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The 1st International Conference on Biospheric Harmony

International Conference on Biospheric Harmony

Advocating Biocentrism Emancipation
in the Appraisal of Industry 4.0 Environmental Risks and Opportunities

BINUS Alam Sutera, 27-28 June 2019

Humans are exploiting the earth in an unsustainable manner which creates seemingly inherent conflict between conservation and human needs. Industry 4.0 in addition to climate change poses an imminent threat to the planet’s life-sustaining ecological systems, and it represents one of humanity’s most difficult challenges to date. Moreover, the advancement of technology has altered man’s relations with the biosphere.

As mentioned by Maria Loloni,

Industry 4.0 and climate change are an unusual pair, but they have obvious things in common: They’re systemic, they’re complex, and they’ll disrupt how we as a society conceive of value creation.

Through this conference, we aim to promote the notion of “biospheric harmony” as a concept to capture our efforts for living in harmony with the environment in our human-dominated epoch.

The “biosphere” and “environment” terms used in ICOBAR are very inclusive. To get a basic idea of biospheric harmony, please visit this site and, for social and psychology researchers, A Biospheric Model of Personality.

*The creator of ICOBAR logo is Arif Prijono Susilo Ahmad, M.Sn..

 

>> 1st ICOBAR 2019 Memories <<

Status Perkembangan Publikasi

Video [at] BINUS Research

 

Invited speakers

Farhan Helmy – CEO Advanced Computing, Design and Innovation (ASCODI) Laboratory, Green Voice Indonesia

Farhan Helmy is a scientifically-trained independent professional of natural resource and environmental policy analysis, with special interest and experience in forestry governance, disaster risk reduction, collective action, political economy, community based initiatives, socially adaptable technology, system dynamics and risk assessment and environmental vulnerability mapping, and open source tools development, such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, Decision Support Systems (DSS). He specializes in conceiving, designing and assessing environmental information systems and decision support systems, and their implementation at national,provincial and district levels.

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Promoting Sustainability Agenda at Micro Level: Lesson Learned from the Field

Abstract. The advancement of science and technology and subsequent industrial processes such as Industry 4.0 should be perceived as an opportunity to transform society from unsustainable living to more sustainable future. One of the challenging issues is how to engage non-state actors, particularly community at grassroot level. The presentation will share some concerns of the issues based on the lesson learnt in promoting sustaibility agenda in some initiatives in Indonesia. (Farhan Helmy – Presentation Material)

Fitrian Ardiansyah – Executive Chairman and Founder of IDH-The Sustainable Trade Initiative

Fitrian Ardiansyah is Executive Chairman and Founder of IDH (Inisiatif Dagang Hijau) The Sustainable Trade Initiative in Indonesia.
He has more than 18 years working experience in the field of ecological and environmental economics, natural resource management, integrated spatial and land use planning, sustainable commodities, sustainable forest management as well as climate change and energy. His geographical coverage of works includes areas inside Indonesia, Australia and the Asia Pacific.

He is also a board member of Partnership for Indonesia’s Sustainable Agriculture (PISAgro), a regional committee member for Tropical Forest Alliance 2020/World Economic Forum (TFA2020/WEF) in Southeast Asia, a council member of SAWIT Challenge, a committee member of the Development of National Competency Standard of Sustainable Coffee (RSKNNI), and a core-group member of International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s Commission on Ecosystem Management (CEM).

In the past, he was Adviser and Program Director for Climate and Energy, WWF-Indonesia.
In the field of climate and energy, he was one of the experts of the Indonesia Forest Climate Alliance (IFCA) focusing in developing the framework of REDD (reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation) in Indonesia and serving as a member of Indonesian Official Delegates to UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention of Climate Change).

He was also advising and helping various think-tank organisations focusing on climate change, environmental management and energy such Pelangi Indonesia and Article 33. He was Adjunct Lecturer and Researcher at Paramadina Graduate School of Diplomacy (PGSD) and Fellow at the International League of Conservation Writers (ILCW).

Fitrian has been active in writing articles and contributing to publications for reputable media and organizations. He was a regular author for “Road to Copenhagen” column in 2009 – continued as “Climate Solutions” in 2010 – for the Jakarta Post. Since 2011, he has been acknowledged as Fellow by the International League of Conservation Writers. He is also an accomplished speaker at different national and international fora.

In addition to his core work, Fitrian served as an Advisory Board member of Asian Young Leaders Climate Forum, a member of Australian Government Scholarships Alumni Reference Group (ARG), a technical expert member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels (RSB), and a member of the Global Youth Forum on Agriculture Research and Development. Also, he was an active member of Criteria Working Group in the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil/RSPO (producing Principles and Criteria on Sustainable Palm Oil) and a member of the Executive Board of RSPO. While in Australia, he served as the Coordinator of Indonesia Synergy (knowledge network initiated by young Indonesian scholars from various universities in Canberra, Australia).

He obtained a Master degree in Environmental Management and Development from the Australian National University, Canberra, focusing on Ecological and Environmental Economics. Previously, he obtained a bachelor degree at the Environmental Engineering Department, the Institute of Technology, Bandung, focusing on Environmental Quality Management.

He received Australian Leadership Award and Allison Sudradjat Award from the Government of Australia.

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Ensuring Biospheric Harmony through Green Growth and Landscape Approach  

Abstract. With growing environmental and social problems – disturbing the biospheric harmony – resulting from economic activities, there is a clear need for substantive solutions that cut to the heart of the economy at different levels. Two key interventions that are now being tested by a number of organizations, including IDH with the government and private sector, are green growth and sustainable landscape approaches. In South Sumatra, West Kalimantan, Jambi, Aceh, West Papua and Papua, collaborative efforts among stakeholders led by the government have managed to initiate, develop and gradually apply green growth. Green growth modelling and recommendations provide different development scenarios of the land-based sector and their ex-ante economic, social, and environmental impacts. These will, through a process of multi-stakeholder consultations and negotiations, be used to influence important policy processes such as spatial planning, mid-term development planning and the government’s owned programs and eventually the yearly budgeting. It is expected that green growth can be used as an umbrella policy process and act as a positive developmental option compared to BAU (business-as-usual) developmental trajectories. Green growth, nevertheless, can only be applicable with the support of concrete interventions such integrated sustainable landscape. Such an approach involves different actors leading key commodities, including pulp, palm oil, coffee and mining, so that a partnership can be formed and nurtured to address shared challenges such as forest and land fires, peat land conversion and deforestation, water management, and community development. Partnership and multi-stakeholders’ commitment is a crucial way to address the sustainability challenges holistically at a landscape level. Companies, communities, governments and other stakeholders working together to drive coordinated change across a wide area are imperative if we want to achieve balanced economic prosperity, social inclusion and environmental conservation. (Fitrian Ardiansyah – Presentation Material)

Prof. Gary Latham – Past President, Work and Organizational Psychology, International Association of Applied Psychology

Gary Phillip Latham is the Secretary of State Professor of Organizational Effectiveness at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. From 1983-1990, he was the Ford Motor Research Professor, Business School at the University of Washington. He is widely viewed as one of the world’s leading experts in the field of organizational behavior and goal setting theory. His contributions to organizational behavior have changed the field, both theoretically and empirically. His work on goal-setting has made fundamental contributions to both the area of motivation and self-regulation and makes him a household name to students and scholars in organizational behavior. In fact, if you are familiar with research on goals, you have heard people cite his name, perhaps in association with Edwin Locke, hundreds of times. You may remember their landmark article based on decades of their own and other’s research on goals in the American Psychologist: Building a practically useful theory of goal setting and task motivation: A 35-year odyssey.

