Program Studi Sarjana Teknik Kimia

Terakreditasi Unggul oleh BAN-PT
TERAKREDITASI OLEH Indonesian Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (IABEE)


A highly motivated graduate of Chemical Engineering International Program at ITB. Alicia has graduated with honor attaining the highest GPA among the class of 2016 (3.82/4.00). During her study, she had experienced conducting research on the Development Catalytic Cracking of Palm Oil to Produce Biogasoline that meets the Standard Euro 4, being an engineering intern in PT Suluh Ardhi Engineering and PT Pertamina Refinery Unit II, Dumai, attending Young Design Thinkers Internship, and winning the BEST Group Performance in the Category of Sensitive Skin Product in Chemical Product Design Innovation Challenge supported by PT Paragon Technology and Innovation. Alicia has also actively involved in many students’ organizations, including ITB Student Union, ITB Student Welfare Cooperation (KOKESMA-ITB), Chemical Engineering ITB Student Union (HIMATEK-ITB), Indonesia Chemical Engineering Challenge (IChEC), and American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) ITB Student Chapter.


A highly driven and motivated undergraduate Chemical Engineering student of ITB. Odara has a strong passion in social enterprise, as well as business and community development. During 3 years of study at ITB, she has received 9 prestigious scholarships and awards from UNESCO, Chevron, Unilever, Schneider Electric, etc. She has experienced working as intern in Boston Consulting Group and PT Paragon Technology and Innovation. She was the Director of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Director of Operations for Students Catalyst Chapter 6 and currently is the head of Professionalism in ITB Chemical Engineering Student Union, the Ambassador of Indonesia in World Literacy Foundation, as well as the Co-Founder and President of Say Yes to Books (a social organization that focuses on equality and quality of education in Indonesia). With tons of responsibility, she could manage her GPA at 3.58/4.00.