Alumni is one of the important roles in every department/faculty/university aside from lecturers, employees and students. Alumni of FMIPA UI is part of the ILUNI Family, which is referred to as ILUNI FMIPA UI.
The management of ILUNI FMIPA UI is as follows:
Advisor – Prof. Dr. rer. nat Abdul Haris
Advisor – Drs. Hendrisman Rahim
Advisor – Dr. Drs. Tubagus Haryono, SE., MM., AK.
Advisor – Dr. Hotbonar Sinaga, S
Head of ILUNI FMIPA UI – Pamela Cardinale, S.Si.
Deputy Chair 1: Head of ILUNI Dept. of Mathematics – Shafira Bawazier, S.Si.
Deputy Chair 2: Head of ILUNI Dept. of Physics – Drs. Satya Heragandhi, M.Sc.
Deputy Chair 3: Head of ILUNI Dept. of Chemistry – Dr. Nadirah, M.Sc.
Deputy Chair 4: Head of ILUNI Dept. of Biology – Shobi Lawalata, S.Si.
Deputy Chair 5: Head of ILUNI Dept. of Geography – Darsono, S.Si., M.Sc.
Secretary General of ILUNI FMIPA UI: Dra. Siti Alawiyah (Ella)
Deputy Secretary General of ILUNI FMIPA UI: Hendro Santono, S.Si.
Deputy Secretary General of ILUNI FMIPA UI: Dr. Tito Latif Indra, M.Sc.
Treasurer of ILUNI FMIPA UI: Poppy Juanita Dewayani, S.Si, MM-DESS CAAE, CFP®, AEPP®, QWP®
External Collaboration Relations: Aditya Girindra Wardhana, S.Si.
Public Relations 1: Karmila Sari, S.Si., MM.
Public Relations 2: Indra Zen, S.Si.
Head of Sports: Riza Harmain, S.Si.
Deputy Head of Sports: Ghalih W Akbar. S.Si.
Head of Musical Arts: Dra. Diah Kusumaningrum
Deputy Head of Musical Arts: Dina Rudita, S.Si.
Universitas Indonesia is one of the first universities in Indonesia to initiate a tracer study at the university level. In 2008, UI seriously worked on the UI 2008 Tracer Study. Apart from some shortcomings in the pilot study, the 2008 UI Tracer Study has proven to be beneficial for the university and the working world.
In 2014, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences began to consistently work on the Tracer Study FMIPA UI. This consistency is shown from the several roles of FMIPA UI alumni in the consulting services, grants, and voluntary funding for the development of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI through certain events or programs. Not only that, ILUNI FMIPA UI regularly issues an ILUNI FMIPA UI bulletin and conducts an expertise-based Tracer Study FMIPA UI as a directory book for FMIPA UI graduates.
ILUNI FMIPA UI holds a regular annual event, entitled “Homecoming Day FMIPA UI” with the purpose of (i) consolidating and strengthening the relationship between fellow FMIPA UI alumni, (ii) as a platform to facilitate a sustainable relationship between alumni, faculties, departments, and FMIPA UI students, expected to contribute their knowledge in every aspect of social and state life in the future, (iii) explore detail information on the alumni biographies as a connecting link between the alumni and students who seek experience as provision in the working world, (iv) explore further information regarding the transition from the academic to the working world, the relevance of education and the alumni competencies, socio-biographical aspects of the alumni, and capturing the essence of relationship between learning experiences in higher education and provisions as well as performance in the working word.
Until 2014, the FMIPA UI recorded ± 19,000 graduates. FMIPA UI alumni who have succeeded and gave contributions for Indonesia are spread in different government institutions, namely: BPPT, BAPETEN, BP Migas, BATAN, LIPI, Ministry of Education & Culture, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Finance, PT. Telkom. Meanwhile, in non-governmental institutions there are WWF, CI, WALHI, NRM, World Bank. As for private companies, they work in the field of Banking, Insurance, Mass media, Mining & oil, Agribusiness, Consumer goods, Computers & IT, Telecommunications, Digital mapping, Pharmaceutical industry, Chemical industry, Semiconductor industry, Metal industry, Education and research, survey company, etc.
ILUNI UI carries several programs including:
- Recollecting data of FMIPA UI alumni and developing an alumni website for the benefit of the University and the working world, continuing the expertise-based Tracer Study Program set by the ILUNI FMIPA UI management yet to be implemented on the previous period.
- Arranging Alumni Gathering / Grand Reunion organized by each Alumni Department.
- Arranging routine activity entitled ‘Homecoming Day FMIPA UI’ with the purpose of
- Consolidating and strengthening the relationship between fellow FMIPA UI alumni
- As a platform to facilitate a sustainable relationship between alumni, faculties, departments, and FMIPA UI students, expected to contribute their knowledge in every aspect of social and state life in the future
- Explore detail information on the alumni biographies as a connecting link between the alumni and students who seek experience as a provision in the working world
- Explore further information regarding the transition from the academic to the working world, the relevance of education and the alumni competencies, socio-biographical aspects of the alumni, and capturing the essence of relationship between learning experiences in higher education and provisions as well as performance in the working word.
- Organizing discussion or Soft Skills Sharing – from Alumni to Students and from Alumni to Alumni. In this event, ILUNI FMIPA UI also collaborates with other Faculty even with other University, therefore the shared knowledge might be delivered by a non FMIPA UI alumni.
