Jun 08, 2024

Timedoor Academy Tech Festival 2024 Finalists Announcement

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Timedoor Academy Tech Festival Coding Competition and Exhibition 2024 is an event aimed at providing a platform for all Timedoor Academy students to showcase various projects they have created, ranging from games and websites to applications. The preliminary round was participated by over 200++ participants from all over Indonesia. From these participants, an elimination stage was conducted to select 31 chosen participants for the Exhibition Round, which will be held offline at Millennium Mall Jakarta on Sunday, June 23, 2024.

Today, we announce the 31 participants selected to participate in the Exhibition Round at Millennium Mall Jakarta from all categories. The list of participants who made it to the Exhibition Round can be seen below.

Exhibition Finalist

GAME WITH KODU
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Albert Liandra Kurniawan Timedoor Academy Cengkareng
Ida Bagus Oka Janaka Timedoor Academy Renon
Jeremy Dominic Liong Timedoor Academy Cengkareng
Jethro Buniardi Timedoor Academy Harapan Indah Bekasi
Muhammad Ghaisan Abgari Timedoor Academy Gading Serpong
GAME WITH SCRATCH 3
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Anak Agung Gde Axel Mahendra Timedoor Academy Online ID
Anja Ruci Berlian Timedoor Academy Online ID
Darrel Arana Irwanto Timedoor Academy Cikarang
Emilie Kierra Rinaldy Timedoor Academy Kelapa Gading
I Putu Theodore Wira Pradana Timedoor Academy Jimbaran
GAME WITH CONSTRUCT 3
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Gabriel Veriano Timedoor Academy Cikarang
Glenys Salsabila Kyeshi Parlina Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
Michael Mahardika Wijaya Timedoor Academy Online ID
Putu Dimas Graha Wardhana Timedoor Academy Renon
Yehezkiel Kennard Alvaro La Beneamata Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
GAME WITH ROBLOX
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Clairine Elise Lei Timedoor Academy Online ID
Julio Miguel Setiawan Timedoor Academy Cikarang
Keigan Noel Hamdany Timedoor Academy Online ID
Peter Luciano Kencana Timedoor Academy Gading Serpong
Ryan Kenzie Tanady Timedoor Academy Cengkareng
GAME WITH PHASER 3
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Demas Firjatulloh Janitro Timedoor Academy Online ID
I Gede Raditya Ananda Putra Timedoor Academy Renon
I Kadek Arya Raditya Timedoor Academy Renon
Made Anantawijaya Giriwidya Hantana Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
Ni Putu Bela Septiandita Rustama Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
WEBSITE
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Ardhani Prayata Akmal Timedoor Academy Online ID
I Putu Mahendra Arya Valentino Timedoor Academy Renon
Komang Ayu Arista Dewi Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
Matthew Vito Santoso Timedoor Academy Online ID
Ngakan Putu Satria Dewangga Timedoor Academy Gatsu Barat Bali
MOBILE APPS
STUDENT’S NAME BRANCH
Shavonne Miguel Halim Timedoor Academy Online ID

The 31 selected participants and their parents are expected to attend the online Technical Meeting for the Exhibition. The details are as follows:

Day/Date: Saturday, June 15, 2023
Time: 3:00 PM WIB / 4:00 PM WITA
Place: Online
Meeting ID: 839 547 7948
Passcode: 12345

Link : https://bit.ly/zoomEgypt

Participants and parents are also advised to review the exhibition round information in the Guidebook. You can download the Guidebook here: Download Guidebook.

 

Special Recognition

We also want to recognize the other 10 most creative projects (Phaser only 5), which will receive a medal. These medals will be sent to the recipients’ addresses as a token of our appreciation for their outstanding work.

Game with Kodu:

  • Arga Riviandra Zamara – Houbii Bogor
  • Firdhah Atiqah – Harapan Indah Bekasi
  • Gavin Immanuel Hosada – Bandung
  • Gede Kaivan Azkaradipta Manumesha Mataram – Renon Bali
  • Hanif Abhicandra Zafran – Gayungan Surabaya
  • Ida Bagus Bumi Prana – Renon Bali
  • Komang Cakradev – Renon Bali
  • Marc Daryl Mahadana – Houbii Bogor
  • Muhammad Malvino Putera Mulia – Gading Serpong
  • Skye Ansel Chen – Cengkareng

Game with Scratch 3:

  • Anindya Filia Susanto – Houbii Bogor
  • Azka Virendra Darmawan – Houbii Bogor
  • Gandewa Arjuna Gelar – Online ID
  • Levin Elnathan – Harapan Indah Bekasi
  • Maverick Archer Yeriel – Kelapa Gading
  • Mikhayla Leandra Krisbayu – Online ID
  • Owen Hiroshi Lie – Batam
  • Quinza Haziqah – Online ID
  • Theodorus Giovanni Daniswara – Gayungan Surabaya
  • Yehuda Matthew Muradsanobar Sihaloho – Cikarang

Game with Construct 3:

  • Cut Zara Tashanita – Online ID
  • I Gede Reva Awidya Kayana – Karangasem Bali
  • I Nyoman Aditya Basudeva Mahaputra – Gatsu Barat Bali
  • I Putu Aryasatya Mahendra Mahaputra – Renon Bali
  • I Putu Raditya Hendra Saputra – Karangasem Bali
  • Jonathan Isaac Santoso – Citraland Surabaya
  • Mas Maulana Ubaydillah Mukhayan – Renon Bali
  • Muhammad Fadhil – Kelapa Gading
  • Muhammad Laa Rayba Fiihi – Online ID
  • Ryan Alvaro Emmyson – Cengkareng

 Game with Roblox:

  • Altair Harry Janssena – Online ID
  • Arinathan Martuah Saragih – Online ID
  • Ida Bagus Agung Janar Wibawa – Renon Bali
  • Jillian Davyne Suyono – Online ID
  • Khalil Ezra Allegradana – Online ID
  • Muhammad Al Fatih – Online ID
  • Reflita Marsha Setiawan – Cikarang
  • Reigaara Endea Yustisia – Kelapa Gading
  • Rizky Arkananta Mahardika – Cengkareng
  • Zineddin Alkhawarizmi – Houbii Bogor

Game with Phaser:

  • Felix Mahendra Putra Bangun – Cikarang
  • Hanif Fausta Syafif – Online ID
  • I Gusti Ngurah Prama Wedanta – Tabanan Bali
  • Ida Bagus Pradnyana Wedhanta – Renon Bali
  • Richard Christopher Bono – Renon Bali

Website:

  • Bonaventura Silitonga – Online ID
  • Breza Artha Medico – Online ID
  • Darren Clementius Leonard – Kelapa Gading
  • Daven Bryan Suyono – Online ID
  • Erland Pramana – Houbii Bogor
  • Gede Divka Bramanta Devadatta Putra – Renon Bali
  • Kadek Pramana Kenzo Widia Poetra – Renon Bali
  • Made Calysta Maheswari – Online ID
  • Muhammad Ihsan Nadhif – Kelapa Gading
  • Regina Joan Medea Jati Laksono – Online ID

We thank all the students, parents, and mentors for their hard work and dedication. Let’s make the Timedoor Academy Tech Festival Coding Competition and Exhibition 2024 a memorable and inspiring experience for everyone involved!

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