Institute for Biosystem and Bioengineering

About the Institute for Biosystem and Bioengineering

The Institute for Biosystem and Bioengineering is a hub of education and research centers in bioengineering and interdisciplinary research. Our research centers include the Research Center for Biomedical Engineering (RCBE), the Research Center for Biomass Valorization (RCBV), the Pertamina-Biofuel Laboratory, and the Biological Systems Engineering Lab (BSEL). We are dedicated to providing interdisciplinary research, education, and services aimed at response to the challenges related to food production, infectious diseases, pollution, and environmental problems in our societies

Research

Research Centers

Research Center for Biomedical Engineering (RCBE)

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The Research Center for Biomedical Engineering (RCBE) is a newly developed research center at the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia, aimed at providing active contribution to solve real-world problems in communities related to the human health based on the competencies and expertise owned by engineering researchers. This area of research can be thought as the application of engineering principles or engineering instruments to the biological or medical systems. In running its activities, the center has been actively collaborating with colleagues from health related institutions such as Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Nursing, and Faculty of Public Health in Universitas Indonesia as well as domestic industries and overseas institutions.

Research Centre of Biomass Valorization (RCBV)

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The Research Centre of Biomass Valorization (RCBV FTUI) is an institution dedicated to processing agricultural biomass waste (lignocellulose, triglycerides, organic and inorganic materials) into high-value chemical products through green chemistry concepts. This approach aims to establish a green agriculture-based industry (green agroindustry). RCBV FTUI consists of excellent researchers, predominantly young researchers in engineering with research expertise on biomass valorization based on agriculture. Nevertheless, the need for robust collaborations with researchers and industries in Indonesia and abroad is crucial for the development and contribution of RCBV FTUI to the Indonesian nation. Additionally, reinforcing research and development infrastructure is imperative for realizing a green chemical industry based on agriculture.

Research

Research Centers

Research Center for Biomedical Engineering (RCBE)

Research Centre of Biomass Valorization (RCBV)

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The Research Center for Biomedical Engineering (RCBE) is a newly developed research center at the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia, aimed at providing active contribution to solve real-world problems in communities related to the human health based on the competencies and expertise owned by engineering researchers. This area of research can be thought as the application of engineering principles or engineering instruments to the biological or medical systems. In running its activities, the center has been actively collaborating with colleagues from health related institutions such as Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Nursing, and Faculty of Public Health in Universitas Indonesia as well as domestic industries and overseas institutions.

The Research Centre of Biomass Valorization (RCBV FTUI) is an institution dedicated to processing agricultural biomass waste (lignocellulose, triglycerides, organic and inorganic materials) into high-value chemical products through green chemistry concepts. This approach aims to establish a green agriculture-based industry (green agroindustry). RCBV FTUI consists of excellent researchers, predominantly young researchers in engineering with research expertise on biomass valorization based on agriculture. Nevertheless, the need for robust collaborations with researchers and industries in Indonesia and abroad is crucial for the development and contribution of RCBV FTUI to the Indonesian nation. Additionally, reinforcing research and development infrastructure is imperative for realizing a green chemical industry based on agriculture.

Advance Labs

Advanced BioEngineering Lab (ABEL)​

ABEL  is an innovative laboratory specifically intended to facilitate study on a diverse array of biological topics. Currently, Pertamina-Biofuel Laboratory is integrated inside ABEL to facilitate research and development in the domain of biorefinery. The laboratory is partitioned into four distinct sub-laboratories: Molecular and Basic Genomics Sub-Laboratory, Pretreatment Sub-Laboratory, Hydrolysis and Detoxification Sub-Laboratory, and Fermentation and Separation Sub-Laboratory.

Advance Labs

Biological Systems Engineering Lab (BSEL)​

The Biological Systems Engineering Lab (BSEL) is a research laboratory dedicated to the modeling of biological system interactions. It is equipped with advanced hardware, including servers, workstations, and state-of-the-art biomedical equipment, as well as continuously updated software. This facility supports research in biological system modeling, bioinformatics, and genetic engineering. Researchers at BSEL are engaged in efforts to discover treatments for various emerging diseases and to enhance the efficiency of biocatalysts for green synthesis applications.

News and Event

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