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UGM Journals Attain New Accreditations for Population and Lexicon

The number of nationally accredited journals at UGM has increased. According to the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education, Research, and Technology of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology Number 152/E/KPT/2023 on the Accreditation Ranking of Scientific Journals for the Second Period of 2023, two UGM journals have recently obtained new accreditations.

The Population Journal, published by the Center for Population and Policy Studies at UGM, has secured a new Sinta 3 accreditation from Volume 29, Issue 2 in 2021 to Volume 34, Issue 1 in 2026. Additionally, the Lexicon Journal, published by the Faculty of Cultural Sciences, has obtained a new Sinta 3 accreditation from Volume 8, Issue 2 in 2021 to Volume 13, Issue 1 in 2026.

As of January 2024, the total number of nationally accredited journals published by UGM stands at 87. This accreditation milestone is anticipated to continually drive the enhancement of the quality of scholarly publications within the UGM community, underscoring UGM's commitment to actively contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge.

Directorate of Research UGM Held Outdoor Training of 2023 in GOR Pancasila

Engaging in outdoor activities is recognized as an effective means of fostering and enhancing self-confidence among participants. Moreover, such activities are acknowledged as therapeutic interventions conducted in the natural wilderness, involving the participation in challenging games that demand a resilient spirit and heightened self-assurance.

On Friday, December 1, 2023, the Directorate of Research UGM organized an outdoor training event at GOR Pancasila UGM. The outdoor training event, led by experienced human resource development practitioner Dr. Sumaryono, M.Si., and his team from the Faculty of Psychology UGM, took place amid a light drizzle. The opening remarks were delivered by the Director of Research at UGM, who expressed, "This activity is part of the routine human resource development initiatives conducted by the Directorate of Research at UGM. This particular event marks the first of its kind held within the UGM campus." Furthermore, Prof. Mirwan provided closing remarks, stating, "Building a cohesive team within an organization is no easy feat as each individual in the group brings unique perspectives and backgrounds. However, a solid team is essential to achieving common goals."

The outdoor training session commenced with a collective prayer and was followed by a penguin exercise routine. The penguin exercise was chosen for its unique movements, characterized by the distinctive posture of penguins, encompassing hand positions, footwork, and a combination of slow to fast-paced rotational movements. After completing the warm-up exercises, participants were divided into four groups and instructed to engage in various team-building activities. One particularly captivating activity involved creating the longest line, where each group was challenged to utilize various props to form an extended formation. The objective of this game was to cultivate and enhance a sense of loyalty within the groups or institution. Amidst the outdoor training activities, staff members from the Directorate of Research provided perspectives and expressed their views, viewing the games as sources of entertainment, enjoyment, and spontaneous humor. The incorporation of humor is recognized as essential for relieving psychological or physical burdens after a full day of work or study.

As a conclusion to this event, the organizing committee distributed door prizes to all participants. Following the outdoor training session, it is anticipated that all staff members at the Directorate of Research UGM will possess heightened resilience, enabling them to rise and endure challenging circumstances. Additionally, they are expected to demonstrate the capability for acceleration in achieving set objectives.

Majalah Obat Tradisional (Trad. Med. J) Indexed in Scopus

On 14 November 2023, the data of articles published by Majalah Obat Tradisional (Trad. Med. J) has been included into Scopus database for publication released in 2019. This signifies that Majalah Obat Traditional has successfully met the criteria for inclusion in the Scopus index. Undoubtedly, this achievement stands as noteworthy news for Universitas Gadjah Mada. Majalah Obat Tradisional was submitted in Scopus on 28 December 2022, and received acceptance on 21 January 2023. In additional, the articles data officially included into Scopus database on 14 November 2023. This indexed Scopus UGM Journal has published many findings, research, and advancement in herbal and traditional medicine. This milestone is inseparable from the diligent efforts of the journal management, the invaluable assistance extended, and the steadfast support received from UGM leadership. Furthermore, the assistance for journals in UGM that are potential to be indexed in Scopus has been conducted by journal reputation improvement team since 2018. With the inclusion of Traditional Medicine Journal in the Scopus database, as of November 14, 2023, the total number of UGM journals indexed in Scopus has reached 10. These journals are Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business (GamaIJB), Indonesian Journal of Chemistry (IJC), Indonesian Journal of Geography (IJG), Indonesian Journal of Pharmacy (IJP), Indonesian Journal of Biotechnology (IJBiotech), Journal of Social and Political Sciences (JSP), Journal of Tropical Biodiversity and Biotechnology (JTBB), ASEAN Journal of Chemical Engineering (ASEAN J. Chem. Eng), Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (JIEB), and the latest addition, Traditional Medicine Journal (Trad. Med. J), managed by the Faculty of Pharmacy at UGM.

LPPM Universitas Andalas (UNAND) Visit to Directorate of Research UGM

Monday, 27 November 2023, Directorate of Research Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) welcome a visit from LPPM (Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat) of Universitas Andalas (UNAND) led by Dr. -Ing. Ir. Uyung Gatot S. Dinata, M.T. as the Head of LPPM UNAND. During the visit and meeting held in Multimedia II Room, UGM Central Building, Dr. -Ing. Ir. Uyung Gatot S. Dinata, M.T., assisted by the Office Head, Head of Partnership Division, and Head of General Affair Division of LPPM UNAND. The purpose of the visit was to observe the administrative management associated with research activities and the strategies employed by the Directorate of Research in overseeing SINTA. Additionally, the visit aimed to explore potential partnership opportunities. The director of research UGM, Prof. Dr. Mirwan Ushada, STP. M.App.Life.Sc. warmly welcomed the visit, accompanied by the secretary of the directorate of research, Prof. drg. Diatri Nari Ratih, M.Kes., Ph.D., Sp.KG(K)., the head of research program division, Dr. Ririn Tri Nurhayati, S.IP., M.Si., M.A., the head of publication and intellectual property division, Ratih Fitria Putri, S.Si., M.Sc., PhD., and coordinators.

On her presentation, Prof. drg. Diatri Nari Ratih, M.Kes., Ph.D., Sp.KG(K) urged that UGM has composed five research flagship programs that are prospective for collaboration with other academic institutions, including UNAND. Five flagship programs mentioned are: 1) Food Sovereignty, 2) Medicine Raw Materials and Medical Device Independence, 3) Energy Transition, 4) Climate Change and Environment Adaptation, and 5) the Reliability of Socio-cultural of the Society. Arief Sudarsono, S.T., M.Eng., as the Head of Science Park and Technology Division of Directorate of Business Development also delivered his presentation on several programs related to UGM Science Techno Park, including facilities provided at UGM Science Techno Park. The visit was ended by the explanation on incentives and awards in the Directorate of Research UGM.

