Maluku, the spice islands, has long been known as a paradise for the spice traders. Also known recently as the thousand island province, these islands have attracted many traders from various countries since 14th century. Not only because the islands were flourish with nutmeg and clove but also the surrounding ocean contain unmatched richness in marine resources. Indonesia is now the third largest producer of fisheries products and Maluku has been the main exporter of tuna, sea cucumber, squid, lobster, grouper and sea weed for decades.Read more...
The conference will:
- explore existing and emerging challenges around environmental and resource sustainability
- identify collaborative multidisciplinary opportunities to explore emerging innovation and business opportunities
- develop strategies to address Indonesia’s National Research Priorities
Output of the conference
- The existence of platform for all stake holders to exchange knowledge and technology for development of small islands in Maluku in sustainable manner.
- Maluku will be well known among other country for its richness in natural resources, culture and its beauty
- A comprehensive recommendation for development of Maluku based on inovative science and technologieis.
- Proceeding that is indexed by Scopus
In line with the theme “Adapting to a changing world: Challenges and solutions for small islands”, the topics in this conferences are directed to answer problems faced by coastal community. Therefore, topics chosen in this conference including:
- Marine tourism
- Threats to ecosystems
- Maritime health
- Marine biodiversity and bioprospecting
- Marine technology
International Scientific Board
- Dr. Maria Beger (Leeds University, United Kingdom)
- Prof. Dr. Stephen Smith (National Marine Science Centre, Southern Cross University, Australia)
- Prof. Dr. Kirsten Benkendorff (Southern Cross University,Australia)
- Prof. Dr. Willem Renema (Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden Netherlands)
- Prof. Laszlo Szekely, MD, P.hD.
- Prof. Dr. Serge Andrefouet (IRD, France)
- Prof. Dr. Kei Kawai (Kagoshima University, Japan)
Indonesian Scientific Board
- Dr. A. S. W. Retraubun
- Dr. Ir. A. S. Khouw, M.Phil.
- dr. Bertha Que, M.Si.
- Ir. W. R. Hetharia, M.App.Sc
- Dr. Jamaluddin Jompa
- Dr. Ocky Karna Rajasa
Prof. Dr. Bambang Permadi Soemantri Brodjonegoro
Minister of Research and Technology /
National Research and Innovation Agency of The Republic of Indonesia
National and international researchers and lecturers will present their scientific projects in this conference. Both oral and poster presentation will be accomodated in this conference.
It is expected that researcher, lecturers, students and any representatives from academic, govermnet and NGO’s will attend this conference
- Rp. 1.500.000,- (Domestic);
- $100.- (International)
- Participant: Free
- Proceeding Indexed by Scopus
Prof. M. J. Saptenno, SH., M.Hum.
(Rector of Pattimura University)
1. Prof. Dr. Leiwakabessy, M.Si. (VR I)
2. Dr. Jantje Tjiptabudi, SH., M.Hum. (VR2)
3. Dr. Yusuf Madubun, M.Si. (VR3)
4. Dr. Muspida, M.Si (VR IV)
1. Dr. Gino V. Limmon (Chairman)
2. Dr. J. M. S. Tetelepta(Vice Chairman)
3. Dr. Ir. L. Siahainenia, M.Si. (Secretary)
4. Dr. Ir. J. A. Pattikawa, M.Sc. (Secretary)
5. Dr. Ir. H. Nanlohy, M.Si. (Treasurer)
6. Ir. M. A. Tuapattinaja, M.Si.(Treasurer)
7. Ir. Pr. A. Uneputty M.Phill