Tony Ibnu Sumaryada, Ph.D

Tony Ibnu Sumaryada, Ph.D

I am a lecturer and researcher (Assistant Professor) at Department of Physics Bogor Agricultural University, BAU (IPB in bahasa).

Education

Ph.D in Theoretical Physics from Florida State University (2003-2007)

Research Interest

1.  Computational Physics

(a) Theoretical/Computational Physics.

Study the pairing phase transitions in nuclear and mesoscopic systems.

(b) Simulation of simple quantum system

In Physics Education Research, sometimes  we face problem in explaining quantum phenomena. Simulating quantum phenomena by using  computational technique to describe and visualize the effect is still  relevant and appropriate for undergraduate physics project. Project like study the harmonic and anharmonic oscillator with the addition of some special interactions are of some works that we are doing right now.

(c) Simulation of heterojunction solar cells

Heterojunction solar cells can convert solar energy into electricity with a high rate of efficiency. The world record for the highest efficiency solar cell held by heterojunction solar cell developed by Boeing SpectroLab in USA.  Our group in BAU conduct research in Simulating and design various type of heterojunction solar cells.

2. Computational Life Sciences

(a) Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Proteins and enzymes regulate metabolism in living cells. The structure and conformation of protein will determine its function. Protein will function normally and biologically active in its native state (folded structure) and become inactive otherwise. Until now the most responsible interaction that maintain protein in its native state is still unknown, whether hydrophobic, hydrogen bonds, or salt bridge interactions. Our group in Departement of Physics Bogor Agricultural University actively conducting research to study this problem through Molecular Dynamics Simulation technique. Some undergoing  researchs are :

1. Folding unfolding mechanism of some small proteins (1GB1, 1LY2, 1YPC)

2. The effect of mutation to the stability of proteins

3. Elucidating the protein stability through Free Energy perturbation technique

(b) Rational drug Design via Molecular Docking technique

Indonesia is a very rich country in terms of biodiversity, including vegetation and herbal for natural remedy. Indonesian traditional medicine or Jamu. had been known for a long time as an effective medicine to heal many kind of health problems and disease. Molecular docking method could be used to investigate the “healing mechanism” of some active compounds of Indonesian traditional herbal medicine. Gibbs free energy, which related to inhibition stability, and prediction of active binding sites of ligand to receptors are some of the important informations that can help us to invent a new drug from Indonesian herbal.

Current Research Project (2013-2015)

P.I for Governmental Research Grant titled “Molecular Docking Study of Curcumin and its analogs for Anticancer Drug Design.

Courses Taught (Past and Recent)

1. Mathematical Physics

2. Statistical Physics

3. Basic Physics 1 and 2

4. Nuclear and Particle Physics

5. Molecular Biophysics

6. Computational Physics (2012)

Previous Appointments/Positions

1. Visiting Assistant Professor at Department of Physics and Engineering Frostburg State University at Maryland, USA (2009 – 2011).

2. Temporary Assistant Professor of Physics at Department of Chemistry and Physics Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah Georgia, USA (Aug 2008 – Aug 2009)

3. Adjunct Assistant Professor (Instructor) at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA (Jan-May 2008)

Other Interests

1.  American Football (FSU Seminoles, and Washington Redskins)

2. Soccer ( Real Madrid and Chelsea)


Tony Sumaryada, Ph.D

Position :      Lecturer and Researcher

Office :         Department of Physics Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

                     Jalan Meranti, Kampus IPB Darmaga, Bogo,r Indonesia, 16680

                     Phone : +62-251-8625728

                     Email : tsumaryada@ipb.ac.id   or sumaryada@gmail.com

Education

(2003 - 2007)  Florida State University (FSU), Tallahassee FL

Ph.D  and M.S in Theoretical Nuclear Physics

Dissertation: “Pairing Correlations and Phase Transitions in Mesoscopic Systems”.

