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ITS Profile.cdr - Fakultas Teknologi Informasi
ITS PROFILE
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Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya
Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
Surabaya Indonesia
Message from the Rector
Most of people now expect that university is not only doing research and
disseminating knowledge and technology but also contributing directly to
local or national economic development. ITS recognizes and highly
appreciates the expectation of society on the role of ITS. Through its
education, research and development, and community development
programs, ITS always consistently tries its best to fulfill community
expectation.
To achieve all of the above objectives, ITS has set up the following
strategy and corporate culture. Three main strategic themes being
implemented are: building ITS image, strengthening intellectual capital,
and developing network. For corporate culture, ITS adopts four themes as
follow: scientific tradition, hard work, good university governance and
socio-cohesiveness. It is believed that using these strategies, corporate
culture and mutual involvement of all ITS's stakeholders, ITS can achieve
its objectives, mission and vision.
This ITS profile is designed to provide a glance of ITS with important and
basic information on the educational and social aspects of studying and
living in Surabaya.
The last, we would like to welcome you at ITS.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Tri Yogi Yuwono, DEA
Rector of ITS
History of ITS
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, commonly abbreviated as ITS, was
founded as the yield of the conference of Indonesian Engineering Council
in 1954 in Bogor. The idea was further developed when the Council held
the first five-year anniversary in Surabaya in 1957. Then, the East Java
Branch of the Council decided to establish a Foundation of Technical
School or University on the 17th August chaired by dr. Angka Nitisastro.
On the 17th August 1957, the Foundation officiated the Technical School
of Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya. The school was officially inaugurated by
President Soekarno, the first President of Indonesia, and had two
departments, i.e. civil and mechanical engineering. The status of the
Technical School was later altered to a state technical school in Surabaya
under Government Regulation No. 9/1961 dated 23rd March 1961 which
stated the birth of the Institute on 10th November 1960.
At present ITS manages five faculties, namely, Faculty of Mathematics
and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Faculty of Civil
Engineering and Planning, Faculty of Marine Technology and Faculty of
Information Technology. It also manages two states polytechnics, i.e.,
Surabaya State Electronics Polytechnic (PENS) and Surabaya State
Shipbuilding Polytechnics (PPNS).
ITS is currently taking serious steps to become a university with
international accreditation. It has the objective of preparing to be in the
100 Asian's best universities or in the 500 World's best universities. The
institution is currently adopting a new paradigm by executing sequential
acceleration to realize an economic development university (EDU), whilst
at the same time, strengthening the foundation of reputable teaching
and research university.
The Institution has contributed so many community works. In 2005 its
creation of houses for Tsunami tidal wave victims in Aceh Province. In
cooperation with the East Java Province Government and business
community, the Institution has managed to submit 1000 makeshift houses
for the victims. It also dedicated prototypes of small boats to fishermen
in Aceh and neighboring areas.
Introduction to ITS
Surabaya, the capital of East Java Province, has held many names.
Popularly known as Heroes' city, it also enjoys many reputations, such as
the city of industries, commerce, maritime, and education. As a center of
industries and commerce, Surabaya owns many modern production and
service facilities. As a maritime city, it has abundant activities and means
of transporting and shipping of goods, both inter-islands and
international.
Table 1. General Data
Title
Data
Total Students
15.861
Total Teaching Staffs
Total Administration Staffs
Total Budget(IDR)
ITS, being the most prestigious and biggest higher learning institute in the
eastern part of the country, cannot be historically separated from the
struggle and fighting spirit of the Surabaya people during the war against
the Dutch and the British army which culminated in the 10 November
1945 known as the Heroes' Day.
ITS vision is to become a university with international recognition in
science, technology, arts and to support industrial and marine
development under environmental perspective in the region.
Meanwhile, ITS missions, among others, are to conduct efficient higher
education to produce international-standard graduates, carry out
research and development of sciences, promote and maintain academic
morale, ethics and religion for the enhancement of human civilization.
ITS campus is situated in the eastern part of Surabaya with total land
area of approximately 190 hectares and the total building area of about
150,000 square meters. This wide area provides advantages both for
excellent scientific activities and natural complex of life environment.
1168
558,793
Number of Laboratories
Surabaya, as a center of education, has 70 (seventy) state and private
universities. These excellent education facilities cater for the academic
needs of high school graduates from the city and the surrounding areas,
especially from the eastern part of the country. As the second largest city
in Indonesia after the capital of Jakarta, Surabaya has become the main
motivator of trading and education activities for other towns in East Java
Province and adjacent provinces.
