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Keynote Session

Slot: 10:00am to 10:30am (Bangkok time)

Biography

Nationality: Sudanese

Ph. D from Southern Illinois University (USA)
Masters Degree from University of Georgia (USA)
Bachelors Degree from University of Khartoum, Sudan

Work Experience:

The National Ribat University from 2001 to present (Previous Dean of the College of Computer Studies).

University of Juba. Dean of the College of Computer from 1999 to 2001.

Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant in Southern Illinois University (USA) during the Ph. D program.

Member of the Computer Crime Research Center in Ukraine.

Attended many international conferences in many countries to present scientific papers.

Supervised more than 70 Ph. D students and morevthan 50 Master students from 8 different nationalities.

Author for some books and many scientific papers locally and international

Speaker Profile

Prof. Mudawi Mukhtar Elmusharaf

Professor

The National Ribat University,
Khartoum
Sudan

Slot: 12:30pm to 1:00pm (Bangkok time)

Biography

Dr. Chanthiran Veerasamy is currently working as a Group CEO for Nexus Ace Sdn Bhd and CEO for HR Ace consulting firm. Received his Doctor of Philosophy and Masters in Business Administration specializing in Human Resource Management from Putra Business School, University Putra Malaysia. Obtained Senior Professional Human Resource (International) from HRCI which adds into the professional qualifications. Currently member of Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM), Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) and Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Served as a corporate trainer for many established MNCs such as KOSSAN, KTG, Palm-Oleo Sdn Bhd, KSP manufacturing Sdn Bhd, Palmamide Sdn Bhd which belongs to KL-Kepong Berhad and lastly AEON. Experienced in administrating and managing company’s strategic HR plans such as the training budget, designing TNA (Training Needs and Analysis), creating training policies and Knowledge Management System. Organised many training programmes by collaborating with both private and government agencies such as MEF, FMM, MIM, SMR and others. Some of the courses conducted were the Job Analysis, Communication and Interpersonal Training, 5S programme, Train the Trainer programme, GMP (Goods Manufacturing Practices), HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 system. Government and non-government organisations that have benefited from the expertise includes ExxonMobile, Ministry of Education, Open University Malaysia, Wawasan Open University and many more

Speaker Profile

Chanthiran Veerasamy

Group CEO

Nexus Ace Sdn Bhd
Malaysia

Slot: 3:20pm to 3:50pm( Bangkok time)

Biography

Professor Ghose holds PhD and MSc degrees in Computing Science from the University of Alberta, Canada (he also spent parts of his PhD candidature at the Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and at the University of Tokyo) and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. While at the University of Alberta, he received the Jeffrey Sampson Memorial Award. His research has been funded by the Australian Research Council (Chief Investigator on 8 ARC Discovery and Linkage Projects), the Canadian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, the Japanese Institute for Advanced Information Technology (AITEC) and various Australian government agencies (such as NSW State Emergency Services and the NSW Defence Innovation Network) as well as companies such as Bluescope Steel, CSC and Pillar Administration. His research has been published in the top venues in service-oriented computing (ICSOC), software engineering (IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, ICSE and ER) and AI (Artificial Intelligence Journal, AAAI, AAMAS and ECAI).

Speaker Profile

Prof. Dr. Aditya Ghose

Professor of Computer Science and Director at Decision Systems Lab

University of Wollongong
Greater Sydney Area, Australia


Session Chair Presentation

Slot: 3:50pm to 4:00pm (Bangkok time)

Biography

Dr. hab. Eng. Jerzy R. Szymanski is working as a scientific worker and academic lecturer at Technology and Humanities University in Radom Poland with Professor position in Transportation, Electrical and Computer Sciences Faculty in Electric Drives and Power Electronics Devices Division. Prof. Jerzy Szymanski has over 30 years of teaching and research experience in the diverse field of Power Electronic Engineering. His areas of interest include: Power Electronics Converters in Drive Applications, Application of High-Frequency Converter in PV and EV Systems, Electromagnetic Compatibility in Power Converter Systems, Hybrid power systems, Exploitation Safety of Electrical Equipment.

He is actively involved in various research projects and international activities (Bilateral and Erasmus/CEEPUS exchange). He has published over 100 research articles in reputed National/International journals and conferences including 20 research papers in SCI-indexed journals. He is a member of the Reviewees and Editorial Board of reputed Journals like MDPI group, Springer, Elsevier, Wiley. He has authored and coauthored books with reputed editors.

He is a Member of Organizing Committees of International Conferences in Poland and India. Scientific interest includes among others electrical drive systems, electromobility, renewable energy, power electronic converters for electromobility and Renewable Energy Sources (RES), minimizing electromagnetic disturbances generated by power electronic converters, artificial intelligence tools in smart power distribution. At present he is working on an innovative solution related to the usage of electronic drive converters as battery chargers as well. He participates as board staff in many national and international conferences and seminars.

Session Chair Profile

Prof. Dr Hab. Eng. Jerzy Szymanski

Professor

Electrical Drives and Industrial Electron,
Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities,
Radom, Poland

Slot: 10:30am to 10:40am (Bangkok time)

Biography

Over 14 years of experience of public service and holds many different positions in the government service sector in Maldives. She started her career as a Secretory and now holds Director General position at Maldives Media Council and also worked at Ministry of Housing & Infrastructure and Ministry of Health. Mostly dealt with HR Management, Finance and Administrative. In her educational background, she has pursued MBA, Bachelor of Business Management & Marketing and Certificate in Leadership in Office. Her biggest Strength is interpersonal and leadership skills.

Apart from government sector She also has served various capacity of works in public and privet institutes in Maldives. Throughout the experience in government & privet sectors, she was a part-time lecturer in Avid College since 2016 and has taught different management modules. From 2018 -2020 she was a Board of Advisor at HR Maldives. Besides Mrs. Fathmath Muna has successfully managed to keep her hobby's close-by, such as designing and conducted sewing works professionally for 8 years. She is the owner of Munni’s Design, who runs the business as a Sole Proprietorship. Her motive is “Be an Independent and empowering women”. Over 14 years of experience of public service and holds many different positions in the government service sector in Maldives. She started her career as a Secretory and now holds Director General position at Maldives Media Council and also worked at Ministry of Housing & Infrastructure and Ministry of Health. Mostly dealt with HR Management, Finance and Administrative. In her educational background, she has pursued MBA, Bachelor of Business Management & Marketing and Certificate in Leadership in Office. Her biggest Strength is interpersonal and leadership skills.

Apart from government sector She also has served various capacity of works in public and privet institutes in Maldives. Throughout the experience in government & privet sectors, she was a part-time lecturer in Avid College since 2016 and has taught different management modules. From 2018 -2020 she was a Board of Advisor at HR Maldives. Besides Mrs. Fathmath Muna has successfully managed to keep her hobby's close-by, such as designing and conducted sewing works professionally for 8 years. She is the owner of Munni’s Design, who runs the business as a Sole Proprietorship. Her motive is “Be an Independent and empowering women”.

