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DEPARTEMEN

Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering

DEPARTEMEN

Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering

Achieve preservation of natural resources and the environment

At the beginning of its establishment in 1960, the Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) was named Agricultural Mechanization which was part of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Indonesia. Along with the establishment of the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), which was established in 1963, on October 3, 1964 its name was changed to the Department of Agricultural Mechanization. In 1981, the name changed to the Department of Agricultural Engineering. In 2000 it changed to the Department of Agricultural Engineering, and in 2005 it changed back to the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Biosystems.

The Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) has a scientific mandate in the development of engineering science and its application in agriculture in a broad sense. The scientific fields of the TMB Department are grouped into four (4) divisions, namely (1) Mechanical and Automation Engineering; (2) Biosystem Engineering; (3) Renewable Energy Engineering, and (4) Bioinformatics Engineering. In accordance with its scientific mandate, the TMB Department manages four (4) study programs as follows:

Achieve preservation of natural resources and the environment

At the beginning of its establishment in 1960, the Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) was named Agricultural Mechanization which was part of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Indonesia. Along with the establishment of the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), which was established in 1963, on October 3, 1964 its name was changed to the Department of Agricultural Mechanization. In 1981, the name changed to the Department of Agricultural Engineering. In 2000 it changed to the Department of Agricultural Engineering, and in 2005 it changed back to the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Biosystems.

The Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) has a scientific mandate in the development of engineering science and its application in agriculture in a broad sense. The scientific fields of the TMB Department are grouped into four (4) divisions, namely (1) Mechanical and Automation Engineering; (2) Biosystem Engineering; (3) Renewable Energy Engineering, and (4) Bioinformatics Engineering. In accordance with its scientific mandate, the TMB Department manages four (4) study programs as follows:

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