Indonesian Best Young Engineer In Japan

Posted on November 24th, 2009 at 10:17 am by Akhyari


Thank you for sharing this, readers. I am sure, there are thousands Indonesians out there bring pride to homeland. I can’t simply put them one by one here in GNFI, sorry.

I’d like to post this though, even in a land of technology, a master in engineering called Japan, Indonesians do not stop getting awards.

Japan Society of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (JSAEM) holds an annual award presentation for best scientist, best scientific journal, and collaborative research.

This year, one Indonesian, a lecturer at Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, Mr. Muhamamad Agung Bramantya, is awarded as one of the best young engineers for his scientific journal tittled “Ultrasonic study on the clustering structures of magnetorheological fluids under a uniform magnetic field”. The judges declared that his journal is an outstanding academic paper.

We are happy and proud for this. Thank you!

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