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The UNDIP Aqua Marine Team Won 2nd Place in the 2023 International Dam Innovation Contest Competition

The Aqua Marine Team of the Diponegoro University (Undip) won 2nd place in the 2023 International Dam Innovation Contest (IDIC) competition which was held from 9 February 2023 to 5 May 2023 at Diponegoro University, Semarang.

The Undip Aqua Marine team consists of Civil Engineering students class of 2020, namely Aqnas Maulana Askiantoro as the team leader, Mirza Nur Aziz, and Naufan Yasar Nafiadi.

Achievements that have been achieved certainly through a variety of preparations that are quite well-prepared. Aqnas Maulana Askiantoro as the Head of the Undip Aqua Marine Team revealed that preparations had been made for about 4 months.

“The division of tasks for members is divided according to the fields and skills. We have participated in IDIC 2023 since January and the competition itself is in May. So it’s been about 4 months of preparation. We have also participated in a water club in Civil Engineering Undip, so we have pretty good basic knowledge,” explained Aqnas.

“I am happy to be able to make the name of my alma mater proud and I am also happy because the long preparations have been in line with the results we expected,” added Aqnas.

The International Dam Innovation Contest (IDIC) is a competition event held by the Civil Engineering Innovation Contest (CEIC) of Civil Engineering at Diponegoro University which is active in the field of water buildings, namely dams.

This year’s CEIC Season XI International Dam Innovation Contest (IDIC) carries a theme that is very relevant to the issue of flood problems, namely “Innovation Planning of Landfill Dam Type as Flood Control and Maximized the Other Multifunction”.

Complex environmental problems such as flood problems are very common throughout the world, so the International Dam Innovation Contest (IDIC) fully contributes to creating the next generation by accommodating international students to channel their ideas and innovations in planning dams that maximize their utilization.

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