February 2009


Teknik Elektro ITB
Daftar Kuliah Kurikulum 2003

Curriculum 2003 Course List

No
Kode Kuliah
Course Code
Nama Kuliah (id)
Course Name (id)
Nama Kuliah (en)
Course Name (en)
1 BI1001 Pengetahuan Lingkungan Environmental Science [Silabus] [Edit]

Teknik Elektro ITB
Daftar Kuliah Kurikulum 1998

Curriculum 1998 Course List

No
Kode Kuliah
Course Code
Nama Kuliah (id)
Course Name (id)
Nama Kuliah (en)
Course Name (en)
1 BI-101 Pengetahuan Lingkungan Environmental Science [Silabus] [Edit]
2 EL-200 Medan Elektromagnetik I Electromagnetic Field I [Silabus] [Edit]
3 EL-201 Probabilitas dan Statistik Probability and Statistics [Silabus] [Edit]
4 EL-202 Teori Rangkaian Electric Circuit [Silabus] [Edit]
5 EL-203 Dasar Teknik Elektro Fundamental of Electronics Engineering [Silabus] [Edit]
6 EL-204 Sinyal & Sistem Signal & System [Silabus] [Edit]
7 EL-205 Energi & Konversi Energy & Conversion [Silabus] [Edit]
8 EL-206 Metoda Pengukuran Measurement Method [Silabus] [Edit]
9 EL-207 Komputer & Pemrograman Computer & Programming [Silabus] [Edit]
10 EL-208 Teknik Digital Digital System [Silabus] [Edit]
11 EL-210 Elektronika Electronics [Silabus] [Edit]
12 EL-212 Dasar Elektronika [Silabus] [Edit]
13 EL-213 Rangkaian Elektrik I [Silabus] [Edit]
14 EL-214 Rangkaian Elektrik II [Silabus] [Edit]
15 EL-216 Rangkaian Elektrik&Elektronika [Silabus] [Edit]

Ada lagi peluang exchange ke Harbin, bisa ketemu Xiao Fei dan Yu Ling kali ya ;p…..

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Last year two MoT students (Ward Kobussen and Willian
van Slooten) spent about three months in Harbin ,
China , to
follow four courses as electives for their MoT master programme. As far as I
know, their experience has been quite good, and I would therefore like to offer
a new generation of MoT students the same opportunity.

The basic idea is to provide students the opportunity
to gain international experience and at the same time improve the attractiveness
of the MoT programme by giving students the opportunity to go abroad without
having to sacrifice the existing programme. The following requirements on the exchange programme are
elicited;

·
The courses that can be followed
will make a valuable contribution to the MoT programme for the students and do
not contain already acquired knowledge and skills;

·
The exchange programme should not
result in substantial loss of time for the students.

Within these constraints, the idea is to provide MoT
students the opportunity to follow three courses at
Harbin .

1)
Advanced cross-cultural management (2
weeks, 4 ECTS)

2)
Political and administrative system
of China
(2 weeks, 4 ECTS)

3)
Gaming-simulation for infrastructure
development (4 weeks, 6 ECTS)

And if the students wish so, they can also follow:

4)
Service systems engineering (2
weeks, 4 ECTS)

In Harbin
the courses are not in parallel, but are given in sequential order. Each last
Friday of a course has the exam or final assignment and concludes the course.

The first course will begin 24 August and the first
three courses will end October 23, well before the 2nd period in
Delft begins (1-8 October will be holiday in
China ).
The three courses are given within an 8-week timeframe (or 10 weeks if the 4th
is added). These courses are given in the 1st quarter of the second year and MoT
students can spend their time in
China if they pre-arrange this with
programme manager Roland Ortt beforehand.

For students these courses can be part of their free
elective space (12 or 16 ECTS, respectively).

This exchange  was first organized last year, and
therefore the coming group this fall will be the second.

Those interested in receiving more information can
contact Martin de Jong (******@tudelft.nl)
and/or Ward Kobussen and Willian van Slooten.

Extension of residence permit & registration at TU Delft 2009-2010

March 9 till March 20 2009

The International Office will organize
�special open hours� to extend your residence permit, IPS insurance and
registration for the academic year 2009-2010. If you come to these
�open hours� your residence permit card will be available in the 2nd
week of June.

These special �open hours� are for all NON-EU students and also for NON-EU students who started in February 2009!!

Starting on March 9 until March 20 from 9 am to 5 pm there are 4 steps to follow at the International Office:

Step 1: Pick up the student information form: You need to collect a student information form at the International Office, desk 5&6. Complete this form and return it at the desk. After returning this form take step 2.

Step 2: Pick up the appointment letter: You need to collect your appointment letter at the International Office desk 5&6. In
this letter you will find specific information and the date, time and
place of your appointment for extending your registration etc. The
appointment will be planned on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday between
March 30 and April 17 between 12. am and 2. pm.

Step 3: Come to your appointment: the
time mentioned in your appointment letter is the ONLY opportunity to
arrange your extension with help of the International Office.

Step 4: Picking up new residence permit card: You
need to collect your residence permit card in person at the
International Office, where the IND will hold office for one day in the
second week of June 2009. We will inform you with the exact date and
time during the special open hours and via Blackboard.

Different arrangements are not possible!

During these
special open hours we cannot answer any other questions, so if you have
questions please send us an email or make an appointment with the
International Office employee involved.

