Kurikulum S1 Program Studi Fisika IPB

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes (CapaianPembelajaran) dari Program Studi S1 Fisika IPB adalah :

  1. Mampu menganalisis hasil pengamatan observasi untuk merumuskan fenomena dan masalah Fisika.
  2. Mampu menerapkan model matematis atau model fisis sederhana untuk menyelesaikan permasalahan yang terkait dengan fenomena Fisika baik secara kualitatif maupun kuantitatif
  3. Mampu melakukan analisis terhadap berbagai alternative solusi permasalahan Fisika yang tersedia dan menyajikan simpulan analisis untuk pengambilan keputusan yang tepat.
  4. Mampu menunjukkan dan memprediksi potensi penerapan konsep Fisika untuk pengembangan teknologi.
  5. Mampu mendiseminasikan secara verbal, grafis, tulisan hasil kajian teoritis dan eksperimen dalam bentuk laporanilmiah.
  6. Menguasai konsep teoritis fisika dengan pendekatan klasik dan kuantum yang mencakup struktur, sifat-sifat fisis (mekanik, listrik, magnetik, termal, gelombang, dan optik).
  7. Menguasai prinsip dan aplikasi fisika matematika, komputasi fisika dan instrumentasi.
  8. Mampu merencanakan, mengatur, dan melaksanakan kegiatan secara mandiri.
  9. Mampu  berkomunikasi secara efektif dalam suatu tim maupun dalam lingkungan yang lebih luas.

 

Kurikulum Program Studi S1 Fisika

StrukturKurikulum

No Kode Matakuliah Bobot sks Pra

syarat

Semester
Ganjil Genap
Mata Kuliah Tingkat Persiapan

Bersama

1 IPB100-104 atau IPB100  Agama 3(2-2) 2
2 IPB111 Pendidikan Pancasila 2(1-2) 1
3 IPB106  Bahasa Indonesia 2(1-2) 2
4 IPB107 Pengantar Ilmu Pertanian 2(2-0) 1
5 IPB108  Bahasa Inggris 3(2-2) 1
6 IPB111  Olahraga dan Seni* 1(0-3) 1
7 MAT113  Kalkulus 1A 3(2-2) 1
8 KIM101  Kimia 3(2-3) 2
9 BIO100  Biologi 3(2-3) 2
10 FIS101  Fisika Dasar 1 3(2-3) 1
11 FIS102  Fisika Dasar 2 3(2-3) 2
12 MAT114  Kalkulus 1B 3(2-2) 2
13 EKO100  Ekonomi Umum 3(2-2) 2
14 KPM130  Sosiologi Umum 3(2-2) 1
15 AGB100  Pengantar Kewirausahaan 1(1-0) 1
 Sub Total SKS 37
 Matakuliah Inter departemen
1 KOM202 Algoritma dan Pemrograman 3(2-3) 3
2 STK211  Metoda Statistika 3(2-2) 3
 Sub Total SKS 6
 Matakuliah Mayor
1 FIS211  Mekanika 1 3(2-2) FIS101 3
2 FIS243  Fisika Matematik 1 3(2-2) MAT114 3
3 FIS253  Elektronika Analog 3(2-3) 3
4 FIS217  Termodinamika 3(2-3) 3
5 FIS256  Eksperimen Fisika Lanjut 1 2(1-3) 4
6 FIS218  Mekanika 2 3(2-2) FIS211 4
7 FIS244  FisikaMatematik 2 3(2-2) FIS243 4
8 FIS254  Elektronika Digital 3(2-3) FIS253 4
9 FIS216  Gelombang 3(2-3) FIS101 4
10 FIS246  FisikaKomputasi 3(2-3) FIS243 4
11 FIS234  Biofisika 3(2-3) 4
12 FIS311  Elektromagnetika 4(3-2) FIS102 5
13 FIS359 Eksperimen Fisika Lanjut 2 2(1-3) 5
14 FIS325  Fisika Statistik 3(2-2) FIS217 5
15 FIS357  Mikroprosesor dan Antarmuka 3(2-3) FIS254 5
16 FIS321  FisikaKuantum 3(2-2)  FIS216 5
17 FIS343  Simulasi Sistem Fisis 2(1-3)  FIS246 5
18 FIS323  Fisika Sistem Kompleks 3(2-2)  FIS244 5
19 FIS335  Optika dan Fotonika 3(2-3)   FIS311 6
20 FIS328  Fisika Zat Padat 3(2-2) FIS311 6
21 FIS354  Sensor danTranduser 3(2-3) 6
22 FIS326  Fisika Atom dan Molekul 3(2-2) FIS321 6
23 FIS332  Fisika Material 2(2-0) 6
24 FIS451  SistemKendali 3(2-3) FIS354 7
25 FIS435  Biomaterial 2(2-0) 7
26 FIS455  Metode Karakterisasi Material 3(2-3) FIS328  7
27 FIS425  Fisika Nuklir dan Partikel 3(2-2) FIS321  7
28 FIS437  Nanofisika 2(2-0) FIS321  7
29 FIS491  Kolokium 1 7 8
30 FIS492  Seminar 1  7 8
31 FIS493  TugasAkhir 1 4  7 8
32 FIS494  TugasAkhir 2 2 7 8
Sub Total SKS 87
Mata Kuliah Mayor Elektif
1 FIS339  FisikaMembran 3(2-3) FIS234 6
2 FIS324  TeoriRelativitas 3(2-2) 6
3 FIS457  SistemPengukuranTerdistribusi 3(2-3) 7
4 FIS431  FisikaSemikonduktor 3(2-3) FIS326 7
5 FIS433  Superkonduktivitas 3(2-3) FIS326 7
 Sub Total SKS 15
 Mata Kuliah Minor:  InstrumentasiElektronik
1 FIS253  Elektronika Analog 3(2-3) 3
2 FIS254  Elektronika Digital 3(2-3) FIS253 4
3 FIS357  MikroprosesordanAntarmuka 3(2-3) FIS254 5
4 FIS354  Sensor danTransduser 3(2-3) 6
5 FIS451  SistemKendali 3(2-3) FIS354 7
 Sub Total SKS 15