933
225
Table 2 . Academic Classification of Teaching Staffs in 2010
Professor
No
1
2
3
4
5
Faculty
M
Mathematics and Natural Sciences 14
Industrial Tecnology
39
Civil Engineering and Planning
11
Marine Technology
8
Information Technology
4
Total
76
F
1
2
5
0
1
8
Head
Lecturer
M
F
42 20
81 12
47 22
23
0
8
4
201 58
Lecturer
M
50
76
65
27
13
231
F
39
21
14
0
8
82
Senior Assistant Others
M
14
52
44
17
11
138
F
20
17
21
3
2
63
Table 3. Educational Background of Teaching Staffs in 2010
No
1
2
3
4
5
Doctor
M
F
Mathematics and Natural Sciences 40 13
Industrial Tecnology
85 11
Civil Engineering and Planning
35 15
Marine Technology
30 0
Information Technology
7
2
Total
197 41
Faculty
Master Bachelor
Total
Total
M
F
M F
M
F
81 57
8 13 129 83 212
140 39 36 10 261 60 321
114 45 33 13 182 73 255
44
3
6
1
80
4
84
29 14
7
2
43 18
61
408 158 90 39 695 238 933
M
9
13
15
5
7
49
F
3
1
2
1
3
27
Total
M
129
261
182
80
43
695
F
83
53
64
4
18
238
Table 4. Ratio of Teaching Staff to Student in 2010
No
1
2
3
4
5
Faculty
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Industrial Tecnology
Civil Engineering and Planning
Marine Technology
Information Technology
Total
Academic Staff
212
321
255
84
61
933
Table 7. Total Students per Faculty in 2010
Student
2162
6254
3910
1605
1594
15525
Ratio
1 : 10
1 :5
1 :7
1 :5
1 :4
1 :6
No
1
2
3
4
5
Faculty
Mathematics and Natural
Sciences
Industrial Tecnology
Civil Engineering and
Planning
Marine Technology
Information Technology
Total
Doctor
Master
Program
Bachelor
37
233
134
72
42
0
285
Total
1666
Diploma (D3 &
D4)
226
2162
487
264
4345
2981
1288
593
6254
3910
82
142
1208
1481
1452
11925
2107
1605
1594
15525
Table 5. Applicants, Accepted, and Ratio of New Students Acceptance in 2010
No
1
2
3
4
5
Faculty
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Industrial Tecnology
Civil Engineering and Planning
Marine Technology
Information Technology
Total ITS
Number of
Applicants
1111
4138
2854
1135
2804
12048
Accepted
Table 8. Grade Point Average (GPA), Average Duration of Study and Productivity in 2010
168
358
348
121
107
1102
Table 6. Total Students According to Gender in 2010
No
1
2
3
4
5
Faculty
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Industrial Tecnology
Civil Engineering and Planning
Marine Technology
Information Technology
Total
Male
Total
%
789 36.49
4597 73.50
2426 62.05
1388 86.48
1093 68.57
10293 66.30
Ratio
Female
Total
%
1373 63.51
1657 26.50
1484 37.95
217 13.52
501 31.43
5232 33.70
Total
2162
6254
3910
1605
1594
15525
1 : 15
1:9
1 : 12
1 : 11
1:4
1:9
No
1
2
3
4
Program
Doctoral (S3)
Master (S2)
Bachelor (S1)
Diploma (D3)
GPA
3,85
3,48
3.16
3,05
Average Duration of
Study
9,79
4,45
9,32
6,43
Productivity
(%)
5,49
31,84
19,05
21,48
ITS Eco Campus - Think, Green Action, Sustain
At the age 51 years in 2011, ITS is taking step of being an Eco Campus.
Based on The Surabaya Environmental Agency(BLH Surabaya) statement,
Eco-campus is defined as a campus that has been caring and has
conducted a systematic and sustainable environtmental managenent.
Eco-campus is a reflection of the involvement of the entire academic
community in order to always pay attention to aspects of health and the
environment around it.
