Among these are three students at the University of Indonesia Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (MIPA). They won second place in the National Debate Competition organized by the Aceh Chase Community.
The three students are Mahesa Oktareza (Mathematics 2017), Ginanjar Ariyasuta (Mathematics 2017), and Aisha Nurtabina (Physics 2017).
"The National Chase Dream Community Aceh Debate Competition is a debate competition held for university students throughout Indonesia such as USU, UMSU, Unpad, Unsri, Unri, UIN Walisongo, UNP, UNHAS, IAIN Padangsidimpuan, Maritime Univ. Raja Ali Haji," said Deputy UI Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Rosari Saleh, Saturday 27 June 2020.
Another achievement was won by a University of Indonesia Faculty of Administrative Sciences student named Alif Naufal Falih (Adm Niaga 2017).
Alif won first place with a total score of 83 and got rid of four other finalists from Kapuas Sintang University, STIA LAN Bandung Polytechnic, Padjajaran University and Makassar Islamic University, in an essay competition organized by the Indonesian Business Administration Student Association. (Also read: Four UI Students Win World Tobacco Day Poster Contest)
The next achievement was achieved by the students of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI Albertus Aldo (Mathematics 2019) by winning second place in the Opinion Writing Competition organized by the Ministry of Education and Culture.
The competition was attended by 6,388 students from universities throughout Indonesia. The title of the opinion raised by Aldo is Preventing Future Human Coronavirus Awakening with Antimutagenic Vaccines.
While four UI Bioprocess Engineering students won First Place in the 2020 Process Engineering and Energy Days Competition in the Chemical Product Design Competition (CPDC) competition.
The four students, namely Ananda Bagus Richky Digdaya Putra (FTUI 2016), Agustina Evania Dewi (FTUI 2016), Ajeng Inas Setyorini (FTUI 2016), and Nurul Hikmah Ramadhani (FTUI 2016). The competition was joined by 202 teams selected into 8 teams in the final round.
Next, four students from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia won Third Place in the Pre-Conference Competition of the Asian Medical Students' Conference 2020 branch of the scientific paper competition.
The four students were Ayers Gilberth Ivano Kalaij (FKUI2018), Michael Sugiyanto (FKUI 2018), Valencia Hadinata (FKUI2018), and Ugiadam Farhan Firmansyah (FKUI 2017).
"The competition was attended by 25 teams from six AMSA districts from various universities," said Rosari.
Meanwhile, 2017 Mathematics student Mahesa Oktareza said the essay created with her team was titled Covid-19 Data Transparency: An Initial Effort to Save Indonesia through Mathematical and Spatial Modeling.
"Mathematical modeling is used to predict the curve of ups and downs of Covid-19 sufferers and to determine the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic. While spatial modeling is used to determine a zone of an area seen from the many positive patients of Covid-19, "said Mahesa.
Alif Naufal, another student, said he and the team made an essay on the digital economic in connected society era with the title Looking at the Demographic Bonus Opportunities Through Utilization of Applications to Improve Human Resource Skills and Competencies".
The essay discusses applications that serve to develop themselves that can help Indonesia in preparing bonus demographic opportunities that will be faced by Indonesia.
"The problem raised is the still low Indonesian human capital index based on World Bank data, even though Indonesia is predicted to face demographic bonuses," he said