The Mechanization of Fabric and Thread Coloring Technology with Natural Dyes as a Means of Accelerating Natural Dyeing Applications

To date, Indonesia still utilizes and imports synthetic dyes for textiles in large capacity. On the other hand, Indonesia boasts a cultural tradition of employing natural dyes, known for their significant benefits to bodily well-being. In addition, Indonesia also has abundant natural resources and biodiversity—the source of raw material for natural dyes, although unfortunately so far it has not been well-exploited. On the other hand, the era of globalization is marked by the existence of free markets in the world, the place where all products are superior, competitive, and use environmentally friendly technology. Products with natural dyes can meet such specifications, thus having a promising opportunity to compete in the world market. Therefore, efforts to produce and recycle natural dyes are imperative to minimize the usage of hazardous synthetic dyes and reduce the importation of synthetic colorants.

There are four key factors for sustainable economic development, namely: 1) investment or capital; 2) human resources; 3) natural resources; and 4) technology. When compared to such factors, it can be said that the natural dye industry in Indonesia is very strong in factors 1 to 3. Nevertheless, there remains one factor that needs to be enhanced in the context of the production of natural dyes, which is the pillar of technology.

The multidisciplinary researchers of natural dye UGM united at the Indonesia Natural Dye Institute (INDI UGM). The existence of this institution is intended to contribute to the improvement of the pillar of technology for the production of natural dyes. INDI UGM has a vision of becoming a means and reference for education, research, development, and the procurement of natural dyes for healthy (human-environment) and prosperous (economically independent) Indonesia. INDI UGM has received appreciation from many parties, among them is consolidation as the Center of Excellence of IPTEKS Colleges (PUI-PT) in the field of natural coloring by DIKTI (2021-2023), as well as consolidation as UNESCO Chair on Research and Education of Local Natural Dyes (April 2023).

The INDI UGM institute is currently engaged in research and development endeavours pertaining to a machine known as GamaWarni, designed for the utilization of natural dyes. The research has two long-term objectives, namely: 1) can be produced with a standard natural dyeing on a commercial scale that is competitive with synthetic dyes; and 2) can apply natural dyeing on the scale of the craftsman (manual) and industrial (mechanical). The specific objectives of this research are to produce natural dyes suitable for dyeing fabrics and threads with machines, compile the specifications of the natural dyes, make a machine for dyeing fabric and thread with natural dyes, apply the natural dyes to manual dyeing in textiles and thread, and obtain HKI on these research results.

The research is scheduled to span a duration of three years, guided by the background, objectives, and directives outlined by Rispro Commercial. The stages of activity in the three years are as follows: 1) making a fabric dyeing machine with natural dye with reference to the manual-dyeing technique and mechanization studies carried out in the partner industry; 2) measuring and testing the quality and speed of production with testing criteria based on the quality of the coloring product, the speed of the production, and the ease of workers in the operation of the machine; 3) perfectioning the machine that has been produced and tested to meet the quality parameters of the product; 4) testing the machine and natural dyes produced by one of the industries owned by H&M’s partner; 5) making manuals and complete specifications for the machine and natural dyes; 6) compiling certification documents for natural dyeing and the machine; 7) obtaining patents and scientific publications; 8) compiling marketing cooperation documents; 9) compiling production and marketing documentation of natural dyeing and the machine; and 10) products and natural dyeing machine launching.

To achieve such purposes, a multidisciplinary research team is formed, which consists of: 1) the Chemical Engineering Study Program of UGM with specialization in the production of natural dyes and dyeing technologies; 2) the Mechanical Design and Machinery Study Program of ATMI Solo Polytechnic with specialization in mechanical engineering and workshop management; as well as 3) the Engineering and Industry Engineering Study Program of UGM with industrial-ergonomic and productivity engineering specialization. On the other hand, the selected industry partners are: 1) PT ATMI Solo which is engaged in precision parts, machinery, sheet metal fabrication, and special purpose machine and will produce machines; 2) H&M Puls Trading Far East Ltd as one of the largest fashion companies in the world; and 3) Wanabakti Nusantara Housing Cooperative (KPWN).

The funding source of this research is the Educational Fund Management Institution (Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan; LPDP) in the scheme of Innovative-Productive Research (Riset Inovatif-Produktif; Rispro) Commercial, the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia.

If the assessment of this research is predicated upon its outputs, it can be asserted that the objectives set for the first, second, and third years have been achieved. Nevertheless, when gauged in terms of broader-scale impacts or outcomes, one might discern that this endeavor remains incomplete and requires further assiduous efforts. It is undeniable that the fashion industry, significantly affected during the pandemic, continues to grapple with challenges. Despite the pandemic transitioning into an endemic phase, the global crisis stemming from the Russia-Ukraine war has ushered in a deceleration in the pace of the fashion industry. Consequently, it is anticipated that this current condition will soon abate, facilitating the recovery of the fashion industry both in Indonesia and worldwide.

GamaWarni has been launched, downstream, and used with hopes of accelerating the revival of natural dyes in Indonesia for the actualization of a generation that is healthy and independent of dyes. Establishing a collaborative and mutually beneficial partnership encompassing various stakeholders within ABCGM (Academician, Business, Community, Government, and Media) requires dedicated effort and steadfast commitment, as this undertaking is inherently challenging.

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Research Identity

Research Title:
The Mechanization of Fabric and Thread Coloring Technology with Natural Dyes as a Means of Accelerating Natural Dyeing Applications

Research Group :
Prof. Dr. Ir. Edia Rahayuningsih, MS., IPU
Bayu Prabandono, S.T., M.T. 
Ir. Rini Dharmastiti. M.Sc. PhD 

Initiator:
Universitas Gadjah Mada

Partner:
PT ATMI Solo, H&M Group, dan KPWN

Funding Source:
Riset Inovatif-Produktif (Rispro) Komersial Lembaga Pengelola Dana Pendidikan (LPDP), Kementerian Keuangan Republik Indonesia

 

Illuminating UGM Researchers Soar to Top 2% Global Scientist Ranking by Stanford University 2023

Stanford University has released a list of the most influential researchers in 2023. Within this list, five researchers from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) have secured a position in the Top 2% World Ranking Scientists. Published in October 2023 by Prof. John Ioannidis of Stanford University, along with Jeroen Baas and Kevin Boyack, this compilation comprises over 100,000 scientists whose works are frequently cited by their peers, establishing them as highly influential figures in the global research community.

The number of UGM researchers and faculty members included in the Top 2% World Ranking Scientists list has seen an increase of two individuals compared to the previous year’s count of three in 2021. This increase stands as evidence that the quality of UGM researchers is capable of competing globally.