Advisor :  Prof. Alexander Volya

Research Interest

1 Computational Physics and Modelling, including :

  1. Nuclear Structure and pairing phase transition
  2. Solar Cell Modelling (Modelling multijunction solar cells)
  3. Molecular Dynamic Simulations and Rational Drug Design (Molecular Docking)

2. Physics Education. Developing studio physics courses for Introductory Physics Class

Research Affiliation

1. Theoretical Physics Division, Department of Physics Bogor Agricultural University

2. Biopharmaca Research Center, Bogor Agricultural University

Professional Experience / Employment History

1. Lecturer of Physics (Docent) at Department of Physics, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), 

    Bogor,  Indonesia. (1997-Now).

2. Visiting Assistant Professor / Lecturer of Physics at Department of Physics and Engineering,  

    Frostburg State University, Frostburg MD 21532. (September 2009 – June 2011)

3. Temporary Assistant Professor at Department of Chemistry and Physics, Armstrong Atlantic

    State University, Savannah GA 31419. (August 2008 – August 2009)

4. Adjunct Assistant Professor / Instructor at Department of Physics Florida State University,

    Tallahassee FL (Spring 2008)

5. Teaching and Research Assistant at Department of Physics, Florida State University

    (Spring 2003-Fall 2007)

6. Research Assistant at Institute of Molecular Biophysics, Florida State University

    (Summer and Fall 2003)

Teaching Experience

A. As a Visiting Assistant Professor / Lecturer of Physics at Frostburg State University

  1. PHYS 263 Physics of Light and Sound, Calculus based Introductory Physics using a Studio Physics approach
  2. PHYS 261 Mechanics, Calculus based Introductory Physics using a Studio Physics approach
  3. PHYS 350 / 490 Practical Solar Energy
  4. ENES 100 Engineering Design
  5. PHYS 436 Mathematical Physics
  6. PHYS 216 General Physics II
  7. PHYS 215Lab General Physics I

B. As a Temporary Assistant Professor of Physics at Armstrong Atlantic State University

  1. PHYS 1111 and PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics 1 and 2 (Trigonometry/Algebra  based physics in studio format), Armstrong Atlantic State University
  2. ISCI 2002 Physical Science for Early Childhood Educators

C. As an Adjunct Assistant Professor / Instructor and Graduate Teaching Assistant at Florida State University

  1. PHYS 2054C, Introductory Physics II (algebra based physics in regular format), Florida State University .As an Adjunct Instructor / Professor
  2. AST 1020L (Astronomy lab)  FSU.  Teaching Assistant
  3. PHY 2053 Lab, PHY 2054 Lab (algebra based), and PHY 2048 Lab, PHY2049 Lab (calculus based), FSU. Teaching Assistant
  4. Grader for some courses in FSU :

      (a)  Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena

      (b)  Special and General Relativity.

(c)  Mathematical Physics.

D. As a Lecturer at Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) in Indonesia

 

  1. Calculus based Physics 1 and 2, Nuclear Physics, Statistical Physics, Molecular Biophysics, Mathematical Physics 1 (2012 – now)

      2. General physics (algebra based), Fundamental physics (calculus based), Basic Electronics

         (Course and lab), Introduction to Modern Physics, Introduction to Superconductivity, BAU

