Ivandini Tribidasari Anggraningrum




NIP: 197001291997022001
ORCID: 0000-0002-5282-5325
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Scopus Author ID: 6506022840
Website: http://staff.ui.ac.id/ivandini.tri https://bcglab-ui.wixsite.com/mysite/supervisor
Division: Physical Chemistry
Title: Professor
Specialties: Electrochemistry Electrocatalysis Sensors and Biosensors
Contact Information
Email ivandini.tri@sci.ui.ac.id
Office Building G,  FMIPA UI
Phone +6221-7270027
Ph.D., Chemistry, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2003
M.Sc., Chemistry, University of Indonesia, Indonesia, 1996
B.Sc., Chemistry, University of Indonesia, Indonesia, 1993
Research Interest
Electrochemistry of diamond, including its modification, development for sensors and biosensors, electrocatalysis and electrosynthesis, as well as waste-water treatment
Short Biography

Prof. Dr. Ivandini Tribidasari Anggraningrum is a member of the teaching and research staff at Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Universitas Indonesia, since 1997. In 2003 she accomplished her doctoral degree at The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. Between 2003 and 2007 she performed post-doctoral research at the Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan with JSPS fellowship during 2004-2006. Up to the present time she is still performing research collaboration with Keio University. Since 2019, she has been a full-time professor at Universitas Indonesia, and she has been appointed as Manager of Research and Community Engagement in her Faculty since 2018. She has published more 110 scientific papers in highly respectable journals and conference proceedings, such as Chemical Communications, Analytical Chemistry, Scientific Reports, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Analytical Biochemistry, etc. She also holds some patents under European and Japan Patents.

Honor & Awards
  • 2012: The most productive researcher in Universitas Indonesia
  • 2004: JSPS Award from Japan
  • 2003: Postdoctoral Fellowship from Chemistry Dept., Faculty of Science and Technology,Keio University, Japan.
  • 2000: Monbusho Scholarship from Japan Government
Selected Publication
  • T. A. Ivandini and Y. Einaga. (2017). “Polycrystalline boron-doped diamond electrodes for electrocatalytic and electrosynthetic applications”. Chemical Communication 53: 1338.
  • K. Asai, T. A. Ivandini, Y. Einaga, (2016). “Continuous and selective measurement of oxytocin and vasopressin using boron-doped diamond electrodes”. Scientific Reports 6: 32429
  • K. Asai, T. A. Ivandini, M. M. Falah, Y. Einaga. (2016). “Surface Termination Effect of Boron‐Doped Diamond on the Electrochemical Oxidation of Adenosine Phosphate”. Electroanalysis 28: 177.
  • M. Medina-Sánchez, C. C. Mayorga-Martinez, T. Watanabe, T. A. Ivandini, Y. Honda, F. Pino, K. Nakata, A. Fujishima, Y. Einaga, A. Merkoçi. (2016). “Microfluidic platform for environmental contaminants sensing and degradation based on boron-doped diamond electrodes”. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 75: 365.
  • W. T. Wahyuni, T. A. Ivandini, E. Saepudin, Y. Einaga. (2016). “Development of neuraminidase detection using gold nanoparticles boron-doped diamond electrodes”. Analytical Biochemistry 497: 68.
  • T. A. Ivandini, E. Saepudin, Y. Einaga. (2015). “Yeast-based Biochemical Oxygen Demand Sensors Using Gold-modified Boron-doped Diamond Electrodes”. Analytical Sciences 31: 643.
  • T. A. Ivandini, W. P. Wicaksono, E. Saepudin, B. Rismetov and Y. Einaga, (2015). “Anodic stripping voltammetry of gold nanoparticles at boron-doped diamond electrodes and its application in immunochromatographic strip tests”. Talanta. 134: 136.
  • A. Sugitani, T. Watanabe, T. A. Ivandini, T. Iguchi, Y. Einaga. (2013). “Controlling the diffusion profile of electroactive species for selective anodic stripping voltammetry of cadmium at boron-doped diamond electrodes”. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2013: 142.
  • Y. Ishii, T. A. Ivandini, K. Murata, Y. Einaga. (2013). “Development of electrolyte-free ozone sensors using boron-doped diamond electrodes”. Analytical Chemistry. 85: 4284.
  • T. A. Ivandini, E. Saepudin, H. Wardah, Harmesa, N. Dewangga and Y. Einaga, (2012). “Development of a biochemical oxygen demand sensor using gold-modified boron doped diamond electrodes”. Analytical Chemistry 84: 9825.