Session Chair Profile

DR. FATHMATH MUNA

Director General

Maldives (civil service sector) Maldives Media Council
Maldives

Slot: 12:50PM to 01:00pm (Bangkok time)

Biography

Dr.V.Vandhana Devi is Head and Associate Professor of Department of Civil Engineering at KCG College of Technology, Chennai. Dr. Vandhana completed her Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from Crescent Engineering College (University of Madras) in 2001 & subsequently went on to finish her Master Degree in Environmental Management and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Anna University, Chennai. Her area of interest includes Environmental Engineering, Pollution prevention, Construction materials and advanced waste water treatment. Her primary research goals are directed towards Environmental prevention and protection. She has conducted various webinars among students to cultivate the habit of preventing our motherland. Within a span of 18 years she has published in more than 45 + International journals and 30+ International conferences. She has authored a book titled “Air Pollution and Control Engineering (2019), Magnus Publications”. She has reviewed many International papers for publications and she was a reviewer of many International Journals like Ecological Engineering, Economics of Disaster and Climate change & Institute of Exploring Advances in Engineering (IEAE) International Journals. Dr.Vandhana conducted various technical programs for AICTE & ISTE sponsored events at various colleges. To mention a few, She conducted one week Online FDP on “Curriculum for Sustainability Phase II” Organized by Velmmal Engineering College. She has received a grant of Rs. 75,000 from SERB, New Delhi for organizing 3 days Seminar on "Artificial Intelligence in Construction" and also received a grant of Rs. 1 lakh from Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi (DST) for organizing 3 days International Conference on “Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Built Environment. She received a grant of Rs. 30,000 from Indian National Science Academy (INSA) for organizing 3 days International Conference on “Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Built Environment” & also received a grant of Rs. 1 lakh from Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi (DST-SERB) for organizing one week workshop on "Urban Disasters- Nature's fury or Human negligence?". Dr. Vandhana received a grant of Rs. 50,000 from Department of Science and Technology (DST) for organizing 2 days National Conference Sustainable and Emerging Technologies in Civil Engineering and also received a grant of Rs. 25,000 from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) for organizing a One day Workshop on Protective Planning and Design of Structures. She has contributed towards Professional bodies in the civil Engineering domain by involving herself as a resource person and also she is a life member of ISTE, IES, IEAE and INSC. Under her leadership, the department got National Award Winner in AICTE – CII Best Industry Link Technical Institute 2020 as “Best Emerging Department 2020”. Dr.Vandhana received “Young Achiever Award” by Institute of Exploring Advances in Engineering, IEAE. Dr.Vandhana is currently focusing on developing new lab experiments as a part of IIT PALS virtual lab research program and she also leads the team as nodal coordinator of virtual lab.

Session Chair Profile

Dr.V.Vandhana Devi

Head and Associate Professor of

Department of Civil Engineering
KCG College of Technology, Chennai


Presentation

From Thesaurisation to Digital Wallet: A Sustainable Technological Transformation

Slot: 2:00pm to 2:10pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Fintech describes the technologies that seek to enhance and automate the delivery of financial services in the finance industry. At its core, fintech is used to help the financial sector better manage its financial procedures and operations by leveraging the specialized algorithms and software used in smartphones and computers. With the constant rise in technological innovations every year, the fintech industry has become the fastest-growing industry in the world. During the coronavirus in 2020, the digital transformation went to new heights as people shifted towards easier options that meet their financial needs. Fintech apps have helped improve customers’ access to financial services at their comfort, but their demand is not yet over and continues to increase, further welcoming new technology trends that help to shape the industry. With many people moving towards digital solutions to manage their financial needs, stiff competition among financial institutions is expected to increase. Furthermore, banks and other financial institutions are adopting new ways to improve their banking experience. As a result, they have had to jump on the latest fintech trend to help them sustain a competitive advantage. The paper addresses major fintech trends, including Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, and partnerships, their benefits, and their impact on the finance industry.

Biography

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum is working in Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance as a Former Dean of Research and Graduate Studies1in Prince Mohamad Bin Fahd University (PMU).

Presenter

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum

Professor,

Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance,
Tunisia

Implementation of Factor Analysis in Education Industry

Slot: 4:40pm to 4:50pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

This research aims to examine the factors that affect the choice of a student opting for a new course. This research uses exploratory factor analysis in determining the factors that play a significant role in the study. The data was collected using a questionnaire and the reliability of the questionnaire was checked through reliability statistics. The results indicated that there are five factors that affect the choice of a student while choosing a new course, namely, course structure and diversity, affordability and credibility, Brand Value, Competition and the trend and interests. The total variance of these factors is 69.694 percent, with only a 30.306 percent loss of information, we may reduce the complexity of the data set by using these components, which accounts for 69.697 percent of the variability in the original 15 variables.

Biography

Ritu Bhasin is a master’s student currently pursuing her degree in Applied Statistics from Symbiosis Statistical Institute, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune. She completed her graduation in Mathematics from Miranda House, University of Delhi. During her M.Sc., she discovered her interest towards analytics and did various projects which involved Principal Component Analysis. Few of the other projects include ‘Cluster Analysis: A study towards covid vaccination in India’, ‘Discriminant Analysis: Discriminating TV viewers based on Prime Time’. Her curiosity towards understanding the factors as to why students take admission in a new course, which has started less than 5 years back, lead to writing this paper.

Currently, Ritu is working with OSG Analytics as an Analyst.

Presenter

Ritu Bhasin

M.Sc. Applied Statistics,

Symbiosis International (Deemed University),
Symbiosis Statistical Institute

“Slot Loaded Microstrip Triangular Patch Antenna for dual frequency applications in L and S band”

Slot: 04:30pm to 4:40pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Tuning of resonant frequency of microstrip patch antenna is an important aspect for practical applications within the application band. A simple dual frequency triangular patch antenna is designed which can be operated in L and S band. The antenna is initially designed for best performance in terms Return Loss values with optimized feed point location. The basic rectangular patch resonating within the band is further modified to triangular patch with insertion of slots, to investigate the shift in resonating frequency. Purpose of designing slot loaded antenna is to tune the antenna for single and/or dual frequency operation when required for various practical applications. Three triangular slots are inserted vertically across the radiating edge within the patch and one rectangular slit placed vertically 1mm distance from center towards another radiating edge.

Biography

Research scholar, University of Science & Technology Meghalaya, Electronics and communication Engineering, Has been working as Lecturer ( Selection Grade), Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering since 1992 at H,R,H. The Prince of Wales Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jorhat, Assam under the Directorate of Technical Education, Govt. of Assam, Assam, India.

Presenter

MANIK CHANDRA BORAH

UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

MEGHALAYA

ASEAN and APEC Perspectives of Philippine ICT Roadmaps

Slot: 11:00am to 11:10am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

This paper presented the synthesis of various perspectives involving the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) environment in the Philippines. These perspectives are referenced from Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Asia – Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) where the Philippines is a Member State and Member Economy respectively. First, various engineering disciplines were delineated based from its respective statutes in order to determine the scopes of the same that cover ICT practices. Second, both ICT and allied engineering disciplines (particularly the Electronics Engineering) were elaborated and compared with international definitions. Third, the Philippine ICT Roadmaps were compared with the ASEAN Digital Masterplan 2025 and APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap in order to analyze possible opportunities as well as areas for improvements. Fourth, various ICT programs and projects in the Philippines as well as selected ICT Policy Instruments were also presented and compared with its ASEAN/APEC counterparts. Fifth, the roles of Electronics Engineering (ECE) profession were presented especially its contribution to the ICT industries in the Philippines. Finally, conclusions and/or recommendations were indicated for future reference.

Biography

Ravenal A. De Jesus, ASEAN Eng., PECE, LPT obtained Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE) from Bulacan State University on November 2004 and obtained Fifth (5th) Place in the Electronics and Communications Engineering Licensure Examination on April 2005.

He entered Accenture in 2005 as Junior Software Engineer (JSE) and later progressed to Software Engineer (SE). While practicing ICT career in Accenture from 2005 to 2007, he also passed Career Service Professional Examination (given by the Civil Service Commission) and First Class Radiotelephone Operator (given by the National Telecommunications Commission) within aforementioned period.

He had entered Bulacan State University on November 12, 2007 as Faculty Member under the Electronics Engineering (ECE) Department where he had published a number of books and research articles until his last day of service on February 3, 2016. While serving as a Faculty Member, he had passed both Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) and Technical Evaluation for Upgrading as Professional Electronics Engineer (PECE) in 2012 in which the latter is considered is the highest level of electronics engineering (ECE) practitioner under the Philippine law.

He is now a concurrent Provincial / Section Head of the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT, formerly DOST ICT Office). He joined this National Government Agency (NGA) on February 4, 2016 and had been involved in various ICT projects up to this date. His career progressed again when he was registered in the ASEAN Engineering (Advanced Level Engineer) Registry during the Midterm Meeting of ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations (AFEO) in Jakarta, Indonesia on August 6, 2018 (ASEAN Engineering Registry: https://aer.afeo.org/engineer/id/7394/ ). With more than fifteen years of electronics engineering (ECE) practice, he presented a number of papers in International Conferences in which some clinched with awards. At present he is also the Vice Governor for Internal Affairs of the Institute of Electronics Engineers of the Philippines-Bulacan Chapter (IECEP Bulacan).

