International recognition of Semarang State University (UNNES) lecturers is growing. One of them is evidenced by the work of a lecturer in Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA), Dr.rer.nat. Adi Nur Cahyono, M.Pd.
As a researcher, he will conduct collaborative research with one of the best universities in the world, the University of Cambridge, England. In addition, for two months, he had the opportunity to be a visiting professor at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria.
Adi’s joint research and publication activities are entitled “Artificial Intelligence-based Motion Capture in Virtual Reality for Enhancing Creative STEAM Education.” This activity will take place from September 26, 2023, to October 5, 2023.
In addition to conducting collaborative research, Adi is scheduled to be a visiting professor at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, in a doctoral program at the Department of STEM Education. There, he will teach two courses, namely Advanced Research Method in Education 1 and Introduction to Research Method in Education 1.
The event runs from October 5, 2023, to December 1, 2023, and is part of the Austrian Teaching Fellow Program.
There are a series of activities scheduled for the UNNES FMIPA lecturer while at Johannes Kepler University Linz: being a co-promoter for Ph.D. students, conducting joint research and publication in the Virtual Reality STEM Trails Project, and being part of the preparation of international consortium collaboration project proposals.
Before conducting collaborative research and becoming a visiting professor, Adi gained international recognition through the publication of scientific papers, including his books.
The man who completed his doctoral degree at the University of Frankfurt wrote a book titled Learning Mathematics in a Mobile App-Supported Math Trail Environment, published by Springer.
He also created the MathCityMap application, a mathematics learning application that packages mathematics learning in the form of trails in the immediate environment.
UNNES Rector Prof. Dr. S Martono appreciated Adi’s achievements and encouraged him to continue collaborating with other world-class scientists. According to him, collaborative research with the world’s best universities will significantly improve the quality of education and UNNES publications.