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Dave Mangindaan, ST, MT, PhD

Dave Mangindaan, ST, MT, PhD, AMRSC
Deputy Head of Department of Food Technology
Bina Nusantara University

Jenjang Jabatan Akademik/Jabatan Fungsional: Lektor 200

  • Associate Member – Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
  • Member – American Chemical Society (US)

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Summary
I am currently an assistant professor in food technology with strong background in the chemical engineering, while simultaneously serving as a deputy head of department to ensure both academic and administrative operations are running well. At the moment I am developing membrane technology for food applications, and also purification of organic solvents/biofuels (e.g. ethanol), water treatment. I am confident in solving multi-variant problems related to bio/chemical/food processes owing to my 3 years experiences on postdoctoral research in integrated research areas (membrane technology, plasma science, biomedical, biomaterials, drug delivery/pharmaceutical engineering, mathematical modeling and statistics) and close to 3 years on teaching & education.

Research Interest/Expertise

  • Chemical & Materials Engineering: Membrane science & technology, polymer physics& formulations, plasma technology, drug delivery/pharmaceutical engineering, nanotechnology
  • Food Technology: unit operations in food processing, food plant/food factory design, physical separation of food components by using membranes
  • Biomedical science: Cell-materials interaction, biomaterials, bioprocess & environmental engineering
  • Mathematics/Statistics : Physicochemical modeling, biostatistics

Awards/achievements

  • Early Career Chemist Travel Award, Pacifichem 2015, Hawaii, USA, 15-20 Dec. 2015 (worth US$ 3725: $2000 cheque + $725 conference fee + $1000 hotel accommodation).
  • Best poster presentation award, Pores for thought: Porous materials for greener energy and the environment (Joint UK-Indonesia conference on porous materials, Bath Univ.-Institut Teknologi Bandung), Bali, Indonesia, 14-17 Feb. 2015
  • Science & Technology Research Grant from Indonesia Toray Science Foundation, Apr. 2015-Mar. 2016 http://www.itsf.or.id/winners/win_03.html (Rp. 45.000.000)
  • 2014 Merit Achievement Award, 28th Innovation & Research Award, Faculty of Engineering NUS for Nelson Minyang Woon, as a final-year project (FYP) student I supervised. http://www.eng.nus.edu.sg/ugrad/awards/ira_2014.html (S$200)
  • PhD scholarship from NTUST Taiwan, 2007-2010
  • Masters scholarship from ITB, 2005-2006

Educational Background

  • PhD: Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taiwan (Sep. 2007-Jan. 2011)
  • B.Eng & M.Eng: (ST & MT) Chemical Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Indonesia. (Aug. 2001 – Jun. 2005, and Aug. 2005 – Nov. 2006, respectively)

Working Experiences

Duration Position Details
Mar. 2016-present 1. Assistant Professor (*)

 

 

2. Reviewer

Dept. of Food Technology, BINUS University, Indonesia

-Deputy Head of Department

 

International Journal of Food Engineering (ISSN: 1556-3758)

Journal of Engineering Science & Technology (ISSN: 1823-4690)

Aug. 2014-Feb. 2016 1. Assistant Professor (*)

 

2. Reviewer

Dept. of Chemical Engineering, UNPAR, Indonesia

 

 

International Journal of Food Engineering (ISSN: 1556-3758)

Aug. 2012- Dec. 2013 Research Fellow Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Impact: Highly productive membranes for tough pervaporation dehydration of acetone (may also be applied for dehydration of bioethanol, volatile aroma recovery, etc.)

Mar. 2011- Mar. 2012 Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dept. of Chemical Engineering, NTUST, Taiwan

Impact: Drug delivery platform & biocompatible polymers by the aid of plasma technology

 

 

Publications in international journals: (Scopus-indexed journals with impact factor, in reverse chronological order)

No   Publications
12 Dave Mangindaan, K. Khoiruddin, I. G. Wenten

 

Beverage dealcoholization: Past, present, and future

 

Trends in Food Science and Technology 71 (2018) 36-45

Impact factor: 5.191

Q1 Food Science

Q1 Biotechnology

11 A. Compaore, A. O. Dissa, Yann Rogaume, Aditya Putranto, Xiao Dong Chen, Dave Mangindaan, André Zoulalian, Romain Rémond & E. Tiendrebeogo

