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The 1st International Conference on Political, Social and Humanities Sciences (ICPSH) 2020

The 1st "International Conference on Political, Social & Humanities Sciences" (ICPSH 2020)

Faculty of Social & Political Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University

Theme:

"Navigating Global Society in the Disruptive Era"

Background

We live in an age of transformation in which strong global forces change the way we live and function. The rise of new emerging economies such as China, India, and other countries in the global south; the rapid proliferation of digital technologies; the rising challenges of globalization; and the global pandemic; all that issues above have impacted global society.  Simultaneously, the resurfacing of old international rivalries, the breaking of conventional alignments, and the emergence of new powers are changing the international structure of the 21st century, if not the methodology and analytical methods used by scholars to understand it.

Although power politics is shifting, non-traditional challenges are also on the rise: seemingly never-ending wars in Africa and the Middle East, global migration, environmental problems, and the possibility of transnational terrorism are unavoidable factors that must be taken into account in any possible future scenario. Industrial Revolution 4.0 has had transformative impacts on all lines of society, and the global society must be prepared to face up to new developments that are evolving to the core.  Such and other global developments bring substantial new opportunities to global society, nations, industries, businesses, and individuals that have successfully adopted them— but the risk for those who can not keep up has also risen dramatically.

Aim and Scope

The theme of this virtual conference is "Navigating Global Society in the Disruptive Era." Thus the conference has three main issues to be discussed: The conference will discuss the challenge of current global transformations towards global society, states, market, international engagement, and foreign relations. With the advent of a disruptive era, there is a change in the system of interaction between state actors and non-state actors in the global stage. Besides, it will discuss the impacts and effects of the disruptive era on international relations and diplomacy at large. Finally, it will also discuss the response of local society, local government, and public administration to the challenge and opportunities bought by the new transformation.

This conference will explore and develop the central theme and welcome papers from a range of perspectives and backgrounds, school of thought, and interdisciplinary fields of intellectual discourses. Papers can be theoretical or based on observational case studies from any country or area of the world. Some of the problems addressed include (but not limited to) the following subtopics:

  • Global Society and emerging technologies
  • International Relations & Foreign Policy in the Disruptive Era
  • Peace, human right and security in the era of digital technology
  • Global pandemic, environmental issues, and global disaster management
  • Populism and democratic backsliding
  • Religious resurgence, communal identities and radicalism
  • New challenge and opportunity for social movement and global justice
  • People mobility and international migration
  • Challenge and opportunity of Communication in the disruptive era
  • Challenge to Public Administration in the disruptive era
  • Building a resilient society in the disruptive era
  • New transformation in the global economy
  • A challenge to the sustainable development goals in the disruptive era
A challenge and opportunities for education and culture in the era of Industry 4.0

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1st Virtual International Symposium On Health Sciences (ISHS)

About ISHS

“We give you experience, more than just a virtual meeting”

After the success of last year's conference, with papers published in the  Scopus-indexed journal, the Faculty of Health Sciences held another event this year. ISHS is a biannual symposium that covers updates and research in health sciences field including nursing, pharmacy, nutrition, public health and physical education. This symposium catalyze knowledge and experience among scientist, educator, clinician, student, and policy maker. It also bridges the gap between theory and practice. As we are currently in pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually using the Whova platform to give a convenient experience like an on site symposium. This virtual symposium enables participants to actively involved and create networking with speakers and other participants.

The year of 2020 makes a major change in the early 21st century with the covid-19 pandemic that was discovered at the end of last year. All aspects of life in the world feel its effects, especially on health where the cobid-19 transmission is very fast and the mortality rate is high. Nurses are at the forefront in handling this epidemic along with doctors and other health workers. This pandemic changed the direction of nursing care in the health area including preventive, curative and rehabilitative. This change in direction requires nurses to improve their skills and knowledge. This cannot be done only in a clinic setting but has been done since in nursing school by examining the additional competencies of nursing graduates. The Faculty of Health Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University, would like to provide meetings where educators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers and students may have dialogue regarding changes in nursing care after the Covid-19 pandemic in the world. The meeting wants to explore the leadership and management on health system approach, the readiness of nurses in delivering nursing care in a new health behavior, and the contribution of health education in preparing students to be competent in facing the new health care demand.

