Matchday 1

17 September 2013

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Kampus Teknologi Informasi

Di Indonesia ada banyak sekali universitas/kampus yang lebih memfokuskan diri dalam bidang IT seperti Kampus teknologi informasi, sekarang saya akan coba membahas kampus yang berada di Jakarta Selatan, tepatnya di Jl.Ciledug Raya, Petukangan Utara, Jakarta Selatan. Perguruan tinggi di Jakarta ini memiliki banyak fakultas yang salah satunya adalah Fakultas Teknologi Informasi. 

FTI Universitas Budi Luhur memiliki tujuan sebagai berikut :

  1. Menghasilkan lulusan yang cerdas dan berbudi luhur untuk menjadi anggota masyarakat yang mampu menerapkan(profesional) dan mengembangkan khasanah ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi(kemampuan akademik).
  2. Menghasilkan penelitian dan karya ilmiah yang dipublikasikan di jurnal nasional terakreditasi maupun jurnal internasional yang berputasi.
  3. menghasilkan lulusan yang mampu menyebarluaskan dan mengupayakan penggunaan ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi untuk meningkatkan taraf hidup masayarkat.
  4. Menghasilkan kegiatan kerjasama dengan institusi pemerintah maupun swasta dengan prinsip kesetaraan dalam mendukung kegiatan Tridharma Peguruan Tinggi.
Universitas Jakarta selatan ini memiliki banyak fasilitas yang dapat menunjang kegiatan selama berada di Universitas Budi Luhur ini.

Berikut beberapa fasilitas nya seperti :

  • Lab Arsitek
  • Lab Komputer
  • Gedung Kuliah
  • Gedung Pertemuan
  • Kantin
  • Lab Teknik
  • Perpustakaan
  • Ruang Theater
  • Sarana Olahraga
  • Student Lounge
  • Wi-fi Area dll.


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Sejarah Budi Luhur

Berdirinya Universitas Budi Luhur diawali dengan pendirian Yayasan Pendidikan Budi Luhur pada 1 April 1979. Kiprah Yayasan Pendidikan Budi Luhur dalam pendidikan tinggi dimulai dengan didirikannya Akademi Ilmu Komputer (AIK) pada tahun 1979, yang merupakan perguruan tinggi komputer swasta pertama di Indonesia. Sejarah pendidikan tinggi Indonesia mencatat langkah demi langkah perkembangan Akademi Ilmu Komputer sejak tahun 1979 yang layak disebut sebagai pelopor dalam pendidikan tinggi dibidang komputer di Indonesia.
Universitas Budi Luhur (UBL) adalah sebuah kampus teknologi informasi yang merupakan penggabungan dari Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Informatika dan Komputer (STMIK), Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi (STIE), Sekolah Tinggi Teknik (STT) dan Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (STISIP), diresmikan pendiriannya pada tanggal 7 Juni 2002, berdasarkan surat keputusan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia Nomor 114/D/O/2002. Universitas Budi Luhur yang merupakan suatu perwujudan karya nyata Yayasan Pendidikan Budi Luhur bagi bangsa dan negara Republik Indonesia, dirancang untuk ikut mencerdaskan anak bangsa dengan dilandasi budi pekerti yang luhur.
Universitas Budi Luhur adalah sebuah perguruan tinggi swasta yang mengemban misi dari Yayasan Pendidikan Budi Luhur, dengan berlandaskan pada motto Asah-Asih-Asuh. Universitas Budi Luhur menyelenggarakan pendidikan, mengembangkan dan menyebarluaskan serta mengabdikan ilmu pengetahuan, teknologi, kesenian dan ilmu kemanusiaan serta ilmu sosial untuk mengupayakan agar bangsa Indonesia menjadi bangsa yang cerdas dan berbudi luhur.

Akademi Ilmu Komputer Budi Luhur yang berdiri sejak 1979 merupakan cikal bakal Fakultas Teknologi Informasi Universitas Budi Luhur, pionir dalam bidang pendidikan informatika dan komputer. Mulai tahun 2000 yang merupakan tonggak masuknya milenium III, Fakultas Teknologi Informasi Universitas Budi Luhur memiliki komitmen untuk menghasilkan tenaga profesional di bidang informatika dan komputer, yang berbudi luhur, inovatif dan ber-adaptasi terhadap teknologi agar mampu bersaing di pasar global.
  • 1979 Berdiri Akademi Ilmu Komputer (AIK) di Jl. Budi Utomo No. 11 Jakarta
  • 1982 Berubah Menjadi Akademi Pengetahuan Komputer Budi Luhur
  • 1984 Pindah dari Jl. Budi Utomo Jl. Ciledug Raya 99
  • 1985 Berubah Menjadi AMIK Budi Luhur, Akademi Teknik Komputer (ATK) Budi Luhur dan Akademi Akuntansi Komputer (AAK) Budi Luhur
  • 1986 Bergabung menjadi (Sekolah Tinggi Pengetahuan Komputer) Budi Luhur
  • 1987 Berubah menjadi STMIK Budi Luhur
  • 2002 Menjadi Fakultas Teknologi Informasi
Jenjang S1 dan D3
  • Teknik Informatika (S1)
  • Sistem Informasi (S1)
  • Sistem Komputer (S1)
  • Komputerisasi Akuntansi (S1)
  • Manajemen Informatika (D3)
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Final UEFA 2012-2013

Borussia Dortmund 1-2 FC Bayern MünchenArjen Robben's 89th-minute winner took the trophy to Munich for the fifth time after Bayern's final disappointments of 2010 and 2012.

