Research Programs is the development of science and technology that is beneficial to the Republic of Indonesia and the global community.
Research performance is determined from international publications, number of citations, international recognition in the form of International Awards, and patents produced.
ITB's four research priorities are: (1). Information and communication technology; (2). Transportation and Energy Engineering; (3). Infrastructure and Disasters; (4). Food and Health.
Research program to strengthen the culture of sustainable and quality research at ITB
Research programs applied to science and technology in the industrial, economic, and social fields through funding from The Asahi Glass Foundation.
Research program in the field of natural gas technology and alleviation of environmental problems through the Osaka Gas Foundation funding.
Academic partnership research program with international researchers and/or academics.
A collaborative research program between ITB and IPB, UGM, and UNAIR.
Research program through Kemenristek / BRIN funding sources (BOPTN).
Assistance program for holding international scientific conferences or seminars.
Research program to implement the National Research Priority 2020-2024 supported by RIRN through LPDP funding.
Oil palm research and development program through BPDPKS funding.
International Joint Research and Match Funding through LPDP funding.
ITB's collaborative research program with universities abroad.
A collaborative research program between ITB and 12 State Universities (PTNBH) in Indonesia.
World-class visiting professor research program to be placed in various universities in Indonesia and send Indonesian researchers to the visiting professor's home institution.
Mitsubishi Corporation Research Funding Program supports research that contributes to the advancement of science and technology in the main research area of Battery Waste Management
Research collaboration program between the Bandung Institute of Technology and the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
ITB cooperates with the Netherlands through the Program of the Stichting B.T. Hoogeschool Fonds (BTHF Grants)