- Organizing Culture Art activity with alumni
- Organizing sports activity with alumni
ILUNI FMIPA UI also collaborates with Active Students in its programs and activities.
Until 2019, FMIPA UI recorded ± 21,000 graduates. FMIPA UI alumni who have succeeded and gave contributions for Indonesia are spread in different government institutions, namely: BPPT, BAPETEN, BP Migas, BATAN, LIPI, Ministry of Education & Culture, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Finance, PT. Telkom. Meanwhile in non-governmental institutions there are WWF, CI, WALHI, NRM, World Bank. As for private companies, they work in the field of Banking, Insurance, Mass media, Mining & oil, Agribusiness, Consumer goods, Computers & IT, Telecommunications, Digital mapping, pharmaceutical industry, Chemical industry, Semiconductor industry, Metal industry, Education and research, survey company, etc.
The following are some of FMIPA UI alumni who have succeeded and gave contributions for Indonesia:
- Fauzi Bahar M.Si., alumnus of the Master Program in FMIPA UI class 2002, served as Mayor of Padang for the period 2004 – 2009. Then in 2009, he was re-elected for a second term as Mayor of Padang in the 2009 direct election.
- Suharna Surapranata MT, alumnus of the Department of Physics UI in 1978, an Indonesian politician who served as Minister of State for Research and Technology of Indonesia in the United Indonesia Cabinet II during the administration of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
- Terry Mart, alumnus of the Department of Physics in 1988, is a physicist at the Universitas Indonesia and a permanent professor in the field of physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI. He is one of the inventors of the subatomic particle D13; has produced 117 scientific publications in the Journal Physical Review, a prestigious international physics journal.
- Dipo Alam, alumnus of the Department of Chemistry, FMIPA UI, in 1978, was a politician who had served as Cabinet Secretary (SesKab) of the Republic of Indonesia in the United Indonesia Cabinet II during the reign of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
- Asep Karsidi, M.Sc., Ph.D., alumnus of the Department of Geography FMIPA UI in 1980, currently serves as Head of the Geospatial Information Agency.
- Lukman Hakim, M.Sc., Ph. D, Apt., alumnus of the Department of Pharmacy, FMIPA UI in 1979, served as Head of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI).
- Muhammad Budi Setiawan, M.Eng., alumnus of the Department of Physics in 1987, currently serves as Director General of Resources and Equipment for Post and Information Technology (SDPPI) at the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.
- Nefo Andrawyanti, alumnus of the Department of Physics in 1981, currently works at Data Recognition Corp, United States of America as Sr. Software Quality Assurance Analyst.
- Sinta Sirait, alumnus of the Department of Biology, FMIPA UI in 1990, currently works at PT. Freeport Indonesia and serves as Director, EVP, Chief of Communications & Public Affairs Officer at PT. Freeport Indonesia.
- Yohanes Surya, alumnus of the Department of Physics, FMIPA UI, in 1986, is a professor of physics at the Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga. He was the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Pelita Harapan University, one of the founders of The Mochtar Riady Institute, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Assalamiyah Islamic High School Banten, and the Chancellor of Multimedia Nusantara University.
- Darwin Silalahi, alumnus of the Department of Physics, FMIPA UI, has been working as Country Chairman of Shell Companies in Indonesia since 2007 and President Director of PT Shell Indonesia. Previously, for 7 years he served as Country CEO of Booz Allen Hamilton Indonesia, a world-renowned strategic management consulting company.
- Suharyo Sumowidagdo, alumnus of the Physics Department, currently works as a research scientist at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of California Riverside, as well as a member of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) collaboration at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. Previously he was also a member of the D0 collaboration at Fermi National Laboratory, USA.
- Karliansyah, M.Si., alumnus of the Department of Biology, FMIPA UI in 1995, worked at the Ministry of Environment, served as Secretary to the Minister of the Environment (Plt) Deputy II Minister of the Environment for Pollution Control.
- Rasio Ridho Sani, M.Comm, MPM, alumnus of the Department of Chemistry, FMIPA UI, served as Deputy IV for the Management of Hazardous and Toxic Materials, Hazardous and Toxic Waste and Waste at the Ministry of the Environment.
- Tri Djoko Santoso, alumnus of the Mathematics Department, FMIPA UI, works at LN Consulting as the President Director of LN Consulting, United States.
- Hendrisman Rahim, alumnus of the Department of Mathematics Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI in 1983, serves as the President Director of PT. Asuransi Jiwasraya (Persero).
Sincerely, the Alumni Association of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI
Fauzi Bahar M.Si
Fauzi Bahar was born in Ikua Koto, Koto Tangah District, Padang City on August 16, 1962. Fauzi is the fourth of six children. Fauzi has been engaged in many activities since he was young. He was once a silat coach at the Pat Ban Bu college in Ikua Koto. He was also elected as the Youth Leader of Ikua Koto. As student, Fauzi was involved in extra-curricular activities of the Student Regiment (Menwa), and served as commander.
Suharna Surapranata MT
Drs. H. Suharna Surapranata, MT (born in Bandung, West Java, December 13, 1955) is an Indonesian politician. He served as Minister of State for Research and Technology of Indonesia in the United Indonesia Cabinet II, and was replaced by Gusti Muhammad Hatta. on the reshuffle, October 18, 2011.