          1997-2002

  Conferences Attended

  1. The 2nd International Symposium on Current Progress of Mathematics and Sciences, Depok November 2016
  2. The 1st International Conferences on Biomedical Engineering (IBIOMED), IEEE, Augut 2016
  3. International Conference on Energy Sciences, June 2016
  4. The 2nd International Seminar on Sciences, November 2015
  5. The 5th International Conferences on Mathematics and Sciences (ICMNS), November 2014
  6. Seminar dan Rapat Tahunan MIPA BKS-PTN Barat, 9-11 Mei 2014, Bogor, Indonesia.
  7. International Seminar on Sciences, 16 Nov 2013, IICC Bogor, Indonesia
  8. 1st Diponegoro Physics Conferences, 09 Nov 2013, Semarang, Indonesia
  9. The 5th Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Symposium, (International Seminar), 23-25  Oct 2013, Surabaya, Indonesia
  10. The 3rd International Conferences on Theoretical and Applied Physics, 12 Oct 2013,  Malang, Indonesia
  11. The XXVIth National Physics Symposium, 11 Oct 2013, Malang, Indonesia
  12. The 5th International Symposium on Nano and Supramolecular Chemistry, 23-25 Aug 2013, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  13. Conference on Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Phenomena, 25 Sept 2013, Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor, Indonesia.
  14. Simposium Nasional Inovasi Pembelajaran dan Sains (SNIPS) 2013, 3-4 July 2013, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia.
  15. Seminar Nasional Sains ke V, 10 November 2012, Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor, Indonesia
  16. Seminar Nasional Sains ke IV, 12 November 2011, Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor, Indonesia
  17. Sustainable Energy Conferences  at DeSales University,  PA,  June 30th – July 1st   2011.
  18. Sustainable Energy Conferences at Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA, July 14th – 16th  2010.
  19. Ohio Section of American Physical Society (OSAPS), at Kettering University, Flint, MI, April 30th – May 1st  2010.
  20. Division of Nuclear Physics, APS Meeting, Newport News,  VA, Oct 10th -13th , 2007
  21. American Physical Society (APS) April Meeting, Jacksonville FL, April14th -17th,  2007
  22. Division of Nuclear Physics, APS Meeting, Nashville TN, Oct 2006
  23. American Physical Society (APS) April Meeting, Tampa FL, April 16th -19th, 2005

Workshop and Summer School Attended

      1. Molecular docking workshop,Malang,  October 2014 

       2. Virtual Screening Workshop, Depok, 2014

       3. FabLab Workshop, School Action in Innovation of Science (SAInS) Project funded by

           USAID, January 07th – 09th 2014

      4.  Wind Energy Boot Camps, at DeSales University, PA, June 27th – 29th , 2011,

5.  Solar Photovoltaics Boot Camps, at Lehigh University, Bethlehem PA,

     July 12th – 14th  2010.

6.  New Physics and Astronomy Faculty Workshop, College Park MD, June 28th –

     July 1st 2010.

