Dr. Muhammad Daud Nurdin is a lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Malikussaleh University. The first appearance when he saw it was very humble and simple. David has pioneered a career as a teaching staff since the beginning of Unimal.

His story began when he joined Unimal in early 2002. At that time he was taking a bachelor’s degree at the Electrical Engineering Study Program at the University of North Sumatra (USU) in 2001. After he was finished he was appointed to the campus which was recently neglected by President Megawati at that time.

After two years serving Unimal as a lecturer, he moved on to study Science at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). During his two years there he completed his Masters (S2) education in 2006. After a year of being back at the Unimal campus, he continued his doctoral education which began in 2007 and was completed in 2012.

After that he returned to campus and did various dedication activities in the structural ranks. In 2015, under the leadership of the Dean of Engineering, Herman Fithra, he again received the mandate to become chairman of the Quality Assurance Unit at the Technical Faculty and to run for one year ending in 2016.

Since 2016, it has become an important way of service which is rarely known by the Unimal academic community. He was given the task to work in a work team (task force) to report data on research and community service work carried out by lecturers. So far, research and service work carried out by lecturers does not have a good pattern of documentation, so it does not have an impact on improving accreditation on campus. He began to publish scientific data and lecturer research that was included in the system reporting of the Director General of Research and Technology.

Every year, Ristekdikti reports on campus rankings in Indonesia, one of which is a research report that is an important policy for the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia to determine the level of coaching including the allocation of funds for universities including Unimal.

“In 2018 Unimal was ranked 79th out of all universities in Indonesia. “Over the past two years many research results have been collected, even published up to 200 journals per year both nationally and internationally,” said the figure who is also good at dancing Seudati in the Public Relations and External Relations UPT room, Jalan Irian, Kompleks Unimal, Bukit Indah, Lhokseumawe.

Muhammad Daud himself hoped that in the future Unimal would be able to compete with other larger universities. He hopes that there will be basic quality improvements to get a better ranking.

Currently “Sheikh” David is the Manager of the Renewable Energy Engineering Postgraduate Program in Unimal. He became one of the key figures in the birth of the master program. His experience in proposing this study program was not the first time for him. Previously, in 2003 he also gave birth to the birth of the Unimal Informatics Engineering Study Program. He is also known as a good journalist. He also quite often publishes in journals, most recently in the International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol. 7 No. 9 of 2018); a journal indexed by Scopus.

He did as written in the poet of the United States poet Robert Frost, The Road Not Taken, the Way that is rarely traveled. The path is directly connected to the value of service in order to improve the quality and image of the campus now and later.


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