This conference was organized by the STIKEP PPNI Jawa Barat and the National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan. Digital technology has become a trend and many traditional medical devices are gradually moving towards it. Since medical devices are closely life-related, the credibility is particularly important. When we combine medicine and technology, there are surely some unknown risks and problems that must be overcome. This conference aims to bring together all stakeholders from the Asia Pacific region to share their research results. The 2019 ICHT provides a much needed scientific platform that focuses on development issues and needs in the Asia and Pacific region. Research and clinicians will have the opportunity to present and discuss the latest development, increase the publication, and build on collaboration or networking. The speaker come from different country, such as Dr. Hang Joo Cho from Korea, Dr. Samarth Mittal from India, Prof. Koshy Philip from Malaysia, and Prof. Uman Suherman, Dr. Tutik Sri Hariyanti, Dr. Henny Suzana Mediani, Dr. Taryudi, Dr. Sugiharto, and Dr. Linlin Lindayani from Indonesia.
Conference topics: Nursing leadership and management, medical and surgical nursing, maternal and child health, critical care, mental health nursing, and community health nursing
Conference dates: 18–19 July 2019
Location: Grand Tjokro Hotel, Bandung
Chief Academic Editor: Linlin Lindayani
Organizer: STIKep PPNI Jawa Barat and National Cheng Kung University Hospital
Published: 9 October 2019
The Faculty of Medicine of Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) has a strong commitment to health, technology and life sciences research. UNS aspires to grow continuously and being part of the solution of various national health problems. One of the efforts for solving health problems is that the organization of the International Conference on Health, Technology and Life Sciences (ICO-HELICS) with special emphasis on medical technology and life sciences for the advancement of human health.
The rapid advancement of technology and sciences is now transforming research in health. Artificial intelligence together with genomics and biomarker discoveries are providing promising avenues to deliver truly individualized therapies. It is this dynamics convergence of technological advances and their potential that had been the subjects of the talks given at the 1st ICO-HELICS. The first ICO-HELICS has brought together researchers, clinicians, and students to share their experiences, ideas, and findings and to discuss recent updates and practical challenges related to human health. The conference attendees also had an opportunity to develop a strong relationship and networks amongst each other, particularly those sharing the same research interests.
The 1st ICO-HELICS was held in Solo Baru, Indonesia on 17–18 October 2018. About 200 participants and 8 keynote speakers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Sweden, and the USA joined the event; 86 articles and 4 posters were presented by the conference participants, and 40 papers were selected to be published in the present conference proceedings.
Sub-topics of Physics and Materials Science: Biomaterials, Biophysics, Medical physics, Nanomedicine
Sub-topics of Medical Technology: Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Drug and vaccine discovery, Health informatics, Medical internet, Translational research
Sub-topics of Life Sciences: Biodiversity, Biomedical science, Ecology, Immunology, Microbiology, Infectious diseases, Molecular biology, Neuroscience
Other fields of study related to the advancement and innovations in Medical Science: Health education, Psychology, Women and children health, Public health, Non-communicable diseases
Conference dates: 17–18 October 2018
Location: Best Western Premier Hotel, Solo Baru, Central Java, Indonesia
Editors: Tri Nugraha Susilawati, Widana Primaningtyas, Nur Arifah Drajati, and Ellisa Indriyani Putri Handayani
Sponsors: Kairos Jaya Sejahtera, Elo Karsa Utama, Sciencewerke, Kromtekindo Utama, Gestrindo, PT Teja Sinar Mas, Oriflame, Mahadewi Batik Indonesia, and Universitas Lambung Mangkurat
Organizer: Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS)
Published: 25 March 2019
Healthcare delivery is developing continually through the dissemination of health-related research results. The complexity of health problems needs solutions by conducting research. The lecturers at each university in Indonesia should follow “tridarma perguruan tinggi” (the basic principles to run the higher education process from the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education which consists of teaching, research, and community service). The result of the research should be published in national and international journals or conferences.
Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan (STIKes) Payung Negeri Pekanbaru is one of the private health schools in Riau Province. As the oldest health school in Riau, STIKes Payung Negeri Pekanbaru has already conducted several health conferences and seminars. However, an International scale conference is still seldom and not common in Riau Province. We need to initiate the first international health conference in Riau Province. The low numbers of health-related research publication in Riau Province is the motivating factor for us to conduct this health conference with theme: “The innovation of Science and Technology in Healthcare Delivery.”
The 1st Payung Negeri International Health Conference (PANIHC) 2018 is the first bi-annual event that covered health themes such as nursing, medical science, midwifery, and public health. The participants of this conference were healthcare practitioners (nurses, physicians, midwifes), healthcare lectures, and healthcare researchers. The conference was held on 25–26 October 2018 at Mutiara Merdeka Hotel, Pekanbaru, Indonesia. There were 55 participants in the conference and more than 700 participants in the seminars by the keynote speakers.