KEYNOTE LECTURE: Goal Setting Theory (for preserving the environment)

Abstract. Goal setting theory (GST) states that specific, high goals lead to higher performance than easy to attain goals, or vaguely worded goals. Moreover, the higher the goal, the higher the performance GIVEN sufficient ability, goal commitment, performance feedback, and situational resources. There are four types of goals: performance, learning, behavioral, and attitudinal (e.g., do your best). The art is determining when to use one of the first three. Self/team efficacy, the conviction that “yes, I/we can” is crucial to goal commitment. I will close my talk on ways to build self/team efficacy. (Gary P. Latham – Presentation Material)

 

REMARKS
Chair
The 1st International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR)

Good morning to all of you,

To the honorable,

  1. Professor Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, Vice Rector – Research & Technology Transfer, BINUS University
  2. Ibu Nelly, S.Kom., MM., Alam Sutera Campus Director, BINUS University
  3. Vice rectors, Directors, Deans, and Professors,
  4. Distinguished keynote speakers,
    Farhan Helmy, CEO/Founder Advanced System Computing, Design and Innovation (ASCODI) Laboratory, Bandung, Indonesia
    Prof. Dr. Gary Latham, University of Toronto, Canada
    Mr. Fitrian Ardiansyah, Executive Chairman and Founder of IDH (Inisiatif Dagang Hijau) The Sustainable Trade Initiative in Indonesia
  1. Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

ICOBAR is a new conference brand in BINUS University that comes from the notion that we as scientists should not only analyze the issues and challenges we have in our personal lives, but concern ourselves with the welfare of the world and actively create and sustain a harmony in the paradoxical realities that exist in our lives.

In Javanese ethics (Java, where a majority of the Indonesian population resides), the concept of harmony is very familiar and engrained in our culture. Not only harmony between man and nature, but also social harmony. From a young age, we are familiarized with virtues such as: responsibility comes before rights, and the greater good of the people over a small subset.

What is interesting is that even though actions and attitudes coming from the virtue of harmony is often accused of being ‘conflict avoidant’ or even full of pretense; sustaining harmony requires a high level of art, excellence and finesse – values ingrained in the pursuit of knowledge and academia.

Therefore, it is no surprise that when talking about harmony in any of its form, within the ICOBAR conference, the conversation is led by researchers and academics from many backgrounds, including the School of Design, School of Computer Science, Business School, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Economics & Communication, all the way to the School of Psychology. Indeed, in the pursuit of biospheric harmony, we need an open and multi-disciplinary approach.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

The virtue of openness also includes the practices and attitudes known as open science. Open Science is not a new discipline, but a mindset where we transparently share, champion, collaborate on and build on each other’s research and knowledge. This is all for the goal of creating a better world through our science.

One way we can do this is be wary of the trend of commercialization of scientific output which narrows its usefulness. However, we are also careful to protect the intellectual property of their owners.

If we look at the clustering of the submission titles within this conference, we can immediately observe that no small number of topics are quite similar. These topics aren not from a single group of researchers, but rather researchers from different institutions. For example, the topic of waste is studied from a psychological, communication and business perspective. Under the emergent paradigm of Team-science, individual work and research can coalesce into great discoveries that will impact the world, and be reviewed by leaders in the field. Indeed, this is what we hope for.

I hope that the seeds of open science and team science will grow through this conference. For example, you can show your raw data and could request the data of your colleague, or collaborate. You can show your experimental procedure and could ask for a study protocol of your friends if you sought to replicate some of the findings.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

ICOBAR received ….. submissions that underwent a single blind peer review. From the total number, approximately 70% were accepted for oral presentations. As the chair, I sincerely hope there will be fruitful exchange over the next two days.

On this occasion, please allow me to announce the Best Paper Award for three researchers whose papers have been assessed by the ICOBAR Scientific Committee, namely:

  1. Laura Christina Luzar – School of Design, BINUS University
    “A Case Study of a Good Waste Management in Daily Life Promotional Tool for Children in the Form of Card Game”
  2. Debora Eflina Purba – Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia
    “Moderating Role of Job Resources in the Work Passion and Job Performance”
  3. Liliek Adelina Suhardjono – School of Design, BINUS University
    “Moving the City, Preserving Identity The Curious Case of the City of Kiruna”

Finally, have a good discussion!

Jakarta, 27 June 2019

Dr. Juneman Abraham, S.Psi., M.Si.
Chair ICOBAR 2019

 

WELCOMING REMARKS
General Chair
BINUS Joint International Conference (BJIC) 2019
The 1st International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR)

Alam Sutera, 27 June 2019

 

H.E. Prof. Dr. Ir. Harjanto Prabowo, MM., Rector, BINUS University
H.E. Nelly, S.Kom., MM., Alam Sutera Campus Director, BINUS University
Vice rectors, Directors, Deans, and Professors,

Distinguished keynote speakers,

Mr. Farhan Helmy, CEO/Founder Advanced System Computing, Design and Innovation (ASCODI) Laboratory, Bandung, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Gary Latham, University of Toronto, Canada
Mr. Fitrian Ardiansyah, Executive Chairman and Founder of IDH (Inisiatif Dagang Hijau) The Sustainable Trade Initiative in Indonesia.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

Let us praise to God the Almighty for His merciful and blessings as we gather here to attend The First International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR) 2019 as part of BINUS Joint International Conference (BJIC) 2019.

This year BJIC consists of 5 international conferences covering many disciplines ranging from sustainability and development, information management, engineering, technology, computer science, business, international relations, social science and humanities, namely:

  1. International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR), chaired by Dr. Juneman Abraham, S.Psi., M.Si., is held now in Tangerang, 27 – 28 June 2019;
  2. International Conference on Information Management and Technology (ICMTech), chaired by Drs. Suroto Adi, M.Sc., D.M.S, will be held in Bali and Jakarta, 19 – 20 August 2019;
  3. International Conference on Computer Science and Computational Intelligence (ICCSCI), chaired by Dr. Derwin Suhartono, S.Kom., M.T.I., will be held in Yogyakarta, 12 – 13 September 2019;
  4. International Conference of Business, International Relations, and Diplomacy (ICOBIRD), chaired by Moch. Faisal Karim, S.Sos., M.A., Ph.D, will be held in Jakarta, 9 – 10 October 2019;
  5. International Conference on Eco Engineering Development (ICEED), chaired by Dr. Oki Setyandito, S.T., M.Eng., will be held in Solo, 13 – 14 November 2019.

As a continuation of BJIC 2018 which succeeded in collecting 1,227 papers and accepting and presenting 823 papers, this year we aim to increase the number of papers submission, accepted and presented to around one thousand papers. The 1st ICOBAR, specifically, brings the biospheric harmony concept to capture efforts for living in harmony on earth from multidisciplinary perspective.

The name after the conference underlines the uniqueness, importance and relevancy within the context of industrial revolution 4.0 where people, organism, machine, and its environment live together. Human being as creator of robots, machines, and technologies but then in the same time we live with them and create new future in unique ways. Finally, the challenges include how to manage these relationships for the better quality of our life.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

This conference is also very special because of our keynote speakers are prominent scholars and professionals from Indonesia and Canada who contribute to the discussion of new insights about biospheric harmony from their perspective as academician, professionals and expert from different fields. This conference shows the bold commitment of BINUS University as world class university that ranked 801-1000 in QS WUR 2020 to continuously produce, share knowledge and foster and empower the society. Therefore, I do appreciate for their contribution to these conferences.

Last but not least, I would like to appreciate all chairpersons of the 5 conferences and committee members who have been working very hard to make this conference possible. I would also like to thank presenters, participants, our reviewers and publishers of the paper presented in the conferences as well as sponsor of this event. I hope you enjoy the conference!

Thank you very much.

