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					Agriculture Adaptation
 in Response to Global
Climate Change toward
   Food Security and
1. Improving Research Excellent
     on Agriculture Adaptation        Academic
   2. Strengthening Agricutural
                                     1. Quality,
   Research for Food Security &      Relevance,
                   Sovereignity      Efficiency
      3. Linking Agricultural HE,   Employability
       government, community          3. Social
                      (Outreach)    Responsibility

       4. Internationalization of
      Academic Performance in
     YEAR 1 (2009/2010)
            ACHIEVEMENT OF
 The overall assessment of the first year activity progressing
 as scheduled. However, the procurement process needs to be
 accelerated especially for the ICB and NCB bidding process.

    Overall achievement of Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
 which comprises of Main and Auxiliary indicators is 52%
 (Table 2.1).
    The achievement for the Quality Relevance and Efficiency
 has reached 41.1% which consists of Research (27.9%),
 Student Selectivity (3.3%), and Revenue Generating Activity
 (RGA) (9.4%).
    Achievement for the indicators which contribute to
 Employability and Social Responsibility is 6.4% and 4.9%,
which 10 of them have reached more than 50% of achievement,
e.g. Number of International Publication (accepted) (58%);
Product with IPR potential (53%); Production of research based
S2 student (61%); Production of research based S3 student
(61%); Number of cited publication (Google Scholar) (71%);
Graduate student selectivity (S2) (55%); Length of study of S2
graduates (55.6%); Revenue Generating Activity (62%);
Employability of undergraduate within 6 months of graduation
or directly pursuing graduate study (64%); Research assistance
for under-privileged student (S2) (58%).

To achieve the objectives, there are 28 auxiliary indicators (out of
40 auxiliary indicators, Table 2.15-2.54) which have also reached
more than 50%. The auxiliary indicators are developed as unique
indicators related to the selected theme of I-MHERE B2c IPB.
                  PROGRAM A

 Advanced research kick-off workshop (IPB ICC,March 11,
  Objective: to consolidate the lesson learned and socialize
  the agriculture adaptation strategies and also to review the
  proposed advanced research activities within the I-MHERE
  B.2c framework.
  Output: Research Platform on Adaptation of Agricultural in
  Responding to Climate Change

 Internal monitoring and evaluation of research activity has
  been conducted on Monday September 27, 2010,
  coordinated by LPPM IPB
  Achievement of an improving advanced research
  on agricultural adaptation:
a. Mutant and RIL population of rice lines adapted to tidal and
   acid soil have been selected
b. Development of F5 generation of rice adapted to water
   limited condition and low emissions Methane from 28
   combinations of crosses.
c. Establishment of the M3 segregated population of soybean
    adapted to drought and acid soil for bulk population.
d. "smart machine" with variable rate technology (VRT) is being
e. Guidance Control for Smart Tractor: development and
    interfacing program to acquire GPS data , design
    mechatronics of steering, brake and throttle, and
    development of Image Processing algorithm to avoid
Achievement of an Increasing the Resilience of
Agriculture System to Global Warming and Climate
a. Data screening was performed and two downscaling models
   have been developed, namely downscaling with Artificial
   Neural Network and Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference
   System methods.
b. Consultations has been carried out through focus group
   discussions in Indramayu and Pacitan Districts, that were
   attended by representatives from agriculture offices and
   related agencies as well as other stakeholders.
c. Semi-dynamics cropping patterns in Indramayu and Pacitan area
   adjusted to the characteristics of ENSO based on predictions
   published by BMKG, are being developed.
             PROGRAM B

1.Release of new varieties:

  1.Rice :
    a. Awaiting a formal letter from the Ministry
      of Agriculture for Variety Release :
     2 varieties of IPB low land rice

     b. Multilocation Test :
      10 lines of irrigated rice planting seaso
       I in 9 locations
 1.Release of new varieties:

    2. Soybean,
       6 elite lines : multilocation test in Java,
        Sumatra and South Kalimantan

      A                          B                      C
(a)The growth of soybean in the rainy season in Majalengka,
(b) Drying process of plant samples after harvest in Majalengka,
(c) Seed from experiments in Majalengka
1.Release of new varieties:

