Welcome to the web page of the Doctoral Program in Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta. An appreciation for us, for your visit on this page. The progress of science and technology (IPTEK), which is increasingly developing, demands the role of scientists and researchers to have high motivation and work ethic as well as adequate academic quality. We hope to produce quality graduates with scientific works of international reputation supported by superior human resources (HR) and adequate laboratory facilities.

has proclaimed to be a World Class University (WCU). The establishment of the Doctoral Program in Physics will support the achievement of these goals. The hope in the future is to be able to produce quality human resources (HR) for the development of science and technology and play a role in research, technology development that is useful in various fields of knowledge, especially Physics.

Best Regards,

Prof. Drs. Cari, M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Head of Physics Science Doctoral Program

Prof. Drs. Cari, M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Head of Physics Science Doctoral Program


The Doctoral Program in Physics was established based on the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education No. 31/KPT/I/2018 on January 10, 2018. The Doctoral Program in Physics develops scientific disciplines based on scientific development and application and is supported by teaching staff with doctoral qualifications from within the country and abroad.

The Doctoral Program in Physics develops scientific disciplines based on scientific development and application. The Doctoral Program in Physics is supported by teaching staff with doctoral qualifications from within the country: 3 from UGM and 1 from UI, as well as abroad: 3 from the USA, 1 from Australia, 2 from the UK, 1 from Taiwan, 4 from Japan. The scope of this study includes: (1) Theoretical and Particle Physics, (2) Physics of Electronic Materials, and (3) Physics of Photonic Materials supported by very adequate laboratory facilities including: XRD, SEM, UV-VIS, etc.

The results of publications produced by the teaching staff of PS S3 Physics in the last 3 years are in the form of journals and proceedings with a Scopus index of more than 100 articles and non Scopus articles of more than 200 articles. One of the teaching staff received the first Sinta Award for the BLU higher education category in 2018 and PS S3 Physics was the highest contributor to the UNS Scopus in the last 3 years. In addition, this PS has produced 4 patents in the field of materials and optics.

Advantages and Specification

To support activities in the learning process, PS S3 Physics adopts a curriculum based on KKNI which includes 4 components: attitudes, knowledge, general and special skills. Based on the Ministerial Decree No. 045-U-2002 concerning the Core Curriculum which is used as a guide in the preparation of the BAN-PT form, the PS divides the 4 components into main competencies, assistants, and other assistants. Therefore, PS provides services for basic science courses which include Mathematical Physics, Electrodynamics 1 and 2, Quantum Physics 1 and 2, and Statistical Physics as basic prerequisites in the development of theoretical physics: quantum relativity, quantum fields, high energy physics. , and applications include electronic materials, photonic materials, magnetic materials, semi-conductors.



To excel in the development of the physical sciences and their application at the international level in 2035

Mission and Goals



  1. Organizing learning based on research results
  2. Conducting research oriented to the development of physics science
  3. Organizing community service based on applicable research results
  1. Produce graduates who are able to think critically about natural phenomena
  2. Produce an innovative and honest researcher
  3. Produce research that is beneficial to society

Graduate Profile





Achievement Strategy

The strategy developed is based on the results of a study of existing data from all activities carried out by campus residents in the faculty environment, showing that the research results of lecturers and students are able to penetrate the international level. Therefore, the description of the Mission and Objectives is based on:

  1. Encouraging lecturers with S2 qualifications to continue their studies to doctoral degrees, this is in line with the Rector’s policy to provide research assistance funds for Dissertations for UNS lecturers who are currently studying further at the Postgraduate and UNS Faculty. 5 people and 17 people in the country are expected to be able to increase the number of lecturers with doctoral qualifications from 77 (55%) to 98 (70%). The increase in the number of lecturers with doctoral qualifications provides quality PT Tridharma services.
  2. Encouraging doctoral lecturers who have the rank of head lector to advance to the rank of professor (GB) which is supported by university programs through the LPPM providing special research funds for accelerating professors with a mentoring system from lecturers who have GB status. The increasing number of professors is expected to correlate with research results not only in terms of quantity but also quality that can be streamlined.
  3. For lecturers who receive research grants from PNBP grants, Dikti, and research grants from other sources, they are required to involve students based on the policies of the LPPM as stated in the Research and Community Service Guidebook, VIII Edition, 2021, in general terms it involves at least 2 student. With the involvement of students in research is expected to accelerate graduation and have the skills as a researcher.
  4. Improvement of learning and research laboratory facilities needs to be improved, especially research labs accredited by KAN. The Integrated Mathematics and Natural Sciences Lab already has a calibration lab and a test lab, so additional parameters are needed.
  5. Continuous socialization via electronic media of the existence of PS and the achievements that have been achieved to get interested/attractive prospective students.
  6. Mentoring for students who have succeeded in getting PKM/entrepreneurship intensely PS S3 Physics, which can be said to be relatively new, does not mean starting from scratch in terms of preparation related to human resources, facilities and infrastructure, and governance related to the learning system. The Department of Physics has 23 educators, both directly and indirectly involved in the management of PS S3. With the accreditation of PS S1 and S2 in physics, both of which are accredited A from BAN-PT, it provides strength/experience in the management of PS S3 Physics. Therefore based on the VMTS Faculty, PS has formulated.