ITS Eco Campus first program is G2(Gugur Gunung) which was held at the
51st Anniversary of ITS and involving all new students of 2011. The main
purpose is to have campus greening by planting trees in some place
within the ITS campus. Beside that, ITS also has many other programs
such as Socio Engineering Program, Evaluation and Revitalization of ITS
Masterplan of Eco-campus, Safe, Comfort, Healthy, and Humane Internal
Movement System, Ecoquote Competition, Eficiency of Electricity and
Water Usage and Quality, Integrated Waste Management, and so many
other.
Faculties and Departments
Faculty of Mathematics
and Natural Sciences (FMIPA)
Faculty of Industrial Technology
(FTI)
The faculty was founded under Ministry
Decree No. 72/1965. In 1983, the structural
organization was modified and its name was
changed to the Faculty of Mathematics and
Natural Sciences The faculty is expected to
produce human resources who are able to
develop mathematical logical-thinking and to
make scientific conclusions, to explain the
behaviour of the earth through scientific
research as well as to produce various
scientific ideas and findings.
FTI was founded as the realization of
Government Regulation No. 5/1980 and
Government Regulation No. 27/1981
officiated under the Decree of The Minister
of Education and Culture No. 0144/0/1983
regarding Organization and ITS.
Education in FTI is specifically designed to
yield graduates who are able to keep
abreast with the development of science
and technology, and who are sensitive to
the community demands in the areas of
industry and technology.
Program Studies
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
Department
Department of Physics
Department of Mathematics
Department of Statistics
Department of Chemistry
Department of Biology
Program Studies
Diploma
v
Bachelor
v
v
v
v
v
Master
v
v
v
v
Doctoral
v
v
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Industrial Engineering
Department of Material and
Metallurgical Engineering
Department of Engineering Physics
Diploma
v
v
v
Bachelor
v
v
v
v
v
Master
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
Doctoral
v
v
v
V
Faculty of Civil Engineering
and Planning (FTSP)
Faculty of Marine Technology (FTK)
FTK was established under the President's Decree
No. 58/1982 as a further development of Faculty
of Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering.
In 1982 the Faculty of Civil Engineering and
Planning was founded from the affiliation of
two faculties, namely, Faculty of Civil
Engineering (established in 1957) and Faculty
of Architectural Engineering (established in
1965). In its course, the Faculty has formed
Department of Design and Industrial Products
in order to produce graduates with skills in
design and arts for industrial needs.
Program Studies
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Department
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Architecture
Department of Environmental
Engineering
Department of Industrial Product
Design
Department of Geomatics Engineering
Department of Regional and Urban
Planning
Diploma
v
Bachelor
v
v
v
v
V
v
Master
v
v
v
Doctoral
v
v
Marine technology is basically an engineering
science to exploit the sea as transportation means
as well as potential resources and space or life
environment for human's welfare. Based on an
accreditation from RINA (the Royal Institute of
Naval Architects) of the UK, on curricula, syllabi,
lecturer qualifications, number of students,
graduates as well as supporting facilities within the
Faculty, the Faculty of Marine Technology has been
accredited and its graduates is acknowledged
equivalent to B.Sc graduates from UK and other
commonwealth countries.
Education in FTK aims at providing human
resources who master ship planning and
construction, management of dock heavy industry
and hydrodynamics, management of port and
transportation, shipping systems, propulsion
systems, piping system and assistive miscellaneous
appliances, offshore structure planning, coastal
facility planning, port and its facilities, piping
system under sea, and many others.
Program Studies
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
Department
Department of Naval Architecture
Department Marine Engineering
Department of Ocean Engineering
Department of Sea Transportation
Double Degree ITS-Wismar in Marine
Engineering
Diploma
Bachelor
v
v
v
v
v
Master
v
v
v
Doctoral
v
v
v
Polytechnics (PENS and PPNS)
Faculty of Information Technology
(FTIf)
ITS also manages two states polytechnics, i.e.
Surabaya State Electronics Polytechnic (PENS)
And Surabaya State Shipbuilding Polytechnics (PPNS).
FTIf is the newest faculty, established under
the Rector's Decree dated on 14th June 2011.
The establishment of the Faculty was made as
a response to the demands of increasing
quality and distribution of information
technology. The foundation of the faculty was
officially acknowledged by the Government
through the Decree of Ministry of National
Education on the 12th July 2002.
