DOCTORAL PROGRAMME

Mechanical Engineering 

Doctoral Programme in Mechanical Engineering UNS was built in 2016 based on the decree of Minister of Research, Technology and Higher education No 62/KPT/I/2016 on 1 February 2016. The responsible person who signed was Ainun Na’im. The first learning activities in  Doctoral Programme mechanical engineering UNS was started in August-September 2017. Now our programme is in the preparation of accreditation of BAN-PT based on 9 criteria. According to the decree of Rector no. 209/UN27/HKI/2017, the management of doctoral programme in mechanical engineering has moved from UNS postgraduate programme  (pascasarjana UNS) to Faculty of Engineering.

Credits

46 SKS

Time to Complete

4 YEARS

The vision of Doctoral Programme in Mechanical Engineering, UNS, is to become excellent doctoral programme in arranging education in the area of mechanical engineering, especially for energy conversion technology and materials technology for construction of renewable energy recognised both nationally and internationally.

The missions of Doctoral Programme in Mechanical Engineering, UNS, are as follows:

  1. Providing learning and teaching  for doctoral programme with the focus on energy conversion technology and materials technology for construction of renewable energy.
  2. Conducting research in the area of energy conversion technology and materials technology for construction of renewable energy.
  3. Establishing community services using results of the research.

The aims of Doctoral Programme in Mechanical Engineering, UNS, are as follows:

  1. Producing doctors in the area of mechanical engineering which have expertise in the area of energy conversion technology and materials technology for construction of renewable energy.
  2. Producing articles, models, and devices for renewable energy by utilising local materials.
  3. Producing research dedicated for society.

Curriculum

The curriculum of Doctoral Programme in Mechanical Engineering, UNS, can be classified as structured curriculum. The curriculum in this programme does not only consist of dissertation, but also courses related to the concentration, assignments and seminar which are regulated in the form of SKS (Credits). However, in the learning and teaching process, courses provided in this programme can be classified into two categories: structured and non-structured courses. This is written in UNS Rector regulation No. 17/UN27/HK/2018. There are 16 meetings for structured courses; meeting activities can be in the form of learning in class, presentation, literature review or the combination of those. Furthermore, for non-structured courses, the learning process is conducted independently with the guidance from the supervisor and/or co-supervisor. 

Category: Structured

Credit: 3 SKS

Description: Research Methodology and Science Principal is mandatory courses regulated by UNS, because this course is the fundamental for doctoral candidates to plan their research activities, to find suited testing standards and to process research data. The principal of science is important to teach doctoral candidates about determining and designing research novelty conducted during the doctoral programme. 

Category: Structured

Credit: 4 SKS

Description: This course is chosen depending on their research area which aims to deepen their knowledge and understandings through journals, books and others related to their research area. This course is determined by their supervisor or co-supervisor. 

Category: Structured

Credit: 4 SKS

Description: This course is chosen depending on their research area which aims to deepen their knowledge and understandings through journals, books and others related to their research area. This course is determined by their supervisor or co-supervisor. 

Category: Non-structured

Credit: 3 SKS

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 4 SKS

Description: This course is to report, explain, and prove  their dissertation proposals.

Examiners: Head of Study Programme and two chosen examiners.

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 4 SKS

Description: This course is to report the progress of their research. A manuscript of international conference or international journal is required to be submitted.  

Examiners: Head of Study Programme, supervisor teams, a lecturer of UNS and an expert from other institutions.

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 4 SKS

Description: This course is to report the progress of their dissertation, manuscript of publication I, and manuscript of publication II. 

Examiners: Head of Study Programme, supervisor teams. a lecturer of UNS and An expert from other institutions.

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 6 SKS

Description: Assessment of dissertation manuscript, assessment of publication which is published in the international journal, and one manuscript for other publication.

Examiners: Vice dean of academics, Head of Study Programme, supervisors, a lecturer of UNS, a lecturer of non-UNS

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 6 SKS

Description: explanation and proof of dissertation manuscript and proof of publications.

Examiners: Director of Post-Graduate Programme, Head of Study Programme, supervisors, a lecturer of UNS, a lecturer of non-UNS

Category: Non -structured

Credit: 6 SKS

Description: Promotion of doctoral candidate in UNS post-graduate programme (this is mandatory activity).

Examiners: Rector, Director of Post-Graduate Programme, Dean, Head of Study Programme, supervisors, a lecturer of UNS, a lecturer of non-UNS

research

Alternate-energy

Renewable energy

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Advanced Materials For Renewable Energy

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