Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto is an Associate Professor in Chemistry at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia. He received B.Eng. (2005) in Chemical Engineering at Institut Teknologi Bandung. He received M. Eng. (2008) and Dr. Eng. (2011) in Chemical Engineering at Hiroshima University. He was selected as a prestigious JSPS fellow (2011-2013). He was also a Visiting Professor at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia (2011) and an Assistant Professor at Hiroshima University in Japan (2013-2014). He was a visiting Assistant Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology (2018) and a visiting scholar at Virginia Commonwealth University (2018) under RISTEK DIKTI Fulbright fellowship. Nandiyanto’s research is in the area of particle technology, specifically the production of fine particles and their applications. He also works in science education. He has published eight patents and 35 copyrights, 11 books, three book chapters, three review papers, 56 peer-reviewed Scopus-indexed articles, and 105 refereed Scopus-indexed journal articles. He has received numerous awards (more than 13 awards), such as the Society of Chemical Engineers Japan Award for Outstanding Young Researcher (2013) and the George Klinzing Award from American Institute of Chemical Engineer (2014).

Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, PhD Associate Professor, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto is an Associate Professor in Chemistry at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia. He received B.Eng. (2005) in Chemical Engineering at Institut Teknologi Bandung. He received M. Eng. (2008) and Dr. Eng. (2011) in Chemical Engineering at Hiroshima University. He was selected as a prestigious JSPS fellow (2011-2013). He was also a Visiting Professor at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Saudi Arabia (2011) and an Assistant Professor at Hiroshima University in Japan (2013-2014). He was a visiting Assistant Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology (2018) and a visiting scholar at Virginia Commonwealth University (2018) under RISTEK DIKTI Fulbright fellowship. Nandiyanto’s research is in the area of particle technology, specifically the production of fine particles and their applications. He also works in science education. He has published eight patents and 35 copyrights, 11 books, three book chapters, three review papers, 56 peer-reviewed Scopus-indexed articles, and 105 refereed Scopus-indexed journal articles. He has received numerous awards (more than 13 awards), such as the Society of Chemical Engineers Japan Award for Outstanding Young Researcher (2013) and the George Klinzing Award from American Institute of Chemical Engineer (2014).

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