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The Week of Indonesia-Netherlands Education and Research (WINNER) is an initiative by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Jakarta, Nuffic Neso Indonesia, the Indonesian Academy of Young Scientists (ALMI), the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), and the Dutch Research Council (NWO).

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BINUS University

A world-class university, fostering and empowering the society

Sultan Agung Islamic University

Islamic, Green, Eco, Smart

IPB University

Inspiring Innovation with Integrity in Agriculture, Ocean and Biosciences for a Sustainable World

University of Airlangga

Excellence with Morality

Udayana University

International Programs of Udayana University

University of Indonesia

Learn, Experience & Collaborate

Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana (UKSW)

We are the Creative Minority.

UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta

Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta

ITS Surabaya - Indonesia

Advancing Humanity

Faculty of Dentistry - Hasanuddin University

FKG - UNHAS #unhasku Bersatu #unhasku Kuat #FKGUNggul

Universitas Sumatera Utara

Transformation Towards the Ultimate

Universitas Islam Indonesia

Enshrining values, Enhancing innovations, Enriching benefits

Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia

Decentering Islamic Studies: Towards a New Center in the Study of Islam and Muslim Societies

Parahyangan Catholic University

Be UNPAR’s International Student (BUIS)

UIN Walisongo Semarang

A Leading Islamic Research University Based on Unity of Science for Humanity and Civilization in 2038

Universitas Negeri Malang

Excellence in Learning Innovation

State Islamic University (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

KNOWLEDGE, PIETY, INTEGRITY

Pattimura University

Thrive in Excellence

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Locally Rooted, Globally Respected

Universitas Riau

Universitas Riau is one of the most University in Sumatera Island, Indonesia.

Andi Cudai Nur

The implementation of partner village development research in community empowerment aims to find solutions to increase the number and ability of weaving craftsmen in Tritiro Village, Bontotiro District, Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi by carrying out several stages of activities, namely: (1) planning stage, (2) implementation stage, and (3) evaluation stage. The planning, implementation, and evaluation stages are the stage of preparing everything needed in the implementation of the community development program in increasing the number and ability of weaving craftsmen in partner villages. Analysis of the situation in Tritiro Village was carried out by identifying the problems faced by the local community. The research was carried out with a qualitative approach, through observation, interviews, and documentation. Based on the analysis of the problem and the results of the discussion, it was found that: 1) the success of the family planning program had reduced the population, resulting in a shortage of labor, including weaving craftsmen; 2) many villagers move to cities to work and continue their education, 3) limited availability of skilled workers; 4) creativity development is not optimal and 5) innovation still depends on the government. Keywords: Mitra Village, Skill development of villagers, Solutions to village government problems.

Andre Dani Mawardhi

Subak is an ancient irrigation system which involves traditional and religious aspects in Bali. Regardless of its heritage value, its performance in distributing water for rice is necessary, in terms of water scarcity and food production issues. This study was conducted to assess the performance of Subak Ulumayu and Subak Sembung in 2018/2019. Several spatial dataset were processed using pySEBAL to generate biomass, ET, and T data. Results showed that rice consumed 968-1014 mm water, which resulted 4.87-4.93 tons rice/ha in this season. Most subfields showed relatively good performance, i.e. Relatively Water Deficit <0.2, adequacy >80%, and equity CV<10%, although Relatively Yield Deficit was high and efficiency was slightly low. According to those results, it can be concluded that both Subak irrigation systems are working properly to supply water for rice fields. However, there is a remained challenge to optimize the rice productivity to contribute for national food security.

Tuswadi; Agus Udjianto

Plastic and garbage in general have been long serious problem for humans and environment. People’s awareness in managing plastic garbage is still low and the students at school in term of their awareness toward green world development is also not different. A special technique to educate students to have better way in managing plastic garbage has been made and implemented at a junior high school, SMP N 1 Banjarnegara in Central Java, Indonesia. Using 3 M memilah (selecting), mencuci (washing), and menjual (selling) plastic garbage, students can prevent the plastic garbage go into nature so that they can minimize the degradation of environment in order to build the green world. 3M is found to be effective to make the school always clean and neat and the students become aware of the importance of protecting the nature from plastic garbage.

Stella Juventia

Transformation towards sustainable agriculture requires the design of radically new future farming systems that meet the sustainability objectives for a range of soils, climates, cultures, and local conditions. The optimum design will vary between locations, resulting in a mosaic of optimized systems. We focus on harvesting the mosaic of solutions and innovations that already exist on the ground. We aim to use the Global Network of Lighthouse Farms to gain insights into the multiple pathways of transition toward a more sustainable state. One of the Lighthouse Farms is located in the Netherlands, where we work with strip intercropping systems. Strip cropping, a form of intercropping where two or more crops are grown adjacent to one another in long and narrow multi-row strips, has been shown to deliver a greater range of ecosystem services compared to sole crop references due to increased interspecific crop interactions, spatio-temporal niche differentiation, and higher in-field habitat diversity. The possibility to adjust the strip width to the working width of farmers' existing machines gives strip cropping of cash crops an important implementation advantage over other intercropping practices. Using strip cropping and the case studies on several farms in the Netherlands, we show how co-innovation between science and practitioners is necessary and useful for, together, moving towards more sustainable systems.

Carrina Lim and Y. Yulia

Asia Water Challenge is an innovation competition that inspires young talents in Indonesia to contribute to critical real-life water challenges in their country. It was started and part of the broader Holland Water Challenge program, that has been running in several countries since 2010. The competition and its related activities serve as a “platform” to educate and provide learning mechanism for young generations to the real professional working world. It also supports the business development objectives of the businesses in water sectors in international market setup and connecting businesses with the great young Indonesian talents in water sector and relevant field. Since it is started, there are more than 40 companies and institutions from the Dutch water sector, 30 top universities, and 300 students have participated.

Vincent, Ezra Laluan, Maxwell Tandhika Hardian, Juantaraja Husin Kotan

Bamboo Frames as Substitute of Steel For Concrete Reinforcement Material