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Risvan Dirza, was born on August 16,  1987 in Binjai, North Sumatera, Indonesia. Dirza is not his family name. Originally, both of his parents came from Minang tribes. A moslem but not a terrorist. To be honest, he has clan name : Selayan, but it is not written formally. An Indonesian but not a coruptor. He is just a normal citizens of the world who loves to see the world’s smile =).

Currently, he is part of project department in PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North West Java (PHE-ONWJ). Meanwhile, he has been struggling in Procurement Business (Sodium Sulphate etc), Property, Indonesian Batiks Production and Distribution (nationwide and worldwide) called Mabroer International and several early e-commerce businesses for about one and half year.

Previously, he was working for Rocket Internet International in market expansion mission in South East Asia Region, specifically Zalora Indonesia as Business Development Manager then founded Supply Chain Management Solution Department where he took part as the manager. He served Rocket for around one year.

In the beginning of his career, he was working at a “you’re-not-allowed-to-publish-the-name-due-to-unsecure-outsider-attack-company” as Instrumentation and Control Engineer (I&C Engineer). It operates in Oil and Gas sector.

He was Participating in YSEP (Young Scientist Exchange Program) conducted by Tokyo Institute of  Technology and work on research. Being part of Fujita Laboratory (Control and System Laboratory). His research topic is including Coverage Control, Cooperative Control, Distributed Control and Energy Balancing in specific configuration.

At the same time his status was a student of electrical engineering department, in School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). Indonesia. Plan of Study : Control Engineering. [Attended 2006].

Back from Japan, He joined Autonomous Vehicles Research Group (AVRG) in Electrical Engineering Department to finish his final project and conducting several independent researches related to his research interest plus  developing some image processing algorithms.

In February 2011, he start working as I&C Engineer in a O&G Company. Later, In April  9th, 2011, He received his Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering (focus on Control Engineering) with honours.

Basically, He has interest in control system, management and industrial engineering, human psychology and investing.

Having a lot of passion in many field, but less likely conveyed (since deciding to focus on his study-2006) such classical guitar, sketch, photography, poetry, traveling, and trying something new.

His childhoold was spent in Medan and Binjai. Pertiwi Kindergarten (Medan) was his first formal education. Finishing his elementary school in SDN 020257 Binjai. Eventhough, practically he had gone to various elementary school such as SD Pertiwi 3 Padang, SD Unggulan Kota Binjai,  and SDN (forgot the name) Medan. Junior High School and Senior High School in sequence are SLTPN 1 Binjai dan SMAN 1 Binjai. He was participating AFS (American Field Service) Bina Antar Budaya Program to experience Holland for one year. Being a student of Edison College and RSG Slingerbos in The Netherland. He stayed in Franks Lammerts van Beuren and Yvonne Eller family.

Well..that’s all, you’ll know more about me by reading my blog,,,

Regards,

Risvan Dirza

ris_frans87@yahoo.com

risvan.dirza@gmail.com

  1. April 24, 2010 at 11:01 pm

    Salam kenal! ^__^🙂
    Numpang meninggalkan jejak di sini ya…😀

  2. Sina Hamzeh
    June 27, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    your statements:
    “A moslem but not a terrorist.
    An Indonesian but not a coruptor. He is just a normal citizens of the world who loves to see the world’s smile =).”
    indicate you are apologizing for what you are, a Muslim Indonesian. You can be & you may deserve it. But neither Muslims are terrorists, nor Indonesians are corrupt. DO NOT EQUATE THESE NEGATIVE TERMS WITH NATIONS & RELIGIONS OF GOD.
    find some other excuses for what you are.

    • June 28, 2010 at 4:48 am

      Thank you for your comment and advice.

      I’m sorry if those statements may give negative perspective or meaning.
      I actually made a statement to explain to the readers that not all Muslims or Indonesians are identical to those negative terms. Because, at least, there is one person (whom is Indonesian Muslim) who do not practice terrorism or corruption.

      I don’t want to ban those who do corruption to recognize themselves as Indonesian or those who do terrorism to recognize themselves as Muslims. Those are their rights to define themselves.

  3. May 30, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    Give a man a match, and he’ll be warm for a minute, but set him on fire, and he’ll be warm for the rest of his life.

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