Tentative Schedule

This is the tentative schedule of 5th ICEVT 2018, Any further change will be notified. The presenter name in the parallel session is marked with an asterisk

30OCT 2018
8:00 - 8:30Ballroom 2

Registration

8:30 - 8:40Ballroom 2

Opening by MC

8:40 - 8:50Ballroom 2

Welcoming Speech


  • Prof. Pekik A. Dahono – General Chairman of the Conference (ICPERE-ICEVT)

  • Prof. Dr. Ravik Karsidi – Rector of Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • 8:50 - 9:00Ballroom 2

    Opening Speech


  • Thomas Crehan – Education Office Director, USAID Indonesia

  • Dr. Jaka Sembiring – Dean of School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Institut Teknologi Bandung
  • 9:00 - 9:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 1

    Dr. Hubert Friedl – Senior Product Manager, Gasoline Engine Power System, AVL Austria

    "Range Extender Technology for Electric Vehicles"

    The demand for improved fuel economy and the request for Zero Emission within cities require complex powertrains with an increasing level of electrification already in a short-termed timeframe until 2025. According to general expectations the demand for Hybrid powertrains will increase significantly within a broad range of implementation through all vehicle classes as well as on battery electric vehicles (BEV) mainly for use in urban areas.

    For a broad acceptance of battery electric vehicles, the trade- off between all electric range and battery cost respectively weight represents the most important challenge. The all electric range obtained under real world conditions most often deviates significantly from the nominal value which is measured under idealized conditions. Under extreme conditions – slow traffic and demanding requirements for cabin heating or cooling – the electrical range might become less a question of spatial distance but even more of total operation time.

    As long as no sufficient charging infrastructure is available, measures for BEV have to applied to avoid “Range Anxiety” of the user. This may be additional battery capacity, which is increasing cost and weight proportionally to requested range. Alternatively, a so-called Range Extender (RE) with internal combustion engine (ICE) may be integrated, of course also increasing cost and weight, but independent from requested driving range.

    In the last years AVL has developed several solutions for electrification of the powertrain as well as Range Extenders for battery electric vehicles. The different solutions cover REXs with Rotary engine, 2- and single cylinder engines derived from motorcycle applications. In the present paper, the different solutions are described and the priorities for application as well as practical use are explained.

    9:30 - 10:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 2

    Eddie Widiono, M.Sc. – Founder, Indonesia Smart Grid Initiative (PJCI)

    "Smartgrid Development in Indonesia"

    Indonesia’s Power Sector is entering an era of Big Shift. Primed by concerns over Climate Change, the Big Shift is happening in the form of decarbonization ( i.e. shift from fossils to renewable) and digitalization. Such shift would require a lot of investment in infrastructures, human capital and knowledge, with Smart-Grid as the enabling technology. Yet those investments and billion of dollars worth of assets could easily be undermined by attacks from individuals , organizations even by states with various motives. It is therefore imperative to start Smart Grid Development with Cybersecurity in mind starting from the earliest possible. This paper describes the potential attack vector of Smart Grid Technology, the current myth and false beliefs that underlying the sluggish development in its defense effort, and how Indonesia could overcome this challenge by integrating cybersecurity philosophy in Smart-Grid policy, planning, organization structure and Procedures.

    10:00 - 10:30Ballroom 2

    Coffee Break

    10:30 - 11:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 3

    Yui Hastoro Sapardyanto – Director, PT. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia

    "Challenges of Automotive Sector for Sustainable Society"

    Recently, the automobile industry has focused on increasingly severe environmental issues. Both the reduction of CO2 and the promotion of alternative energy sources have become of immediate importance, and thereby, demands for next-generation vehicles have been growing. We as Toyota decided that being a leading company of in the industrial society, we have to set our own ambitious targets to contribute to the sustainability of nature and quality of life, rather than just fulfil regulations set by the authorities. In October 2015, Toyota Motor Corporation announced the Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050 about “Zero CO2 Emission”.

    Toyota has introduced several hybrid vehicles (HVs) since 1997, and has recently been developing plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHVs), electric vehicles (EVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). In the short to medium term, we will continue to secure reduction of CO2 emissions by introducing the new powertrains, including hybrid powertrains. However, to achieve the significant CO2 reduction, ZEV expansion is necessary for long term.

