Unud Receives a Visit from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Udayana University received a visit from the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Wednesday (24/3/2021), at the Nation Room, Rectorate Building, Bukit Jimbaran Campus. The visit of the LIPI Team is chaired by the Deputy for Earth Sciences of LIPI as the Director of PMO COREM-CTI in order to verify the Competency Test Place (TUK) of the Professional Certification Institute (LSP) of the LIPI Oceanographic Research Center.

Also attending the meeting was the Vice Rector for Cooperation and Information Planning Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra, SH., M.Hum. representing the Rector, Dean of FMIPA Dra. Ni Luh Watiniasih, M.Sc., Ph.D. along with his ranks, Dean of the Faculty of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Prof. Dr. Ir. I Wayan Arthana, MS along with the ranks, Chairman of the LSP Unud Dr. Putu Saroyeni Piartrini, SE, .MM, .Ak., Deputy for Earth Sciences of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) Ocky Karna Radjasa, Chair of the LSP Research Center for Oceanography (LIPI) Triyono and his staff.

Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Wyasa Putra in his speech expressed his gratitude for the presence of the Deputy for IPK LIPI and staff to Udayana University. This LSP is a shared need in responding to the needs of the job market and especially in the field of Oceanography. The Vice Chancellor hopes that this cooperation visit can be realized in the future in order to respond to the needs of the job market, and of course provide experience for the Udayana University Certification Institute.

Meanwhile, LIPI Deputy for Earth Sciences Ocky Karna Radjasa on this occasion said that the Coral Reef Rehabilitation Management Program - Coral Triangle Initiative (COREMAP CTI) is a multi-lateral program involving 7 countries in the ASEAN and Pacific regions. In addition, the Deputy for Earth Sciences of LIPI also presented material on 2020-2024 Strategic Research Infrastructure Development, 2019-2020 LIPI Research Performance and the focus of activities from COREMAP CTI.

The visit of the assessors team was followed by a visit to the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Faculty of Marine and Fisheries as well as field visits to the related Ecosystems.