7.  Grant Training Workshop, Frostburg State University and Grant Training Center,

     Jan 20th  – 22nd ,  2010

8.  The 19th National Nuclear Physics Summer School, at Florida State University,

     July 8th – 21st , 2007

9.  17th National Nuclear Physics Summer School,  at University of California

           Berkeley, June 6th -17th , 2005

 Talk / Seminar

  1. Solutions of Harmonic Oscillator with A Gaussian-type Pairing Potential By Perturbation and Numerov Methods, Presented at The 5th International Conference on Mathematics and natural Sciences, ITB Bandung, Nov 2nd 2014.
  2. The effect of spectrum range limitation to the efficiency of Al0.3Ga0.7As/GaAs/InP/Ge multijunction solar cells : A simulation case, International Seminar on Photonics, Optics, and Its Applications (ISPhOA 2014), Sanur-Bali Oct 2014.
  3. Numerical Solutions of Anharmonic Vibration of BaO and SrO Molecules, The 4th      International Conference in Theoretical and Applied Physics, Denpasar-Bali Oct 2014.
  4. Pengembangan Matakuliah Fisika Dasar 2 di IPB Menggunakan Format Semi Fisika Studio, Seminar dan Rapat Tahunan (SEMIRATA) Bidang MIPA BKS-PTN-Barat, Mei 2014, Bogor.
  5.  Rational Drug Design Innitiative in Biopharmaca Research Center at Bogor Agricultural University, an invited talk at  International Seminar on Sciences, Nov 16th 2013, IICC Bogor, Indonesia.
  6. Optimization of Pairing Matrices Potentials using PSO Algorithm, talk at 1st Diponegoro Physics Conference, 09 Nov 2013, Semarang, Indonesia.
  7. Exploring the Atomic and Molecular World, talk at Physics Expo 2013 held by HIMAFI IPB (Physics Student Society of IPB), 20 Oct 2013, Bogor
  8. Simulation Techniques on Biomolecules, talk at 2nd Workshop on Molecular Dynamics Simulation at Kampus IPB Dramaga, Bogor, 28 Sept 2013.
  9. Physics at Mesoscopic Scale, an invited talk at Conference on Theoretical Physics and Nonlinear Phenomena, 25 Sept 2013, Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor, Indonesia
  10. Docking Simulations of Curcumin and Its Analogs As Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) on Prostate Cancer Cells, talk at The 5th International Symposium on Nano and Supramolecular Chemistry, 23-25 Aug 2013, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
  11. Physics of Organic Molecules, an invited lecture at School on Particle Physics and Complex Systems, 24 Sept 2013, Kampus IPB Dramaga Bogor, Indonesia
  12. The development of Calculus based Physics 2 using Semi Studio Physics Format, Seminar Nasional Inovasi Pembelajaran dan Sains (SNIPS), 3-4 July 2013, Bandung, Indonesia.
  13. Be More Heroic with Renewable Energy and Sustainability, talk at Physics Expo 2012, held by HIMAFI IPB (Physics Student Society of IPB) , Bogor, 24 November 2012
  14. Sustainable Energy Education in USA,” What Can We Learn From Them ?”an invited /plenary talk at Seminar Nasional Sains ke V, Bogor Agricultural University, IPB Bogor, 10 November 2012.
  15. Pairing phenomena and problems in nature, How to solve them ?, Colloquium talk at Department of Physics and Engineering Frostburg State University, Nov 8th 2010.
  16. Superconductivity and pairing phenomena in condensed matter and beyond, talk at Armstrong Atlantic State University, May 7th 2008
  17. The effect of magnetic field to the pairing phase transitions of  mesoscopic systems, contributed talk at Division of Nuclear Physics, APS meeting, Newport News,  VA, Oct 10-13, 2007
  18. Pairing Correlations and Phase Transitions in Mesoscopic System, Ph.D dissertation’s defense at Department of Physics FSU, Oct 8th 2007
  19. Pairing phase transitions in the mesoscopic systems, talk at 19th National Nuclear Physics Summer School at FSU, July 8-21,  2007
  20. Thermalization and entropy in nuclear pairing phase transitions, talk at APS April meeting, Jacksonville FL, April 14-17, 2007
  21. Thermalization and entropy in nuclear pairing phase transitions, talk at FSU Nuclear Physics Seminar, Tallahassee FL, April 6th 2007
  22. Thermodynamics of pairing in mesoscopic nuclear system, talk at Division Nuclear Physics, APS meeting, Nashville TN, Oct 2006
  23. Thermodynamics of pairing in mesoscopic nuclear system, talk at FSU Nuclear Physics Seminar, Tallahassee FL, Oct 2006
  24. The role of pairing correlations to the structures and phases of neutron stars,  Prospectus defense at Dept.of Physics FSU, October 2005
  25. Pairing in neutron stars, talk at 17th National Nuclear Physics Summer School at University of California Berkeley, June 6-18,  2005

Honors/Awards and Grants

  1. Research Grant from Directorate of Higher Educations, Ministry of Education and Culture of The Republic of Indonesia to conduct research on; “Molecular Docking Studies of Curcumin and Its Analogs on Several Target Proteins for Anticancer drug design”, 2013
  2. Scholarships from The Sustainable Energy Fund to attend Sustainable Energy Conference and Wind Energy Boot camps in DeSalles University, PA, June 27th – July 1st 2011.
  3. Scholarships from The Sustainable Energy Fund to attend Sustainable Energy Conference and Solar PV Boot camps in Lehigh University, PA, July12th – July 16th 2010.

      4.  Summer Grant from Faculty Development and Sabbatical Sub-Committee of Frostburg

           State University to conduct research on : The effect of three-body forces to pairing 

           correlations in mesoscopic systems .

5.   Travel Award form COGS-FSU (Congress of Graduate studies at FSU) to attend

      The Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) of American Physical society (APS)

      Meeting in Newport News VA, October 2007.

6.   My paper in Phys.Rev C76 (Thermodynamics of pairing in mesoscopic systems)

      was selected in September 10th issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and

      Technology.

      7. Graduate Student Travel Award from DNP of APS to attend the APS April Meeting 2007  in             Jacksonville, FL.

8.   Travel Award from COGS-FSU to attend the APS April Meeting 2007.

9.   Travel Award from COGS-FSU to attend DNP APS Meeting, October 2006.

10. Travel award from National Nuclear Physics Summer School (NNPSS)Committee to attend XVII NNPSS at University of California at Berkeley, June 2005.