    To realize the sustainable energy society what we aim to do is to use of electricity generated from renewable energy and also how to storage and transport it to the users. We need to make strategy in order to popularization of next generation vehicles, such as EVs and FCVs that use those energy. At the same time, it is necessary to improve efficiency of conventional vehicles and hybrid vehicles that use fossil fuels as energy, depending on the needs of each region and customers. Furthermore, we think it is also necessary to make efforts to capture the emitted CO2 and reproduce it as fuel.

    Toyota believe that to achieve sustainable mobility cannot be solved by automotive industry alone. All related parties (Government, Academia, Energy Industry) must cooperate together and work on joint research and development, and infrastructure improvement.

    11:00 - 11:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 4

    Dr. Sigit Puji Santosa – Director, National Center for Sustainable Transportation Technology, Indonesia

    "Roadmap Toward Sustainable Electric Based Transportation"

    Transportation system in the developed and emerging countries offers both challenges and opportunities. Many transportation issues post incredible challenges to resolve problems in infrastructure development, traffic congestion, environmental impact, and growing demand on the fast mobility of people and goods. These transportation issues have shown un-sustainable signs for the economic development, such as high level of traffic congestion, dependence on non-renewable energy resources (fossil fuel), and high level of pollution. On the other hand, the solution for the transportation issues will create a great opportunity for the development of new transportation system that will be part of the 4th wave of the technology and innovation revolution. A new technology that will create low energy consumption, low emission, low noise, and low environmental impact will be the best solution for the next generation of transportation system. This revolution will begin in the year 2025 and beyond.

    The electric based transportation technology will be the main building block for a sustainable transportation system. There are two critical paths on the application of the electric based transport technology: First on the mass transport such as Light Rail Transport and Mass Rapid Transit (LRT/MRT) to resolve the traffic congestion. Second application should be implemented on the passenger vehicles to resolve emission and pollution. A study conducted by NCSTT researchers in 2017 on the transportation cost due to the traffic congestion in Jakarta amounted to Rp. 31 Trillion per year, or for Indonesia it can reach Rp. 100 Trillion per year.

    A roadmap for the development of the electric based transportation will include the development of the technologies that will resolve the availability of the reserved energy storage system (RESS), electric drivetrain, and charging infrastructure. The NCSTT consortium of 7 Indonesian Universities and MIT led by ITB funded by USAID/SHERA Program has developed a roadmap for the electric based transportation system to be implemented in Indonesia. The roadmap also includes the development of the lightweight vehicle structure, vehicle electrification technology, instrumentation and control, transit oriented development (TOD), as well as regulation and policy development for the electric based transportation. The new wave of the electric based transport industries will provide a high impact on economy since it will create very high economic multiplier effect (up to 10 times). Therefore, the race for the next generation electric based transport is critical to maintain the sustainable economic development.

    11:30 - 12:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 5

    Tokunosuke Ito, Ph.D. – Founder, President & CEO Toku Industry Inc., Fuji Electric Company, Ltd

    Title: TBD

    Abstract: TBD

    12:00 - 12:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 6

    Dr. Thomas Suhartanto – Principal Oil and Gas Research, PT. Pertamina (Persero)

    "Pertamina Model for Promoting Innovation through Collaboration with Universities"

    There were situations within the company, in which a combination of research and development ideas pulled by operational and development need in one hand, and development of junior staffs, equipment and infrastructure and need for implementing ideas into activities on the other hand, could only be solved only by collaboration with right partners. Through a carefully competence mapping and partner selection, initially for potential R&D partnership within the country and in the future also in international level, Pertamina has set ups collaboration based on priorities area for more efficient operation, improve competitiveness of existing products and also develop new products and technology in certain area for future business need and growth. Latest trends and development on electrification in transportation sector is presented as an example for promoting innovation through collaboration with universities by Pertamina. In this case, collaboration on innovation known as triple helix model, an academic, business and government, has been starting with partner universities having products and technology development stages those are much closed to the market. All projects of collaborations are grouped within a certain defined value-chain of selected business

