Curriculum Vitae

Dedy Hermawan Bagus Wicaksono

Electronics Instrumentation Lab.,
Dept. of Microelectronics, TU Delft
Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands
 

 
Telephone: +31 15 278 3342
Mobile: +31 6 4250 1407

Email: d dot h dot b dot wicaksono at tudelft dot nl

Education

2003 – Present Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Ph.D candidate in Microelectronics (Expected Completion: September 2007~March 2008)

2000 – 2002 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

M.Eng. degree in Bioinformation Engineering (grade 87.44/100)

1993 – 1998 Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

B.Sc. degree in Engineering Physics (cum laude, grade 3.67/4.0)

Professional Experience

2003 – Mar 2008 Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Netherlands

(Ph.D.) Researcher, Electronics Instrumentations (EI) Laboratory

  • Conducting research on investigating the feasibility of developing new types of sensors inspired from natural biological sensors, implemented using Silicon-based Micro-Electromechanical System (MEMS) technology: e.g. Strain/Stress sensor, Microgyroscope, Far Infrared sensor. This research is part of the ‘learning from nature’ research program. The program is financed by STW, a Science and Technology agency of the Dutch ministry of Economic Affairs, the Netherlands, under project DEL. 6050
  • Modeling and Simulation of MEMS using ANSYS, and FEMLAB/COMSOL Multiphysics
  • Designing Electronic Mask for MEMS fabrication using L-Edit
  • Designing and setting-up mechano-optical characterisation setup
  • Designing and setting-up image acquirement and processing setup and also its analysis using MATLAB
  • Conducting micro-fabrication processing, e.g. wet-etching, Contact-Mask Lithography, Polymer micromachining, etc.
  • Operation of characterisation instruments: White Light Interferometry, Microstage stress-strain characterisation, SEM, AFM, etc.
  • Assisting students on laboratory works, student project and master thesis
  • Assisting Professors on class-demonstration for lectures about sensors
  • Initiating and facilitating two joint research-projects between TU Delft and Toyota Motor Company Europe, (2 projects). The first project was conducted in 2005, while the second project is started in October 2006, and expected to finish February 2008.

2002 – 2003 Electronics Engineering Polytechnic Institute Surabaya (EEPIS-ITS), Indonesia

Teaching Assistant (Lecturer), Engineer

  • Assisting B.Sc. students, on courses (Concepts of Technology: Sensor Technology).

2000 – 2002 Training Center of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan

Part-time teaching Assistant,

  • teaching courses on Bahasa Indonesia for candidates of Japanese-diplomats.

1999 – 2000 Tokyo Institute of Technology (Titech), Japan

Junior Researcher, Dept. of Biological Information

  • Operating and Investigation using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)

 

1998 – 1999 Suruga Seiki Kabushiki Kaisha, Shimizu City, Japan

Junior Engineer

  • Operating micrometer-precision Tsuba-Shita Machine for micrometer-precision components

1997 Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Bandung, Indonesia

Student Trainee

Involved in hands-on experiments with LIPI research engineers and scientists.

Organizational Experience

2005-2006

Coordinator/trainer of the “Pentjak Silat” (Indonesian Traditional Martial Art) club in Delft and Rotterdam.

2001

Chairman of the “Zemi-On-Air Biotechnology” (Internet Seminar on Biotechnology) in Tokyo, Japan. An archive is available at http://wwwstd.ryu.titech.ac.jp/~indonesia/zoa/index.html

Responsibility included: Managing all submitted papers, organizing technical programs, and being the contact person for all correspondences.

 

Entrepreneurial Experience

2007

with several friends trying to setup a business “Navtise” on GPS-Mobile Information System, but did not work out.

1997-1998

Chairman of the “Zemi-On-Air Biotechnology” (Internet Seminar on Biotechnology) in Tokyo, Japan.

Awards and Honors

2004

Best Flash Presentation Award at Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2004, 25-26 November 2004, Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

2003

Best Flash Presentation Award at Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2003, 25-26 November 2003, Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

2001 – 2002

Yoneyama Rotary foundation scholarship during master graduate study at Dept. of Biological Information, Tokyo Institute of Technology

1998

Best Student Scientific Paper at National Student Scientific Fair 1998, Semarang, Indonesia

1994 – 1995

Granted B.Sc. scholarships from Citibank Foundation

 

Languages

Indonesia (native), Javanese (fluent), Sundanese (passive), English (fluent),

Japanese (good, completed Japanese Langugage Course at Kokusai Kotoba Gakuin, Japan),

Dutch (basic, completed Basic Course of Dutch For Foreign Student at TU Delft)

 

Personal Information

 

Indonesian, born in Surabaya, Indonesia on August 20, 1974, Married, Male

Versatile, highly-motivated, fast learner, team player as well as individual worker

Traveling experiences to more than 15 different countries

Hobby includes reading, watching movies, and informal discussion.

