Friday (23/7), 350 teams of 23rd National Student Sciences Week may take a breath for awhile. The main activity ended on Wednesday (22/7). During the two days (21-22 July) all participants coming from 113 universities across Indonesia presented the report of their creativity program to the jury, including from UGM. The results will be announced on Friday night (23/7) at Taman Budaya, Denpasar.
Fuad Assani, one of the Entrepreneurship Student Creativity Program of UGM team, who presented Bakpia Bekatul after the event admitted the relief that he presented his program before the jury maximally. He hopes his team can win a medal in this event, as well as other UGM teams. "Hopefully the UGM team can achieve the best and bring home the achievement that will boost the university’s good name."
In this activity, UGM sends 145 students that are divided into 34 teams. The teams consisting of nine Entrepreneurship teams, eight Writing Ideas teams, seven Technology teams, six Community Services teams, and four Research teams. In addition to the main activity, UGM team also has the Posters and Products Event team. The activities last three days from July 21-23 at Lila Buana Stadium 2nd Floor, Denpasar. In the event, the UGM team displayed their creativity products. Some of them, the painted veils by students of Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Mushroom ‘Tongseng’ Packages by students of Faculty of Engineering, Fried Nuts Orange Spices, products of Faculty of Medicine students, and White Oyster Mushroom Burger by students of Faculty of Agriculture.
While in the Mahasaraswati University Center, Denpasar, non-product exhibition is also held. The exhibition is followed by 10 universities around Indonesia. In this event, UGM teams display some non-products created by students, including the robot that won the Indonesian National Robot Contest 2010, namely Ironfire, the robot winning the Indonesia Intelligent Robot Contest which will represent Indonesia in the robot contest in San Francisco, Garuda 02 robot that was second winner and Gadjah Made robot which was awarded the Best Design Award in the Indonesian Arts Robot Contest category. Some students’ final test robots are also exhibited, including line follower robot and humanoid robot. Mobile learning program is also displayed.