Jakarta, Indonesia

Binus University

Jakarta, Indonesia

Binus University, formerly Universitas Bina Nusantara, is a university located in Jakarta, Indonesia.The university was founded on October 21, 1974 as the "Modern Computer Course," a short-term computer training institute, and evolved into a full-scale university with undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate degree programs. It was established as Bina Nusantara University on August 8, 1996. Wikipedia.

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The present study deals with the development of non-thermal plasma-based AOPs for removal of organic contaminants in wastewater treatment. The plasma itself is generated based on point-to-point geometry under organic solution and can generate hydroxyl radicals, ozone, peroxide and other radicals as the basic species to destruct organic contaminants. Electrical diagnostic in a form of voltage and current waveform was investigated through the variation of time during the formation of plasma channeling. The evolutions of plasma channeling with its physical phenomena were also discussed. The relationship between the electrodes distance towards applied voltage to sustain the plasma were also studied. It was found that the mineralization occurred during plasma treatment to transform the harmful functional group in organic dye solution into harmless species. Simultaneously, the decoloration process by using this submerged plasma treatment system is able to change the orange color of methyl orange solution into clearly transparent water in 30 minutes. The present findings may provide the plasma-based advanced oxidation process as a promising chemical-free and cost competitive AOP process application on specially the waste water treatment in textile industry.

Sfenrianto,Binus University
Proceedings of 2016 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering, TALE 2016 | Year: 2016

An understanding of factors that influence the success of students in e-Learning process should be considered in order to improve learning outcomes. To achieve this improvement, this study proposed learning style, motivation, and knowledge ability (triple-factor) to add value creation model of an e-Learning system. In order to accommodate the model, this study has explored the triple-factor in e-learning process using online learning at Learning Management System (LMS) Binus Online Learning. The results of the study showed that there was a tendency that e-Learning values (good (Y2) and very good (Y3)) were influenced by learning styles (X2 (30.23%) and X3 (46.51%)), motivation (X5 (27.91%) and X6 (48.84%)), knowledge ability factor (X9 (44.19%) and X10 (30.23%)). Meanwhile the e-learning value of less than satisfactory (Y1) influenced by Learning Styles (X1 (23.26%)), motivation (X4 (23.26%)), knowledge ability factor (X7 (20.93%) and X8 (4.65%)). Thus, this study has proven that the existence of triple-factor that reflect the relationship between e-learning value, and those factors (learning styles, motivation, and knowledge ability). The findings of this study contribute to a better understanding of the existence of these factors to support a model of value creation in e-Learning process. © 2016 IEEE.

Kurniawan Y.,Binus University
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series | Year: 2017

Currently the health services become one of the major problems in Indonesia, particularly related to the primary services provided by the hospital. The problem that often occurs in Indonesia hospitals is the high number of malpractice, the problems makes public confidence for the hospital is lowered. Suspected problems related to the performance of hospital services is closely related to social interaction capabilities among medical and paramedical personnel, knowledge leadership, the characteristics of information technology and knowledge management capabilities at the hospital; The design of this study will reveal the role of social interaction capabilities, knowledge leadership, and information technology characteristics on the performance of hospital care through knowledge management capabilities. The population in this study is a hospital located in Jakarta, where the respondent is the hospital leaders, medical staff, and paramedics. The ultimate goal of this research is to produce a framework strategy to improve knowledge management capabilities at the hospital to focus on the factors that influence the performance of hospital services in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta. And the results of this research showed social interaction capabilities, information technology capabilities, and knowledge leadership is the most important factors for the hospital to improve their knowledge management capabilities. © 2017 ACM.

Suhairi K.,Binus University | Gaol F.L.,Binus University
Journal of Networks | Year: 2013

The purpose of the Configuration Management process is carrying and all IT assets, status, configuration, and relationship between each other being well documented. This documentation is useful, among others, for some purposes. The first objective is to create clarity in the relationship between key performance indicators (KPI) an IT services with the infrastructure. Changes to the configuration of those devices would obviously very disturbing the performance of IT services. The second objective is the accuracy of the information which will be used by the Service Delivery processes. So a Service Desk staff who need to get information about how a user at a branch office to connect to the network's headquarters, linked to issues of access to certain applications. Accurate network configuration information will be helpful Service Desk staff in helping the user solve the problem. The third objective is the accuracy of the information will be used for the IT audit.PT. XYZ is a telecommunications company which relatively new and aware of the increasing competitive competition in the telecommunications industry. PT. XYZ was starting its operation in 2006. The company's ambition is to develop progressively by increasing operational performance which closely linkages between operational performance improvements company with a bottom line of the company. Thus, it is a necessity/obligation for companies in the global era of integrated telecommunications services, to focus on Quality of services (QoS) provided to its customers, in order to survive in an increasingly competitive telecommunications business. (KS). © 2013 ACADEMY PUBLISHER.