 

 

Professional Publications (39)

 

1. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et. al., Optical Absorptivity and Thermal Property of LPCVD-Deposited Low-Stress Si-Rich Nitride Membrane for Far-Infrared Sensor, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2007, pp. 482-487, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 29-30 November 2007.

2. D.H. B. Wicaksono, et al., Design of A Biologically-inspired Piezoresistive Strain-Sensing MEMS, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies 2007, pp. 1-4, Singapore, 1-6 July 2007

3. D.H. B. Wicaksono, et al., On the Initial Design and Simulation of A Biologically-Inspired MEMS Gyroscope, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies 2007, pp. 1-4, Singapore, 1-6 July 2007

4. D.H. B. Wicaksono, et al. Design and Modelling of a Bio-inspired MEMS Gyroscope, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Informatics 2007, pp. 226-229, Bandung, Indonesia, 17-19 June 2007

5. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. A Dome-Shape Bio-inspired Piezoresistive MEMS Strain Sensor, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Informatics 2007, pp. 464- 467, Bandung, Indonesia, 17-19 June 2007

6. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Influence of Structural Parameters on Stress/Strain Amplification Property of Biomimetics Membrane-In-Recess Si Microstructure, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2006, in Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 23-24 November 2006.

7. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Design of Piezoresistor Transducer for Campaniform-Sensillum-Inspired Biomimetic Strain Sensor, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2006, in Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 23-24 November 2006.

8. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Numerical Modelling of Biomimetics Strain-Sensing Microstructure. In Proceedings Eurosensors XX, T2B-P13, pp. 1-4, Göteborg, Sweden, 17-20 September 2006.

9. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Fly’s Proprioception-inspired micromachined strain-sensing structure: idea, design, modeling and simulation, and comparison with experimental results, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 34 (2006), pp. 336-341.

10. D.H.B. Wicaksono, and P.J. French, Feasibility Study for the Design and Development of Bio-inspired Small and Inexpensive Far Infrared Sensor for Night Vision Application, Report on First-Step Project for Toyota Motor Company Europe, February 2006.

11. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Size-dependency of cryo-icp-etching-based process for the fabrication of biomimetic membrane-in-recess microstructure. In Proceedings of Eurosensors XIX, pp. 1-4, Barcelona, Spain, 11-14 September 2005.

12. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Image Processing and Interpretation for Optical Characterisation of Biomimetic Mechanical-Strain-Sensing Microstructure, in Proceeding of International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, and Information Technology (ICICI) 2005, pp. 341-346, Bandung, Indonesia, 3-5 August 2005.

13. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Biomimetic strain-sensing microstructure for improved strain sensor: fabrication results and optical characterization. J. Micromech. Microeng. 15 (2005) S72-S81.

14. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Simple Optical Characterisation for Biomimetic Micromachined Silicon Strain-sensing Structure. In Proceeding of International Conference on Experimental Mechanics (ICEM), Proc. SPIE Vol. 5852, p. 788-795, 29 November – 1 December 2004, Singapore.

15. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Early stages fabrication and optical characterisation of new micromachined silicon strain-sensing structures inspired from the campaniform sensillum of insects. In Proceeding of Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics (SAFE), pp. 787-792, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 25-26 November 2004.

16. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Fabrication and Initial Characterisation Results of A Micromachined Biomimetic Strain Sensor inspired from the Campaniform Sensillum of Insects. in Proceeding of IEEE Sensors 2004, pp. 542-545, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 24-27 October 2004.

17. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Fabrication Results and Qualitative Optical Characterisation of a New Type Biomimetic Strain-Sensing Microstructures. In Proceeding of 15th Micromechanics Europe Workshop (MME), pp. 80-83, Leuven, Belgium, 5-7 September 2004.

18. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. On-Chip Biosensing of Estrogen Receptor-a at Single Molecular Level. Biosensor and Biolectronics 19 (2004). pp. 1573-1579.

19. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Design and Early Stages-Fabrication of New Biomimetic Strain-sensing Microstructures, in Proceeding Seminar Instrumentasi Berbasis Fisika II (2nd Physics-based Intrumentation Seminar), pp. 57-62, Bandung, Indonesia, 22-23 July 2004.

20. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Design and Preliminary Fabrication of a new micromachined silicon strain sensor based on the Campaniform Sensillum of Insects. In Proceedings of Asia Pacific Conference of Transducers and Micro- Nano- Technology (APCOT MNT) 2004, Vol. 3-1, pp. 437-442, Sapporo, Japan, 4-7 July 2004.

21. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Preliminary Study on the Design of a New Micromachined Silicon Strain Sensor based on the Campaniform Sensillum of Insects. In Proceeding of Semiconductor Advances for Future Electronics (SAFE), pp. 721-725, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 25-26 November 2003.

22. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al. Assay of DNA-binding Protein Bound to Streptavidin-labeled DNA Probe by AFM Imaging: Principles with Application in Solution-based Assay and On-Chip Biosensing. In Proceedings Indonesian Students’ Scientific Meeting (ISSM) 2003, pp. 117-124, Delft, The Netherlands, 9-10 October 2003.

23. D.H.B. Wicaksono, Molecular Nano-biotechnology with Emphasis on Utilisation of DNA and AFM for Assay System: A Review. In Proceedings of Indonesian Students’ Scientific Meeting (ISSM) 2003, pp. 125-129, Delft, The Netherlands, 9-10 October 2003.

24. D.H.B. Wicaksono, et al., AFM single molecular biosensing of DNA-binding protein using designed DNA probe pin-holded with streptavidin at its end, in Abstract Proceedings of Biosensors 2002, Kyoto, Japan, 15-17 May 2002.

25. D.H.B. Wicaksono, P.J. French, Learning from Nature, External report to STW. Delft: EI Lab, Delft University of Technology. 2007.

26. D.H.B. Wicaksono, D. Tanase, P.J. French, Learning from Nature, External report to STW. Delft: EI Lab, Delft University of Technology. 2006.

27. D.H.B. Wicaksono, D. Tanase, P.J. French, Learning from Nature, External report to STW. Delft: EI Lab, Delft University of Technology. 2005.

28. D.H.B. Wicaksono, D. Tanase, P.J. French, Learning from Nature, External report to STW. Delft: EI Lab, Delft University of Technology. 2004.

29. Y. Chen, D.H.B. Wicaksono, L. Pakula, V. Rajaraman, and P.J. French, Modelling, Design and Fabrication of A Bio-inspired MEMS Vibratory Gyroscope, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2007, pp. 572-576, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 29-30 November 2007.

30. Y. Chen, D.H.B. Wicaksono, L. Pakula, V. Rajaraman, and P.J. French, Modelling, Design and Fabrication of A Bio-inspired MEMS Vibratory Gyroscope, Proceedings of 18th Workshop on Micromachining, Micromechanics and Microsystems Europe 2007 (MME 2007), pp. 1-4, Guimares, Portugal, 16-18 September 2007.

31. Y. Chen, D.H.B. Wicaksono, and P.J. French, Early Stages on Design and Simulation of A Silicon Bio-inspired MEMS Vibratory Gyroscope, in Proceedings of Sense of Contact (SoC) 2007, in Zeist, the Netherlands, 4 April 2007.

32. Y. Chen, D.H.B. Wicaksono, L-J. Zhang, J.F.V. Vincent, and P.J. French, Strain-Amplifying Property of Bioinspired Membrane-in-Recess Microstructure: Analytical Modelling, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2006, in Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 23-24 November 2006.

33. Y. Chen, D.H.B. Wicaksono, L-J. Zhang, and P.J. French, Preliminary Study on the Design of a Silicon Bio-inspired MEMS Gyroscope, in Proceedings of Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2006, in Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 23-24 November 2006.

34. G. Pandraud, D.H.B. Wicaksono, L. Hebrard, A.J.L. Adam, and Patrick J. French, Induced Coupled Plasma Deep Reactive Ion Etching Based Sensors, in Proceeding of the 16th MicroMechanics Europe (MME) Workshop, pp. 68-71, Göteborg, Sweden, 4-6 September 2005.

