Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks for Radiation Monitoring

Hendriyanto Haditjahyono (dudit), BATAN

dudit holds a Master's Degree in Instrumentation Physics from University of Indonesia in Jakarta and continuing practical education in the field of nuclear instrumentation for some years in West Germany. As a lecturer/instructor in the Center for Education and Training of BATAN with specialization on nuclear instrumentation. He had involved in several IAEA training courses and assignments related to nuclear electronics and spectroscopy. Recently (since 2009) he is posted as director of the Center for Education and Training - BATAN

Marco Zennaro, ICTP

Marco holds a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Universita di Trieste and a Ph.D. from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. As a researcher in the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, he has focused on the use of ICT for development, particularly for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and scientific applications. He is one of the authors of three books: Wireless Networking in the Developing World, Science Dissemination using Open Access, and Mobile Science and Learning. Marco has taught courses about wireless technologies for many years in numerous countries.

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Sebastian Buettrich, ITU

Sebastian holds a Ph.D. in quantum physics from the Technical University of Berlin in Germany, with a focus on optics, radio spectroscopy, photovoltaic systems and scientific programming. Sebastian works with (low-cost) wireless technology, open source software and solar energy to build networks, systems, skills and capacity -- as a manager, developer, architect, consultant and teacher.

Chris Wang, FreakLabs

Akiba works at FreakLabs and is one of the founders of Tokyo Hackerspace. He's also a researcher at Keio University, done extensive work with Safecast for radiation monitoring, and designs devices for UNESCO. His interests lie in open source sensor networks and their applications. When he's not working on "serious" things, he likes collaborating on art/dance projects. Recently he's taken an abnormal interest in farming as well.

Freaklab's webpage »

CHO Thu Thu Zaw Ministry of Science and Technology Union of Myanmar cho1980@gmail.com
DO Ngoc Diep Department of Atomic Energy VIET NAM diepdnd@gmail.com
HERYANTO Toto Directorate of Technical Support and Nuclear Emergency, BAPETEN INDONESIA t.heryanto@bapeten.go.id
I PUTU Susila Nuclear Instrumentation and Engineering Center, BATAN INDONESIA putu@batan.go.id
KARYONO Kanisius Computer Engineering Department, Multimedia Nusantara University INDONESIA karyono@unimedia.ac.id
LAKSONO Tri Cahyo PTNBR, BATAN INDONESIA triclaksono@gmail.com
LIEW Shiuh Deh Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman MALAYSIA liewsd@utar.edu.my
OUNPANICH Bancha Nuclear Engineering Faculty of Engineering Chulalongkorn University THAILAND bancha.o@chula.ac.th
SANTOSO Wiranto Budi Nuclear Instrumentation and Engineering Center, BATAN INDONESIA wiranto@batan.go.id
SETIONO Andi Pusat Penelitian Fisika, LIPI INDONESIA andisetiono@gmail.com
SRIYA Maitree Office Of Atom For Peace THAILAND maitree@oaep.go.th
SULISTYO Jos Budi Nuclear Instrumentation and Engineering Center, BATAN INDONESIA soj@batan.go.id
SUPARDJO Adi Abimanyu Center for Accelerators and Materials Process Technology, BATAN INDONESIA abimanyu.adi@batan.go.id
TUMNOI Yutthana Bureau of Technical Support for Safety Regulations Office of Atoms for Peace THAILAND yutthana@oaep.go.th
UNTARA Radioactive Waste Technology Center, BATAN INDONESIA tara@batan.go.id
YULIAN Alvano Nuclear Instrumentation and Engineering Center, BATAN INDONESIA alvano_yulian@yahoo.com
YUSSUP Nolida Instrumentation and Automation Centre, Malaysian Nuclear Agency MALAYSIA nolida@nuclearmalaysia.gov.my