PLEASE NOTE: if you can�t come to our �special open hours�, or to the collecting date in June, you yourself must extend your residence permit and apply for your registration for the next academic year! Registration
for the next academic year is obligatory. It will then take at least 3
months before your residence permit is ready. This procedure is time
consuming for you and we cannot provide you with any kind of help.

Taken from

http://www.ourcommunity-tudelft.nl/index.php?menuid=151

Yatta…. akhirnya ikutan excursion delta juga, setelah yg dulu ga dapet

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————————-Ticket Excursion Delta Works, Saturday, February 28 2009———————-

Dear RAI,

Herewith we like to confirm your registration for the excursion to the Delta Works on Saturday 28th February 2009.

This confirmation letter is y our ticket. Therefore you have to bring this letter with you and hand it over to the organisation when you get on y our bus.

We have assigned you to BUS 1. Busses will be signposted, so please get on bus 1 for the journey to the Delta works and back.

Buses to the Delta Works leave in front of the AULA, Mekelweg 5, Delft at 09:30 hr. Please be in time!

The programme is as follows:

09:30                            Departure (TU Delft Aula)

11:00                            Arrival at Delta works

11:00-11:30                  Film Show (Delta Final, “Ocean One” room)

11.30-14.45                   Free programme and lunchtime

13.30                            Dr. Zitman will answer all your questions inside the storm surge barrier

14.30                            Back at the Parking lot to get on the bus

14.45                            Departure from Delta Works

16:30                            Arrival in Delft

You will receive additional information on the bus. Lunches are not included.

Please note that if you do not show up at the excursion without letting us know via email before Wednesday, February 25, 12.00hr, you will be charged a fine of €25,-.

See you Saturday!

Kind regards,

Germaine Poot

————————-Ticket Excursion Delta Works, Saturday, February 28 2009———————-

Let’s see…hmmm….OK, here is instant course of Serbian language:
Good Morning……………….Dobro jutro
Good Afternoon……………..Dobar dan
Guten Abend………………..Dobro vece
Good Night…………………..Laku noc
I love you……………………..Ja te volim
Bye……………………………Cao, Zdravo
Nice to meet you…………..Drago mi je sto sam te upoznao
Sister…………………………Sestra
Brother……………………….Brat
Mother………………………..Mama
Father…………………………Tata
Dog……………………………Pas, Kuca
Please can you help me?……Molim vas, da li mi mozete pomoci?
Where can I find this street?…Gde da nadjem ovu ulicu?
Airplane………………………..Avion
Train……………………………Voz
Buss……………………………Autobus
Carr…………………………….Kola, Auto
Map…………………………..Mapa
Ticket………………………….Karta
Numbers from 1-10: 1……..Jedan
2……..Dva
3……..Tri
4……..Cetiri
5……..Pet
6……..Sest
7……..Sedam
8………Osam
9……….Devet
10………Deset
Well, you have to read all letters(one by one) in one word.
You can see that word in English “Good” in Serbian is “Dobro”. But
since main word in sentence is “part of the Day” word “Dobro” is going
to be changed…….
Morning = Jutro (Jutro is neuter gender), and Dobro goes to Dobro
Day = Dan (dan is masculine gender), and Dobro goes to Dobar
Good Sister = Dobra sestra (sestra is feminine gender), and Dobro goes to Dobra
Now you can see how complicated my language is and I hope that you can understand some of basic rules.
I would like to have all this words in Indonesian!
Well, hope that you will enjoy learning Serbian…….Bye!

Di changi tempat buat tidur di bandara namanya “TheViewing Mall”. Menurut temen2 gw yg udah nyari best spot buat tidur gratis di bandara, tempat ini yg
paling bagus. (Gw sih percaya aja). Fotonya gw attach biar u dapat gambaran. Btw di foto itu temen gw yg anak Thai dan Bulgaria (ga penting :p).

Oh ya, itu harus keluar dari imigrasi lho. Itu masih di lingkungan bandara kok.

Tips buat elu, nanti abis keluar dari imigrasi ke tourist office, ambil peta singapore gratisan yg gede buat alas tidur elu (kita2 make cara ini sih).
Coba liat difoto alas tidur kita apaan?? Itu peta gratisan singapore.

Saran gw mendingan elu tidur di youth hostel/ hotel aja, search aja di google, pasti dapet kok yg budget-friendly. Atau nginep di tempat Tata SI02. Kalo elu kenal, 1 hari doang kok.

Soal kalo transit perlu bayar airport tax lagi or enggak, mendingan elu tanya ke yg ngasih elu tiket, udah include airport tax kaga? Case study pas gw ke jerman pake emirates, gw cuman bayar airport tax di cengkareng doang. Ada 3 transit:

1. singapore (yg mesti keluar pesawat cuman 30 menit) kaga perlu bayar.
2. kolombo (tdk keluar pesawat, ga bayar juga)
3. Dubai (keluar pesawat – ganti pesawat ke pesawat lain) ga perlu bayar, nunggu pesawat sekitar 5 jam-an

Pas ke Jepang, direct flight, bayar airport tax 100.000 cuman di cengkareng doang

Pas ke Indo, bulan juni pake korean airlines, gw di seoul ga perlu bayar airport tax pas ganti pesawat.

Kayanya yg gw mesti bayar airport tax lagi pas gw lagi liburan ke thailand deh, itu di kuala lumpur gara2 gw ganti pesawat. (udah lupa berapa tuh).

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