Presenter

Ravenal A. De Jesus

Provincial / Section Head

Department of Information and Communications Technology(DICT)
Philippines

Financial Literacy Web-based Application Tool for Students of Higher Education Institution

Slot: 11:20am to 11:30am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Online learning and knowledge sharing are now the trends in an educational setting. Educational online learning will fill the gap in getting the necessary knowledge about financial literacy. Students are encouraged to be financially literate for them to appreciate their purpose in life. The study focused on website development and evaluation for HEIs students to appreciate and internalize the value of financial literacy, including saving, spending and investing. The experimental research was utilized and focused on the processes involved in developing the system. This study employed data analysis, online data gathering and used website validation, evaluation performance, and website deployment. A total of 145 respondents evaluated the web application. Results showed that all the pages passed the required tests. Further, the website's performance evaluation is based on the Website Evaluation Questionnaire (WEQ) criteria through randomly sampled respondents and obtained a numerical rating of 4.07, which exceeded expectations in descriptive terms. The developed website could serve as a helpful tool in learning financial literacy.

Biography

College of Business Administration and Management of Occidental Mindoro State College, Philippines. She was born last May 17 in Rizal Province. She finished her Master in Business Management at Laguna College. She is currently working on her dissertation for the degree Doctor in Business Management major in Strategic Management at Philippine Christian University.

Presenter

Virgie Liza S. Mamauag

Instructor 1

Occidental Mindoro State College,
College of Business, Administration, and Management

The Effects of Muddy Terrain on Lower Extremity Loading During The Paddy Planting Activity

Slot: 11:30am to 11:40am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

In this research, 30 rice farmers were examined to investigate the effect of muddy terrain on lower extremity loadings during planting chores associated with rice production. A comparison was made against the force loadings on each lower extremity joint when rice cultivating on a flat, firm surface (rigid ground; "no-force") and muddy terrain (mud-force) using 3D Static Strength Prediction Program (3DSSPP). This research choses the toe-off stage of gait for the study since this is when a person raises their right foot off the work surface while planting. Each farmer's tensile viscosity force of mud was calculated individually. The study's findings indicate that muddy working surfaces place an increased load on lower extremity joints. The strain on all joints was found to be much greater in the mud-force condition than in the no-force condition (p ( 0.05). According to the descriptive data for the lower extremity joints, the tensile force of the right and left ankles rose by a ratio of 1.03 to 2.46 times. This study may result in reworking the work-rest schedule and designing an assistive device to decrease lower extremity harm caused by working in a muddy work environment.

Biography

Agung Kristanto is an assistant professor at Industrial Engineering Department, Faculty of Industrial Technology, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan (UAD), Yogyakarta. His bachelor's degree was obtained in Mechanical Engineering at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia in 2001. In 2005, he received his master's degree in Mechanical Engineering at Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He achieved his doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering specializing in Ergonomics at Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand in 2020. He had a lot of publications both on journal and proceeding, mostly in areas of research interests include Human-centered system design, Biomechanics, Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs), and Additive Manufacturing. He is a member of the Indonesian Ergonomics Society (PEI), which is affiliated with the member of The International Ergonomics Association (IEA). His other achievements are SolidWorks Certifications for Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA), Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP), and Certified SolidWorks Professional Advanced Mold Tools (CSWPA - MT) issued by Solidworks Corporation Educational.

Presenter

Agung Kristanto

Industrial Engineering Department,

Faculty of Industrial Technology,
Universitas Ahmad Dahlan,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Developing University Course Scheduling Model using Genetic Algorithm: A Case Study

Slot: 11:40am to 11:50am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

University Course Scheduling (UCS) is a highly constrained real-world combinatorial optimization problem. Developing the UCS model means an optimal course by assigning lecturers, classrooms, and timeslots considering some constraints. This research is based on a case study on one of the universities in Indonesia. Currently, the staff are making the university course-scheduling model manually. It took more time, more human errors, and inefficiency. The main objective of this paper is to develop a UCS model using the genetic algorithm method. Experimental study shows that it can improve the current model by minimizing the number of clashes of classrooms and lecturers. For managerial insight, this research could help the staff conduct UCS in a university with minimum time and errors.

Biography

Hayati Mukti Asih, She has been serving Industrial Engineering Department in Universitas Ahmad Dahlan as a lecturer since 2017. She graduated with Bachelor of Industrial Engineering (Hons.) from Universitas Islam Indonesia in 2010. She completed her Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka in 2014. After that, she had scholarship to finish her PhD in Manufacturing Engineering from Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka in 2018. Currently, her research work concerns on simulation, optimization, operation research, and sustainable manufacturing system.

Presenter

Hayati Mukti Asih, Ph.D.

Department of Industrial Engineering,

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Graduates Employability Analysis using Classification Model: A Data Mining Approach

Slot: 11:10am to 11:20am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The employability of graduates serves as a measure of the success of every program offered within a Higher Education Institution. The assessment and evaluation of graduate data help institutions improve and analyze the program employment status. This study builds graduate’s employment classification model through data extraction using Bayesian and the Tree methods. The data visualization explores the Association Rule using Apriori. The experiment used a classification task in Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis (WEKA), and the results of each algorithm were compared, analyzed, and processed. The experiment was conducted using accurate data sets from 1,489 graduate students for three years. The study provides valuable information about the graduate employment status, forecasting, visualization, and the exploration of classifiers algorithm to analyze the graduate employability in government, non-government organizations, self-employed, and unemployed. It is recommended to relate graduate employability to curriculum assessment and performance evaluation to identify measures and policies to improve students' performance.

Biography

Dr. Maricris M. Usita has been the Dean of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Technology of Occidental Mindoro State College from 2016 up to the present. She is the former Program Head of the Information Technology Department from 2013 to 2016. She is a research and extension enthusiast.

Presenter

Maricris M. Usita

Dean

Occidental Mindoro State College,
College of Arts, Sciences, and Technology

Use of Machine Learning to mitigate challenges in Digital Supply Chain

Slot: 11:50am to 12:00pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

This paper is an extension to the previous paper based on the digital supply chain framework and its importance, its need to digitalize various parts of the supply value chain. In this paper, we discuss about how to overcome the challenges of traditional supply chain such as Inventory management accuracy, warehouse efficiency, smarter planning, and risk management, on time delivery and high transparency between the tiers, also suggested various analytical strategies and application of Machine Learning technology with its pros and cons on overall framework.

Biography

Ankita is a Data Scientist currently working with ABB India in Bengaluru, India. She holds MBA degree and Graduation in Computer Science . She has published and presented earlier version of the paper in IEEE Conference 2020 under the title “Developing a Framework to Digitize Supply Chain Between Supplier and Manufacturer”. She is very enthusiastic on learning new technologies that are growing in the market today. Area of interest and expertise includes Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics in Supply chain management.

Presenter

Ankita Maiti

Data Scientist

ABB India,
Advanced Analytics & Artificial Intelligence

SVM Hyperplane Misclassification Control by Finding Optimum Cost of Misclassification with Boundary Value Analysis Technique

Slot: 12:00pm to 12:10pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

In Health care domain nearly 70% electronic medical records are unstructured . To understand this important data we need separate approach then structured data . That’s one place where machine learning comes in and for this SVM (Support Vector Machine) is extensively used to identify the handwritten digits and words based on pixel given as features. SVM uses the concept of Hyper Planes which leads to a boundary which classifies the data set.

Key area of the Research paper is to get Optimum Hyper plane

Biography

Kumar Gaurav Kapoor is a Doctoral student in Galgotias University of Computer Science branch .He holds a M.C.A ( Master of Computer Applications ) from the University of Amity ,Post Graduate Diploma in Data Science from the University of IIIT Bangalore and , B.Com ( Bachelor of Commerce) from the University of Delhi . Solutions focused Data Scientist having rich Professional IT experience of 16 years in various Domains such as Health care , Ecommerce , Banking and Financial Services .Good exposure in Deep Learning /Neural Networks , NLP , Computer Vision , Fraud Detection and building High accurate models.