UGM researchers who have previously been included in the Top 2% World Ranking Scientists list by Stanford University are: 1) Prof. Dr. Abdul Rohman, S.F., M.Si., Apt. from the Faculty of Pharmacy, with an h-index of 34 and 357 published works; 2) Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Muh Aris Marfai, S.Si., M.Sc. from the Faculty of Geography, with an h-index of 18 and 107 published works; and 3) Prof. Dr. Ahmad Maryudi, S.Hut., M.For. from the Faculty of Forestry, with an h-index of 25 and 76 published works.

In the latest prestigious list released by Stanford University, two new names from UGM have successfully entered the Top 2% World Ranking Scientist for the year 2023. These individuals are: 1) Prof. Drs. Sri Juari Santosa, M.Eng., Ph.D. from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, boasting an h-index of 18 and 133 published works; and 2) Prof. Dra. Wega Trisunaryanti, M.S., Ph.D., Eng. from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, with an h-index of 16 and 127 published works. The Directorate of Research at UGM extends heartfelt congratulations to these five researchers for their remarkable achievements, further solidifying UGM’s position as a world-class research university. Here are brief profiles of the five researchers.

  1. Dr. Abdul Rohman, S.F., M.Si., Apt.

Prof. Dr. Abdul Rohman, S.F., M.Si., Apt., is a Professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy, UGM. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Faculty of Pharmacy, UGM, between 2002 and 2006. His doctoral degree was conferred by the Halal Products Research Institute at Universiti Putra Malaysia in the field of Halal Food Analysis in 2011. His research focus lies in the analysis of the halal status of products and the authentication of food and pharmaceutical products. His expertise has earned him accolades, including the Young Scientist Scopus Award in 2014, the Extraordinary Intellectual Property (IP) Award in the Field of International Publications from the Ministry of Research and Technology in 2014, and the responsibility of leading the Center of Excellence for Science and Technology (PUI-PT IHIS UGM).

 

  1. Dr.rer.nat. Muh Aris Marfai, S.Si., M.Sc.

Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Muh Aris Marfai, S.Si., M.Sc., is a Professor specializing in Disaster Geomorphology at the Faculty of Geography, UGM. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Geography, UGM, in 1998, and his master’s degree after completing studies at the International Institute for Geo Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) in the Netherlands in 2003. Furthermore, he obtained his doctoral degree from Justus-Liebig-Universitaet, Giessen, Germany, in 2008. His interest and expertise in coastal geomorphology have led him to play a significant role in formulating the Continental Shelf Bill, aiming to extend Indonesia’s continental shelf boundaries up to 350 nautical miles under the UNCLOS agreement. He has been entrusted with the position of Head of the Geospatial Information Agency (BIG) since January 2021.

 

  1. Dr. Ahmad Maryudi, S.Hut., M.For.

Prof. Dr. Ahmad Maryudi, S.Hut., M.For., is a Professor at the Faculty of Forestry, UGM, specializing in forest policy and governance, particularly in relation to actors, interests, and power relations. He earned his bachelor’s degree from UGM, while his master’s degree in forest policy was obtained after completing studies at The Australian National University. Additionally, he holds a doctoral degree in forest development policy from Göttingen University. His various research and publications on forestry policy and governance, including community forest policy and social forestry, have led him to contribute significantly to the Indonesian government, particularly during international negotiations on forests and land. He currently serves as the Deputy Coordinator of the Forest Policy & Economics Division at the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO).

 

  1. Drs. Sri Juari Santosa, M.Eng., Ph.D.

Prof. Drs. Sri Juari Santosa, M.Eng., Ph.D., is a Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MIPA), UGM. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of MIPA, UGM, while his master’s and doctoral degrees were earned after completing studies at Keio University in 1993 and 1997, respectively. His research focuses on addressing heavy metal pollution in the environment and hazardous dyes using synthetic adsorbents and selective adsorbents based on Indonesian natural materials. His expertise in the field of Green Synthesis and the Application of materials for valuable chemical Recovery and Environmental Remediation has garnered recognition, including the Hitachi Global Foundation Asia Innovation Award 2022 in Tokyo. This accolade was awarded for his research and innovation titled “Providing Safe Water Sources for Drinking and Domestic Uses through the Development and Implementation of an Adaptable and Reusable Hybrid Material-Based Removal Method.”

 

  1. Dra. Wega Trisunaryanti, M.S., Ph.D.,Eng.

Prof. Dra. Wega Trisunaryanti, M.S., Ph.D., Eng., is a Professor at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MIPA), UGM. She obtained her doctoral degree after completing studies at Osaka University, Japan, in 1997. Her research interests lie in materials, particularly catalysts and adsorbents (clay, zeolite, silica, alumina, carbon, and MCM-41) for fuel production processes. She is actively publishing her research findings in both national and international seminars and journals related to catalyst materials for the conversion of Buton asphalt fractions into fuel fractions. Currently, she is conducting research on the production of Jet biofuel (bioaviation fuel) from palm oil using a one-pot atmospheric reactor system.

The 4th ICoSIA 2023: Scientific Discourse on Food Security in Multidimensional Crises with International Experts

The second series of UGM Annual Scientific Conference (UASC) 2023 invites experts in the field of agriculture on the 4th International Conference on Smart and Innovative Agriculture (ICoSIA 2023). The conference was held on 10-11 October 2023 in Grand Ballroom Eastparc Hotel, Yogyakarta.

As the representative of UGM’s rector, Prof. drg. Diatri Nari Ratih, secretary of directorate of research UGM, during her welcoming remarks expressed that UGM through ICoSIA 2023 plays essential role for UGM’s commitment to preserve the intellectual culture. ICoSIA 2023 is expected to be the strong inspiration for researchers and motivate the experts to deliver bigger impacts into the life sciences field.

Dr. Ir. Mohammad Zainal Abidin, S.Pt., M.Biotech., IPM., Chairman of the ICoSIA 2023 organizing committee, conveyed in his address that this event serves as a global platform for agricultural excellence, encompassing diverse perspectives and experiences. The various and evolving challenges in the face of multidimensional crises underscore the imperative of food security, not merely as a noble endeavor but also as a vital component for the sustenance of human life. ICoSIA 2023 adopts the theme “Food Security and Resilience in Multidimensional Crises,” emphasizing the critical nature of discussions led by keynote speakers and participants alike.

The presentation of materials and scientific discussions at ICoSIA 2023 unfolded compellingly with the participation of speakers from six countries. These esteemed speakers include Prof. Rosnah Shamsudin (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia), Dr. Shinichi Takashima Sobue (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan), Dr. Glenn Gregorio (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture, Philippines), Dr. Anthony Young (The University of Queensland, Australia), Ahasanul Hoque (The World Bank, Bangladesh), and Asst. Prof. Piyapong Tongdeenok (Kasetsart University, Thailand).

