Jatinangor Campus

ITB Jatinangor campus will be developed on the land asset of West Java Province Government which once used by Universitas Winaya Mukti Jatinangor. The land with area of +/- 47 ha stretches from north and south and faces Jalan Raya Bandung – Sumedang. In the future, the government plans to build Cileunyi – Sumedang – Dawuan (Cisumdawu) toll road on the north side of campus. In around 1980, Jatinangor established as city university in the development strategy of satellite cities Bandung or well known as Bandung Metropolitan.

Location

ITB Jatinangor campus has bumpy land topography with the highest contour on the north side. The contour decreases on the west side towards Ci Caringin creek and on the southern land towards Jalan Raya Jatinangor. At the time this campus was developed, there were existing facilities consist of the following buildings:

  • Rectorate Building and Administration Center (3 Floors)
  • Faculty of Engineering Building (3 Floors)
  • Faculty of Economics Building (2 Floors)
  • Forestry Faculty Building (2 and 1 Floor)
  • Classroom (84 Rooms)
  • Laboratories, including Forestry Laboratories

There are also supporting facilities such as Library, Multipurpose building, sport facilities (soccer fields, tennis court, and basketball court). In addition, there are also several facilities located on Tanjungsari campus such as :

  • Faculty of Agriculture Building
  • Classroom (14 Rooms)
  • Laboratories, including agricultural laboratories

Academic Development Plan

In order to carry out ITB’s mission especially related to human resource development, the scientific development at ITB – Jatinangor campus is directed to the formation of study programs that will produce human resources specifically that can support:

  • Increase Food Security
  • Utilization of Natural Resources
  • Preservation of the environment
For the development of research, activities on ITB Jatinangor campus will be focuses on:
  • Research that contributes to the needs of the community, and preferably is a whole research that follows the chain of processes from the beginning to produce prototypes; in this case food technology and bioengineering
  • Research that utilizes natural resources as much as possible
  • Research that does not rely on partnership with foreign institutions
  • Research that has a close relationship with educational programs and community service
In general, the academic programs that will be developed are:
  • Undergraduate program (S1)
  • Master and Doctoral Research
  • Continuing Education
  • Transfer degree
  • Research and Community Service
  • Research in the Field Laboratory

Undergraduate Program (S1)
Programs which relevant to the field of science that will be developed at ITB Jatinangor Campus include the following:

  1. Forestry and Agriculture Sector
    a. Faculty of Forestry and Faculty of Agriculture that merged into School of Biological Science and Technology
    b. Agricultural Engineering
    c. Forestry Engineering
    d. Bio Engineering
    e. Post-harvest Technology
  2. Environmental, Pharmacy, Chemical and Biological Engineering (proposed new study programs)
    a. S1 Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering
    b. S1 Bioengineering
    c. S1 Food Technology
  3. Civil Engineering, Geodesy, and Geology (proposed new study program)
    a. S1 Water Resources Engineering
    b. S1 Hydrographic Engineering
    c. S1 Survey and Mapping
  4. Economics and Management
    a. Economic Innovation
    b. Spatial Economics
    c. Techno – economy

Master Programs (S2)
The Master’s Program to be developed at ITB Jatinangor Campus includes:
a. Masters in Applied Sensors and Geographic Information Systems
b. Masters in Groundwater Engineering
c. Master in Applied Landscape Architecture

Continuing Education
Accommodate the following activities:

  • The skills of SME craftsmen
  • Knowledge and skills in the field of electrical and informatics engineering
  • Expertise in the field of design and crafts from traditional artifacts
  • Expertise in technology: CAD, NC Programming, Workshop Practice
  • Management expertise: estimation in recording costs, production management, inspection, and quality control

Transfer Degree
Accommodate the following activities:

  • School of Electrical and Informatics Engineering (STEI)
    b. Digital Media Technology
    c. Computer network Engineering
  • School of Life Science and Technology (SITH)
    a. Aquaculture
    b. Plant tissue isolation method
    c. Village Entrepreneurship
  • Faculty of Fine Arts and Design (FSRD)
    a. Design Animation
    b. The game
    c. Advertising Based Product Implementation
  • Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology (FITB)
    a. Geomatics
    b. Mapping

Research Activity
Campus research activities are accommodated in two types of facilities namely Technopark and Field Laboratory

Technopark
Accommodate the following activities:

  1. Mechanical Production Engineering Center
  2. Sustainable Energy Park
  3. Center for Forest and Agricultural Product Technology Development
  4. Center for the Development of Creative Industries
  5. Bio Technopark (Myco-Tech Center (Mushroom Cultivation) and Fermentation Center)
  6. Community Based Design Center (SME Packaging Center and Development & Design Center)
  7. IKM New Entrepreneurship Incubator for Machinery
  8. Herbal Extraction Center

Field Laboratory
Accommodate the following activities:

  1. Agricultural mechanization Laboratory
  2. Field Geology, Engineering and Environmental Geology, Soil Geology Laboratory
  3. Geodetic Field Laboratory
  4. Appropriate Environmental Technology Laboratory
  5. Marine Engineering Laboratory
  6. Geophysics Laboratory
  7. Educational Meteorological Station
  8. Animal Breeding House
  9. Geomechanics and Mining Equipment Laboratory
  10. Drilling and blasting Laboratory
  11. Process Metallurgy (processing, extraction, physical metallurgy) Laboratory