RAPAT KERJA FAKULTAS TEKNIK SEMESTER GANJIL TA 2022/2023

Medan(7/9/2022),  Fakultas Teknik Universitas Medan Area mengadakan Rapat Kerja Fakultas Semester Ganjil TA 2020/2023 yang dilaksanakan pada tanggal 7 September 2022 di Ballroom Hotel 61 dengan tema Transformasi “Single on Sign Akademik Pelayanan (SSA-P). Rapat dipimpin langsung oleh Dekan Fakultas Teknik Bapak Dr. Rahmad Syah, S.Kom, M.Kom, Wakil Dekan Bidang Pendidikan, Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Ibu Susilawati, S.Kom, M.Kom, Wakil Dekan Bidang Pengembangan SDM dan Administrasi Keuangan Bapak Yudi Daeng Polewangi, ST, MT dan Wakil Dekan Bidang Inovasi, Kemahasiswaan dan Alumni Bapak Indra Hermawan ST, MT. baca selengkapnya….

Sukseskan Tracer Studi UMA Tahun 2022

Hallo para Alumni yang kami Banggakan, salam sukses dan selamat datang dalam program Tracer Study Universitas Medan Area, saat ini kami sedang menyelenggarakan program Tracer Study guna mengetahui kondisi alumni terkini seputar pekerjaan dan kaitannya dengan pembelajaran yang diperoleh di perguruan tinggi dalam mendukung kerja alumni saat ini. Program ini akan dilakukan secara rutin bagi setiap alumni dan data dari alumni sangat berharga bagi baca selengkapnya….

Beasiswa Bantuan UKT SPP 2021 Fakultas Teknik Dampak Pandemi Covid-19

Dear Mahasiswa Fakultas Teknik Universitas Medan Area, Sebagai bentuk respon pemerintah dalam menghadapi pandemi Covid-19 yang saat ini sedang terjadi dari tahun 2020 hingga sampai sekarang, Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (KEMDIKBUD) melalui Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Permendikbud) Nomor 25 Tahun 2020, mahasiswa dapat mengajukan permohonan beasiswa yang terkena pandemi Covid-19 dari Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (KEMDIKBUD) Republik Indonesia tahun 2021.

Adapun Persyaratannya :

  1. Surat Rekomendasi dari Pimpinan Fakultas/Jurusan;
  2. Surat Pernyataan tidak menerima beasiswa/bantuan dari sumber APBN/APBD;
  3. Mahasiswa aktif pada semester 3, 5, 7 dan 9 serta terdaftar pada forlap PD-Dikti (Lampirkan Print-out Forlap PD-Dikti);
  4. Fotokopi KTM (Kartu Tanda Mahasiswa) dan KHS semester terakhir dengan min. IPK 3.00
  5. Surat Keterangan tidak Mampu yang dikeluarkan oleh Kepala Desa/Lurah;
  6. Kartu Keluarga (KK);
  7. Slip Gaji/Surat Keterangan Penghasilan Orangtua/Wali;
  8. Diprioritaskan bagi mahasiswa yang belum pernah diajukan dalam usulan beasiswa LLDIKTI Wilayah I dan Beasiswa Bank Indonesia (BI)

Catatan:

 

nb :

  • Berkas yang Hardcopy yang Asli dikirimkan ke pos satpam Kampus 1 UMA
  • Deadline Rabu 22 September 2021

The Cleveland Indians’ Pitching Factory Drafts More Inventory

Remember that old baseball saying that you can never have enough pitching?

The Cleveland Indians are trying.

At the start of this season the Indians had 132 pitchers in their minor league system. So far this season the major league team has used 21 pitchers.

In the First-Year Player Draft that concluded Tuesday, Cleveland drafted 21 players (20 rounds plus one competitive balance pick), and 19 of them were pitchers.

That’s a total of 172 pitchers. That still may not be enough, but that definitely is a lot.

“That wasn’t our plan going in,” said Indians Scouting Director Scott Barnsby, who selected pitchers with all but two of the team’s 21 draft picks, “but we felt like we took advantage of the strength of this draft, which was college pitchers.”

Eighteen of the 19 pitchers drafted by Cleveland were college pitchers, starting with their No. 1 pick (No. 23 overall), Gavin Williams, a 6-6, 238-pound right-handed fireballer who averaged 14.3 strikeouts per nine innings for East Carolina University, where he introduced himself by hitting 100 mph as a freshman.

The Indians selected three University of Florida pitchers in the first 10 rounds of the draft: Tommy Mace with the competitive balance pick (between the second and third rounds), Jack Leftwich in the seventh round, and Franco Aleman in the 10th round.

“The SEC is an elite conference, one of, if not the best conference in the country,” Barnsby said. “If you look back at the history of the University of Florida program, they produce a lot of quality players, and they compete at the highest level. It just fell that way, but we’re excited to add three players from that elite program. We feel it will benefit them in the long run.”

The run on pitching by the Indians and other major league teams in the draft – the Angels used all 20 of their draft picks on pitchers – is the product of an unusual set of circumstances. In last year’s COVID-reduced season the First-Year Draft was just five rounds, and college players were granted an additional year of eligibility.

