- Article: Tree growth performance and estimation of wood quality in plantation trials for Maesopsis eminii and Shorea spp.
- Article: Adaptability of white jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba miq.) seedlings from 12 populations to drought and waterlogging
- Article: Closely related and sympatric but not all the same: genetic variation of Indo-West Pacific Rhizophora mangroves across the Malay Peninsula
- Article: Population genetics of the critically endangered species Dipterocarpus littoralis (bl.) Kurz (dipterocarpaceae) endemic on nusakambangan island, Indonesia.
- Article: An entrepreneurial, research-based university model focused on intellectual property management for economic development in emerging economies: The case of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Visit to School of Forestry, University of Canterbury, NZ (12 June 2012)
here for details). Both universities are preparing academic collaboration through new initiative on joint master degree in forestry/M.For (@izs).On 12 June 2012, I finally had an opportunity to visit my alma mater, the School of Forestry, University of Canterbury (UC) at Christchurch, New Zealand. I completed my master degree in forestry (M.For.Sc) from this University in 1994. This visit was made possible due to counter visit program of IPB to NZ partner universities (11-15 June 2012), namely Lincoln University, University of Canterbury (Christchurch),Victoria University (Wellington), Massey University (Palmerston North) and Auckland University (Auckland). A MoU between IPB and University of Canterbury was signed during the visit by Vice Chancellor UC, Dr. Rod Carr and Vice Rector IPB, Prof. Hermanto Siregar (see