on IndonesiaSTP Development, 23 - 27 FEBRUARY 2009
UNESCO consultant group
Within the framework of UNESCO-WTA Cooperative Project(2006-2010), Capacity building and technical assistance on science and technology park development, UNESCO is establishing and sending a team of experts to Indonesia to provide the country with technical assistance in science and technology parks development. The consultant, as a member of expert team, carried out the following activities in Indonesia from 21 to 27 February 2009:
a. Evaluation of Indonesia potential to set up a science park, including: assessment of human resources and research infrastructure, practical questions of the preparation of Science Parks development and management of co-operation between the university’s laboratories and tenants (industry).
b. Evaluation of knowledge-based business opportunities in Indonesia, especially in the fields such as biotechnology, information technology, etc.
c. Assessment of potential stakeholders of science parks and their role in the science park development and services that the science park could propose to the tenants
To do this mission, UNESCO consultant group consisted of four members: Mr. Yoslan Nur (UNESCO), Dr. Malcolm Parry (Director, SurreyResearchPark), Dr. Oh, Deog-Seong (Secretary General, WTA), and Mr.Insup Yeom (WTA). They visited to main R&D centersin Indonesia as following.
-Jababeka Industrial Estate and PresidentUniversity, Cikarang, West Java
-CibinongScienceCenter (CSC), Bogor, West Java
Schedule (21-27 February 2009)
23 Feb 2009
09.00 – 10.00
Courtesy Call to Deputy Minister for Research, Science and Technology Programs
10.00 – 12.00
lPresentation of KNRT Team: “Preliminary Evaluation of STP”
- PUSPIPITEK, BantenProvince
- Jababeka, Cikarang, West Java
- CibinongScienceCenter (CSC), Bogor, West Java
13.00 – 15.00
lResponses from UNESCO Team
24 Feb 2009
09.00 – 14.00
Site Visit to Puspiptek, Cisauk, Tangerang, BantenProvince