Presenter

Kumar Gaurav Kapoor

Ph.D. Research Scholar,

Galgotias University,
Computer Science

Medical Images Augmentation via GAN Image patches segmentation using Yolo with Neural Style

Slot: 12:10pm to 12:20Pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The problem that paper is solving relates to Low Model performance due To Fewer Images to train. Medical field is the area in which we encounter less amount of training data due to rare diseases like Lung Cancer, Histopathological Cancer, Covid 19 etc.

The problem with small datasets is that models trained with them suffer from the problem of over fitting.

Image Augmentation is another way we can reduce over fitting on models, where we increase the number of training images using information only in our training image.

Key area of the Research paper is to get Image Augmentation with GAN using YOLO and Neural Style.

Biography

Kumar Gaurav Kapoor is a Doctoral student in Galgotias University of Computer Science branch .He holds a M.C.A ( Master of Computer Applications ) from the University of Amity ,Post Graduate Diploma in Data Science from the University of IIIT Bangalore and , B.Com ( Bachelor of Commerce) from the University of Delhi . Solutions focused Data Scientist having rich Professional IT experience of 16 years in various Domains such as Health care , Ecommerce , Banking and Financial Services .Good exposure in Deep Learning /Neural Networks , NLP , Computer Vision , Fraud Detection and building High accurate models.

Presenter

Kumar Gaurav Kapoor

Ph.D. Research Scholar,

Galgotias University,
Computer Science

Development of Cost Planning Standards for Design Development, Sitework, and Structure for Stadium Area Works on Integrated Contracts for Main Stadium Building Based on Indonesian Minister of Public Works Regulation Number 22 of 2018 to Improve Cost Accuracy

Slot: 01:00pm to 01:10pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Increasing development and future planning on the sports tourism in Indonesia, is not in line with the planning execution process, particularly on the construction plan application process in several big projects especially stadium construction. Ironically, stadium that can be classified as Bangunan Gedung Negara, should be one of the most important buildings which could be the main cantilever for all of the sports tourism activities and planning in Indonesia. This thing could be happened because there were not any policies has been made and issued by the Indonesian’s government institutions, which contains standard and clauses of stadium construction in particular.Moreover, the complexity rate of stadium construction process is also requiring the most efficient and effective method, particularly in cost planning, thus the project delivery accomplishment process can be conducted with a high accuracy rate. This degree of accuracy became so important, because there is a probability of project cost differ from the planning could be happened. Furthermore, there is a likelihood of dispute occurrence as the impact of the inaccurate cost planning in the project beginning.Because of that, the design and build method could be one of the best choices, as long as can be implemented following the standards that have been tested against the cost planning accuracy rate. However, because this kind of method has not been contained in any existing national standards, thus a development against the existing policies and standards became so crucial, in order to assisting the national planning and development especially in the sports tourism area. Therefore, a development for the existing policies that is the closest-to-be the solution of the issues above, which is Permen No. 22 issued in 2018, need to be conducted as soon as possible.

Biography

Hi, My name is Jonathan Hasian Siburian. I was born in Jakarta July 15, 1997. I am a graduate from Brawijaya University majoring in Civil Engineering. I completed my bachelor's degree in January 2020. I am currently working on the JABODEBEK Light Rail Transit Project, Indonesia while taking my master's degree at the University of Indonesia with a specialization in Construction Management and will graduate in February 2022. My goal in participating in this conference is so that my research can be useful and further developed by fellow researchers around the world. In addition, I hope that with this conference I can improve my relationships both in the world of education and work in the future.

Presenter

Jonathan Hasian Siburian

Master Candidate in Civil Engineering Specializing in Construction Management

The University of Indonesia

LAND USE AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF HYDROLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ADDALAMWATERSHED USING SOIL AND WATER ASSESSMENT TOOL (SWAT)

Slot: 01:40pm to 01:50pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Assessing the future environmental impact of climate change and land use change as it greatly affects the hydrologic processes and physical condition of the watershed is important as a mitigation and adaptation strategies to minimize risks and vulnerability of the watershed.

Prediction of the possible outcome of rainfall change in 2050 to the watershed was one important index that SWAT model has generated. The measures for the goodness-of-fit of model predictions used during the calibration and validation periods were the Coefficient of determination (R2) and the Nash Sutcliffe Simulation Efficiency (NSE), these numerical model performance measures the fraction of the variation in the measured data that is replicated in the simulated result of the model which was the basis of the acceptability of the model simulated values.

The SWAT model was parameterized and calibrated to simulate the hydrologic responses of the Addalam watershed to land use and climate changes using the A1B medium range climate scenario of PAGASA using the PRECIS (Providing Regional Climates for Impacts Studies, pronounced pray-sea) model. The A1B medium range climate scenario of PAGASA was used to capture the future impact of climate change and land use change. The seasonal temperature change and rainfall change in 2050 revealed a significant change in the annual water balance parameters of the watershed.

Application of the model on analysis of integrated climate and land use changes indicated the positive impact of scenario 3 (reforestation) reveals the reduction of surface runoff and sediment yield in 2050-time frame as compared to scenario 1 which represents 2050 climate and rainfall increase and scenario 2 (50% transformation of agricultural land to urbanization) of about 4.47% converting 50% of Agricultural land and 100% of grassland to forest area.

It was concluded that the increased surface runoff and sediment yield in 2050 time slices could trigger more landslide and erosion and flooding in low lying areas. And it will be recommended that adaptation strategies should be formulated to address these issues and associated impacts affecting development in the area. An advance planting dates of crops during dry months is one way of addressing farmers on the expected rainfall reducing the impact of water scarcity and hazards.

Biography

Engineer Sean L. Agbanlog has successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Agricultural Engineers in year 2015. He started his job as an Instructor of Institute of Agricultural Technology, Isabela State University at the same year and presently as the Program Chairman of the Bachelor of Agricultural Technology Program. He holds a BS and MS degree in Agricultural Engineering major in Soil and Water Resources Management at Isabela State University-Main Campus. He was granted as permanent employee after finishing his Master’s degree in year 2020. He also an Internal Quality Auditor representative of the Institute since 2019.

Presenter

SEAN LADIMO AGBANLOG

PROGRAM CHAIRMAN

ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY,
INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY

Yield Performance of Hybrid Glutinous Corn as Influenced by Third Generation Nutrition Bio-fertilizer

Slot: 01:20pm to 01:30pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The study was conducted to determine the performance of two corn varieties and Third Generation Nutrition Bio-fertilizer interaction and to determine the return of investment of the different treatment combinations. The study was conducted at the experimental area of the Institute of Agricultural Technology, Isabela State University, Cauayan City Isabela. There were two factors used as treatments in the study. Main-plot (variety) using to corn varieties and sub-plot (fertilizer) F1-Farmers practice (100 kg 14-14-14, 100 kg 16-20-0, & 100 kg urea ha-1, F2- 50 kg 14-14-14, 50 kg 16-20-0, & 50 kg urea ha-1, +75 kg Aishawariya , 1000 ml New Suryamin, 500 ml Wonder , and 500 ml Megacal ha-1, F3- 70 kg 14-14-14, 70 kg 16-20-0, & 70 kg urea ha-1, +37.5 kg Aishawariya , 500 ml New Suryamin, 250 ml Wonder , and 250 ml Megacal ha-1, and F4- 150 kg Aishawariya , 2000 ml New Suryamin, 1000 ml Wonder , and 1000 ml Megacal ha-1). The experiment was laid out following the split plot design. The two corn varieties had insignificant differences on plant height. The ear height, ear weights with and without husk, ear length, ear diameter and corn ear yield per sampling area obtained from the two varieties were comparable with each other. The plants applied with 70 kg 14-14-14, 70 kg 16-20-0, & 70 kg Urea ha-1, +37.5 kg Aishawariya, 500 ml New Suryamin, 250 ml Wonde , and 250 ml Megacal ha-1 produced the tallest plants , ear weights with and without husk, ear length and ear diameter. The different treatment combinations produed comparable heights at 30 days after planting but significant differences among the treatment combination were observed at 60 days after planting. The combined effect of 70 kg 14-14-14, 70 kg 16-20-0, & 70 kg Urea ha-1, +37.5 kg Aishawariya, 500 ml New Suryamin, 250 ml Wonde , and 250 ml Megacal ha-1 is recommended for glutinous corn because it obtained the highest yield and return on investment.

