Faculty of Geography
Dr. Muhammad Kamal, a distinguished member of the UGM Faculty of Geography, ascended to the rank of professor in the domain of remote sensing of vegetation. His elevation followed his inaugural address, “The Role of Remote Sensing in Nurturing Mangrove Ecosystems Amidst Climate Variability,” delivered Tuesday (Feb.
Professor Projo Danoedoro, a distinguished lecturer at the UGM Faculty of Geography, has been appointed a full professor in remote sensing for landscape ecology. With four decades dedicated to remote sensing, he delivered an inaugural lecture titled “Remote Sensing: Position, Paradigm, and Modeling for Landscape Ecology” during his confirmation ceremony.
Professor Pramaditya Wicaksono has made history at UGM as the youngest full professor, achieving this milestone at the age of 35 years and 11 months.
A triumphant celebration marked the conclusion of the 2024 OLGENAS International Geolympiad, held from Jan.
Mukhamad Ngainul Malawani (31), among the 836 postgraduate program graduates of UGM inaugurated on Wednesday (Jan.
Dr. Djati Mardiatno stepped into a new chapter as he was officially inaugurated as a professor in environmental geomorphology at the UGM Faculty of Geography. The momentous event unfolded on Tuesday (Jan.
Dr. Sukamdi from the UGM Faculty of Geography was inaugurated as a professor of population geography. In his inauguration at the UGM Senate Hall on Thursday (November 16), he delivered a speech titled “Revitalization of Population Policy in Indonesia.” There are several reasons for choosing this topic.
A total of 21 experts from 11 countries discussed global agricultural land restoration amidst the threat of a world food crisis due to the impacts of climate change and land conversion. The meeting, packaged in the G20 Global Land Initiatives Stocktaking Workshop titled “Trigger Change! Innovative Agriculture Solutions for Land Restoration, a Global Course,” took […].
The high incidence of violence against children in schools is increasingly concerning.
The development of Indonesia’s new capital city, Nusantara, can trigger a wave of urbanization.
At the high school level, chemistry is often considered difficult and less attractive to students. Even when teachers explain the material, students tend to have trouble understanding chemistry lessons.
Dr. Danang Sri Hadmoko, a lecturer and researcher at UGM who also serves as the Dean of the Faculty of Geography, has picked up the prestigious Grand Prix Tremplin-ASEAN Prize Award from Les Academies Des Sciences, Institut de France (the French Academy of Sciences).
Facing a global clean water crisis, students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) have researched the culture of Kudus, Central Java, which preserves water in wells and springs through the wisdom of Banyu Penguripan. The scarcity of clean water has become an urgent issue, and this research aims to view local wisdom as a concrete and […].
TikTok has dominated social media in recent years. One unique attraction of the app is the freedom to express oneself through content. Additionally, with the gift feature, viewers can give gifts, essentially monetary donations, to content creators.
Rice barns, commonly known as “Leuit” by the Badui people in Lebak, Banten, serve as storage and preservation units for food supplies. Unlike rice barns used by other tribes, the Badui people’s Leuit embodies the harmonious strength of their community and adheres firmly to their life philosophy. The saying “lojor teu beunang dipotong, pondok teu […].
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has been recognized as the first university in Indonesia to provide certified training for remote pilots of small Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (small UAS) or drones.
As the 2024 Indonesian general election approaches, conflicts and polarization within the country are increasing. Since all elections will be held simultaneously, the issue of security during the polls becomes even more urgent.
Disasters can strike anytime, so efforts to develop mitigation systems are crucial.
The International Conference on Environmental Resources Management (ICERM), organized by the UGM Faculty of Geography, has returned. The international symposium invites experts from various countries to discuss environmental issues.
Professor Pramaditya Wicaksono, a lecturer at the UGM Faculty of Geography, has been honored with the “Best Presenter” award at the 4th International Conference on Integrated Coastal Management & Marine Biotechnology (ICMMBT).
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has added to its roster of professors contributing to various academic fields.
No fewer than 150 geoinformation experts worldwide gathered at the 8th Geoinformation Science Symposium 2023, held at the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).
The UGM Faculty of Geography celebrated its 60th anniversary on Friday (September 1).
Dr. Pramaditya Wicaksono has made history at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) as the youngest professor to be appointed by the university at the age of 35 and 11 months.
A total of 23 students from five countries participated in the Summer Course on Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation (Eco-DRR and CCA) at the UGM Faculty of Geography from August 21-26, 2023.
As a maritime nation, Indonesia has substantial natural resources potential to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In the Sustainable Development Goals Seminar Series #92, maritime experts from the government, the United Nations, and academics gathered on Monday (August 21) to discuss these matters.
The plan for relocating the capital city to Kalimantan Island was announced by President Joko Widodo back in 2019. The construction has been ongoing, and the new capital, Nusantara, was officially inaugurated in Sepaku, Penajam Paser Utara Regency, East Kalimantan Province.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has partnered with the Korea-Indonesia Marine Technology Research and Cooperation Center. The signing of the academic and research cooperation was conducted by the Vice-Rector for Research, Development, and Cooperation, Ignatius Susatyo Wijoyo, and the Director of MTCRC, Dr. Park Hansan, along with Dr.
Muhamad Syirojudin, a doctoral student in Geography at the UGM Faculty of Geography, researched ways to improve the use of geostatistical models of regional geomagnetic fields as a reference for the public. He developed a web-based application, the Earth’s magnetic field calculator.
The UGM Faculty of Geography, through the Department of Development Geography, ignited a discussion on the sustainability of marine ecosystems themed “Seagrass as a Nature-based Solution for Achieving SDGs Targets” in the 90th SDGs Seminar Series held on Wednesday, June 28.