  3. Chilly
  a. Awaiting a formal letter from the Ministry of
      Agriculture for Variety Release
      Hybrid Hot Pepper of IPB CH3 Variety

     b. Evaluation of 25 promising lines for multi-
         location test
2. Development of GAP in organic farming

a. Development of Integrated Pest Management
   Program (IPM)
    Key practical pest identification; a guide for
      farmer to identify pest problems for Rice,
      Soybean, and Chili
    Workshop on BLH Pest Management:
      Cooperation Amongst Farmer, Local
      Government, Ministry of Agriculture and Bogor
      Agricultural University attended by 21 farmer
      representatives of 7 rice production centers
2. Development of GAP in organic farming

b. Advanced infrastructure for food security and
-- Development of Automatic Irrigation System for
   Agricultural Production Land:
    Groundwater flow modeling has been conducted
   and applied in computer simulations
   Modelling water balance have also been carried
   out and applied to the simulation control.
    Control system modeling has been done for a
   simple fuzzy controller system.
    Assembly control system has been done up to th
   point field controller.
                   Program C
 Linking Agriculture Higher
    Education, Government,
and Community (Outreach)
      Agricultural Adaptation in Response to Global Climate
          Change toward Food Security and Sovereignty

   Program A:
   Agricultural Response To Global
   Change Toward Food Security And                          Program B:
   Sovereignty (12 Act.)                                    Strengthening Agricultural
                                                            Research For Food Security And
                                                            Sovereignty (2 Act.)
   Program C:
   Linking Agriculture Higher
   Education, Government, and                               Program D:
   Community (Outreach) (7 Act.)                            Internationalization of Academic
                                                            Performance in Agriculture (3 Act.)

• To provide concepts and methods to researchers on how to plan, conduct, and
  organize advanced research activities in response to the climate change.
• To integrate the roles of scientists into the decision-making processes through
  science policy interfacing, especially in transforming research results and findings
  in agriculture adaptation into meaningful and effective information.
• To enhance the capacity of agriculture students and scientists in raising awareness
  of agriculture-related global change research among partner universities and,
  thus, promoting the application of scientific knowledge on agricultural education.
                                 Program C:
     Linking Agriculture Higher Education, Government, and
                         Community (Outreach)

   Act. 1. Science-Policy
   C.1.1. Dose Reduction of Fertilizer on
            Rice Production
   C.1.2. Development of Pests and
            Diseases Internet Database for
            Important Food Crops and                             Act. 2. Acceleration and
                                                                           Penetration of IPR
   C.1.3. Propagation of Integrated Plant
            Disease Control Through Mobile                       C.2.1. IPR Grant
            Plant Clinic                                         C.2.2. IPR Protection
   C.1.4. Dissemination and Adoption of                          C.2.3. Launching New Varieties
            Corn Noodle Technology for
            Small and Medium Enterprises

• To obtain technology that able to decrease the use of synthesized fertilizer, to increase
  rice production based on organic farming system.
• To have GAP used in high production of organic rice
• To have a recommendation to the government regarding reduce fertilizer technology
  and increase rice production based on applied GAP in organic farming system.
• To conduct assessment on functional properties of local agricultural commodities, the
  development of food processing technology based on local agricultural commodities,
  and and acceleration of technology dissemination and adoption.
            Act. 1. Science-Policy Interfacing

 The technology of straw and manure application could
 reduce the use of fertilizer NPK to 50%.
 Database programs of food crops and horticulture have
 been tried to run stand alone (not yet installed on a server)
 and works fine.
 Lokakarya Pengelolaan Wereng Coklat: Kemitraan Petani,
  Pemerintah Daerah, Kementerian Pertanian dan Institut
  Pertanian Bogor in Toyib Hadiwijaya Auditorium on June
  15-16th , 2010
 2 policy brief:
  Pengelolaan “Wereng Coklat”: Kemitraan Petani, Pemda,
     Kementan dan IPB
  Diseminasi Teknologi Mie Jagung bagi UKM
 Dissemination and Adoption of Corn Noodle Technology for
 SMEs: Dryer construction that will be introduced to corn
 miller/ corn powder producer; Development of training
 module; Training on production of corn noodle for SMEs
    Act. 2. Acceleration and Penetration of IPR