“We were trying to maximize the draft pool, and this was a unique situation,” Barnsby said. “Especially with college pitchers who were given an extra year of eligibility. Guys who would have been taken in rounds six to 20 last year went back into the draft this year.”

That deepened the depth of this year’s draft, which was already college pitching-heavy, then got further extended by the players who took advantage of their additional year of eligibility to fatten their draft profile with another solid college season.

“For college guys, track record is important,” Barnsby said. “Several of these guys were eligible (to be drafted) last year and were certainly in our mix. So we feel really comfortable with the history we have with them. With some experience under their belts, we’re hopeful there is a shorter learning curve with some of these guys.”

In the Indians’ case, two other factors entered into the equation. Having traded pitching stars such as Corey Kluber, Trevor Bauer, Carlos Carrasco and Mike Clevinger over the last few years, Cleveland’s pitching pool, particularly the starting pitching, had grown thin.

Fortunately, however, the Indians have a well-earned reputation for drafting and developing pitchers into quality major league starters. In the 2016 First-Year Draft the Indians reeled in 60% of their 2021 opening day rotation: Shane Bieber (4th round), Aaron Civale (3rd round), and Zach Plesac (10th round). After just 2 ½ minor league seasons Bieber emerged as a major league star, winning the All-Star Game MVP Award in 2019 and the Cy Young Award in 2020.

Unfortunately for the Indians, all three pitchers spent multiple weeks on the injured list in the first half of this season – Bieber and Civale are still unavailable – as Cleveland saw its entire opening day rotation wiped out by injuries or poor performance.

That sudden and calamitous development coincided, not surprisingly, with a plunge in the AL Central standings for the Indians. From June 18 through July 7 the Indians lost 14 of 18 games, while reinforcing the legitimacy of the “You can never have enough pitching” non-cliché.

So maybe it shouldn’t have been a surprise that Cleveland would sell out for pitching, pitching, and more pitching in this season’s First-Year Draft.

“We feel really strong about our player development staff, and the incredible job they do with our players,” said Barnsby after this year’s pitching roundup. “We feel we’ll get all of them signed, and every one of these players has a chance to impact our major league team sometime down the road.”

Webinar : Toyota Manufacturing System & Perkembangan Teknologi Terbaru

Program Studi Teknik IndustriFakultas TeknikUniversitas Medan Area menyelenggarakan acara webinar dengan judul “Toyota Manufacturing System & Perkembangan Teknologi Terbaru” pada hari Selasa, tanggal 16 Juni 2020 melalui aplikasi Zoom dan live streaming di chanel youtube Universitas Medan Area. Narasumber webinar ini adalah Bapak Ir. Made Dana M Tangkas, M.Si, IPU, AER yang merupakan Direktur Toyota Motor Indonesia.

Webinar ini dilaksanakan untuk umum dan diikuti oleh ratusan peserta yang berasal dari Universitas di seluruh Indonesia dan luar negeri, Kementrian, Kontraktor, dan Peneliti. Acara dimulai dengan kata sambutan oleh moderator Ibu Yuana Delvika, ST, MT, laporan kegiatan oleh Ka. Prodi Teknik Industri Bapak Yudi Daeng Polewangi, ST, MT, kata sambutan oleh Dekan Fakultas Teknik Ibu Dr. Grace Yuswita Harahap, MT, dan sekaligus pembukaan.

Materi pendahuluan yang disampaikan oleh Narasumber berisi tentang bagaimana kondisi bisnis, industri serta perkembangan teknologi industri 4.0 menuju New Normal. Diera pandemi Covid 19 yang terjadi di Indonesia mengakibatkan penurunan dari segala sektor ekonomi, bisnis, industri maupun pariwisata.

Materi Inti yang disampaikan berisi tentang Lean Manufacturing/Enterprise : Value, System, Leadership (Toyota Way, TPS and Leader). Materi Ini berisi tentang beberapa Model of Toyota Ways, Bussines Activity, Productivity, Work Concept yang diadaptasi dari Philosophy Toyota Manufacturing system.

Dilanjutkan pembahasan penutup tentang apa saja tantangan dan peluang industri 4.0 dimasa yang akan datang. Seperti halnya yang sedang terjadi di Indonesia pada era pandemi ini, segala sarana digital telah dilaksanakan baik untuk bisnis, industri dan proses pembelajaran dilakukan secara digital.

Acara tersebut berlangsung dengan baik hingga akhir dari seluruh rangkaian acara. Seluruh pertanyaan peserta telah dijawab narasumber dengan jelas dan mendapatkan respon sangat positif dari seluruh peserta.

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SELAMAT KEPADA MAHASISWA TEKNIK INDUSTRI MERAIH PRESTASI DALAM AJANG 4TH I+ACEH 2019

Prestasi kembali diukir oleh mahasiswa Universitas Medan Area (UMA), kali ini mahasiswa berhasil meraih 5 medali emas dan 1 medali perak Pada Acara 4th I+ACEH 2019 International Art Creativity & Engineering Exhibition, acara dilaksanakan di Universitas Ubudiyah Indonesia pada hari Selasa & Rabu, 1 – 2 Oktober 2019.

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