The keynote speakers came from Japan, Australia, and Indonesia. They are experts in their field. Hiromi Ogasawara, PhD, who is a nursing practitioner from Japan, talked about the qualitative research to improve the assessment skills of the nurses. Professor Valerie Wilson from the University of Wollongong Australia delivered the innovation of science and technology in nursing practice. Anis Fuad, S.Ked, DEA from Universitas Gadjah Mada talked about the development of e-Health in Indonesia. Rully Hevriani, a Young Midwife Leader, spoke about the influence of culture in health sciences. The conference participants presented their papers through oral or poster presentations. Numerous important and interesting health researches came up during the conference session such as HIV, heart disease, diabetes mellitus, etc.
Conference dates: 25–26 October 2018
Location: Mutiara Merdeka Hotel, Pekanbaru, Riau Province, Indonesia
Editors: Ns. Stephanie Dwi Guna, M.Nurse; Kursiah Warti Ningsih, M.Kes; Ns. Dendy Kharisna, M.Kep; Ns. Yeni Devita, M.Kep
Organizer: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Payung Negeri Pekanbaru (Payung Negeri Pekanbaru Health School)
Published: 12 March 2019
It is the Universitas Gadjah Mada’s commitment to continue to strengthen the dissemination and to facilitate discussion on research. For this, Badan Penerbit dan Publikasi (BPP) Universitas Gadjah Mada organized UGM Annual Scientific Conference (UASC) which accommodate scientific meetings in life sciences and social sciences. The UASC Life Sciences 2016 series consisted of the 1st International Conference of Tropical Agriculture (ICTA) and the 1st International Conference on Health Sciences (ICHS). The 1st ICTA was held on 25–26 October 2016 while the 1st ICHS on 28–29 October 2016.
The theme of the 1st ICTA was integrated and Sustainable Tropical Agriculture and the conference covered broad topics spanning from agriculture, animal production and health, forestry, fisheries, and postharvest technology. In the conference, several internationally recognized experts on agriculture (Indonesia, Japan, Australia, German, Netherland, Bangladesh, and Sudan) joined to enrich the discussion which was directed and emphasized on how the resources in the tropical areas can be integrated to produce food in supporting the world food security. The 1st ICHS theme was on non -communicable diseases, and it aimed at supporting the regional growth of biomedical, Techno-med development, and the establishment of pharmaceutical and medical supporting equipment. More importantly, it ensures that patients and health systems in Indonesia have timely access to good, safe, rational, and effective medicine. The conference speakers came from Japan, Austria, Hong Kong, Australia, and Indonesia.
The current proceedings comprise written contributions of many of selected papers on the 1st ICHS (pp. 1–121) and the 1st ICTA (pp. 122–341). Each paper has been reviewed by at least two reviewers, experts in the corresponding field of study. KnE Life Sciences, Volume 2019 has been edited by professional editors from five countries: India, Indonesia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Sweden. Scientiﬁc & Editorial Board, the UGM Annual Scientific Conference Life Sciences—2016 hope that these papers will be beneficial for the development of life science in general and agriculture as well as health science in particular.
ICHS 2016: 28–29 October 2016
ICTA 2016: 25–26 October 2016
ICHS 2016: Royal Ambarrukmo Hotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
ICTA 2016: Eastparc Hotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Editors: Roy Hendroko Setyobudi, IDN; Juris Burlakovs, SWD; Olga Anne, LTU; Peeyush Soni, IND; Zane Vincevica-Gaile, LVA
Organizers: Badan Penerbit dan Publikasi, Universitas Gadjah Mada
Published: 10 March 2019
Public Health Perspective of Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Region
The International Meeting of Public Health (IMOPH) is an international conference that was originally held as an expression of ASEAN public health students in implementing the ‘Tri Dharma’ Pillars, especially in research. The participants are expected to exchange information and add insight and maturity of scientific thinking at the forum. This international conference is also a means to establish cooperation among researchers, especially those who come from abroad. The IMOPH was first implemented on 31 October 2015 and 1 November 2015 in Indonesia with participants from five countries comprising undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, and practitioners. The 1st IMOPH resulted in a commitment by the participants to organize it every year with Indonesia being its initiator from year 1 to year 3. Therefore, “The 2nd International Meeting of Public Health 2016” was organized with the theme “Public Health Perspective of Sustainable Development Goals: The Challenges and Opportunities in Asia-Pacific Region,” and attempts have been made to expand the conference region from ASEAN to ASIA-PACIFIC.
The objectives of this meeting were to: (1) act as a forum for exchange of public health information and research that can be formulated as the solution for global public health concern; (2) be a bridge to gather ASIA-PACIFIC academicians, practitioner, and students of Public Health; (3) motivate and facilitate the student who are currently conducting research in public health; (4) provide an opportunity for publishing public health research result; (5) make a statement regarding the sustainability of IMOPH activities in Asia-Pacific region, and (6) establish an International Public Health Student Association.
