The 11th Hokkaido Indonesian Student Association Scientific Meeting (HISAS) 2014
[BEM FEMA]. Kabar gembira buat mahasiswa FEMA yang memiliki hobi mengikuti kegiatan seminar ilmiah di luar negeri. PPI Hokkaido mengadakan acara “The 11th Hokkaido Indonesia Student Association Scientific Meeting (HISAS) 2014. Berikut penjelasan secara lengkap kegiatan tersebut:
In these recent years, the issue of sustainability, ranging from corporate sustainability to technological development sustainability, has been gained as a main interest in our society. Sustainability as defined by The Union of Conservation Scientist (IUCN), United Nations of Environment Programme (UNEP) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is : improving the quality of human life while living within the carrying capacity of the earths supporting ecosystems. Therefore, along with technological development and rapid industrialization, a good management system of how to contribute the minimal impact to the ecosystems is required.
Indonesia as a developing country has some potential economic advantages in some area such as agriculture, forestry, fishery, renewable and non-renewable natural resources, and human resources. In accordance to these, good management and assessments are needed to ensure that these advantages become a mean to achieve sustainable economic development along with sustainable human living environment. Therefore, the contribution of scientific and technological ideas from Indonesian researchers in Japan, although it is not limited to, are encouraged.
Researchers should be able to communicate their ideas and contribute by implementing their idea into such a applicable scientific and technological solution. The collaborations from different fields are strongly encouraged to achieve holistic solution in accordance to sustainability umbrella. Under that spirit, Indonesian Student Association in Hokkaido (PPI-H) would like to organize scientific meeting called 11th Hokkaido Indonesia Scientific Meeting (HISAS 11th). Many young researchers in numerous area ranging from environmental, forestry, agriculture, fishery, social sciences, natural science and engineering expected to contribute in the meeting in addition the member of PPI-H . In this meeting, all participants who are mostly young researchers from diverse background will communicate their ideas, scientific and technological solution to give contribution to sustainable Indonesian economic and technological development.
Theme and Objectives
Theme : Communicating Research Progress under sustainability groundwork :
“Todays vision, tomorrows reality”
To communicate the research progress under sustainability frame work and exchange ideas across multidisciplinary areas.
To build holistic view of scientific and technological development under sustainability framework
To contribute for current Indonesia’s development.
To enhance networking and collaboration between Indonesian and International community.
Keynote presentations will be done by invited speakers:
1. Masatoshi Sasaoka, Professor at Regional Science Group, Human and Social Sceince
Division, Faculty of Letter Hokkaido University.
2. Yuichi Kamiya, Professor at Materials Science , Functional Materials Chemistry,
Faculty of environmental Earth Science, Faculty of Environmental Science.
1. Oral Presentation
Research presentations will be carried out orally by accepted presenters in panel system. The numbers of presented research are expected to be 25 to 30 presentations. Each presenter will be given 15 minutes of time allocation, 10 minutes of presentation and 5 minutes of discussions. There will be parallel rooms which whom the presenters will be grouped into their research field. The grouping is not supposed to hinder the participants to look on the presentations from other fields since they will be freely move to other groups and encouraged to do so. In addition, presenters may bring their research poster. Posters will be put on panels during the coffee break. Participants can ask for detailed information while enjoying coffee and tea.
Oral presentations are divided into three sessions according to the research and study fields.
Session 1: Natural Sciences and Agriculture
Session 2: Environmental Management and Social Studies
Session 3: Engineering and Information System Development
Venue and Time Schedule
Venue: Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Environmental Science (D101)
Kita 10, Nishi 5, Kita-ku, Sapporo Japan
Date : Saturday, February 8th 2014
Time : 09.00-17.00 (JST)
All members of Indonesian Student Association in Hokkaido are eligible to participate in this program. Furthermore, those of students and researchers who are not member are encouraged to join this scientific meeting.