SBM ITB’s Lecturer Talked on One Year Indonesian Energy Reform in University of Queensland

AW at UQLecturer Dr. Agung Wicaksono visited University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane, Australia by invitation to deliver a lecture (13/10/2015). The assistant professor who is currently seconded to help the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources delivered a lecture on “Energy Reform in Indonesia: One Year after New Government” organized by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (BEL) at UQ.

AW at UQLecturer Dr. Agung Wicaksono visited University of Queensland (UQ) in Brisbane, Australia by invitation to deliver a lecture (13/10/2015). The assistant professor who is currently seconded to help the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources delivered a lecture on “Energy Reform in Indonesia: One Year after New Government” organized by the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (BEL) at UQ.

As Jakarta Campus’ Steering and Academic Committee, his visit also served to foster collaboration between SBM ITB and BEL Faculty of UQ in the area of potential double degree program for the Entrepreneurship MBA, and student exchange such as through the SEED (Social Enterprise for Economic Development) program.

AW at UQ2Morever on his visit, Agung also shared and discussed with the UQ Indonesian Student Association (UQISA) on “Why and Until When Indonesia Would Experience Electricity Blackouts?”. Based on his experience co-chairing the Program Management Office (PMO) for 35000 MW Electricity Program, the discussion with the Indonesian diaspora in Queensland-Australia was lively and full with enthusiasm.

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Energy Reform in Indonesia: One Year After New Government

As Jakarta Campus’ Steering and Academic Committee, his visit also served to foster collaboration between SBM ITB and BEL Faculty of UQ in the area of potential double degree program for the Entrepreneurship MBA, and student exchange such as through the SEED (Social Enterprise for Economic Development) program.

AW at UQ2Morever on his visit, Agung also shared and discussed with the UQ Indonesian Student Association (UQISA) on “Why and Until When Indonesia Would Experience Electricity Blackouts?”. Based on his experience co-chairing the Program Management Office (PMO) for 35000 MW Electricity Program, the discussion with the Indonesian diaspora in Queensland-Australia was lively and full with enthusiasm.

Read also:
Energy Reform in Indonesia: One Year After New Government