This proceeding underlines the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Public Health perspective, particularly in the Asia-Pacific Region. The issues of SDGs include poverty, food security, improved nutrition, healthy lives, and promoting well-being, community empowerment, and global partnership, occupational health and public safety, availability and sustainability of clean water and sanitation, disasters, forest fire and health impact, climate change and health adaptation, and health issues in coastal, island and marine regions. This book accommodates knowledge-sharing and best practices from scientist, academicians, researchers, public health professionals, health educators, medical professionals, health official, NGO workers, policy-makers, students, and others professionals in public health in the Asia-Pacific Region which will lead to further discussion of the challenges and opportunities to enhance SDGs in their own country. Moreover, the prospect readers of this book are scientist, academicians, researchers, public health professionals, health educators, medical professionals, health officials, NGO workers, policy-makers, students, and other professionals in public health who want to know about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Public Health perspective, particularly in the Asia-Pacific Region. The advantages of this proceeding are providing the latest information for the readers and institutions, including all their network.
Conference date: 19–20 November 2016
Location: Rumpun Ilmu Kesehatan, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Editors: Prof. Endang Laksminingsih (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Dr. Bambang Wispriyono (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Prof. Wah Yun Low (Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya), Dr. Doni Hikmat Ramdhan (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Dr. Dewi Susanna (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia)
Sponsors: Directorate of Research and Community Engagement, Universitas Indonesia; Indonesia One Health University Network (INDOHUN); Kesmas: National Public Health Journal; Ikatan Senat Mahasiswa Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia (ISMKMI); CANO, Digital Copy and Printing, Depok, Indonesia; and Pandawa, Copy Center – Digital and Offset Printing, Depok, Indonesia
Organizers: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia and Himpunan Mahasiswa Pascasarjana (FMP), Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
Published: 7 March 2019
In 2015, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) came to the end of their term, and a post-2015 agenda, comprising 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 169 targets, took their place. The 17 goals of the SDGs integrate all three dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social, and environmental) around the themes of people, planet, prosperity, peace, and partnership to be completed between 2016 and 2030.
Those 17 goals also offer a broader framework to address public health concerns in a more holistic way, recognizing the evidence that we can no longer separate poor health from climate change, inadequate housing, gender disparities, and economic privation. Every one of the 17 SDGs has significant public health implications.
Public health irrefutably has a central place in SDGs since it mentions strong commitments to reduce preventable maternal and child deaths, end the epidemics of communicable and non-communicable disease, strengthen health systems capacity and achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) as well as several targets under the other goals that are also directly or indirectly linked to the health goal.
The Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia as the leading public health institution in Indonesia understands the importance of public health’s role in achieving SDGs. At the very basic, the involvement of FPH UI was started by building awareness of SDGs amongst its students in forms of academic and non-academic activities.
To accelerate with SDGs’ achievement, the students need an experience where experts from all around the world share their knowledge and research as well as build a professional network and youth involvement. To address this need, FPH UI has conducted annual International Meeting on Public Health (IMOPH) since 2015, initiated by the Postgraduate Student Association. In 2017, the 3rd International Meeting of Public Health (IMOPH) was held in conjunction with the 1st Young Scholar Symposium on Public Health (YSSOPH). With the theme “Public Health as an Art and Science to Achieve SDGs,” this event was attended by nearly 200 participants who showcased their creativity, achievement, and research to contribute to SDGs acceleration. Both symposium and conference shared the same theme and topics.
Conference date: 18–20 September 2017
Location: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Dewi Susanna (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Sumengen Sutomo (University of Michigan, USA; Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Prof. Meiwita paulina Budiharsana (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Ade Widyati Prastyani, Doni Hikmat Ramdhan (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), Dr. Sabarinah (Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia)
Sponsor: Directorate of Research and Community Engagement, Universitas Indonesia
Organizers: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Published: 28 February 2019
The Center for Health Administration and Policy Studies, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia (CHAMPS FPH UI), was established in 2006 with an aim to get involved in health system development in Indonesia by providing research, training, public discussion, conference, and conceptual assistance regarding health issues.
CHAMPS FPH UI has a program that focuses on hospital issues, namely Hospital Management Program (HMP). It consists of many events such as training, seminar, and conference. One of the events is an annual event, known as Hospital Administration Conference (HAC). After successfully conducting the first and second HAC, CHAMPS FKM UI brought HAC to a wider scope that targeted international speakers and participants and was named as the 1st International Conference of Hospital Administration (ICHA). Following that, in 2017, CHAMPS FKM UI organized the 2nd International Conference of Hospital Administration (ICHA) in collaboration with the Directorate of Research and Community Engagements (DRPM) and the Graduate Study of Hospital Administration, Universitas Indonesia.
