Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science

Diponegoro University

The Excellent Research University

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science Expertise






Mendikbudristek Unggulan Scholarship 2022
World Class Professor | Workshop #3 Microplastic Research
Online Seminar | Maintaining Sustainable Inland Fisheries in Watershed Development
General Lecture | Alumni Teaching: Strengthening Alumni Networks to Face the Challenges of the World of Work
General Lecture | The Treasure of Seaweed
Webinar | Becoming a Fisheries Young Entrepreneur Series 4: An Exciting Catfish Hatchery Business Opportunity
Webinar of Capture Fisheries Dept. | Synergy of Maritime Tourism and Fisheries Capture Small Islands
World Class Professor 2021 | Workshop #1: Writing and Publishing Strategies in International Journals
World Class University 2021 | Visiting Lecture #3: Sustainability and Insights for Seafood Chains
World Class University 2021 | Visiting Lecture #2: Seafood Authenticity and Integrity
World Class University 2021 | Visiting Lecture: Seafood Quality and Assessment
Online Seminar | Efforts to Protect and Manage Protected Marine Biota
World Class Professor 2021 | Guest Lecture | Managing Plastic and Microplastic Waste in Coastal Areas in an Integrated Situation
World Class Professor 2021 | Online Seminar: Management of Parasitic Diseases in Australian Mariculture
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biodiversity Series 7 | “Climate Change as The Threat to The Corals”
Webinar | Becoming a Young Fisheries Entrepreneur Series 3: Feed Management and Tips to Be a Successful Catfish Farmer
Webinar | The Effect of Climate Change on Export Potential of Fishery Commodities
World Class Professor 2021 | Guest Lecture | Integrated Pollution Management in Coastal Areas
Online Seminar | Marine Biodiversity Protection: Linking Knowledge to Action
World Class Professor 2021 | Guest Lecture | Marine Invertebrates Series 2
Webinar | Becoming a Young Fisheries Entrepreneur Series 2: Feed Management and Hygienic Catfish Production in a Pandemic
We are Opening Marlin Squad Accelerating Program 2021!
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biodiversity Series 4 | “Marine Phycology: The Hidden Diversity of Photosynthetic Organisms”
Webinar | Becoming a Young Fisheries Entrepreneur Series 1: Business Potential and Appropriate Technology in Catfish Cultivation in a Pandemic Period
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biodiversity Series 3 | “The Coral Holobiont: Pathogens VS Probiotics”
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biodiversity Series | “What Can Molecular Biology Do For Marine Research”
Online Seminar | LIPI’s Role in Disaster Risk Assessment for Coastal Disaster Management
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biodiversity Series #1 | “Recent Advances In Taxonomy and Ecology of Marine Fungi”
International Seminar | Risk Assessment and Hazard Impact of Face Mask and Medical Waste Disposal During The Covid-19 Pandemic Toward Water Pollution
Announcement | Mendikbudristek Scholarship
International Guest Lecture | Marine Biotechnology Series | “Discovery of New Antibiotic from Microorganisms Inhabited in Special Environment by Dereplication Strategy”
Call for Participants: ITroSCo Online Pre-camp 2021!
International Seminar | Latest Technology Trends in Fish Processing: Application of Processed Fishery Products
Public Lecture | Efficiency Strategy for Making Artificial Feed to Increase Cultivation Productivity
The Independent Learning Consortium (KMB) UNDIP, UNPAD and UNHAS
Online Class COMED 2020 | Application of Numerical Models in Marine Pollution Studies
Tracer Study of Universitas Diponegoro
Sharing Session | Success Tips for Undergraduate, Postgraduate & Doctoral Studies as Researchers and Professional HR
General Lecture | Cultivation Technology and Business Prospects of Ornamental Seawater Fish and Vaname Shrimp on Household to Industrial Scale
General Lecture | Law Enforcement of Conservation of Resources and Ecosystems for the Improvement of Biodiversity and the Welfare of Coastal Communities
Towards New Global by Improving Research Capacity on Molecular Biotechnology through World Class Professor Program
Online Seminar | The Secret of Algae: Multi – Functional Ingredient for a Healthy Life
General Lecture | The Role of Institutions and Communities in Strengthening Conservation-Based Socio-Economic and Cultural Resilience in Coastal Areas
General Lecture | Diversity and Dynamics of Symbiotic Assemblages in Coral Holobiont
General Lecture | Fish Gelatin Nanoparticles: Production and Application
Online Seminar | Adaptive Management Collaboration in Conservation Areas
General Lecture | The Art of Writing and Publishing a Scientific Paper
World Class Professor Webinar | National Institute of Technology, Wakayama College, Japan
Join The Student Business Unit of FPIK UNDIP 2020!
Student Creativity Program (PKM) FPIK 2020!
Public Lecture | Winning International Scholarship and Funding
Public Lecture | How to Write International Grant Proposal and Reputable Publication
Public Lecture | Microbial Communities of Subterranean Estuaries and Their Impact to Coastal Ecology
Online Seminar | How to Write an Interesting and Best-selling Textbook
Online Seminar | Branding and Marketing of Micro and Small Scale Business: A Case in the Aquaculture and Fisheries Industry
Department of Fisheries Product Technology Held Public Lecture of “World Class University” Program
The 6th International Conference on Tropical and Coastal Region Eco-Development
Get ready for ITroSCo 2020!


