##### Prof. Imam Solekhudin, M.Si., Ph.D.

Professor | Staff Handbook

- Office Address : Sekip Utara Bulaksumur Yogyakarta 55281
- Email : imams@ugm.ac.id
- Link acadstaff : http://acadstaff.ugm.ac.id/isolekhudin

**Biography**

Imam Solekhudin is a Full Professor in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Universitas Gadjah Mada, and Chair of Computational Mathematics Research Group in the Department of Mathematics. He received Ph.D Degree in Mathematics from Mathematics and Mathematics Education-National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

His expertise is in the field of numerical methods, especially in implementing boundary integral equation methods for solving boundary value problems in physical and engineering sciences.

**Research interests**

Solekhudin’s general research interest is in applied and engineering mathematics. Specific research topics he has worked on include boundary integral equation methods, infiltration from irrigation channels, heat transfer in non-layered and layered materials, pollutant spread in water, and diffusion-convection problems. At present, he is studying various problems involving analysis of advanced materials, such as, layered and functionally graded materials

**Students**

PhD student

- Munadi (2015-2021) (Co-supervision and co promotor)

Topic: Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Methods (DRBEM) For Stationer Water Infiltration Problems from Single Irrigation Channels.

Master student

- Faustinus Luan (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method with Various Radial Basis Functions for Solving Infiltration Problems from Flat Periodic Channels.

2. Dwi Istanto (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: An Application of Mixed Integer Linear Programming Model for Machines Schedulling.

3. Megasari (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method for Solving Infiltration Problems from Flat Channels and It’s Comparison with Analytical Solutions.

4. Nurul Hindun Malysa (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method (DRBEM) for Solving Steady Infiltration Problems from Periodic Channels in Heterogeneous Soils with Root-Water Uptake.

5. Dwi Purnama (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method (DRBEM) for Solving Steady Infiltration Problems from Periodic Channels in Heterogeneous Soils.

6. Desi Erma Yeni (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Method for Solving Infiltration Problems from Periodic Irrigation Channels in Various Homogeneous Soils with Root-Water Uptake.

7. Irma Novalinda NST (2017) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: A Dual Recipocity Boundary Element Method with a Predictor-Corrector for Steady Infiltration from Periodic Channels with Root-Water Uptake.

8. Ratna Sari DA (2019) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: Sensitivity Analysis of Mathematical Model of Gene Therapy for Cancer Treatment.

9. Nurcahya YA (2020) (Supervision and Promotor)

Topic: AN APPLICATION OF DUAL RECIPROCITY BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD ON CALCULATION OF POLLUTANT CONCENTRATION RANGE IN TWINNED PATH WITH LAMINAR WATER.

**Publications:**

- Solekhudin, I., Boundary interface water infiltration into layered soils using dual reciprocity methods, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 119, pp. 280 – 292, 2020.
- Solekhudin, I. and Ang, KC., A Laplace transform DRBEM with a predictor-corrector scheme for time-dependent infiltration from periodic channels with root-water uptake, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 50, pp. 141 – 147, 2015.
- Solekhudin, I. and Ang, KC., A DRBEM with a predictor-corrector scheme for steady infiltration from periodic channels with root-water uptake, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 36(8), pp. 1199 – 2004, 2012.

He (co-)authored around 19 journal articles indexed by Scopus and 10 refereed contributions to proceedings or book chapters, also indexed by Scopus; see also his Google Scholar(link) page, https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=0MmqBYUAAAAJ&hl=id&oi=ao , for further information.