• 2 patent applications
• A guidebook “Panduan Permohonan Paten dan
  PVT bagi Sivitas Akademika IPB”
• 19 varieties launched by Minister of Agricultural
   in October 3rd 2010
Database of Food Crops and Horticulture
Workshop on Management of brown planthopper
    (Wereng coklat) and Mobile Plant Clinic
Dissemination and Adoption of Corn Noodle
           Technology for SMEs
Protection of IPR Activities
                  List of New Varieties
No   Variety of Plant       Status       No Variety of Plant   Status
1    Padi IPB 1R DADAHUP    Released     11 Pepaya Sukma       Released
2    Padi IPB 2R BAKUMPAI   Released        Sukabumi
3    Kentang DEA            Released     12 Pepaya Calilna     Released
4    Melon Bright Meta      -            13 Pepaya Carlia      In Process
5    Melon Snow White       -            14 Nenas PK-1         In Process
     Meta                                15 Pisang Kepok       In Process
6    Melon Sunrise Meta     Released        Unti Sayang
7    Melon Orange Meta      Released     16 Alpukat Miki       In Process
8    Melon Equator Meta     In Process   17 Cabai IPB CH-3     Released
9    Pepaya Arum Bogor 1    -            18 Cabai Pesona IPB   -
10   Pepaya Carisya         Released     19 Cabai Seloka IPB   -
Performance Indicator
No. Title                             Chairman of           Registration    Informatio
Output                               Inventor Team         Number/Paten          n
     Komposisi Zat Pengatur Tumbuh   Prof. Dr. Ir.         ID 0 000 412 S   Granted
     untuk Meningkatkan Produksi     Nurhayati Ansori
     Umbi Mini Kentang               Mattjik, MS
     Formulasi Bakteri untuk         Prof. Dr. Antonius    ID 00 18921      Granted
     Meningkatkan Kebugaran          Suwanto, MSc
     Tanaman dan Menghambat
     Penyakit Bisul Bakteri
     Tugal Semi Mekanis              Ir. Agus Sutejo, MSi P00200100066
     Roda Besi Lahan Kering untuk    Dr. Ir. Radite P.A.   S00200800139
     Traktor 2-Roda                  Setiawan, M.Agr
     Komposisi Media dan Teknologi   Dr. Ir. Mulyorini     S00200100120
     Sederhana Produksi              Rahayuningsih,
     Bioinsektisida dari Bacillus    MSi
     thuringiensis subsp Kurstaki
     Proses Produksi Umbi Bibit      Prof. Dr. Ir. G.A.   S 20000200
     Kentang dari Stek Mini          Wattimena, MSc
     Komponen Penggetar Sayap        Dr. Ir. Radite PA    P00200500755
     Untuk Bajak Subsoil Getar       Setiawan, MAgr
     Insektisida Nabati untuk        Dr. Ir. Dadang, M.Sc P00200700568
     Pengendalian Hama Sayuran dan
     Proses Pembuatannya
     Media dan Proses Produksi       Dr. Ir. Lisdar I.     P00200800431
     Biopestisida Bio-LC4 dari       Sudirman
Output           LIST OF NEW VARIETY
         Variety of Plant               Status
 1       Padi pasang surut varietas 1   Certified
 2       Padi pasang surut varietas 2   Certified
 3       Kentang DEA                    Certified
 4       Melon Sunrise Meta             Certified
 5       Melon Orange Meta              Certified
 6       Melon Equator Meta             In Process
 7       Pepaya Carisya                 Certified
 8       Pepaya Sukma                   Certified
 9       Pepaya Calina                  Certified
 10      Pepaya Carlia                  In Process
 11      Nenas PK1                      In Process
 12      Pisang Unti Sayang             In Process
 13      Alpukat Niki                   In Process
 14      Cabai CH-3                     Certified
 15      Cabai OP                       In Process
Output "bogorCited Title
 Key Word:
 No. Page  ∑
              agricultural university"