Suharna Surapranata holds a bachelor’s degree from the Department of Physics, Universitas Indonesia and a Master degree in Physics Engineering from the Bandung Institute of Technology . He also co-founded the Indonesian Society of Scientists and Technologists (MITI).
Prof. Dr. Drs. Terry Mart
Born in Palembang, March 3, 1965 is a nuclear and particle physics scientist currently serving as a Professor and Lecturer at the Department of Physics, FMIPA, Universitas Indonesia. Since elementary school, he has been reading books about electronics. Terry is also active in the development of science, technology, and art both on national and international scale. His research focuses on the development of the kaon particle, which is called as the odd particle, since it can be produced. These kaon particles always coexist with hyperon.
He graduated from SMA 3 Jakarta and received perfect scores in mathematics and other exact sciences. Terry then continued his study at the Universitas Indonesia. At that time he was accepted through invitation named Jalur Perintis Dua. He finally graduated from Department of Physics, Universitas Indonesia in 1988 with cum-laude.
In 1996, he received a doctor rerum naturalium (Doctor of Science) degree from the Universität Mainz, Germany with cum-laude. From 1997 – 2000, he performed his post-doctoral research. The research was mainly conducted at George Washington University, Washington DC, United States, Department of Simulation Physics and Science Center, Okayama University of Science, Okayama, Japan, and the Institut für Kernphysik, Germany.
Born in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 17, 1949 is a politician who served as Cabinet Secretary (SesKab) of the Republic of Indonesia in the United Indonesia Cabinet II. Previously, the former Chair of Microeconomics was trusted as Secretary General of the Organization of Developing Countries (Developing Countries) 8 or D-8 in 2006 by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono which is headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey.
The former Chairperson of the Universitas Indonesia Student Council has served for 25 years both at the National Development Planning Agency and as Deputy to the Coordinating Minister for the Economy, dealing with international NGOs such as the World Bank, Development Bank, European countries, etc.
Asep Karsidi, M.Sc
Asep Karsidi started his career at the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology in 1981 in the Artificial Rain project. At that time, artificial rain was still a special project initiated by BPPT. Ten years later, in 1990, Asep Karsidi joined TISDA (Center for Natural Resources Inventory Technology) then became Director of TISDA BPPT in 1997.
In 2000, Asep Karsidi continued his study for Ph.D. at Adelaide University South Australia and finished the study it at the end of 2003. A year later, Dr. Asep Karsidi was elected as Head of the UPT (Technical Implementation Unit) of Artificial Rain.
Retracing the field of artificial rain, several important breakthroughs were made. Dr. Asep Karsidi popularized the term “Weather Modification Technology” (TMC) instead of “Artificial Rain”. “I have the idea that we can’t create rain but modify the weather conditions to increase rainfall and induces the rain,” he explained.
Dr. Asep Karsidi even managed the Artificial Rain UPT to be equally qualified compared to foreign institutions and winning an international tender for the TMC implementation in the mining concession area of PT. INCO in Soroako, South Sulawesi, in 2004/2005. At that time, the main competitor, the Weather Modification Inc (WMI) from the United States has failed to win the tender.
Although having business competition, Asep Karsidi took advantage of the momentum by inviting WMI to collaborate (2005-2006) in an effort to improve the potency of Weather Modification Technology. Some of UPT Artificial Rain scientists were even sent for training and internship at Fargo North Dakota, USA, (WMI campus).
In the field of TMC research, Dr. Asep Karsidi initiated the use of flare technology in Indonesia, including encouraging scientists from the UPT Artificial Rain to make flares made in Indonesia. “Among them are Djoko Gunawan and his friends,” he said.
The flare is a tube contained chemicals and seedling material mixture prepared in a way that the post-combustion smoke test shows particles in suitable size for cloud modification engineering. “The flare technology makes TMC operations more optimal,” he said.
Dr. Asep Karsidi also modified the Kingair aircraft belongs to PT. Survei Udara Penas (State Aerial Survey Company) to be used as a flare-based cloud seeding aircraft. When El Nino hit Indonesia around 2005, Dr. Asep Karsidi took quick action by facilitating the Water Bombing operation and bringing in the BE200 aircraft from Russia based on the request from BAKORNAS PB-Coordinating Ministry of Welfare.
In 2007, Dr Asep Karsidi resigned from the UPT Artificial Rain and was appointed as Deputy Minister for People’s Welfare for Social Vulnerability in charge of the establishment of BNPB (National Agency for Disaster Management).
Nevertheless, Asep Karsidi still hopes that the leaders and the extended family of BBTMC will be more proactive in improving the potency of weather modification technology. “Weather modification is not only focused on increasing and decreasing rainfall. But the successors are also able to create new technological breakthroughs based on the technological developments demands and the changes acceleration in the natural environment,” he said.
Dr. Asep Karsidi was appointed as Head of BAKOSURTANAL in 2010 with the achievement of issuing the Geospatial Information Law (UU IG) in 2011. BAKOSURTANAL also changed its name to the Geospatial Information Agency. Dr. Asep Karsidi also initiated the One Map Policy and the construction of the Ina Geoportal as a sharing platform with stakeholders in the field of geospatial information.
