Ganesha-Tech is an Indonesian engineering, research and MATLAB blog. It provide resources dedicated to presenting engineering related research around the world -focusing in Indonesia- and tutorials mainly on MATLAB, but other relevant topics also will be presented as well.
We present research news to enable all researchers around Indonesia and abroad to share ideas, and then hopefully better solution will come up. Latest research news around the world keep you up to date to the relevant events and agenda, also create and maintain engineering relations among researchers.
The MATLAB tutorials presented are easy to follow, clearly written, and followed with descriptive images. We are going to make learning something new become not so difficult and minatory, so we strive to build tutorials in such a way that eases learning process.
Ganesha-Tech is still in early development. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please do not hestitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hear feedback and suggestions from you.
I obtained his Bachelor Degree in Aeronautics and Aerospace Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology (Indonesia) in 2007. From February 2008, worked for National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (Indonesia) as an Aerospace Engineer. My researches are about rocket design and simulation, satellite launch vehicle, flight dynamics, inertial navigation, etc. My interests include: MATLAB, Simulink, Aerospace Simulation, Mechanical Design, Signal Processing. His hobbies are playing basketball, books and Winning Eleven.
Now I’m not in MATLAB calculation anymore, but I’m looking my way back there. That is why I’m reviving my blog here.
Currently work at AirAsia, a south-east-asia based airline, as a Technical Services Engineer. So yeah, I still deal with engineering and my love, airplanes!!
This will change some view in my blog, but I will still put research at the top. Wish me luck!
“Equations are more important to me, because politics is for the present, but an equation is something for eternity.” -Albert Einstein