- ME-ITB is located in a 4-storey building called “Gedung Labtek IV” at the North-East side of ITB campus. The building includes offices and seminar rooms in the second floor, and laboratories and faculty member rooms in the first, third, and fourth floors.
- Daily administrative operation of the building and the program are managed in the offices, which occupy an area of about 65 m2 and has 6 workstations, 1 fax machine, 2 external telephone lines, 4 printers and 1 copy machine.
- The office is operated by 9 full-time administrative staffs consisting of 1 chief of administration, 5 academic support staffs, and 1 building manager, and 2 office boys. The administrative office opens regularly during working days (Monday-Friday) from 7 am to 4 pm.
- Labtek IV building (a), administrative office of ME-ITB (b), large seminar/class room maintained by ME-ITB, and one of public buildings for classrooms maintained by ITB (d).
List of Class Rooms in ME-ITB
|Room Names||Area (m2)||Seat Capacity|
|Large Seminar Room||130||80|
|Small Seminar Room||60||18|
|1||Large Meeting Room||Support facility||166|
|2||Small Meeting Room||Support facility|
|4||Mineralogy, Microscopy, and Geochemistry||Laboratory||203|
|5||Exploration Technique and Mineral Deposit Evaluation||Laboratory||121.5|
|6||Hydrogeology and Hydrogeochemistry||Laboratory||55|
|7||Geomechanics and Mine Equipment||Laboratory||280|
|9||Mine Design and Valuation||Laboratory||62|
|10||Mineral Economics and Computation||Laboratory||28|
|Experiments||Student Outcome Supports and Related Courses|
|Mineralogy, Microscopy, and Geochemistry Laboratory|
·Observation of opaque and transparent minerals
·Observation of macerals
This laboratory supports student abilities in geological data analyses and interpretation.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 6
Courses: TA2105, TA4212, TA4213
|Exploration Technique and Mineral Deposit Evaluation Laboratory|
·Statistical analysis and variogram
·Resources and reserves estimation
This laboratory supports student abilities in geological and resources modeling.
Related student outcomes: 1, 4, 5, 6 4Courses: TA3211, TA3213, TA3214, TA4116, TA4011
|Hydrogeology and Hydrogeochemistry Laboratory|
·Infiltration and permeability analyses
·X-Ray Difraction (XRD) analysis
·Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) analysis
·X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis
·Gas Chromatography (GC) analysis
·Gas Chromatography Combustion Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (GC-IR-MS) analysis
·Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis
This laboratory supports student abilities in engineering problem solving related to mine water management and environments.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 6
Courses: TA4117, TA4013
|Geomechanics and Mine Equipment Laboratory|
·Tensile strength test
·Compressive strength test
·Direct shear test
·Ground vibration monitoring test
·Mine haulage simulation
This laboratory supports student abilities such as engineering problem solving related to rock strength and slope stability, engineering design in rock blasting required in mine, and engineering design in mine haulage.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6
Courses: TA2204, TA2005, TA3105, TA3121, TA3122
|Mine Environment Laboratory|
·Water quality detection test
·Acid Rock Drainage/Acid Mine Drainage (ARD/AMD) kinetic test
·Simulation of compaction pile for Acid Rock Drainage/Acid Mine Drainage (ARD/AMD)
·Falling head meter measurement
·Air flow speed measurement
·Air pressure measurement
·Mine ventilation simulation
This laboratory supports student abilities such as to design systems of environmental engineering and mine ventilation.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Courses: TA3225, TA4103
|Mine Design and Valuation Laboratory|
·Mine investment analysis
·Estimation of equipment requirement
·Mine design and planning
This laboratory supports student abilities specially to design the whole mine activities from top soil excavation until mine reclamation and closure with the constraint of technical and economic aspects.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
Courses: TA3104, TA4124
|Computation and Mineral Economic Laboratory|
·Mineral economics modeling
This laboratory supports student abilities to model mineral economics and reserves estimation.
Related student outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7