Frontiers in Chemical Sciences for Health, Food, Energy, Sustainability, and Innovation in Chemistry Education
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it gives me great pleasure to invite you to be part of the 1st joint international conference on research in chemistry and chemical education (JCRCCE) which will be held in Bandung from 6 to 7 September 2022. This conference is the biannual meeting of academia, researchers and practitioner from across the country and the globe, and is organized by HKI west Java and Banten in collaboration with Department of Chemistry, Indonesia University of Education. This also involved 13 other Indonesian National universities and research institutes as co-hosts. This provides new great opportunities for collaboration and to network not only with international but also national participants.
The theme for the 2022 JCRCCE is “Frontiers in Chemical Sciences for Health, Food, Energy, Sustainability, and Innovation in Chemical Education”. We are confident that this conference will be a successful scientific gathering and will give a better platform for all participants to engage in meaningful conversations and share research ideas. This conference intends to bring together researchers, academicians, chemical engineers, chemists, scientists and industrialists from across the world to discuss cutting-edge research and development, as well as identify futuristic trends and needs in the domains of chemistry and related fields such as Foods, health, energy, advanced materials, chemoinformatic, environmental chemistry, chemical education etc. that are all growing research fields in the future. It will include keynote and invited lectures, oral and poster presentations from distinguished professors and participants The attendees will get also the opportunity to share ideas as well as develop professional relationships and locate global partners for future collaboration.
We look forward to welcoming you to be part of JCRCCE in Bandung, 2022. We are sure that it will be an intellectually exciting and enjoyable event for all.
Daniel T. Gryko
Young Gun Ko
Sri Juari Santosa
Kiki Adi Kurnia
R.M. Tatas Hardo Panintingjati Brotosudarmo
Muhamad Abdulkadir Martoprawiro
Dyah Iswantini Pradono
Grand Mercure Bandung Setiabudi, Indonesia
Address: Jalan Dr. Setiabudi no. 269-275 Bandung 40154, Indonesia
Phone: +62 22 82 000 000
President of HKI
Muhammad Abdulkadir Martoprawiro, Ph.D.
Head of HKI region West Java-Banten
Head of HKI region Jakarta
Head of HKI region West Kalimantan
Head of Department of Chemistry Education UPI
Head of Department of Chemistry Unjani
Head of Department of Chemistry UIN Sunan Gunung Djati
Head of Department of Chemistry Education UIN Sunan Gunung Djati
Head of Department of Chemistry ITB
Head of Department of Chemistry IPB
Head of Department of Chemistry Universitas Pertamina
Head of Department of D3 Chemical Analyst AKA Bogor
Head of Department of Chemistry Unpad
Head of Department of Chemistry Uniga
Head of Department of Chemistry Ummi Sukabumi
Head of Department of Chemistry Unpak
Head of Department of Chemistry Education Untirta
Head of Department of Chemistry Universitas Pertamina
Fitri Khoerunnisa, Ph.D. (UPI)
Dr. Arie Hardian (Unjani)
Dr. Ade Heri Mulyati (Unpak)
Dr. Muhammad Yudhistira Azis (ITB)
Dr. Dikhi Firmansyah, S.Si., M.Si. (ITB)
Riza Apriani, M.Si. (Uniga)
Dr. Yulia Sukmawardani (UIN SGD)
Muhammad Fathurrahman, M.Si. (Unpak)
Dr. rer. nat. Robby Zidny (Untirta)
Eko Prabowo Hadisantoso, M.PKim. (UIN SGD)
Reza Mulyawan, S.Si., M.Si. (AKA Bogor)
Uswatun Hasanah, M.Si. (Unpak)
Stephen, S.Si. (ITB)
Issana Pramordha Wardhani, S.Si. (Unjani)
Eunike Kartika Salduna, S.Si. (ITB)
Naufal Hanif Kusuma (ITB)
Abraham Mora, S.Si., M.Si. (UPI)
Hafiz Aji Aziz, S.Si., M.Sc. (UPI)
Amelinda Pratiwi, M.Si. (UPI)
Triannisa Rahmawati, M.Si. (UPI)
Vidia Nur Afina, M.Sc. (UPI)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Asep Supriadin, M.Si. – UIN Sunan Gunung Djati
Prof. Dr. Anna Permanasari, M.Si. – Unpak
Prof. Ir. M. Ali Zulfikar, Ph.D. – ITB
Prof. Dr. Yana Maolana Syah – ITB
Prof. Dr. Zeily Nurochman – ITB
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Veinardi Suendo – ITB
Prof. Dr. Unang Supratman – Unpad
Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Rafi, M.Si. – IPB
Prof. Dr. Dra. Dyah Iswantini Pradono, MScAgr. – IPB
Prof. Dr. Asep Kadarrohman, M.Si. – UPI
Prof. Dr. Agus Setiabudi, M.Si. – UPI
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anceu Murniati – Unjani
Dr. Eng. Agus Haryono, M.Sc. – BRIN
Sri Redjeki Setyawati, M.Si. – Poltek AKA Bogor
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Eng. Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, M.Eng. – Editor-in-Chief – Ind Journal of Sci and Tech
Prof. Dr. Agustinus Agung Nugroho – Editor-in-Chief – Journal of Math and Fund Sci
Dr. Iman Rusmana – Editor-in-Chief – Hayati Journal of Biosciences
Indah Langitasari, M.Pd. – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal EduChemia
Ferly Septi Irwansyah, M.Si. – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal Tadris Kimiya
Assyifa Junitasari, M.Si. – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal Al-Kimiya
Dr. Arie Hardian – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal Kartika Kimia
Prof. Dr. R. Ukun M.S. Soedjana A. – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal Chimica et Natura Acta
Dr. Galuh Yuliani – Editor-in-Chief – Chemica Isola
Dr. Ade Heri Mulyati, M.Si – Editor-in-Chief – Helium: Journal of Science and Applied Chemistry
Dr. Sandra Hermanto – Editor-in-Chief – Jurnal Kimia Valensi
Prof. Dr. Ivandini Tribidasari Anggraningrum – Editor-in-Chief – Makara Journal of Science
Submission of abstract and full paper is done fully online with Konfrenzi and NOT by email. Please choose one of the available methods based on the device you use then follow the instructions. Best presenter will be awarded a total grand prize of 400 USD.
|Early Bird||Late or Regular||Early Bird||Late or Regular|
|International Presenter||USD 125||USD 150||USD 40||USD 65|
|Indonesian Presenter*||IDR 1.500.000||IDR 1.750.000||IDR 500.000||IDR 750.000|
|International Student Presenter||USD 90||USD 115||USD 25||USD 40|
|Indonesian Student Presenter*||IDR 1.250.000||IDR 1.500.000||IDR 300.000||IDR 500.000|
|International Non-Presenter||USD 80||USD 90||USD 5||USD 10|
|Indonesian Non-Presenter||IDR 1.000.000||IDR 1.250.000||IDR 50.000||IDR 100.000|
Note: Publication fee excluded
* HKI member gets 20% discount
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Supa Hannongbua is a Professor in Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science Kasetsart University, Thailanda. She got her PhD in Innsbruck University in 1991, Austria. Her research interests are based on Computer-Aided Molecular Modelling and Drug Design, Protein-based drug design, Bioinformatics, Cheminformatics, Conducting polymer, Polyaromatic Hydrocarbon and Green Chemistry. Through these researches, she has published about 170 publications, and 5 Book Chapters. She has been awarded TWAS Young Scientist Award in Thailand (2002), and L’Oreal for Women in Science (2006). Between 2011 – 2013, she has been appointed as the the Secretary-General of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS), and IUPAC National Representative of Divisions (2012-2013, Chemistry and Environment Division; 2014 – 2015 Physical Chemistry Division). She was the Vice-president of the Chemical Society of Thailand (2007-2015), and followed by President of Chemical Society of Thailand (2017-present).
Rodolfo Cruz-Silva works on carbon nanomaterials and polymers as a research professor. He is currently working on water filtration membranes. He has been Professor COI Global Aqua Innovation Center, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan, since 2014. He earned his doctorate in polymer science from the Applied Chemistry Research Center (CIQA) in Saltillo, Coah, Mexico. He has 4 book chapters, multiple papers, and an H-index of 37 (Google scholar) as a result of his research. In addition, he has several patents including Methods of flash reduction and patterning of graphite oxide and its polymer composites (US Patent: US8968525B2), Method for preparing super-tough large area graphene oxide films, graphene oxide fibers and electrically conductive graphene fibers (US Patent: US9284193B2), and other patents related to nanocarbon separation membrane, water treatment and reverse osmosis membrane.
