Pengalaman Karantina Rumah di Polandia [COVID-19]

Bisa dibilang akhir September kemarin adalah masa sedih dan kelam bagiku. Betapa tidak, aku tak menyangka akan mendapat informasi dari pihak asrama kampus bahwa aku, teman kamarku dan beberapa orang di lantai kami tinggal akan melaksanakan karantina mandiri. Aku sendiri lebih ke arah bingung, kenapa aku harus menjalani karantina. Aku tidak merasa kontak dengan siapapun […]

Memasuki New Normal di Polandia

Artikel ini dibuat tanggal 31 Mei 2020 dan memenangkan lomba yang diadakan Bitread bertajuk “Festival Literasi Daring: Pelita 1.0” Istilah physical distancing ramai di seluruh dunia. Lantaran virus korona COVID-19 yang penyebarannya sangat bergantung pada interaksi sosial secara langsung, banyak negara memberlakukan breakout sosial. Sebagai mahasiswa Indonesia di Eropa, tepatnya di Krakow, Polandia, saya merasakan […]

My effort to become productive

Nowadays I think it is kinda hard to become productive especially during this pandemic. When my friends traveling around Europe, I don’t dare because it’s like putting your soul into the risk 😀 also I want to save my money to buy something bigger in the future. Sometimes I want to turn my Instagram off […]

5 Negara, Ratusan Beasiswa, Beribu Cerita

Alhamdulillah di tahun 2020 ini saya berkesempatan menulis buku bersama teman-teman sesama mahasiswa S2 yang tersebar di berbagai negara, seperti Polandia, Prancis, Jepang, Rusia dan Taiwan. Sesuai judulnya yaitu 5 Negara, kami sebagai mahasiswa Indonesia di 5 negara tersebut membagikan tips bagaimana bisa diterima kuliah dengan beasiswa dan apa saja yang dilakukan disana yang mencerminkan […]

Study of band structure renormalization of tight-binding model semiconductor by incorporating GW self-energy – ABSTRACT

By: A. R. Hayyu, A. Azhar, and M. A. Majidi Link to publication: https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5064050 Almost in all first-principles or modeling calculations of semiconductors that do not take into account electron-electron (e-e) interactions the resulting band gap is too much underestimated as compared to experimental data. Most conventional semiconductors, such as Ge, Si, or GaAs, may […]

Broken Symmetries – Abstract

Most shapes in Nature display little or no symmetry, but many are almost symmetric. After the neutron had been discovered, it became clear that there are specific forces acting within the atomic nucleus. During the next two decades, many new experiments were performed and new particles and new decays were discovered. Chen-Ning Yang and Tsung-Dao […]