The aim objective of “ICST 2021” is to bring together leading academicians, researchers, scholars and administrators from all over the world to exchange and share their experience and research about all aspects of Basic Science, Engineering
and Technology and discuss the practical challenges encountered and solution.
“Advancing Science and Technology Innovation on post-disaster resilience: challenges and opportunities for a better word”
Prof. Athanasius P. Bayuseno
Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang – Indonesia
Prof. Athanasius P Bayuseno is a Professor in Materials Science and Engineering at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Diponegoro University. He received a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia; MSc (Applied Physics) from Curtin University, Western Australia, and Ph.D. (Mineralogy) from the Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany, respectively. His teaching interests are in Ceramics, Materials Science, and Engineering. Research interests cover many aspects of ceramics design, applied crystallography including the new material synthesis and characterization as well as waste processing. He has published research articles in Scopus indexing International Journal and Proceeding more than 100 papers. Now he has the Scopus h-index of 12.
Prof. Biswajeet Pradhan
Centre of Advenced Modelling and Geospital Informatin System (CAMGIS) University of Technology sidney
Distinguished Professor Biswajeet Pradhan is an internationally established scientist in the field of Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing and image processing, complex modelling/geo-computing, machine learning and soft-computing applications, natural hazards and environmental modelling and remote sensing of Earth observation. He is the Director of the Centre for Advanced Modelling and Geospatial Information Systems (CAMGIS) at the Faculty of Engineering and IT. He is also the distinguished professor at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is listed as the World’s most Highly Cited researcher by Clarivate Analytics Report in five consecutive years from 2016-2020 as one of the world’s most influential mind. From 2018-2020, he has been awarded as World Class Professor by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Indonesia. He is a recipient of Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship from Germany. In 2011, he received his habilitation in “Remote Sensing” from Dresden University of Technology, Germany. Between 2015-2021, he served as “Ambassador Scientist” for Alexander Humboldt Foundation, Germany.
Professor Pradhan has received 55 awards since 2006 in recognition of his excellence in teaching, service and research. Few examples of his awards include (1) Springer Best Proceedings Editor Award for the 1st Conference of the Arabian Journal of Geosciences (CAJG 2018), 12–15 November 2018, Hammamet, Tunisia; (2) Research Star Award by the Malaysian Ministry of Education (2017), (3) Excellent Researcher Award, University Putra Malaysia (2013), and several others.
He has completed 23 research projects amounting to USD 14 Million. He is a member of many international professional bodies such as Committee of Space research (COSPAR), Senior Member of IEEE, United Nations Outer Space Research Programme (UNOOSA) and many more. He sits as board member of many national programs in South-East Asia. He is a regular reviewer for many international bodies alike European Science Foundation, Dutch Research Council, Austrian Science Foundation, Research Council UK (RCUK), Swiss National Science Foundation, Belgian Remote Sensing Program and many more.
He is the Associate Editor and Editorial Member in more than 10 ISI journals. He has delivered 40 keynote and invited talks at international conferences. He has edited and reviewed more than 2500 articles. He has supervised 37 PhD students (21 graduated, 15 as primary supervisor); 10 MSc students (with thesis), 9 graduated as primary supervisor; and 30 MSc students by course work.
Prof. Pradhan has developed a strong research national network internationally with organisations and universities in Malaysia, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, Vietnam, Turkey, Thailand, South Korea, Mexico, Egypt, Canada, Iran, and Indonesia. ProfessorPradhan has widely travelled abroad visiting more than 52 countries to present his research findings.
Prof. Marlia Mohd. Hanafiah
Centre of Climate Change Sistem
Environmental Engineering, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Assoc. Prof. Marlia Mohd. Hanafiah is The Head of Centre for Tropical Climate Change System, Institute of Climate Change Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. She’s concern research is about Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCA) and Environmental Foot printing of Green Materials and Energy, Water Footprint, Wastewater Treatment & Water Management, Environmental Engineering and Green Technology & Sustainability. She’s complete Ph.D study at Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Out of more than 97 has been published in science citation index (SCI/SCIE) technical journals. He has written three books and fifteen book chapters and also 6 magazine. She completed around RM 6,284,719.00 of external/internal research grant and consultation (as project leader & team member)
On her career, she received 9 award as Anugerah Bitara UKM: Ahli Akademik Harapan, UKM. 2020, KNovasi Competition: Bronze medal for active learning competition. 2020, Excellent Supervisor Award (Graduate-on-time), Faculty of Science and Technology, UKM. 2018, Best Poster Award, International Conference on Clean Water, Air & Soil (CleanWAS 2018). Bali, Indonesia, Penerbitan artikel jurnal melebihi 10 dan ke atas pada tahun 2017. UKM. 2017,Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Award Scheme for publishing research papers in high impact journals (Quartile 1 Journals). 2016, Excellent Service Award (APC),Faculty of Science and Tecnology,UKM.2015, Fellowship Program in Green/Sustainability Chemistry. 2016. OPCW headquarters, the Hague, Netherlands, and (nominated) Sponsorship for attending and presenting at Water Security and Climate Change (WSCC): Challenges and Opportunities in Asia Conference. 2016. Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.
Rizki Mardian, P.hD
University of Edinburgh, scotland – United Kindom
Rizki Mardian received his BS degree in Computer Science from University of Indonesia in 2009, MS degree and PhD degree in Micro-Nano Systems Engineering from Nagoya University (of Japan) in 2013 and 2016 respectively. He was part of JSPS Kiban-S Molecular Robotics project, and his study was fully funded by MEXT: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, of Japan. From 2016 to 2018, he was a postdoctoral research associate working in a project funded by DARPA (an agency within the US Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies) at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and Biological Design Center, Boston University, USA. He built an automated data analytics platform, named GARUDA, for extracting hidden insights from a large biology datasets using machine-learning approaches. From 2018 to 2020, he served as the Head of Data Science and Analytics in a variety of tech startups in Indonesia where he managed a team of data scientists and data engineers, to design, build, and manage built the big-data engineering pipeline machine learning platforms, and data science and predictive analytics products. From 2021, he joined the Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry, and Biotechnology at the University of Edinburgh as a postdoc working on the computational design of large scale synthetic genetic circuits based on a split-inteins technology in a single and multi-cellular environments. His expertise includes but not limited to: synthetic biology, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and evolutionary computation.