 1       1    1           Chromatin remodeling in neural stem cell differentiation
 2            1           Direct evidence of the South Java Current system in Ombai Strait

 3       2    1           Ant communities on small tropical islands: effects of island size and
                          isolation are obscured by habitat disturbance and ‘tramp’ ant species
 4            2           Dietzia timorensis sp. nov., isolated from soil
 5       4    1           Response of cocoa trees (Theobroma cacao) to a 13-month desiccation
                          period in Sulawesi, Indonesia
 6            1           Mitochondrial evidence for multiple radiations in the evolutionary
                          history of small apes
 7       5    2           Spatial Pattern of Suburbanization and Land Use Change Process:
                          Case Study in Jakarta Suburb
 8            3           Impending conservation crisis for Southeast Asian amphibians
 9       6    1           Terrestrial herb communities of tropical submontane and tropical
                          montane forests in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
 10      8    6           Effects of an experimental drought on the functioning of a cacao
                          agroforestry system, Sulawesi, Indonesia
 11      13   1           Biodiversity patterns and trophic interactions in human-dominated
                          tropical landscapes in Sulawesi (Indonesia): plants, arthropods and
 12      45   1           Bank Syariah Potensi Preferensi dan Perilaku Masyarakat di Wilayah
                          Jawa Barat
 Total        21
 No. Page      ∑ Cited   Title
 1       3     1         Isolation and Identification of Ice-Nucleating-Active
                         Bacteria from Indonesian Edible Leafy Plant Poh-Pohan
                         (Pilea glaberina)
 2       5     4         Structural and Functional Analysis of FLAG Tagged-
                         Subunit 8 of Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
                         Mitochondrial ATP Synthase
 3       58    1         Ruminal Methane Production on Simple Phenolic Acids
                         Addition in in Vitro Gas Production Method
 4       60    2         Preferensi Pakan dan Kebutuhan Nutrien Anoa Gunung
                         (Bubalus quarlesi Ouwens 1910) pada Kondisi
 5       99    1         Growth hormone mitigates against lethal irradiation and
                         enhances hematologic and immune recovery in mice and
                         nonhuman Primates
 6             1         Structure and management of cocoa agroforestry systems
                         in Central Sulawesi across an intensification gradient
 7       100   1         Pests, Pestilence, and People: The Long-Tailed Macaque
                         and Its Role in the Cultural Complexities of Bali
 Total         11
                   PROGRAM D
                 IN AGRICULTURE

• Education plays important roles in leveraging people awareness and
   understanding on sustainable agriculture and climate change
• IPB is one of institution that have that specific task
• Some Department has a long standing cooperation with university
• Presently, IPB intended to achieve international standard and
   working in international atmosphere. IPBCC, in particular, that
   serve as a repository unit for microbial culture collected by
   microbiologists of IPB has also intended to be recognized as testing
   laboratory with international management standard.
                   PROGRAM D
                 IN AGRICULTURE

• Education plays important roles in leveraging people awareness and
   understanding on sustainable agriculture and climate change
• IPB is one of institution that have that specific task
• Some Department has a long standing cooperation with university
• Presently, IPB intended to achieve international standard and
   working in international atmosphere. IPBCC, in particular, that
   serve as a repository unit for microbial culture collected by
   microbiologists of IPB has also intended to be recognized as testing
   laboratory with international management standard.
Activity D.2. Student & staff trans-national mobility
  IPB intends to strengthen its networking capacity and to improve the
  competitiveness of the Dep. of AGH, BIO, and TEP under the approach strategy
  called Student/Staff Trans-national Mobility.

Main Objective
  to enhance trans-national mobility of student and teaching staff.

