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Date: September 10th – 13rd, 2018
Host Venue: University Club, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is an Indonesian public research university founded on December 19, 1949. UGM is the oldest and largest institution of higher learning in Indonesia which comprises of 18 faculties, 68 undergraduate study programs, 23 diploma study programs, 104 master and spesialist study programs, and 43 Doctorate study programs. Currently, it has approximately 55,000 students and 2,500 faculty members. UGM has been considered to be one of the most prestigious universities in Indonesia. The organizing committee of this conference belongs to Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, UGM. It is the most prominent chemistry department in Indonesia in term of research, education and society services.
The Special Region of Yogyakarta of where UGM is located, is one of the smallest provinces in Indonesia and has been widely known as a center of Javanese culture as well as a center of learning. It has 3,400,000 inhabitants, 511,000 of whom reside in the city of Yogyakarta. Its designation as a center of learning is marked by the existence of 120 state and private tertiary educational institutions, with a student population of over 300,000.
Japan Association of Ion Exchange (JAIE) was established in 1985, and held annual symposium on ion exchange, training course, and seminar. Based on these achievements, JAIE has renamed to Japan Society of Ion Exchange (JSIE) in 1989, and has been rapidly internationalized.
The JSIE is trying to contribute issues of environment, resource, and energy by integrated knowledge of the researchers and engineers from industry – government – academic in the field of chemistry, electrochemistry, electricity, machine, nuclear chemistry, new energy, medicine, food, biochemistry, and analytical chemistry.
Based on the great success of the previous 3rd ICIE held at Kanazawa Institute and Technology organized by Prof. Yu Komatsu, 4th ICIE held at Chiba University organized by Prof. Shogo Shimazu, 5th ICIE held at the University of Melbourne organized by Prof. Geoffrey Wyne Stevens, and 6th ICIE held at Okinawa Convention Center organized by Prof. Masahiro Goto, ICIE became the international conference of the eastern hemisphere both in name and in reality.
Learning from the above mentioned success tradition, JSIE takes an opportunity to again organize next 7th ICIE 2018. To enlarge the coverage of participant and enhance the quality of scientific atmosphere, the 7th ICIE 2018 is organized in collaboration with both Department of Chemistry, UGM as the most prominent Chemistry Department in Indonesia and Indonesian Chemical Society (HKI) as one of the biggest chemical society in South East Asia.
The organizing committee cordially invites you to participate in the 7th ICIE 2018 that will be held on September 10th-13rd, 2018 at UGM, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. We are designing a stimulating program allowing the mutual discussion and exchange of the latest developments on the fundamental and applied studies of ion exchange and its related subjects.
Professor Dr. Sri Juari Santosa (Indonesia)
Professor Dr. Shogo Shimazu (Japan)
7th ICIE 2018 consists of keynote and invited lectures, oral and poster presentation as well as one day excursion to the most wonderful historical temples in the world. Student Poster Award will also be provided.
The conference has aims to stimulate and promote a mutual discussion and exchange the latest developments on the fundamental and applied studies of ion exchange and its related subjects. The general topics of the conference will be:
1. Academic sessions:
Solvent extraction and separation
Novel application in water purification, environmental remediation, etc.
2. Industrial sessions:
All authors (oral and poster sessions) are requested to submit a one-page English written abstract via website http://icie.ugm.ac.id/ no later than January 31st, 2018. The abstract includes a short summary, tables, figures and references. A short summary and the information about author such as the name(s), affiliation(s), the contact address (e-mail address) of the corresponding author should be placed at the first part of the abstract. The authors must strictly follow the provided template for the style and format.
Selection of the papers and the mode of presentation will be arranged by the organizing committee based on the submitted abstract. The notification of acceptance will be informed to the corresponding author by e-mail on February 25th, 2018. Each oral presentation is given 20 min including discussion. In addition, the poster presentation will be held in specified time and board size after the acceptance has been noticed.
Papers submitted no later than March 31st, 2018 and presented at ICIE 2018 will be published in either a regular issue of Journal of Ion Exchange, special issue of Indonesian Journal of Chemistry (indexed by Scopus). Authors must clearly indicate their preference to which journal that their paper must be published. Please refer to the full paper template of your selected journal for preparing and writing paper. To maintain the high quality, he submitted papers will be reviewed in the same standard as for regular issues.
The official language during the 7th ICIE 2018 is English.
Prof. Sri Juari Santosa (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesian Side Chair Person)
Prof. Shogo Shimazu (Chiba University, Japan Side Chair Person)
Prof. Geoffrey Wyne Stevens (University of Melbourne)
Prof. Masahiro Goto (Kyushu University)
Prof. Kazuharu Yoshizuka (University of Kitakyushu)
Prof. Nalan Kabay (Ege University)
Prof. Takashi Hayashita (Sophia University)
Prof. Syunichi Oshima (Kanazawa Institute of Technology)
Prof. David Shallcross (University of Melbourne)
Dr. Kathryn Anne Mumford (University of Melbourne)
Prof. Mudasir (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Prof. Triyono (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Prof. Nuryono (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Prof. Endang Tri Wahyuni (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Prof. Michel Cox (University of Hertfordshire, Adviser)
Prof. Yu Komatsu (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Adviser)
1. Borobudur Temple
Borobudur is a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. The monument is the single most visited tourist monument in Indonesia. In June 2012, Borobudur was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest Buddhist archaeological site.
2. Prambanan Temple and Ramayana Festival
It was built in the 10th century, this is the largest temple compound dedicated to Shiva in Indonesia. From May to October at full moon, the classic Javanese Ramayana ballet or dance drama is performed by more than 250 dancers in an outdoor open stage with as its backdrop the full moon dramatically rising over the Prambanan Temple.
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