Mohamad Rafi is a chemistry lecturer at IPB University Indonesia. In 2010, he got his Ph.D. in Chemistry and Biomolecular Science from Gifu University. Analytical chemistry, chromatography, spectroscopy, chemometrics, and metabolomics were among his scientific interests. Metabolite Fingerprinting Based on 1H-NMR Spectroscopy and Liquid Chromatography for Herbal Product Authentication, and HPLC-FTIR spectroscopy combined with multivariate calibration for detection of Andrographolide in Andrographis paniculata extract were two of his research projects. He has 167 papers to his credit and has 12 Google scholar H-Index. He is the current chairman of the Indonesia Chemical Society.
Ingo Eilks FRSC is a chemistry education professor at Bremen University in Germany. His research focuses on research-based curriculum creation, Participatory Action Research, education for sustainable development, and the socio-critical and problem-oriented approach to science education. He has almost 600 articles to his credit, ranging from peer-reviewed international journals to book chapters and teacher journals to textbooks. He is currently the editor of the journal Action Research and Innovation in Science Education, which he started. He has received numerous accolades for his scientific work and teaching, including the Joachim Herz Foundation’s 2019 Senior-Fellow at the Kolleg Didaktik: Digital and the federal German program Building the STEM Future’s STEM Ambassador of the Year (2021). He is member of several scientific group including German Science Teacher Association, German Chemical Society, and Society for Didactics of Chemistry and Physic. He is a member of the German Science Teacher Association, the German Chemical Society, and the Society for Didactics of Chemistry and Physics, among other scientific organizations.
Ng Eng Poh is a material chemistry professor in Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia since 2016. He has completed his PhD in Univesité de Haute Alsace, France (2009). His research interests are based on synthesis and characterization of porous materials, heterogeneous catalysis, nanocrystal and colloidal nanoparticles, surface chemistry, and chemistry of nanostructured materials. He has published 5 book chapters, and 139 scientific articles. In 2017, He has been awarded as a Visiting Young Scientist, 67th Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laureates, Lindau Germany, and He got the gold medal in 7th Korea Cyber International Genius Inventor Fair 2016, Seoul, South Korea. In addition, He is currently a professional member of several scientific organizations including Chartered Chemist of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and Member of International Zeolite Association (IZA).
Young Gun Ko has completed his PhD in POSTECH on 2006, and has earned his Postdoctoral in Material Science an Engineering, MIT. His principal area of interest including Corrosion Matter of Protective Metallic Materials via Plasma Electrolysis, surface modification via organic-inorganic conjugation, electrochemical interpretation per equivalent circuit model, Electrochemical Interpretation per Equivalent Circuit Model, Plasticity Control and Mechanical Modeling of Nanoscale Crystalline Solid, and Contact and Tribological Characterizations Utilizing Small-Scale Assessmen. He has published 125 articles, a book, and 17 patents. On 2017, He has awarded as a 17th Grand Prix for Best Scientist, Gyeongbuk, and Young Scientist Award KSTP, Jecheon. Since 2009, he has been appointed as the associate professor at School of Materials Science and Engineering, Yeungnam University.
Juari Santosa is a chemistry professor at the Universitas Gadjah Mada. In 1997,
he received his Ph.D. from Keio Gijuku Daigaku’s Yagami Campus in Yokohama,
Kanagawa, Japan. He worked as a nontenure associate professor of applied
chemistry at Keio Gijuku Daigaku, Yagami Campus, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan, in
2006. His study area is Environmental Chemistry, and he has published 224
articles and has a Google scholar H-index of 21. In 2021, he published an
article titled The Dependency of Kinetic Parameters as a Function of Initial
Solute Concentration: New Insight from Adsorption of Dye and Heavy Metals onto
Humic-Like Modified Adsorbents (The Dependency of Kinetic Parameters as a
Function of Initial Solute Concentration: New Insight from Adsorption of Dye
and Heavy Metals onto Humic-Like Modified Adsorbents).
Kiki Adi Kurnia earned his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS in Malaysia in 2011. He is currently employed as a lecturer at the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) (ITB). His research interest based on Ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, computational modeling, adsorption, and gas solubility. In 2015, he completed his postdoctoral studies at the Universidade de Aveiro in Portugal. He worked as an assistant professor at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS from 2015 to 2018. He has written 82 articles and has an H-index of 30 in Google Scholar, earning him the title of best and youngest researcher at Universitas Airlangga in 2020.
