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07 July 2017
Teams from Food Science and Technology, Bogor Agricultural University Won DSDC International Competition in Las Vegas, USA

Developing Solutions for Developing Countries (DSDC) is an annual international competition held by Institute of Food Technologists Student Association (IFTSA) corresponding with the Annual International Conference and Food Expo by Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) United State of America. This event was attended by thousands of researchers, academician, students, businessman, and international scientific community from over than 75 countries. IFT is an association in the United States of America which members includes professionals and experts of food science and technology from around the world.

 

DSDC Competition is aimed to explore undergraduate and graduate students’ creativity in applying food science and technology to develop new food products in order to find solution over problems which exist in developing countries, especially those in related to food, nutrition, and health. DSDC celebrates its 9th year in 2017 with the theme of “New Food Product Development by the Utilization of Groundnut By-products”

 

The participants of DSDC came from various universities from around the world. DSDC consists of two stages of selection, pre-proposal and full proposal. In the first stage, the team of judges selected from 40 pre-proposals received. The judging includes criteria such as, food product concept, originality, technical problem solving, quality and safety of food product, social-economic impact, and economic feasibility. The judges select six finalists that needs to write full proposal. The chosen six finalists are:

 

1. Chinut (Bogor Agricultural University): Olivia Mellyana Tjiptoputri, Sylvia Indriani, Muhammad Anwari Sugiharto (Undergraduate of Food Science and Technology)

2. Guini (Universidad de Costa Rica): Stephanie Araya, Tatiana Fuentes, Ana Ligia Vargas, Mariana Wilson

3. Nutles (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Meichen Pan, Fang Tham, Vanessa Aileen, Stephanie Chen, Amanda Krueger, Abigail Krentz, Kory Anderson

4. Pikin Mix (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo): Kaylie Lemon, Tara Egigian, Andrew Breece, Anissa Lee)

5. P-Noodl (Bogor Agricultural University): I Dewa Gede Agung Sastrawan Negara Putra, Gita Giantina, Indra Purnomo (Undergraduate of Food Science and Technology)

6. PeRoti (Wageningen University): Max Wijkamp, Saffiera Kerleen 

 

The final presentation was held on Tuesday, 27th June 2017 in Sands Expo, Las Vegas with Janam Pandya (University of Massachusetts Amherst) as chair competition. The judges represent various food industries which consists of Diliara Iassonova (Food Service & Innovation, Lead, Oils & Shortening R&D, Cargill), Janice Johnson (Application/Technical Service Leader, Cargill), Siow Ying Tan (Principal Scientist, PepsiCo), Shintaro Pang (R&D Scientist, General Mills), Sarah Scholl (Bakery Application Manager, Tate & Lyle), Kathryn Kitchen (Associate Food Scientist, Tate & Lyle), dan Upasana Hariram (Research Project Leader, Merieux Nutrisciences).

 

Based on the assessment of full proposal, presentation, and Q&A session, the team of judges concludes three teams as winners, which are:

  1. First Place: Guini, Universidad de Costa Rica
  2. Second Place: P-Noodl, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
  3. Third Place: Chinut, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

 

Congratulations to the two teams of Bogor Agricultural University for reaching this international achievement, as well as bringing fame and pride to the university and Department of Food Science and Technology in the international forum. Thank you for the team advisors (Dr. Adil Basuki Ahza, Dr. Nancy Dewi Yuliana, Dr. Azis Boing Sitanggang, Uswatun hasanah,MSi, Dr. Nugraha E Suyatma, Dr. Feri Kusnandar) and all lecturers from Food Science and Technology Department that has supported the delegation. Our gratitude also to the sponsors that has given their support to IPB Delegation in their departure to Las Vegas (Ditmawa IPB, PT Indofood Sukses Makmur, Rich’s, Chandra Asri Petrochemical, PT Nippon Indosari Corpindo, dan PT Kalbe Nutritionals).

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07 July 2017
Teams from Food Science and Technology, Bogor Agricultural University Won DSDC International Competition in Las Vegas, USA

Developing Solutions for Developing Countries (DSDC) is an annual international competition held by Institute of Food Technologists Student Association (IFTSA) corresponding with the Annual International Conference and Food Expo by Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) United State of America. This event was attended by thousands of researchers, academician, students, businessman, and international scientific community from over than 75 countries. IFT is an association in the United States of America which members includes professionals and experts of food science and technology from around the world.

