Masters and Doctorate Program in Earth Sciences has three sub-specialty programs as follows:
Students are directed to study the physical and dynamic properties of ocean waters that are important to the marine industry / technology, the environment, and the exploration of renewable marine resources
Research Interests: Wave modeling and analysis; Coastal waters dynamics (hydrodynamics and transport phenomena); modeling of marine environment (local, regional and global); air-sea interaction and ENSO; Environmental management of coastal waters; Tide and long-wave analysis and modeling; sea surface topography analysis and modeling; marine ecosystems and global change; fishery oceanography
Recent and Current Research: Coastal morphodynamics; 3D thermal dispersion model around the power plant; modeling of oil spills; marine hydrodynamic modeling; wave modeling and analysis; sea water quality modeling; ecological planning for mariculture; Tidal data analysis and modeling; Model of sea surface temperature and elevation in Indonesia and surrounding waters associated with ENSO phenomenon; tsunami modeling issues related to coastal protection; Predicting the movement of the warm pool, front salinity, and the convergence zone associated with fishing ground using hydrodynamical-ecological models are combined; sediment transport phenomena
Students are directed to study the physics of the earth. There is a particular emphasis on studying the issues related to earthquakes due to the high seismic activity in Indonesia and marine geophysics is to develop prospects marine resources non–renewable.
Research interests: modeling and seismic anisotropy; Gravity and geomagnetic modeling; Geoelectric and electromagnetic modeling; Geodynamics and seismotectonics; geophysical environment: Earthquake and tsunami hazard assessment; Local, regional and global seismic tomography; The mechanism of seismic sources and prediction; The theoretical geophysics
Recent and Current Research: modeling of seismic exploration of hydrocarbons; Gravity and geomagnetic modeling for mineral exploration; Geodynamics and seismotectonics of the territory of Indonesia; The earthquake and tsunami hazard assessment for Indonesia; Non-linear seismic tomography of upwelling (feathers); Seismic anisotropy bottom of Lake Toba; Rate predictability of earthquakes; 3D ray tracing on Earth is round; statistical analysis of earthquake data Indonesia
Students are directed to physical assessment and dynamic atmosphere in order to solve the climate and weather. There is a particular emphasis on studying the issues related to the Indonesian maritime continent which form the convective active area.
Research Interests: tropical monsoon and intraseasonal variability; El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and inter-annual variation; variations in long-term and global climate change; Regional climate response to global change; mesoscale meteorology; hydrometeorology; Coastal and maritime meteorology; hydrometeorology; meteorological environment; Indonesian maritime continent meteorology; Engineering meteorology
Recent and Current Research: ENSO: predictive models and analyzes their impact on regional climate; The mechanism of drought during the Indonesian maritime continent; Climate change is a newly developed micro transmigration areas; Field induced flow modeling; Wind circulation of sea / land; Air pollution monitoring and modeling; Global warming and climate change.
Science or engineering graduates with a background in mathematics and physical enough.