Specific objectives
i) Carrying out benchmarking of education program implementation and
     research to overseas institution
ii) Conducting overseas internship and/or summer school/ exchange student
iii) Developing post graduate curriculum for internationalization of selected study
iv) Pre-assessing of dual-degree program with foreign universities
v) Preparing online course materials
vi) Supporting underprivileged graduate students.
 1.Students/staff Exchange, Credit Earning and internship
Activities           Corresponding university         Number of       Duration
Student internship   IPB-University of Essex (UK)     1               14 July-14 August 2010
                     IPB-TUAT (Japan)                 1               2-31 August 2010
Staff internship/    IPB-University of Essex (UK)     1               2- 14 August 2010
exchange             IPB-TUAT (Japan)                 1               Sept-Dec 2009
                     Kasselto UniversityUniversity- 1/2 (Japan),      11-20 Nov 2009
                     IPBof Ibaraki and
                     NAIST-IPB                      5                 Various dates
                     TUAT (Japan)-IPB                 1               4-7 Oct 2010
Credit earning       IU (Japan)-IPB                   24 /4           21-26 Sept 2010
(Summer Course)*     Tsukuba University (Japan)-      4               21-26 Sept 2010
  * Summer course at IPB, activities equal to 2 CSU
Benchmarking Program

Department   Corresponding university                            Result
AGH          University of Nottingham                            Common
             University Putra Malaysia                           platform,
                                                                 possiblity of
BIO          University of Essex (UK)                            having joint
             TUAT (Japan)                                        research/joint
             IU (Japan)                                          supervision/joint
             Edinburgh University (UK)                           maintaining
             University of Nancy (France)                        student exchange
TEP          Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)            program, credit
                                                                 earning and
             Chiang Mai University (Thailand)                    initiating dual
             Trengganu Advance Technology Institute (Malaysia)   degree program
Pre-assessment of double-degree program with foreign

IPB-Ibaraki University
    1. meeting in IU discussing the curriculum proposed by IPB
       and summer course program on July 2010
    2. Seminar on strengthening the concept of double degree
       program, improved curriculum, enrolment and degree
                Program D
   Internationaization of
Academic Performance in
Activity D.1. Strengthening academic quality

Corporate Resource Information System is very
important to support academic excellence. The
achievement which has been obtained from I-MHERE
B2.b will be extended to cover the comprehensive
corporate resource information system. It is expected
that through this system, corporate profile will become
an excellent reference for assuring the quality of
academic performance and for developing key
performance indicators for university lecturers and
supporting staff in the following areas such as teaching,
research and extension (outreach).
Objective of this activity was to strenghten Corporate Resource
Information System of IPB. The specific objectives were to: i) re-
engineer of the existing applications; ii) develop job, career, and
alumni syste; iii) develop research and services database; and iv)
develop online journal system.

Activity re-engineer of the existing applications include
improvement, development and implementation of applications that
already exist. These applications are: Balanced Score Card (BSC),
Knowledge Management System (KMS), Finance – Tuition Fee
(SPP), Academic (SIMAK: SIMAK desktop and Graduate Degree
Program, KRS Online), Human Resources (SIMPEG, DUPAK,
Kinerja, Payroll), dan Facilities and Properties (management
development laboratory equipment). The achievements of Re-
engineering of the Existing Applications are described in Table 3.7.
      Strengthening Corporate Resource
              Information System.
Re-engineering of the Existing       Value of Indicators (%)
        Applications                 Baseline         Target Year I   Achievement Year I
                                                                         /Semester 1
Re-engineering Balanced Score        50              100              60
Card Application
Re-engineering Knowledge             50              100              70
Management System Application

Re-engineering Finance – Tuition     50              100              65
Fee Application
Re-engineering Academic              60              90               70
Re-engineering Human Resources       60              90               65
Re-engineering Facilities and        30              100              45
Properties Application Application
Developing Applications       Value of Indicators (%)

                              Baseline      Target Year I    Achievement
                                                            Year I /Semester

Developing Job, Career, and   -             40              30
Alumni Application

Developing Research and       -             40              28
Services Application