Prof. Lukman Hakim, M.Sc., Ph.D., Apt
Born in Curup, Bengkulu, September 23, 1953, is an Indonesian scientist and lecturer. He became a Student Movement activist in the 1977-1978 opposing President Soeharto’s authoritarian adminstration and rejected the implementation of the Minister of Education and Culture, Daoed Joesoef’s decision on the Normalization of Campus Life/Student Coordinating Board (NKK/BKK) which suspended student councils and senates at universities throughout Indonesia. When the student movement erupted, he served as General Chair of the Universitas Indonesia Student Council on the period of 1977-1978.   He is the 8th Head of the Indonesian Institute of Science, replacing the former official Umar Anggara Jenie. Lukman who previously served as Deputy Head of LIPI was inaugurated as Head of LIPI by the Minister of Research and Technology Suharna Surapranata on June 14, 2010 . He finished his term on 18 October 2014.
Muhammad Budi Setiawan, M.Eng
Alumnus of the Department of Physics in 1987, currently serves as Director General of Resources and Equipment for Post and Information Technology (SDPPI) at the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.
Alumnus of the Department of Physics in 1981, currently works at Data Recognition Corp, United States of America as Sr. Software Quality Assurance Analyst.
Sinta Sirait alumnus of the Department of Biology, FMIPA UI in 1990, currently works at PT. Freeport Indonesia and serves as Director, EVP, Chief of Communications & Public Affairs Officer at PT. Freeport Indonesia.
Sinta R. Sirait
Advisor – ISD Board of Advisors
Sinta Sirait received her Bachelor’s Degree in Math and Sciences from University of Indonesia in 1990, and she graduated with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado in 1993.While completing her graduate studies, she started working at the Greater Denver Chamber of Commerce as Assistant to the Chief Economic Officer. In 1994, she joined Freeport-McMoRan Inc. with their Management Training Program. The following year, she returned to Indonesia and later on became the Senior Manager of Government Relations for PT. Freeport Indonesia (PTFI). In 2003, she was promoted to Vice-President of Government Relations and became a member of the company’s Social and Local Development Task Force.
In late 2004, Sinta went to work for Standard Chartered Bank as Country Head & Vice President of Corporate Affairs Indonesia and also as Member of Country Management Committee (ManCom). Two years later, she returned to PT. Freeport Indonesia as Director-Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer until early 2012 then as Director-Executive Vice President and Chief Communication & Public Affairs Officer responsible for Corporate Communication, Government Relations and CSR until March 2013 when she decided to leave her Directorship with PTFI and continue as an Advisor for the company until now. Sinta is the founder of SSConsulting (www.ss-consulting.co), a consultancy in the area of HR Solution, Strategic Communication as well as Sustainability. From mid 2014 to 2015, she served as the Executive Director of Indonesia Services Dialogue, a tri-sectoral dialog forum and coalition promoting growth and greater efficiency in the Indonesian services sector with the support of The Employers’ Association of Indonesia (APINDO) and Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN). She also served as ISD Chairwoman from 2015 to August 2017.
Sinta is an active board member in community and professional organizations, some of which are The Employers’ Association of Indonesia (APINDO) as a Board Member and Head of America and Europe Division, Indonesian Mining Association (IMA), Chairperson in charge of the Board Yayasan Pembangunan Inovasi Daerah – Center for Local Governance Innovation (YIPD) which focuses on best practices in Governance & Public Administration, one of the founders of Indonesian Business Coalition on HIV-AIDS (IBCA) that promotes HIV-AIDS awareness and non-discriminatory policy in labor-intensive companies, and Math and Sciences Alumni Association of University of Indonesia (ILUNI FMIPA UI).
Prof. Drs. Yohanes Surya, M.Sc., Ph.D
Born in Jakarta, November 6, 1963, is an Indonesian physicist. He is also known as the supervisor of the Indonesian Physics Olympiad Team / TOFI. Currently, Yohanes Surya is active in various Mathematics and PhysicsGASING trainings (Easy, Exciting and Fun Math and Physics) 
After completed his study in SMA 12, he began to explore his physics major in Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Indonesia until 1986 and taught at SMAK I Penabur Jakarta until 1988. Furthermore, encouraged by his supervisors, he took his Master and Doctoral programs at the College of William and Mary, Virginia, United States of America. He finished his Master degree in 1990 and his Doctoral program in 1994 with cum laude predicate. After received his Ph.D., he was once a Consultant of Theoretical Physics at TJNAF/CEBAF (Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility) Virginia – United States (1994 ). Even though he already held a green card (stay and work permit in the United States), Yohanes Surya finally returned to Indonesia as he wished to make Indonesia renowned through the Physics Olympiad (his motto at that time was “Go Get Gold”) and to develop physics and science in Indonesia.
TOFI Pioneer (Indonesian Physics Olympiad Team)
Yohanes Surya’s involvement in the Physics Olympiad began when he was still a Physics Doctoral Candidate at the College of William and Mary. He was interested when he saw an announcement of an International Physics Olympiad (IPhO – 24th International Physics Olympiad) to be held at the William and Mary campus. Together with his fellow Agus Ananda, he asked the Universitas Indonesia for assistance in conducting a selection process for 5 Indonesian high school students. Furthermore, these 5 students were invited to be trained by him in the United States. Universitas Indonesia, through the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, finally selected 5 students, namely: Oki Gunawan (SMAN 78 Jakarta), Jemmy Widjaja and Yanto Suryono (SMAK 1 Jakarta), Nicodemus Barli (SMAN 5 Surabaya), and Endi Sukma Dewata (SMAN 2 Kediri). These 5 students became the forerunner to the founding of the Indonesian Physics Olympiad Team (TOFI). Finally, they managed to take part in IPhO and won a bronze medal for Indonesia on behalf of Oki Gunawan .
