Sejarah FTTM

History

Secara runut dan ringkas, sejarah Fakultas Teknik Pertambangan dan Perminyakan (FTTM) sejak berdiri hingga saat ini dapat dibagi dalam 5 (lima) perioda restrukturisasi, dimana tiap tahapan perioda restrukturisasi menyesuaikan dengan perkembangan ilmu dan teknologi untuk mengatasi masalah padamasanya. Adapun tahun-tahun penting selama 5 (lima) perioda restrukturisasi tersebut diatas dapat dilihat seperti berikut :

Tahap Persiapan (1948-1963)

1948 Bagian Tambang berdiri di bawah Fakultet Pengetahuan Teknik Universitas Indonesia
1950 Bagian Geologi berdiri di bawah Fakultet Ilmu Pasti dan Alam, Universitas Indonesia
1953 Dibuka program pendidika Tambang Umum dari Jurusan Eksplorasi dan Jurusan Tambang Umum
1962 Dibuka bagian Teknik Perminyakan pada Departemen Teknologi Mineral
1963 Dibuka jalur pilihan Metalurgi di bagian Tambang pada Departemen Teknologi Mineral

 Perioda Pengembangan Tahap I (1963-1999)

1973 Departemen Teknologi Mineral digabungkan ke dalam Fakultas Teknologi Industri
1984 Fakultas Teknologi Mineral (FTM) dibentuk dengan memiliki jurusan Teknik Geologi, Teknik Pertambangan dan Teknik Perminyakan
1988 Jurusan Teknik Geologi membentuk Program Studi Teknik Geofisika
1998 Pembentukkan Jurusan Teknik Geofisika yang terpisah dari Jurusan Teknik Geologi

Perioda Pengembangan Tahap II (1998-2005)

1998 Perubahan nomenklatur Fakultas Teknologi Mineral (FTM) menjadi FakultasIlmu Kebumian dan Teknologi Mineral (FIKTM)

Perioda Pengembangan Tahap III (2005-2007)

2006 Pembentukkan Program Studi Metalurgi terpisah dari Program Studi Teknik Pertambangan

Perioda Pengembangan Tahap IV (2007-Sekarang)

2007 Pemisahan FIKTM menjadi Fakultas Teknik Pertambangan dan Perminyakan (FTTM) dan Fakultas Ilmu Kebumian (FITB)

 

Although the Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering (abbreviated as FTTM in Indonesia Language) just began in 2007, its history has been taking place since the late 1940s when a Mining Engineering undergraduate program was opened at University of Indonesia in 1948 under the Faculty of Engineering. In 1950, an undergraduate program in Geology was the formed under the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the same university. After sharing its history with University of Indonesia, ITB was officially founded in 1959, In the same year. Department of Mineral Technology was established with two divisions namely Mining and Geology Division. Later, in 1962, and undergraduate program in Petroleum Engineering was founded.

In the period of 1973-1984, Department of Mineral Technology had been within the Faculty of Industrial Technology, sharing the same faculty with Engineering Physics, Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, and Industrial Engineering Departments. The next development was started in 1984 when the Faculty of Mineral Technology (abbreviated as FTM) was launched with 3 departments: Geological Engineering, Mining Engineering and Petroleum Engineering.

As the need of exploration, exploitation and natural hazard mitigation have been continuously escalating. In 1988, a Geophysical Engineering education program was opened and later in 1998 was promoted to a department level. In the same year, Department of Geophysics and Meteorology, previously under the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, joined the FTM. To accommodate the new field. The name of the faculty had been changed to Faculty of Earth Science and Mineral Technology (abbreviated as FIKTM) in 1999.

In early 2006, there were several changes in organizational nomenclature as ITB changed its status from a public to an autonomous university. To slightly trim the structure, the term “Department” was deleted leaving only faculty and program. In addition. A faculty to accommodate Geological Science and Technology was also established, separating earth sciences from engineering, and the new era of Mining and Petroleum Engineering education began in 2007.

With all those changes. Currently FTTM is managing eight undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering (including Geothermal Engineering), Geophysical Engineering, and Metallurgy Engineering.