    12:30 - 13:30Restaurant

    Lunch Break

    13:45 - 14:00Meeting Room 9

    Robust Optimal Control for Train Operation of 2-Car AGT (Automated Guide-way Transit) in Automatic People Movers System

    Hermanto* and Endra Joelianto

    Submission-ID: 3
    Topic: Control System

    14:00 - 14:15Meeting Room 9

    Optimal Control for Autonomous Navigation of a Truck System

    Lucas Elbert Suryana* and Endra Joelianto

    Submission-ID: 4
    Topic: Control System

    14:15 - 14:30Meeting Room 9

    Experimental Modeling of a Quadrotor UAV Using an Indoor Local Positioning System

    Muhammad Arifin*, Rival Santosa, Yul Nazaruddin, Augie Widyotriatmo and Tua Tamba

    Submission-ID: 26
    Topic: Control System

    14:30 - 14:45Meeting Room 9

    Development of Static and Dynamic Online Measurement System for Ground Vehicles

    Ignatius Pulung Nurprasetio, Bentang Arief Budiman, Muhammad Aziz, and Ahmad Alfin Afwan*

    Submission-ID: 21
    Topic: Control System

    14:45 - 15:00Meeting Room 9

    Modeling and Analysis of Lateral Control System on Electronic Differential for 2-Independent- Wheel-Drive Electric Urban Bus

    Joga Dharma Setiawan*, Ismoyo Haryanto, Indra Sutanto and Munadi Munadi

    Submission-ID: 41
    Topic: Control System

    15:00 - 15:30Each Meeting Room

    Coffee Break

    13:45 - 14:00Meeting Room 10

    Design and Optimization of Solar, Wind, and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Hybrid Power Plant for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station in Rural Area

    Muhammad Nizam and Fx Rian Wicaksono*

    Submission-ID: 51
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    14:00 - 14:15Meeting Room 10

    Preliminary Study of Graphite Rod Pre-treatment in H2O2/H2SO4 Mixture Solution on the Synthesized Graphene by Electrochemical Exfoliation Method

    Ferry Iskandar, Oktaviardi Bityasmawan Abdillah*, Tirta Rona Mayangsari and Akfiny Hasdi Aimon

    Submission-ID: 19
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    14:15 - 14:30Meeting Room 10

    Enhancing the Electrical Conductivity of Graphene Oxide Reduced by L-Ascorbic Acid via Microwave- Assisted Method

    Ferry Iskandar, Juwansyah Sasmita, Tirta Rona Mayangsari, Akfiny Hasdi Aimon and Retno Maharsi*

    Submission-ID: 20
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    14:30 - 14:45Meeting Room 10

    Synthesis and Characterization Of LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Cathode Material Via Co-Precipitation Method With Green Chelating Agents

    Ike Puji Lestari, Anisa Raditya Nurohmah, Muhammad Nur Ikhsanudin, Cornelius Satria Yudha, Hendri Widiyandari and Agus Purwanto

    Submission-ID: 23
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    14:45 - 15:00Meeting Room 10

    Comparative Study of LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Cathode Material Synthesis methods towards their Structure Characteristics

    Karina Diah Rosa Ekawati, Asih Purwanti Sholikah, Scila Ardanari Santoso, Cornelius Satria Yudha, Hendri Widiyandari and Agus Purwanto

    Submission-ID: 24
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    15:00 - 15:30Each Meeting Room

    Coffee Break

    15:30 - 15:45Meeting Room 9

    Nonlinear stability analysis of vehicle side-slip dynamics using SOS programming

    Tua Tamba and Yul Yunazwin Nazaruddin*

    Submission-ID: 42
    Topic: Control System

    15:45 - 16:00Meeting Room 9

    Implementation IBEV Model and Its Speed Control Applications in Molina ITB for Energy Efficiency

    Rina Ristiana*, Arief Syaichu-Rohman, Agus Purwadi, Carmadi Machbub, Estiko Rijanto and Hilwadi Hindersah