Surabaya State Electronics Polytechnics(PENS) offers a full-time Three-year
study program, including industrial internship (field work) in electronic
industries and related fields for 4 weeks. The graduates is called 'middle expert'
(Ahli Madya).the foundation of PENS was obtained through a grant from the
Japanese International Co-operation Agency (JICA), for the construction of
building and educational equipment in 1998. There are three departments run
by the Polytechnics : Department of Electrical Engineering; Department of
Electronicd Engineering; Department of Telecommunication. It also conducts
further education of a four-year polytechnics diploma and the title for the
graduates is BASc (Bachelor of Applied Sciences) or Sarjana Sains Terapan(SST)
in Indonesian. In 2003, JICA gave another grant to develop the four-year
diploma program.
Education of FTIf ITS aims at producing
experts having in-depth knowledge of
computer technology and masters of troubleshooting techniques. The curriculum was
compiled on the basis of equal balance of
hardware and software aspects.
Program Studies
NO.
Department
1
Department of Computer Science
(Informatics)
2
Department of Information System
Diploma
Bachelor
v
Master
v
v
v
Doctoral
There are six departments run by PENS:
a. Department of Industrial Electronics Engineering
b. Departement of Electronics Engineering
c. Department of Telecommunication
d. Department of Informatics
e. Department of Computer Engineering
f. Department of Multimedia and Broadcasting
Surabaya State Shipbuilding Polytechnics (PPNS) was
founded in 1987. In its development, from 1989 to
1998, it received grant from the German Government
Through GTZ(Deutsche Gesellschaft Technische Zusammenarbeit) in technical
expert assistance, staff development and levying of books and journals. PPNS
also has a joint work with Technical University of Bremen and Nuernberg,
Germany. Those are four departments run in Surabaya State Shipbuilding
Polytechnics : Department of Design and Construction Engineering, Department
of Shipbuilding Technology, Department Ship Machinery Engineering and
Department Ship Electrical Engineering.
There are four departments run by PPNS :
a. Department of Ship Machinery Engineering
b. Department of Design and Construction Engineering
c. Department of Ship Electrical Engineering
d. Department of Occupational Safety and Health
Quality of Education
Academic Facilities and Student Services
ITS has a strong commitment to provide high-quality graduates with
academic background and strong personal grounding which will
greatly assist them in their professions. This high standard is achieved
through regular assessments to meet the requirements of high quality
education.
ITS has many facilities which comprise first-class seminar rooms,
laboratories at each department, a multipurpose hall (Graha ITS),
theatres, polyclinics, banks, post office, dispensary, fibre-optic based
local area network, workshops, guest houses, mosque and others. The
academic facilities include Central Library, Language Center,
Computer Center, Internet Center, ITS Press, Design Center, etc.
Service to students and lecturers is carried out by more than 1100
staff. ITS has various bureaus such as Students and Academic Bureau,
Financial and General Administration Bureau, and Information System
and Planning Bureau.
To support the learning process, ITS provides several units such as
Central Library, Central Computing Unit, ITS Press or Publication,
Sport Facilities, Language Center and General or Public Facilities.
ITS also has a Language Center which now plays an important part
because all students must go through this unit for intensive training in
the English Language. This has to be done, since they must gain
fluency in the language to support their professional needs, in which
they have to reach a TOEFL score of 450 for undergraduates, 475 for
postgraduates and 500 for doctorates.
Thus, every ITS graduate is expected to master the respected science
and technology and, at the same time, to master English as a means
for international communication.
Student services include students activity center, dormitory, canteen,
student cooperation, sport facilities, and Student Advisory Center
(SAC), the last being a service giving consultation to students who
seek jobs.
Sport facilities are football and indoor football courts (futsal), tennis
court, basketball courts, wall climbing, rafting, volleyball courts,
jogging track and indoor badminton courts. ITS Language Centre
provides training of English, French, German, Arabic, Japanese and
Mandarin for the students.
Table 9
No
1
2
Type Collect
Printed Masters
Book
Journal
Video Cassette
Audio Visual
Collection
Micro Film
Microfiche
Cassette
CD-Room
Slide
Total
Titles
78880
2188
539
Volume
129174
56339
669
154
21
44
1387
10059
12226
1732
2258
100
1902
1005
17247
Networking and Academic Cooperation
with Overseas Universities
As a center of academic works and research, ITS has strong links with industries, governmental
institutions, NGOs, home and overseas universities and organizations. These cooperations involve:
Small, Medium, and Large Industries
PT Badak NGL Co, PT INKA, PT KAI, PT IPTN, PT PAL, PT BBI, PT Caltex Pasific Indonesia, PT Krakatau
Steel, PT Kodja Bahari, PT Pupuk Kaltim, Pertamina, PT Indosat, PT Telkom, PT Freeport Indonesia,
PT PLN, PT Petrokimia Gresik, PT Semen Gresik, PT General Electrick, PT Toyota Astra, PT Cargiil, PT
Bukaka Teknik, PT Adhikarya, PT Garuda Indonesia, PT Philips Indonesia, PT Ericsson Indonesia, PT
Newmont, PT Multipolar, PT Mutidata, etc.