 

Application of the reaction engineering approach (REA) for modeling of the convective drying of onion

 

Drying Technology 35 (2017) 500-508

Impact factor: 1.976, cited by 1

Q1 Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous)

10   Dave W. Mangindaan, Nelson Minyang Woon, Gui Min Shi, Tai Shung Chung

 

P84 polyimide membranes modified by a tripodal amine for enhanced pervaporation dehydration of acetone

 

Chemical Engineering Science, 122 (2015) 14-23

Impact factor: 2.895, cited by 15

Q1 Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous)

Q1 Chemistry (miscellaneous)

Q1 Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (miscellaneous)

9    Dave W. Mangindaan, Gui Min Shi, Tai-Shung Chung

 

Pervaporation dehydration of acetone using P84 co-polyimide flat sheet membranes surface modified by using vapor phase ethylenediamine

 

Journal of Membrane Science, 458 (2014) 76-85

Impact factor: 5.983, cited by 19

Q1 Filtration and Separation

Q1 Materials Science (miscellaneous)

Q1 Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

8   Dave Mangindaan, Wei-Hsuan Kuo, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Two-dimensional amine-functionality gradient by plasma polymerization

 

Biochemical Engineering Journal, 78 (2013) 198-204

Impact factor: 2.892, cited by 9

Q1 Biotechnology

Q1 Environmental Engineering

7   Dave Mangindaan, Wei-Hsuan Kuo, Hengky Kurniawan, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Creation of biofunctionalized plasma polymerized allylamine gradients

 

Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 51 (2013) 1361-1367

Impact factor: 2.838, cited by 4

Q1 Materials Chemistry

Q1 Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

Q1 Polymers and Plastics

Q1 Condensed Matter Physics

6   Dave Mangindaan, Ivan Yared, Hengky Kurniawan, Joen-Rong Sheu, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Modulation of biocompatibility on poly(vinylidene fluoride) and polysulfone by oxygen plasma treatment and dopamine coating

 

Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 100A (2012) 3177-3188

Impact factor: 3.076, cited by 14

Q1 Metals and Alloys

Q1 Ceramics and Composites

Q2 Biomaterials

Q2 Biomedical Engineering

5   Dave Mangindaan, Chang-Cheng Kuo, Shi-Yow Lin, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

The Diffusion-Reaction Model on the Wettability Gradient Created by SF6 Plasma

 

Plasma Processes and Polymers, 9 (2012) 808–819

Impact factor: 2.964

Q1 Condensed Matter Physics

Q1 Polymers and Plastics

4   Dave Mangindaan, Chao-Ting Chen, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Integrating Sol-Gel with Cold Plasmas Modified Porous Polycaprolactone Membranes for the Drug-Release of Silver-sulfadiazine and Ketoprofen

 

Applied Surface Science, 262 (2012) 114-119

Impact factor: 2.538, cited by 9

Q1 Surfaces, Coatings and Films

3   Dave Mangindaan, Wei-Hsuan Kuo, Ching-Chuan Chang, Shu-Ling Wang, Hsiu-Chi Liu, Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Plasma polymerization of amine-containing thin films and the studies on the deposition kinetics

 

Surface and Coatings Technology, 206 (2011) 1299-1306

Impact factor: 1.998, cited by 32

Q1 Surfaces, Coatings and Films

Q1 Materials Chemistry

Q1 Condensed Matter Physics

Q1 Chemistry (miscellaneous)

2   B.R. Huang , J.C. Lin, T.C. Lin, D. Mangindaan, M.J. Wang

 

The effect of tetrafluoromethane plasma post-treatment on the electrical property of tungsten oxide nanowires

 

Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 11 (2011) 7693-7699

Impact factor: 1.339, cited by 2

Q2 Materials Science (miscellaneous)

1   Dave Mangindaan, Wei-Hsuan Kuo, Yi-Lin Wang , Meng-Jiy Wang

 

Experimental and numerical modeling of the controllable wettability gradient on polypropylene created by SF6 Plasma

 