    Submission-ID: 43
    Topic: Control System

    16:00 - 16:15Meeting Room 9

    Port Container Truck Localization Using Sensor Fusion Technique

    Adi Suparyanto*, Rini Nur Fatimah, Yul Yunazwin Yunazwin Nazaruddin and Augie Widyotriatmo

    Submission-ID: 44
    Topic: Control System

    16:15 - 16:30Meeting Room 9

    Application Of Wavelet Transformation Symlet Type And Coiflet Type For Partial Discharge Signals Denoising

    Arpan Zaeni*, Tria Kasna Lestari, and Umar Khayam

    Submission-ID: 47
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    16:30 - 16:45Meeting Room 9

    Optimal Placement of Unified Power Flow Controllers (UPFC) for Losses Reduction and Improve Voltage Stability Based on Sensitivity Analysis in 500 kV Java-Bali Electrical Power System

    Chico Hermanu B A, Muhammad Nizam and Fasda Ilhaq Robbani*

    Submission-ID: 46
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    16:45 - 17:00Meeting Room 9

    Study of Supercapacitor Utilization on Regenerative Braking System: Design and Simulation

    Diaz Angga Permana*, Umar Sholahuddin, Tri Desmana Rachmildha, and Deny Hamdani

    Submission-ID: 56
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    17:00 - 17:15Meeting Room 9

    A Study of A Three Phase Induction Motor Performances Controlled by Indirect Vector and Predictive Torque Control

    Ahmad Antares Adam*, Agus Purwadi, Arief Syaichu Rohman and Yanuarsyah Haroen

    Submission-ID: 29
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    15:30 - 15:45Meeting Room 10

    Charging Quality of 100 Amperhours Battery Using a Silicon Photovoltaic at Different Altitude in Semarang Region

    Sulistyo*, Yoga Darma Setiawan, Deni Fajar Fitriyana, and Sjafirialdi Prathama

    Submission-ID: 12
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    15:45 - 16:00Meeting Room 10

    Real-Time Comparison of Electromechanical and Thyristor- Switched Capacitor Banks for Improving Power Factor in Lead- Acid Battery Manufacturing Industry

    Muhammad Nizam and Fx. Rian Wicaksono*

    Submission-ID: 50
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:00 - 16:15Meeting Room 10

    Goal Programming Model for Capital Budgeting Investment of Lithium Accumulator Production Unit for Motorcycle

    Cecilia Intan Wijayanti, Wahyudi Sutopo and Roni Zakaria

    Submission-ID: 10
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:15 - 16:30Meeting Room 10

    Model Based Simulation for Hybrid Fuel Cell/Battery/Ultracapacitor Electric Vehicle

    Inayati Inayati*, Hery Tri Waloyo, Hamdani Saidi, Muhammad Nizam

    Submission-ID: 52
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:30 - 16:45Meeting Room 10

    Development of Engine Power Capacity Calculation Method for Range Extender and Case Study in Medium-Size Electric Bus

    Iman Kartolaksono Reksowardojo, Granto Natama Putra*, Widodo Budi Santoso, Agus Purwadi and Ignatius Pulung Nurprasetio

    Submission-ID: 57
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:45 - 17:00Meeting Room 10

    Dimensional and parametric studies on thermal behavior of Li-ion Batteries

    Evan Philander*, Bentang Arief Budiman, Muhammad Aziz and Poetro Sambegoro

    Submission-ID: 53
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    17:00 - 17:15Meeting Room 10

    A stability improvement of rechargeable Zn-air batteries by introducing thiourea and polyethylenimine as electrolyte additives

    Afriyanti Sumboja* and Poetro Lebdo Sambegoro

    Submission-ID: 59
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    19:00 - 21:00Ballroom 2

    Banquet: Gala Dinner

    31OCT 2018
    7:30 - 8:00Ballroom 2

    Registration

    8:00 - 8:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 7

    Dr. Eng. Agus Purwanto – Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Sebelas Maret, Indonesia

    "Lithium Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles"

    Battery is an electrically connected electrochemical cell designed with conducting fittings to generate and store electrical energy. Based on the operation, battery could be classified as primary battery and secondary battery. Primary battery is non-rechargeable because the redox reaction is irreversible. Secondary battery is considered as rechargeable battery due to its reversible reaction and considered as energy storage. One of developing technologies for energy storage device is lithium ion (Li-ion) battery.

