We are engaging in a consortium program aimed at bridging our academic personnel to the global network (regional and intercontinental rank). Our involvement in a consortium network is based on mutual partnership including a common end goal, sharing resources, equality, and ethics.

The rank of the consortium we are present now includes research activities, academic teaching, and community services. Here is the list of the network where we have been playing our important role:

  1. Coelacanth Raja Ampat
    The consortium was created after the first scientific publication of Coelacanth discovered by a fisherman in 2018 on the eastern coast of Raja Ampat. The consortium will study the systematic of this fascinating creature, population and habitat, and future challenges of its conservation status. Member institutions include local, national, and international research institutes and universities.

  2. International Joint Laboratory
    The international Joint laboratory is a set of competitive network Indo-Francais studying the sentinel species and ecosystem across the archipelago. The network is based on research partnerships and capacity building programs including massive open online courses.

  3. Mullets Indonesia
    Mullets program in Indonesia is created by the member of DIVA Indonesia network membered 50 young lecturers originated from 45 universities in Indonesia. Its first common project “Mullets Indonesia” started in early 2020 by involving the master students and expected to incorporate a PhD scholar in 2021. DIVA Indonesia is characterized by its working philosophy “sharing resources and joint publish”, a new hatched strategy inspired by the ancient tradition of Austronesian people called “Gotong Royong”.