Research & Dedication

The Mumaco Project

Semarang, FPIK Undip collaborate with TU Delf and  WUR to The Mumaco Project. The Mumaco Project is Mussel as Mangrove Facilitator for Coastal Defense was establish from 2021 and program end planned...

FPIK Undip and PT BPI Plant Artificial Coral Reefs and Fish Houses from Coal Waste

Semarang, FPIK Undip and PT BPI Plant Artificial Coral Reefs and Fish Houses made from Coal Waste. The activity was carried out on October 19, 2022. Hundreds of artificial coral reefs in the form of...


Semarang, FPIK Undip held an activity to empower fishermen's groups in Wonogiri district on May 25, 2022. In addition, fish seeds were also stocked. The Department of Capture Fisheries Service Team...

In order to prevent the extinction of fish species, FPIK UNDIP students intensify research in Rawa Pening

FPIK, SEMARANG – (Source: Students of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, University of Diponegoro (FPIK UNDIP) are intensifying research to prevent the risk of...

FPIK UNDIP Lecturer Invites Demak Community to Manage Plastic Waste

FPIK, SEMARANG -​ On Saturday (2/10), 10 students of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Diponegoro University (FPIK UNDIP) class 2018 - 2020, including Fathiyah, Aen, Zalza, Taqiya,...


Jaya!!! FPIK Undip Students Win Gold Medals at Tanoto Student Research Award (TSRA) 2022

Semarang- Pranata Candra Perdana Putra, a student at the Undip FPIKCatch Fishing Department won a Gold Medal at the 2022 Tanoto Student Research Award (TSRA) which was held on November 5, 2022 where...

Bravo! Rezza Octavia (FPIK Student) Again Achieves International Achievements in the 5th Islamic Solidarity Games

FPIK Undip students made another achievement. Rezza Octavia, a 2018 student from the Marine Sciences Study Program, FPIK Undip, won the International 5th Islamic Solidarity Games Archery, Ministery...

Four Marine Science Lecturers who are included in the World Top 100 Agriculture and Forestry Scientist 2022!

The Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science (FFMS)Diponegoro University wishes Congratulations and Success to the four Marine Science Lecturers who are awarded as the World Top 100 Agriculture and...

Two Great Alumni of FPIK UNDIP Teach How to Face Job Challenges

FPIK, SEMARANG - The Department of Fishery Products Technology (THP) of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Diponegoro University (FPIK UNDIP) invited two great alumni to come to the...

Diponegoro University Ranks 8th in the 34th National Student Scientific Week

​FPIK, SEMARANG - A series of activities at the 34th National Student Scientific Week (PIMNAS) in 2021 which was held from October 25 to October 29, 2021 by the Ministry of Education, Culture,...

Alumni Testimonials  :

Rheza Mahardika Wahid, S.Pi., M.Sc

Owner PT. Mahardika Sukses Sejahtera

“Scientific studies, the adaptation process and all the complexities that I went through in the MSP study program of the Department of Aquatic Resources, FPIK UNDIP gave me a high level of confidence to be able to master new things. And this is my biggest asset to achieve my life goals. Thank you FPIK UNDIP. Spirit Forward!”