    Lithium ion battery is currently developed energy storage due to relatively high energy density, making it the lightest battery among other previous, no memory effect, long life cycle, high charge/discharge rate, environmentally friendly, and safer. The main components of batteries are anode, cathode, electrolyte, and separator. Lithium ion batteries have some designs such as cylinder, coin, prismatic, and pouch. Lithium ion batteries are commonly used in electronic devices as energy storage. The devices that dependent on such energy storage are namely laptop, smartphones, and digital camera and other wireless gadgets. Currently, lithium ion batteries also applied in electric vehicles which sets foundation for new designs, characteristics, performance, and cost optimization in automotive technology.

    Electric Vehicles is all kind of vehicles which utilize electrical motors such as battery electric vehicle (BEV) or Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV). To supply the demand of energy storage systems for high energy and power density electric vehicles, a battery module is needed. Battery module consists of interconnected lithium ion batteries in series or parallel. Next, battery modules are arranged to make battery pack which could generate the desired power and energy needed by the electric vehicles.

    Lithium ion battery pack applied in electric vehicle need a set of electrical connection in the form of Battery Management System (BMS). BMS is a system that keep battery operating in desired condition and could be used to optimize battery performance hence battery damage risk could be avoided. Battery damage could be caused by undesired operating condition such as overcharge, overcurrent, overdischarge and overheat. These conditions are harmful toward the material inside the battery which causing a decreasing State of Charge (SOC) and State of Health (SOH) values.

    8:30 - 9:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 8

    Dr. Andy Noorsaman Sommeng, DEA – Directorate General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM)

    "Government Policy the Republic of Indonesia to Support the Development of Renewable Energy"

    Abstract: TBD

    9:00 - 9:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 9

    Amir Rosidin – Director of Central Java Regional Business, PT. PLN (Persero)

    "Accommodating Renewable Energy From Utility Perspective"

    PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) as a state-owned electricity company is responsible to fulfill the requirement to increase the renewable energy proportion in the energy mix of 23% by 2025 as mandated by the government. According to the latest status of Renewable Energy Development in PLN, the penetration of Renewable Energy in energy mix is approximately 11,68% of the total capacity from PLN’s power generation across Indonesia. As a utility company PLN has to take into consideration the trade-off between PLN as business entity and the renewable electricity mandate given by the government. PLN has already identified several impactful factors that could be detrimental towards the implementation of renewable energy. These factors such as: reliability risk, intermittency, use of local content, and the perception that renewable energy is disruptive for utility company. Notwithstanding the fact that renewable energy implementation is facing several abovementioned problems and challenges, PLN has been preparing a number of strategies that could likely encounter those factors. The strategies in order to mitigate the potential problem caused by Renewable Energy implementation can be divided into two approaches: technical and contractual. From technical perspective, the strategies such as: overcoming the intermittency of variable renewable energy by installing the predicting devices, and installing frequency and voltage reliability to maintain reliability. Meanwhile, from contractual perspective PLN has to add more flexibility to the contract of base-load and load-follower Power Generation. According to RUPTL 2018-2027, there will be a significant increase of renewable energy power generation capacity which is expected to reach 26,67% of proportion in energy mix by 2027. In particular, variable renewable energy is also expected to grow fast and contribute significantly to the total energy generated from green power plant. The fast-growing renewable energy development is inevitable. The utility company should be ready for any changes in its business affected by renewable energy development. The involvement of utility company in implementing Renewable Energy Technology is of paramount importance; therefore PLN is committed to support the renewable energy development in the future.

    9:30 - 10:00Ballroom 2

    Coffee Break

    10:00 - 10:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 10

    Polana B. Pramesthi – Deputy Director of Airport, Ministry of Transportation

    Title: TBD

    Abstract: TBD

    10:30 - 11:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 11

    Prof. Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz – Director, Institute of Transport Infrastructure for Smart Mobility, UTP

    "Free-piston linear generator (FPLG) as an auxiliary power unit (APU) for electric vehicles (EVs)?"

