Our Partnership Abroad

Advanced Materials Research Group ITS Surabaya has been maintained scientific collaboration among these organizations or institutes.

<p>SLRI - Thailand</p>
Synchrotron Light Research Institute (Public Organization) (SLRI) – Thailand
Synchrotron x-ray scattering, diffraction and spectroscopy.
<p>BAM - Germany</p>
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing – Germany
Materials and corrosion characterizations.
<p>RIKEN Nishina Center</p>
Network of ITS (ITB, UNPAD, UGM, UI) – RIKEN Nishina Center (Chiba University, Saitama University, Osaka University , Tohoku University, Hokkaido University)
Functional Materials Science, experiments of muon spin relaxation, rotation, and resonance (µSR).
<p>Chiba University</p>
Center of Environment Remote Sensing (CERES), and Department of Physics – Chiba University, Japan
Microwave absorbing, magnetic and superconducting materials.
<p>Kumamoto University</p>
Graduate Study on Science and Technology (GSST) – Kumamoto University, Japan
Electron microscopy studies on films and composite materials.
<p>The University of Tokyo</p>
Superconductivity Engineering Materials Research Laboratory (SEMRL) – The University of Tokyo, Japan
Bi – based superconducting materials, magneto-electronic studies.
<p>Tohoku University</p>
Laboratory of Low Temperature Physics, Department of Applied Physics – Tohoku University, Japan
Magnetic and superconducting materials.
<p>Hokkaido University</p>
Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Hokkaido University
Magnetic and superconducting materials.
<p>National University of Singapore</p>
Department of Physics, NUS
Thin Films and 2D materials, magneto-electronic studies.
<p>University of Twente</p>
Superconducting Interfaces and Devices Group Josephson Junction - based devices.
<p>University of Amsterdam</p>
Van der Waals Zeeman Instituut – Universiteit van Amsterdam
The Netherlands Intermetallic and metal oxide crystals growing.