|Full name & title||Prof. Dr. Budi Mulyanti, M.Si.|
|Date of Birth||January 09, 1963|
|Years with Firm/Entity||26 years|
|Membership of Professional Societies||1. IEEE (Institute of Electrical, and Electronics Engineers), from 2013- now.
2. The Asian Academic Society for Vocational Education and Training (AASVET), from 2019-now.
3. Physics Society of Indonesia, from 2005- now.
4. Asosiasi Dosen dan Guru Vokasional Indonesia (ADGVI).
5. Asosiasi Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan Indonesia (APTEKINDO).
|Detailed Tasks Assigned||She has become a lecturer in Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI) since February 1st, 1994. She has been teaching several subjects, namely: Research Methodology, Electronics Material, Electromagnetics Field, Physics, Fundamental Mathematics, Transmission Lines. In 2018, she was appointed to be Professor in Electronics Material Physics.|
|Key Qualifications||She has presented many papers in international conference as well as national conference. She has had an experience in conducting collaboration research with Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) since 2014. She had been appointed for establishing MoU between UPI and UKM at January 23, 2017 in Bandung dan Bangi (Malaysia). She had been also a person in charge for conducting MoA between UPI and Institute of Microengineering and Microelectronics (IMEN-UKM) at November 22, 2018 in Bandung dan Bangi (Malaysia).
She was attending training of national reviewer of research funded directorate of higher education held in Bandung, in 2018. And in 2019 she was attending training of national peer reviewer of lecturers’ academic promotion.
|1. Doctorate (S3), Physics, Institute of Technology Bandung, Bandung – Indonesia (2006).
2. Master’s degree (S2), Physics, Institute of Technology Bandung, Bandung – Indonesia (1997).
3. Bachelor’s degree (S1), Physics, Institute of Technology Bandung, Bandung – Indonesia (1987).
|1. 2020 – present – Secretary of Senate University for Research and Community Services, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
2. 2019 – present – National Peer Reviewer for lecturers’ academic promotion.
3. 2015 – 2019 – Head of Department of Electrical Engineering Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
4. 2009 – 2010 – Head of TVET Center, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
5. 1994 – present – Lecturer.
|Selected publications||1. 2020 – Distance Learning in Vocational High Schools during the COVID-19 Pandemic in West Java Province, Indonesia (Budi Mulyanti, Roer Eka Pawinanto and Wawan Purnama). Indonesian Journal of Science & Technology 5 (2) 271-282.
2. 2020 – Bimetallic Ag/Au thin films in Kretschmann-based surface plasmon resonance sensor for glucose detection (Budi Mulyanti, C Wulandari, N. R. Mohamad, E. Rifaldi, L. Hasanah, P. S. Menon). Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, Rapid Communications, 14 (11-12), pp 487-493.
3. 2020 – Design and fabrication of fiber optic chemical sensors (FOCS) system for salinity detection of NaCl solutions (Budi Mulyanti, Rifaldi, E., Sugandi, G., … Dani Nandiyanto, A.B., Yunas, J.). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 2020, 15(4), pp. 2178-2189.
4. 2020 – TVET learning innovation on automotive virtual laboratory based on cloud openstack (Dede., Abdullah, A.G., Budi Mulyanti, Rohendi, D., Sulaeman). Journal of Technical Education and Training, 2020, 12(3 Special Issue), pp. 51-60.
5. 2020 – Reconstruction of vocational high school physics instructional materials (Khoeriah, I. H., Abdullah, A. G., & Mulyanti, B.). Momentum: Physics Education Journal 4 (2), 2020, 85-93.
6. 2020 – Water quality monitoring in Citarum River (Indonesia) Using IoT (Internet of Thing) (A.B. Pantjawati, R.D. Purnomo, Budi Mulyanti, L. Fenjano, R.E. Pawinanto, A.B.D. Nandiyanto). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 15(6), pp. 3661-3672.
7. 2020 – Effect of pH condition on the production of well-dispersed carbon nanoparticles from rice husks (Sukmafitri, A., Ragadhita, R., Nandiyanto, A.B.D., Nugraha, W.C., Mulyanti, B.). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 2020, 15(2), pp. 991-1000.
8. 2020 – A design and performance analysis of a telemetry system for remote monitoring of turbidity of water during the covid-19 pandemic (Hasanah, L., Hakim, W.L., Aminudin, A., Sahari, S.K., Mulyanti, B.). Indonesian Journal of Science and Technology, 2020, 5(2), pp. 299-307.
9. 2020 – Simulation of micro-ring resonator using finite-difference time-domain technique for sensors (Hasanah, L., Mulyanti, B., Pawinanto, R.E., … Zain, A.R.M.D., Purba, J.P.). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 2020, 15(2), pp. 1267-1276.
10. 2020 – Polymer-Based MEMS electromagnetic actuator for biomedical application: A review (Yunas, J., Mulyanti, B., Hamidah, I., …Latif, R., Majlis, B.Y.). Polymers (Switzerland), 2020, 12(5), 1184.
11. 2020 – Enhanced sensitivity of microring resonator-based sensors using the finite difference time domain method to detect glucose levels for diabetes monitoring (Lilik Hasanah, Harbi Setyo Nugroho, Chandra Wulandari, Budi Mulyanti, Dilla Duryha Berhanuddin, Mohamad Hazwan Haron, P. Susthitha Menon, Ahmad Rifqi Md Zain, Ida Hamidah, Khairurrijal Khairurrijal and Rizalman Mamat). Applied Sciences (Switzerland), 2020, 10(12), pp. 1-12, 4191.
12. 2020 – The effect of glucose concentration sample 0-1.50% on the quality factor of microring resonator (Julian, C., Hasanah, L., Aransa, A., … Pawinanto, R.E., Mulyanti, B.). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 2020, 15(3), pp. 1639-1651.
13. 2020 – Simulation of hemoglobin detection using surface plasmon resonance based on kretschmann configuration (Sumantri, R., Hasanah, L., Arifin, M., … Sahari, S.K., Mulyanti, B.). Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 2020, 15(4), pp. 2239-2247.