ICoSIA 2023 drew participation from a total of 170 attendees representing 11 countries, namely Indonesia, India, Hungary, Australia, South Korea, Thailand, Japan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Ethiopia, and the Philippines. Following a rigorous review process, 76 papers were selected from the initial 96 submissions for presentation across seven distinct symposia:

  1. Agricultural Big Data Analysis Symposium
  2. Agricultural Geography Symposium
  3. Land and Environmental Management Symposium
  4. Precision Nutrition Technology Symposium
  5. Smart and Precision Farming Symposium
  6. Smart Genetics Resource Management and Utilization Symposium
  7. Sustainable Food Production Symposium

Subsequently, for scholarly dissemination through proceedings, all presented papers will be published on BIO Web of Conferences. As a token of appreciation for participants presenting their work at ICoSIA 2023, certificates of recognition will also be awarded for the best papers in each symposium category.

Prof. Mirwan Ushada, S.T.P., M.App.Life.Sc., the Director of Research at UGM, concluded the ICoSIA 2023 event by expressing appreciation to the invited speakers, moderators, participants, organizers, and all involved parties who worked diligently and with dedication to ensure the success of ICoSIA 2023. The culmination of ICoSIA 2023 has fostered an engaging scientific discourse, anticipated to collectively contribute to addressing challenges in the field of agriculture.

 

 

 

Writer: Kiki
Photo: Last Pictures
Translator: Zahra

The 5th BioMIC Ignites UGM Annual Scientific Conference (UASC) 2023 Series: “Accelerating Translational Healthcare by Leveraging Big Data and Machine Learning”

UGM Annual Scientific Conference (UASC) 2023 is commenced by the 5th Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, and Biomedical Engineering Conference (BioMIC 2023) held on 6-7 September 2023 in Grand Ballroom of Eastparc Hotel, Yogyakarta.

BioMIC 2023 features outstanding speakers from around the globe such as Prof. Teruna J. Siahaan (Kansas University, United States), Prof. Min-Huei Hsu (Taipei Medical University, Taiwan), Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ardiyansyah Syahrom (University of Technology Malaysia, Malaysia), Prof. Hideki Enomoto (Kobe University, Japan), and Dr. apt. Hilda Ismail (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia).

Prof. dr. Ova Emilia, M.Med.Ed., Sp.OG(K)., Ph.D., the esteemed Rector of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), inaugurated the conference in person. In her insightful opening remarks, she highlighted the conference’s success in bringing together a diverse group of experts from both local and international backgrounds. Professor Ova emphasized the significance of this gathering, as it provides a unique opportunity to foster collaboration and networking. She stressed that such collaborative efforts will play a pivotal role in elevating UGM’s global academic standing and enhancing its publications on an international scale.

Prof. Dr. apt. Susi Ari Kristina, S.Farm., M.Kes. as the chair of BioMIC 2023 reports in her remarks that BioMIC 2023 received 108 submissions coming from eight diverse countries, Indonesia, Thailand, japan, Malaysia, USA, Iraq, Morocco, and Vietnam. After a thorough review process, 66 manuscripts are selected to be presented in five symposia: 1) Big Data for Public Health Policy symposium, 2) Bioinformatics and Data Mining symposium, 3) Biomedical Sciences and Engineering symposium, 4) Biomolecular and Biotechnology symposium, 5) Drug Development and Nutraceutical symposium. In addition, 22 non-presenter participants joined the discussions.

All research articles featured at BioMIC 2023 will undergo rigorous evaluation and may be considered for publication in renowned journals and conference proceedings. These esteemed publications include, but are not limited to, Bio Web of Conferences, Medical Journal of Malaysia, Malaysian Journal of Medicine & Health Sciences, Indonesian Biomedical Journal, Indonesian Journal of Pharmacy, Indonesian Journal of Biotechnology, Traditional Medicine Journal, and Journal of Tropical Biodiversity and Biotechnology.

Written by: Kiki
Translated by: Zahra
Documentation: Maruf & Tim 

17 UGM Authors’ Most Cited SDGs Articles from Scopus in the Past Decade

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Most cited UGM’s scientific articles on 17 SDGs subjects in Scopus for the past 10 years until 14 September 2023 are:

  1. No poverty, Factors Determining Social and Environmental Reporting by Indian Textile and Apparel Firms: A Test of Legitimacy Theory gained 39 citations;
  2. Zero hunger, Regional Impact Assessment of Land use Scenarios in Developing Countries using the FoPIA Approach: Findings from Five Case Studies gained 54 citations;
  3. Good health and well-being, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2): An overview of viral structure and host response gained 637 citations;
  4. Quality education, Educational environment and approaches to learning of undergraduate nursing students in an Indonesian School of Nursing gained20 citations;
  5. Gender equality, ‘Elastic band strategy’: women’s lived experience of coping with domestic violence in rural Indonesia gained 23 citations;
  6. Clean water and sanitation, Underreporting of high-risk water and sanitation practices undermines progress on global targets gained 28 citations;
  7. Affordable and clean energy, Liquid hydrogen, methylcyclohexane, and ammonia as potential hydrogen storage: Comparison review gained 236 citations;
  8. Decent work and economic growth, Role of research and development in green economic growth through renewable energy development: Empirical evidence from South Asia gained 103 citations;
  9. Industry, innovation and infrastucture, Framing the sharing economy: A media analysis of ridesharing platforms in Indonesia and the Philippines gained 38 citations;
  10. Reduced inequalities, Addressing the unequal geographic distribution of specialist doctors in Indonesia: The role of the private sector and effectiveness of current regulations gained 58 citations;
  11. Sustainable cities and communities, Fuel Oil Production from Municipal Plastic Wastes in Sequential Pyrolysis and Catalytic Reforming Reactors gained 249 citations;
  12. Responsible consumpsition and production, Improvement of Biogas Production from Orange Peel Waste by Leaching of Limonene gained 116 citations;
  13. Climate action, The human cost of global warming: Deadly landslides and their triggers (1995–2014) gained 197 citations;
  14. Life below water, Mangrove biomass carbon stock mapping of the Karimunjawa Islands using multispectral remote sensing gained 67 citations;
  15. Life on land, Object-Based Approach for Multi-Scale Mangrove Composition Mapping Using Multi-Resolution Image Datasets gained 135 citations;
  16. Peace, justice and strong institutions, A Multilab Preregistered Replication of the Ego-Depletion Effect gained 611 citations;
  17. Partnership for the goals, Use of and barriers to access to opioid analgesics: a worldwide, regional, and national study gained 383 citations;

During the ‘SDGs-focused Publication Press Release Workshop’ held on Tuesday, September 13, 2023, at the Sidomukti Conference Room, MM UGM, Prof. Dr. Wening Udasmoro, Vice Rector for Research and Education, emphasized the importance of citations in her remarks. In line with Prof. Wening, Prof. Indra Wijaya Kusuma, MBA, Ph.D., who serves as the Head of University Quality Assurance and Reputation Unit, also emphasized that “Citations are a crucial indicator in university rankings and are a natural outcome that cannot be manipulated,” said Indra Wijaya Kusuma.