In late 1994, he decided to return to Indonesia to train and lead the Indonesian Physics Olympiad Team (TOFI). In addition, Yohanes Surya was also a lecturer and researcher at the UI post-graduate program in the field of nuclear physics (1995–1998). In 1995, the TOFI Foundation was finally officially established. This foundation is a forum that conducts training and searching for the nation’s talents to compete in IPhO. From 1993 to 2007 the students from his foundation succeeded in making the nation proud by winning 54 gold medals, 33 silver medals and 42 bronze medals in various International Science/Physics competitions.  In 2006 one of his students, Jonathan Pradana Mailoa  , won the title “The Absolute Winner” (World Champion) at the XXXVII International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in Singapore.
Since 2000, Yohanes Surya has conducted many trainings for physics and mathematics teachers in almost all major cities in Indonesia, in district/municipality capitals to villages throughout the archipelago, including Islamic boarding schools. To accommodate these trainings, Yohanes Surya founded the Surya Institute. In 2009 the Surya Institute collaborated with local governments, World Vision International, and the Indonesian Nobel Institute to prepare a number of students from several regions in Papua Province to take part in science or mathematics Olympiads at national and international levels. 
Yohanes Surya is a prolific writer in the field of Physics/Mathematics. He wrote 68 books for elementary and high school students. Apart from writing books, he also wrote hundreds of articles on Physics in both national and international scientific journals, KOMPAS, TEMPO, Media Indonesia  etc. He also introduced the term MESTAKUNG  and the three laws of Mestakung, as well as the inventor of GASING learning method (Easy, Exciting, Fun).
Besides a writer, Yohanes Surya is also active as speaker in various Physics teaching programs through CD ROMs for elementary, middle and high school. He also co-produces various educational TV programs including Adventure in the Fantasy World and Tralala-trilili in RCTI.
Yohanes Surya is a Professor of Physics at the Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga. He was Dean of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics at Pelita Harapan University, Head of Promotion and Cooperation of the Indonesian Physics Association (2001-2004), judge in various science/mathematical competitions (XL-com, L’oreal, UKI etc.), member of the Curator Board of the Science and Technology Museum Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, one of the founders of The Mochtar Riady Institute, member of the Board of Trustees of the Assalamiyah Islamic High School Banten. Additionally, Prof. Yohanes Surya has served as Rector of Multimedia Nusantara University (Kompas Gramedia Group) until the end of 2010, and is actively campaigning for the Love of Physics (Bali Love Physics, West Kalimantan Love Physics, etc.) throughout Indonesia.
Yohanes Surya has been involved in various International Organizations as a Board member of the International Physics Olympiad, Vice President of The First step to the Nobel Prize (1997– present), Initiator and President of the Asian Physics Olympiad (2000-present), Chairman of the first Asian Physics Olympiad, at Lippo Village, Karawaci, Tangerang (2000), Executive member of the World Physics Federation Competition, Chairman of The International Econophysics Conference in Bali 2002, Chairman of the World Congress Physics Federation 2002, Board of Experts at National Geographic Indonesia magazine and Chairman of Asian Science Camp 2008 in Denpasar, Bali.
During his career in the field of physics development, Yohanes Surya has received various awards/fellowships, including the CEBAF/SURA award AS ’92-93 (one of the best students in the field of nuclear physics in the Southeastern Region of America), the 2005 creativity award from the Foundation for the Development of Creativity, the medal of The Satya Wira Karya (2006) from the President of the Republic of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. On the same year, he was elected as Indonesia’s representative in the field of education to meet with the President of the United States, George W. Bush. In 2007, he wrote the book “Mestakung: Secrets of World Champion Success” which was awarded as the fastest Best Seller writer in Indonesia.
In addition, Yohanes Surya also initiated several international activities related to the development of science, mathematics and physics, including:
- 24 November – 5 December 2010: The Asian-Pacific Astronomy Olympiad / APAO, in Tolikara, Papua.
- 14-17 November 2011: First Asian Science and Mathematics Olympiad for Primary School (ASMOPS) Competition .
- 28 December 2011 – 3 January 2011: World Physics Olympiad/WoPhO, in Mataram, Lombok  .
- 2-7 September 2012 Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientists or APCYS 2012 in Palangkaraya .
- 15-22 April 2013 International Conference of Young Scientists or ICYS 2013 in Bali .
- 13-20 May 2013 Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientists or APCYS2013 in Palembang .
- 5 – 15 Mei 2013 Asian Physics Olympiad atau APhO ke-14 di Bogor, Jawa b
Surya Research Education Center (2013-2016)
In 2010, Prof. Yohanes Surya initiated the construction of the Surya Research Education Center building, a research center for research and education, especially in the fields of Mathematics and Physic. This building is located in the Summarecon Serpong area, Tangerang and was inaugurated on March 29, 2011. This building will be used for training of the science or math Olympiads participants, teacher training and training for Papuan children. 
Besides active as author of physics books, Prof. Yohanes Surya along with his team, Ellen Conny and Sylvia Lim also published the science fiction novel Adventures of TOFI, entitled “The Hunt of Sirius Star”. The novel narrates the story of a character named Tofi, it took three years to complete the book and most of the figures’ names are taken from scientific terms suitable with the natures and characters of the figures.