Biography

The author is the sixth children of Mr. Cipriano S. Ticman Sr. and Melita M. Ticman. He was born in Villa Miemban Cordon, Isabela on the 25th day of October 1988. He graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from Isabela State University- Echague in 2015. At the same year, he passed the licensure Examination for Agriculturists. On December 2019 he passed the licensure Examination for teachers.

Last July 3, 2018, he graduated his Master’s degree in Agricultural Science major in Crop Science at Isabela State University- Echague Campus. The author has four years working as Research Coordinator. Currently, he serves as an Instructor at Institute of Agricultural Technology- Isabela State University Cauayan Campus.

Presenter

Cipriano M. Ticman Jr./ Marcial M. Ticman

OIC- Institute Director,

Isabela State University Cauayan Campus,
Institute of Agricultural Technology

GROWTH AND YIELD PERFORMANCE OF TRANSPLANTED SWEET CORN APPLIED WITH ORGANIC–BASED FOLIAR FERTILIZER

Slot: 01:30pm to 01:40pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

A field study was carried out to determine the effect of inorganic fertilizer plus varying rates of organic-based foliar fertilizer on sweet corn from November 2018 to February 2019 at experimental area of the Isabela State University, Cauayan City, Isabela with 7 fertilizer treatments as follows: T1- Farmers Practice 8 bags ha -1), T2 - 120-7-0 kg NPK ha -1 (RR), T3 - 120-7-0 + 0.5 Liter Foliar Fertilizer ha-1, T4 - 120-7-0 + 1 Liter Foliar Fertilizer ha-1, T5 - 120-7-0 + 1.5 Liter Foliar Fertilizer ha-1, T6 - 120-7-0 + 2 Liter Foliar Fertilizer ha-1, and T7 – 3 Liter Foliar Fertilizer ha-1 arranged in a Randomized Complete Block Design replicated three times.

Plant height at 30 and 60 days after transplanting, Ear height, ear length and diameter. Were significantly higher among fertilized with the combination of the recommended rate of inorganic fertilizer and organic-based foliar fertilizer. On the same manner, the weight of ear with and without husk per plant as well as six square meters sampling area out yielded the plants fertilized with foliar fertilizer alone. This is a strong manifestation that foliar fertilization of crops can complement soil fertilization.

Soil application method and foliar fertilization favorably produced the highest projected yield per hectare while farmer’s practice of fertilization (8 bags per hectare) attained the highest return on investment.

Biography

My name is Isaias C. Dela Peña, Instructor at the Isabela State University-Cauayan Campus. I graduated from the same school with a degree in Bachelor of Agricultural Technology. During my college days, I was elected as the President of 4H Club Organization, which was really a big help for me to grow and develop my leadership skills. Currently, I am designated as the Extension Coordinator of the Institute of Agricultural Technology, and I am glad because I have been applying and sharing my skills with a lot of people. I am enjoying the profession I have right now. For me, educating our fellowmen is a very crucial thing to make everyone knowledgeable and aware of what agriculture can do for the betterment of our lives. As the quote says, "Sharing is caring." I care for everyone’s lives, and I want to become the instrument for their dreams. That’s why I am sharing the wisdom I have gained. And of course, I couldn’t be able to put this into action without the love and support of my family. My wife and daughter are my daily inspirations.

Presenter

ISAIAS C. DELA PEÑA

Instructor I

Isabela State University-Cauayan Campus,
Institute of Agricultural Technology

Increasing Success Rates of Capital Expenditure Procurement Process by Machine Learning Algorithms Development in Owner Estimate (OE) Price Analysis

Slot: 01:50pm to 02:00pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The realization of capital expenditure budget is one of the key performance indicators. The largest portion is owned by procurement activities of goods / services. Owner Estimate (OE) is an estimate of price of goods / services that has taken into account all components of cost until it is ready to be used and utilized by users. OE is used to assess the fairness of the offer price of prospective providers of goods / services. OE preparation must be based on accountable methods and based on relevant, actual and reliable data. Machine learning is about designing algorithms that automatically extract valuable information from data. Machine learning uses linear regression to be one of the most widely used algorithms for performing price and sales prediction models. In this study, Machine learning are used to calculate owner estimate predictions in 2021 in the procurement of State-Owned Company Building Construction. From the results of the development obtained predictions with machine learning can be used in calculating the owner estimate price analysis for price predictions on the procurement of capital expenditures in building construction. Prediction results from machine learning have good fit accuracy so it can be concluded that predictions from machine learning can help budget planning and cost estimaties (Owner Estimate), which increase the project's success rate.

Biography

Civil Engineering student in University of Indonesia, 4 years working as Civil Engineering Maintenance Staff in State-Owned Corporation in Indonesia, generally work within constructions, and building procurements.

Presenter

Nur Hayati A Amiri

Civil Engineering Students

University of Indonesia

An Exploratory Research on Service Quality of the Urban Public Transport Companies and Sustainable City Logistics

Slot: 04:50pm to 05:00pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Purpose: The aim of this article is to provide an assessment of the results of primary research conducted on the quality of service provided by urban public transportation companies and sustainable city logistics in India.

Methodology: The paper is primary in research. Primarily, survey with a representative sample of 277 respondents were conducted for the purpose of gathering information for the main study. To examine the data, a variety of statistical approaches, namely,descriptive statistics, Exploratory Factor Analysis and Confirmatory Factor Analysis applied.

Findings: According to the findings of this study, respondents are more satisfied with the level of service quality provided by urban public transportation companies, whereas specific service quality characteristics are also seen differently by different employees of the companies related to sustainable logistics. According to the study, customers-orientation and environmental monitoring have significant influence on urban public transportation companies. According to the existing study, public transportation providers should take into account the needs of various passenger while determining fares.

Originality: The existing research will provide wide scope to the researchers and practitioners to carry out a comprehensive analysis on sustainable logistics with urban and rural public transport for future research.

Keywords: environmental monitoring, influence, public urban transport, service quality, sustainable city logistics

Biography

Professor (University School of Business -MBA Chandigarh University) & Ex Head of School (CT, University, Ludhiana) with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Strong education professional with a Ph.D in Management focused in Business Administration from IKGPTU. AICTE NDF Awardee and go appreciation from Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises- Development Institute for contribution in organising the Management Development Programme and Entrepreneurship Development Programme of MSME from time to time. Worked as Vice President of IIC Cell of (MHRD) Ministry of Education at CT University and MSME Incubation Centre. IIC Ambassador (Advance Level Training) of MHRD (Ministry of Education).Office bearer of Chandigarh SME & MSME Council of Women Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) as Union Territory President.The endeavour and hard work done in my personal & professional life have been magnanimous & crowned with the zeniths of plethora. Brilliance and determination are awe-inspiring and been recognized in various prestigious platforms (government and private) for contribution and excellence in the field of management and leadership. Published 21 Research Papers in reputed and renowned journals out of which 5 are in Scopus. Contributed 3 Chapters in books and has 1 article to her credit. Registered two patents in the name of her

Presenter

Dr. Kavita Sharma

Professor

University School of Business MBA
Chandigarh University
Mohali, Punjab, India

Impact of Organizational Culture on Organizational Citizenship Behavior in IT Sector of India: An Exploratory Study using PLS-SEM

Slot: 05:00pm to 05:10pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

IT Sector is serving as the financial backbone of the country, the employees are anticipated to be extremely competent, operative, and creative. Definitive Culture and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) are the parts of various leveled advancements and improvements that have gained the uncommonly considered supervisors, subject matter experts, and researchers. Organizational Culture is a significant benefit when it derives fascinating talent and outstripping the competition. Every establishment’s culture is different, so it’s imperative to hold what makes the organization exclusive. Culture is most huge when trying to achieve association-wide change and Organizational citizenship conduct is a conduct that is utilized to characterize all the hopeful and useful representative exercises and practices that aren't a part of their endorsed set of working responsibilities. The ultimate goal of this analysis quest was to evaluate the effect of working culture on OCB. PLS-Sem was applied to see the outcomes and it showed that there was a gainful result of work culture on OCB of IT specialists.