Tatas Hardo Panintingjati Brotosudarmo is a scientist in photosynthesis research in Indonesia. He pioneered research on photosynthetic pigments, taking the theme of Indonesia’s biodiversity and linking it to functional food and agriculture. He has completed his Ph.D. in the university of Glasgow, Scotland in 2010. He has received many prestigious awards such as Marie Curie RTN (2007 – 2010), Fellow of the Kavli Frontier of Science (2012 and 2016), 22nd TORAY Science and Technology Award (2016), and Georg-Foster Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung/Foundation (2020 – 2021). His focuses on expertise in analyzing and determining natural pigments, especially carotenoids, using chromatography and mass spectrometry techniques, dealing with the application of these bioactive pigments, especially in food technology. Currently he is a lecturer in the Department of Food Technology, Universitas Ciputra, Surabaya.
Pakorn Opaprakasit completed his PhD in Metarials Science and Engineering, the Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, USA. He is currently working as the head of Department of Common and Graduate Studies, School of Bio-Chemical Engineering and Technology (BCET) and as an Associate Professor in SIIT, Thammasat University, Thailand. His expertise based on Infrared spectroscopy, Electrospining, Lactide-based polyesters, Biocompatible/degradable polymers, Natural rubber, Biomedical materials, Biodiesel, Sensors. His research interest including Lactide-based (biocompatible/degradable) Polyesters Conventional and Two-Dimensional FTIR Spectroscopy. In 2008, He has been awarded as a Young Researcher Award, Thammasat University.
Anna Permanasari received his PhD in Chemistry from ITB in the year 2000. For the past 35 years, she has conducted research in the field of scientific education. She has authored numerous articles over the years and has a Google scholar H-index of 22. She has recently completed research funded by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education’s Directorate General of Research and Development Strengthening for The Development of Teacher Professional Training Models Based on TBLA (2019-2021), STEM Based Learning in Science Education (2017-2021), Learning Model in Science Education for Scientific Literacy (2014-2021), and STEM based Learning for ESD (2019-2021). Currently, she is a lecturer in numerous bachelor, master, and doctoral programs, including Chemistry Education, IPSE, and Science Education UPI.
Muhamad Abdulkadir Martoprawiro works at Institut Teknologi Bandung as a lecturer. In 1999, he earned his Ph.D. from the University of Sydney in Australia. He is currently the chairman of the chemistry department of Lampung’s Institut Teknologi Sumatera. Physical chemistry, computer science, and theoretical chemistry are among his research interests. In 2020, he work on a computational study of anthocyanin as an active material in dye-sensitized solar cells, as well as a density functional theory (DFT) and natural bond orbital (NBO) investigation of intra/intermolecular hydrogen bond interaction in sulfonated nata-de coco-water (NDCS-(H2O)N. He has 91 articles to his credit in his research career.
Muhamad Abdulkadir Martoprawiro is a lecturer at
Institut Teknologi Bandung. He received his Ph.D. in 1999 at University of
Sydney, Australia. Currently he is a chairman of chemistry department in
Institut Teknologi Sumatera, Lampung. His research interest based on physical
chemistry, computational science, and theoretical chemistry. In 2020, His
research project related to Computational Study of Anthocyanin as Active
Material in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell, and Density functional theory (DFT) and
natural bond orbital (NBO) investigation of intra/intermolecular hydrogen bond
interaction in sulfonated nata-de coco-water
(NDCS-(H<inf>2</inf>O)N). through his research careers, he has
published 91 articles.
Iswatin Pradono is a professor in Chemistry, IPB University, Indonesia. She has
completed her Ph.D. in Biophysical Bioanalytical Chemistry, Kyoto University,
Japan. Her expertise related to development of herbal medicines and biosensors.
She has invented herbal medicine for anti-gout, anti-obesity and
anti-hypertension. She has published seven patents, 129 article, and has
awarded as The Most Prospective Indonesian Innovation from the Indonesia
Business Innovation Center, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher
Education and the Indonesian Institute of Sciences / LIPI for the Health-Drug
Category. Currently, she is a chair of the Chemistry Department, Faculty of
Mathematics and Natural Science, IPB.