Gaol F.L.,Binus University
Proceedings - 2010 2nd International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Telecommunication Technologies, ACT 2010 | Year: 2010

Web mining consists of three aspects: Web content mining, Web structure mining, and web usage mining. The most important application of web mining is targeted advertising. Sequential mining is the process of applying data mining techniques to a sequential database for the purposes of discovering the correlation relationships that exist among an ordered list of events. An important application of sequential mining techniques is web usage mining, for mining web log accesses, where the sequences of web page accesses made by different web users over a period of time, through a server, are recorded. This paper proposes web log sequential pattern mining using Apriori-all algorithm. We called as Apriori-all Web Log Mining. The experiment will be conducted base on the idea of Apriori-all algorithm, which first stores the original web access sequence database for storing non-sequential data. The experimental result will be given with analysis on further refinement. © 2010 IEEE.

Gunawan F.E.,Binus University
Journal of Sound and Vibration | Year: 2012

In this paper, we study the Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm with the trust region strategy to iteratively solve the ill-posed impact-force reconstruction problem. This particular problem is interesting because the impact-force particularly those of the pulse-type are difficult to be measured directly. In the present approach, the necessity of regularization is enforced by means of the trust region approach. This study mainly contributes a systematic approach to locate the optimal solution by tracking the Levenberg-Marquardt parameter. The proposed method is evaluated by solving two typical problem existed in the inverse problem of the impact-force reconstruction. Reasonable accurate impact-forces were produced from the both evaluations. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

Budiharto W.,Binus University
International Conference on Advanced Mechatronic Systems, ICAMechS | Year: 2014

For specific purpose, tracked robot that can be controlled remotely and able to acquire images from environment is very important, for example in rescuing disaster victims. We propose architecture for Raspberry pi and AVR-based mobile robot that can be controlled by low cost remote controller Integrated Circuits(IC) and able to avoid obstacles using ultrasonic distance sensor. This prototype also can be used for education and research in the university. We evaluate the performance of the robot in terms of the distance and the capability to deliver video streaming from the output raspberry pi and 2.4 GHz Video transmitter. © 2014 IEEE.

Sjarifudin F.U.,Binus University
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2012

Adaptation is essential to manage the problem of climate change. In order to meet this growing challenge, this paper propose an adaptive building envelope system that can optimize its configuration by responding to environmental changes that could achieve new levels of sustainable performance and energy efficiency. Most of the current adaptive building envelope uses kinetic techniques in order to make its formation transformable. However, with the use of kinetic components such as a large amount of interactive motorized system that require electrical power may also cause further decrease the building energy efficiency. This paper proposes a camshaft mechanism system for adaptive building envelope that uses less motors, controllers, and sensors. This system uses pre-programmed analysis data of daily solar radiation changes to parametrically drive the number of rotation phase and length of nose (Lobe Lift) that generates the shape of camshaft. This camshaft then controls the changing opening and closing values of the building envelope components. The advantages of this system are less energy consumption, less maintenance and lower cost since it uses less motors, controllers and wiring. In conclusion, this paper has developed a prototypical tool that facilitates the new approach to energy efficient kinetic buildings. © (2012) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Noviantri V.,Binus University
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2013

In this paper, we study the relevance of sinusoidal beds as shoreline protection through the Bragg scattering mechanism. Here we take into account the presence of current and assume that the shore on the right of the sinusoidal beds can absorb wave completely. As well known, a relatively small amplitude of sinusoidal beds can reduce the amplitude of incident waves effectivelly, due to Bragg resonance. Bragg resonance will occur if the wavelength of the monochromatic wave is twice the wavelength of sinusoidal beds. We apply the multiple scale asymptotic expansion method to the linear Shallow Water Equation for sinusoidal beds. When there is current, two wave numbers lead to Bragg resonances. Otherwise, there will be only one wave number. A transmission and reflection coefficient are given and used to predict the amplitude reduction. The effect of sinusoidal beds to transmission and reflection waves are simulated analitycally. It shows that the sinusoidal beds can reduce the amplitude of incident wave. © IOP Publishing Ltd 2013.

Surono I.S.,Binus University
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition | Year: 2015

Indonesia is the largest archipelago blessed with one of the richest mega-biodiversities and also home to one of the most diverse cuisines and traditional fermented foods. There are 3 types of traditional dairy foods, namely the butter-like product minyak samin; yogurt-like product dadih; and cheese-like products dali or bagot in horbo, dangke, litsusu, and cologanti, which reflect the culture of dairy product consumption in Indonesia.

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