Benaya M. Simeon, S.Pi., M.Si

Shark and Ray Senior Officer WCS – IP & IUCN SSC Shark Specialist Group

“Studying at the Capture Fisheries Study Program FPIK UNDIP made me know about the real conditions of capture fisheries in Indonesia, both traditional, semi-industrial and industrial fisheries. Java is the barometer of Indonesian fisheries. With the support of lecturers and family of alumni, I have had many opportunities to study and work both at the national and international levels”

Robbi Maulana Rosadi

Quality Control Manager, PT Philips Seafood Indonesia

“A lot of my knowledge and experience while studying at Fishery Products Technology UNDIP has supported my career. The knowledge that I get is very in line with my current job. Considering the potential for fisheries in Indonesia is still very wide and product innovation is needed to develop it”

Gesang Setyadi

PT Freeport Indonesia

“At PT Freeport Indonesia, there are 4 alumni from Marine Sciences UNDIP who work in the Department of Environment, including me. This shows that alumni from UNDIP Marine Sciences can be well received in multinational companies”

Hardian Sy. Prayitno

Dinas Kelautan dan Perikanan Provinsi Lampung

“I got many benefits from Fishery Products Technology UNDIP, including that I immediately became a Fishery Product Quality Instructor in Lampung Province because I have a HACCP certificate. In addition, I also have a Vaname Shrimp pond business. my career and business”

Panca Dias Purnomo

PT. Central Proteina Prima, Tbk Indonesia

“I work at PT. Central Proteina Prima, Tbk (CP. Prima), one of the largest companies in the Fisheries industry, as Head of the Division in Human Resources. Excellent quality of lecturers, complete learning and practice facilities, wide collaboration, and quality The character & knowledge of the students who are qualified make UNDIP Aquaculture alumni one of the most sought after aquaculture alumni by fishing companies in Indonesia”

Birowo Cahyo Baskoro

BRI Branch Manager

“Studying for 3 years and 9 months gave me a lot of knowledge even though my field of work was different from my knowledge when I was in college, but the provision of soft skills during college, practical work in the field and organization while studying at the Capture Fisheries Study Program FPIK UNDIP made me easy to adapt to any environment. Bravo UNDIP Capture Fisheries Study Program!”

Ardiansah Ahmad Palani

Sales Area Manager for Kalimantan region – PT Sinta Prima Feedmill

“I was the first graduate from the UNDIP Fisheries Product Technology Study Program in 2006. The knowledge and experience I gained during college were really very helpful in my work. I am determined that the knowledge that I have gained so far, I will give it to fishery actors, especially fish farmers, for the sake of advanced Indonesian fisheries and can overcome all fishery problems in Indonesia”

Lativa Lisya Maghfira, S.Pi, M.Sc

Partnership Executive – eFishery

“Lecture on Fishery Products Technology Study Program (class of 2011) made me want to learn more about food and fisheries technology. Also, there are many activities and opportunities that you can participate in while you are a student. Thanks to this provision and support, I was able to get a master’s scholarship at the University of Debrecen, Hungary and pursue a career in fisheries”

Haris Muhtadi

Marketing Director for Aquafeeds International Company

“The experience while on campus is relevant to my current job. I have to convince clients from different cultures and nationalities that my idea is worth buying”

Prof. Dr. Esti Handayani Hardi, S.Pi., M.Si

Professor of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Mulawarman University, East Kalimantan

“As an Alumni of the FPIK UNDIP Aquaculture Study Program, I not only learned about the basics of fishery science, but also learned about the attitude of independence, mental warrior, attitude intelligence and humility, which are the basic attitudes of success in society. So don’t be surprised if you graduate from the Aquaculture Study Program UNDIP is always ready to work anywhere and anytime”

Dwi Ariyogagautama

Bycatch and Sharks Conservation Coordinator, WWF Indonesia

“Don’t just be satisfied with grades on campus, multiply activities off campus by joining organizations and make yourself what companies are looking for, not you guys looking for companies”

Herda Bolly

The Friesland Campina Innovation Centre in Wageningen, the Netherlands

“When I was at UNDIP Fishery Products Technology, I not only studied fishery product processing, but also food science and technology in general. Now it is my provision to continue my master’s degree at Wageningen University, the Netherlands. It even led me to a career in food companies in the Netherlands and trusted to be the Development Manager at the Friesland Campina Company which focuses on research and product innovation”

Nestin Evrina W N

Relationship Manager Bank Mandiri

“In the banking world, there are many alumni of the UNDIP Aquaculture Study Program from various generations who work in state-owned and private banking, as well as regional banks. This shows that the competitiveness of Aquaculture Study Program graduates is very competitive in the world of work”

Medha P. Agung W, S.Pi

Fisheries Entrepreneur

“The experience while studying at the UNDIP Capture Fisheries Study Program really helped me in developing a fishery business. The knowledge studied included fish behavior, fish development and potential, fishing gear used, fish processing technology to marketing results. Knowledge from upstream to downstream already exists, it remains only to be applied by students to achieve their respective goals.”