Background and activities
I got my bachelor and master degree of materials science in engineering from University of Indonesia (Indonesia, 2006), and Yeungnam University (South Korea, 2013), respectively. Before starting my doctoral study in NTNU on February 2017, I was working in integrated steelmaking industry for 9 years in production & technology division.
Under supervision of Jafar Safarian, Leiv Kolbeinsen (co-supervisor), and Yongxiang Yang (co-supervisor), now I am working on hydrometallurgical treatment of Al2O3-containing slags for alumina production. This work is an alternative method to extract alumina out of bauxite ore with high iron content which was originally invented by Harald Pedersen in Norway (1920).
My work is funded by NTNU and the research domain-5 in the Norwegian research centre for metal production. And it is associated with SFI Metal Production and ENSUREAL (one of EU-Horizon 2020 project).
Scientific, academic and artistic work
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- (2018) Characteristics of Calcium-Aluminate Slags and Pig Iron Produced from Smelting-Reduction of Low-Grade Bauxites. Metallurgical and materials transactions. B, process metallurgy and materials processing science.
- (2017) The Leachability of Calcium Aluminate Phases in Slags for the Extraction of Alumina. 35th International Conference and Exhibition of ICSOBA . ICSOBA; Hamburg. 2017-10-02 - 2017-10-05.