Jakarta, 27 June 2019

Prof. Dr. Tirta N. Mursitama, PhD
General Chair BJIC 2019

Event Rundown 

Opening Ceremony – 27 June 2019 – BINUS Alam Sutera Auditorium Floor 5

Time Event Who Involved
08:00-08:30 Registration Executive Committee
Art Performance Safira & Aditya
08:30-08:45 Opening Safira (MC)
Praying M. Nanang Suprayogi, Ph.D.
Indonesia Raya Aditya
08:45-09:00 Report (Chair) Dr. Juneman Abraham
Best Paper Annoucement
09:00-09:25 Welcoming Address Prof. Tirta N. Mursitama
Formal Opening (Gong)
Photo Session Keynote Speakers & BINUSIAN Leaders
09:25-10:00 Keynote Speech 1 Farhan Helmy
10:00-10:35 Keynote Speech 2 Prof. Gary Phillip Latham
10:35-11:10 Keynote Speech 3 Fitrian Ardiansyah
11:10-12:00 Dialogue Moch. Faisal Karim, Ph.D. (Moderator)
Souvenir for Keynote Speakers
Photo Session All Participants
12:00-13:00 Lunch Break

Presentation Schedule

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27 June 2019

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13:00 – 14:30 1698 Waste Segregation among XYZ University’s students: Between Intention, Perceived Behavioral Control and Perceived Satisfaction to Facility Ashma Nur Afifah (Moderator) Universitas Indonesia
1822 A Case Study of a Good Waste Management in Daily Life Promotional Tool for Children in the Form of Card Game Laura Christina Luzar New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
1926 Re-design of Waste Bank Business Model: Case Study of Digital Waste Bank Wendy Endrianto BINUS UNIVERSITY
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1747 Smart Tourism Recommender System in Jakarta Using Multi-Criteria Approach Suharjito (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1956 Media Design Promotion of Three Dimensional Dioramas to improve the psychology of player appearance Case study of Sriwedari Puppets in Surakarta City Emmanuel Putro Prakoso Bina Nusantara University
1894 Street Signage Design Analysis on Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Grace Hartanti Interior Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University

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13:00 – 14:30 1830 Moderating Role of Job Resources in the Work Passion and Job Performance” Debora Purba (Moderator) Universitas Indonesia
1889 Biophilic Workplace Design and How It Affects the Worker’s Happiness and Productivity Mila Andria Savitri STTK Bina Nusantara Bandung
1938 Investigating the relationship between Generation Y’s working motivation and working performance and its impact on employee job satisfaction (A study on a jewelry company in Metropolitan Jakarta) Nurianna Thoha International Business Management Program, Management Department, BINUS Business School Undergraduate Program
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1953 Psychological Aspect on Environmental Organizations Logo from Visual Perspective to Create Awareness for the Target Audience Tengku Sandrina Agnieta (Moderator) Binus University
1958 Human Fall Detection Using Low Power Consumption Long Short-Term Memory Model Based on Smartphone Sensors Data Maria Seraphina Astriani Bina Nusantara University
1892 Can Mind Map Technique Increase the Capacity of Working Memory? Evi Afifah Hurriyati Bina Nusantara University

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13:00 – 14:30 1890 The Art of Storytelling: Enriching Museum Exhibits and Education in Museum Pusaka Polniwati Salim (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1839 World Wildlife Fund Poster in Visual Perception Metaphor Suprayitno Sutoyo New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
1867 Relationship between the Concept of Tri Hita Karana with Biospheric Value Orientations Manifestation of Balinese Cosmology Hanny Wijaya Bina Nusantara University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 11 Mobile Base Embedded Weighbridge System for Palm Oil Industry Mega Jaya (Moderator) Universitas Universal Indonesia
1840 Battle of Ideas: Palm Oil Discourses in Indonesia and European Union Dinna Wisnu Bina Nusantara University
1857 Corporate Cash Holdings, Foreign Institutional Ownership, and Firm Value Triasesiarta Nur Finance Program, Accounting Department, Faculty of Economics & Communication, Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL9 WTO and E-commerce in Developing Countries Muhammad Reza Syariffudin Zaki Business Law Program, Law Department, Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University

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13:00 – 14:30 1895 The Spirit of Arts & Crafts Movement in the Industrial era 4.0 in the Short Animation Portrait Arik Kurnianto (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1904 Enterprise risk management disclosure: a study on Indonesia’s manufacturing industry Rosinta Ria Panggabean Accounting Department, Faculty of Economics and Communication, Bina Nusantara University
1853 Review of Harmonization of Food Court Design with Users and the Surrounding Environment of Urban Communities in Bintaro Jaya-South Tangerang Dila Hendrassukma Bina Nusantara University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1930 Pursuing Superior Identity Cosplay and Social Media Popularity

 

Meilani

(Moderator)

New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
1685 Analysis of Aspect Relationship of Pictogram Emoji With Behind Social Media Conduct in Jakarta Arsa Widitiarsa Utoyo Universitas Bina Nusantara
1707 The relationship between resilient behavior  and academic achievement and intelligence among psychology students at Bina Nusantara University Angela Dyah Ari Pramastyaningtyas Psychology Department, Bina Nusantara University

 

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13:00 – 14:30 1952 Authority and legitimacy in the process of reconstructing national history through cultural-historical narrative of “Spice Route” Dewi Kumoratih (Moderator) Binus University, School of Design
1858 Motives And Colors Of Megamendung In The Review Of The Culture Of The Aculturation In Batik Trusmi Cirebon Nunnun Bonafix New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia 11480
1859 Si Juki and Tourism Promotion: Delivering Information through Graphic Narrative to Build Awareness about Natural and Cultural Heritage in Flores Dria Setiautami New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1740 Symbol from Nature: Batik Lasem as a Creation of  The Acculturation of Javanese and Chinese Motifs Julita Oesanty Oetojo

(Moderator)

Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
1728 Revive the Natural Dyed Method in Lurik Textile in Creating a Better Sustainable Environment Julita Oesanty Oetojo Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta
1820 Redesigning Indonesian traditional snack packaging with scenario analysis approach Tobias Warbung Binus University

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13:00 – 14:30 1828

 

Description of Implementation of Self-Regulated Learning on Student at The University of X

 

Yan Andre Peranginangin (Moderator) BINUS University
1937 The effect of Entrepreneurship Education to the Entrepreneurial Intention: Cross-sectional Study from Indonesia Chyntia Ika Binusian STTK Bina Nusantara
1709 Understanding Peer Culture, Self-Efficacy, Collaboration and Communications Skills Among Undergraduate Students Anita Maharani Bina Nusantara University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1891 Murals and Artworks Design Applications Analysis on Public Facility towards its Built Environment at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Ika Rachmayanti (Moderator) Interior Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia 11480
1885 Motion Graphic Project for Environment: Social Awareness for City Forest in Jakarta Tunjung Riyadi Animation Program, Visual Communications Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL2 Indonesia’s Approaches in Dealing with Irregular Immigrants in Southeast Asia Lili Yulyadi Arnakim Department of International Relations, BINUS university, Jakarta

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13:00 – 14:30 MANUAL15 The model of education for the digital natives through returning the environment as the pillar for sustainable development Ferry Doringin (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1841 Education and Exhibition Design: Narratives Display at Museum Pusaka Anak Agung Ayu Wulandari Interior Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia, 11480
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Visual Exploration through Visual Communication Design Work Creation as an Introduction Attempt of Marine Biodiversity Devi Kurniawati Homan Bina Nusantara University

 

 

MANUAL5 Innovating Education Through Teacher Competencies 4.0 Ferry Doringin Primary Teacher Education Department, Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1705 Connection and Experience Value Through Community Event Kompakers Jakarta Lidya Wati Evelina (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1864 The role of endorser’s credibility in relation to impulsive buying as the mediator of post purchase dissonance Lulu Nadya Hakim PSYCHOLOGY BINUS UNIVERSITY
1835 Comparing Peer-To-Peer Lending and Crowdfunding Business Models In Indonesia Dian Kurnianingrum STTK BINUS Bandung

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13:00 – 14:30 1692 Kodokushi(Dying Alone): A Study about Disconnected Society in Japan Sri Dewi Adriani (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
1849 Moving the City, Preserving Identity The Curious Case of the City of Kiruna Liliek Adelina Suhardjono New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia 11480
1893 Street Lighting Design Analysis on Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Budi Setiawan Interior Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia. 11480.
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1854 Watchdoc Documentary Image Makes Bumi Ciptagelar The Relationship of Local Wisdom and Environment in Documentary Perspective

 

 

Ekky Imanjaya

(Moderator)

Film Department Binus University

 

 

1703 The Role of Ikumen in Promoting Women’s Participation in the Workplace Ratna Handayani Binus University
1902 A brief introduction on Circular Design: a holistic approach to sustainable living Arifpermana Ratum Visual Communication Design, BINUS Bandung, School of Creative Technology

