Mataram University successfully rolling out the 1st International Conference on Applied Electromagnetic Technology (AEMT)

Opening new era as a world class university, Mataram University with the Helmholtz Zentrum-GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam-Germany and the University of Indonesia, rolling out a successful 1st International Conference on Applied Electromagnetic Technology (AEMT). This Conference was carried out in conjunction with inauguration of the Lombok Geomagnetic Observatory, which is research cooperation between the Mataram University with the GFZ Potsdam and the local Government of Central Lombok District. The inauguration ceremony was conducted on 11 April, with “BismiLlah” recitation, a ribbon-cutting and balloon flight into the sky by the Vice Rector of Mataram University. The event, organized in a simple manner but solemn, was attended by the officials of the local government, religious figures and local community. Also present, some invited guests from the national researchers (LIPI, LAPAN, BMKG) and international ones (Germany and USA), and alumni of German scholarship holders (DAAD) from various regions of Indonesia.

The summit of AEMT conference was held on 14 April 2014 in the Grand Legi Mataram Hotel. Misbahuddin ST.MT, as Chairman of the Committee, said in his speech that the seminar presented 47 papers in the field of geo- electromagnetic technology, new-and renewable energies, data management and information systems, as well as telecommunications. In addition to national speakers, speakers from seven other countries also participated, namely the United States, Japan, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Korea and India. The event was opened with Al-Quran recitation and jazzed up with a wonderful traditional dance, making this international seminar quite unique.

Three keynote speakers presented in the 1st Panel Session are Dr. Monika Korte from the GFZ Potsdam-Germany, Prof. Wolfgang Martin Boerner from the University of Illinois at Chicago USA and Dr. Harry Arjadi from EMC Laboratory SMTP LIPI. The seminar feels different since in the 2nd Panel, Prof. Katsumi Hattoriof from Chiba University Japan and Prof. Mioara Mandea from University Paris Diderot France, presented virtually via Skype. The presence of Prof. Mandea, as the General Secretary of the IAGA (International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy) and the General Secretary of the EGU (European Geophysical Union), is a very exceptional support to the Lombok Geomagnetic Observatory and AEMT. Toning up the seminar, some posters from the JICA and the INSINas 2014 research team were displayed.

The Edu-geomagnetic tour was held (12-13 April 2014) through the mountain Rinjani range, with an overnight in the Sembalun Valley, a visit to the Rinjani Volcanology Station, as well as a meeting with communities in the Nurul Bayan boarding school – in the North Lombok where a geomagnetic station planned to be built. Data of this geomagnetic station will be integrated with the ones of Lombok Geomagnetic Observatory for disaster (e.g. earthquakes) mitigation purposes of the Eastern Indonesian region, particularly the Lombok Island. This educational tour was nice packaged to expose anomalous geomagnetic phenomena on the island of Lombok, who gave deep impressions and high appreciations from all participants.

As the ending of conference, two workshops and student competition were held on Tuesday 15 April 2014. The workshop of "Geomagnetic survey & observation”, was guided by Dr. Monika Korte, containing a brief training about the theoretical background of observatory and geomagnetic data retrieval techniques. The workshop of "Writing a scientific paper", was held at the Faculty of Engineering of Mataram University, guided by Prof. Riri Fitri Sari from Universitas Indonesia and Dr. Endang Lukitaningsih from Gadjah Mada University. Meanwhile, the student competition held in the Arena Budaya of Mataram University, featuring scientific papers of high school students and college students contested for the Governor's and Rector’s Cups. Prof. Wolfgang Martin Boerner and Dr. Harry Arjadi acted as jury in the competition.

This AEMT conference was the first time; expected to be the opening for the next AEMTs, which will be rolled out once every four years. All involved participants will be organized to be a scientific community that continually contribute their ideas for growing and development of geo-electromagnetism technology.

For the success, AEMT organizers would like to deliver thanks to the main sponsor of this event, the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF-the Ministry of Education and Research of the Federal Republic of Germany), the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD-the German Academic Exchange Service), the Aaronia AG-Germany and PT PLN Persero.

(Reported by: Dr. Teti Zubaidah, Electrical Engineering Dept. of Mataram University. Jl. Majapahit No. 62 Mataram–Lombok. E-mail:

Proceeding 1st AEMT

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G101 Pc5 Magnetic Pulsations During Outer Electron Radiation Belt.

L. Muhammad Musafar K

G102 A Comparison Between Computer Derived (Adaptive Smoothing Method) and Hand Scaled K Indices at Tuntungan Geophysical Station.

Yosi Setiawan

G103 Electromagnetic Anomaly As Earthquake Precursor In PelabuhanRatu,


Angga Setiyo Prayogo

G104 ULF Geomagnetic Pertubations Related With Earthquake . Case Study: 9thJanuary 2014.

Ayu Adi Justicea

G105 Determinations Onset time of Earthquake Precursor by Analizing ULF-EM

Emission Signal in Sumatra region, Case Studi Padang 2009 and Mentawai 2010.