Surya University, Scientia Garden, Summarecon Serpong (2014-2016)
In 2013, Yohanes Surya founded a research-based University, Surya University located in Summarecon Serpong, Tangerang. This new university holds 3 Faculties with 10 Departments and started its course on September 2013. On March 9, 2013, Surya University held a Grand Launching at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Jakarta. On that occasion, Surya University was first introduced as a research-based University to the public by Prof. Yohanes Surya, Ph.D.   . In 2014, Yohanes Surya founded the Genius School, a school for children with above average intelligence.
Through the Surya Institute, he develops an easy, exciting and fun method of learning mathematics, called GASING. This method is created for the children to be easier in doing and loving Math. Some of the activities for Math GASING are:
- October 1, 2012, Surya Institute in collaboration with the Regency/City Government of Ambon, held an event “AMBON MATHEMATICS INTELLIGENT” . Around 39,000 students from 206 public and private elementary schools in Ambon City gathered at the Mandala Youth Stadium, Karang Panjang to learn mathematics using the GASING method. This event also broke the Indonesian World Record Museum (MURI) for the largest number of participants in learning GASING Mathematics .
- May 23, 2015, Surya Institute in collaboration with GSC Super Tuition Class and Kompas Gramedia held a Guinness World Record for the Smart Mathematics Family Movement at the Palembang Sports and Convention Center, Palembang City. On that occasion, Prof. Yohanes Surya, Ph.D. taught mathematics with the GASING Method for 2 hours in front of 2905 participants, attended by high school students, teachers in the Palembang area and its surroundings and local officials  .
Expert Staff of the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs
Yohanes Surya is trusted by the Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan as one of the expert staffs since 2016.
- SUPERSEMAR Fellowship 1982 / 1983
- Summer School Fellowship HUGS at CEBAF, USA in 1989, 1990, 1991
- Summer School Fellowship Dronten, Netherlands 1992
- Summer School Fellowship at TRIUMF Canada 1993
- CEBAF/SURA award United States 1992 – 1993 (one of the best students in nuclear physics at the south east area of the USA)
- Zable Fellowship United States 1993 – 1994
- Creativity Development Foundation, 2005 Creativity Award for Creative Works in Education, 1 May 2005
- Satyalancana Wira Karya for succeeding in building the Indonesian Physics Olympiad Team and obtaining 4 gold medals, 1 silver medal and the Absolute Winner award at the 37th International Physics Olympiad in Singapore and 1 award for The First Step to Nobel Prize, July 2006
- State Minister for Youth and Sports of the Republic of Indonesia, for his participation and contribution to the advancement in the National Youth and Sports Sector, April 18, 2007
- Metro TV Awards
- Merdeka Daily Award
- Radio Elshinta Award
- Award as Best writer (fastest book writer) from Mizan Publisher (Mestakung Book) 2007
- Reformer and Tempo Magazine’s Choice of Today’s Hero Award 2008
- TRAX FM Radio “Youth Icon” Award 2009
- Koran Jakarta Award in Science, Technology and Education 2009
- Award “The Leader of Change 2009” from the Republika Daily
- Awards Around Indonesia Social Transformer 2011
- Award for Academic Education Figure Category BNSP Competency 2012
As the CEO of Shell Indonesia and Country Chairman of Shell Companies in Indonesia since 2007, Darwin is often named as the first Indonesian to hold the highest position in a company that is part of Royal Dutch Shell plc – based in the Netherlands-UK and ranked as the world’s largest company according to Fortune Global500. During Darwin’s leadership, Shell Companies in Indonesia has rapidly grown from its former business scope primarily as a lubricants marketer to an integrated energy company with significant upstream and downstream sectors. Currently, apart from being the market leader and largest investor among IOCs (International Oil Companies) in the downstream oil and gas sector (lubricants, retail/gas stations, fuel industry, etc.), Shell has returned as one of the main players in the upstream sector (Masela PSC, Pulau Moa PSC).
Shell was Darwin’s second oil and gas company, after early in his professional career he worked as a geophysicist at BP (British Petroleum) for more than 9 years – including 3-year placements at BP Houston (America), London (UK) and Aberdeen (Scotland). Darwin’s operational experience is not only in multinational, but also national companies. Despite the comforts of being in a multinational company, Darwin was motivated to learn new skills and contribute to Indonesia’s economic development by working for 4 years in a national conglomerate with the position as Director at Dharmala Group and Bakrie & Brothers.
When the Ministry of SOEs was first established, Darwin was one of the several private professionals who joined as senior Government Officials. Darwin worked as a Director (6/1998 – 12/1999) with a portfolio of SOEs in the telecommunications, energy and transportation sectors, and also played a significant role in developing a blueprint for the overall reform of SOEs to become world-class competitive companies. For this reason, Darwin’s work experience is often described as complete – in Multinational, National conglomerate and Government Institution.
Prior to serving at Shell, Darwin was the CEO of strategic management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton Indonesia (later changed to Booz&Co and now known as Strategy&) – a company based in the United States for more than 7 years. As a consultant and learner-practitioner of strategy and transforming leadership, Darwin advises on the strategic issues and assists the CEOs or corporate leaders and Government Officials to develop and implement the strategies and organizational transformation programs to build world-class competitiveness.
Darwin completed his Bachelor of Physics from the Universitas Indonesia in 1985, an MBA with awards in 1993 at the University of Houston (Texas), MMR (Master of Management Research) at the University of Western Australia (Perth) in 2007 and AMP (Advanced Management Program) at Harvard Business. School (Boston, United States) in 2003.