Prof. Drs. Cari, M.A., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Prof. Ir. Ari Handono R., M.Sc.(Hons)., Ph.D.

Prof. Dra. Soeparmi, M.A., Ph.D.

Prof. Dr. Eng. Budi Purnama, S.Si., M.Si.

Nuryani, S.Si., M.Si., Ph.D.

Drs. Harjana, M.Si., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Ahmad Marzuki, S.Si., Ph.D.

Dr. Agus Supriyanto, S.Si., M.Si.

Dr. Yofentina Iriani, S.Si., M.Si.

Dr. Eng. Risa Suryana, S.Si., M.Si.

Tri Winarni, A.Md.

Administrative Staff

Moh. Taufiqurrahman, A.Md.

Administrative Staff



  1. Administration Management Room
  2. Head of Doctoral Program Room
  3. Lecture Hall
  4. Lecturer Room
  5. Meeting Room
  6. Student Discussion Room
  7. Conference Room


  1. Material Laboratory
  2. Acoustic Laboratory
  3. Geophysics Laboratory
  4. Electronics and Instrumentation Laboratory
  5. Optical Laboratory
  6. Computing Laboratory
  7. MIPA Integrated Laboratory
  8. UNS Integrated Laboratory

Advanced Equipment:

  1. X-ray Diffraction (XRD)
  2. X-Ray Fluoresence (XRF)
  3. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
  4. UV-Vis
  5. Fourier Transformed Infrared (FTIR)
  6. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)




Community Service

  1. Universitas at Albany
  2. The College at New Paltz
  3. ITS
  4. ITB
  5. UGM
  6. UB
  7. Physics Department, Sharood University of Technology Iran
  8. Institute For Integrated Enginering Univesity TUN Hussein Onn Malaysia
  9. UNNES
  10. UNDIP
  11. UNSOED
  1. LPFK Surakarta
  2. Universete du Littoral Cote De Opal France
  3. Nagoya University Japan
  4. Institute For Integrated Enginering Univesity TUN Hussein Onn Malaysia
  5. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  6. Universitas Indonesia
  7. Universitas Gadjah Mada
  8. Pusat Sains dan Teknologi Bahan Maju (PSTM) BATAN
  9. Universitas Tun Husein Onn Malaysia
  10. Thor Con
  11. BATAN
  12. Pengembangan Teknologi Pedesaan Surakarta (LPTP)
  13. RUSD Banten
  14. RS UNS
  15. Balai Besar Kulit, Karet, dan Plastik
  16. Fakultas MIPA USU
  17. PT Dirgantara Indonesia
  18. Fakultas MIPA UNRI
  19. Akademi Angkatan Udara
  20. PT Kimia Farma
  21. Naturafit Herba
  22. RS UNS
  23. RS PKU Surakarta
  24. Lembaga Farmasi Puske TNI AD
  25. PT Phapros
  26. Hottinger Bruel&Kjaer Denmark
  27. RSUD Sragen
  1. PCM Muhammadiyah Blimbing Bekonang Sukoharjo
  2. PT DI Bandung
  3. Pemda Karanganyar
  4. Yayasan Muhamdiyah Bekonang Sukoharja (PKM – Mitra)
  5. Badan Tenaga Nuklir Nasional (BATAN)


During my study at the UNS Physics Doctoral Program, I was able to increase the exposure, strategies in research methodologies, and the management of research groups so that they continue to grow and to regenerate the young scientists.

Suci Faniandari

Physics Doctoral Student

"The Doctoral Program in Physics gives lessons about the importance of independence, hard work, and cooperation. A pleasant lecture atmosphere with very adequate facilities makes something complicated easy to understand."

Budi Legowo

Physics Doctoral Student

"For me, doctoral lectures in physics provide a lot of new knowledge. The curriculum is developing in accordance with scientific developments, supported by practicums with adequate facilities for doctoral student standards."

Mohtar Yunianto

Physics Doctoral Student

"The Doctoral Program in Physics applies a curriculum that is in accordance with current scientific developments as well as adequate laboratories. So we sent our study program lecturers to continue their studies at Doctoral Physics."

Agus Supriyanto


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