Veinardi Suendo received his Ph.D. from the Ecole Polytechnique’s Laboratoire de Physique des Interfaces et Couches Minces, in 2005. When he was promoted to Associate Professor in 2013, he began a new chapter as an independent scientist. His research focuses on developing new organic electronics materials based on porphyrin molecules, anthocyanins, nano carbons, and polyaniline, as well as their optoelectronic properties, synthesis routes, chemical modifications, wet-process device fabrications, and molecular spectroscopies. He is a regular member of MRSC Physical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry/Colloid & Surface Chemistry. He is currently working on a project called Thermodynamic Picture of Phase Segregation During the Formation of Bicontinuous Concentric Lamellar (bcl) Silica. He has written 133 publications over the years, with a Google scholar H-index of 21.
Muhamad Nasir is a researcher in Environmnetal Nanotechnology Research Group, BRIN, Indonesia. In 2004, he obtained his Ph.D. from Tokyo Institute of Technology’s Department of Organic and Polymeric Materials. He completed his postdoctoral work at Kyoto Institute of Technology’s Venture Laboratory, in 2007. Nanomaterials, electrospinning, nanofiber, improved separation, and nanoparticles are among his scientific interests. Throughout his career, he has produced 86 articles and chapters in books. He wrote a book chapter in 2019 titled “Surface Modification of PVDF Copolymer Nanofiber by Chitosan/Ag(NP)/Nanosilica Composite.”
Naresh Kumar completed his PhD in organic chemistry at Wollongong University in 1983, Australia. Since 2009, He has been appointed as the Professor of chemistry in University of New South Wales. His research is focused on heterocyclic chemistry in the areas of medicinal chemistry and biomaterials. His research group has access to state-of-the-art research facilities through the School of Chemistry and the UNSW Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre. This activity is reflected in 7 book chapters, and 250 publications that have appeared in major peer-reviewed international journals of chemistry. In 2019, He has been appointed as the Editorial Board of “Bioorganic Chemistry” section of Molecules. He has been invited as a visiting professor between 2016 and 2021 in several universities including Gifu University (Japan), Universitas Gadjah Mada, and Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (Indonesia).
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Journal of Mathematical and Fundamental Sciences welcomes full research articles in the area of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Rank: Scopus Q3/Sinta S1
Scope: All chemistry areas, including applied chemistry
Publication Time: February, April, June, August, October, and December
Publication Fee: 300 USD
Indonesian Journal of Chemistry is an International, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and short communication in all chemistry areas. The journal is accredited by The Ministry of Research and Technology/National Agency for Research and Innovation (RISTEK-BRIN) No.: 85/M/KPT/2020 (in First Rank) and indexed Scopus since 2012. In 2018 and 2019 (Volumes 18 and 19, respectively) Indonesian Journal of Chemistry publish four issues (numbers) annually (February, May, August, and November).
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Scope: All area of biosciences fields such as biodiversity, biosystematics, ecology, physiology, behavior, genetics and biotechnology
Publication Time: January, April, July, and October
Publication Fee: 250 USD/article; 3,000,000 IDR/article (Indonesian researcher). For member of Indonesian Biological Society (IBI), there will be 10% discount as proven by the valid membership ID.
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences (HAYATI J Biosci; p-ISSN: 1978-3019; e-ISSN: 2086-4094)is an international peer-reviewed and open access journal that publishes significant and important research from all area of biosciences fields. All life forms, ranging from microbes, fungi, plants, animals, and human, including virus, are covered by HAYATI J Biosci.
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The Makara Journal of Science (Makara J. Sci.) is a peer-reviewed international journal published by the Universitas Indonesia (UI) to serve as a platform for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in the Material Sciences; Biochemistry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology; and Biotechnology.
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Rank: Sinta S2
Scope: Chemistry Learning Design and Model; Chemical Education Curricula; Technology Innovation and Media/Multimedia in Chemistry Learning; Development of Evaluation Tools; Lesson Study; Classroom Action Research; Ethnochemistry; Chemistry Research (Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry and Material Chemistry)
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EduChemia (Jurnal Kimia dan Pendidikan) is a scientific journal published by Chemistry Education Department, Faculty of Education and Teacher Training, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa. It has been published since 2016 with p-ISSN: 2502-4779, e-ISSN: 2502-4787.
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