Competency

KompetensiUtama :
Lulusan Program S1 Fisika dapat memformulasikan kembali konsep-konsep fisika serta mampu melakuk ananalisis untuk memecahkan masalah yang menyangkut gejala fisika di alam sehingga memiliki kemampuan dan ketrampilan dalam beradaptasi dengan ilmu dan teknologi yang dibutuhkan dunia kerja.

KompetensiPendukung :

Selain kompetensi utama (mayor) dan kompetensi pendukung, mahasiswa Program Studi Fisika juga diberi kompetensi tambahan yang merupakan bidang keahlian pelengkap yang diambil oleh mahasiswa di luar mayor fisika. Mahasiswa dapat memilih bidang keahlian pelengkap tersebut dalam bentuk program minor atau supporting courses yang tersedia di semua program studi di IPB.

StrukturKurikulum 2014

  1. Total SKS = 145 SKS
  2. Mata Kuliah Mayor = 102 SKS
  3. Mata KuliahWajib Institusional = 43 SKS

 

List of Publications

Scopus indexed document 2017

  1. Quantum anharmonic oscillator plus delta-function potential: a molecular view of pairing formation and breaking in the coordinate space, T Sumaryada, BM Putra, S Pramudito, European Journal of Physics 38 (3), 035401
  2. Molecular docking simulation of mangostin derivatives and curcuminoid on maltase-glucoamylase target for searching anti-diabetes drug candidates, T Sumaryada, AW Roslia, L Ambarsari, A Kartono,, International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (IBIOMED), IEEExplore.
  3. Dynamics of an agent-based opinion model with complete social connectivity network, H Alatas, S Nurhimawan, F Asmat, H Hardhienata, Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 101, 24-32
  4. Proposed Application of Fast Fourier Transform in Near Infra Red Based Non Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring System, RP Jenie, J Iskandar, A Kurniawan, E Rustami, H Syafutra, NM Nurdin, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 58 (1), 012011
  5. Infra Red Light Emitting Diode in 1200 nm Range have Moderate Performance in Detecting Glucose in Human Blood Glucose Model, S Robiah, RP Jenie, M Dahrul, NM Nurdin, J Iskandar, A Kurniawan, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 58 (1), 012021
  6. Atomic Orientation Detection using Nonlinear Optics and its Application as an Environmental Sensor, MR Tawakal, H Alatas, H Hardhienata, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 58 (1), 012057
  7. Facet-dependent electric-field-induced second harmonic generation in silicon and zincblende, A Alejo-Molina, H Hardhienata, PA Márquez-Aguilar, K Hingerl, JOSA B 34 (6), 1107-1114
  8. The effect of annealing temperature variation on the optical properties test of LiTaO3 thin films based on Tauc Plot method for satellite technology, N Djohan, R Estrada, D Sari, M Dahrul, A Kurniawan, J Iskandar, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 54 (1), 012093
  9. Barium Strontium Titanate Thin Film Growth with rotational speed variation as a satellite temperature sensor prototype, W Rika, H Hardhienata, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 54 (1), 012094
  10. The optical band gap of LiTaO3 and Nb2O5-doped LiTaO3 thin films based on Tauc Plot method to be applied on satellite,R Estrada, N Djohan, D Pasole, M Dahrul, A Kurniawan, J Iskandar, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 54 (1), 012092
  11. Modeling Fourth Harmonic Generation in a Non-Vicinal (111) Diamond Lattice, H Hardhienata, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 166 (1), 012012
