Seminar on Challenges in the Development of System On Chip Design Technology in Indonesia
The Electrical Engineering Department in collaboration with the Center for the Study Mikrolektronika & Image Processing conducted Seminar on Challenges in the Development of System On Chip Design Technology in Indonesia . The seminar was held in the Auditorium Building 5 Floor 6 Depok campus on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
The purpose of this activity is to open wider horizons of students in the field of system on chip design in Indonesia and International, to build partnerships with the world of industry in the field of system on chip design technology and the growing interest in high school students.
The seminar was preceded by a speech delivery seminar committee activity report by Dr. Hamzah Afandi as the committee was followed by the opening speech from Rector of Gunadarma University, Prof. Dr. E.S Margianti. The next event was the signing of the MOU between Gunadarma University and Versatile Silicon Technologies. The MoU signed by Rector of Gunadarma University, Prof. Dr. ES Margianti with Mr. Eko Fajar Nurprasetyo Ph.D. as CEO Versatile Silicon Technologies. MOA between Gunadarma University and Versatile Silicon Technologies also signed by Mr. Eko Fajar Nurprasetyo Ph.D and Mr. Eri Prasetyo represent the Center for Microelectronics & Image Processing Gunadarma University.
The Seminar present two speakers Eko Fajar Nurprasetyp Ph.D (from Silicon Versatile Technologies ) and Dr. Eri Prasetyo (Head of Studies Mikrolektronika & Image Processing). Eko Fajar Nurprasetyp Ph.D, presented Semiconductors: Enabler Industrial History of Modern Life which contains the Semiconductor Industry, Industry Enabler, prospects in Indonesia and Semiconductor Design Industry . The second speakers, Dr. Eri Prasetyo describing the results of a particular research doctoral student in designing systems on chip at the Gunadarma University and moderated by Dr. Joko Purnomo
Participants of the seminar was attended by students who representatives from the Department of Electrical and several students from the Department of Computer Systems, Computer Science and other majors. Participants of the seminar was also attended by lecturers and high school teachers.