Nowadays, along with technology improvement and globalization, health issues have grown to be more complicated and reach the wider area of intervention. The public is able to gain knowledge about their health through books, the Internet and other media. It drives public’s need and demand for better access, quality, and cost in healthcare. In order to survive, hospitals must compete to provide what public need.
On the other hand, this demand would require more resources to fulfil. Due to limited resources, healthcare has to be managed effectively and efficiently. To take care of this issue, healthcare should find new methods or new invention to give better access and quality of care with affordable cost. Thus, academia and professionals are challenged to make new innovations in healthcare.
Based on these issues above, the 2nd International Conference on Hospital Administration (ICHA) presented a theme, ‘Current and Future Hospital Needs: Better Insights on Innovation to Answer Hospital Administration Challenges’. The purpose of this event was to gather all of healthcare and hospital stakeholders to discuss strategies in developing the best quality of hospital services, so that we could build a broader and comprehensive understanding related to the current and future issues in hospital management from various perspective.
Participants who are involved in the International Conference of Hospital Administration (ICHA) were professionals from hospital field, academia, public health officer, and non-government organization in health. About 133 people attended the Conference on Day 1 (1st November 2017) and about 103 on Day 2 (2nd November 2017). A total of 99 papers, consisting of 37 oral presentations and 62 poster presentations, were presented in the conference.
Conference date: 1–2 November 2017
Location: South Jakarta City, Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Amal Chalik Sjaaf; Prof. Wiku Adisasmito; Dr. Purnawan Junadi; Prof. Budi Hidayat; Dr. Adang Bachtiar; Dr. Dewi Susanna; Dr. Surya Darmawan; Dr. Dumilah Ayuningtyas; Dr. Mardiati Nadjib; Vetty Yulianty Permanasari; Puput Oktamianti; Dr. Syahrir Pasinringi; Dr. Ye Htut; Prof. Usa Chaikledkaew; Prof. Supa Pengpid; Richard Norman; Prof. Karl Peltzer; Dr. Amrizal Muhammad Nur
Sponsor: Directorate of Research and Community Engagement, Universitas Indonesia
Organizers: Center for Health Administration and Policy, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia; Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia; Hospital Management Magister Programme, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, East Java, Indonesia; Health Administration and Policy Students Association, Department of Health Administration and Policy, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Published: 5 December 2018
Indexing: The 2nd International Conference on Hospital Administration (The 2nd ICHA) Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).
Organized every five years, the Luria International Memorial Congress is an important event for psychologists all over the world as A.R. Luria still remains a world-renowned, widely cited author who has an enduring influence on different branches of psychology and related sciences. The conference commemorated the 115th anniversary of the birth and 40 years from the death of Alexander Luria (1902–1977). The theme of the Congress was ‘Lurian Approach in International Psychological Science’. The highlight of the conference was the large number of international contributions, that is, papers submitted jointly by representatives from different countries. All submitted abstracts were reviewed and the top-quality presentations were published, however, the Program Committee does not always share the opinions of some of the authors. The authors’ style and orthography were preserved.
Conference topics: topics that dealt with disciplines such as cultural-historical psychology, neuropsychology and neurosciences, developmental neuropsychology, including problems of early neurocognitive development of children, neuropsychological rehabilitation of neurological, mental and psychosomatic patients, remediation of learning disabilities, neurolinguistics, neuropsychology of individual differences, psychogenetics, psychophysiology, general, social, developmental and teaching psychology, psychology of health, ergonomics and psychology of the subject of professional activity.
Conference date: 13–16 October 2017
Location: Ekaterinburg, Russia
Editors: J.M. Glozman, O.S. Vindeker, I.A. Ershova, and M.E. Permiakova
Organizers: Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin and the Moscow Lomonosov State University
Sponsor: Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Project No. 17-06-20554/17
Published: 1 November 2018
The fourth International Scientific Conference on Ecology and Geography of Plants and Plant Community gathered the specialists for discussions on new data and opinions exchange in composition and structure of the vegetation cover, current dynamics and resistance mechanisms of the plant communities, ecological physiology of plants and flora conservation. The conference was held at the Ural Federal University, and substantial group of the botanists and ecologists from Russia and other countries took part in it. Over 380 participants were registered representing 110 institutions from 70 cities and 7 countries, such as Russia, India, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
Conference topics: (1) geography of plants and comparative floristics, (2) geography of plant communities and vegetation classification, (3) plant population ecology and ecological physiology, (4) dynamics and resilience mechanisms of plant communities, and (5) flora conservation. Thus, the conference promoted to combine the efforts of botanists and ecologists in the field of biological diversity, biogeography, and efficient use of natural resources.
