Poster presentation guidelines
- The conference committee values poster presentation with the same importance as the oral presentation.
- There will be a dedicated time for poster presentation where all participants can have a constructive discussion with the poster presenters.
- The estimated duration is 30 minutes. During that time, there will be no invited or contributed talk activities other than the poster session, thus all participants are encouraged to come to the poster session.
- Poster presenters are requested to stand next to their poster during the session.
- All posters should be prepared in advance and brought to the conference by the presenters.
- The conference committees are NOT able to receive any posters by mail in advance, print or transport posters.
- There will NOT be facilities on-site for printing or composing posters.
- The conference committee will NOT provide a poster board.
- Each poster should be no larger than X Stand Banner (sampel) measuring 60 cm (width) × 160 cm (height) and in PORTRAIT orientation.
- Each poster should include a title, name, affiliation of the presenter(s) and number #25xxx.
- Each poster should be visible and readable.
- Each poster will be displayed around the auditorium for public viewing.
- The conference committee expects that presenter does realize that a poster is a tool for explaining the full paper so that the design and the size should be prepared with such a goal in mind.
- Poster award will be bestowed to the best poster presenter.
- Poster sampel
List of poster presenters
|1||#25388||Iput Kasiyanto||Model Predictive Control of Precision Air Conditioning System with Secondary Condenser||PP|
|DISPERSION OF RADIOIODINE-131 RADIOACTIVE AIRBORNE THE FORM OF ORGANIC IODINE (CH3I), INORGANIC (HOI) AND ELEMENTAL (I2) FROM STACK TO OUTDOOR SETTLEMENTS AROUND RADIOISOTOPE PRODUCTION FACILITY IN INDONESIA||PP|
Hayati Sari Hasibuan,
|IMPACTS OF LAND USE AND RIVER BASIN LAND COVER CHANGES ON WATER QUALITY OF CIRACAB RIVER, INDONESIA||PP|
|4||#25430||Dwinanto Suberlian||Factors Affecting the Perception of the Local Community in maintaining the sustainability of the Setu Babakan Betawi Cultural Village in South Jakarta||PP|
|5||#25461||Merita N/A Gidarjati||Emission Inventory and Prediction of Road Transportation Sources in DKI Jakarta Based on Auto Cohort Model with Emission Sub Model||PP|
|6||#25462||Agus Dharma Tohjiwa||THE EXISTENCE OF HISTORIC AREA IN TERNATE ISLAND UNDER PRESURE OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT||PP|
|7||#25494||Martya Rahmaniati Makful||Effect of Unwanted Pregnancy on Antenatal Care in Rural and Urban Areas in Indonesia||PP|
|8||#25621||Yessi Rahmawati||Natural Disaster Mitigation Strategies To Achieve Indonesia Disaster Response: An Indonesiaâ€™s Economics Of Natural Disaster Analysis||PP|
|9||#25696||Nurwita Mustika Sari,
|Identification of Waste Disposal Site (TPS) in Parts of Muara Angke, North Jakarta Using Aerial Remote Sensing Data to Support the Existence of Sustainable Big City Coastal Area||PP|
|10||#25743||Mekkadinah||Monitoring System for Producing and Utilizing Fly Ash and Bottom Ash Waste from Coal Fired Power Plant to support the cost efficiency of infrastructure development||PP|
|Solid Waste Management Strategy Based on SWOT Analysis at DKI Jakarta, Indonesia||PP|
M Edi Armanto, Didik Susetyo,
Iwan Adi Radiatmoko,
|Sustainable development strategies for the hinterland KTM Telang, Banyuasin District, Indonesia||PP|
|13||#25774||Rijali Isnain Haripa,
Tito Latif Indra
|Property Index and Hydrophysical Conditions of Soils at Subsidence in Ponjong, Rongkop and Semanu Subdistricts, Gunung Kidul District||PP|
|14||#25799||Iwan Adi Ratmoko||Analytic Network Process For Zonation Review of Sembilang National Park, Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatera Province, Indonesia.||PP|
|15||#25812||Niantiara Ajeng Saraswati||Spatial Temporal Mangrove Forest Change in Teluk Lembar Coastal Region, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara||PP|
Sari Viciawati Machdum,
Fadhlillah Zata Radhiyya
|Conflict as Group Dynamics and Conflict-Handle Intention in Housewife Community of Community Empowerment Programs||PP|
|17||#25849||Radhen Inthan Leothriansari Vutaco||Rob Flood Modeling Using Cellular Automata in DKI Jakarta Province||PP|
|18||#25850||Ismi Miradiani||SOLID WASTE REDUCTION FROM RECREATION AREA IN ANCOL INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT||PP|
|19||#25882||Irfan Nugraha||Violence Against Indigenous Common Sense: Rethinking the problematic of translating the indignity common sense ontology by representative of state agency at Korowayâ€™s community landscape, Southern Papua||PP|