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The 2nd Animal Science and Food Technology Conference (AnSTC) 2020

Theme: "Advancing Animal Production Systems for Rural Development and Environment Sustainability"

Following the success of hosting the 1st AnSTC 2019, we welcome academicians, postgraduate students, and researchers to present papers on the 2nd AnSTC 2020. The conference covers the following topics, but not limited to :

  1. Animal behaviour
  2. Animal physiology and reproduction
  3. Animal biotechnology
  4. Animal nutrition and feed technology
  5. Animal genetics and breeding
  6. Animal waste and environmental technology
  7. Veterinary science
  8. Food science
  9. Poultry, dairy, meat science and management
  10. Livestock farming system
  11. Socio-economic aspects of animal production

 

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The 4th International Conference of Health Sciences (ICHS) 2020

Partnership in the health sector is needed to build the synergy of all professionals in facing health service challenges. This partnership involves health agencies, government, health workers, private sector and the community. The aim is to improve the global public health status that an organization cannot achieve by working alone. Partnership requires a strong commitment in sharing knowledge and resources to maintain global health status. To be effective, an assessment of the resources of each party needs to be done in order to find the right strategy in solving health problems in the area. This can prevent the cessation of partnership programs and make it cost effective, and accelerate the achievement of goals. The Faculty of Health Sciences, Jenderal Sudirman University, would like to provide meetings where educators, clinicians, researchers, policy makers and students may have dialogue regarding how global partnerships will improve the society's health in the next decades . The meeting wants to explore the leadership and management on health system approach, the readiness of health system personnel in a global health partnership, and the contribution of health education in preparing students who can greatly participate in this partnership.

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International Conference on Language, Linguistics, and Literature: Superhero in the Age of Transnationalism (COLALITE)

Superheroes have special parts in our hearts. Our childhood fantasies were occupied by them, and  even as adults, our mind are still wishing for their presence. For ages, our dreams of superheroes have been pouring down, spreading through words of mouth, filling up the pages of books, and engraving sheets of papers and celluloids. More recently, they find a way to surf in our media, connecting people from different nations who share the same idea that there will be special people with special powers to solve world’s problems. These superheroes, regardless their questionable reality, have reminded us that we need to put aside our differences and work together to make our world a better place. Their presence in our cultures, literatures and languages, therefore, deserves to be acknowledged in a special academic venue. However, bringing these compelling issues into academic atmosphere through narrow-limited conference is still a rarity.

The biennial Conference of Language, Linguistics and Literature (COLALITE) always attempts to accommodate intriguing themes. This year, the 4th international COLALITE presents “Superhero in the Age of Transnationalism” to accommodate the growing interest of superhero texts analyses in the fields of cultural studies, literary studies, linguistics and education. For this very reason, the 4th COLALITE encourages researchers, authors, academic practitioners, and those who are interested in exploring this issue to participate in the conference. However, due to Covid-19 Pandemic, 4th COLALITE 2020 is going to be conducted online.

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1'st Jenderal Soedirman International Medical Conference (JIMC) 2020

Nanoscience is an emerging area of science that involves the study of materials on an ultra-small scale and the novel properties that these materials demonstrate. Nanoscience has the potential to reshape the world around us. It could lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in fields ranging from manufacturing to health care. At this time, we also have entered the era of genomic medicine (genomic medicine), which begins with the success in mapping the human genome. Even human genetic research in recent decades has led to the application of genomics for the benefit of patients (translational research). Genetic studies are now beginning to apply genetic information to achieve personalized medicine, which is an innovative approach to patient management by considering individual differences based on genes, environment, and lifestyle.

Indonesia has a significant role in the development of nanosciences research and human genetics. Research in the field of nanoparticles, genetics, molecular biology, and infection have been carried out and has produced quite several publications and also application in the form of both national and international scene.

This conference will be useful for presenting the latest research results in the field of nanoparticles, nanotechnology, and human genetics in supporting the development of patient-based individual character therapy (personalized medicine) and healthcare in general terms.

This conference will be held in collaboration with Faculty of Medicine Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Indonesian Consortium of Biomedical Sciences (KIBI), Indonesian Doctor Association, Indonesian Dentists Association, with the title “First General Sudirman International Medical Conference “Nanoscience From Basic To Clinic – Current Status of Genetic Diseases In Indonesia.” Organizing a conference at the Faculty of Medicine Unsoed will undoubtedly show the existence of Indonesia as one of the centers of research, education, and development in the field of advanced human genetics and Nanosciences expertise.

 

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The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Rural Development (2nd ICSARD)

The agricultural sector of Indonesia comprises large plantations (both state-owned and private) and smallholder production modes. The large plantations tend to focus on commodities which are important export products (palm oil and rubber), while the smallholder farmers focus on rice, soybeans, corn, fruits and vegetables.Indonesia is a major global key producer of a wide variety of agricultural tropical products, and although agriculture's share of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) has declined markedly during the last five decades, it still provides income for the majority of Indonesian households today.

Achieving global food security whilst reconciling demands on the environment is the greatest challenge faced by mankind. By 2050 at least 9 billion people will need food, and increasing incomes and urbanization will inevitably lead to dietary change. The food security challenge will increasingly encompass the triple burden of malnutrition – under nutrition, obesity and micronutrient deficiencies. The urgency of the issues has led to huge scientific strides forwards, making it difficult to keep up with the rapidly expanding volume of scientific research.