Conference date: 16–19 April 2018
Location: Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Editors: A.S. Tretyakova and D.V. Veselkin
Organizers: Ural Federal University, the Institute of Plant and Animal Ecology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Botanical Garden of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of the Ecology of the Volga river Basin of Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Russian Botanical Society
Sponsor: The Russian Foundation for Basic Research, Project No. 16-04-20603, supported by Act 2011, Government of the Russian Federation, Agreement No. 02.A03.21.0006
Published: 29 October 2018
Indexing: The Fourth International Scientific Conference Ecology and Geography of Plants and Plant Communities Conference is indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).
The Sustainability and Resilience Conference is an annual conference organized by the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research at the University of Bahrain (UOB), and under the patronage of His Excellency, Prof. Ryadh Hamzah, President of the UOB. The concept of “Sustainability and Resilience” in itself is not new worldwide, yet still new to the Middle East region in general, and to the Gulf states in particular. In 2018, the first edition of the conference is conducted in collaboration with the Northumbria University in the United Kingdom and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and is dedicated to the main theme of “Mitigating Disaster and Emergency Planning” in three vital sectors: (1) Energy and Engineering, (2) Health and Science, and (3) Cyber Security and Networks. The conference is a great opportunity for positioning Bahrain as a “Regional Hub” for sustainability and resilience and provides participants (both academics and practitioners) with gigantic opportunities for knowledge sharing and experience exchange that would eventually accumulate in setting new policies and strategies.
Conference date: 15–16 October 2018
Location: ART Rotana Amwaj – Kingdom of Bahrain
Editors: Dr. Mohamed Qader (Head of Editorial Committee, University of Bahrain); Members of Editorial Committee: Dr. Andrew Collins (Northumbria University), Dr. Maitland Hyslop (Northumbria University), Dr. Maamar Taleb (University of Bahrain), Dr. Hanan Albuflasa (University of Bahrain), Dr. Khalil Jassim (University of Bahrain), Dr. Hala Sanad (University of Bahrain), Dr. Nada Megahed (University of Bahrain), Dr. Joao Pinelo Silva (University of Bahrain), and Dr. Omar Al-Abbasi (University of Bahrain)
Organizer: University of Bahrain
Sponsor: Tatweer Petroleum Company
Published: 15 October 2018
Work has an impact on the safety and health of humans working in organizations. The organizations are influenced by the socio-political context. Organizations may be considered a system that may contain hazards, and which must be controlled to minimize the risk. Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) becomes a necessity for developing countries including Indonesia in ensuring that its citizens live and work in a healthy and safe environment. OHS also becomes a necessity for industries or certain activities in operating productively. A few such industries are:
• Formal industry sectors (oil and gas, mining, construction, etc.)
• Informal sectors (small–medium enterprises)
• Public service sectors (hospital, logistic, freight forwarding service, etc.)
In answering the global challenges that come from the current era upon OHS necessities in some industrial sectors and activities, Occupational Health and Safety Department, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, answers those necessities through developing and organizing scientific activities, researches, and community services. The department has developed five scholarly, research activities, and community services by forming peer groups, which are:
• Occupational Health
• Occupational Safety
• Industrial Hygiene
• Human and Psychosocial Aspects
Bearing in mind that the necessities in related sectors and the moral responsibility as an educational institute in delivering, spreading, and educating people on OHS's importance as values that are worth fighting in answering global challenges, the ICOHS 2017 forum was organized to unite academics, researchers, practitioners, industries, and policymakers.
Conference date: 1–2 November 2017
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Editors: Indri Hapsari Susilowati, Doni Hikmat Ramdhan, Baiduri Widanarko (Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia), and Dr. Anni Mohammad (PAPRSB Institute of Health Sciences, University Brunei Darussalam)
Organizer: Department of Occupational Health and Safety, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
Sponsors: Sucofindo, Adaro Energy, Radiant Utama Interinsco, Pertamina Hulu energy ONWJ (Offshore North West Java), Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia, Pertamina Hulu Energi WMO (West Madura Offshore), and Bank Negara Indonesia
Published: 19 June 2018
The International Meeting of Public Health (IMOPH) is an international conference that was originally held as an expression of ASEAN public health students in implementing the Tri Dharma Pillars, especially in research. This international conference was also a means to establish cooperation among researchers, especially those who come from abroad. The IMOPH was first implemented on 31 October 2015 and 1 November 2015 in Indonesia with participants from five countries comprising undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, and practitioners. The 1st IMOPH resulted in a commitment by the participants to organize it every year with Indonesia being its initiator from year 1 to year 3. Therefore, “The 2nd International Meeting of Public Health 2016” was organized with the theme “Public Health Perspective of Sustainable Development Goals: The Challenges and Opportunities in Asia-Pacific Region,” and attempts have been made to expand the conference region from ASEAN to the ASIA-PACIFIC.
