The FGIC 2nd Conference on Governance and Integrity was a two-day conference aimed to examine the issues and challenges faced by both the public and private sectors in good governance and integrity in regards to the Industrial Revolution 4.0. For any organization, good governance and integrity is an essential prerequisite to remain competitive in the digitalized economy. The conference included various topics on the different challenges of governance and integrity in the era of digitalization and innovative approaches to overcome governance and integrity issues in industry and academia.
Conference topics: The conference topics included the following non-exhaustive subthemes: Ethics & Culture in Business, Human Governance, Project & Technology Management, Data Analytics & Internet-of-Things, Cyber Security, Sustainability Issues, IT-related Governance & Integrity Issues, and Supply Chain & Operations Management
Conference dates: 19–20 August 2019
Location: Yayasan Pahang, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Muhammad Waris Ali Khan
Chief Academic Editor: Dr. Gusman Nawanir
Organizer: Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Sponsors: Yayasan Pahang, The Malaysian Institute of Integrity, and Yayasan Bank Rakyat
Published: 18 August 2019
The 2018 International Seminar on Tropical Eco-Settlements was held in three days, consisting of a seminar on the 14th-15th November 2018 and field trip to Penglipuran Village on the 16th November 2018. The seminar welcomed academicians, NGO staff members, consultants, policymakers, government stakeholders, corporate managers and executives, scientists, researchers, graduated students, and other professionals in the field of urban housing development. Following the continued success of the previous ISTEcS (2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014), this Seminar had 78 national and international participants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Thailand and Japan.
In this Seminar, there were four classes and each class included seven sessions. Each session covered a specific topic. There were nine topics, Urban Landscape, Urban Spatial Equity, Slum Area, Green infrastructure, Urban Housing Development, Environmental Justice and Urban Resilience, Future Proof Comfort Design, Future Proof Housing Design, Future Proof Low Energy Design. The topic with the highest number of paper was Urban Housing Development, with 23 papers presented.
The seminar has published all presented papers into two publication, 68 papers in proceeding and 10 selected papers are included in a Book Chapter published by UPI Press. Each paper was reviewed by two reviewers (double-blinded). Reviewers comes different countries includes Indonesia, Egypt, Japan, Thailand, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand. Their expertise is relevant with each topic they reviewed.
Conference dates: 14–15 November 2018
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Dr. Andreas Wibowo
Organizers: Research Institute for Housing and Human Settlement, Ministry of Public Works and Housing
Published: 5 August 2019
Today we are in the middle of a new media revolution. We are at least witnessing, if not directly experiencing, the shift of all culture to computer-mediated forms of production, distribution, and communication. According to Lev Manovich, the author of The Language of New Media (2002), compared to the previous revolutions, this new one is more profound. The introduction of the printing press in the fifteenth century and photography in the nineteenth century indeed brought revolutionary impacts on the development of modern society and culture. However, these previous revolutions affected only one stage of cultural communication. While the impact of the introduction of the printing press only dealt with the distribution of media, the impact of the introduction of photography dealt with still images only. In contrast, the computer media revolution affects all stages of communication, including acquisition, manipulation, storage, and distribution. It also affects all types of media, i.e., texts, still images, moving images, sound, and spatial constructions (Manovich, 2002). In short, the presence of new media is reshaping our social landscape.
According to Sonia Livingstone, the author of Handbook of New Media (2002), media are always embedded in a social landscape, which precedes, shapes, contextualizes and continues after any specific technological innovation. Therefore it is imperative to put new media into context, to locate them within the social landscape, and to map the changing media environment concerning the human activities which, in turn, structure that environment. It is such a dialectical framework of looking glass that enables us not to be trapped into any deterministic perspectives in discussing the relationship between technology and human beings.
Departing from such an understanding of new media and how it is reshaping our contemporary world, and how our way of living is, to some extent, prompting the technological innovation, this Conference invited scholars and graduate students who have a concern on this issue to take a part in it. This Conference acted as a forum in which scholars and graduate students from all corners of the world could share their ideas and research findings dealing with this very contemporary and global issue. This big topic can be formulated in the question as follows: How are new media reshaping the whole aspects of life of contemporary societies? What is meant by whole aspects of life may include arts, sports, politics, economy, scientific activities and inquiries, religion, communication, language, culture, etc. Participants may choose any of the aspects in line with his/her research interests.