Arjen Robben's late goal dramatically ended FC Bayern München's UEFA Champions League final misery after a thrilling all-German contest against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley.

Bayern started with four players – Robben, captain Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Müller – who had endured the final defeats of 2010 and 2012, but it took a player in his first season in Munich, Mario Mandžukić,

to supply the 60th-minute breakthrough after both sides had missed a series of chances. İlkay Gündoğan's penalty swiftly levelled matters – the first goal Bayern had conceded in the competition in 432 minutes – yet it was Bayern who looked more likely to snatch a late winner. So it proved in the 89th minute as Robben wriggled through to take the trophy to Munich for the fifth time.

Bayern's starting lineup featured seven of the team who had begun last year's final defeat by Chelsea FC but, amid a rousing atmosphere, it was Dortmund's final novices who settled quicker. Manuel Neuer was the first goalkeeper called into action, tipping over a curling Robert Lewandowski shot from 25 metres, then reacting smartly to keep out Jakub Błaszczykowski's low first-time effort after the Dortmund midfielder had met a Marco Reus cross at the near post.
Reus himself was next to test the Bayern No1, who was equal to both that and a curling Sven Bender attempt, but then, almost without warning, Bayern came close to snatching the lead. Mandžukić rose above Bender to connect with Franck Ribéry's perfect left-wing centre and Roman Weidenfeller tipped the header over. From the corner there was another Bayern opening, Javi Martínez nodding onto the roof of the net.
The game had started at breakneck speed and there was no let-up as play swung from end to end in the blink of an eye, with opportunities coming thick and fast. Around the half-hour both sides had a one-on-one, yet neither could capitalise as the two keepers expertly narrowed the angle; first Weidenfeller advanced to repel Robben, before Lewandowski was again thwarted by Neuer's legs. With half-time fast approaching, the ball fell between Mats Hummels and Robben and broke kindly for the Bayern man; again Weidenfeller was well positioned to make the save at close range, albeit with his face.
The half-time interval did not serve to break the rhythm of the match, which picked up in exactly the same breathless manner following the resumption. Chances proved rarer, however – until Bayern struck on the hour. Robben and Ribéry were the architects, swapping passes down the left and the Dutchman's low cross presented Mandžukić with a tap-in.

For a moment Dortmund were rocking, yet they regrouped and were level within eight minutes. Dante felled Reus in the area; Gündoğan held his nerve to send Neuer the wrong way from the spot. Dortmund poured forward, and so nearly paid the price on the counterattack as Müller rounded Weidenfeller and slid the ball across goal; with Robben racing in to apply the decisive touch, Neven Subotić dived in to clear off the line. Mandžukić then shot into the side netting after Müller sprang the Dortmund offside trap once more, and Weidenfeller kept out a Schweinsteiger effort.

Bayern would not be denied, however. Ribéry controlled a high ball into the box and flicked it into Robben's path; the No10 evaded two defenders and pushed a shot past Weidenfeller. Bayern's fans had unfurled a banner pre-match bearing the legend 'Und heute ist weider ein guter tag' (And yet again it's a good day) – and finally, for their favourites, it was.

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FC bayern Munchen vs FC Barcelona

FC Bayern München 4-0 FC Barcelona
Thomas Müller scored twice as Bayern recorded the biggest victory in a UEFA Champions League semi-final game and closed in on a third final in four years.

FC Bayern München made giant strides towards a third UEFA Champions League final in four seasons with a memorable semi-final first-leg triumph against FC Barcelona.
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The Bundesliga champions' record-breaking campaign reached fresh heights as Thomas Müller started and finished the scoring on a famous night in Munich. Mario Gomez and Arjen Robben added further goals to secure a landmark victory which inflicted a heaviest European away defeat on Barcelona and left the four-time trophy winners with a mountain to climb in next Wednesday's Camp Nou return.

After stepping out to a magnificently choreographed red-and-white display which spanned the entire arena, Bayern harnessed the home support and began powerfully, driving forward and creating the game's first opportunity just two minutes in. Javi Martínez's back-heel gave Robben time to set himself in the box only for the Dutchman to poke straight at Víctor Valdés.