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13:00 – 14:30 1869 Local Wisdom Adaptation on Siak Weaving with Industry 4.0 in Modern Society Tengku Ghasanny (Moderator) Bina nusantara, animasi
1856 How Art Activism in RajutKejut Creates Environmental Awareness in the Industry 4.0 Era Sari Wulandari Visual Communication Design, New Media Program, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL3 Indonesia’s Strategies in Mitigating the Natural Disaster in Southeast Asia Lili Yulyadi Arnakim Department of International Relations, BINUS University
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 1950 Promoting Ecological Awareness through the Art World Liliek Adelina Suhardjono (Moderator) New Media Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia 11480
1929 Perceptions of Determinants Associated with Employability among University Graduates in Indonesia Sukma Putra Bina Nusantara University
1750 Prediction of Personal Standard and Teacher Expectation for Burnout in Professional Dancers Karisa Dewi Psychology Department BINUS

Student Executive Committee – 27 June 2019

Auditorium

1. Anna Tamara
2. Gabriela Pratiwi Harefa
3. Alya Nazala

4. Ade Amalia
5. Savirra Marpaung

6. Nikodemus Oktavianus Budiman

 

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1. Andi Indira Meitasari Insan

2. Nurul Fadhilah

3. Nilam Yolanda Putri

4. Viola Krismia D.

 

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1. Dhea Kusuma Dewi

2. Liza Novifidyah

3. Amanda Rizki Nadia

4. Naufal Rifqi Nurrashafii

 

5. Niendya Arini

6. Kesi Ivaneli

7. Iolana Gladys Wehilani

8. Esty Putri Nurhayati

 

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1. Ade Amalia

2. Savirra Marpaung

3. Gaby Harefa

4. Anna Tamara

 

5. Jason

6. Noval Syafutra

7. Pandu Tri Mulia Hartono

8. Natalia Grace

 

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1. Alviolita Desyuri

2. Novita Frantika

3. Chika Amanda Sinsky

4. Mutia Pati Maharani

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1. Ghooniyah Hardiyan

2. Hani Amila

3. Tasya Nabilla

4. Belia Anisa

 

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1. Fakhirah Aprilia

2. Sekar Rizky

3. William Junior Herlie

4. Akrima Aisyana

 

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1. Alfiani Vitri

2. Shaskya Ramadhina

3. Inggrid Craciella

4. Daffa Adila

 

5. Kelvin Octavianus Tang
6. Muhammad Rizky Nugraha
7. Muhammad Ranaby
8. Randhy Saputra

 

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1. Carina

2. Salsabila Fauza Isna

3. Sarah Jamal Marta

4. Billa Asfaa Elinsy

 

 

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1. Maharani Dyah ayu
2. Anisa Nurul Anggraeni
3. Indah Nur Fitriyanti
4. Mohammad Abiyyu Rendragraha

 

Presentation Schedule

28 June 2019

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The time is advanced 30 minutes earlier
anticipating the Muslim Friday Prayer

 

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08:00 – 09:30 1753 The Effect of Self-Esteem by Responding to the Peaceful Message on Social Media Esther Widhi Andangsari (Moderator) RIG Cross Cultural Communication, Bina Nusantara University
1847 The Mediating Effect of Professional Ethics and Moderating Effect of Due Professional Care on The Relationship between Competence and Independence with Audit Quality Meiryani BINUS UNIVERSITY
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Designing edugraphic,  by using thinking map on the subject of learning about Indonesian spice:Nutmeg,  for elementary schools as visual learning media Inda Ariesta

 

 

New media Program,  School of Design BINUS University
1846 The Influence of Change Management on The Accounting Information System Meiryani BINUS UNIVERSITY
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00 – 11:30 Cybercrime in Industry Revolution 4.0 Under Indonesia Legal System Vidya Prahassacitta (Moderator) Department of Business Law, Faculty of Humanity, Binus University
MANUAL13 E-Commerce Adoption in SME An Application of Technological-Organizational-Environmental in Indonesia’s Food Industry Marko S Hermawan Binus University
1844

 

Accounting Information Systems Implementation for Information Quality Meiryani BINUS UNIVERSITY
1682 So Little Time, So Much to Do: External Stress of Urban Dual Earner Couple in Greater Jakarta Area Pingkan C B Rumondor Bina Nusantara University

C0302

08:00 – 09:30 1960 Legal Protection for Environmental Human Rights Defender Under Indonesia Legal System: A Key to Sustainable Development Erna Ratnaningsih (Moderator) Business Law Department, Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University
1848 Determinants of Shares Investment Volition in Emerging Country Pariang Siagian Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL12 Community-Based Homestay In Muslim Friendly Tourism Destination That Benefit The Welfare Of Local Society Titik Endahyani Interior Design Department, School of Design , Bina Nusantara University
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00 – 11:30 1899 Environmental Concern through Promotion of Thematic Learning Clean Air for Health in Primary School Yufiarti (Moderator) Faculty of Psychology Education, Jakarta State University, Jakarta 13220
1833 Paruman Character as Media to Introduce Environmental Pollution In Children Using Transmedia Storytelling as a Strategy for Dealing Industry 4.0 Nashiruddin Alfath Animation Program, Visual Communication Design Department, School of Design, Bina Nusantara University
1845 Determinants of Financial Digital Services in Emerging Country Pariang Siagian Bina Nusantara University

C0303

08:00 – 09:30 1861 Acculturation in Cultural Site Kelenteng Caow Eng Bio For Enrichment of Tourist Objects in Bali

 

Randy Indra Pradhana (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
23 phase 3-b Mascot, The Visual Mode Against Waste Resita Kuntjoro Jakti Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL14 Factors Influencing Millennial Consumer Selection of Full-Service Restaurant in Jakarta Area A. Seichi Ramadan Binus University
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00 – 11:30 1837 Blockbusters Films and the Discourses of  Environmental Issues Ekky Imanjaya (Moderator) Film Study Program, Bina Nusantara University
1883 Exploration of Digital Nature Colors on Photography and Illustration Noor Udin Creative Advertising Program, Visual Communication Design, School of Design, Binus University
18 (phase 2) Eco-Fashion for Sustainable Movement : Story telling as Promotion Strategy Yusaira Farhia Bina Nusantara University

C0304

08:00 – 09:30 1870 Self-esteem and Its Relation to Academic Procrastination Muhamad Nanang Suprayogi (Moderator) Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL6 Indonesia Entrepreneurship Index (IEI) as An Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Hendry Hartono Management Department, BINUS Business School Undergraduate Program, Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL7 Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index (ITEI): An Efforts To Build A Positive Culture In Education Sonya Rapinta Manalu Computer Science Department, School of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara University
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00 – 11:30 1874

 

AQUIESCENCE: Biospheric Harmony Themed Animated Film

 

Frans Santoso (Moderator)

 

Universitas Bina Nusantara
1699 Description of SPIRIT values quantitatively among employees in BINUS University Yosef Dedy Pradipto Universitas Bina Nusantara
MANUAL8 Analysis of Boku Functions in Song Written by Women’s Authors: Psycholinguistic Studies Rudi Hartono Manurung Universitas Bina Nusantara

C0305

08:00 – 09:30 1734 Construct Validity of Personal Attribute of The Effectiveness Leadership to Handle Conflict in Multicultural Communities Istiani (Moderator) Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University
MANUAL16 The Influence of Entertainment, Informativeness, and Digital Influencer Recommendation on Consumer Attitude toward Digital Advertisement and Purchase Intention Enda Paggati Bina Nusantara University
1876 Knowledge Management Behavior of Private School Educators in South Tangerang Maria Grace Herlina Management Department, BINUS Business School Undergraduate Program, Bina Nusantara University
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break
10:00 – 11:30 1896

 

Bus Shelter Design Analysis as Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung

 

Aldo Fernando Pratama (Moderator)

 

Universitas Bina Nusantara
1959 Legal Framework of Safety and Health of Seafarers on Board Ships Nirmala Masilamani Universitas Bina Nusantara
MANUAL1 Role of Counselling Teachers in Future Students’ University Selection in Indonesia Amalia E. Maulana Universitas Bina Nusantara

 

Student Executive Committee – 28 June 2019

C0301

1. Silmi Nur Fhadillah

2. Jihan Abdul Kadir

3. Azzahra Mudrikah

4. Andrea Adna Sani

 

5. Carina
6. Salsabila Fauza isna
7. Alifani Mutianingsih
8. Athiyyah Khairunnisa

 

