Dr. Bernadetta Kwintiana - Professor, School Of Computer Science

Dr. Bernadetta Kwintiana

  • ProfessorSCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Qualifications:

  • PhD. (Industrial Engineering and Management), MSc. (Industrial Engineering and Management), BSc. (Production Technique and Management)

Areas of expertise:

  • Product Design, including CAD/CAM/CAE, machine design, model-based design with MathLab/Simulink, Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) with SysML, design automation, and Virtual Reality based CAD design | Industrial Engineering, including system and process design, and industrial automation. | Machine Learning for application in the manufacturing and automotive industries, but not limited to, cancer diagnosis and in-silico modelling.

Experience:

12 years teaching and research experiences at universities in Indonesia and Germany, with 3 years prior experience working in the industry. A fellow of Monbukagakusho, Japan as well as The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Germany. Currently, as a Humboldtian and IEEE professional member serves internationally as a research fellow for several European research centres as well as associate editor for Journal of Intelligent Automation and Soft-Computing (Taylor & Francis) and Journal of Applied Soft Computing (Elsevier Science).

Publications:

  • Publishing more than 90 scientific writings in the form of books, book chapters, journal papers, conference papers, and technical reports.
  • Delivering 26 special/industrial lectures and 14 plenary speeches in the international conferences.

Research Experience:

Winning various international research grants and has played roles as lead researcher in 10 international research projects.

Passion:

Discover the beauty and unity of the universe and move along a path of science and technological precision.

Mission:

Bring insight into universal nature to provide an intellectual delight and sense of freedom that would link ideas, disciplines, and nations into a global web of knowledge and cultures.