UB Has New Professors from FMIPA and FH

Universitas Brawijaya (UB) inaugurates two new professors again. They are, Prof. Dr.Eng. Didik Rahadi Santoso, M.Si. from the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) and Prof. Dr. Moh. Fadli, S.H., M.Hum from the Faculty of Law (FH), Wednesday (25/11/2020).

The inauguration procession was held at Widyaloka Building by complying the COVID-19 health protocol, which was only attended by the Rector, Senate Chair and Secretary, the Dean of the FP FT, and the family of new professors. Meanwhile, other invited guests can watch the procession through Live Streaming Youtube Channel UBTV and UB Radio.

Prof. Dr.Eng. Didik Rahadi Santoso, M.Si, who was confirmed as a Professor in the Field of Plant Ecology, is the 23rd active professor from FMIPA, and the 269th produced by UB. He delivered a scientific speech inauguration of the professor entitled: “OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEMS IN THE INDUSTRY-4.0 ERA”.

In his speech, he said that currently instrumentation technology is developing very rapidly, both in product design and in its application. This development cannot be separated from the progress of science and technology as a whole, especially in the field of electronic components and information and communication technology (ICT).

The development of the world of instrumentation technology is very fast in the Industrial Age 4.0. According to him, this is both an opportunity and challenge for researchers and the instrumentation industry, particularly in Indonesia.

Instrumentation product development will provide a solution for the availability of equipment systems that are indispensable for the development of science and technology and industrial activities as a whole.

“Examples of application; the first is the Bio-electrical Impedance Spectrometer (BIS), which is an instrumentation system for research purposes in the field of biophysics, and the second is an instrumentation system for monitoring volcanic activity in real time remotely, “said the man who was born in Jombang.

The Research Results of Prof. Didik later can help lecturers and students, especially in the Department of Physics, UB to carry out their education and research better, this is proven that they can carry out scientific publications with related research topics. This effort is also expected to reduce national dependence on imports of modern instrumentation equipment.

Dr.Eng. Didik Rahadi Santoso, M.Si. born in Jombang, June 10, 1969. He completed his undergraduate education at Universitas Brawijaya, his master’s degree at Gajah Mada University, Yogyakarta, and a doctoral degree at Hiroshima University, Japan. He now also serves as the Head of Physics Doctoral Program, FMIPA UB.

Meanwhile, Prof. Dr. Moh. Fadli, S.H., M.Hum confirmed as Professor in the field of Law Science and is the fifth active Professor in FH UB and the 270th Professor who has been confirmed by UB. He delivered a scientific speech entitled “Delegation Regulations in Indonesia: Ideas for Building Preventive Controls on Government Regulations”.

The scientific study which was researched by Prof. Fadli is closely related to the rampant demonstrations against the “Omnibus Law-or the Job Creation Law” (a popular term for the law which is now Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation).

“Delegation regulations are needed in various democratic countries, especially in an era that demands that public services be carried out quickly, effectively, efficiently without breaking the law. However, delegation rules must be controlled. In this world, there are three types of control, namely parliamentary control, judicial control and other types of control, “he explained.

This study uses a conceptual approach, a philosophical approach, a historical approach, a statute approach, and a comparative approach, which uses primary and secondary legal materials, and analyzed by prescriptive technique.

Based on the analysis of PP controls, it can be concluded that the control of PP is still limited to repressive control. This control is through testing the statutory regulations under the Law to the Supreme Court (MA).

Repressive controls are prone and not sufficient to ensure that the PP is not excessive, ultra vires, or inconsistent with the main law. Reminding that we adhere to a hierarchy of regulations as in Article 7 of Law no. 12, 2011 concerning the Formation of Legislative Regulations (UU P3), then the content of all statutory regulations must be in accordance with their type.

In such cases it is very important to exercise preventive control.

“The conclusions that can be drawn are, considering that the PP functions to carry out the law as it should be, then in the law that delegates authority has clearly stipulated the form and scope to be delegated and regulated in the PP; PP content only regulates what is delegated and should not be contradicted with other regulations of a higher level, “said the man from Bondowoso.

Repressive controls are still insufficient, and must be complemented by preventive controls, which should start at the time of the formation of the main law and at the time of drafting the PP.

One of the ways to conduct preventive control at the time of drafting a PP is an assessment or approval from the legislative before a PP is enacted or promulgated by the Government.

Dr. Moh. Fadli, S.H., M.Hum was born in Bondowoso, April 1, 1965. He completed his undergraduate and postgraduate education at the Faculty of Law UB, and a doctorate in Padjadjaran University, Bandung. He is also part of the team to increase international publication of scientific works of UB lecturers. [DP / Humas UB/ Trans. Iir]