Biography

Dr. Bhanupriya Khatri is presently working as an Associate Professor of Management in University School of Business, Chandigarh University, Mohali. She is having the degree of MBA(HR) & UGC Net. She holds PhD on the topic “Talent Acquisition, Retention and its Linkage with Organizational Performance in IT Sector of India: Issues & Perspectives.” She is having teaching experience of more than 8 years. Her primary research concentrates on Talent Management, Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Diversity Management.

Presenter

Dr. Bhanupriya Khatri

University School of Business,

Chandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab (India)

The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Retention

Slot: 02:30pm to 02:40pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Human resource management practices become the major issues for all organizations because the human workforces are the great assets of both manufacturing and services sectors. Effective HRM practices bring the organizational benefits, including profitability, reputation, and employee retention. Employees’ retention is the significant business problem for all companies. The current study focuses on the HRM practices, and its impact on employees’ retention at cement manufacturing factories in Myanmar. The results show that HRM practices have a significant direct impact on employees’ retention.

Biography

Ms. Nway Nway Lwin works as an Assistant General Manager and is studying a PhD in Management at Horizons University in Paris. Her doctoral dissertation is titled "The Impact of Training and Development on Employee Performance and Productivity" in broad terms. She graduated from the University of Distance Education Mandalay in Myanmar with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2004. She got a Diploma in Business Studies from the University of Mandalay's Human Resource Department in 2007. She achieved a Master of Business Administration from Myanmar's Meiktila University of Economics in 2016. Shaw Academy in India earned her an Online Diploma in Leadership and Management in 2018.

Presenter

Ms. Nway Nway Lwin

PhD Candidate

Horizons University
Business Department

Integration of Technology Continuance Theory toward LMS acceptance after COVID 19 Among Business Administration, Marketing, and Social Sciences Instructors

Slot: 05:30pm to 05:40pm (Bangkok Time)

Abstract

The COVID-19 outbreak has brought significant disturbance to life and many sectors at one stroke. The pandemic has forced the closure of three basic levels of education (primary, secondary and tertiary) across the world, teaching and learning activities then shifted to an entirely online environment. The unusual challenges of whether instructors were adequately prepared in terms of their capability in delivering their lessons from traditional to e-learning and their intent to continue after COVID-19 faded prompted the researchers to conduct this study. As a result, this study seeks to extend the reliability of Technology Continuance Theory (TCT) constructs and explore the factors that influence the acceptance and continuity of learning management systems (LMS) used by Business Administration, Accounting, Marketing, Social Science, Entrepreneurship, and related instructors during the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of two hundreds and nine responses collected through online surveys among university and college and senior high schools’ instructors in the targeted that exploiting LMS during Covid 19 new normal. Modelling and structuring approaches with a statistical tool known as SmartPLS 3 was utilized. The findings showed that 9 of the 11 hypotheses were supported, with facilitating conditions regressing on satisfaction perception being the most strongly supported, followed by the ease of use perception on information richness. Future studies are recommended to validate ease of use perception on LMS continuation intent and usefulness. In this study, the perception of information richness effects was found to be unsupported.

Biography

Dr. Filipinas L. Bognot is an educator and researcher at the City College of Angeles, Angeles City, Philippines. She finished Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Biology (Magna Cum Laude), Master of Arts major in Biology, Master of Arts in Special Education (with a grade of 98% in all SPED courses), and Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Management. She worked as a Flexible Learning Tutor of SEAMEO INNOTECH. She conducted researches that were presented in national and international fora.

Presenter

Filipinas L. Bognot, LPT, Ph.D.

Former Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Institute of Education

Arts and Sciences and at present an Educator/Researcher,
City College of Angeles, Philippines, Institute of Education, Arts and Sciences

The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Retention

Slot: 10:40am to 10:50am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

All companies rely on effective management of human resource. Satisfied employees are the backbone of the business. Dissatisfied workers intended to leave the job as early as possible, or change to other workplace or professionals. The increase rate of employees’ turnover becomes the thread for all organizations. The employees’ satisfaction and retention link directly with each other. When the employees satisfy their jobs, they become motivate, and stay in organization for long-term. The satisfied workers are the great assets and also the retention reduces the extra costs of recruitment, selection, and training. The current study analyzes the employees’ satisfaction and retention among the middle-level management employees at Sugar factories in Myanmar.

Keywords: Job satisfaction, Employee retention, Middle-level Management Employees, Sugar Factories, Myanmar.

Biography

Ms. Win Thandar Htun @ Winnie is currently doing a PhD in Management at Lincoln University College, Malaysia starting from 2020. Broadly conceived, her doctoral dissertation is the Impact of Human Resource Management practice on Employee intention to stay. In 2014, she graduated with a Master of Business Administration from Meikthila University of Economics, Myanmar. In 2004, she earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Meikthila Institute of Economics, Myanmar. Her additional accomplishments include a Diploma in Management Accounting (LCCI, UK) after matriculation in 1999. She has been working in numerous organizations in Myanmar since 1999, and she is currently the Chief People Officer for one of the group of companies in Myanmar. She is also a founder of ASP Engineering and Training Center.

Presenter

Win Thandar Htun

Ph.D Scholar,

Lincoln University College,
Malaysia

Development Of Cost Planning Standard For Mechanical And Miscellaneous Work On Stadium Field Of Play Works In Integrated Contracts Of State Building Design Based On Indonesian Minister Of Public Works Regulation No 22 Of 2018 To Improve Cost Accuracy

Slot: 05:20Pm to 05:30pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

A building has its own complexity characteristics. There are many public facilities buildings that have a fairly high level of complexity, for example, the stadium. Public facilities buildings that have high complexity certainly require efficient contract methods because conventional work contract methods are considered not qualified to accommodate those who are influenced by the complexity of the building work. One suitable and better method is the Integrated Design and Build contract, this contract involves the contractor from planning to implementing the construction work completed properly, but in the event of failure, the contractor bears all the risks caused. This type of contract is considered necessary to be applied because some examples of public facilities work projects, especially sports facilities, are problematic in the implementation process. One example is the renovation of Helsinki Olympic Stadium experiencing an over-budget of up to €38 million. Another example refers to Indonesia, the 2018 XVIII Asian Games project, the initial cost of the project is Rp 7.4 trillion, then the cost rises drastically to Rp 12.7 trillion. Due to the frequent similar cases, we aim to develop specific cost planning standards for the mechanical work section, and Miscellaneous in the field of play area of the stadium with an integrated contract based on PUPR Ministerial Decree No.22 of 2018 to improve cost accuracy. The expected outcome of the entire study is to develop new Cost Planning Standards for stadium projects to improve the accuracy of project costs.

Biography

My name is Yosua Manaek Pardamean. I was born in Jakarta on June 27th, 1991. Currently I work as civil servant at Regional Housing, Settlement, And Land Office in Bogor District Government, West Java, Indonesia.

Presenter

Yosua Manaek Pardamean

Student

University Of Indonesia,
Civil Engineering Department

Swarm Intellignece Based Maze Solver

Slot: 10:50am to 11:00am (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Efficient collision-free motion through environments comprising of obstacles is crucial to the development of autonomous navigation systems used for target detection and tracking. In this paper, we have designed a two-robot system with swarm intelligence whereby one bot assists the other to autonomously navigate through a maze and arrive at the destination. The bot commencing the navigation uses data from infrared sensors to avoid obstacles whilst following the Left Wall Follower Algorithm. Upon reaching the target position, the initial bot wirelessly transfers the unoptimized path information recorded while traversing the maze to the second bot which then extracts the optimum path and autonomously follows it. We have used short-range Bluetooth for communication and Arduino Uno chip-set to program both the bots. Rather than stepper motors, we have opted for direct current motors together with differential kinematics. This hardware modification avoids slippage, reduces cost, increases the degrees of freedom and speed of the bots. Furthermore, the establishment of a communication pathway between two Arduinos using a Bluetooth module for coordinated search with a novel encoding algorithm is a significant milestone of this project.

Biography

I am Digya Acharya. I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus in Nepal. Currently, I am studying Computer Science at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I am interested in research related to computer vision and generative models.