Following the success of the 1stInternational Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Rural Development 2018 (1st ICSARD), the Faculty of Agriculture JenderalSoedirman University will host and organize the 2ndInternational Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Rural Development 2020 (2nd ICSARD).  The 2nd ICSARDaims to deliver state-of-the-art analysis, inspiring visions and innovative methods arising from research in a wide range of disciplines which have contribution in strengthening sustainable agriculture.The conference will address the food and agriculture system activities of processing, distributing and consuming food, as well as food production from crop, livestock, freshwater and marine sources; the availability, access, utilization and stability dimensions of food security; and the synergies and trade-offs between economic, environmental, health and social objectives and outcomes. The 2nd ICSARD, therefore,will bea valuable and beneficial forum for speakers, academicians, professionals and practitioners coming from universities, research institutions, government agencies and industries to share and exchange ideas, experience and recent progress in all aspects of sustainable agriculture and global food security.

It is a matter of great privilege for us to invite you to contribute research papers and participate in the deliberations of the conference. We look forward to welcome you at Purwokerto, home of JenderalSoedirman University, Indonesia.

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3rd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches for Sustainable Rural Development (ICMA-SURE)

Rural development is a process that seeks social change and sustainable economic development for the rural community´s ongoing progress. It aims to increase food production in a sustainable way and enhance food security. This will involve education initiatives, utilization of economic incentives and the development of appropriate and new technologies, thus ensuring stable supplies of nutritionally adequate food, access to those supplies by vulnerable groups, and production for markets; employment and income generation to alleviate poverty; and natural resource management and environmental protection. The ultimate goal is to improve their life quality and to preserve the environment. There are three basic needs in rural development for a sustainable future. The first one is improving millions of people´s welfare that live in the country (nearly half of the world population), thus reducing the rural-urban gap, stamping out poverty and preventing city migration. The second one is protecting and preserving natural, landscape and cultural resources. Last but not least is ensuring universal access to food with a sustainable farming production.

The 2013 World Monitoring Report of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) confirmed that the rural-urban gap still existed in the whole world. Illiteracy, lack of health care or poverty are some of the common problems affecting the country. Despite all these, international aid for rural areas has decreased two thirds in the past decades. Unsustainable behaviors and practices in the rural area have now become widespread. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation) describes a series of challenges in the Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development (SARD) process, namely: ensuring a sustainable diet for present and future generations; offering steady and sustainable jobs; reducing the vulnerability of the farming sector; maintaining or increasing the productive and regenerative capacity of natural resources.. Thus, it is important to appreciate the role of the rural world in the preservation of nature, create a local consumption culture, facilitate the formative and management resources for a sustainable economy, make urban societies aware of the importance of rural areas, and so on. In making central the role of rurality in sustainable development, it is important to consider the notion of innovation as achieving the goals laid out by FAO is not an easy task and requires new, innovative ways.

Innovation is central to the economic growth and development of any nation. It could greatly help to improve the life of rural poor people by proving new opportunities for development. In fact, the most of rural poor people are landless and therefore can not depend fully on the benefits of agricultural activities. Innovation is required to look at the new development activities and functions that create more employment opportunities in and outside agriculture in the rural sector. In the rural context, innovation approach provides new ways to solve the problems of rural people and to create new opportunities for rural development. In order to encourage rural innovation, a growing emphasis is being placed on the multidimensional approach to sustainable rural development, seeking to realize synergies from the links between development factors such as energy, health, education, water, food, gender, and economic growth. A paradigm shift is needed for a better understanding of rural innovation based on the recognition that rural people and communities are actually creative and they have been innovative over the time. Instead of merely trying to learn them how to innovate, scientists also must try to understand the various innovations they put in place in order to face multi-faceted rural development challenges. Scientists of multidiscipline background also have to work hand in hand with each other, as well as with rural communities, to initiate and develop innovative ways to make rural development sustainable for a long time. It could only be undertaken by knowledge sharing between many disciplines, ranging from management studies, social sciences, life sciences, marine science, and animal science to engineering. There is no better sphere to make the collaboration between scientists with a wide range of knowledge and skills works well than a conference. It is in this principle we will be hosting an international conference on multidiscipline approach for sustainable rural development. This year, the theme of this conference is “Multidisciplinary Research for Rural Innovation.”

