TGGS visited Binus University in Jakarta, Indonesia

The TGGS delegates visited Binus University in Jakarta, Indonesia to strengthen academic and research collaborations.



During August 10th-11th 2017, Asst. Prof. Dr. Monpilai Narasingha, TGGS Dean, Dr.-Ing. Chayakorn Netramai, TGGS Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs and Asst. Dr.Chaiyod Pirak, Assistant Dean for Industrial Collaborations, visited Binus University in Jakarta, Indonesia to strengthen academic and research collaborations.

The first activity started on August 10th where Dr.-Ing. Chayakorn Netramai gave a talk in the “Create Sharing Knowledge” session with the topic “Multidisciplinary Research and Education for Future Technologies”. The CSK was organized by the School of Computer Science (SoCS) and participants were lecturers and staffs from SoCS.


On the next day, August 11th, all TGGS delegates visited the executive team from Binus university and were welcomed by Mr. Fredy Purnomo, Dean of SoCS, and heads of programs to discuss about areas of potential education and research collaboration between Binus University and TGGS.




The delegates then enjoy the campus and lab tour within Syahdan campus and Anggrek campus in Jakarta. In the afternoon, the TGGS information sharing session took place where information about TGGS study programs and available scholarships were given to interested students and researchers from the engineering departments of Binus University.






Binus University is a private university located in Jakarta, Indonesia. The university was founded on October 21, 1974 as the "Modern Computer Course," a short-term computer training institute, and evolved into a full-scale university with undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate degree programs. It was established as Bina Nusantara University on August 8, 1996.

The School of Computer Science is one of the biggest faculties in Binus University which consists of different departments such as computer science, cyber security, game application and technology, mobile applications and technology, mathematics and statistics, interactive multimedia, just to name a few.