    The travelling distance of EV is generally limited to the amount of energy stored in its battery packs. An on-board APU would be able to increase this travelling distance and at the same time addresses issues in EV implementation such as overall vehicle cost of EV and recharging infrastructure. An APU could double the travelling distance while introducing a slight weight penalty to the overall vehicle weight, as oppose to increasing overall vehicle weight with additional battery packs. Most studies on APU are using internal combustion engines and generator as the on-board charging system. Herein lies the opportunity to improve the APU by considering free-piston linear generator engine technology as an APU for EV.

    An FPLG would theoretically be the most versatile engine in the world. This engine would be able to run on any type of fuel (diesel, gasoline, natural gas or syngas) and would be the smallest and lightest for the same power output. This is due to the engine having only a single moving element – the translator, which typically carries a series of permanent magnets and reciprocate within two opposing combustion chambers. Backed by a decade of experience in developing free-piston linear generator engines, the team at the Centre for Automotive Research and Electric Mobility (CAREM) UTP is collaborating with renown partners such as the Sir Harry Ricardo Lab (SCRL) at University of Brighton, and Libertine PLC as the industry partner to create what will be a game-changer in the automotive and power-generation industry.

    The current search for new efficient power generation solutions is driven by Intense focus on sustainable future which addresses issues related to operating cost, emissions and carbon footprint. The novel FPLG device will address these issues with the latest technology to be developed by CAREM and its partners.

    11:00 - 11:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 12

    Prof. Eniya Listiani Dewi – Deputy for Information, Energy, And Material Technology, Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT)

    "Hydrogen Power System"

    Indonesia, an archipelago nation situated between the Indian and the Pacific Oceans, is currently transitioning itself from being a commodities export economy, into the one driven by manufacturing and investment, particularly after becoming a net oil importer in 2004. With an average GDP growth of between five to six percent of the past decade, Indonesia has to meet the increasing demand of electricity. Indonesia therefore develops power plants and its distribution program aimed at combined capacity of 35,847 MW by 2019, more than 75 percent of which would be constructed by independent power producers (IPPs), while the rest would be the responsibility of state electricity firm PLN. The total capital expenditure is expected to reach about Rp. 1,000 trillion.

    Such a substantial capital spending is expected to benefit local economy through the enactment of local content rule as specified in the Ministry of Industry regulation no. 54/2012. However, recent survey by independent surveyor revealed that the overall local content is less than 20%. This condition has exacerbated the current account deficit this year and it has prompted the government to form special taskforce called P3DN to implement and monitor such a rule. Strict monitoring alone however is not an immediate solution as the problem is complex than it was previously thought. BPPT is therefore proposing optimizing the local content in the electricity generation and distribution by carrying out detail engineering process locally, standardizing the power plant specifications and assisting the local power plant equipment manufacturers to acquire licenses.

    This will not only protect the local manufacturers to supply equipment for conventional thermal power plants and electricity distribution, but also to provide unique answers tailored for Indonesian geographical conditions and uneven electricity demand distribution. Solutions to form design institutes that provide standardized engineering design power plant such as small-scale modular biomass, geothermal, and possible floating thermal power plant could be on the table. Recent example of small-scale geothermal power plant designed by BPPT in Kamojang geothermal field shows that optimum local content of about 70% is attainable. This idea however, requires close partnerships among stakeholders including PT PLN, government line ministries as well as among communities in the academia.

    11:30 - 12:00Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 13

    Henhen Krisantiyuda – Indonesia Subsidiaries Powergen Sales Manager, PT MTU Indonesia

    "MTU Onsite Energy Generator Set from RRPS (Rolls Royce Power Systems)"

    Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company. Rolls-Royce Power Systems, a division of Rolls-Royce plc, is a world leader in engines and propulsion systems and distributed power generation plants. Under MTU Brand, we develop and produce high-speed engines and propulsion systems for ship and heavy land, rail and defence vehicles, as well as drive systems for use in the oil and gas industry and in power generation. Under the MTU Onsite Energy Brand, we built diesel gensets for emergency, base-load and peak-load power requirements, as well as co-generations plants for combined heat and power based on gas engines, Operating under the Rolls-Royce brand in Bergen, Norway. We also develop and produce medium-speed engines for marine and power generation applications. PT MTU Indonesia, a wholly owned subsidiary of MTU Asia Pte.Ltd, Singapore and MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH, Germany is authorized to represent and supply products of MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH, MTU America Inc, Daimler AG (off highway Mercedes Benz engines), Detroit Diesel Corporation and MTU Onsite Energy Corporation in Indonesia.