Conference date: 19–20 November 2016
Location: Rumpun Ilmu Kesehatan, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Editors: Prof. Endang Laksminingsih (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia), Prof. Wah Yun Low (University of Malaya, Malaysia), Doni Hikmat Ramdhan (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia), Bambang Wispriyono (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia), and Dr. Dewi Susanna (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)
Organizers: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia and Himpunan Mahasiswa Pascasarjana (FMP), Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia
Sponsors: Directorate of Research and Public Services, Universitas Indonesia; Indonesia One Health University Network (INDOHUN); Kesmas: National Public Health Journal; Ikatan Senat Mahasiswa Kesehatan Masyarakat Indonesia (ISMKMI); CANO, Digital Copy and Printing, Depok, Indonesia; and Pandawa, Copy Center – Digital and Offset Printing, Depok, Indonesia
Published: 17 May 2018
The Second International conference on "Amphibian and reptiles anomalies and pathology: Methodology, evolutionary significance, monitoring and environmental health” was held on 6–10 September 2016 in Ekaterinburg at the Ural Federal University. The conference brought together a number of experts in the fields of zoology (herpetology), evolutionary morphology, taxonomy, ecology, molecular genetics, cytology and conservation, scientific centers of 6 countries (Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Japan, Germany and France) and 18 cities. Twenty-eight reports and nine posters were presented during the academic seminar and a roundtable discussion.
Conference topics: The topics discussed in the conference were about coordination, unification, and definition of research priorities in the field of fundamental and applied aspects of the innovative areas related to the problems of evolutionary teratology, morphogenesis ecology, and environmental quality.
Conference date: 6–10 September 2016
Location: Ekaterinburg, Ural Federal University
Editors: V. L. Vershinin and S. D. Vershinina
Organizer: Ural Federal University
Sponsor: Russian Foundation of Basic Research, Project No. 16-04-20603, supported by Act 211, Government of the Russian Federation, Agreement No. 02.A03.21.0006
Published: 3 May 2018
Indexing: The Second International Conference on Amphibian and Reptiles Anomalies and Pathology Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI).
The rise in the world population, climate change effects, and urbanization are examples of the challenges the world is facing today. With the ever-rising competition for resources, Agro-industry field of study is undeniably a crucial part of the growth and wealth of the world’s economy. The 3rd International Conference on Agro-Industry 2016 embraced the 'Value Creation in Agribusiness' theme and was a platform to share and discuss the advancement in Agro-Industry Science and Technology, Business Management, and the knowledge of Supply Chain and Logistics Management among researchers, scientists, students, practitioners, and participants in public and private sectors from Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan, and Thailand.
Conference date: 9–11 November 2016
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Editor: Associate Professor Parthana Parthanadee, Kasetsart University
Organizers: Department of Agro-Industrial Technology, Faculty of Agro-Industry, Kasetsart University and Department of Agro-Industrial Technology, Faculty of Agricultural Technology, Gadjah Mada University
Sponsor: Faculty of Agro-Industry, Kasetsart University
Published: 1 March 2018
Indexing: The 3rd ICOA 2016 Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters and ISI) as of 26 November 2018.
For the last decade, the top 10 causes of death across the world have shifted slightly. According to CDC (Center of Disease Control and Prevention), the deaths caused by communicable diseases have reduced and by non-communicable diseases have increased. This phenomenon is also happening in Indonesia. However, unlike in developed countries, the epidemiologic transition is not complete—communicable diseases remain a burden. The decline of communicable diseases is very modest, thus creating a double burden of diseases. Additionally, emerging infectious disease has also become a concern.
As the most reputed university in Indonesia, Universitas Indonesia, has taken into account to develop solutions to tackle these global health problems. This encouraged the University to actively seek global solutions and hold the 1st International Conference on Global Health—an event in which experts concerned and experienced with global health issues came together and held discussions. This conference will be held annually and is a distinguished event for experts, academicians, practitioners, and other people concerned about global health.
Conference date: 9–11 November 2017
Location: JS Luwansa Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Budi Utomo, MPH, Ph.D.—Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia; Dr. Sabarinah—Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia; Indri Hapsari Susilowati, Ph.D.—Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia; and Prof. Orawan Kaewboonchoo—Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Thailand
Organizers: Health Sciences Cluster of Universitas Indonesia—Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Nursing, and Faculty of Pharmacy
Sponsor: Directorate Research and Community Engagement, Universitas Indonesia
Published: 8 January 2018
VMIC—The Veterinary Medicine International Conference—is one of the world's leading conference focusing on a wide array of topics including Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science. It offers a stimulating venue for scientists, researchers, lecturers, general practitioners, and others to broaden their social scientific network. This conference aimed at improving human and public health by improving agricultural and food systems, advancing biomedical and comparative medical research, preventing and addressing zoonotic diseases, kit diagnostic, enhancing environmental and ecosystem health, and helping manage the 21st-century public health challenges.