Regional Government
Provinces of Riau, Papua, East Kalimantan, East Java, etc.
Governmental Organisations
Ministry of Public Work, Ministry of Industrial and Trade, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of
Environment, Agency for Assessment and Application of Technologies (BPPT), Indonesian Navy,
Indonesian Air Force, Indonesian Police, National Academy of Sciences (LIPI), Bank of Indonesia,
Ministry of Marine and Fisheries, BPS (Indonesian Statistics), PDT (Ministry of Remote Areas), etc.
Universities in Indonesia
Most universities in; East Java, Hasanutjdin University, Pattimura University, Cenderawasih
University,,.Haluoleo University, Tadulako University, Mataram University, Nusa Cendana University,
Mula- . v warman University, Lambung Mangkurat University, ITB, UGM, Ul, Andalas University, Syah
Kuala University, IPB, etc.
Overseas Universities.
On-going Collaborations
Curtin University of Technology, Australia; University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA; L'Universite Henri
Poincare, Nancy !, France; University (TH) Karlsruhe; Infrastructure Development Institute (IDI),
Japan; Kobe University of Mercantile of Marine; University of Paderborn, Germany; Toyohashi
University of Technology, Japan; MIRCE Academy, UK; Dutch Univ. of Professional Education, Holland;
Enitiaa, Nantes, France; TU Delft University of Tech., Holland; IBC, Higher Studies (M) SDN, BHD,
Malaysia; National Taiwan Univ. of Science & Technology; Kobe University, Japan; Toyo University,
Japan; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Faculty of Engineering-Kumamoto Univ., Japan; Fac. of
Science & Eng. - Saga Univ., Japan; Univ. de La Rochelle, Leur Cooperation Ped.; College of
Architecture - Hanyang Univ, Korea; University College of Boras (UCB); Infrastructure Development
Institute (IDI), Japan; The Institute Geochemistry and Mineralogy Universität (TH) Karlsruhe Germany; University of Qulu Finland, Red Sea University Sudan, Khartoum University Sudan, Gezira
University Sudan, Pusan National University Korea, Pukyong University Korea, Pokhara University
Nepal, Daeduk University Korea, etc.
Previous Collaborations
Eindhoven University of Technology, Holland; University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; University of
Strathclyde, UK; Technical University Berlin, Germany; Toyo University, Japan; Murdoch University,
Australia; University of Montana, USA; University of Hiroshima, Japan; Asian Institute of Technology,
Bangkok, Thailand; University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III, France; Hochschule Bremen, Gerrhany;
Nanyang Technology University (NTU), Singapore; L'lnstitute National Des Science Appliquess (INSA);
University of New Orleans (UNO); Georg-Simon-Ohm Fachhochshule, Nuernberg; Freiberg Univ. of
Mining & Tech; State of Queensland acting through Moreton TAFE; University Teknologi Malaysia
(UTM); Texas A& M Univ. the Edc for community; Postgraduate College Natural Disaster, Germany;
Deakin University, Australia; Soka University, Japan.
Institute of Research and Public Service
To support ITS targets, i.e. Generating relevant and high quality contributions in the
development of science, technology, and art for the needs of national and international level,
the Institute of Research and Community Services (LPPM)-ITS carries out incessant researches
and services whic are of significant benefit to the community.
Research and community service are coordinated by LPPM through the center and integrated
smaller units. All centers and units will be directed into the pre-eminent unit in the control,
development, and application of science and technology to empower the natural resources and
existing community.