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3rd KRIPIK-SCiFiMaS 2019

In the 2015, the Indonesian government announced the much-awaited vision, namely “Global Maritime Axis” that assign fisheries and marine affairs sector as the main pillar of national economic development. Indonesian marine and fisheries development adopted the concept of sustainable development paradigm “Blue Economy” (Pauli, 2010). Such a concept is the latest version of the green economy which is not only preserving and protecting ecosystems for sustainable use, but also puts the ecosystem as a subject and a model in the use of the ecosystem it self, by focusing on community involvement (social inclusiveness), creativity and innovation that can manage products and services in an efficient manner.


To support the policy, Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty, Jenderal Soedirman University in collaboration with the Center for Maritime Biosciences Studies organize the “3rd KRIPIK-SCiFiMaS 2019” with the theme “Sustainability of Aquatic Resources and Environment for Better Future” which scheduled on 29-30 July 2019 at Java Heritage Hotel Purwokerto, Indonesia. The conference is supported by the Inter-university Consortium of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Marine Sciences (CFAMS), ASEAN Fisheries Education Network (ASEAN-FEN), and Indonesian Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemristekdikti). To reinforce the Indonesian branding, we call this international conference “KRIPIK-SCiFiMaS”, which comes from the SCiFiMaS (Scientific Communication in Fisheries and Marine Science) tranlation in Bahasa Indonesia (KRIPIK: Komunikasi Riset Ilmiah Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan). The 1st and 2nd of KRIPIK-SCiFiMaS have been successfully held in 2016 and 2018.


An official ceremony of the 3rd KRIPIK-SCiFiMaS 2019 will be hopefully opened by DR. Muhammad Yusuf Kalla, Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia (to be confirmed). Several experts from CFAMS, ASEAN-FEN, Australia, South Korea, China, America, France, Germany, USA and Indonesia will share regarding the development of science and knowledge in the field of fisheries and marine science both as guest or expert speaker. It is estimated that more than 300 participants (student, researcher, academia and stakeholders) from ASEAN and other countries will participate in the conference.

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Seminar Nasional Fakultas Pertanian UNSOED

Memasuki era revolusi industri 4.0, berbagai aktivitas sosial, pendidikan, ekonomi dan lainnya selalu dikaitkan dengan penggunaan teknologi yang terintegrasi dengan jaringan internet. Kondisi ini membuat banyak sektor seperti sektor bisnis, pendidikan, dan administrasi mulai berevolusi. Lalu bagaimana dengan sektor pertanian di era revolusi 4.0? Konsep pengembangan pertanian yang banyak dikembangkan di negara maju saat ini adalah konsep pertanian cerdas, yang biasa juga disebut smart farming atau precision agriculture. Tujuan utama penerapan terknologi tersebut adalah untuk melakukan optimasi berupa peningkatan hasil (kualitas dan kuantitas) dan efisiensi penggunaan sumber daya yang ada. Di Indonesia sendiri, revolusi industri 4.0, terutama di sektor pertanian belum begitu berhasil berkembang. Hal ini disebabkan oleh beberapa factor (LINE Jobs, 2019): 1) petani Indonesia mayoritas berusia lebih dari 40 tahun dan lebih dari 70 persen petani berpendidikan rendah; 2) kepemilikan lahan pertanian para petani di Indonesia rata-rata di bawah 0.3 hektar; dan 3) teknologi baru belum sepenuhnya dapat diterima masyarakat. Oleh sebab itu Seminar Nasional Pertanian Berkelanjutan untuk Pengembangan Wilayah Perdesaan pada Era Revolusi Industri 4.0 ini berupaya untuk menemukan alternatif solusi dan memberikan rekomendasi dalam meningkatkan produksi pertanian yang berkelanjutan dan berwawasan perdesaan dengan menggunakan teknologi terkini.

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Soedirman's Internasional Conference On Mathematics and Applied Sciences (SICoMAS)

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Jenderal Soedirman University is pleased to present Soedirman’s International Conference on Mathematics and Applied Sciences (SICoMAS) 2019 . The conference aims to provide a platform for researchers, lecturers, teachers, students, practitioners, and industrial professionals from around the world to share knowledge, exchange idea, collaborate, and present research results in the field of  mathematics, physics, chemistry, and applied sciences. By taking issue “Innovation in Mathematics and Applied Sciences for Better Future”, the conference will be held from  October 23 to 24, 2019 at Java Heritage Hotel, Purwokerto, Indonesia.

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International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovative Researches (ICETIR)

ICETIR – International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovative Researches will be held on September 18th-19th, 2019 at Purwokerto, Central Java Indonesia. ICETIR aims to communicate the results of research in the field of engineering to jointly contribute to society through innovative research.

This Conference is Organized by Engineering Faculty, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia. The conference would offer a large number of invited lectures from renowned speakers all over the country. All accepted paper will be published in the Journal of Physics Conference Series (Scopus Indexed). Best paper awards will be given for the papers judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.

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