 

DSDC Competition is aimed to explore undergraduate and graduate students’ creativity in applying food science and technology to develop new food products in order to find solution over problems which exist in developing countries, especially those in related to food, nutrition, and health. DSDC celebrates its 9th year in 2017 with the theme of “New Food Product Development by the Utilization of Groundnut By-products”

 

The participants of DSDC came from various universities from around the world. DSDC consists of two stages of selection, pre-proposal and full proposal. In the first stage, the team of judges selected from 40 pre-proposals received. The judging includes criteria such as, food product concept, originality, technical problem solving, quality and safety of food product, social-economic impact, and economic feasibility. The judges select six finalists that needs to write full proposal. The chosen six finalists are:

 

1. Chinut (Bogor Agricultural University): Olivia Mellyana Tjiptoputri, Sylvia Indriani, Muhammad Anwari Sugiharto (Undergraduate of Food Science and Technology)

2. Guini (Universidad de Costa Rica): Stephanie Araya, Tatiana Fuentes, Ana Ligia Vargas, Mariana Wilson

3. Nutles (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Meichen Pan, Fang Tham, Vanessa Aileen, Stephanie Chen, Amanda Krueger, Abigail Krentz, Kory Anderson

4. Pikin Mix (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo): Kaylie Lemon, Tara Egigian, Andrew Breece, Anissa Lee)

5. P-Noodl (Bogor Agricultural University): I Dewa Gede Agung Sastrawan Negara Putra, Gita Giantina, Indra Purnomo (Undergraduate of Food Science and Technology)

6. PeRoti (Wageningen University): Max Wijkamp, Saffiera Kerleen 

 

The final presentation was held on Tuesday, 27th June 2017 in Sands Expo, Las Vegas with Janam Pandya (University of Massachusetts Amherst) as chair competition. The judges represent various food industries which consists of Diliara Iassonova (Food Service & Innovation, Lead, Oils & Shortening R&D, Cargill), Janice Johnson (Application/Technical Service Leader, Cargill), Siow Ying Tan (Principal Scientist, PepsiCo), Shintaro Pang (R&D Scientist, General Mills), Sarah Scholl (Bakery Application Manager, Tate & Lyle), Kathryn Kitchen (Associate Food Scientist, Tate & Lyle), dan Upasana Hariram (Research Project Leader, Merieux Nutrisciences).

 

Based on the assessment of full proposal, presentation, and Q&A session, the team of judges concludes three teams as winners, which are:

  1. First Place: Guini, Universidad de Costa Rica
  2. Second Place: P-Noodl, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
  3. Third Place: Chinut, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

 

Congratulations to the two teams of Bogor Agricultural University for reaching this international achievement, as well as bringing fame and pride to the university and Department of Food Science and Technology in the international forum. Thank you for the team advisors (Dr. Adil Basuki Ahza, Dr. Nancy Dewi Yuliana, Dr. Azis Boing Sitanggang, Uswatun hasanah,MSi, Dr. Nugraha E Suyatma, Dr. Feri Kusnandar) and all lecturers from Food Science and Technology Department that has supported the delegation. Our gratitude also to the sponsors that has given their support to IPB Delegation in their departure to Las Vegas (Ditmawa IPB, PT Indofood Sukses Makmur, Rich’s, Chandra Asri Petrochemical, PT Nippon Indosari Corpindo, dan PT Kalbe Nutritionals).

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25 April 2016
S1 Department of ITP - Fateta , IPB has managed to get Re -Approval of IFT - USA

Study Program Bachelor of Food Technology, Department of Food Science and Technology , Fateta - IPB has managed to get Re -Approval of the Institute of Food Technologyst , USA for the period 2015-2020 with the following comment “Bogor has a very rich and diverse set of assessment strategies that have been applied against a well thought out set of learning outcomes that go beyond IFT requirements. Bogor is a model program showing the benefits of this approach to improving education

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04 November 2015
Towards a Green Campus, IPB Limits Vehicles in Campus

to realize the Green Campus program, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) will impose new policy, banning the use of all the vehicles air-fuel oil (BBM) on the scope or area of ​​IPB, DRAMAGA.This policy will apply to the entire campus community (employees and students) and also the guests who visited the IPB.

