Ir. V. Sri Harjati Suhardi, Ph.D

Environmental Microbiology

Dr. Sri H. Suhardi is a lecturer of environmental microbiology in Microbiology Study Program, ITB. She is an expertise in bioremediation and environmental biotechnology. Her research works focused on fungal-based remediation technology, specifically, with the use of White Rot Fungi. She also developed an extensive studies in fungal enzyme-based production, such as laccase, for biotreatment of textile dye waste.

She got his first bachelor degree from ITB then obtained her doctoral degree from University of Kent at Canterbury, U.K.

  1. Bioremediation
  2. Mycoremediation
  3. Fungal enzyme-based technological development for industrial wastewater treatment
  1. Risdianto, H., Sofianti, E., Suhardi, S.H., and Setiadi, T. 2012. Optimization of Laccase Production using White Rot Fungi and Agricultural Wastes in Solid State Fermentation. ITB J.Eng. Sci, 44(2), 93105
  2. Sri Harjati Suhardi, Koesnandar, Dwi Kusuma, Hans Arnaldo (2008). ”Pedoman Biosafety untuk Laboratorium Mikrobiologi dan Klinik”. ISBN 9789791724500 Diterbitkan oleh PT Multazam Mitra Prima
  3. Risdianto, H., Setiadi, T., Suhardi, S.H., Niloperbowo, W., “Laccase Production from Marasmius sp. Using A Modified Temporary Immersion Bioreactor”, Regional Symposium on Chemical Engineering, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, 2007
  4. Hendro Risdianto, Sri Harjati S, Wardono Niloperbowo,Tjandra Setiadi, “The Influence of Immersion Period on Laccase Production by Marasmius sp. in A Modified Temporary Bioreactor”, The 20th International symposium on Chemical Engineering, Hambat National University, Daejeon, Korea, 2007
  5. Suhardi, S.H, Guswandhi, Panjaitan S.P.J, and Setiadi. T, ‘The Effect of Immersion Time on Decolorization of Textile Wastewater Using Marasmius sp. In Modified Packed Bed Bioreactors’, The Fifth International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment, Green Lake Resort, Chiang Mai, Thailand, November 79, 2007, Proceedings The Fifth International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment, Vol. 5, 2007, p. 8895.
  6. Handy Christian, Edy Suwito, Tomy A.Ferdian, Tjandra Setiadi, dan Sri Harjati Suhardi, ‘Kemampuan Pengolahan Warna Limbah Tekstil oleh Berbagai Jenis Fungi dalam Suatu Bioreaktor’, Prosiding Seminar Nasional Fundamental & Aplikasi Teknik Kimia 2007, Jurusan Teknik Kimia, ITS, Surabaya, 15 Nopember 2007, hal. B51 s.d B56, ISSN 14105667.
  7. Guswandhi, James P. Panjaitan, Sri Harjati Suhardi, Wardono Niloperbowo, Tjandra Setiadi, “PENGHILANGAN WARNA LIMBAH TEKSTIL DENGAN Marasmius sp. DALAM BIOREAKTOR UNGGUN TETAP TERMODIFIKASI (MODIFIED PACKED BED)”, Prosiding Seminar Nasional Rekayasa Kimia dan Proses 2007, Semarang 2007
  8. Hendro Risdianto, Tjandra Setiadi, Sri Harjati Suhardi, Wardono Niloperbowo, “Pemilihan Spesies Jamur dan Media Imobilisasi untuk Produksi Enzim Ligninolitik”, Prosiding Seminar Nasional Rekayasa Kimia dan Proses 2007, Semarang
  9. Guswandhi, James S.P. Panjaitan, Sri Harjati Suhardi, Wardono Niloperbowo, Tjandra Setiadi, “Decolorization of Textile Wastewater Using Marasmius sp. In Modified Packed Bed Reactor”, Regional Symposium on Chemical Engineering, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, 2007.
  10. Sri Harjati Suhardi and Asri Arifianti. (2006) Full Scale Case: Performance of exsitu mycoremediation in a petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated site. Annual Meeting on Indonesia Microbiology Society, August 2006.
  11. Boehmer, S. H. Suhardi, T. Bley. (2006). Decolorizing Reactive Textile Dyes with WhiteRot Fungi by Temporary Immersion Cultivation. Engineering in Life Sciences. Volume 6, Issue 4 , Pages 417 420.
  12. I N P. Aryantha, Harjati Suhardi, Y. Setiadi, N. Kristanti. The use of Palm Oil Fiber treated with lignocellulotic fungi as Bulking agent for plant media of tomato and corn plant. Submitted to Proceeding of the 2005 Annual Meeting of Indonesia Society of Microbiology, August 2005.
  13. Harjati Suhardi, , N. Kristanti , A. Jatnika.. The use of Palm Oil Fibre bulking agent and degrading fungi, Sporotrichum pulverulentum CK94, in bioremediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil. Submitted to Proceeding of the 2005 Annual Meeting of Indonesia Society of Microbiology, August 2005
  14. Sri Harjati Suhardi, Ulrike Böhmer, Thomas Bley. (2005). The use of Palm Oil Fibre and Pine Wood Chips as a growth media: biodegradation of textile dye wastewater using culture of Trametes versicolour. Proceeding of the Asean Science and Technology Week, Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Jakarta, August 2005.
#Code - Course NameCredit(s)*
1BM4201 - Biosafety2
2BT5202 - Applied Environmental Microbiology2
3BE3001 - Health and Safety Work in Bioindustry2
4BM3001 - Research Methodology2
5BM3103 - Environmental Microbiology3
6BM4108 - Bioremediation2
7KU1101 - Introduction of Engineering and Design I2
*refer to the lecturer's credit of teaching

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