C0302

1. Ade Amalia

2. Alviani Savitri

3. Bertha Vania

4. Savirra Marpaung

 

5. Belia Anisa
6. Ghooniyah Hardiyan
7. Hani Amila
8. Tasya Nabilla

 

C0303

1. Kezya Faza Indira

2. Marsha Alya

3. Stephany Elmaria

4. Yasina Cut Syahfira

 

5. Alviolita Desyuri

6. Novita Frantika

7. Chika Amanda Sinsky

8. Mutia Pati Maharani

 

C0304

1. Assya Adijanti Moedianto

2. Dwi Rifka Ikhsania

3. Raden Ayu Syafna Ainunna

4. Viola Krismia

 

5. Alfiani Vitri
6. Shaskya Ramadhina
7. Inggrid Craciella
8. Michael Vierri

 

 

C0305

1. Niendya Arini Putri

2. Kesi Ivaneli

3. Annabela clarisa

4. Abiyyu

 

 

C0306

1. Annisa Puspitasari

2. Shella Sabila

3. Sarah Jamal Marta

4. Billa Asfaa Elinsy

 

5. Dhea Kusuma Dewi

6. Liza Novifidyah

7. Amanda Rizki Nadia

8. Brigita Kristanti

 

C0307

1. Andrey Febryan

2. Kelvin Octavianus Tang

3. Muhammad Rizky Nugraha

4. Randhy Saputra

 

C0309

1. William Junior Herlie

2. Sekar Rizky Pradhani

3. Iolana Gladys

4. Esty Putri

 

C0310

1. Jason

2. Noval Syafutra

3. Pandu Tri Mulia Hartono

4. Natalia Grace

 

Recommendation for Hotel

Information Regarding ICOBAR Acceptance Announcement

This conference would serve as a great opportunity for BINUS University in terms of increasing its internationalization profile by hosting an international conference, as well as to support the agenda of boosting the number of Scopus-indexed publication affiliated with the institution. ICOBAR would also serve as the forum to exchange ideas and knowledge-sharing, which could be very useful for BINUS University’s faculty member improvement.

Acceptance Rate : 70% 

Untuk Pemakalah dari Indonesia: Kami mohon maklum atas ikhtiar berkesinambungan dari BINUS University untuk memproses sebaik mungkin artikel rekan-rekan Pemakalah. Dalam proses ini, terdapat hal-hal yang kiranya perlu menjadi catatan bersama kita bahwa:

  • Surat Elektronik yang berjudul Acceptance Announcement merupakan e-mail resmi dari ICOBAR dengan domain binus.edu yang berfungsi sebagai hal yang sehari-hari disebut sebagai Surat Penerimaan Artikel atau LoA (Letter of Acceptance). Tidak ada LoA dalam bentuk lain selain surat elektronik tersebut. Registrasi melalui tautan yang disediakan dalam LoA wajib dilakukan. Tanpa registrasi, penjadwalan tidak tersedia. Penjadwalan dari Panitia ICOBAR tidak dapat diganggu gugat.
  • BINUS University akan memproses naskah yang telah dalam status diterima (accepted) untuk Presentasi Oral tersebut untuk memperoleh kesempatan untuk dipublikasikan dalam prosiding atau jurnal terindeks Scopus, baik EUDL/EAI atau yang lain.
  • Di samping seleksi pada tingkat Scientific Committee, artikel-artikel dalam konferensi yang menerbitkan Prosidingnya melalui Badan Penerbit, pasti menjalani seleksi oleh Badan Penerbit yang bersangkutan. Hal ini berlaku untuk seluruh konferensi internasional yang berlangsung di berbagai kawasan. Hal ini terkait dengan Declaration of Authors butir Kesembilan (NINTH).
  • Lebih lanjut, di samping seleksi pada tingkat Badan Penerbit, proses indeksasi Scopus pasti menjalani seleksi oleh Scopus itu sendiri. Hal ini juga terjadi pada seluruh konferensi internasional yang berlangsung di berbagai kawasan yang berkolaborasi untuk mengusahakan prosiding terindeks Scopus. Hal ini terkait dengan Declaration of Authors butir Kesembilan (NINTH).
  • Dalam proses seleksi tersebut, baik Badan Penerbit maupun Scopus selalu memiliki diskresi atau kebebasan penuh untuk memutuskan: apakah menerima atau menolak ajuan, serta waktu publikasi dan indeksasinya. Hal ini merupakan sebuah konvensi yang berlaku secara internasional. Hal ini terkait dengan Declaration of Authors butir Kesembilan (NINTH).
  • Sejalan dengan Declaration of Authors butir Kesepuluh (TENTH): berbagai media publikasi yang mengakui dirinya terindeks Scopus akan terus diupayakan. Sebuah contoh yang representatif dalam hal ini adalah The 3rd International Conference of Psychotechnology (ICOP 2018) yang merupakan bagian dari The 3rd International Conference on Social Sciences, Laws, Art, and Humanities (ICSSLAH 2018). Dalam tautan ini, dapat diperoleh informasi bahwa 25% dari naskah ICOP 2018 (5-6 September 2018) telah sukses dipublikasikan pada sebuah jurnal terindeks Scopus pada 7 Juni 2019. Sedangkan 75% lainnya terus diproses lebih lanjut oleh BINUS University. Dengan perkataan lain: TIDAK ada penghentian proses untuk artikel-artikel yang belum terpublikasikan dalam medium yang menyatakan dirinya terindeks dalam Scopus. Akan tetapi, indeksasinya di Scopus sepenuhnya bergantung pada Scopus sendiri.
  • Jika suatu Badan Penerbit mensyaratkan penandatangan Copyright Transfer Agreement, maka Corresponding Author akan dihubungi. TIDAK semua Badan Penerbit mensyaratkan hal ini.
  • ICOBAR TIDAK memiliki kebijakan pengembalian dana (refund). Oleh karena itu, sebelum memutuskan untuk melakukan payment, maka Information Regarding ICOBAR Acceptance Announcement serta Declaration of Authors wajib dicermati dengan seksama.
  • Khusus untuk BINUSIAN, sejalan dengan Pedoman Pelaksanaan Penelitian dan Publikasi BINUS University, seluruh dosen tetap yang artikelnya telah diterima untuk Presentasi Oral dan memperoleh Kesempatan Publikasi Scopus, wajib mengisi Formulir Permohonan Pembiayaan Seminar/Jurnal Ilmiah (Request of Funding for Seminar/ Scientific Journal) yang dapat diperoleh dari RC/Research Coordinator yang ada di tingkat Jurusan/Fakultas/School, atau dari RTT (jika tidak memiliki RC). Formulir tersebut wajib dicetak, ditandatangani oleh pihak-pihak terkait, dan dilampirkan dengan email Acceptance Announcement dari icobar[at]binus.edu, untuk dikirimkan kepada RTT BINUS University.
  • Seluruh pertanyaan atau permintaan informasi terkait ICOBAR hanya dapat dialamatkan kepada “satu pintu“, yakni melalui surat elektronik icobar[at]binus.edu. Untuk pertanyaan atau permintaan informasi yang TIDAK tercantum pada Information Regarding ICOBAR Acceptance Announcement serta Declaration of Authors akan memperoleh tanggapan.
  • Sedangkan, untuk pertanyaan yang sudah tertera pada kedua section tersebut, TIDAK ada pengulangan penjelasan dari icobar[at]binus.edu. Contoh pertanyaan yang sudah ada penjelasannya pada kedua section tersebut adalah pertanyaan tentang media publikasi dan waktu publikasi.
  • Seluruh perkembangan terkait publikasi ICOBAR akan dimutakhirkan secara berkelanjutan (apabila ada update) melalui situs web http://bit.ly/icobar2019 atau http://research.binus.ac.id/icobar

 

 

Registration Fee

No. Item Fee (full amount)
1. Presenter Registration IDR 4,000,000
/ USD 350
2. Non-Presenter / Participant IDR 1,500,000
/ USD 150
3. BINUSIAN Associate Faculty Member Participants Free

Timeline

Conference days 27-28 June 2019
Call for papers 15 March 2019
Deadline for full paper submission