Presenter

Digya Acharya

Student

The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Computer Science

Understanding the Importance of Project Planning and Scheduling in Indian Construction Projects

Slot: 05:10pm to 05:20pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The Project Planning & Scheduling is the second phase of the project life cycle. In this phase, the planner understands the contract and define Project Deliverables/ Key Milestones. The planner then creates a detail project plan (also known as Detailed Work Programme (DWP)) to guide the execution team. Planner breaks the Project Deliverables in Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and further into activities and assign the required resources to complete those activities. Activities are tasks which needs to be performed by the execution team like excavation, concreting and so on. While resources are Manpower, Equipment and Material which are assigned to these activities for estimation of activities duration. A detail list of WBS and activities are created along with the required resources. All these activities are interconnected (using relationship like FS, SS, FF & SF) from start till end to create a working project plan. The planner then coordinates with Construction Manager/ Project Manager for validation of the project plan. The project planning & scheduling helps to cover the full scope as per contract into a plan which benefits the project by reducing the time, cost, and risk on the project. This phase is a vital step in conducting the construction work smoothly. There is a need to understand the importance of Project Planning & Scheduling in success of a project. Project Planning & Scheduling directly affects the HR functions in an organization. Not limited to this, other departments are affected by the Project Planning & Scheduling phase. There are various available software’s like Primavera P6 or MS Project to assist planner in preparation of project plan. Further, AACE provide recommended guidelines (RP) like 39R-06 or 91R-16 on Schedule Development which is very helpful and comes handy while preparing the Detailed Work Programme (DWP). Lastly, Risk Register needs to be updated and incorporated in project plan.

Biography

Educational Background: Completed B. Tech (Civil) from JUIT (H.P.), PG in Project Engineering and Management (PEM) from NICMAR (Pune), MBA in Project Management from Westford University College (Sharjah) Awarding body UCAM, Spain (Pursuing).

Educational Background: IPMA-C (Certified Project Manager), Prince2 Registered Practitioner, Oracle Certified Primavera P6 Professional, IIAM Certified Professional Mediator and MHFA accreditation Mental Health First Aider.

Global Certification: Research paper titled "Hurdles faced during implementation of Project Controls in Indian Construction Industry" published in IJSRP Volume 11, Issue 12, December 2021 edition.

Publication: More than 13 years’ experience in the field of Project Management. Currently working in Ramboll India Pvt. Ltd. as Senior Consultant in Gurgaon.

Experience: More than 13 years’ experience in the field of Project Management. Currently working in Ramboll India Pvt. Ltd. as Senior Consultant in Gurgaon.

Presenter

Sagar Gaur

Student

The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Computer Science

The Pattern of Principal Instructional Leadership at Indonesian Senior High Schools

Slot: 04:00pm to 04:10pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

This research aimed to find an effective pattern of instructional leadership for high school principals. This research was conducted using the qualitative approach. This research was conducted by analyzing and discussing effective instructional leadership practices in reference schools, as well as to find best practices that could have an impact on other schools. This research used the research object at the referral high schools in the Special Province of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, to determine what characteristics made effective instructional leadership in some of these reference schools. This research found that the principals inclusively carried out the instructional leadership in establishing the vision, instructional program, instructional supervision, and instructional evaluation by involving and giving greater autonomy to the staff, and indirectly executed through the development of a conducive culture and climate. Generally, instructional leadership practice starts from a complete understanding of the learning vision, communicating the vision, and then realizing the vision through the culture and school climate. The following vision is realized in the instructional program, instructional supervision, and instructional evaluation that are carried out inclusively by involving and giving greater autonomy to vice-principals, teachers, and staff. Monitoring and evaluation activities are carried out, including ensuring teachers teach the required curriculum, encouraging them to involve students in activities, meeting teachers individually to discuss student progress issues, discussing student learning outcomes with teachers, and requesting teachers to send reports on student progress to parents. Overall, learning evaluation is carried out jointly between the principal, teachers, and staff, both mutually (in formal meetings) and in personal consultations.

Index Terms--Principal Instructional Leadership, Effectiveness, Senior High School

Biography

I am Indonesian, was born in September 1969, married with a husband and three sons. I live in the most heritage city in the world Yogyaarta Indonesia. I am a school supervisor from Departement of Education and Culture in Yogyakarta Province of Indonesia, since 2009, so I have experienced for about 12 years in helping principals, teachers and school managements professionally to improve their capacities, competences and school quality. I am a student and trying hard to gain my doctoral degree in Education Management Study Program of Yogyakarta State University , supported by my two promotors Prof. Husaini Usman and Prof. Sutrisno Wibawa. I am interested much in Educational Management, School Leadership, School Quality Assurance as well as Teaching and Learning Strategies. Nowadays I also participated in Educational Transformation in my Country Indonesia with the program “Merdeka Belajar” as a fasilitator in “Sekolah Penggerak” and “Guru Penggerak”

Presenter

Dra. Y. Sri Rahayu,M.Pd

Doctoral Degree Program,

Yogyakarta State University
Education Management Study Program

Strengthening Farmers’ Social Capital to Build the Sustainable Agriculture in Tidal Swamplands, South Sumatra, Indonesia

Slot: 04:10pm to 04:20pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

To develop sustainable agriculture in tidal swamplands, it is necessary to have a good condition of farmers’ social capital. The research purposes to measure farmers' social capital condition and formulate strategies for strengthening social capital in developing sustainable agriculture in tidal swamplands. It was carried out in Muara Telang District, Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatra Province, Indonesia in 2021 on 150 farmer respondents and 13 expert respondents. Interviewing respondents directly using questionnaire was done to obtain primary data. Strategy for strengthening social capital is formulated using the Analytical Network Process (ANP) analysis. It conlcluded that farmers’ social capital in tidal swamp rice farming was in the high criteria with a score of 39.86. The strategy of strengthening social capital in developing sustainable agriculture in tidal swamplands can be carried out through: (a) transformational leadership support, (b) increasingly routine and strong interaction between group members, (c) regular and scheduled assistance from extension workers on an ongoing basis, (d) involvement and organizational roles from the village/hamlet/group level, (e) involvement of the roles of community and family leaders and (f) a variety of programs that prioritize social and human capital capacity building. The strengthening of social capital in this tidal area is expected to empower small farmers in particular to be more empowered in managing their farms in a sustainable manner, building a sustainable corporate farm for mutual prosperity.

Biography

BUNAIYAH HONORITA – born in Betung, South Sumatra, Indonesia on May 30, 1989, is the third child of three children from Mr. Fachruddin AZ and Mrs. Rini Lisawati. The author is the wife of Police Senior Bregadier M. Syuhaidi who served at Departamental Police of Palembang City and mother of three children, namely Muhammad Rasya Athaya, Abida Zea Anum and Hanin Syauqiya.

The author completed elementary school education in 2000 at SD Negeri 1 Talang Duku, continued to junior high school education at SLTP Negeri 1 Betung which was completed in 2003. In 2006, the author completed senior high school at SMA Negeri 1 Betung and continued her studies in Agricultural Extension and Communication Study Program, Agricultural Socio-Economic Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Sriwijaya University and completed his undergraduate education in May 2010 with cum laude predicate.

Some of the achievements obtained include 1st Place Exemplary Student at Musi Banyuasin Regency (2001), 3rd Place at the Biology Olympiad at Banyuasin Regency (2005), 1st Place in Bank Sumsel's Brilliant Quiz organized by TVRI Palembang (2005), Champion I Scientific Writing Competition for Southern Sumatran Students organized by PTPN VII company (2009), Outstanding Student Graduated with cum laude predicate (2010) and 1st Place for Best Presenter at National Level at the Technical Meeting of Non-Researcher Functional Positions in the Scope of Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (2003).

Since 2011, the author is part of the government employee at Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development - Ministry of Agriculture until now. At the end of 2019, the author received a master's degree scholarship from the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) and registered as a student in the Agribusiness Masters Study Program, Faculty of Agriculture, Sriwijaya University as an LPDP awardee.