There are nine study centers or reaearch centers in ITS, i.e. energy (conservation, extension of
available energy resources, development of new energy resources, alternative and
environmentally friendly energy resources, economic efficiency, strong transmission and
distribution); appropriate technology (urban technology, resources based technology, technology
for small and medium scale industry, tools and equipments for home industry); material
(ceramics, composites, high-performance material, smart material); safety engineering research
center (fire protection system, industrial safety system, safety management, vehicle safety
system); life community and building (passive solar, intelligent, and high performance building,
urban and community planning, socio engineering); environment (the monitoring, analysis, and
industrial waste treatment, remedies of clean technology and control of pollution, recycle and
recovery sewage, noise monitoring and control); transportation (intelligent transportation
system, transportation facility in land and sea. Traffic control and safety system, vehicle
atomotive technology); marine (industrial maritim, bioactive substance, water and natural
resources, marine transportation facilities); information, communication, and microelectronics
(information and communication technology, system and hardware, software utilization, GIS,
remote sensing, information system, mechatronics, microelectronics).
Various factors play important parts in the way of executing collaborations with outside parties
such as willingness to become a partner, cohesiveness of the team and top visions. Financial
consideration is always a dominant.factor for the-success of multiparty collaborations. Research
funding in 2005 is shown In Table 10.
As its commitment community service, LPPM-ITS will be more vigorous in disseminating and
exploring the results of its researches. Dissemination through various media, especially to
people outside ITS will create a mutual benefit between ITS and community. In the future, this
institution will create LPPM Information Systems of ITS containing potency and activities as well
as some works of LPPM lecturers on research and community service.
No
1
2
3
Funding Sources
Local
National
Joint-Ventura
Total
Total
Titles
82
169
94
345
Total Funding
(IDR)
2.550.000.000
11.911.000.000
27.767.000.000
42.228.000.000
Teaching Staff Involved
246
507
45
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GRHA ITS (GRHA ITS)
UPT. Bahasa ITS (Center of Language and Culture)
Politeknik Elektro Negeri Surabaya (State Electronics Polytechnic of
Surabaya)
Politeknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya (State Shipping Polytechnic
of Surabaya)
Jurusan Teknik Industri (Department of Industrial Engineering)
Jurusan Sistem Informasi (Department of Information System)
Laboratorium D3 Teknik Mesin (D3 Mechanical Engineering
Laboratory)
Gedung D3 (D3 Building)
Jurusan Planologi (Department of Regional and Urban Planning)
Jurusan Geomatika (Department of Geomatics)
Gedung Robotika Indonesia (Indonesia Robotics Building)
Jurusan Teknik Lingkungan (Department of Environmental
Engineering)
Jurusan Desain Produk Industri (Department of Industrial Product
Design)
Jurusan Teknik Sipil (Department of Civil Engineering and Planning)
Jurusan Arsitektur (Department of Architecture)
Jurusan Teknik Informatika (Department of Computer Science)
Gedung NASDEC (NASDEC Building)
BPPT (Badan Pengkajian & Penerapan Teknologi) (Agency for the
Assessment and Application of Technology)
Reseach Center
UPMB (UPMB)
Gedung Pasca Sarjana (Post Graduate Building)
Gedung Rektorat (Rectorate Building)
Masjid Manarul 'Ilmi (Manarul 'Ilmi Mosque)
Perpustakaan Pusat ITS (ITS Central Library)
BAAK (Bureau of Academic and Student Affairs)
BAUK (Bureau of Administration and Finance)
Soshum (Social and Law)
PUSKOM (Communication Center)
Jurusan Teknik Kelautan (Department of Ocean Engineering)
Jurusan Sistem Perkapalan (Department of Marine Engineering)
Jurusan Teknik Perkapalan (Department of Naval Architecture)
Jurusan Teknik Kimia (Department of Chemical Engineering)
Jurusan Teknik Elektro (Department of Electrical Engineering)
Jurusan Teknik Fisika (Department of Engineering Physics)
Jurusan Teknik Mesin (Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Jurusan Teknik Material (Department of Material and Metallurgical
Engineering)
SCC (Student Community Center)
Gedung M Web (M-Web Buiding)
SAC (Student Advisory Center)
BNI (Bank of BNI)
Jurusan Kimia (Department of Chemistry)
Jurusan Matematika (Department of Mathematics)
Jurusan Statistik (Department of Statistics)
Jurusan Fisika (Department of Physics)
Jurusan Biologi (Department of Biology)
GOR Indoor (Indoor Sports Arena)
GOR Bulutangkis (Badminton Courts)
Perumahan Dosen (Lecturer's Housing)
Stadion (Stadium)
Asrama Mahasiswa (ITS Student Dormitory)
Medical Center ITS (Medical Center of ITS)
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