HISAS 16 Infographic

150

Paper Submissions

27

Universities

4

Countries

41

Papers Accepted

420

Authors

Welcome Address

It is an honor for us to present the 16th Hokkaido Indonesian Student Association Scientific Meeting that will take place at Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University on March 16, 2019. Since 2001, we have actively arranged this meeting as an academic platform for Indonesian young scientists to communicate, to discuss, and to share the latest, advanced, and valuable research framework across multidisciplinary areas. Our discussions lead to the decision that it is best to bring Integrated Science for Improving Disaster Risk Management in Indonesia as the theme for this year’s meeting; aiming to enhance our awareness towards disaster which often occurs in Indonesia. A range of scopes will be discussed in this meeting, i.e., health and life science, innovation of science and technology, environmental and social impact assessment, and agriculture and food security. We are looking forward to welcoming you for an inspiring and enjoyable scientific forum in the winter wonderland Sapporo, Japan.

Philip Anggo Krisbiantoro,

Chairman of 16th HISAS

An enormous 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia, Palu, struck and increased the death toll up to 2113 people with 1000 people still missing as it triggered a devastating 6 meters tsunami on September 28, 2018. Prior to that event, on September 6 2018, earthquake with magnitude 6.6 also hit Hokkaido, specifically in Eastern Iburi and it increased the death toll up to 16 people with 26 people still missing. Seeing such series of events happen in relatively short period, considering that disasters are not only caused by natural phenomenon but anthropogenic activity as well, we believe that research pertaining to minimizing the risk of disaster through reducing vulnerability and providing information to people regarding the disasters play a major role to achieve a disaster-resilient Indonesia. Researchers, as the agent of innovation, could play essential and significant contribution to bringing this aspiration to the reality. 16th HISAS gives young researchers an opportunity to gather, to share their research results, to find new contacts, and to have fruitful discussions that could contribute to the success of the meeting. We expect that 16th HISAS will benefit all parties involved to work together to develop the sustainable and resilient society.

Isnanto Solihin Yugo Pratomo,

President of PPI Hokkaido

Accepted Papers

Scopes

Health and Life Science

Health and Life Science

• Pharmaceutical Science
• Clinical Disaster Management
• Veterinary Disaster Management

Innovation of Science and Technology

Innovation of Science and Technology

• Disaster Early Warning System
• Infrastructure Design
• GIS, Mapping and Navigation

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment

• Social Impact, Adaptation and Resilience
• Sustainable Environment and Renewable Energy
• Climate Variability and Climate Change

Agriculture and Food Security

Agriculture and Food Security

• Agriculture Risk Management
• Livestock Management
• Fisheries

Paper Submission is Closed

Our Speakers

Here are our speakers that will deliver their expertise on our event
Prof. Yuichiro Tanioka

Prof. Yuichiro Tanioka

Professor of Institute of Seismology and Volcanology, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University

Riyanti Djalante, Ph.D

Riyanti Djalante, Ph.D

United Nations University-Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainable

Sastia Prama Putri, Ph.D.

Sastia Prama Putri, Ph.D.

Department of Biotechnology, Osaka University, Japan

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