Design, Operation and Maintenance of Aircraft Research Group

General Information

The mission statement of Design, Operation and Maintenance of Aircraft research group is to simultaneously improve safety and efficiency and minimize the societal impact (especially on the environment) of the global air transportation through innovations in control, optimization, and system analysis and design. Our multidisciplinary approach focuses on developing new and cost-effective solutions for aviation, from design support to operations and MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul). 

The research areas are Aircraft Design, Aircraft Operation (Airport systems, air transportation systems, human factors), and Aircraft Maintenance (MRO). 

All members of DOMA Research Group are actively doing some researches, community services, and publishing their research on reputable domestic and international journals. The members also carried several researches with their colleagues from both domestic and international institutions/universities. 

Top researches :

  1. KIFX (Korea-Indonesia Fighter Aircraft) Project
  2. A collaboration research and development between Indonesia Government (Ministry of Defence, Indonesian Airspace, and ITB) and Korea Government in design and production of next generation tactical fighter aircraft. (Ongoing research, since 2011)
  3. Design of Trainer Aircraft
  4. The project was sponsored by the Institute for Research and Development, Ministry of Transportation, Indonesia, for 3 (three) years (2013-2015). The objective is to design and build a two-seat trainer aircraft prototype for flight training.
  5. Design and Analysis of a GNSS-Landing System (GLS) Approach Procedure at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Intl Airport. 
  6. The objective is to analyze the effectiveness of a GBAS (Ground Based Augmentation System)-based precision approach procedure at Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. The design of the precision approach procedure follows the ICAO PANS-OPS.
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