(Min. 5 pages; max. 8 pages; empirical research)

Phase 1:

25 April 2019

 

Phase 2 (extended):

7 May 2019

Notification of review results and acceptance/rejection Phase 1 & Phase 2:

20 May 2019

 

Phase 3:

First, 20 May 2019 (see Table below –

Review Results – 19 May 2019)

Second, 27 May 2019

Deadline for  final draft for publication Phase 1 & 2 :

27 May 2019

 

Phase 3:

First, 27 May 2019 (see Table below –

Review Results – 19 May 2019)

Second, 29 May 2019

 

Registration and Payment

 

28-29 May 2019
Camera ready 18 June 2019

 

 

Subject Areas

  1. The assumption and conception of biospheric harmony
  2. Industry 4.0’s technologies contributing to biospheric harmony-based corporate
  3. Organizational culture and biospheric harmony management
  4. Automation-human symbiosis work systems
  5. Impact of Industry 4.0 on energy and resources consumption
  6. Biospheric model of harmony-driven business
  7. Social impact of Industry 4.0 systems and activities
  8. Biospheric harmony maintenance policies/methodologies
  9. Employee empowerment affecting companies’ green performance
  10. Augmented reality and safety improvement
  11. Big data and analytics in forecasting biospheric harmony
  12. Biospheric harmony-decision support systems
  13. Peaceful project management and financing in sustaining the biosphere
  14. International regime and fair trade preserving the biosphere in Industry 4.0 era
  15. Biospheric harmony promotion in literature, story-telling, and creative design.

Review Results – 19 May 2019
(Phase 1 & Phase 2 Submissions; Some Phase 3 Submissions)

Phase 1
No Paper Title Decision (What needed)
1 Analyses Of Peer Culture, Self Efficacy, Collaboration Skills And Communications Within Students Major Revision
2 ANALYSIS OF ASPECT RELATIONSHIP DESIGN OF PICTOGRAM “EMOJI” WITH BEHIND SOCIAL MEDIA CONDUCT IN KOTA JAKARTA Major Revision
3 Connection Value and Experience Value Through Community Event Kompakers Jakarta Minor Revision
4 Construct Validity Of Personal Attribute of the Effectiveness Leadership To Handle Conflict In Multicultural Communities Minor Revision
5 Effect of Personal Standard and Teacher Expectation for Burnout in Professional Dancers Professional Minor Revision
6 Factors affecting the dividend payout ratio of agriculture and mining companies Minor Revision
7 IRONY OF INDONESIAN INTERNET SHOPPING BEHAVIOUR AND  WHAT E-COMMERCE SHOULD PURSUE IT Major Revision
8 Kodokushi (Dying Alone): A Study about Disconnected Society in Japan Major Revision
9 Lecturer as Role Model to Prevent Food Waste in University: Baseline Study to Design an Intervention Minor Revision
10 MEASURING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION LEVEL OF MOBILE BANKING: A STUDY ON INDONESIAN BANK Major Revision, Resubmission
11 Mobile Base Embedded Weighbridge System for Palm Oil Industry Minor Revision
12 Practices of Employee Eco-Incentives as Employee Recognition to Support Company’s Green Performance Minor Revision
13 Redesigning Indonesian traditional snack packaging with scenario analysis approach Minor Revision
14 Revive the Natural Dyed Method in Lurik Textile in Creating a Better Sustainable Environment Minor Revision
15 Self-esteem and It Is Relation to Academic Procastination Minor Revision
16 So Little Time, So Much To Do: External Stress of Urban Dual Earner Couple in Greater Jakarta Area Minor Revision
17 Study on Perception of City Governments Regarding Innovation in Financing of Urban Infrastructure Resubmission
18 Smart Tourism Recommender System in Jakarta Using Multi-Criteria Approach Minor Revision
19 Study on Perception of City Governments Regarding Innovation in Financing of Urban Infrastructure Resubmission
20 Symbol from Nature: Batik Lasem Motifs as a manifestation of acculturation of Chinese and Javanese motifs Minor Revision
21 The Effect of self-esteem of the peaceful massage in social media Major Revision
22 The Employee’s Perspective as an Online Consumer Resubmission
23 The Impact of insurance product knowledge, interpersonal communication and hardiness knowledge on the performance of insurance agents Minor Revision
24 The prediction of decision making of motorcycle purchasing from Lifestyle and Self Concept in Jakarta Minor Revision
25 The relationship between resilient behavior  and academic achieviement and intelligence among psychology students at Bina Nusantara University Major Revision
26 The Role of Ikumen in Promoting Women’s Participation in the Workplace Minor Revision
27 Waste Segregation among XYZ University’s students: Between Intention, Perceived Behavioral Control and Perceived Satisfaction to Facility Minor Revision
28 Description of SPIRIT values quantitatively among employees in BINUS University Major Revision
Phase 2
No Paper Title Decision (What needed)
1 A Case Study of a Good Waste Management in Daily Life Promotional Tool for Children in the Form of Card Game Minor Revision
2 Accounting Information Systems as a Determinant Factor for Increased The Quality of Accounting Information Major Revision
3 ACCULTURATION IN CULTURAL SITE “KELENTENG CAOW ENG BIO” FOR ENRICHMENT OF TOURIST OBJECTS IN BALI Major Revision
4 AQUIESCENCE: Biospheric Harmony Themed Animated Film Minor Revision
5 Augmented Reality as Potential Alternative Media for Paperless Advertising Minor Revision
6 Battle of Ideas: Palm Oil Discourses in Indonesia and European Union Resubmission
7 Biophilic Workplace Design and How It Affects to Worker’s Happiness and Productivity Major Revision
8 Blockbusters Films and the Discourses of  Environmental Issues Minor Revision
9 Building the perception of harmony through tradition: Photostory Mertidusun Lamuk Legoksari Minor Revision
10 Bus Shelter Design Analysis as Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Minor Revision
11 Can Mind Map Technique Increases the Capacity of Working Memory? Minor Revision
12 COMPARING PEER-TO-PEER LENDING AND CROWDFUNDING BUSINESS MODELS IN INDONESIA Minor Revision
13 Corporate Cash Holdings, Foreign Institutional Ownership, and Firm Value Minor Revision
14 CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT IN SOCIAL MEDIA BRAND Minor Revision
15 Designing edugraphic, by using thinking on the subject of learning about Indonesian spices: Pala, for elementary schools as a visual learning media Minor Revision
16 DETERMINANTS OF FINANCIAL DIGITAL SERVICES IN EMERGING COUNTRY Major Revision
17 DETERMINANTS OF SHARES INVESTMENT VOLITION IN EMERGING COUNTRY Major Revision
18 Eco-Fashion for Sustainable Movement : Story telling as Promotion Strategy Minor Revision
19 Education and Exhibition Design: Narratives Display at Museum Pusaka Minor Revision
20 Enterprise Social Media: A Media for Knowledge Sharing Minor Revision
21 ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN THROUGH PROMOTION OF THEMATIC LEARNING “CLEAN AIR FOR HEALTH” IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Major Revision
22 Exploration of Digital Nature Colors on Photography and Illustration Major Revision
23 HARMONIZE THE RETAIL SPACE IN E-COMMERCE ERA; STUDY CASE THE ELEMENT OF SERVICESCAPE IN JAKARTA MALL Minor Revision
24 How Art Activism in RajutKejut Balancing the Environment in the Industry 4.0 Era Minor Revision
25 Indonesia’s Approaches in Dealing with Irregular Immigrants in Southeast Asia Minor Revision
26 Indonesia’s Strategies in Mitigating Natural Disasters in Southeast Asia Minor Revision
27 Knowledge Management Behavior of Private School Educators in South Tangerang Minor Revision
28 Local Wisdom Adaptation on Siak Weaving with Industry 4.0 in Modern Society Major Revision
29 Moderating Role of Job Resources in the Work Passion and Job Performance Relationship Accepted
30 Motion Graphic Project for Environment: Social awareness for City Forest in Jakarta Minor Revision
31 Moving the City, Preserving Identity: The Curious Case of the City of Kiruna Minor Revision
32 Murals and Artworks Design Applications Analysis on Public Facility towards its Built Environment at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Minor Revision
33 ONLINE NEWS MEDIA STRATEGY IN MAINTAINING BRANDING IDENTITY: A FRAMING ANALYSIS ON THE JAKARTA POST ONLINE ARTICLES Minor Revision
34 Online Video Can Build Ways Of Thinking In Society (Study Case Video Sexy Killers) Minor Revision
35 Paruman Character as Media to Introduce Environmental Pollution In Children Using Transmedia Storytelling as a Strategy for Dealing Industry 4.0 Minor Revision
36 Physiognomy Application for Character Design Development for Short Animation about Father’s Grief Process after the Loss of Family Members. Minor Revision
37 Pursuing Superior Identity: Cosplay and Social Media Popularity Major Revision
38 Relationship between the Concept of Tri Hita Karana with Biospheric Value Orientations: Manifestation of Balinese Cosmology Minor revision
39 Review of Harmonization of Food Court Design with Users and the Surrounding Environment of Urban Communities in Bintaro Jaya, South Tangerang Minor Revision
40 Role of Counseling Teacher on Future Students University Selection in Indonesia Minor Revision
41 Si Juki and Tourism Promotion: Delivering Information Through Graphic Narrative to Build Awareness About Natural and Cultural Heritage in Flores. Minor Revision
42 Street Lighting Design Analysis on Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Major Revision
43 Street Signage Design Analysis on Public Facility at Asia Afrika Street, Bandung Major Revision
44 The Art of Storytelling: Enriching Museum Exhibits and Education in Museum Pusaka Minor Revision
45 THE INFLUENCE OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT ON THE ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM Minor Revision
46 THE MEDIATING EFFECT OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND MODERATING EFFECT OF DUE PROFESSIONAL CARE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMPETENCE AND INDEPENDENCE WITH AUDIT QUALITY Minor Revision
47 The Relationship Between Nature And The Javanese View of Decoration and Architecture Minor Revision
48 THE ROLE OF ENDORSER’S CREDIBILITY IN RELATION TO IMPULSIVE BUYING AS THE MEDIATOR OF POST PURCHASE DISSONANCE IN PURCHASING FASHION PRODUCTS ONLINE ON INSTAGRAM BY LATE ADOLESCENT WOMEN Minor Revision
49 The spirit of Arts & Crafts Movement in the Industrial era 4.0 in the Short Animation “Portrait” Minor Revision
50 Understanding the Persistence of Poverty in Agricultural Sector in Indonesia: a Path Dependence Analysis Minor Revision
51 Visual Exploration through Visual Communication Design Work Creation as an Introduction Attempt of Marine Biodiversity Minor Revision
52 Watchdoc Documentary Image Makes Bumi Ciptagelar: The Relationship of Local Wisdom and Environment in Documentary Perspective Minor Revision
53 World Wildlife Fund Poster in Visual Perception Metaphor Minor Revision
54 The Impact of US CAATSA to Arms Procurement from Russia Resubmission
Phase 3-a
No Title Decision (What needed)
1 The model of education for the digital natives through returning the environment as the pillar for sustainable development Minor Revision
2 E-Commerce Adoption in SME: An Application of Technological-Organizational-Environmental in Indonesia’s Food Industry Minor Revision
3 Community-Based Homestay In Muslim Friendly Tourism Destination That Benefit The Welfare Of Local Society Minor Revision
4 Big Data-Based Technology Toward The Ideologization of Neoliberalism. Minor Revision
5 3d Mural Art Trends as a Medium for Urban Tourist Visiting Minor Revision
6 WTO and E-commerce in Developing Countries Minor Revision
7 Promoting Ecological Awareness through the Art World Minor Revision
8 Re-design of Waste Bank Business Model: Case Study of Digital Waste Bank Minor Revision
9 ANALYSIS OF BOKU FUNCTIONS IN SONG WRITTEN BY WOMEN’S AUTHORS: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDIES Minor Revision
10 Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index (ITEI): An Efforts To Build A Positive Culture In Education Minor Revision
11 Innovating Education Through Teacher Competencies 4.0 Minor Revision
12 Indonesia Entrepreneurship Index (IEI) as An Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Minor Revision
13 Leadership in ASEAN: The Role of Indonesia’s Chairmanship in the ASEAN Youth Sector. Minor Revision