Conference date: 12–14 July 2017
Location: Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Editors: Sri Agus Sudjarwo, Fedik A. Rantam, rer. nat. Gunawan Indrayanto, Muchammad Yunus, Rimayant, Wiwik Misaco, Tita Damayanti Lestari, Mustofa Helmi Effendi, Dikky Eka Mandala Putranto, and Shafia Khairani
Organizer: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Sponsors: Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia, Universitas Airlangga, ROMINDO PRIMAVETCOM, Gadjah Mada University, Bogor Agriculture Institute, ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute), Kagoshima University, Miyazaki University, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Tarlac Agricultural University, Yamaguchi University, Erasmus MC, Kasetsart University, Wyndham Veterinary Clinic, GERBU – Germany, USAID
Published: 29 November 2017
Food security and agricultural sustainability have become crucial global issues in the last few decades. Although a number of solutions have been proposed, the issues need to be addressed comprehensively from different points of views including agricultural production, biodiversity, conservation, and innovation, as well as a policy related to the problem. Therefore, all the experiences of respective researchers, academicians, practitioners, and professionals worldwide need to be gathered in a common unified voice. The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security was held as a scientific forum to unite ideas, visions, and missions as well as to arrange appropriate strategies in anticipating local and global challenges in the future. The aims of the conference were to identify opportunities and challenges with a view to strengthen food security and sustainable agriculture, establish a network among the related institutions, and to share ideas and recent findings on food security and sustainable agriculture.
Conference date: 12–13 October 2015
Location: Jatinangor, Sumedang, West Java, Indonesia
Editors: Mimin Muhaemin, Yusup Hidayat, and Hendronoto Arnoldus W. Lengkey (Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia)
Organizer: Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia
Sponsors: SKK Migas, Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North West Java (PHE ONWJ), and PT Sewu Segar Nusantara (Sunpride)
Published: 23 November 2017
The 1st International Conference on Natural Resources and Life Sciences – NRLS 2016 – was organized by the Faculty of Biotechnology, University of Surabaya, Indonesia. The theme of this conference is set on the theme of 'Multidisciplinary Science for Better Achievement'. The conference facilitated the exchange of useful information on life sciences and natural resources' exploration practices for the future human needs. Over 120 researchers participated in the conference from countries and regions such as Germany, Netherland, Nepal, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. From over 113 abstracts and presentations, 22 papers are selected to be published in KnE Conference Proceeding, representing the themes of 2016, that is, Food Biotechnology, Plant Biotechnology, Medical Biotechnology & Forensics, and Environmental Biotechnology & Renewable Energy. All 22 manuscripts in KnE Life Sciences, vol. 2017, have been reviewed by the experts from University of Groningen, University of Potsdam, RWTH Aachen University, Kyung Hee University, Universiti Selangor, and University of Surabaya, Indonesia. The reviewing process at KnE involves experts having professional editing background from four countries (Indonesia, Latvia, Malaysia, and Sweden).
Conference date: 20–21 October 2016
Location: Surabaya, Indonesia
Editors: Roy Hendroko Setyobudi (Jakarta, IDN), Maria Goretti Marianti Purwanto (Surabaya, IDN), Juris Burlakovs (Kalmar, SWE), Maizirwan Mel (Kuala Lumpur, MYS), Praptiningsih Gamawati Adinurani (Madiun, IDN), and Zane Vincēviča-Gaile (Riga, LVA)
Sponsors: DAAD (Deutschland Academische Austausch Dienst), Sciencewerke, Bioneer, Indolab Utama, Enseval Medika Prima, Megah Sejahtera Scientific, and APD (Alumni Portal Deutschland)
Conference website: event.ubaya.ac.id/nrls
Published: 11 September 2017
Indexing: NRLS Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters, and ISI) as of 29 December 2017.
The 4th International Conference on Biological Science, ICBS 2015, was hosted by the Faculty of Biology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as part of the 60th-anniversary celebration. The theme of the Conference was – Towards the Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: From Basic to Applied Research. Over 250 presenters from countries including Japan, Australia, Malaysia, Philippines, Ethiopia, Germany, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia participated in the conference. ICBS-2015 invited seven researchers from four different countries (Indonesia, Japan, Brazilia, and the USA) to referee manuscripts for the presentation and then followed by the manuscripts selection. Thirty-five manuscripts were selected to be published in this proceeding. These manuscripts reflect the six themes of ICBS 2015 including molecular biology and biotechnology, structural and functional biology, ecology and bioconservation, evolution and systematics, biomedical and bioactive natural products, as well as biomathematics and bioinformatics. The reviewing process at KnE involved experts from four countries (Indonesia, Latvia, Malaysia, and Sweden).
