Joint Research Project

Collaborating research in marine and coastal aspects involving researchers and institutions through human resources and equipment support. Specific fieldwork and knowledge sharing is applied in solving current and challenging issues in Indonesia with publication output and reference key for upcoming research topics.


Analyzing coastal benthic ecosystems, which can absorb and store blue carbon, contributes significantly to global warming mitigation. Our study involves measuring aboveground carbon stock and collecting sediment samples in mangrove and tidal flat areas, analyzing the total organic carbon in these sediments


Determining the energy requirements, crucial growth phases, and optimal feeding periods for fish using artificial intelligence analysis. This acquired knowledge serves as a valuable guide for feeding napoleon fish in smart aquaculture systems.


Utilizing technology in analyzing and identifying marine debris as basic data for policy-making and controlling seawater pollution. Mapping the types of microplastic marine debris in the waters, identifying the dominant type of macro marine debris using UAVs or drones, and using the tracer distribution and trajectory model of marine debris.


Analyzing the current status and MARINE DEBRIS demand of operational oceanography data products using the 3-dimensional ocean model in observing ocean circulation and hydrodynamic condition with the finest resolution. Investigating seasonal variability and the possibility that could affect hydrodynamic conditions in Indonesian waters.


Ocean monitoring in the Indonesia region through the Korean satellite GOCI II (Geostationary Ocean Color Imager II). Calibration and validation (Cal/Val) of satellite images of GOCI II which is beneficial for data comparison with other satellite images data or multispectral UAV data.