Review Results – 22 May 2019
(Some Phase 3 Submissions)

Phase 3-b
No Title Decision (What needed)
1 The model of education for the digital natives through returning the environment as the pillar for sustainable development Minor Revision
2 E-Commerce Adoption in SME: An Application of Technological-Organizational-Environmental in Indonesia’s Food Industry Minor Revision
3 Community-Based Homestay In Muslim Friendly Tourism Destination That Benefit The Welfare Of Local Society Minor Revision
4 Big Data-Based Technology Toward The Ideologization of Neoliberalism. Minor Revision
5 3d Mural Art Trends as a Medium for Urban Tourist Visiting Minor Revision
6 WTO and E-commerce in Developing Countries Minor Revision
7 Promoting Ecological Awareness through the Art World Minor Revision
8 Re-design of Waste Bank Business Model: Case Study of Digital Waste Bank Minor Revision
9 ANALYSIS OF BOKU FUNCTIONS IN SONG WRITTEN BY WOMEN’S AUTHORS: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDIES Minor Revision
10 Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index (ITEI): An Efforts To Build A Positive Culture In Education Minor Revision
11 Innovating Education Through Teacher Competencies 4.0 Minor Revision
12 Indonesia Entrepreneurship Index (IEI) as An Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Minor Revision
13 Leadership in ASEAN: The Role of Indonesia’s Chairmanship in the ASEAN Youth Sector. Minor Revision
14 A brief introduction on Circular Design: a holistic approach to sustainable living Minor Revision
15 Authority and legitimacy in the process of reconstructing national history through cultural-historical narrative of “Spice Route” Minor Revision
16 Cybercrime in Revolution Industry 4.0 Under Indonesia Legal System Minor Revision
17 Enterprise risk management disclosure: a study on Indonesia’s manufacturing industry Minor Revision
18 HEY JAKARTANS, WOULD YOU GO ORGANIC? THE DRIVERS OF ORGANIC FOOD CONSUMPTION AMONG JAKARTA CONSUMERS Major Revision
19 Human Fall Detection Using Low Power Consumption Long Short-Term Memory Model Based on Smartphone Sensors Data Minor Revision
20 Investigating the relationship between Gen Y’s working motivation and working performance and its impact on employee job satisfaction (A study on a jewelry company in Metropolitan Jakarta) Minor Revision
21 Legal Framework of Safety and Health of Seafarers on Board Ships at Sea Major Revision
22 Legal Protection For Environmental Human Rights Defender Under Indonesia Legal System: A Key To Sustainable Development Minor Revision
23 Mascot, The Visual Mode Against Waste Minor Revision
24 ‘Priority Chair’ as a Sign in the Public Transportation: A Case of Bus and Train Operating in Indonesia and Japan Major Revision
25 MOTIVES AND COLORS OF MEGAMENDUNG IN THE REVIEW OF THE CULTURE OF THE ACULTURATION IN BATIK TRUSMI CIREBON Minor Revision

How to Revise Your Article

Some information about the article review and revision process:

  1. The single blind peer review is applied in the process of reviewing ICOBAR articles. This means the reviewer knows the name of the author, but the author does not know the name of the reviewer.
  2. The results of reviews for authors from Indonesia are delivered in Indonesian language so that the results of the review can be accurately understood by authors from Indonesia. However, the revisions made must be in English that meet the correct English grammar. Meanwhile, the results of reviews for non-Indonesian (international) authors are delivered in English.
  3. The results of the review are delivered by ICOBAR Committee via email icobar@binus.edu. The e-mail has a Subject in the form of the article title, and the e-mail body/content is the review results.
  4. Acceptance or rejection will be decided by ICOBAR Scientific Committee based on the revisions made by the author. As such, the authors cannot assume that the article must have been accepted, unless it has been declared “Accepted” in the Table above.
  5. A brief address of this page is: http://bit.ly/icobar2019
  6. The revisions deadline for articles listed in the table above: 27-29 May 2019 (not 27 June 2019;  27 June is the Conference day)
  7. Articles that have not appeared in the table above are still in the review process.
  8. The Corresponding Author must reply the email from icobar@binus.edu by attaching the DECLARATION OF AUTHORS (below), in Word (DOC/DOCX, in text) and PDF (printed, signed and scanned) and also the revision file, in Word (DOC/DOCX).
  9. Please follow the Guideline for revision, STRICTLY, in the DECLARATION OF AUTHORS.

