Visit of Prof. Sundaram Gunasekaran, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Visit of Prof. Sundaram Gunasekaran, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

On Monday April 9, 2018, the Department of Food Technology was visited by Prof. Sundaram Gunasekaran from the Department of Biological Systems, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. It is an honor for us to discuss further collaboration with University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. This visit is facilitated by Binus Global (represented by Ibu Karen Peyronin Imam) and Binus Foundation (represented by Bapak George Wijaya Hadipoespito, an alumni of University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA).


L to R:
Dave Mangindaan, Deputy Head of Department of Food Technology
Diana Lo, Faculty Member of Department of Food Technology
Priyo Waspodo, Faculty Member of Department of Food Technology
Yulia, Head of Laboratory, Department of Food Technology
Ingrid Surono, Head of Department of Food Technology
Prof. Sundaram Gunasekaran, Department of Biological Systems, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Prof. Bahtiar Saleh Abbas, Vice Rector for Research and Technology Transfer
Karen Peyronin Imam, Director of Binus Global
George Wijaya Hadipoespito, Managing Director of Bina Nusantara Group
Cuktho, Deputy Vice Rector for Academic Operations and Resources (Alam Sutera)

 

Prof. Gunasekaran visited a newly established Apple Developer Academy in Binus Alam Sutera Main Campus (which is among the first centers opened outside USA) where students (even those who are not into coding, yet) may apply to improve their knowledge and skill in order to innovate in the technology-revolutionized world with Apple.

Prof. Gunasekaran also visited the Food Processing Lab, where there were around 20 students are performing laboratory experience for the module “Meatball production” (shrimp meatball, in particular). Prof. Gunasekaran also tried a meatball, and discussed with the students about the academic environment in the Department of Food Technology.

Thank you very much Prof. Gunasekaran for your visit, we hope that we could further collaborate in the future with University of Wisconsin-Madison.