In another context, the Director of Research, Prof. Mirwan Ushada, expressed high appreciation for the authors whose article received the highest number of citations. The article, titled “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2): An Overview of Viral Structure and Host Response,” achieved an impressive 637 citations. This article, published in the journal “Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research and Reviews,” was authored by Dr. Med, Dr. Indwiani Astuti from the Faculty of Medicine and Public Health. “Congratulations to Dr. Med, Dr. Indwiani Astuti,” said Prof. Mirwan.

Writers: Kiki & Syahrul
Translator: Zahra

 

100 UGM Authors with the Highest h-index in Scopus

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The h-index is a metric used to assess the impact of a scientist’s research publications within their respective field of expertise. This metric is influenced by two factors: the number of scientific papers published and how frequently these publications are cited by other researchers. It can be seen as a convergence point between the productivity of scientific publications and the quantity of usage of a scientist’s work in the publications of other scholars, which means a higher h-index signifies a greater academic influence for a professor or researcher.

The h-index also serves as a tool to measure the influence and impact of academic publications produced by professors or researchers. Therefore, professors and researchers strive to increase their h-index value through various means, including increasing the number of citations for their published scientific works and collaborating with other researchers to produce new publications. Both of these methods are considered quite effective in boosting the h-index value. Based on data from Scopus as of August 28, 2023, the top 100 authors from UGM with the highest h-index rankings are as follows:

No.Authorh-indexTotal DocumentsLast PublicationHighest Citation Article
1Abdul Rohman

Author's Profile
34354Application of Chromatographic and Spectroscopic-Based Methods for Analysis of Omega-3 (ω-3 FAs) and Omega-6 (ω-6 FAs) Fatty Acids in Marine Natural Products
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Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy for analysis of extra virgin olive oil adulterated with palm oil
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2Kuwat Triyana

Author's Profile
25179Rapid analysis of meat floss origin using a supervised machine learning-based electronic nose towards food authentication
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Differentiation of lard and other animal fats based on triacylglycerols composition and principal component analysis
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3Ahmad Maryudi

Author's Profile
2475Asymmetric power relations in multistakeholder initiatives: Insights from the government-instituted Indonesian National Forestry Council
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Actor-centred power: The driving force in decentralised community based forest governance
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4Mohammad Hakimi

Author's Profile
2381Neonatal mortality in small for gestational age infants based on reference local newborn curve at secondary and tertiary hospitals in Indonesia
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Data resource profile: The world health organization study on global ageing and adult health (SAGE)
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5Deendarlianto

Author's Profile
22142Generation expansion planning with a renewable energy target and interconnection option: A case study of the Sulawesi region, Indonesia
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Experimental investigation on the initiation and flow development of gas-liquid slug two-phase flow in a horizontal pipe
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6Ria Millati

Author's Profile
2256Synthesis of Mono-and Diacylglycerol Using High Shear Reactor
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Biological pretreatment of lignocelluloses with white-rot fungi and its applications: A review
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7Sofia Mubarika Haryana

Author's Profile
2191The high mutation rate at the D614G hotspot-furin cleavage site region increases the priming efficiency of the Spike protein by furin protease: analysis of Indonesian SARS-CoV-2 G614 variants obtained during the early COVID-19 pandemic
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Single-assay combination of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) EBNA1- and viral capsid antigen-p18-derived synthetic peptides for measuring anti-EBV immunoglobulin G (IgG) and IgA antibody levels in sera from nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients: Options for field screening
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8Muhammad Bayu Sasongko

Author's Profile
2062Serum apolipoprotein A1 and B are associated with 6-month persistent and incident diabetic macular oedema in type 2 diabetes
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Retinal vascular tortuosity in persons with diabetes and diabetic retinopathy
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9Dwi Siswanta

Author's Profile
20140Use of Calixarenes Bearing Benzoyl Groups for the Adsorption of Heavy Metals Cations: Equilibrium and Kinetics Studies
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Structural Ion Selectivity of Thia Crown Ether Compounds with a Bulky Block Subunit and Their Application as an Ion-Sensing Component for an Ion-Selective Electrode
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10Ganjar Alfian

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1943Privacy aware-based federated learning framework for data sharing protection of internet of things devices
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Performance analysis of IoT-based sensor, big data processing, and machine learning model for real-time monitoring system in automotive manufacturing
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11Sumadi Lukman Anwar

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1970Reducing the environmental impact of surgery on a global scale: systematic review and co-prioritization with healthcare workers in 132 countries
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The global burden of cancer attributable to risk factors, 2010–19: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019
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12Agung Endro Nugroho

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1993Fish oil supplementation in diabetic nephropathy prevents: inflammatory and oxidative stress target
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Antidiabetic and antihiperlipidemic effect of Andrographis paniculata (Burm. f.) Nees and andrographolide in high-fructose-fat-fed rats
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13Hanung Adi Nugroho

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19255Lung sound classification using multiresolution Higuchi fractal dimension measurement
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Multiple layer data hiding scheme based on difference expansion of quad
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14Iman Santoso

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1962Optical properties and defect states of rGO-like carbon derived from biomass with heating treatment
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Room-temperature ferromagnetism of Cu-doped ZnO films probed by soft x-ray magnetic circular dichroism
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15Adi Utarini

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1966Reply to Kapur, V. Is Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis a Cost-Effective Intervention to Avert Rabies Deaths among School-Aged Children in India? Comment on “Royal et al. A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to Avert Rabies Deaths in School-Aged Children in India. Vaccines 2023, 11, 88”
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Efficacy of Wolbachia-infected mosquito deployments for the control of dengue
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16Siswanto Agus Wilopo

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1947Short-Term Effects of a School-Based Comprehensive Sexuality Education Intervention Among Very Young Adolescents in Three Urban Indonesian Settings: A Quasi-Experimental Study
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Data resource profile: The world health organization study on global ageing and adult health (SAGE)
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17Arief Budiman

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18156Habitat suitability of a peatland landscape for tiger translocation on Kampar Peninsula, Sumatra, Indonesia
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Synthesis of biodiesel from second-used cooking oil
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18Jumina

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18133Use of Calixarenes Bearing Benzoyl Groups for the Adsorption of Heavy Metals Cations: Equilibrium and Kinetics Studies
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Simultaneous removal of lead(II), chromium(III), and copper(II) heavy metal ions through an adsorption process using C-phenylcalix[4]pyrogallolarene material
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19Muh Aris Marfai

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18106From nature to the laboratory, an effort to raise disaster awareness
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Coastal inundation and damage exposure estimation: A case study for Jakarta
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20Edi Meiyanto