DECLARATION OF AUTHORS

Article title (Latest title after revision) _______________________________
Corresponding author’s email (only one email address) _______________________________
First author’s first name _______________________________
First author’s last name _______________________________
First author affiliation and address _______________________________
Second author’s first name _______________________________
Second author’s last name _______________________________
Second author affiliation _______________________________
Third author’s first name _______________________________
Third author’s last name _______________________________
Third author affiliation _______________________________
Fourth author’s first name _______________________________
Fourth author’s last name _______________________________
Fourth author affiliation _______________________________
Fifth author’s first name _______________________________
Fifth author’s last name _______________________________
Fifth author’s affiliation _______________________________

 

On behave of all authors, I, as the corresponding author, herewith declare that:

FIRST, I have made a revision according to the reviewer’s comments and input, as follows:

No Suggestion of the Reviewer My Revision

(State what improvements are made, and on what pages the revision can be seen)

1 _______________________________ _______________________________
2 _______________________________ _______________________________
3 _______________________________ _______________________________
4 _______________________________ _______________________________
5 _______________________________ _______________________________

 

SECOND, I send a revised file that contains improvements in accordance with the Table above. The file that I send is in Word format (DOC / DOCX), and the FILE NAME of the DOC/DOCX is the latest TITLE of my article. I attach this file to a REPLY EMAIL of the review result email sent by icobar@binus.edu

THIRD, The revision that I do is in accordance with the template (http://………………………………….) –  maximum of 10 pages (including References). The article I have submitted to the conference is original, has been written by the stated authors and has not been previously published.

FOURTH, I fully understand that articles that do not match (STRICTLY) the Template CANNOT be published.

FIFTH, I have confirmed the following:

  1. All references must be cited in my article, and CITATION ORDER is SEQUENTIAL [1], [2], [3], [4], ……
  2. I do not do text and/or image plagiarism. My article does not infringe any copyright, violate any other intellectual property, privacy or other rights of any person or entity, or contain any libellous or other unlawful matter.
  3. I have stated all image sources in the image caption. When taken from the internet, I have included the complete address (full URL) of the image source. If it is a personal document, I have stated it.
  4. If Tables taken from a source, the source has been stated in the Table caption.
  5. Abstracts have been made in only one paragraph.

SIXTH, I realized that my revised article would be checked for its similarity level by the Scientific Committee, ICOBAR, Bina Nusantara University, using TurnItIn or any other software.

SEVENTH, I have added an Acknowledgment before the Reference section, as follows:

This article has been presented at the 1st International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR), Bina Nusantara University, Alam Sutera Campus, Tangerang, Indonesia, June 27-28, 2019.

EIGHTH, I have added in the Acknowledgment section, the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education and/or Bina Nusantara University research contract letter number, if the article is the result of research that receives funding from one or more of these institutions.

NINTH, I am fully informed that the publication of the proceedings will takes AT LEAST 9 – 12 months from the conference date. It can be longer than the mentioned dates (more than 12 months) if the queue for publication is long at the Publisher side. Indexation process in Scopus may take some time between 9 – 12 months after the publication.

TENTH, if my article is accepted, I have granted to Bina Nusantara University the exclusive right to publish and reproduce my article, or any part of the article, in print, electronic and all other media, by mentioning the title and the authors of my article.

ATTACHED to My Reply Email to icobar@binus.edu:

  1. This Declaration Form (in Word format, DOC/DOCX)
  2. This Declaration Form (printed, signed, and scanned, in PDF)
  3. The revised article (in Word, DOC/DOCX)

Signature: _______________________________

Full name: _______________________________

Date : _______________________________

 

Organizing Committee

Advisory board Prof. Dr. Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, Ph.D.

Nurlina, S.Kom., M.M.

Chair Dr. Juneman Abraham, S.Psi.
Co-chair Moch. Faisal Karim, Ph.D.
Secretary Aninda Rahmasari Tirtawinata, M.Litt.
Media promotion Brilly Andro Makalew

 

Scientific Committee

Name Affiliation
Prof. Harjanto Prabowo Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Prof. Tirta Nugraha Mursitama, Ph.D. Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Prof. Bahtiar Shaleh Abbas Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Novrizal Tahar The Indonesia Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK)
Assoc. Prof. Nanthakumar Loganathan Azman Hashim International Business School, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
Prof. Dr. Yahia H. Zoubir KEDGE Business School
Assistant Prof. Pei-Ling Yang Oriental Institute of Technology, Taiwan
Prof. Tai Wan-Ping, Ph.D. Cheng Shiu University, Taiwan
Prof. Ching-lung Tsay, Ph.D. Tamkang University, Taiwan
Prof. Dr. Heri Hermansyah, S.T., M.Eng. Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Maria R. Nindita Radyati, Ph.D. MMCSR, Trisakti University
Zaafri A. Husodo, Ph.D. Department of Economy, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
Prof. Dra. M.A. Yunita T. Winarto, M.S., M.Sc., Ph.D. Department of Anthropology, Universitas Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Dody Prayogo, MPSt Department of Sociology, Universitas Indonesia
Dr. Juneman Abraham Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University
Moch. Faisal Karim, Ph.D. Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University
Prof. Dr. Sasmoko, M.Pd. Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Adler Haymans Manurung, M.E., M.Com Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Ir. Edi Abdurachman, MS., M.Sc. Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Prof. Widodo Budiharto, S.Si., M.Kom. Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Triyono A. Wahyudi Faculty of Business, Kalbis Institute
Heny Kurniawati, SST., Ak., M.Sc, Ph.D Faculty of Economics & Communication, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Putri Andam Dewi, S.Sos., M.Si. Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Hendry Hartono, S.E., M.M. Binus Business School Undergraduate Program, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Mita Purbasari Wahidiyat, M.F.A. School of Design, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Religiana Hendarti, S.T., M.T., Ph.D. Architecture Study Program, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Oki Setyandito, S.T., M.Eng Civil Engineering Study Program, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Rida Zuraida, S.T., M.T. Industrial Engineering Study Program, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Muhammad Nanang Suprayogi, Ph.D. Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Dr. Ari Margiono BINUS Business School
Dr. Pantri Heriyati, S.E., M.Comm. Doctor of Research in Management, BINUS University
Dr. Marko Sebira Hermawan School of Accounting and Finance, BINUS Business School
Dr. Ahmad Syamil, CPIM-F, CIRM, CSCP Binus Business School, Bina Nusantara University
Primidya Kartika Miranda Soesilo, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D Master of Management Program, BINUS University
Dr. Nesti F. Sianipar, S.P., M.Si. Food Technology Program, BINUS University

 

Supported by:
Nationwide University Network in Indonesia (NUNI)


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  1. Thanks 4 d info. Can I write d article in Indonesian?

  2. Salam. Artikel bisa dalam bahasa Indonesia? Trims.

    • Yth. Pak Anton,
      Maaf kami luput membalas pertanyaan Bapak sebelumnya.
      Untuk konferensi ini, artikel sudah harus dalam bahasa Inggris, Pak.

      Salam,
      Raymond Godwin

      • Ok. Trims. Untuk info. Salam dari kami para peneliti di Kupang, Timor, NTT.

  3. Salam. Mohon info, artikel bisa dalam bahasa Indonesia? Atau harus dalam bahasa Inggris? Ada petunjuk teknis penulisan artikel? Trims.

    • Tolong kirim format pendaftaran calon pengirim makalah. Trims

  4. Yth. Bapak/Ibu Panitia ICOBAR
    Paper saya harus direvisi (minor), namun user id saya : triasesiarta_nur, maupun password tidak dapat diterima. Saya sudah mengikuti panduan reset password, namun tetap tidak berhasil.Mohon bantuannya.
    Terimakasih.
    Salam,
    Triasesiarta Nur

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