      11.  Graduate Studies Scholarship, from the Government of Republic of Indonesia to finish    

          Master degree in Physics 1998-2000.

Professional Affiliation

  1. Member of Indonesian Physics Society (HFI)  2000 - now
  2. Member of American Physical Society (APS)  2004 - 2011
  3. Member of American Association of Physics Teacher (AAPT)  2009 - 2011
  4. Member of  Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP) of APS  2004 - 2011
  5. Member of  Division of Condensed Matter Physics (DCMP) of APS  2008 - 2009
  6. Member of  Ohio Section of American Physical Society (OSAPS)  2009 - 2011
  7. Member of Southeast Section of American Physical Society (SESAPS)  2005 - 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Computational Physics

(a) Theoretical/Computational Physics.

Study the pairing phase transitions in nuclear and mesoscopic systems.

(b) Simulation of simple quantum system

In Physics Education Research, sometimes  we face problem in explaining quantum phenomena. Simulating quantum phenomena by using  computational technique to describe and visualize the effect is still  relevant and appropriate for undergraduate physics project. Project like study the harmonic and anharmonic oscillator with the addition of some special interactions are of some works that we are doing right now.

(c) Simulation of heterojunction solar cells

Heterojunction solar cells can convert solar energy into electricity with a high rate of efficiency. The world record for the highest efficiency solar cell held by heterojunction solar cell developed by Boeing SpectroLab in USA.  Our group in BAU conduct research in Simulating and design various type of heterojunction solar cells.

2. Computational Life Sciences

(a) Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Proteins and enzymes regulate metabolism in living cells. The structure and conformation of protein will determine its function. Protein will function normally and biologically active in its native state (folded structure) and become inactive otherwise. Until now the most responsible interaction that maintain protein in its native state is still unknown, whether hydrophobic, hydrogen bonds, or salt bridge interactions. Our group in Departement of Physics Bogor Agricultural University actively conducting research to study this problem through Molecular Dynamics Simulation technique. Some undergoing  researchs are :

1. Folding unfolding mechanism of some small proteins (1GB1, 2PTL, 1YPC)

2. The effect of mutation to the stability of proteins

3. Elucidating the protein stability through Free Energy perturbation technique

(b) Rational drug Design via Molecular Docking technique

Indonesia is a very rich country in terms of biodiversity, including vegetation and herbal for natural remedy. Indonesian traditional medicine or Jamu. had been known for a long time as an effective medicine to heal many kind of health problems and disease. Molecular docking method could be used to investigate the “healing mechanism” of some active compounds of Indonesian traditional herbal medicine. Gibbs free energy, which related to inhibition stability, and prediction of active binding sites of ligand to receptors are some of the important informations that can help us to invent a new drug from Indonesian herbal.

Previous Research Project (2013-2014)

P.I for Governmental Research Grant titled “Molecular Docking Study of Curcumin and its analogs for Anticancer Drug Design.

International Journal (scopus indexed)

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. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6404/aa5e0e

2.Study of Modified Oral Minimal Model using n-Order Decay Rate of Plasma Insulin for the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test in Subjects with Normal, Impaired and Diabetic Glucose Tolerance, A Kartono, ES Putri, AA Setiawan, H Syafutra, T Sumaryada, American Journal of Applied Sciences 2017, 14 (4): 426.435 DOI: 10.3844/ajassp.2017.426.435   

3.. Optimization of Insulin Sensitivity and Glucose Effectiveness Index from an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test Using Modified Oral Minimal Model and Gravitational Search Algorithm, A Kartono, G Pratiwi, AA Setiawan, ST Wahyudi, T Sumaryada, Applied Mathematical Sciences 11 (9), 433-443. https://doi.org/10.12988/ams.2017.7119

4.Deciphering The Action Mechanism Of Indonesia Herbal Decoction In TheTreatment Of Type II Diabetes Using A Network Pharmacology Approach, Peter Juma Ochieng, Wisnu Ananta Kusuma, Mohamad Rafi,Tony Sumaryada, International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol 9, Issue 3, 2017. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.22159/ijpps.2017v9i3.16413

5. The Effects Of Physical Exercise On The Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus Subjects Using The Modified Minimal Model, Agus Kartono, Febri Dwi Irawati, Ardian Arif Setiawan, Heriyanto Syafutra, Tony Sumaryada, International Journl of Pharmacy and Pharmaceuticals Sciences, Vol 9, Issue 2, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.22159/ijpps.2017v9i2.15621

6. 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.