  12. Mechanical and molecular studies of biocomposites filled with oil palm empty fruit bunches microfibers, S Nikmatin, DR Saepulloh, A Syafiuddin, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 196 (1), 012042
  13. Thermo-Physical Properties of Kenaf-Filled Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Composites, S Nikmatin, A Syafiuddin, N Nugroho, W Utama, AS Wismogroho, MATEC Web of Conferences 95, 03001
  14. Properties of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch-Filled Recycled Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Composites: Effect of Shapes and Filler Loadings with Random Orientation, S Nikmatin, A Syafiuddin, DAY Irwanto, BioResources 12 (1), 1090-1101
  15. Basic Properties of Oven–Heat Treated Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Stalk Fibers, A Solikhin, YS Hadi, MY Massijaya, S Nikmatin, BioResources 11 (1), 2224-2237
  16. Novel isolation of empty fruit bunch lignocellulose nanofibers using different vibration milling times-assisted multimechanical stages, A Solikhin, YS Hadi, MY Massijaya, S Nikmatin, Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1-12
  17. Electronic and Optical Properties of CuO Based on DFT+ U and GW Approximation, F Ahmad, MK Agusta, HK Dipojono, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 739 (1), 012040
  18. Modeling the Thermal Response of Al0.3Ga0.7As/GaAs/Ge Multijunction Solar Cells, T Sumaryada, NE Damayanti, S Rohaeni, H Syafutra, Irzaman, A Maddu, H Hardhienata, H Alatas, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 877 (2017), 0120301-5
  19. Conformation Analysis of T1 Lipase on Alcohols Solvent using Molecular Dynamics Simulation , AM Putri, T Sumaryada, ST Wahyudi. Journal of Physics: Conference Series 877 (2017), 0120071-8
  20. MOLECULAR DOCKING AND PHARMACOKINETIC PREDICTION OF HERBAL DERIVATIVES AS MALTASE-GLUCOAMYLASE INHIBITOR, PJ Ochieng, T SUMARYADA, D OKUN, Asian J Pharm Clin Res 10 (9), 392-398

Scopus Indexed Documents 2016

1.R. Sugihakim, H. Alatas , Application of a Boltzmann-entropy-like Concept in an Agent-Based Multilane Traffic Model, Phys. Lett.A, Vol 380 (1-2), January 2016.

  1. Husin Alatas, Tony I Sumaryada, Faozan Ahmad, Characteristics of local density of optical states in a tapered grated waveguide at resonant states,Optik-International Journal of Light and electron optics, Vol 27 Issue 5, 2016.
  2. Constant optimization of oral drug absorption kinetics in the compartment absorption and transit models using particle swarm optimization algorithm, K Prabowo, T Sumaryada, A Kartono,2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012007. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012007
  3. Elucidation of GB1 Protein Unfolding Mechanism via a Long-timescale Molecular Dynamics Simulation, T Sumaryada, J Hati, S T Wahyudi, N D Malau, K N Sawitri, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012008. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012008

5.High Temperature Unfolding and Low Temperature Refolding Pathway of Chymotrypsin Inhibitor 2 Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation, N D Malau, T Sumaryada,2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012010 . http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012010

6.Simulation of Heat Transfer in Cylinder Husks Furnace with Finite Difference Method, I Noor, Irzaman, H Syafutra and F Ahmad, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012013. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012013