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18102In vitro synergistic effect of hesperidin and doxorubicin downregulates epithelial-mesenchymal transition in highly metastatic breast cancer cells
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Natural products for cancer-targeted therapy: Citrus flavonoids as potent chemopreventive agents
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21Mudasir

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18123Doping TiO2 with Fe from iron rusty waste for enhancing its activity under visible light in the Congo red dye photodegradation
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DNA binding of iron(II) mixed-ligand complexes containing 1,10- phenanthroline and 4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline
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22Rochmadi

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18138Reaction of Carbon Dioxide Gas Absorption with Suspension of Calcium Hydroxide in Slurry Reactor
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Influence of SEBS-g-MA on morphology, mechanical, and thermal properties of PA6/PP/organoclay nanocomposites
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23Roto

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1882Rapid analysis of meat floss origin using a supervised machine learning-based electronic nose towards food authentication
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Magnetic adsorbent of Fe 3 O 4 @SiO 2 core-shell nanoparticles modified with thiol group for chloroauric ion adsorption
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24Sri Juari Santosa

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18133Use of Calixarenes Bearing Benzoyl Groups for the Adsorption of Heavy Metals Cations: Equilibrium and Kinetics Studies
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Chitin-humic acid hybrid as adsorbent for Cr(III) in effluent of tannery wastewater treatment
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25Mei Neni Sitaresmi

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1854Case report of multiple relapses of Henoch-Schönlein purpura
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Abandonment of treatment for childhood cancer: position statement of a SIOP PODC Working Group
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26Yati Soenarto

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1866Intermittent screening and treatment for malaria complementary to routine immunisation in the first year of life in Papua, Indonesia: a cluster randomised superiority trial
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First report from the Asian Rotavirus Surveillance Network
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27Rina Triasih

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1861Clinical standards for drug-susceptible TB in children and adolescents
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The risk of tuberculosis in children after close exposure: a systematic review and individual-participant meta-analysis
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28Widyawan

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18128Indonesian question classification using feature extraction and selection approach on coarse and fine taxonomy
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Smartphone-based Pedestrian Dead Reckoning as an indoor positioning system
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29Gunadi

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17108De novo mutation of the TSC2 gene in patient with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex-Associated Neuropsychiatric Disorders (TAND) Phenotype: a case report
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Foxg1 coordinates the switch from nonradially to radially migrating glutamatergic subtypes in the neocortex through spatiotemporal repression
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30Alim Isnansetyo

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1776Improving resistance against Aeromonas hydrophila and growth performance by oral administration of fucoidan from Padina boergesenii Allender & Kraft, 1983 in catfish (Clarias sp.)
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MC21-A, a bactericidal antibiotic produced by a new marine bacterium, Pseudoalteromonas phenolica sp. nov. O-BC30T, against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
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31Junun Sartohadi

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1760The Study of Anthropogenic Disturbance on Geopedogenetic Process at the Lower Slope of Mt. Ungaran, Indonesia | Estudo da Perturbação Antropogênica na Vertente Inferior do Mt. Ungaran, Indonésia
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Tsunamis as geomorphic crises: Lessons from the December 26, 2004 tsunami in Lhok Nga, West Banda Aceh (Sumatra, Indonesia)
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32Teguh Aryandono

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1674Prognostic Value of Vimentin in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Patients Depends on Chemotherapy Regimen and p53 Mutant Expression
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SARS-CoV-2 vaccination modelling for safe surgery to save lives: data from an international prospective cohort study
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33Jarir At Thobari

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1648Maternal knowledge and attitudes towards rotavirus diarrhea and vaccine acceptance in Yogyakarta, Indonesia: a qualitative study
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Cost-effectiveness of screening for albuminuria with subsequent fosinopril treatment to prevent cardiovascular events: A pharmacoeconomic analysis linked to the prevention of renal and vascular endstage disease (PREVEND) study and the prevention of renal and vascular endstage disease intervention trial (PREVEND IT)
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34Adha Imam Cahyadi

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16133Coverage Control of Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks with Distributed Locations of High Interest
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State of Charge (SOC) and State of Health (SOH) estimation on lithium polymer battery via Kalman filter
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35Agus Harjoko

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16114LOW-COST DOME FOR MULTI-PURPOSE DIGITALIZATION ON SMALL OBJECT
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Optic disc and cup segmentation by automatic thresholding with morphological operation for glaucoma evaluation
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36Adam Hermawan

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1669Bioinformatics Analysis of the Genetic and Epigenetic Alterations of Bone Morphogenetic Protein Receptors in Metastatic Breast Cancer
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Natural products for cancer-targeted therapy: Citrus flavonoids as potent chemopreventive agents
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37Lutfan Lazuardi

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1674Chemo assist for children mobile health application to manage chemotherapy-related symptoms in acute leukemia in Indonesia: a user-centered design approach
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Age-related loss of naïve T cells and dysregulation of T-cell/B-cell interactions in human lymph nodes
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38Muslim Mahardika

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1681Effect of Polyvinylpyrrolidone on Polyvinylidene Fluoride/Hydroxyapatite-Blended Nanofiltration Membranes: Characterization and Filtration Properties
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Effect of micro-powder suspension and ultrasonic vibration of dielectric fluid in micro-EDM processes-Taguchi approach
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39Yodi Mahendradhata

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1675Mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable populations: Lessons for improving health and social equity
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COVID-19 and ASEAN responses: Comparative policy analysis
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40Wega Trisunaryanti

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16125Dual template using P123-gelatin for synthesized large mesoporous silica for enhanced adsorption of dyes
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Pt-promoted sulfated zirconia as catalyst for hydrocracking of LDPE plastic waste into liquid fuels
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41Oyas Wahyunggoro

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16120CLASSIFICATION OF DOPPLER BLOOD FLOW SOUND DURING HEMORRHOIDAL ARTERY LIGATION USING MEL FREQUENCY CEPSTRUM COEFFICIENT AND SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE
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State of Charge (SOC) and State of Health (SOH) estimation on lithium polymer battery via Kalman filter
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42Muhammad Ali Imron

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1590Accuracy of tropical peat and non-peat fire forecasts enhanced by simulating hydrology
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Conversion of forests into oil palm plantations in West Kalimantan, Indonesia: Insights from actors’ power and its dynamics
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43Muhammad Nur Cahyanto

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1562Effect of fermentation time on the molecular weight distribution of ACE inhibitory peptide from jack bean tempe
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Biological pretreatment of lignocelluloses with white-rot fungi and its applications: A review
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44Danang Sri Hadmoko

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1558Spatial Modeling of Forest and Land Fire Susceptibility Using the Information Value Method in Kotawaringin Barat Regency, Indonesia
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Rain-triggered lahars following the 2010 eruption of Merapi volcano, Indonesia: A major risk
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45Indarto

