International Conference

International Conference

 

Recent Submissions

  • Ariadi, Tomi; Setiawan, Theresita Herni (Universitas Bung Hatta dan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 2012)
    Development of the construction industry car not be separated from the participation of the construction companies in development of Indonesia which is determined by the resources involved in it. In an earlier study also ...
  • Setiawan, Theresita Herni (Universitas Bung Hatta dan Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 2012)
    Success of the project comes from a group of people that are well-organized and use the proper tools and knowledge and suitable when handling a project. Intrapersonal ability possessed by construction project engineers in ...
  • Pawitan, Gandhi; Nawangpalupi, Catharina Badra; Ng. T. Tuan (Kerjasama antara Economics Faculty Parahyangan Catholic University and Politeknik APP Jakarta (Ministry of Industry), 2018)
    The entrepreneurship ecosystem plays a key role for achieving global competitiveness. This paper aims to analyze entrepreneurship ecosystem in different phases of entrepreneurial activities in achieving global competitiveness. ...
  • Satya, Putu Agung Nara Indra Prima; Lase, Formas Juitan (Universitas Hindu Indonesia, Denpasar Bali, 2018)
    Balinese-Hinduism culture consists of many philosophical brands that originated from the teaching of peace. Tri Hita Karana is one of the teachings that undisputedly fit in these criteria. Tri Hita Karana brings us three ...
  • Susanti, Ida (Universitas Andalas - Ikatan Ahli Kebencanaan Indonesia Padang, 2018)
    Indonesia is a vulnerable country to disaster. Because almost all islands in Indonesia has its volcanoes, Indonesia is in the ring of fire, which potentially triggers volcano eruption disaster. Moreover, earthquake, flood, ...
  • Loedy, Neilshan; Lesmono, Julius Dharma; Limansyah, Taufik (Universitas Negeri Surabaya, 2018)
    In this paper, we propose an inventory model with inventory-dependent demand, deterioration, all-units discount and return. Conditions considered in the model are reflected in the real life when a retailer deal with products ...
  • Rusli, Steven Reinaldo; Trusnojoyo, Randy Rivaldy; Annisa, Anri Noor; Marlim, Malvin Samuel; Yudianto, Doddi; Adidarma, Wanny Kristianty (Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta, 2018)
    While numerous hydrological modeling are derived based on empirical studies, development of physical-based modeling are no less massive. Catchment characteristics are included in many models, although direct quantitative ...
  • Pratikna, Rizka Nugraha; Gamayanto, Indra; Iskandarsyah, Triyana; Angelina, Fenny (Monash University Australia, 2018)
    The development of information technology cannot be prevented, the development makes every university should be able to develop itself to be able to cope with these developments, needed reliable human resources and adequate ...
  • Elvira M., Sylvia Fettry (Andalas University in collaboration with Ikatan Ahli Kebencanaan Indonesia, 2018)
    Disasters can cause a significant financial loss on the human livelihoods. Indonesia is located in very vulnerable area to disasters. So that Indonesia needs a good disaster management to handle any possible disasters ...
  • Kumar, Jeeten; Joewono, Tri Basuki (Universiti Teknologi Petronas Malaysia, 2018)
    Shopping activities are an integral part of daily activities for people, and the growing existence of application-based transport mode, well known as ride-sourcing, gives an additional options. Ride-sourcing is believed ...
  • Arie, Arenst Andreas; Cakan, Rezan Demir (International Union of Materials Research Societies, Seoul South Korea, 2018)
    In this work, hard carbons were prepared from the Indonesian rambutan peel using the combination method of hydrothermal carbonization and KOH activation (RPHC). Based on the morphology and physical characterizations, RPHC ...
  • Tobing, John Anthony Manogari (Society of International Economic Law & American University Wahington College of Law, 2018)
    A few states in Asia and Latin America have recently embarked on an overhaul of their investment treaty program by terminating and renegotiating the states’ bilateral investment treaties (BITs). While that is commonly ...
  • Budiningsih, Catharina Ria (School of Law, Singapore Management University, 2018)
    Universal Declaration of Human Rights and several international treaties stipulate that health is a basic human right. Drugs are important components of health. TRIPS set minimum standards of IPR rules that must be obeyed ...
  • Suryantari, Risti; Flaviana (National University of Singapore, 2018)
    A Smart material can adapt to the external influences such as pressure, temperature, humidity, pH, electric or magnetic fields, an example is liquid crystal. Liquid crystal materials also can be applied for thermal mapping ...
  • Novieningtyas, Annisaa; Elisabeth, Evelyne; Pratikna, Rizka Nugraha (Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research (SIBR), 2018)
    According to the Ministry of Industry of the Republic of Indonesia, Textile and Textile Products Industry (TPT) is one of the industries that is being prioritized to be developed because it has a strategic role in the ...
  • Setiadi, Steffie; Dwikardana, Sapta (UKRIDA, 2017)
    This study aims to get a picture of business competition in the Indonesia music education industry nowadays . Differentiation business models is believed as one of the competition hallmarks, showed by International ...
  • Chendra, Erwinna; Liem, Chin; Sukmana, Agus (Universitas Negeri Padang, 2017)
    Employee Stock Options (ESOs) are stock options granted by companies to their employees. Unlike standard options that can be traded by typical institutional or individual investors, employees cannot sell or transfer their ...
  • Mandala, Ariani; Santoso, Amirani Ritva (Architecture Department, Universitas Islam Indonesia Yogyakarta, 2017)
    The aim of this study is to assess five daylighting calculation method commonly used in architectural study. The methods used include hand calculation methods ( SNI/DPMB method and BRE Daylighting Protractors), scale models ...
  • Joewono, Tri Basuki (Hasanuddin University Makassar, 2017)
    Shopping trip is classical topic in travel behavior study, while most of the study employed empirical data from developed countries. This study aims to analyze the reasons of customers to visit their selected shop. Data ...
  • Sutandi, Anastasia Caroline (International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE) Yogyakarta, 2016)
    Waste management is a complex problem in Indonesia. There are waste and waste disposal heaps at many locations, for examples in residential areas, traditional markets, sightseeing locations, unused-land, drains and road ...
  • Tamba, Tua Agustinus; Nazaruddin, Yul Y. (Elsevier, 2018)
    The cryogenic separation process is typically used to extract specific components of the air in high purity gas or liquid forms. This paper proposes a computational approach for synthesizing optimal and suboptimal tracking ...
  • Tamba, Tua Agustinus; Nazaruddin, Yul Y. (Elsevier, 2018)
    Networked control systems (NCS) typically utilize networks of computers and communication links to automatically monitor and manage the plant-sensor-controller-actuator interactions and data exchanges. One important issue ...
  • Tamba, Tua Agustinus; Nazaruddin, Yul Y. (The Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers Inc., 2018)
    This paper presents a distributed resilient control approach for a vehicle platooning system wherein the utilized communication network is subject to a type of cyber attack called denial-of-service. The proposed approach ...
  • Lim, Aswin; Rahardjo, Paulus Pramono (Andalas University and Ikatan Ahli Kebencanaan, 2018)
    This article presents five failure cases of retaining wall which are obtained from literatures and some personal documentations. One case is located in Singapore, two cases are located in Taiwan, and other two cases are ...
  • Kosasih, Elsje; Yuniawati, Atty; Suryaputra, Verawati; Limijaya, Amelia (Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2018)
    This research aims at developing a model for calculating cost of laundry services performed by small-scale laundry businesses which incorporates environmental impact and costs into the model. The activity-based costing ...

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