Conference dates: 30–31 October 2018
Location: Yogyakarta, Graduate School of Universitas Gadjah Mada Jalan Teknika Utara, Pogung, Yogyakarta
Editors: Dr. Wening Udasmoro (Faculty of Cultural Sciences of Universitas Gadjah Mada); Associate Professor Goh Beng Lan (Southeast Asian Studies Programme, National University Of Singapore); Professor Ariel Heryanto (Monash University); and Dr. Zainal Abdin Bagir (Graduate School of Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Organizer: Graduate School of Universitas Gadjah Mada
Sponsor: Universitas Gadjah Mada, BNI 46, Bank Mandiri
Published: 4 August 2019
The Second Annual International Conference on Language and Literature (AICLL) is a scientific forum organised by the Faculty of Literature, Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara (UISU), the oldest University outside of the Java Island, Medan, Indonesia. The conference was held on July 3–4, 2019 at Ballroom Madani Hotel, Medan, Indonesia, and provided an excellent forum for sharing as well as exchanging knowledge and research findings to the researchers, practitioners, academicians, professionals, and students from all over the world. The topics of interests included all theoretical and practical aspects of Language and Literature. The primary goal of the 2nd AICLL 2019 was to address the Research Paradigms on Language and Literature in the Industrial Revolution 4.0, especially of the latest researches and innovations.
Conference date: 3–4 July 2019
Location: Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara (UISU), Medan, Indonesia
Chief Academic Editor: Prof. Jumino Suhadi
Co-Editors: Assoc. Prof. Purwarno, Manugeren, Pardi, Susi Ekalestari, Assoc. Prof. Andang Suhendi, and Purwanto Siwi
Organizer: Faculty of Literature, UISU, Medan
Published: 1 August 2019
The 2nd 2018 UNNES International Conference on Research Innovation and Commercialization (UICRIC) for Better Life was organised by the Research and Community Development Institute (RCDI) with the aim of transforming the vision of Universitas Negeri Semarang of becoming an international Conservation University into reality. The conference aimed to increase the number of research publication and improving the academic atmosphere through the improvement of research quality so that the results of the research are known to the public and can be produced massively as part of the improvement of the people’s life quality and prosperity. The scope of the research clusters in this international conference includes educational innovation, science and technology, resource and life quality improvement, conservation, and arts, culture, and humanity.
Conference date: November 10, 2018
Location: The Wujil, Resort and Convention, Ungaran, Central Java, Indonesia
Editors: Cepi Kurniawan, PhD; Dr. Karnowo, PhD; Ardhi Prabowo, M.Si
Organizer: Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Universitas Negeri Semarang
Published: 9 July 2019
The International Conference on Meaningful Education (ICMEd) 2018 was held on 25–26 October 2018, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in conjunction with the International Conference on Special and Inclusive Education (ICSIE) 2018. This conference was organised by the Faculty of Education, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The theme of the conference was “Developing Meaningful Education to Realise Just and Equitable Societies.” Meaningful education has emerged as a "new" paradigm in the educational field that emphasizes the character and personality formation of students. This kind of education is believed as an effective strategy to develop graduates who both master the required knowledge and skills and also have good moral that brings benefit to society and maintain human dignity.
Thus, this conference aimed to bring together academicians, practitioners, and independent researchers around the world from educational fields to share and exchange their knowledge, practices, and research results on areas related to education, particularly meaningful education. They were invited to present abstracts/papers relevant to the theme/subthemes including but not limited to Curriculum and Instruction, Teachers Professional, Development, Educational Leadership and Policy, Innovation in Education, Early Childhood and Primary Education, Guidance and Counseling in School, and Educational Technology. The conference also provided an interdisciplinary forum for participants to present and discuss current innovations, developments, challenges, as well as potential solutions to issues related to the practices of meaningful education at all education level. This conference encouraged the implementation of meaningful education as a part of strategies to improve education quality, equality, and equity. Further, this event provided direction for future research on education, particularly on meaningful education that we believe is important to provide useful information for educational policymakers, system administrators, leaders, and educators. Ultimately, we hope that this conference can contribute to the creation of a better society in general and the development of educational studies and practices in particular.
Conference date: 25–26 October 2018
Location: Grand Keisha Hotel, Yogyakarta
Organizer: Dr. Arif Rohman, M. Si.
Published: 4 July 2019
The conference “Individual and Society in the Global Era” covers diverse aspects of currently topical themes that, directly or indirectly, engage with a person, as well as with society and civilization they belong to.
Conference date: 28 February 2018
Location: Novosibirsk, Russia
Editor-in-Chief: Elena Evgenieva Zorina
Organizer: Assotsiatsiya naychnykh sotrudnikov “Sibirskaya akademicheskaya kniga” (ANS “SibAK”) [Association of Research Scholars “Siberian Academic Book”]
Published: 25 April 2019
Social Sciences on Sustainable Development for World Challenge
The First ELEHIC conference provided a forum to address the issues on Economic, Law, Education, and Humanities that researchers, practitioners, and academics face in the changing world. The first international conference was organized by the four faculties at Bung Hatta University, namely the Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Education, and Faculty of Humanities. The conference received papers from academics and researchers from Indonesia and other countries. Accepted papers were presented as oral presentations in a 30-minute session.