    Positioning Statement of MTU Onsite Energy. MTU Onsite Energy is the innovation leader for intelligent and sustainable decentralized energy systems with a full range of technology and service solutions. With its custom-made system solutions, MTU Onsite Energy is a leader in technological development. MTU Onsite Energy defines the standard – regardless if it is diesel, gas systems or future technologies like fuel cells. Our job are electricity, heat and cooling anywhere and at any time. Our motivation are efficiency through sustainable, innovative and custom-made solutions for our customers. The Brand Values of MTU Onsite Energy; Power: high efficient, global, reliable; Solution Provider: flexible, customer-oriented, partner-like; Innovation Leader: intelligent, open-minded, fascinating; Sustainability: responsible, clean, dependable.

    12:00 - 12:30Ballroom 2

    Keynote Speech 14

    Prof. Muhammad Aziz – Institute of Innovative Research, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    "Implementation of Electric Vehicle and Grid Integration"

    Electric vehicles (EVs) have received a massive attention in their adoption as transportation and energy- assisting instruments. This phenomenon has been led mainly by the increased awareness and experience of the user (driver) on EVs regarding their excellent driving convenience, clean environment, and energy efficiency. In addition, several governmental policies also have driven the new user to shift from conventional vehicles to EVs following several favorable treatments, especially related to taxes. Generally, EVs have large battery capacity which can be controlled in both charging and discharging. Therefore, the idea of vehicle-grid integration (VGI) has emerged recently, following the increased grid stress due to massive charging of EVs and the opportunities to control and utilize EVs to participate in grid ancillary services. Several possible ancillary services include frequency regulation, load levelling (peak shaving), renewable energy storage, voltage regulation, and congestion mitigation. In this study, a preliminary analysis on the implementation of VGI in Indonesian grid, especially related to load leveling and frequency regulation, is discussed. Indonesian grid currently faces several problems, especially related to its quality and capability to balance and response to the fluctuating supply and demand. The well-coordinated EVs give high opportunity to the grid to utilize them as a huge and responsive power storage to balance and maintain the quality of electrical grid.

    12:30 - 13:45Restaurant

    Lunch Break

    13:45 - 14:00Meeting Room 9

    Parametric Design in Single Disk Axial Eddy Current Brake

    Hery Tri Waloyo*, Dominicus Danardono Dwi Prija Tjahjana, Muhammad Nizam and Ubaidillah

    Submission-ID: 14
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    14:00 - 14:15Meeting Room 9

    Detection of Moving Vehicle using Adaptive Threshold Algorithm on Varied Lighting

    Yuslena Sari* and Puguh Budi Prakoso

    Submission-ID: 32
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    14:15 - 14:30Meeting Room 9

    The Concept of Sandwich Panel Structures for Battery Protections in Electric Vehicles Subjected to Ground Impact

    Putri Nur Halimah*, Sigit Puji Santosa, Annisa Jusuf and Tatacipta Dirgantara

    Submission-ID: 34
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    14:30 - 14:45Meeting Room 9

    Goldsmith's Commercialization Model for Feasibility Study of Technology Lithium Battery Pack Drone

    Nida An Khofiyah, Wahyudi Sutopo, and Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho

    Submission-ID: 11
    Topic: EV Socio-Economical Impact and Commercialization

    14:45 - 15:00Meeting Room 9

    A Review of Electric Vehicles Charging Standard Development: Study Case in Indonesia