7. T. Sumaryada, A.Volya, Thermodynamics of pairing in mesoscopic system, Phys.Rev.C76, 024319, 2007. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.76.024319 

 

Scopus indexed Proceedings

1. 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. DOI : https://doi.org/10.1109/IBIOMED.2016.7869832

2.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   

3. 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

4.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. 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 

7. The effect of spectrum range limitation to the efficiency of Al0.3Ga0.7As/GaAs/InP/Ge multijunction solar cells: a simulation case, T. Sumaryada, E. S Wahyuni, H.Syafutra, H. Alatas, SPIE proceeding 2015.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2078069

8. T. Sumaryada, R. Sobirin, H. Syafutra, Ideal Simulation of Al0.3Ga0.7As/InP/Ge multijunction solar cells, Padjajaran International   Physics Conference, 7-9 May 2013, AIP Conference Proceedings Vol 1554, Melville New York 2013, pp 162-165.

http://doi.org/10.1063/1.4820310  

9. S. Pramudito, N.W. Sanjaya, T. Sumaryada, Numerical solutions of anharmonic vibration of BaO and SrO molecules, AIP Conference Proceeding 1719, 030008 (2016)http://doi.org/10.1063/1.4943703

 

 Other Journals and National Meetings 

1. T. Setiawan, L Ambarsari, T Sumaryada, Anticancer Study of Wonogiri's Curcuma Xanthorhiza roxb Ethanol Fraction as Jamu by Flexible Docking Methods, International Journal of Hybrid Information Technology Vol 10 no 1 2017 (pp 277-288). 

2. T Setiawan, L Ambarsari, TI Sumaryada, Studi In Silico Converse Region Etoposite Binding Domain Pada Isozim Human Dna Topoisomerase II, CAKRA KIMIA (Indonesian E-Journal of Applied Chemistry) 4 (1), 61-70.

2. Arwansyah, L. Ambarsari, T. Sumaryada, Simulasi Docking Senyawa Kurkumin dan      Analognya Sebagai Inhibitor Reseptor Androgen pada Kanker Prostat, Current Biochemistry, Vol 1 (1) : 14-24, ISSN : 2355-7877, 2014.

3. T. Sumaryada, E.S. Wahyuni, H. Syafutra, R. Sobirin, Pengaruh Pembatasan Daerah      Penyerapan Spektrum Radiasi Benda Hitam dari Matahari pada Simulasi Sel Surya 4-junction Al0.3Ga0.7As/GaAs/InP/Ge, Proceeding SFN XXVII 2013.

4. T.Sumaryada, M.Saputra, A.M. Nugraha, H. Syafutra, Optimization of Pairing Matrices Potentials using PSO Algorithm, Proceeding of 1st Diponegoro Physics Conference, 9 Nov 2013, ISBN  978-602-18940-1-9

5.T. Sumaryada, H. Syafutra, R.Sobirin, A.W.Roslia, Simulasi Awal Perancangan Sel Surya Double Junction GaAs/Ge, Prosiding Seminar Nasional Sains ke V, 10 Nov 2012,ISBN 978-979-95093-8-3, hal 393-403

6. A.W. Roslia, T. Sumaryada, Pengaruh Surface Texturing Germanium dan Silikon pada Disain Sel Surya menggunakan program PC1D, Prosiding Seminar Nasional Sains ke V,10 Nov 2012, ISBN 978-979-95093-8-3, hal 404-413

7. T. Sumaryada, Pengembangan mata kuliah Fisika Dasar 2 di IPB menggunakan Format Semi Fisika Studio, Semirata Seminar BKS-PTN Barat, Mei 2014.

 

 

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