G106 On the Influence of DC Railway Noise on Variation Data from Tangerang

Geomagnetic Observatories.

Relly Margiono

G107 Lesser Sunda Islands Earthquake Inter-Occurrence Times Distribution


Indira Puteri Kinasih

G108 Horizontal Component Variation in Geomagnetic Stations During Annular Solar Eclipse on January 26th, 2009

I Putu Dedy Pratama

G109 Changes of the Geomagnetic Signal linked to Tohoku Earthquake on March

11th 2011.

Bulkis Kanata


G201 Analysis of Harmonic Distortion Effect on Deviation Measurement of Electrical

Energy in kWh Meter.

Amien Rahardjo

G202 Inrush Related Problems Caused by Lamps and Electric Vehicle.

J. F. G. Cobben

G204 Performance comparison of PWM schemes of dual-inverter fed five-phase

motor drives.

I Nyoman Wahyu Satiawan

G205 Design of Buck Converter For Photovoltaic System Applications.

Ratna Ika Putri

G206 Development of a 20 V-LED driver based on the boost converter using a FPGA module.

N. Sulistiyanto

G207 Development of Microhydro Field Laboratory under the Program of Science

and Technology on Campus Innovation and Creativity.

Teguh Utomo

G208 Resisistivity Structures in Mt. Batur Geothermal Prospect Area in Bali

Province, Indonesia.

Wahyudi W. Parnadi

G209 Smart Grid Control with Fuzzy Integrator for Micro Hydro Connected to Low

Voltage Distribution PT. PLN (Persero).

Lie Jasa

G210 A Building Audit Software to Support Energy Management and Conservation.

Rini Nur Hasanah


G301 Improvement Of Multi Resolution Digital Image Magnification Using Combined Low Pass Filter and Bilinear Interpolation.

Cahyo Darujati

G302 Outlier Filtering For Hydrogen Temperature And Flow Rate Time Series Data

In Sintering Process.

Dede Sutarya

G303 The Implementation of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Encryption

Algorithm For Computer File Security.

Mokhammad Hendayun

G305 Comparison of K-Means and Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering Method

with Principal Component Analysis in Research Document Analysis.

Emi Susilowati

G306 Level Prediction Of Pneumonia In Children Time Range Based Breastfeeding, Immunization Status, Nutrition Using K-Means.

Yusriel Ardian

G307 Parallel Programming to Increase Performance of Binary Search Tree.

Cipta Ramadhani

G308 Fall Detection System for Elderly Based on Android Smartphone.

Made Liandana

G309 Poverty Mapping in Mataram by Multi-Criteria Fuzzy Approach.


G310 Socialization and Visualization of City Transport Using Google Maps



G311 SIG-based Earthquake Information System.

Wina Witanti

G312 Denoising Acoustic Emission Signal Using Wavelet Transforsm for

Determining the Source Location Micro Crack on Concrete.

I Gede Pasek Suta Wijaya


G401 Particle Swarm Optimization for Wireless Sensor Network Deployment

Design by Taking Account of Barrier Position and Attenuation.


G402 Circularly Polarized Stack-Patch Microstrip Array Antenna for Mobile

Satellite Communications.

Muhammad Fauzan Edy Purnomo

G403 Angle of Arrival Using Cross Yagi-Uda Antennas.

Satria Gunawan Zain

G404 Simulation Attenuation From Rain Cell Movement For Wimax Channel

Transmission In Lombok.

Made Sutha Yadnya

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G405 Android Based Indoor Navigation Application Using Earth’s Magnetic

Field Pattern Case Study: Universitas Multimedia Nusantara.

Rijal Widhi Permadi

G406 Implementation of Haar Wavelet Transform on Xilinx Spartan- 3E FPGA.

Risanuri Hidayat

G407 A Robust Method of Encryption and Steganography Using ElGamal and Spread Spectrum Technique Based on MP3 Audio File.

Priadhana Edi Kresnha

G408 Check Out System Using Passive RFID Technology in Wholesale Supermarket.

Angga Pradipta

G409 Instrumentation of Carbon Monoxide to Indentify Traffic Jams.

Siti Sendari

G410 Channel Estimation using Least Square Estimation (LSE) Orthogonal

Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) System.

Muhamad Asvial

G411 Design of Low Noise Amplifier for 2.35 GHz Long Term Evolution (LTE)


Fitri Yuli Zulkifl


G501 Three Dimensional Mapping of Static Magnetic Fields over A Semi Anechoic Chamber.

Teti Zubaidah

G502 Application Of Mt And Gravity Method To Potential Analysis Of Kepahiang

Geothermal, Bengkulu.

Boko Nurdiyanto

G503 Three-dimensional Inversion of Magnetic Resonance

Sounding (MRS) for Groundwater Detection.

Warsa Wars

G504 Magnetotelluric Investigations in Wai Umpu Geothermal

Prospect Area Lampung Province, Indonesia.

Wahyudi W Parnadi

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