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1598Transient Lattice Boltzmann Numerical Simulation during the Dewetting of Liquid Droplet on a Flat Surface
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Experimental investigation on the initiation and flow development of gas-liquid slug two-phase flow in a horizontal pipe
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46Kusmono

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1550Optimizing Acetic Anhydride Amount for Improved Properties of Acetylated Cellulose Nanofibers from Sisal Fibers Using a High-Speed Blender
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Influence of SEBS-g-MA on morphology, mechanical, and thermal properties of PA6/PP/organoclay nanocomposites
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47Ahmad Kusumaatmaja

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1576Molecularly imprinted polyvinyl acetate doped with boric acid for sensitivity and selectivity of ammonia sensing by QCM
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Solvent vapor treatment improves mechanical strength of electrospun polyvinyl alcohol nanofibers
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48Nuryono

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1597Synthesis and characterization of biphasic calcium phosphate substituted cerium as a potential osteoporotic bone filler
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Production of metal ion imprinted polymer from mercapto-silica through sol-gel process as selective adsorbent of cadmium
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49Ahmad Hamim Sadewa

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1591Safety of Tithonia diversifolia (Hemsley) a gray ethanol extracts in diabetic-induced rats
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Correlation between SMN2 copy number and clinical phenotype of spinal muscular atrophy: Three SMN2 copies fail to rescue some patients from the disease severity
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50Indah Soesanti

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1591A review of convolutional neural network-based computer-aided lung nodule detection system
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Renewable energy systems based on micro-hydro and solar photovoltaic for rural areas: A case study in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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51Pramaditya Wicaksono

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1571Species-based aboveground mangrove carbon stock estimation using WorldView-2 image data
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Assessment of PlanetScope images for benthic habitat and seagrass species mapping in a complex optically shallow water environment
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52Rachma Wikandari

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1544In silico analysis of antibiotic resistance genes in Lactiplantibacillus plantarum subsp. plantarum Kita-3
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Improvement of biogas production from orange peel waste by leaching of limonene
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53Yusril Yusuf

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1595Morphological, mechanical and antibacterial properties of Ti–Cu–N thin films deposited by sputtering DC
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Synthesis and characterization of hydroxyapatite based on green mussel shells (Perna viridis) with calcination temperature variation using the precipitation method
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54Ika Dewi Ana

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1458Clinical reasoning pattern used in oral health problem solving – A case study in Indonesian undergraduate dental students
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Sodium citrate as an effective dispersant for the synthesis of inorganic-organic composites with a nanodispersed mineral phase
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55Rochim Bakti Cahyono

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1456Kinetics of In-Situ Catalytic Pyrolysis of Rice Husk Pellets Using a Multi-Component Kinetics Model
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Integrated coal-pyrolysis tar reforming using steelmaking slag for carbon composite and hydrogen production
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56Mora Claramita

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1447Facilitating Reflection Using Experiential Learning Cycle During Community-Based Education Program
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Doctor-patient communication in Southeast Asia: A different culture?
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57Mohamad Saifudin Hakim

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1445The high mutation rate at the D614G hotspot-furin cleavage site region increases the priming efficiency of the Spike protein by furin protease: analysis of Indonesian SARS-CoV-2 G614 variants obtained during the early COVID-19 pandemic
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The global burden of hepatitis E outbreaks: a systematic review
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58Risanuri Hidayat

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14145Lung sound classification using multiresolution Higuchi fractal dimension measurement
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Signal domain in respiratory sound analysis: Methods, application and future development
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59Ronny Martien

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14102Formulation and optimization of cremophore and PEG 400 in self nanoemulsifying drug delivery system (SNEDDS) resveratrol with soybean oil as a carrier
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Chitosan-thioglycolic acid conjugate: An alternative carrier for oral nonviral gene delivery?
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60Muhammad Akhsin Muflikhun

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1462Systematic analysis of fractured specimens of composite laminates: Different perspectives between tensile, flexural, Mode I, and Mode II test
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The strain performance of thin CFRP-SPCC hybrid laminates for automobile structures
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61Lukito Edi Nugroho

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14159User identification using smartphone activity data
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Segmentation and classification of cervical cells using deep learning
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62Retna Siwi Padmawati

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1449Equipping pharmacists for delivering pharmaceutical care to seniors: a qualitative systematic review of Asian seniors’ social support
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The importance of eating rice: Changing food habits among pregnant Indonesian women during the economic crisis
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63Yayi Suryo Prabandari

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1468Measuring the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Patients With Diabetes Mellitus—The Design and Development Process
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Reading culture from tobacco advertisements in Indonesia
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64Chandra Wahyu Purnomo

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1467Synthesis of natural zeolite adsorbent for CO2adsorption
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Liquid hydrogen, methylcyclohexane, and ammonia as potential hydrogen storage: Comparison review
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65Endy Widya Putranto

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1420Newly developed anti-S100A8/A9 monoclonal antibody efficiently prevents lung tropic cancer metastasis
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Dramatic increase in expression of a transgene by insertion of promoters downstream of the cargo gene
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66Paulus Insap Santosa

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14142Design of unwinnable persuasive game with level of difficulty structure
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User involvement and user satisfaction with information-seeking activity
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67Widiastuti Setyaningsih

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1458Enhanced Differentiation of Wild and Feeding Civet Coffee Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy with Various Sample Pretreatments and Chemometric Approaches
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Optimisation and validation of the microwave-assisted extraction of phenolic compounds from rice grains
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68Bertha Maya Sopha

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1467Demographic and Behaviour Clustering on Chicken Meat’s Seller Using K-means Method
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Psychological factors in the diffusion of sustainable technology: A study of Norwegian households' adoption of wood pellet heating
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69Sutaryo

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1436Predictors of mortality in children with neuroblastoma
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A prospective seroepidemiologic study on dengue in children four to nine years of age in Yogyakarta, Indonesia I. Studies in 1995-1996
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70Laksono Trisnantoro

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1443Care and protection for healthcare workers during a COVID-19: a descriptive qualitative study in Indonesia
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Effect of payments for health care on poverty estimates in 11 countries in Asia: an analysis of household survey data
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71Sunu Wibirama

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14102Rapid analysis of meat floss origin using a supervised machine learning-based electronic nose towards food authentication
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Evaluating 3D gaze tracking in virtual space: A computer graphics approach
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72Teguh Bharata Adji

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13150Dislocated time sequences - deep neural network for broken bearing diagnosis
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Multiple layer data hiding scheme based on difference expansion of quad
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73Riris Andono Ahmad

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1350Modeling social interaction and metapopulation mobility of the COVID-19 pandemic in main cities of highly populated Java Island, Indonesia: An agent-based modeling approach
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Stable establishment of WMEL wolbachia in aedes aegypti populations in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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74Igi Ardiyanto