Born in Hinalang village, Balige sub-district, North Sumatra, May 2, 1962. Darwin grew up and completed his primary and secondary education in Siborong borong (North Sumatra) before moving to Jakarta at the age of 15. Darwin is married to Martha Tobing and has two children, Nathania and Daniel.
Haryo Sumowidagdo Ph.D
Born in Bali, October 25, 1976 is an Indonesian scientist working at CERN (Conseil Européene pour la Recherche Nucléaire) or the European Organization for Nuclear Research. A complex of the world’s largest particle acceleration laboratory located in the border of France and Switzerland, west of Geneva where thousands of scientists, especially of the particle physics community perform the joint experiments.
Haryo Sumowidagdo obtained his Ph.D. from Florida State University after received his Bachelor and Master degrees from Universitas Indonesia. After completing his studies, Haryo found a job as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Riverside (UCR). The particle physics research group at UCR is involved in an experiment called CMS at CERN, and he will be stationed at CERN. In 2009, Haryo moved from Fermilab in Chicago to CERN in Geneva.
Activities at CERN
At CERN, Haryo Sumowidagdo serves as a technician, supervisor, and physicist. As technician, he arranges the guidance and control programs for his experimental apparatus. Apparatus for particle physics experiment is not available in stores. As a supervisor, he guides and assists the doctoral students when they have questions. His interactions with students are two-way relation, since sometimes he also asks them questions. As a physicist, Haryo analyzes data to measure the physical quantities or search for new discoveries in the field of physics. Then, of course, writes scientific articles and publishes them in scientific journals.
Currently, Haryo is indirectly involved in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) project. He becomes a member of the Compact Muon Solenois (CMS), a particle physics experiment located at the LHC. LHC itself is part of CERN. The LHC is an accelerator / particle accelerator. An accelerator is a machine that can accelerate things. Like the gas pedal in a car that can increase the speed of the car from rest to high speed. Zarah (adapted from Arabic) is something very small, invisible, but is the raw material that makes up all the things we see around us. Inside the LHC, the particles are accelerated almost to the speed of light. These high-speed particles then collide with each other. In the collision, other particles can be created which are then seen by the experimental tools of particle physics. The LHC is an underground tunnel that forms a circular path with a diameter of eight km. Soekarno-Hatta Airport can be placed inside the LHC circle. The location of the LHC is near the city of Geneva in Switzerland. Part of the LHC circle is on the territory of France, part of it is on the territory of Switzerland.
Working at CERN, one must complete undergraduate education. Then, continues with the postgraduate education and joins a university/research group that has research activities at CERN. Many universities/research institutes (PT/LP) from 66 countries conducting research at CERN. Scientists at CERN come from 66 countries having participating institutions in the research at CERN. Then, there are personnel aside these 66 countries who work for one of the PT/LPs in these 66 countries (such as Haryo from Indonesia who doesn’t have a PT/LP to perform research at CERN, but works for UCR performing research at CERN) . There are currently citizens from 97 countries residing at CERN. CERN alone employs around 2,500 personnel, and there are around 10,000 visitors each year as visiting researchers. CERN is one of the largest international organizations in Geneva.
Drs. Karliansyah, M.Si
Since he was a student, MR Karliansyah has loved the environment. In 1989, he joined the Center for Human Resources and Environment Research, Universitas Indonesia. Karliansyah started his career as a Civil Servant Candidate (CPNS) when the Environmental Impact Management Agency (Bapedal) was formed based on a Presidential Decree. In 1992, he was appointed a civil servant at the Directorate of Environmental Impact Analysis (Amdal). Karliansyah was also trained to be involved in evaluating large-scale Amdal such as the 1 million ha land in Central Kalimantan and PT Freeport Indonesia. In 2000-2001, he was trusted as the director of EIA for Bapedal. A year later, he was appointed Head of the Center for Amdal Development and Application. In 2003-2005, he moved to the Ministry of Environment (KLH) as Assistant Deputy for Environmental Policy Coordination Affairs. After KLH merged with the Ministry of Forestry in 2015, Karliansyah was appointed Director General of Pollution Control and Environmental Damage at the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) until now.
Dr. Rasio Ridho Sani, M.Comm, MPM
The Directorate General of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement is officiated by the Director General (Dirjen), Dr. Drs. Rasio Ridho Sani, M.Com., MPM.
Currently, the only ministry that has a Directorate General of Law Enforcement is the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, under the name of the Directorate General of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement named as DITJEN PHLHK but also known as DITJEN GAKUM.
The Directorate General of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement is in charge of formulating and implementing policies in the field of reducing disturbances, threats and violations to the environmental and forestry laws. (Article 1108 Ministerial Regulation LHK No. P. 18/MENLHK-II/2015 TTG Organization and Work Procedures of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry).
