Joint Research Project

Joint research on marine issues such as blue carbon, smart aquaculture, marine debris, operational oceanography forecasting systems, ocean satellites, and ocean energy

BLUE CARBON

Analyze coastal benthic ecosystems (seagrass, salt marshes, mangrove, etc.), which have the ability to absorb and store blue carbon as one of the most important studies in global warming mitigation efforts. 

SMART AQUACULTURE

Developing smart aquaculture technology and facility support for seaweed and Napoleon fish with the enhancement of its productivity and quality.


MARINE DEBRIS

Study on the characteristics of marine debris, survey the area of major marine waste, and design of a numerical model for the analysis of marine waste spreading.


OPERATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY

Analyze operational oceanographic data products' current status and demand while developing an ocean modeling system to simulate hydrodynamic conditions with the finest resolution.


OCEAN SATELLITE

Observe and monitor the Indonesia region utilizing Korean satellite GOCI II (Geostationary Ocean Color Imager II) support with field survey, operation data, calibration, and verification.


OCEAN ENERGY


Survey of the ocean energy abundance and reviewing sites candidate sites for ocean energy development in Indonesia.