Belfrit Victor Batlajery
Postgraduate research student
I started my undergraduate in Technic Informatics back in Indonesia, which entitled me with Bachelor of Engineering. The program equipped me with work professionalism, community life, scientific competence, professional conduct, and personal development. Finishing with my bachelor, I developed my skill as a web developer before joined as an assistant lecturer in one of the universities in Indonesia.
Later, I was awarded a scholarship for my Master degree at Utrecht University in The Netherlands. The program is titled Master of Business Informatics (MBI), and I finished it in 2013. The Netherlands, I learned many things that broaden my experience and knowledge in IT-Business alignment. The technical knowledge that I've learned in my Bachelor degree (Technic Informatics) in combines with my Master degree in Business Informatics. This helps me see clearly how IT can benefit business.
These days I am a postgraduate student at the University of Southampton. My work focuses in Information Provenance, particularly in Food domain. The final aim of my research is how can we achieve due diligent in food safety given food provenance and risk model. THis research has been running for 22 months with several contributions that benefit food industry. Finally, I'm also improving my teaching skill by taking a part in some demonstrations, such as COMP1204 Data Management, PHYS2022 Physics from Evidence I, and COMP1056 Web Design. In addition, I was a mentor for 8 Data Science students in 2016-2017.