Call for Papers
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 3rd International Conference on Natural and Environmental Science (ICONES) 2019 which will be held in Hermes Palace Hotel, Banda Aceh, Indonesia in July 26-27, 2019. This quinquennial conference is hosted by Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA), Syiah Kuala University (Unsyiah). Previously, the first ICONES was held in 2009 to celebrate 20-year anniversary of FMIPA Unsyiah and the second ICONES was held in 2014.
Under the theme "Sustainable Nature and Environment in the industrial revolution 4.0", the 3rd ICONES 2019 serves as a platform for professors, researchers, and scholars from universities or research institutes around the globe to exchange ideas, communicate, and discuss on the innovative research findings and advancements as well as latest trends and development in science from multidisciplinary fields.
The conference will include plenary keynote speeches, oral and poster parallel sessions with the following topics, but not limited to:
Abstract Submission, Paper Review, and Publications
Please submit your abstract not later than March 31, 2019. Abstracts should be written in English according to the template provided here and submitted to our conference system.
Prepare your manuscript using the standard conference template provided here. Please double-check the paper size in your page setup to make sure you are using the European A4-size paper layout (8.27 inch X 11.69 inch). Please strictly follow the format of your manuscripts according to the given standard template.
All submitted and presented papers will be peer-reviewed by our international scientific committee and selected papers will be published in IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (SCOPUS indexed).
Dr. Hadi Susanto
Dr. Hadi Susanto was born and grew up in Lumajang, East Java province of Indonesia. He was an undergraduate student (BSc 2001) in the Department of Mathematics of Institut Teknologi Bandung, with a thesis study supervised by Barbera van de Fliert and Edy Soewono. He subsequently did his postgraduate studies (MSc 2003, PhD 2006) in the Department of Applied Mathematics of the University of Twente under the supervision of Stephan van Gils.
He was a Visiting Assistant Professor (September 2005-December 2007) at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA mentored by Panos Kevrekidis. He was then Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics (January 2008-December 2013) at the School of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Nottingham, UK. From September 2013, he is Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Essex. Per January 2018, he is also Adjunct (Honorary) Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Institut Teknologi Bandung.
His research interests are in theoretical and computational dynamical systems and analysis applied to the study of nonlinear waves in partial and ordinary differential equations. Among others, his aim is to be able to explain and predict novel characteristics of physically motivated systems using various mathematical methods. Of particular interest has been the study of Klein-Gordon equations, nonlinear Schrödinger equations, Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-Tsingou-type equations, and reaction-diffusion equations, modelling physical reality in many different fields, including biology, condensed matter physics and nonlinear optics.
Assoc. Prof Masatoshi Kondo
Dr. Kondo earned his doctoral program of Science and Engineering Department of Nuclear Engineering Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2006. Dr. Kondo’s lab, Laboratory for Advanced Nuclear Energy Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Major in Nuclear Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology conducts research in Nuclear fusion studies (Fuel/Blanket, Fusion systems engineering, Low activation material, Inertial confinement fusion). He is actively involved in numerous committee including the Japan Society of Plasma Science and Nuclear Fusion Research and Atomic energy society of Japan.
Prof Dr. Khalija Awang
Dr. Awang completed her doctoral degree at the Universite Rene Descartes, France in 1993 after finishing her master’s degree from University of Malaya in 1991 and bachelor’s degree from Waterloo University, Canada, in 1987. Her research interests are in natural Products and Medicinal Chemistry (natural products, NMR, alkaloids, biological activity, SAR/QSAR, Synthesis/ hemisynthesis. Dr. Awang research involves the chemotaxonomy studies of plants from the Malaysian flora especially from the families of Annonanaceae, Apocynaceae, Meliaceae and Rubiaceae. The biological activities, antiplasmodial, cytotoxicity, antihypertensive of the isolated compounds isolated were also investigated. The structure activity relationship (SAR and QSAR) of potent natural products and hemi-synthesis of natural products analogues are also of our interest together with kinetic studies of bio activity compounds. Currently, she intensifies her investigations on Malaysian medicinal herbs/plants used in the traditional medicine practices leading to the standardization of medicinal plants and bioassay guided studies. Additionally, Dr. Awang is actively involved as a reviewer, PLoS ONE, Phytochemistry, Journal of Natural Products (Journal); a coordinator, French-Malaysian Collaborative Scientific Research Program; and a member, Natural Product Society of Malaysia Associate Member, Malaysian Institute of Chemistry (IKM).
Dr. Teuku M. Iqbalsyah, M.Sc.
Dr. Iqbalsyah is a senior lecturer in Biochemistry at the Faculty of Mathematics and Life Sciences. He got his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Manchester, UK. His expertise is in the area of protein structure.
He teaches biochemistry-related courses at undergraduate and graduate levels, including Biochemistry, Fermentation Technology, Energy Metabolism and Biochemical Techniques. His current research focus is on novel primary and secondary metabolites produced from locally isolated thermo-halophilic microorganisms. He has authored and co-authored some international and national scientific papers.
Dr. Mohd Hazwan Hussin
Dr. Mohd Hazwan Hussin is currently a senior lecturer at the School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. He received his double PhD degree in Chemistry from Universite de Lorraine, France and USM. His current interests include lignocellulosic materials, valorization of chemical compounds extracted from biomass and corrosion protection.
Dr. Kerista Sebayang
Dr. Sebayang completed his doctoral program from Chemistry Department of Graduate School, University of North Sumatera (USU), Indonesia after finishing his master program in 1990 from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and bachelor program in 1985 from University of North Sumatera (USU). Dr. Sebayang is actively published scientific papers in reputable journals in international and national level.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fitmawati
Dr. Fitmawati is a senior lecturer in Plant Biosystematics of The University of Riau (Unri). She earned her Ph.D from Institut Pertanian Bogor or IPB University, Indonesia after obtaining her Master of Science in Biology at the same university. She received Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Andalas, Padan.
Dr. Nur Aida Hashim
Dr. Nur Aida Hashim is currently a senior lecturer at the School of Food Science and Technology, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT). She received a PhD degree in Medical Entomology and minoring in Management Studies from the Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) in 2013. She also received her MSc in Applied Entomology from the USM and graduated with BSc in Applied Science, majoring in Applied Entomology at the same university. Her current interests include Her current research projects in UMT focus on biology, ecology and control of agriculture and stored product insect pests such as sweet potato weevil, rice weevil, brown plant hopper, stem borer and leaf roller of paddy. She also currently conducting research on biology, ecology and behaviour of dengue vectors in Terengganu as well as insect pests associated with stingless bees.