Plasma Processes and Polymers, 7 (2010) 754-765

Impact factor: 2.964, cited by 20

Q1 Condensed Matter Physics

Q1 Polymers and Plastics

Courses taught:

No. Code Course name Credit (SKS) Semester Note
1 SCIE6022 Analytical Chemistry 2+1 1st 2017/2018 Undergraduate
2 FOOD6021 Food Packaging and Storage Technology 2 Undergraduate
3 FOOD6017 Principles of Food Engineering 2+2 2nd 2016/2017 Undergraduate
4 FOOD6022 Unit Operations in Food Processing 2 Undergraduate
5 FOOD6025 Experimental Design 2 Undergraduate
6 FOOD6027 Planning and Plant Design 2 Undergraduate
7 SCIE6022 Analytical Chemistry 2+1 1st 2016/2017 Undergraduate
8 SCIE6020 Chemistry 2 Undergraduate
9 FOOD6020 Integrated Food Processing Laboratory 2 Undergraduate
10 FOOD6017 Principles of Food Engineering 2+2 2nd 2015/2016 Undergraduate
11 KUE-649 Advanced Methods for Material Characterization 2 1st 2015/2016 Master
12 KUW-532 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3 Master
13 ICE-203 Physical Chemistry 3 Undergraduate
14 ICE-305 Heat Transfer 3 Undergraduate
15 ICE-420 Internship 2 Undergraduate
16 ICE-320 Chemical Engineering Lab. II 4 Undergraduate
17 ICE-430 Chemical Plant Design 4 Undergraduate
18 KPW-533 Unit Operations in Food Industry 3 2nd 2014/2015 Master
19 ICE-492 Polymer and Membrane Technology 2 Undergraduate
20 ICE-306 Process Instruments 2 Undergraduate
21 ICE-420 Internship 2 Undergraduate
22 ICE-320 Chemical Engineering Lab. II 4 Undergraduate
23 ICE-430 Chemical Plant Design 4 Undergraduate
24 IND-108 Introduction to Biotechnology 2 Undergraduate
25 KUW-532 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3 1st 2014/2015 Master
26 ICE-320 Chemical Engineering Lab. II 4 Undergraduate
27 ICE-430 Chemical Plant Design 4 Undergraduate

 

Conferences/posters

  1. Dave Mangindaan, Nelson Minyang Woon, Gui Min Shi, Tai Shung Chung, “Enhanced pervaporation dehydration of acetone by using polyimide membranesmodified by novel vapor phase crosslinking and tripodal amine crosslinking”, Pacifichem 2015 (The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies), Hawaii, United States of America, 15-20 Dec. 2015
  2. Dave Mangindaan, Shu-Ling Wang, Meng-Jiy Wang, “In vitro degradation of plasma-modified PLGA: Characterizations and modeling”, 14th Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering, APCChE 2012, Singapore, 21-24 Feb. 2012.
  3. Dave Mangindaan, Hengky Kurniawan, Meng-Jiy Wang, “Preparation and modeling of surface chemical gradient by diffusion-controlled deposition of allylamine plasma polymer”, The 4th Asian Conference on Colloid and Interface Science (ACCIS), Tainan, Taiwan, 23-26 2011.
  4. Dave Mangindaan, Ching-Chuan Chang, Meng-Jiy Wang, “Kinetics and Physicochemical Properties of Biofunctional Amine-containing Plasma Polymer Thin Films”, 3rd Asian Symposium on Advanced Materials: Chemistry & Physics of Functional Materials (ASAM-3), Fukuoka, Japan, 19-22 Sept. 2011.
  5. Dave Mangindaan, Wei-Hsuan Kuo, Meng-Jiy Wang, Wide-range and Controllable Wettability Gradients on Polypropylene Surfaces and the Corresponding Mathematical Model, The 13th Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Congress, APCChE 2010, Taipei, Taiwan, 5-8 Oct. 2010
  6. Dave Mangindaan, and Meng-Jiy Wang, “Wide-range and Scalable Wettability Gradient on Polypropylene Membrane”, The 5th Society for Biological Engineering (SBE) International Conference on Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore, 1-4 Aug. 2010.

 


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