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Science and Technology Index (SINTA) Award
Ministry of Research and Technology, Indonesia
2018

July 4, 2018, 05.51 pm

Dexa Medica’s Director of Innovation and Scientific Development Wins SINTA Awards 2018

Director of Innovation and Scientific Development of PT Dexa Medica, Raymond R. Tjandrawinata, Ph.D., M.S., MBA has taken home the SINTA (Science and Technology Index) Awards 2018 in the Author Category of the Scientific Publication with the highest SINTA Score for Private University Category on Wednesday, 4 July 2018.

SINTA Awards 2018 is a form of appreciation from the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Kemenristekdikti) towards authors and institutions with great performance in publications, citations, and journals. This is meant to stimulate lecturers, researchers, journal managers, and institutions’ productivity in publishing, citing, and managing their journals.

The SINTA Awards are presented for 3 major categories, which are (1) awards for R&D Institutions/Universities, (2) awards for Individual Researchers, (3) awards for Journal Managers, and include 20 detailed sub-categories based on policy implementation carried out by stakeholders from universities and research and development institutions. The award appreciates lecturers, researchers, institutions and journal managers who have shown tangible achievements in increasing scientific publications and journals.

This prestigious award was granted by the Kemenristekdikti’s Director General of Science and Technology Resources (SDID), Prof. dr Ali Ghufron Mukti M.Sc., Ph.D. at Kemenristekdikti Building in Jakarta. The ceremony was also witnessed by the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Prof. H. Mohamad Nasir, Ph.D, Ak.

“Improving scientific and technological literacy for more Indonesian students through research and publication has always been what we aimed for. We hope for more advanced and sophisticated science and technology for Indonesia in the future,” said Raymond. Corporate Communications Dexa Group