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Indonesian University of Education was established in 1954 as Teachers Education College . It is located in Bandung, Indonesia. Wikipedia.

Nandiyanto A.B.D.,Hiroshima University | Nandiyanto A.B.D.,Indonesia University of Education | Ogi T.,Hiroshima University | Okuyama K.,Hiroshima University
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces | Year: 2014

Control of the shell structural properties [i.e., thickness (8-25 nm) and morphology (dense and raspberry)] and cavity diameter (100-350 nm) of hollow particles was investigated experimentally, and the results were qualitatively explained based on the available theory. We found that the selective deposition size and formation of the shell component on the surface of a core template played important roles in controlling the structure of the resulting shell. To achieve the selective deposition size and formation of the shell component, various process parameters (i.e., reaction temperature and charge, size, and composition of the core template and shell components) were tested. Magnesium fluoride (MgF2) and polystyrene spheres were used as models for shell and core components, respectively. MgF2 was selected because, to the best of our knowledge, the current reported approaches to date were limited to synthesis of MgF2 in film and particle forms only. Therefore, understanding how to control the formation of MgF2 with various structures (both the thickness and morphology) is a prospective for advanced lens synthesis and applications. © 2014 American Chemical Society.

Munir,Indonesia University of Education
International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering | Year: 2015

This study aimed to develop school community to share knowledge by using Multimedia Learning Resource Sharing (MLRS). MLRS was developed as a means for educators and learners across schools to share online based internet. To measure MLRS’s acceptance as a medium of sharing knowledge, Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) was used as a model of approach. This study tried to explore factors that were dominant, interrelated and influential to the level of MLRS’s acceptance in sharing knowledge. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) was used to analyze the data. The present study revealed that user Content Management (CM) affected Perceived Ease of Use (PEoU), while Content management (CM) and PEoU affected the benefits of Perceived Usefulness (PU). PEoU and PU affected Intention to Use (ITU); and ITU affected Actual System Usage (ASU). In general, the presence of MLRS received a positive acceptance from users in developing sharing knowledge between Senior High schools in West Java. © 2015 SERSC.

Nandiyanto A.B.D.,Hiroshima University | Nandiyanto A.B.D.,Indonesia University of Education | Suhendi A.,Hiroshima University | Arutanti O.,Hiroshima University | And 2 more authors.
Langmuir | Year: 2013

Studies on preparation of porous material have attracted tremendous attention because existence of pores can provide material with excellent performances. However, current preparation reports described successful production of porous material with only partial information on charges, interactions, sizes, and compositions of the template and host materials. In this report, influences of self-assembly parameters (i.e., surface charge, size, and concentration of colloidal nanoparticles) on self-organized porous material fabrication were investigated. Silica nanoparticles (as a host material) and polystyrene (PS) spheres (as a template) were combined to produce self-assembly porous materials in film and particle forms. The experimental results showed that the porous structure and pore size were controllable and strongly depended on the self-assembly parameters. Materials containing highly ordered pores were effectively created only when process parameters fall within appropriate conditions (i.e., PS surface charge ≤ -30 mV; silica-to-PS size ratio ≤0.078; and silica-to-PS mass ratio of about 0.50). The investigation of the self-assembly parameter landscape was also completed using geometric considerations. Because optimization of these parameters provides significant information in regard to practical uses, results of this report could be relevant to other functional properties. © 2013 American Chemical Society.

Nurbayani S.,Indonesia University of Education
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2015

Currently, Indonesia is faced with the challenge of „modern human trafficking‟; a problem which continues to increase. Technology and social media are some of the tools which, on one hand, have been used to detect and understand the signs of this shameful behaviour, while on the other hand, facilitating this very act. In this study, the author aims to discover and understand the social challenges contributing to human trafficking, in terms of causes, recruitment patterns, victims‟ self-awareness, role of the family and society in awareness creation, and also the contribution of technology and social media in sensitising the public to the signs and factors promoting human trafficking. The findings of this study reveal that factors leading to human trafficking include both primary factors (such as poverty and lack of education) and secondary factors (which include lifestyle and the desire to be dutiful to parents). However, it was further established that these factors comprised an amalgamation of local, national, and global cultures which have been brought about as either direct human interaction or through information and communication technologies or the widespread social media, which have influenced victims‟ lifestyles and forced them to find an easier (instant) way to gain wealth. In conclusion, this study identifies learning methods that could be used across fields to promote understanding and a social inquiry on problems existing in society. © Research India Publications.

Nandi,Indonesia University of Education
International Journal of Conservation Science | Year: 2014

The issue on coastal conservation serves as a base to make the management of a coastal area in an integrated way, known as the integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) concept. Studies on coastal conservation policy and ICZM in Indonesia have so far focused on implementations of relevant policies and regulations. The objective of this paper is to get an insight of the coastal conservation policies implemented in Indonesia. The coastal conservation policy of ICZM element is explained by examining: (1) Indonesian coastal areas (2) the political will of the government on environment issues in Indonesia; (3) the institutional capacity context in managing the coastal resources; and (4) the public participation in the coastal management. Indonesian objective of coastal management is to achieve sustainable development. However, after reviewing major elements on coastal conservation policy, it turns out that the policy is quite difficult to implement.

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