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Dr. Isroil Samihardjo

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Dr. Isroil Samihardjo retired from civil service in 2020 after working for 35 years as a government employee to the Government of Indonesia. Over the course of his tenure, he focused primarily on disarmament, and began his career as a researcher at the Ministry of Defence in 1985.  In 2006, Dr. Samihardjo was promoted to be the Head of CBRN Directorate of Indonesian State Intelligence Agency, a position that he held until 2013 when he was offered the position of the Vice Rector of Indonesian State College for Intelligence Studies, where he continues to lecture. The active involvement in disarmament affairs has opened the opportunity to participate in several United Nations conferences and international meetings since 1991 either as a member and as the head of Indonesian delegation for several meetings and delivering several speeches for international seminars and workshops.

Dr. Samihardjo obtained a bachelor’s degree in 1984 from the University of Jenderal Soedirman (Universitas Jenderal Soedirman) in Purwokerto (Central Java), majoring in environmental biology. He later obtained a Master of Defence Studies (MDefStud) degree  in 2003 from the University of New South Wales (in cooperation with Australian Defence Force Academy) at Canberra, and subsequently a doctoral degree from Jakarta State University (Universitas Negeri Jakarta) majoring in human resources management.
Dr. Samihardjo has participated in numerous seminars and workshops including the Regional Workshop on BWC at the Asia Pacific Center for Military Law in Melbourne, Australia (February 2005), the Workshop on ASEAN Biothreat Reduction at the Rangsit University in Thailand (December 2007), the Workshop on Biotechnology Research, Development and Innovation (held by the Arab Science and Technology Foundation) in Amman, Jordan (March 2008), and the Fifth World Congress on Chemical, Biological and Radiological Terrorism, in Dubrovnik, Croatia (April 2009), among others. 

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