7.How Nonlinear Optics can be Simplified to Study Molecular Deposition and Surface Vicinality of a Si(001) Interface,HendradiHardhienata, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012017, http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012017

  1. Molecular Docking Studies of Catechin and Its Derivatives as Anti-bacterial Inhibitor for Glucosamine-6-Phosphate Synthase, H Fikrika, L Ambarsari, T Sumaryada, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci.31 012009. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012009
  2. Dynamics of Agent-Based Growing Network, BudhiSuryoJatmiko, HendradiHardhienata, HusinAlatas, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci.31 012019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012019
  3. The role of Kleinman Symmetry in the Simplified Bond Hyperpolarizability Model, AdalbertoAlejo-Molina andHendradiHardhienata2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31012020.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012020
  4. Techno-economical evaluation of protein extraction for microalgae biorefinery, Y W Sari, J P M Sanders and M Bruins, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci.31 012034. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012034

12.Studies on Electrical behavior of Glucose using Impedance Spectroscopy, JajangJuansah and WinaYulianti, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012039.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012039

13.Activity and Stability of Biofilm Uricase of Lactobacillus plantarum for Uric Acid Biosensor,DyahIswantini, RescyRachmatia, Novita Rose Diana, NovikNurhidayat, Akhiruddin and DedenSaprudin, 2016 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 31 012028. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/31/1/012028

  1. SidikrubadiPramudito, Nugraha Wanda Sanjaya, and Tony Sumaryada, Numerical solutions of anharmonic vibration of BaO and SrO molecules,  AIP Conference Proceedings 1719, 030008 (2016); doi: 10.1063/1.4943703.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4943703
  2. Husin Alatas, Fluxons in superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor Josephson junction with external current,  AIP Conference Proceedings 1719, 030002 (2016); doi: 10.1063/1.4943697,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4943697 .
  3. A.M Nugraha, A. Sulaksono, T. Sumaryada, Giant halos in medium nuclei within modified relativistic mean field (MRMF) model, AIP Conf. Proc. 1729, 020008 (2016); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4946911

Why you should take your physics degree in IPB

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Why you should take Physics Degrees in IPB ?

Physics is the most important science which covers everything from a tiny particles up to galactic structure and universe. Physics is everywhere and physics is needed by everybody. Physics offers a chalenging journey to your mind and trains your brain to THINK analytically and systematically. Once you got trained, you literally can solve any problem in front of you.
Physics in Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) is quite unique since it is located in an agriculture and life sciences institution. This makes us special, since we can help excell the research of IPB in life and bio sciences and technologies. Our physics faculties (staff) have research collaborations with almost every programs in IPB including agriculture, forestry, bichemistry, chemistry, fisheries, veterinary sciences, and many more.
Research in IPB is very diverse ranging from fundamental physics, particle physics, general relativity, soliton, nuclear, computational and modelling, material sciences, bionanocomposites, biomaterials for bone and teeth substitutions, thin film, solar cell, sensors, instrumentation and robotic, real time measurement instrument, non-invasive medical instrument, agent-based model, molecular docking and drug design, molecular dynamics simulation, folding/unfolding of protein, protein-protein interactions, biomass and bioenergy, simulation of drug absorption, simulation of glucose-insulin model, and many more.
By taking your degree with us ( Undergraduate program or Graduate program Master in biophysics) you will not just learn the beauty of physics, but also find its wide applicability in life sciences, medical, agriculture and our daily life. Indonesia needs more excellent physicists that understand not just physics but also the problem of this nation in maintaining a sustainable energy, food, technology, health-medicine. IPB is the right place for you to take your physics degrees !
Job for Physicist
In principal physics graduated can work everywhere, our alumni succsefully work in their respected field. Below are some examples of the job of our alumni
1. Scientist / Lecturer / Teacher : in National Nuclear Agency (BATAN), Indonesian Sciences Institute (LIPI), National Aeronautics Agency (LAPAN), lecturer at UI, IPB, Jambi University, Jember University UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, ITERA, Unindra, UIN Jakarta, various SMAs and SMPs, etc.
2. IT Specialist, Infineon, Samsung, etc
3. Television : Trans 7, Indosiar, etc
4. Bank, BNI, Mandiri, etc
5 .Petroleum oil : Pertamina, Halliburton, etc
6. Electronic and Instrumentation Industry
7. Laboratory Equiptment Supplier Industry
8. Legendre Technology start up
9. and many mores….