Visiting the Maeslantkering flood control infrastructure in Rotterdam, where we learn about the technology, environmental issues, and social impacts of the working mechanism of Maeslantkering.
Delft Sharing Session
A documentation of the ECADIN x Kementerian PUPR Sharing Program in research, innovation, and study abroad for sustainable water presented by Gaetano Casale (Manager Liaison of IHE Delft), Indonesian researchers at TU Delft and IHE Delft, and an opening remark with Desti Alkano (Founder of ECADIN) and H.E. Mayerfas (Indonesian Ambassador in the Netherlands).
RWTH Aachen University
Round-trip to RWTH Aachen University and get to learn stories about how scientific achievements and innovations shape the city’s profile.
Stolberg Wastewater Treatment Plant (WVER)
Together with the winners of Young Water Sustainability Leaders 2022, we had an opportunity for an in-depth discussion with Der Wasserverband Eifel-Rur (WVER) as a water authority for water supply in the Netherlands. We learn about wastewater treatment from collection to water utilization and flood control carried out by WVER and roundtrip at the Aachen-Stolberg wastewater treatment plant.
UN-Water Summit on Groundwater di Paris, Perancis
As Indonesian delegates for the UN-Water Summit on Groundwater in Paris, France also promoted the 10th World Water Forum 2024, which Indonesia was chosen to host and will be held in Bali.
The symposium was held in May 4 2019 at X building TU Delft, the Netherlands, and organized by by ECADIN in collaboration with Overseas Indonesian Student Association (Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia se-Dunia). The detail can be found here.
ECADIN and IA-ITB NL together with the Indonesian Embassy for the Netherlands are organizing a technology forum. This event will be further called as Indonesia – The Netherlands Technology Partnership Forum (INTPF). In this forum, representatives of stakeholders from both countries can share their experience, pitch their ideas or products to potential backers, and discuss challenges and opportunities in establishing a partnership in innovations that is mutually beneficial. The detail can be found here.
A public discussion on “Young Professionalism for Climate Resilience: Enhancing Professional Capabilities of the Young for Climate Resilience”, held at the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Katowice, Poland.
ECADIN and TYK research & action consulting the Netherland then initiated “Young-led Climate Partnership” aimed to add values to the global climate movement by developing knowledge of the young and strengthening North-South relations. The detail can be found here.
ECADIN and Shell organized “Expert Connect Campus” in March 2019 at Universitas Indonesia, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Universitas Gadjah Mada, and Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November Surabaya, Indonesia.
ECADIN public discussion on “Maintaining Optimism towards Energy Sovereignty” held on May 7 2018 in RWTH Aachen, Germany
ECADIN public discussion on “Human Capital & Innovation” held on July 8 2018 in Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, with Rihard Pasaribu (General Manager P&T technology Safety & Environment, Shell), Yanti Kusumanto (Owner TYK Research & Action Consulting the Netherlands and Founding Member of Global University for Sustainability) and Hasanul A. Hasibuan (Senior Wireless Solution Manager, Huawei Netherlands)
A documentation of Ecadin Sharing Program “Women in Energy Research & Business” held on April 1 2018 in Paris, France, with Candra Sri Sutama (Schlumberger Engineering Center, France), Grace Perangin Angin ( TU Delft Master Program and Chief Lentera Bumi Nusantara), Astu Sam Pratiwi (ES Geothermie Electricite de Strasbourg, France) and Desti Alkano (Founder Ecadin)
ECADIN public discussion On November 22 2019, ECADIN visited De Hoge Raven School in Utrecht, the Netherlands, along with Dr. Thomas Hoppe from Delft University of Technology, Director of Technotrend, representatives of Indonesia’s state power company (PLN), Embassy of Republic of Indonesia in Den Hague the Netherlands, Sekolah Indonesia Den Haag, and TYK research & action consulting the Netherlands. It is one of 8 schools in the Netherlands participating in the programme “Schools as Energy Embassies in the Neighbourhood”, supported by RVO (the Netherlands Enterprise Agency).
Pupils learn and explore the wonderful world of energy, technology and sustainability, motivating them to push their limits. They invent campaigns, discover efforts to help end plastic waste, take action to save energy in school, and involve as many people as they can in their neighbourhood.
Prof. Bayu Jayawardhana from University of Groningen, the Netherlands, presented “Ocean Grazer: Hybrid Solutions for Offshore Renewable Energy” at our symposium entitled “Young Professional for Sustainable Energy” held on May 4 2019 in TU Delft, the Netherlands.
Dr. Rihard Pasaribu, General Manager P&T Technology Safety and Environmental at Royal Dutch Shell, the Netherlands, presented “Energy Transition” at our symposium entitled “Young Professional for Sustainable Energy” held on May 4 2019 in TU Delft, the Netherlands.
ECADIN x Mata Garuda LPDP public discussion on “Energy Startups, Generated by Millenials” held on December 21 2019 at LPDP office Jakarta, Indonesia, with Inayah Zahra (CEO and Co-founder Lentera Bumi Nusantara), Irvan Hermala (Co-founder Berbagi Listrik) and I Made Aditya Suryawidya (Program Manager Indonesia New Energy Nexus – RE Startup Accelerator).
Together with the winners of Innovation Challenge Think Efficiency 2019 ECADIN had an opportunity to visit Shell Technology Center in Shanghai China in January 2020. We learnt how the company shapes mutually beneficial collaborations by being closer to their big customers and partners in the region, while still working closely with the other research centers in Europe and USA.