Presenter

BUNAIYAH HONORITA

Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development,

Sriwijaya University, Indonesia

A Pragmatic Strategy Approach to Optimize Performance of Parent Company and Its Business Entities Through Policy Alignment

Slot: 01:10pm to 01:20pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

This paper is aimed to develop insights and capabilities to optimize Corporate Advantage (CA) of Parent company with all entities in its business portfolio. A conceptual approach and potential solution are established to align and integrate Parenting Characteristic (PC) and its potential Parenting Opportunity (PO) to influence the performance of Parent company and the entities. Most Parent companies have established policies to ensure the effectiveness of strategies applied to each entity to create corporate and competitive advantage; however, such initiatives have potential impact to destroy value rather than create. A balance perspective of perception and tool to assess parenting fit are required as well as, the way to select policies accordingly. Such approach is expected to drive appropriate strategic choices for Parent company and its entities. This paper uses a study case approach of one Parent company with 5 (five) subsidiaries. The outcomes of this paper demonstrate that some of the decisions which have been made at Parent office are proven to create value, but others are indeed destruct the value. Through this finding, Parent can revise its policy and expand activities to synergize in vertical and horizontal approaches to further optimize the overall performance.

Biography

Subramaniam Anbanathan (called as Nathan) has been focusing his activities in conducting research and act as consultant in Strategy, Business Model, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC). Through his mixed cumulative learning process and experiences starting from physics and social knowledge orientations, Nathan has developed some practical guidance and solutions to his clients and institutions. Time being Nathan is conducting his PhD study in the field of GRC and in progress to integrate and align appropriate disciplines to realize principled performance at Airport Companies in Indonesia.

Presenter

Subramaniam Anbanathan

Ernie Tisnawati Sule, Nury Effendi, and Aldrin Herwany

Faculty of Economics and Business,
Universitas Padjadjaran,
Bandung, Indonesia

Artificial Intelligence Trends and Ethics: Issues and Alternatives for Investors

Slot: 02:10pm to 02:20pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technology, Machine learning, and cognitive systems have played a very active role in society's economic and technological transformation. For industrial value chains and international businesses, it means that a structural change is necessary since these machines can learn and apply new information in making forecasts, processing, and interacting with people. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science that uses powerful enough techniques, strategies, and mathematical modelling to tackle complex actual problems. Because of its inevitable progress further into future, there have been considerable safety and ethical concerns. Creating an environment which is AI friendly for the people and vice versa might be a solution for humans and machines to discover a common set of values. In this context, the goal of this study is to investigate the emerging trends of AI (the benefits that it brings to the society) the moral challenges that come from ethical algorithms, learned or pre-set ideals, as well as addressing the ethical issues and malpractices of AI as well as AI security. This paper will address the consequences of AI in relation to investors and financial services. The article will examine the challenges and possible alternatives for resolving the potential unethical issues in finance and will propose the necessity of new AI Governance Mechanisms to protect the efficiency of the capital markets as well as the role of financial authority in the regulation and monitoring of the huge expansion of AI in finance.

Biography

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum is working in Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance as a Former Dean of Research and Graduate Studies1in Prince Mohamad Bin Fahd University (PMU).

Presenter

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum

Professor

Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance
Tunisia

THE IMPACTS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON DEVELOPING COUNTRIES VERSUS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Slot: 02:20pm to 02:30pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

Artificial Intelligence (AI) based technology, Machine learning, and cognitive systems have played a very active role in society's economic and technological transformation. For industrial value chains and international businesses, it means that a structural change is necessary since these machines can learn and apply new information in making forecasts, processing, and interacting with people. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science that uses powerful enough techniques, strategies, and mathematical modelling to tackle complex actual problems. Because of its inevitable progress further into future, there have been considerable safety and ethical concerns. Creating an environment which is AI friendly for the people and vice versa might be a solution for humans and machines to discover a common set of values. In this context, the goal of this study is to investigate the emerging trends of AI (the benefits that it brings to the society) the moral challenges that come from ethical algorithms, learned or pre-set ideals, as well as addressing the ethical issues and malpractices of AI as well as AI security. This paper will address the consequences of AI in relation to investors and financial services. The article will examine the challenges and possible alternatives for resolving the potential unethical issues in finance and will propose the necessity of new AI Governance Mechanisms to protect the efficiency of the capital markets as well as the role of financial authority in the regulation and monitoring of the huge expansion of AI in finance.

Biography

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum is working in Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance as a Former Dean of Research and Graduate Studies1in Prince Mohamad Bin Fahd University (PMU).

Presenter

Prof. Dr. Yoser Gadhoum

Professor

Institute of Strategic Studies on Governance
Tunisia

Evaluation of the sustainability of Plasma Oil Palm in Sungai Lilin

Slot: 04:20pm to 04:30pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The aims of this research are to evaluate the sustainable condition of smallholder oil palm farming based on social, economic, technical, environmental, and institutional dimensions on Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) criteria in Sungai Lilin District, Banyuasin Regency. The location by purposive location sampling in Sungai Lilin District, Musi Banyuasin Regency, collected data on October 2021. This research uses a survey method and sample using a random method (simple random sampling) by taking 72 palm oil plasma farmers. Empirical data were analyzed using Rapfish Software and collected through in-depth interviews. The results of the analysis of sustainable oil palm plantations are included in the medium criteria with an average sustainability index value of 51.92%, the social, economic, and technical in the fewer criteria, while the environmental dimensions are in the good criteria and the institutional dimensions are in the medium criteria. Furthermore, the most sensitive indicators to the social dimension are public perception and the intensity and effectiveness of extension. The economic dimension is land productivity or income and agricultural inputs. The technical dimensions are technical planting and pest control.

Biography

My name is Destiya Rospiani, and I was born in Lahat, South Sumatra, Indonesia, on 6th December 1996. I graduated from Sriwijaya University, Indonesia, majoring in Agribusiness Bachelor Degree. Currently, I am continuing my Master of Agribusiness Economic at the same University. Furthermore, I am working as an administration and finance in the Indonesia Peat and Mangrove Restoration Agency. I also joined International Conference at Hokkaido University, Japan 2018.

Presenter

Destiya Rospiani

Master Student,

University of Sriwijaya,
Agribusiness Economics

Quality concerns in Higher Education with reference to State Private Universities in Rajasthan, India

Slot: 05:40pm to 05:50pm (Bangkok time)

Abstract

The importance of Higher Education in an Individual, Societal and Country’s development need not be over emphasized. In this context, the crucial role of the Private Institutions in the Country is very vital and important. The Higher Education in India can be broadly classified into any form of study with a minimum period of study from the completion of the School Education up to the level of the 12 th Standard. This includes the formal and informal study both Technical and Non-Technical in nature. With the above in the background, this paper attempts to explore the role of Private Universities in the State of Rajasthan in promotion and imparting of Higher Education. This gains importance, since, the State of Rajasthan, which was lagging behind in Higher Education for many decades since, independence has now one of the highest established Private Universities numbering fifty three out of the nine hundred and sixty seven Universities in India comprising all forms of Universities. Having established one among the top Sates with reference to the major share of the number of Private Universities, through qualitative achievement is made in the State of Rajasthan, it the Quality that matters with particular reference to Teaching, Research and Innovation, which leads to the Employability, Entrepreneurships which determine the real success of the achievement of the establishment of Private Universities.

The authors through this paper makes an attempt to explore and come out with the new areas which are concerns and needs to be addressed to make the Private Universities contribution in Rajasthan a significant one.

Biography

Meritorious, Successful Result Oriented career spanning over three decades of experience, in all the spheres of the Higher Educational and Research Administration and facilitation. Presently employed as a Director / Strategic Planning in the DATTA MEGHE GROUP of Institutions along with holding the position of Professor, in the Faculty of Management Studies, School of Allied Sciences and Technology, an University of International Repute (Dutta Meghe Deemed University, NAAC A+ Category) In the immediate past, employed as a Group Chief Administrative Officer and Legal Head, at rank position of the Sr. President in the Hindustan Group of Institutions, which offers a conglomerate of Higher Education from Primary to Pilot Education, Elementary to Research. Professionally qualified in three areas viz., Finance, Management and Law. Hold three Master’s Degree in the above areas with consistent Academic Record and secured Rankings in all the above.

Presenter

J ERNEST SAMUEL RATNAKUMAR,

RESEARCH SCHOLAR

M V N UNIVERSITY