Syifa Asatyas, Ph.D.

Nama

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Syifa Asatyas, Ph.D.

Program Studi

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Kimia

Pendidikan

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  • Doktor, Electronic Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Magister, Electronic Chemistry. Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Sarjana, Kimia, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia.

Keahlian

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Konversi Biomass menjadi Energi, Biomaterial, Kimia Organik, dan Natural Products Chemistry.

Jabatan Struktural/Fungsional

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Dosen Program Studi Kimia

Kontak

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syifa.a@universitaspertamina.ac.id

  1. Kimia Dasar I
  2. Kimia Dasar II
  3. Kimia Organik I
  4. Kimia Organik II
  1. Tsunoi, A.; Lkhamsuren, G.; Mondarte, E. A. Q.; Asatyas, S.; Oguchi, M.; Noh, J.; Hayashi, T. Improvement of the Thermal Stability of Self-Assembled Monolayers of Isocyanide Derivatives on Gold. J. Phys. Chem. C 2019123, 13681.
  2. Mochizuki, M.; Sato, S.; Asatyas, S.;  Leśnikowski, Z. J.; Hayashi, T.; Nakamura, H. Raman cell imaging with boron cluster molecules conjugated with biomolecules. RSC Adv. 201941, 23973.
  3. Chang, R.; Asatyas, S.; Lkhamsuren, G.; Hirohara, M.; Mondarte, E. A. Q.; Suthiwanich, K.; Sekine, T.; Hayashi, T. Water near bioinert self-assembled monolayers. Polymer Journal 201850, 563.
  4. Sekine, T.; Asatyas, S.; Sato, C.;  Morita, S.; Tanaka, M.; Hayashi, T. Surface force and vibrational spectroscopic analyses of interfacial water molecules in the vicinity of methoxy-tri(ethylene glycol)-terminated monolayers: mechanisms underlying the effect of lateral packing density on bioinertness. 201728, 1231.
  5. Mochizuki, M.; Asatyas, S.; Suthiwanich, K.; Hayashi, T. Thiol molecules as temperature sensors for surface-enhanced Raman scattering measurements of heat-sensitive materials. Chem. Lett. 201645, 1207.
  1. Member researcher for UP-RTC joint research on diversification of lignin, 2020.
  1. PT Siskem Aneka Indonesia (position: staff of product development), 2012 – 2013.