zodiac) with 50 hp outboard, C-Max side scan sonar, Odom single and multi beam echosounder, sub-bottom profiler, Sontek 150 kHz Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP), and a set of Trimble GPS and DGPS.

OE Laboratory maintains an active list of instruments needed to support educational and research programs. The list is generated in OE faculty meeting. Procurement will be conducted based on funding availibity.

2. Structural Engineering Laboratory

OE students who take Materials for Marine Environment (KL3106) are required to perform laboratory work on steel and concrete materials in Structural Engineering Laboratory (http://www.ftsl.itb.ac.id/lab/sel/). Structural Engineering Laboratory has a function as the unit providing the facilities to support FCEE courses, research and development of structural engineering for various construction types. Some of the equipments in Structural Engineering Laboratory are:

 

2a. Equipments for  aggregate test :

> Physical and mechanical properties test

> Chemical analysis test

> Petrographic analysis test

2b. Equipments for cement material test:

> Physical and mechanical properties test

> Chemical analysis test

2c. Equipments for static load test with high accuracy:

> Data logger

> Displacement transducer with various capacity

> Data acquisition system

2d. Equipments for dynamic load test with high accuracy:

> Vibrometer

> Dynamic signal analyzer

> Accelerometer

3. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory (http://www.ftsl.itb.ac.id/lab/sml/) has various equipments that can be used for laboratory tests in soil mechanics and geotechnical field analysis. Some of the equipments are:

> Consolidation

> Triaxial CD/CU/UU

> Free stress

> Permeability

> Atterberg Limit

> Direct shear strength

> Compaction

> Sand cone

> Resonant column

> Cyclic Triaxial

> Earthquake simulator

> Pile driving analyzer (PDA)

> CPT 2,5 tone and  CPT 10 tone

> Pressure meter

> Bore Machine

> Hand Bore

> Electric distance measurement (EDC)

> Water Pass

> Echosounder

> Hydrometer

> Pile Scale

> Compass

> Mc Seis

Computing Resource

The OE program has its own Computing Facility and associated local computer network. This facility is used to support both education and research programs. The OE computer network is fully integrated into the university network with a high speed link to the ITB’s center server. Two wireless facilities were installed within the program. Students are exposed to the latest state-of-the-art engineering software (Offshore Structure Design, Buoy Engineering, Structural Design, 3D Ocean Hydrodynamics, Wave Transformation, 3D Water Quality, 3D Sediment Transport, and Geotechnic). The OE Program operates Windows Systems and a network of Pentium Dual Core based PCs. Computer facilities accessible to undergraduate students include:

> 11 units of customized PC with Pentium i5 and i7 processor, 2 unit customized server, with high end Pentium i7.

> 2 unit Hewlett Packard Laserjet 1000SP laser printer

> 1 units CANON Deskjet IP1880 color inkjet printer.

> 2 units Canon Scanner

OE students who are working on their Final Project also have special access to computational facilities in special Computer Room dedicated only for them. A number of software packages are available to the students for coursework and thesis research. These include:

> Visual Fortran

> Visual Studio

> Student Version Matlab

> Microsoft Office

> MicroSAS

> Orcaflex

> SACS

> MoTuM (3D Ocean Hydrodynamics and Oil Spill Model)

> MuSed3D (3D Ocean Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport Model)

> MuQual3D (3D Ocean Hydrodynamics and Water Quality Model)

> SFlow (Unsteady Intersection Channel Flow Model)

> SRD (Refraction and Diffraction Model)

> ARCView

> SMS

> Ref/Dif

> EcomSed

> SWAN

> FVCOM

> Beurau Veritas – Hydrostars

> Beurau Veritas – Arianne

> SAP2000

> MIDAS GTS

> MIDAS GEN

> AutoCAD

Students are also given access to the finite element package ANSYS which is maintained by the Mechanical Engineering.

Gedung Sasana Budaya Ganesha

Sasana Budaya Ganesa merupakan pusat ilmu pengetahuan, teknologi dan seni, serta menjembatani kegiatan akademik yang dilengkapi dengan fasilitas modern, menampung berbagai kegiatan, termasuk konferensi, simposium, seminar, ceramah, pameran, serta pagelaran musik dan tari. Fasilitas terdiri dari Balairung untuk 4000 orang, Ruang Audio Visual, Restoran, Ruang Pertemuan, Galeri IPTEKS, Ruang Pamer, Ruang Perkantoran, Perpustakaan Buku Langka, Sanggar Produksi AV, Ruang Lelang, Taman panyawangan, dan lain-lain.

Berada satu lokasi dengan Sasana Budaya Ganesha terdapat sarana olahraga yang diperuntukkan untuk kalangan civitas akademika ITB, namun dalam prakteknya banyak diminati oleh masyarakat umum. Fasilitas Olahraga ITB terdiri dari: Kolam Olimpik, Kolam Renang Pemula dan Kolam Renang Loncat Indah; Lapangan Sepakbola; Trek Atletik; Lapangan Bola Basket; Lapangan Bola Voli; dan Lapangan Tenis. Fasilitas olahraga digunakan terutama untuk program kegiatan kurikuler, yaitu perkuliahan Olahraga Mahasiswa TPB ITB selama 2 semester dalam tiap tahunnya. Selain itu fasilitas tersebut juga dimanfaatkan untuk pelaksanaan kegiatan lain, seperti: Sekolah Sepakbola, Kursus Tenis, Jogging Klub, Kursus Renang, Penyemaian Rumput, Fitness Center dan program lainnya.

Link website Sasana Budaya Ganesha: http://www.sabugacenter.com/

Bumi Medika Ganesha

Pusat Pelayanan Kesehatan ITB Bumi Medika Ganesa memiliki berbagai jenis pelayanan yang meliputi:

  • Praktek dokter umum
  • Praktek dokter gigi: perawatan, pencegahan, pengobatan, dan kosmetik
  • Praktek dokter spesialis: penyakit dalam, mata,  radiologi, orthodonti, kebidanan
  • Praktek Keluarga Berencana (KB)
  • Pemeriksaan Rontgen dan Elektro Kardiografi (EKG)
  • Pembuatan surat kesehatan sehat (SKS)
  • Pemeriksaan laboratorium klinis (bekerjasama dengan Laboratorium Klinik Prodia)
  • Penyediaan obat melalui Apotek Bumi Medika Ganesa
  • Informasi/konsultasi obat terjadwal di apotek BMG
  • Praktek akupunktur
  • Praktek fisioterapi

Layanan ini diberikan bagi keluarga ITB (dosen, mahasiswa, karyawan, pensiunan dan masyarakat umum).

Link website Bumi Medika Ganesha: http://yankes.itb.ac.id/?page_id=175

Library

Central Library in ITB.

Library service is organized by central library unit of ITB. This main building is located in southern part of ITB Campus. About 9000m2 total area of this modern library. Furthermore, this library contains thousands of books that can be accessed by the students. With sophisticated interior design this library served student on the office hours. OE Program have its own cluster in the library. Located in 4th floor of central library building. Many books that related to Ocean Engineering Courses are available for student and faculty member. Meanwhile, central library also has subscribed of various online journal. This journals can be accessed from ITB’s network with proxy setting. To access all of those journal from the outside of campus network can be done by using virtual proxy number (VPN).

Website: http://www.lib.itb.ac.id/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interior of Central Library.