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13124Comparison Performance of Deep Learning Models for Brain Tumor Segmentation Based on 2D Convolutional Neural Network
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Real-time navigation using randomized kinodynamic planning with arrival time field
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75Eggi Arguni

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1346The high mutation rate at the D614G hotspot-furin cleavage site region increases the priming efficiency of the Spike protein by furin protease: analysis of Indonesian SARS-CoV-2 G614 variants obtained during the early COVID-19 pandemic
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Efficacy of Wolbachia-infected mosquito deployments for the control of dengue
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76Teguh Ariyanto1362Ciprofloxacin Degradation Using a PANI-Derived Mesoporous Carbon/TiO2 PhotocatalystPretreatment technologies for anaerobic digestion of lignocelluloses and toxic feedstocks
77Wiratni Budhijanto

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1380Kinetic study on the effects of elevated temperature and micro aeration in volatile fatty acids production by anaerobic fermentation of alkaline-pretreated oil palm empty fruit bunch
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Hydrodynamic characteristics of the microbubble dissolution in liquid using orifice type microbubble generator
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78Arief Budiyanto

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1318Collagen Thickness and Density in BALB/c Mice Exposed to UVB Light after using Siam Weeds Cream (Chromolaena odorata L.)
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UV-induced skin damage
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79Reno Danarti

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1340COVID arm as a common cutaneous manifestation after mRNA-1273 vaccination: a systematic review
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The role of moisturizers in addressing various kinds of dermatitis: A review
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80Yuny Erwanto

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1375Characteristics of protein and amino acid in various poultry egg white ovomucoid
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Analysis of pork adulteration in beef meatball using Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy
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81Jajah Fachiroh

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1339Improving Public Trust in Biobanking: Roundtable Discussions from the 2021 ISBER Annual Meeting
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Single-assay combination of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) EBNA1- and viral capsid antigen-p18-derived synthetic peptides for measuring anti-EBV immunoglobulin G (IgG) and IgA antibody levels in sera from nasopharyngeal carcinoma patients: Options for field screening
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82Eni Harmayani

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1347Growth, tuber yield, and starch content of arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) accessions on different altitudes and tree shades
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Characterization of glucomannan from Amorphophallus oncophyllus and its prebiotic activity in vivo
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83Herianto

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1358Preparation and properties of cellulose nanocrystals-reinforced Poly (lactic acid) composite filaments for 3D printing applications
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Intelligence system for diagnosis level of coronary heart disease with K-star algorithm
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84Triana Hertiani

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1370Investigation of Cox-2 inhibition of Laportea decumana (Roxb). Wedd extract to support its analgesic potential
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From anti-fouling to biofilm inhibition: New cytotoxic secondary metabolites from two Indonesian Agelas sponges
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85Mochammad Noer Ilman

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1340The use of nitrate for inhibiting corrosion fatigue crack growth of aircraft AA7050 aluminium alloy in 3.5% NaCl solution
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Analysis of internal corrosion in subsea oil pipeline
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86Noer Kasanah

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1322Natural products as antivibrio agents: insight into the chemistry and biological activity
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Three new manzamine alkaloids from a common Indonesian sponge and their activity against infectious and tropical parasitic diseases
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87Lisendra Marbelia

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1325The Effect of Palm Oil Mill Effluent Supplementation on Post-Weaning Goat Performance
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Membrane photobioreactors for integrated microalgae cultivation and nutrient remediation of membrane bioreactors effluent
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88Mustofa

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1343Screening antibiofilm activity of invasive plants growing at the Slope Merapi Mountain, Central Java, against Candida albicans
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Predictors of COVID-19 severity: A systematic review and meta-analysis
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89Adhistya Erna Permanasari

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13118Development of a mobile health infrastructure for non-communicable diseases using design science research method: a case study
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Cosine similarity to determine similarity measure: Study case in online essay assessment
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90Himawan Tri Bayu Murti Petrus

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13118Synthesis of Titanium Ion Sieves and Its Application for Lithium Recovery from Artificial Indonesian Geothermal Brine
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Recovery of cenospheres from coal fly ash using a dry separation process: Separation estimation and potential application
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91Yudi Pranoto

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1383Characterization of porous starch from edible canna (Canna edulis Kerr.) produced by enzymatic hydrolysis using thermostable α-amylase
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Enhancing antimicrobial activity of chitosan films by incorporating garlic oil, potassium sorbate and nisin
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92Imam Dwi Prasetyo

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1355Ciprofloxacin Degradation Using a PANI-Derived Mesoporous Carbon/TiO2 Photocatalyst
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Biosorption of cadmium by biomass of marine algae
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93Sri Raharjo

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1338Optimization of oil-in-water emulsion capacity and stability of octenyl succinic anhydride-modified porang glucomannan (Amorphophallus muelleri Blume)
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Improved Speed, Specificity, and Limit of Determination of an Aqueous Acid Extraction Thiobarbituric Acid-C18 Method for Measuring Lipid Peroxidation in Beef
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94Wahyudi Budi Sediawan

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1387Evolution of solid contents in vinasse waste during electrocoagulation process at various current densities: Experimental and kinetic analyses
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Solubilities of families of heterocyclic polynuclear aromatics in organic solvents and their mixtures
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95Siti Subandiyah

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1362Incidence of twisted disease and cultivation practice of shallot farmers in Bantul coastal area, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Phylogeny and genetic diversity of the banana Fusarium wilt pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense in the Indonesian centre of origin
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96Yanri Wijayanti Subronto

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1333Cost of improved test and treat strategies in Indonesia
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Purification of His-tagged proteins by immobilized chelate affinity chromatography: The benefits from the use of organic solvent
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97Sudjadi

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1325The use of real-time polymerase chain reaction combined with specific-species primer for analysis of dog meat dna in meatball
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Application of vibrational spectroscopy in combination with chemometrics techniques for authentication of herbal medicine
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98Edi Suharyadi

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13113Green synthesis of magnetically separable and reusable Fe3O4/Cdots nanocomposites photocatalyst utilizing Moringa oleifera extract and watermelon peel for rapid dye degradation
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A synthesis of polyethylene glycol (PEG)-coated magnetite Fe3O4 nanoparticles and their characteristics for enhancement of biosensor
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99Supriatno

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1335Ethanol Extract of Borneo’s Bajakah Tampala Root (Spatholobus littoralis hassk) Supresses the Cell Proliferation and Chemotactic Migration and Induces Apoptosis on A Human Oral Tongue Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cell
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Combined effects of the oral fluoropyrimidine anticancer agent, S-1 and radiation on human oral cancer cells
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100Ragil Widyorini

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1349Effects of succinic acid impregnation on physical properties of sapwood and heartwood from plantation-grown short-rotation teak
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Manufacture and properties of low-density binderless particleboard from kenaf core
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