Developing Online Journal     -             40              40
System Application
No   Criteria   Indicators                               Baseline   Target Year I    Achievement       Keterangan
                                                                                    Year I /Semester
16   Quality    Active Members/Contributors (person)     50         100             202                Dosen, mahasiswa

17              Number of Document (Full text):

                Articles                                 1664       1750            3023               Sumber:KMS &
                Dissertations                            715        800             1072               Sumber:KMS &
                Thesis                                   1531       1550            4648               Sumber:KMS &
                MoU                                      35         40              46                 Sumber:KMS &
                Minute Meeting                           12         20              18                 Sumber:KMS &
                Proposal                                 27         30              602                Sumber:KMS &
                SOP/Guidelines                           3          10              7                  Sumber:KMS &
                Site Plan                                12         15              12                 Sumber:KMS

                Letter of Meeting Invitation             82         100             82                 Sumber:KMS

                Letter of Assignments                    0          5               5                  Sumber:KMS &
                Letter of Legal Aspects (SK, PP, etc)    39         45              103                Sumber:KMS &
                Patents                                  2          50              102                Sumber:KMS &
                Number of visitors a day [based on IPB   600        700             1531     
                web counter and Cluster maps] (user)                                                   id, tgl 30/08/2010
Scholarship for underprivileged students
 1. Fourteen out of ninety three applicants of scholarship for underprivileged
    students had been selected to get I-MHERE scholarship.
 2. Selection was done under coordination          of postgraduate school with
    program study approval.
 3. Six criterias used for the selection such as acceptance status, GPA, length
    of time after graduation, level of accreditation of the university,
    geographical location of the university, research sinopsis, and financial
 4. For MSP study Program (BIO), this program increased the number of S2
    applicants, from 3 in 2008 and 18 in 2009 to 24 in 2010. The accepted
    student is 18 persons. The selectivity ratio is 75% and prior this year, the
    selectivity ratio is about 90%. The achievement of year 1 is above the
    target (88%). The number of accepted students is also higher than first
    year target (9 students).
Activity D.3. International accreditation (unit, laboratory)

  IPBCC is a repository unit for microbial culture from various
  environmental site, including those responsible for sustainable
  agriculture and for climate change. This culture collection unit has
  been operated for 10 years on the bases conventional management.
  The preservation of microbes now should be updated to ensure the
  culture quality that implies international standard level.

  • improving quality microbial collection towards international
     standard as a platform of international research
• Increasing number of indigenous tropical microbial culture
  collection. About 640 isolates have been deposited as either as
  restricted or open deposit. The other 360 isolates is being
  under preparation for preservation process.
• Requirements for application of ISO 17025:2005 is under
  progressed of fulfillment such as quality and technical
  documents for ISO 17025 has been prepared, KAN proficiency
  test for dried microbial culture (Coliform, E. coli, Salmonella
  and Aspergillus flavus) has been performed, trainings for ISO
  competency of managers and supervisor and analysts, such as
  introductory and understanding of ISO 17025 has been done
  on February 2010 and on June 2010 for internal auditory and
  in 14-15 Oct 2010 for method validation. Essential instruments
  had been calibrated. OECD GLP guideline for microbiology
  laboratory is on trial implementation. All the process is under
  BIOTROP consultancy.
   In the first year of implementation, there were five
 packages of goods and equipment:
   one package of ICB (international competitive bidding),
   one package of the NCB category (national competitive
   two packages of SH (shopping), and
   one package DC (direct contracting).
One package of construction services is by non-
competitive bidding/direct contracting.

For ICB procurement of a package category, it
has received a notice of NOL (No Objection
Letter)- twice from the Word Bank. It has been
advertised in the DG Market online and Koran
Tempo in October 1, 2010

   At the institution level, to assure the quality of the programs
implementation, internal monitoring and review have been
conducted especially for research activity under Program A and
B as well as competitive IPR grant under Program C.

   Monev in for the overall program is planned to be conducted
in October 2010. The monev in activity will evaluate results of
on-going programs and plan for next year programs (PIP). The
monevin activity is coordinated by TIME under QA Office.
Thematic seminar will be conducted at the end of 2010 or early

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