Tri Djoko Santoso
Tri Djoko Santoso, CFP® is a familiar figure in the IT and finance world. He started his career at IBM Indonesia with the final position of SME Marketing Development Manager. He became Vice President at PT Bank Bali and later President Director of PT Bali Life, Vice President Director of PT Prudential Bancbali Life Assurance (1995-2000) and Vice President Director of PT Panin Life, Tbk. (2000-2010), and President Director of PT Alto Network (2011-2017). Tri Djoko established the Indonesian Financial Planning Standards Board (FPSB) Professional Certification Institute (LSP) in 2006. This institution has an exclusive financial planner certification license for the Indonesian Region from FPSB Global, based in Denver, United States. Tri Djoko holds a bachelor degree from the Department of Mathematics, UI in 1983, and a master degree in finance from the Faculty of Economics, Krida Wacana Christian University in 2016 as well as Graduate Diploma in life insurance and Graduate Diploma in financial planning from the leading finance school in Singapore, The Singapore College of Insurance in 2004-2005. Tri Djoko holds 4 global certificates in finance, namely CFP® from FPSB Indonesia, ChFC® and CLU® from The American College USA and AEPP® from SWWEPP United Kingdom and EPPL Asia.
Prof. Drs. Jatna Supriatna, Ph.D
Born in Bali, 7 September 1951 is an Indonesian zoologist and conservation biologist. He is also a researcher, and lecturer at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Indonesia. Currently, serving as Chair of the Climate Change Research Center at the University of Indonesia, Jatna Supriatna is also a member of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences.
Education and activities
Jatna Supriatna completed his Baccalaureate degree (1976) and Bachelor degree (1978) at the Faculty of Biology, National University in Jakarta. After graduating, he worked at the National Institute of Biology, LIPI as a researcher, specializing in herpetology.
Starting in 1981, Jatna Supriatna teaches at the Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Indonesia. Then in 1984, he continued his studies at the University of New Mexico, United States. He received a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in 1986 and a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in 1991 in the field of Biological Anthropology. During his studies in America, his interest grew in the field of primatology.
Apart from researching and teaching, since 1994 Jatna has also been active in developing conservation programs in Indonesia with the Conservation International, an international non-governmental organization in the field of conservation. Simultaneously, he further developed his interest in the biodiversity of the Wallacea region, particularly in Sulawesi and the surrounding islands, and the evolutionary processes that accompany them.
- “Golden Ark Award” from Kingdom of the Netherlands for his services in the field of nature conservation
- “Habibie Award” for the field of science
- “Ahmad Bakrie Award” for the field of science
The Taxon named after him:
- Draco supriatnai McGuire, Brown, Mumpuni, Riyanto, & Andayani, 2007 
- Cyrtodactylus jatnai Amarasinghe, Riyanto, Mumpuni & Grismer, 2020 
The taxon named by him:
- Gekko Iskandari Brown, Supriatna & Ota, 2000 
- Tarsier tumpara Shekelle, Groves, Merker, & Supriatna, 2008 
- Rabdion grovesi Amarasinghe, Vogel, McGuire, Sidik, Supriatna, & Ineich, 2015 
Some of books he wrote are:
- Jatna Supriatna. (1981). Indonesian Venomous Snake. Jakarta: Bhratara Karya Aksara. ix + 75 pp.
- Jatna Supriatna, & Edy Hendras Wahyono. (2000). Indonesian primate field guide. Jakarta: Indonesia Torch Foundation. 332 pp.
- Mochamad Indrawan, Richard B. Primack, Jatna Supriatna. (2007). Conservation Biology. Revised edition. Jakarta: Indonesia Torch Foundation. xvii + 626 pp.
- Jatna Supriatna. (2008). Preserving Indonesian Nature. Jakarta: Indonesia Torch Foundation. 482 pp.
- Sharon Gursky-Doyen, & Jatna Supriatna (Eds). (2010). Indonesian Primates. New York: Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-1560-3
- Jatna Supriatna. (2014). Nature Tours in National Parks. Jakarta: Indonesia Torch Foundation. 500 pp.
- Jatna Supriatna, & Rizki Ramadhan. (2016). Indonesian Primate Tourism. Jakarta: Indonesia Torch Foundation. xvi + 316 pp.
- ^ McGuire, J.A.; RM Brown, Mumpuni, Riyanto, & N. Andayani. (2007). “The flying lizards of the Draco lineatus group (Squamata: Iguania: Agamidae): A taxonomic revision with descriptions of two new species”. Herpetological Monographs 21 (1): 180-213. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1655/07-012.1
- ^ Amarasinghe, AAT, A. Riyanto, Mumpuni & LL Grismer. (2020). “A new bent-toed gecko species of the genus Cyrtodactylus Gray, 1827 (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from the West Bali National Park, Bali, Indonesia”. Taprobanica , 09 (01): 59-70. (ResearchGate page)
- ^ Brown, RM, J. Supriatna & H. Ota. (2000). “Discovery of a new species of Luperosaurus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Sulawesi, with a phylogenetic analysis of the genus, and comments on the status of Luperosaurus serraticaudus”. Copeia 2000 (1): 191-209. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1643/0045-8511(2000)2000 [0191:DOANSO]2.0.CO;2
- ^ Shekelle, M., Groves , S. Merker, & J. Supriatna. (2008). “Tarsier tumpara: A new tarsier species from Siau Island, North Sulawesi“. Primate Conservation, 23 :55–64. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1896/052.023.0106
- ^ Amarasinghe, AAT; G. Vogel, JA McGuire, I. Sidik, J. Supriatna, & I. Ineich. (2015). “Description of a second species of the genus Rabdion Duméril, Bibron & Duméril, 1854 (Colubridae: Calamariinae) from Sulawesi, Indonesia”. Herpetologica 71 (3):234-239, [Sep 2015]. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1655/HERPETOLOGICA-D-14-00058