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  THE 8th HOKKAIDO INDONESIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION SCIENTIFIC MEETING

”Multi-Disciplinary Scientists as Indonesia Resources towards Society Welfare Equality and Environmental Sustainability”

Room A-101, Building A, 1st Floor, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan

Kita 13, Nishi 8, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 060-8628, Japan


1. Introduction

Indonesia acknowledges that environmental sustainability plays an important role to achieve society welfare equality. A sustainable environment would improve the quality of human life which then could be accessed by all individual citizens and future generations. Along with other nations in the United Nations (UN), Indonesia has pledged to implement the environment sustainability program (Millennium Development Goal No. 7) in the country’s development program. Success of the implementation does not only depend on Indonesia’s government and UN but also on all Indonesia’s elements, i.e., human resources, importantly.

Currently increasing number of Indonesian students are studying at a number of universities in Hokkaido, who are spread in Sapporo, Tomakomai, Kushiro, Muroran, Obihiro, and Hakodate. Concerning Indonesia’s human resource development, Indonesia Student Association in Hokkaido (PPI Hokkaido) establishes a mission to support the Indonesian students who are studying in excellent universities in Hokkaido, Japan. Simultaneously, PPI Hokkaido encourages Indonesian students to give real contribution and get involved actively in Indonesia’s development. To accommodate this, PPI Hokkaido annually holds a scientific meeting among Indonesian students in Hokkaido in order to increase the ability on problem-solving by gaining various knowledge from various field of studies, and to formulate an integrated approach from these various field of studies to offer an innovative solution for Indonesia’s development. In this scientific meeting, all participants, who are mostly young researchers, will exchange their ideas and research experiences to achieve the purposes.

In the Eighth Hokkaido Indonesian Student Association Scientific Meeting, all participants will be required not only to share their ongoing researches and their research plan for master degree students, but also to present and offer an implementation method from their researches to resolve the current problems occurring in Indonesia. This requirement is expected to highlight a real contribution of Indonesian students in Hokkaido to promote better solution for Indonesia’s development.

In this scientific meeting, outstanding professionals will be invited to share their expertise in the Keynote Lectures activity. Following this activity is the Discussion Panel activity where Indonesian students will present their researches.


2. Name of Program and Theme

Name: The Eighth Hokkaido Indonesian Student Association Scientific Meeting
Theme: Multi-Disciplinary Scientists as Indonesia Resources towards Society Welfare Equality and Environmental Sustainability


3. Objectives

The objectives for holding the scientific meeting are as followings :

  • To practice and increase the problem solving capability of Indonesian students.
  • To exchange the knowledge and scientific information among Indonesian students.
  • To strengthen friendship and networking among Indonesian students who are studying in several universities in Hokkaido.


4. Activities

Keynote Lectures:

    1. Prof. Edison Munaf
    (Education Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia – Tokyo)
    2. Dr. Sri Murniningtyas
    (Forestry Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia – Tokyo)
    3. Dr. Tetra Yanuariadi
    (Department of Forestry of Republic Indonesia, International Trade Timber Organization)
    4. Prof. Shunitz Tanaka
    (Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University)
Oral Presentations

Research paper presentation will be carried out by Indonesian students in panel system. The number of presented paper is expected to be 12 to 15 papers.

Poster Presentations

Poster presentation session is available for Indonesian students who are willing to present their study in poster medium.

Sessions

Scientific sessions are divided into three topics :

  • Session 1: Natural Resources and Earth Sciences
  • Session 2: Law, Education and Environmental Management
  • Session 3: Engineering and Information System


5. Venue and Time Schedule

Venue: Room A-101, Building A, 1st Floor, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan.
Time Schedule:

    Date: February 6th, 2010
    Time: 09.00 – 17.00 (Local time)


6. Participants

All members of Indonesian Student Association in Hokkaido are eligible to actively participate in this program. Furthermore, those of students and researchers who are not member are encouraged to join this scientific meeting either as participants or observers.


7. Call for Participants

It is with enthusiasm that we announce “The 8th Hokkaido Indonesian Student Association Scientific Meeting (HISAS 8)” , which will be held:

Date : Saturday February 6th, 2010
Venue : Room A-101, Building A, 1st Floor, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Japan.

We warmly invite you to participate in this unique opportunity to network, exchange knowledge and get updated on the latest development in several interesting field. Come and share in the excitement of scientific session, as well as the beauty of Hokkaido University and the city, Sapporo.

How to participate?
Please fill the application as formatted in the attachment file ( submission_informat ion HISAS), and send by E-mail to: hisas8.2010@ gmail.com
Write the title of your E-mail as follows:
Your name, your faculty.
Example: Barack Obama, Law.