The theme of the conference was Social Sciences on Sustainable Development for World Challenge. Around 100 papers on the aforementioned four fields were accepted to be presented at the conference. The participants came from universities in Indonesia and other neighbouring countries such as Malaysia and the Philippines.
Conference date: 14 August 2018
Location: Pangeran Beach Hotel, Padang, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Antoni, Dr. Diana Chitra Hasan, Dr. Temmy Thamrin, Dr. Evi Tasri, and Dr. Lely Refnita
Organizer: Bung Hatta University
Sponsor: Bung Hatta University
Published: 31 March 2019
The 1st ICIEBP was successfully held on 26th November at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI) Bandung, Indonesia, and it was entitled, “Rethinking Sustainability from an Islamic Perspective Transforming Economy and Societies.” Considering the wide range of participants, the Conference attendees gained vital insights into Islamic economics in the different viewpoints. The information regarding the 1st ICIEBP, in which 165 papers were presented, can be retrieved from iciebp.conference.upi.edu.
To maintain the continuity of the Islamic economics conference, especially in discussing current issues, building a network, and sharing knowledge among scholars, it is important to organize a regular conference in Islamic economic area. The Department of Islamic Economics, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Airlangga, in collaboration with the Department of Islamic Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business Education, UPI proudly presents “The 2nd International Conference on Islamic Economics, Business, and Philanthropy (ICIEBP),” successfully held on 22 November 2018 in Surabaya, Indonesia. The main theme of this conference was “Sustainability and Socio-Economic Growth.” The conference elaborated on how a nation can achieve economic growth and at the same time solve socio-economic problems such as poverty. In addition, Islamic perspective as a new and emergent area has demonstrated an unprecedented performance in terms of transforming the Muslim societies and beyond.
Conference date: 22 November 2018
Location: Bank Indonesia Building, Jalan Pahlawan Number 105, Krembangan, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Editors and Scientific Committee: Bayu Arie Fianto (Universitas Airlangga), Ilmiawan Auwalin (Universitas Airlangga), Shochrul Rohmatul Ajija (Universitas Airlangga), Sulistya Rusgianto (Universitas Airlangga), Djoko Mursinto (Universitas Airlangga), Raditya Sukmana (Universitas Airlangga), Dr. Muryani (Universitas Airlangga), Rumayya (Universitas Airlangga), Ade Gafar Abdullah (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia), Eng. Asep Bayu Dani Nurdianto (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia), Rossanto Dwi Handoyo (Universitas Airlangga), Dr. A. Jajang W. Mahri (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia), Dr. Ririn Tri Ratnasari (Universitas Airlangga), Dr. Atina Sofawati (Universitas Airlangga), Dr. Muhammad Nafik (Universitas Airlangga), Dr. Sri Herianingrum (Universitas Airlangga)
Main Organizer: Department of Islamic Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Co-organizers: Department of Islamic Economics and Finance, Faculty of Economics and Business Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia; Faculty Economics and Business, University of Muhammadiyah Malang; Universiti Teknologi Mara; and International Islamic University, Malaysia
Sponsors: Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan, Bank Indonesia, PT Bangun Arta Hutama, Wardah Cosmetics, and Viva Cosmetics
Published: 28 March 2019
Empowering Educational Human Resources for Global Competitiveness
This conference is the realization of the vision and mission of Bung Hatta University. The vision of Bung Hatta University is to be an excellent higher-education institution that has dignity in order to be a world-class university, and its mission is to carry out quality education and researches in a democratic climate that upholds academic freedom and apply science, technology, arts, and cultures to improve human welfare. In order to support the realization of the Bung Hatta University vision and mission as well as to accelerate international accreditation, the Faculty of Teachers Training and Education held the first national seminar in 2017, and this second seminar on education was conducted internationally. The aim of this conference was to motivate the lecturers of the Faculty of Teachers Training and Education and domestic as well as foreign graduate students in related fields to publish their research results on an international level. This seminar is entitled the 1st International Conference on Educational Science and Training 2018.
Conference date: 14 August 2018
Location: Pangeran Beach Hotel, Padang, Indonesia
Editors: Dr. Hendra Hidayat, Dr. Eril Syahmaidi, and Dr. Lely Refnita
Organizer: Faculty of Teachers Training and Education
Published: 31 March 2019