The number of studies per department within the last 3 years

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Fund Research by the Department within the last 3 years

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Research activities are carried out in an integrated manner is a form of academic activities directly related to the PBM. Thus, a variety of research activities carried out corresponding to the area of ​​expertise (competencies) are owned by the faculty in their academic tasks. Research conducted by faculty Mathematics and Natural Sciences in line with existing research universities and national level. In the Faculty has developed a roadmap that covers research studies on energy, biodiversity, food security, natural resources, information technology, transportation, medical and disaster mitigation is in accordance with the needs of today’s society and are relevant to the development of science and disciplines. Policy on the use of funds DPP / SPP for research activities started in 2009 devoted to the development of research in the respective umbrella majors and courses in accordance with the focus of the development related to the discipline of science research as outlined in the roadmap. The research topics are determined independently by research groups in accordance with the roadmap of research that will be conducted in accordance scientific field. Faculty imposes limits on the vision and mission of the Faculty. Thus the research topics will be in accordance with the vision and mission and focus areas of faculty development. In addition to strengthening the level of competence in the field of study, funding DPP / SPP can also double as an initiator to obtain greater research funding as well as in the context of faculty development in research. With the development of research policy development roadmap, then each faculty has a research agenda, both individually and in his research group. With the roadmap set the research agenda can be monitored for compliance between planning and execution roadmap. Determination of the umbrella policy research roadmap is deemed able to adapt to the development of science and technology and can accommodate any new ideas of research. With the research agenda in the research roadmap, the existence of facts and new information can be accommodated shall be used as an effort to increase research roadmap. It is understood as a consequence that the results of the research and development of science is a pattern of building blocks that are dynamic. However, the determination of the dynamic development of the roadmap made ​​will still have a development flow that has a direction and a target. Long-term research agenda embodied by each program of study in the form of research roadmap. Implementation of the parts is done through the implementation of the roadmap annually through fund DPP / SPP and through grant funds to another. As an account of the research activities conducted, faculty are required to make a report of research and publication of the results of research activities carried out. Evaluation of the performance of work of the research activities carried out through the annual monitoring and evaluation process and review process. Presentation of results of research conducted by of researchers as part of the accountability and quality assurance in research efforts. Policies to demand through seminars and publications in journals have encouraged the growth of a culture of publication. In addition to an effort to participate and ensure accountability and credibility of the research, the publication can be obtained benefits for promoting expertise of researchers. Availability of lecturers portfolio website which also contains faculty research activities and publications helped spread information and accountability lecturer in research activities and publications. To ensure research productivity in each program of study / majors drafted a policy requiring the involvement of students in faculty research activities. Pattern allocation of research budgets closely linked to the research roadmap puts the proportionality of activities and achievements of each group of researchers at and associated roadmap the availability of resources. Monitoring is done by developing productivity EWMP instrument (faculty workload), which also contained the obligatory implementation of research activities. On the other hand with the availability of information systems faculty portfolio also encourage faculty to be more productive because it will be widely exposed. Faculty also continue to encourage and facilitate the faculty members actively competing in obtaining research grants. Dissemination of information on the availability of external sources of funds are actively carried out by the faculty through a variety of communication media. Efforts to establish cooperation with institutions in the country, abroad and also networking with other stakeholders (Local Government, Corporate, other government agencies) continue to do so also encourages the exercise of continuous research activities. Liability for faculty research activities directly certified also helps in boosting the productivity of faculty policy research. Provision of internal research funding sources are continually improved numbers also ensure an increase in research productivity. Monitoring the implementation and reporting of results and accountability inherent done through an agreed monitoring mechanism. Judging from the availability of research funding by 30% of the total fund faculty, it appears that the source of funding for faculty research is available with either. These funds are available through a variety of funding schemes and spread in different groups of researchers. The system of investment and development of infrastructure / facilities are transparent and carried out by the procurement committee having regard to the need-based demand majors. Procurement committee has autonomy in procurement mechanisms. The mechanism of the development is done with reference to the vision and mission and development needs through planning. Each laboratory and field studies to plan further development of equipment that is structured as a plan of development requirements. The planning of investment and development of infrastructure / facilities each year is done through working meetings and Senate meetings. The workshop was attended by the head of the faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences faculty, the professors, the chairman and the secretary of department, head of the study program (Postgraduate, Undergraduate, Diploma), director of the laboratory, the workshop chairman, GJM, KTU, and the Head. The resulting product is a budget plan and work program of Faculty for the coming financial year (this year’s meeting resulted in a plan of work and budget for the work program FMIPA the next fiscal year). The results were presented at the next working meeting within the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural senate meeting to enhance the investment and development plans. In the implementation of investment plans and development, procurement committee at the faculty level involves the personnel department as an ad hoc committee. Implementation of procurement of equipment following the existing rules relating to funding sources that are used. Funds for the state budget and non-tax revenues following the Presidential Decree 80 of 2003. As for the funding of grants (FLE) to follow the rules that are used (or atauran government rules of institutions / donor governments).The system of investment and development of infrastructure / facilities carefully arranged jointly between the College and the Department faculty and contained in the strategic plan which is valid until 2011. In detail, the investment plan set forth in the annual budget plan that is always discussed through department meetings, faculty and senate. To ensure transparency, investment plan documents are available and can be accessed by academicians are entitled. Research cooperation network is also being developed individually by the faculty and the institutional framework under P3M unit at the faculty level. Promotional efforts to outside users and continues to develop well-establishing cooperation with local governments, private sector, research institutions and government agencies, or other technical departments and institutions of education and research at the international level. Sabbatical leave policy, the urge to follow PAR, faculty involvement in post-doctoral research activities are also a part of a policy to increase international research networks.