35. G. Pandraud, D.H.B. Wicaksono, P.J. French, and P.M. Sarro, Compact Building Blocks for Optical Sensing on PECVD SiC Technology, in Proceeding of International Conference on Instrumentation, Communication, and Information Technology (ICICI) 2005, pp. 453-458, Bandung, Indonesia, 3-5 August 2005.

36. E. Kobatake, D.H.B. Wicaksono, H. Funabashi, M. Mie, and M. Aizawa, Single Molecular Detection of Transcription Factor Bound to DNA-probe by AFM, in 2004 Joint International Meeting of 206th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Inc., and 2004 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan, Symposium AC1- Bioelectrochemistry, Biosensor, and Biodevice Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor, Honolulu, Hawaii, , October 3-8, 2004.

37. E. Kobatake, D.H.B. Wicaksono, M.Mie, Y. Yanagida, M. Aizawa. AFM-based DNA-binding-protein Biosensing System, in Japanese, in Japan Electrochemical Society Symposium on Biological Science and Electrochemistry, in Tokyo Institute of Technology, Oo-okayama, Tokyo, Japan, 1-3 of April 2003.

38. Eiry Kobatake, D.H.B. Wicaksono, Masayasu Mie, Yasuko Yanagida, Masuo Aizawa, On-Chip Biosensing of Estrogen Receptor at Single Molecular Level by AFM, International Symposium on Fusion of Nano and Bio Technologies (FNB 2003), Tsukuba, Japan, 9-10 March 2003.

39. H. K. Dipojono, A. Nuruddin, D.H.B. Wicaksono, and Nugraha, Development of thin film SnO gas sensor for CO detection, in National Conference on Material Science III, Jakarta, Indonesia, September 20-22, 1998.

Scientific Talks (5)

 

1. Influence of Structural Parameters on Stress/Strain Amplification Property of Biomimetics Membrane-In-Recess Si Microstructure, submitted to Semiconductor Advances in for Future Electronics (SAFE) 2006, in Veldhoven, The Netherlands, 23-24 November 2006.

2. Insect’s Proprioception-Inspired Strain Sensor: From Concepts to Implementation. In Sense of Contact 8, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 28 March 2006.

3. Biologically-Inspired (Biomimetic) Sensors and Sensing Systems. In Guest-Lecture at Electronics Polytechnics Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya (EEPIS-ITS), Surabaya, Indonesia, 8 August 2005.

4. Biologically-Inspired (Biomimetic) Sensors and Sensing Systems. In Half-day Seminar at Dept. of Engineering Physics, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia, 4 August 2005.

5. Semiquantitative Modelling of a Biomimetic Micromechanical Structure’s Optical Characterisation Results based on Ideal Fabry-Perot Interferometer Equation. In Indonesian Applied Mathematics Society in Nederland (IAMS-N) Meeting, Delft, The Netherlands, 21 October 2004.

6. Dissemination and Utilization of Scientific Informations from Indonesian Scientists Overseas for Broad Non-Scientific Communities in Indonesia. Indonesian Students’ Scientific Meeting (ISSM) 2003, Delft, The Netherlands, 9-10 October 2003.

 

Patent (1)

 

1. Infrared Sensor, European patent application 07120507.4, 12 November 2007.

 

 

Personal Addresses

 

  • Cesar Franckstraat 183, 2625CE Delft, the Netherlands
  • Menur I/29, Surabaya 60118, Indonesia

 

References

 

  • Patrick J. French, Professor, Head of Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory, Delft University of Technology (Ph.D. Promotor) Address: Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD Delft, the Netherlands, Room: HB.13.260. Phone: +31 15 2784729. Email: p dot j dot french at tudelft dot nl
  • Eiry Kobatake, (Associate) Professor, Biological Information Engineering Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology. Address: Room B1-811, 4259 Nagatsuta-cho, Midori-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Pref. 226-8501, Japan. Phone: +81 45 9245760. Email: ekobatak at bio dot titech dot ac dot jp
  • Aman Mostavan, Head of Solar Energy Laboratory, Dept. of Engineering Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology. Address: Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia. Phone: +62 22 250 4424 ext 154. Email: mostavan at tf dot itb dot ac dot id
  • Hermawan K. Dipojono, Assoc. Prof., Head of Dept. of Engineering Physics, Bandung Institute of Technology . Address: Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia. Phone: +62 22 250 4424. Email: dipojono at tf dot itb dot ac dot id
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