    Wahyudi Sutopo*, Budhy Rahmawatie, Fakhrina Fahmaand Muhammad Nizam

    Submission-ID: 45
    Topic: EV Socio-Economical Impact and Commercialization

    15:00 - 15:30Each Meeting Room

    Coffee Break

    15:30 - 15:45Meeting Room 9

    Design Study in Single Disk Axial Eddy Current Brake

    Mufti Reza Aulia Putra*, Dominicus Danardono Dwi Prija Tjahjana, Muhammad Nizam, Ubaidillah, MR Arfandi, and I Choirunisa

    Submission-ID: 8
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    15:45 - 16:00Meeting Room 9

    Composite Based Lightweight Structure Design for Crash and Safety Application

    Fahmi Rizal Fauzi*, Sigit Puji Santosa, Bambang Kismono Hadi, and Annisa Jusuf

    Submission-ID: 38
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    16:00 - 16:15Meeting Room 9

    Development of Low-Cost Autonomous Emergency Braking System (AEBS) for Electric Car

    Mochammad Ariyanto, Gunawan D. Haryadi, M Munadi, Rifky Ismail, and Zulfa Hendra

    Submission-ID: 13
    Topic: Transportation Safety

    16:15 - 16:30Meeting Room 9

    Li-ion NCA Battery Safety Assessment for Electric Vehicle Applications

    Hafiz Fadillah*, Sigit Puji Santosa, Annisa Jusuf and Tatacipta Dirgantara

    Submission-ID: 35
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:30 - 16:45Meeting Room 9

    Study and Design High Frequency Resonant Inductive Power Transfer for Application of Wireless Charging Electric Vehicles

    Agus Purwadi, Arwindra Rizqiawan, Ayudhia Puspita Pohan, Danang Choirul Abdillah*, Made Dimas Ganda Wijaya

    Submission-ID: 37
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    16:45 - 17:00Meeting Room 9

    Facile Synthesis of High- Performance SiO2/C Composite from Coal Fly Ash as an Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries

    Annisa Puji Lestari, Rina Amelia Rosada, Anisa Darma Briliant, Soraya Ulfa Muzayanha, Inayati, Agus Purwanto and Arif Jumari

    Submission-ID: 25
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    17:00 - 17:15Meeting Room 9

    Fabrication and Electrochemical of Lithium Iron Phosphate LiFePO4/C as Cathode Material of Lithium Ion Baterry

    Luthfi Mufidatul Hasanah*, Aditiya Septanintyas, Agus Purwanto, Eva Dyah Pambayun, Diajeng Putri Suciutami and Adrian Nur

    Submission-ID: 27
    Topic: Battery Technology and Management System

    15:30 - 15:45Meeting Room 10

    Modification of Circular Radius, Arm Patch Line Width and Power Supply Line of UWB Double Layer Printed Antenna for Partial Discharge Detection

    Yoka Mustopa* and Umar Khayam

    Submission-ID: 54
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    15:45 - 16:00Meeting Room 10

    Comparative Study of PWM Method for Optimal Energy Control of Railway Traction Motor

    Hari Maghfiroh, Chico Hermanu B A, Subuh Pramono and Muhammad Nizam

    Submission-ID: 6
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    16:00 - 16:15Meeting Room 10

    Comparison of PID Controller Tuning Methods for Multi PMSM Angular Speed Synchronization

    Kristian Ismail, Tri Desmana Rachmildha*, Estiko Rijanto, Rina Ristiana and Yanuarsyah Haroen

    Submission-ID: 39
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    16:15 - 16:30Meeting Room 10

    On the Design of Electric Power Steering Control Unit

    Indrawanto* and Tutla Ayatullah

    Submission-ID: 49
    Topic: Electric System, Drives, Motors, Machinery

    16:30 - 16:45Meeting Room 10

    Dynamic Analysis of Electric Bus Chassis Using Finite Element Method

    Ojo Kurdi*, Gunawan Dwi Haryadi, Ismoyo Haryanto, M Wildan

    Submission-ID: 28
    Topic: EV Body, Chassis, and Platform

    16:45 - 17:00Meeting Room 10

    Static Analysis of an Electric Three Wheel Vehicle

    Faizal Arifurrahman* and Bentang Arief Budiman

    Submission-ID: 58
    Topic: EV Body, Chassis, and Platform

    17:15 - EndEach Meeting Room

    Closing