Later or as a substitute for, the IPB provides bicycles, electric cars and gas-fueled buses to transport around IPB.

Officially, this new policy will come into effect in October. However, as stated by the Director of Business and Partnership IPB, and Chairman of the Committee Anniversary IPB to -52, Meika Syahbana Rusly, the tests will be conducted for one month, skaligus as socialization efforts.

"Tomorrow's opening coincided with the anniversary of IPB ke- 52, will be the launch of the Green Campus, in which the prohibition of the use of air-fuel vehicles in the Campus IPB," he said, today.

Meika explained, this is the first Green Campus is the use of environmentally friendly transportation or movement of the person using or wearing a bike on campus. Second, the environment fueled vehicles, and buses made bajar mobillistrik gas.

"There will be a ban on air-fuel cars, ranging from today's test try will be made until September. The ban is official, will be enacted in October,".

As a support / support, IPB provide 1,500 bicycles, electric cars there are 44 units and for buses supplied 20 gas-fueled buses.

"The bike will be used point to point. There shalter and special parking. Parking we provide three locations. The one we provide in the rear entrance and two dibpintu front entrance,".

Meika mentioned, the implementation will be enforced system last cash or put on the card. "Tapcash. These cards will be used employee, student. Also for guests who come to the IPB," he said.

For this program was not geratis or rather commercialized. Each cardholder must pay. "Employees do not pay because he serves, while for students because it is served so pay. For that is able to pay, just for underprivileged students do not. For the amount we are studying. For overall system subsidized IPB," he explained.

Anniversary

While the opening of the 52nd Anniversary will be held 1 September (tomorrow) new admissions multisastra unison. 52 new admissions force consisting of students of diploma, undergraduate students and students pascasarjana.Acara program will begin at 07:00 pm in the Field Dramaga Campus Gymnasium.

This activity will involve as many as 4,000 students S1, S0 2200 students and 1750 graduate students.

On September 2, the open session agenda (scientific papers). Speech and presentation material will be delivered scientifically by the Chairman of the Regional Representatives Council (DPD). The theme "Triumph Maritime IPB for Indonesia, at the Auditorium of Andi Hakim Nasution, Rector IPB, DRAMAGA.

The series of anniversary activities continue. On September 3, his, will be held IPB Investment Summit. This event is an event business meeting to bring together potential business with IPB, with regard to the results of research and innovation that is ready for application / adopted commercially.

"IPB will offer a presentation to investors. For that is proactive. At Hotel Sultan, Jakarta. The issue is change challenges become opportunities. From a sluggish economy to innovation-based economy. The event will be attended by about 300 people," said Meika.

Another agenda of the circuit Anniversary IPB-52 continued on 4 to 6 September. On 4 to 6, will be held Agri Symphony. This event meliputu seminar Pimpi 2015, ISEE: Cultural Night, Festival Chicken Pelung National 2015, Animal Day, Mechanical Biosystems Fair, Open House 52, Gema Marine Fisheries, IPB's Awarding Night, IPB Serving, Gebyar archipelago, Competition Jingle Agri Syimphony, Competition Caricature and Competition Grafiffity. This event is focused on Dramaga Campus.

On September 5, will be held the evening show appreciation, appreciation to the community of IPB works dihasilan innovation. The event titled Tribute to Innovator. A gala dinner and concert that will bring old singer Edit G Ade in IPB Intetnational Convention Center, Botanical Square. "It's more to reflection and travel IPB. That's why we give the theme" Reflection, Travel and Love ", seven years of IPB's number one producer of many innovative, award of the IP, IPB most most widely released the results of innovation is applied. And the IPB campus Best 3rd, after ITB and UGM, ".

Then on September 5 to 6 will also be held People's Farmers Market and Healthy Morning Walk and Festival Campus.

According to Sabrina, students of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FKH) IPB, which became one of the committee organizers, circuit Farmers Market participants Anniversary IPB involving farmers. Later there were 60 farmers who will sell their products. This event will be held in the Campus IPB Baranangsiang.

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