Conference date: 18–19 September 2015
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Editors: Tri Rini Nuringtyas (Yogyakarta, IDN), Roy Hendroko Setyobudi (Jakarta, IDN), Juris Burlakovs (Kalmar, SWE), Maizirwan Mel (Kuala Lumpur, MYS), Praptiningsih Gamawati Adinurani (Madiun, IDN), and Zane Vincēviča-Gaile (Riga, LVA)
Sponsors: BOPTN Project, ACS Publications, Enseval Medika Prima, PT Ditek Jaya, Miconos and Science Werke
Conference website: http://biologi.ugm.ac.id/icbs2015/
Published: 26 March 2017
Indexing: ICBS Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters, and ISI) as of 29 December 2017.
The second annual International conference on Agro-industry (ICoA) was organized on 7–9 November 2015 in Matsuyama, Japan. The conference was also supported by the Department of Agro-industrial Technology, Kasetsart University Thailand. The conference was aimed to bring researchers, academicians, scientists, students, and practitioners together to participate and present their latest research findings, developments and applications related to the various aspects of agro-industry. The selection of published papers was based on its merits and relevance to the contribution of agro-industrial development.
Conference date: 7–9 November 2015
Location: Matsuyama, Japan
Organizers: Faculty of Agriculture, Ehime University Japan and the Department of Agro-industrial Technology, Faculty of Agricultural Technology, Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia
Published: 27 January 2016
This Proceeding consists of papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Biological Science – ICBS 2013, with the theme – Advances in Biological Science: Biological Approach for Sustainable Development of Tropical Biodiversity for Human Prosperity. This conference was hosted by the Faculty of Biology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The biennial ICBS has facilitated an international dialogue on biodiversity since 2009.
ICBS 2013 was designed to improve the awareness of environmental sustainability, in order to understand the right policy regarding the bio-conservation action; to increase the consciousness and understanding on the potential, economic value and sustainable management of tropical biodiversity through biotechnology and bioengineering application; and to strengthen the international scientific network of biological and biology-related scientists to share and exchange progress in various fields of biological research.
This event was attended by distinguished speakers and attendants from Japan, Sweden, Australia, Korea, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The external reviewer of ICBS 2013 came from Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia; Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan; and Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
All 130 manuscripts in KnE Life Sciences vol. 2 (2015) have been reviewed by editors from University of Latvia, Riga Latvia; Linnaeus University, Sweden; International Islamic University Malaysia; Universitas Merdeka Madiun, Indonesia; Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia; and Ma Chung University, Indonesia.
Conference date: 20–21 September 2013
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Editors: Roy Hendroko Setyobudi (Malang, IDN), Tri Rini Nuringtyas (Yogyakarta, IDN), Juris Burlakovs (Kalmar, SWE), Maizirwan Mel (Kuala Lumpur, MYS), Praptiningsih Gamawati Adinurani (Madiun, IDN), and Zane Vincēviča-Gaile (Riga, LVA).
Sponsors: Universitas Gadjah Mada, Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), CIDES, PT. Fajar Mas Murni Semarang, Miconos Transdata Nusantara, P. T. Roche, Dr. Heri Susanto, MM., Dr. Suwarno Hadisusanto, and Dr. Lucia Rina
Published: 20 September 2015
Indexing: ICBS Conference Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters, and ISI) as of 13 September 2017.
This proceeding consists of papers presented at the 1st International Symposium on Aquatic Product Processing, Safety and Health (ISAPPROSH- 2013), with the theme of Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Risks on Aquatic Product Processing: Blue Economy Approach. This conference was jointly programmed by the Directorate General of Marine and Fisheries Products Competitiveness Enhancement; Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia; Department of Aquatic Products Technology; Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Bogor Agricultural University; Tokyo University of Marine Sciences and Technology; and Indonesian Society of Fisheries Products Processing with the aim of sharing the research and technological innovation from institutions/organizations.
The Symposium included 9 very valuable keynote speeches (presented by experts from Japan, Thailand, European Union, and Indonesia), 65 oral presentations (26 in processing, 16 biotechnologies, 13 aquaculture, 10 fishing technology), and 33 posters (15 processing, 7 biotechnology, 1 fishing technology). This proceeding consists of 33 selected papers from 98 manuscripts that have been submitted.
All 33 manuscripts in KnE Life Sciences vol 1 (2015) had been reviewed by the editors from the University of Latvia, Riga Latvia; Linnaeus University, Sweden; International Islamic University, Malaysia; Universitas Merdeka Madiun, Indonesia; and Ma Chung University, Indonesia.
Conference date: 13–14 November 2013
Location: Bogor, Indonesia
Editors: Roy Hendroko Setyobudi (Malang, IDN), Juris Burlakovs (Kalmar, SWE), Maizirwan Mel (Kuala Lumpur, MYS), Praptiningsih Gamawati Adinurani (Madiun, IDN), and Zane Vincēviča-Gaile (Riga, LVA),
Published: September 2015
Indexing: ISAPPROSH Conference Proceedings are indexed in the Web of Science (by Clarivate Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters, and ISI) as of 14 July 2017.