Once the early advances subsided, Barcelona started to dominate possession and their incessant pressing forced Bayern to move the ball quickly out of defence. Though used to controlling matches, playing on the counterattack nevertheless seemed to suit the hosts, who looked dangerous on either flank and broke the deadlock in the 25th minute when Dante nodded Robben's cross back for Müller to head past Valdés at the near post.
Barça came close to equalising when Pedro Rodríguez's low cross was taken off the toes of the returning Lionel Messi in the centre by Dante, but otherwise Bayern continued to enjoy the upper hand, winning the duels in the middle and raiding with purpose.
The visitors regained their composure towards the interval, but were undone once more four minutes after it, as Bayern doubled their tally. Müller was again involved, heading Robben's corner into the danger zone for Gomez, deputising for the suspended Mario Mandžukić, to tap in. It was the perfect tonic for any home fans fearful of a Barcelona revival and inspired a flurry of further chances.
First Müller dragged past the post after a diagonal run. Franck Ribéry was then unable to apply the finish after being fed by Robben, who next rose above Alexis Sánchez to glance Bastian Schweinsteiger's free-kick wide.

The ball remained Blaugrana property for the most part, yet for all the intricate passing of Messi, Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta, Bayern always had a body in the way. Marc Bartra might have pulled one back from close range, but Neuer made the save and the Bavarians' back line would not be threatened again.

Instead, Barcelona were caught out twice more before the end. Robben notched Bayern's third after a swift counterattack, drifting in from the right and slotting into the far corner, before Müller tapped in the fourth with eight minutes remaining. It signalled Barça's biggest defeat since May 2007 and reversed Bayern's 4-0 quarter-final loss at Camp Nou in 2009 – and, most crucially, took the German champions to the brink of a second successive final.
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Second Leg Sixteen Round In UEFA

Second Leg Round of Sixteen Club
Dortmund 3 - 0 Shaktar
Dortmund : Felipe Santana 31' , Gotze 37' ,Blaszczykowski 59'
Shaktar : -

Manchester United 1 - 2 Madrid
Manchester United : Ramos 48' (o.g)
Madrid : Modric 66' , Ronaldo 69'
Juventus 2 - 0 Celtic
Juventus : Matri 24' , Quagliarella 65'
Celtic : -

PSG 1 - 1 Valencia
PSG : Lavezzi 66'
Valencia : Jonas 55'
Schalke 2 - 3 Galatasary
Schalke : Neustadter 17' , Bastos 63'
Galatasary : Hamit Altintop 37' , Burak Yilmaz 42' , Umut Bulut 90+5'

Barcelona 4 - 0 AC Milan 

Barcelona : Messi 5' 40' , Villa 55' , Jordi Alba 90+2'
AC Milan : -
Munchen 0 - 2 Arsenal
Munchen : -
Arsenal : Giroud 3' , Koscielny 86'

Malaga 2 - 0 Porto
Malaga : Isco 43' , Santa Cruz 77'
Porto : -
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Bayern Munchen win in Allianz Arena

FC Bayern München 2-0 Juventus
Goals from David Alaba, after 25 seconds, and Thomas Müller ended Juve's 18-match European unbeaten run and put Bayern in charge of the tie.

FC Bayern München are in pole position to reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the third time in four seasons after ending Juventus's 18-match unbeaten run in Europe.
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David Alaba struck after just 25.02 seconds – the seventh-fastest goal in UEFA Champions League history – to put the Bundesliga leaders in front but it was their Serie A counterparts who went on to enjoy the better of the early exchanges until Bayern eventually wrested control. The Bavarian club rarely looked like relinquishing their advantage subsequently and, after Thomas Müller tapped in his fifth goal of this term's competition three minutes past the hour, they will head to Turin for next week's quarter-final return leg full of confidence.

Bayern could hardly have wished for a better start as Alaba opened the scoring with the game's first attack, firing beyond Gianluigi Buffon from distance via a deflection off Arturo Vidal. It was the first UEFA Champions League goal Juve had conceded in 490 minutes yet the visitors remained composed and their five-man midfield initially did well to stretch the hosts. Andrea Pirlo shaved the crossbar with a dipping free-kick, with Vidal driving another effort narrowly wide.
However, an injury to Bayern's Toni Kroos meant an early introduction for Arjen Robben, brimming with belief after scoring twice in Saturday's 9-2 thrashing of Hamburger SV in the Bundesliga, and the substitute soon helped Bayern onto the front foot. He was unfortunate to see his first strike on target repelled by Buffon after a poor clearance from Andrea Barzagli, but then might have done better from Müller's pull-back, side-footing wide at the near post.

Indeed, with Franck Ribéry and Bastian Schweinsteiger also threatening, Jupp Heynckes' side might well have wondered how they were not further ahead at the interval, even after Leonardo Bonucci glanced just over from a corner on the stroke of half-time. Bayern again set the tempo after the restart, though the slenderness of their lead made for a less than comfortable atmosphere among the home fans.

That all changed on 63 minutes as Müller doubled Bayern's advantage, touching in Mario Mandžukić's unselfish square pass after the Croatian was first to pounce on a parried Luiz Gustavo shot. Vidal called Manuel Neuer into a pair of saves as Juventus sought a quick response, but their prowess faded in the latter stages and they were ultimately fortunate that Müller failed to further increase Bayern's aggregate cushion at the last. Having suffered their first European defeat in more than three years, Antonio Conte's team have it all to do in the return next Wednesday.

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