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ASIC (Aquatic Science International Conference)

THE 1st AQUATIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2022

Online, 7-8 October 2022

Water health is the most vital issue in human life. The health of the waters directly affects the health condition. As many as 1 million people died due to water,  sanitation and hygiene-related diseases. Every two minutes a baby dies of water-related diseases. This condition is exacerbated by the expansion of areas experiencing drought, such as Somalia and countries in Africa. Only as much as 1% of water that can be used by humans for daily needs. Of this amount, only 0.0007% can be consumed by humans. The need for decent water for human life is increasing along with the Covid-19 pandemic that has hit the whole world. Efforts to prevent the spread of the SAR-COV 2 virus through the Hand Washing Movement require the availability of sufficient clean water. Without the availability of clean water, the spread of the SAR-CoV 2 virus becomes difficult.

Most of the springs around human life have been polluted. This pollution is generally caused by domestic activities, fertilization, pest control and pollution from the industry. This worsens the condition of the waters. The problem of clean water becomes more complicated due to over-exploitation of forests as water catchment areas. The problem of water has become a worldwide concern. One of them is the breakthrough of the United Nations in July 2010 which has recognized the human right to water and sanitation. The United Nations recognizes the right of every human being to access to water for personal and domestic needs. Everyone needs 50-100 liters of water in a day. Availability of water must be safe, affordable and cheap. The cost of obtaining water should not be more than 3% of the total income. Meanwhile, water sources must be affordable, which is less than 1 km from the house.

Great attention to water is reflected in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) number 6 which reads “Ensuring affordability and sustainable management of water and salinity for all.” The United Nations has also discussed water issues for a long time, including at The United Nations Water Conference (1977), the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (1981-1990), the International Conference on Water and the Environment (1992) and the Earth Summit (1992), and included in the milestone agreements of the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development, the 2015-2030 Sendai Framework on Health Risk Reduction, the 2015 Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing on Development, and the 2015 Paris Agreement with the UN Convention Framework on Climate Change.

THEMES

DROP OF LIFE: Chalenge to Conserve Aquatic Ecosystems for Next Generation

TOPICS

  1. Aquatic Biodiversity
  2. Aquatic Biotechnology
  3. Aquatic Ecotoxicology
  4. Aquatic Ecology/Limlonogy
  5. Aquatic Waste Management

OPENING REMARKS

Prof. Widodo, S.Si., M.Si, P.hD.Med.Sc.

Rector of Universitas Brawijaya

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  1. Prof. Chia-Hung Yen (National Pingtung University of Science, and Technology, Pingtung, TAIWAN)
  2. Dr. Marian P. De Leon (University of the Philippines Los Baños, PHILIPPINES)
  3. Prof. Ir. Yenny Risjani, DEA, Ph.D (Aquatic Resource Management, Universitas Brawijaya, INDONESIA)
  4. Prof. Andrzej Witkowski (Institute of Marine and Environmental Sciences, University of Szczecin, POLAND)
  5. Dr. Sabrina Green, Ph.D (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM)(*under confirmation)
  6. Dr. Emilio Soler Onís (Observatory of Canary Islands of HABs  (OCHABs), University of las Palmas de Gran Canaria, SPAIN)

INVITED SPEAKERS

  1. Dr. Uun Yanuhar, S.Pi., M.Si (Aquatic Resource Management - Universitas Brawijaya)
  2. Dr. Majariana Krisanti, S.Pi, M.Si (Aquatic Resource Management - Bogor Agricultural University)

IMPORTANT DATES

Early Registration and Abstract Submission Due Date (15 Sept 2022)

Reguller Registration and Abstract Submission Due Date (30 Sept 2022)

Accepted Abstract Notification (30 Sept 2022)

Full Paper Submission (7 Oct 2022)

Conference Day (7-8 Oct 2022)

SUBMISSION FILES

PUBLICATION

Selected full paper will be published on the Conference Proceeding indexed by Scopus. (IOP Conference Proceeding)

REGISTRATION FEE

Early Bird (Rp. 200.000,- or 15 USD)

Reguler (Rp. 400.000,- or 50 USD)

Attendants non presenter (Rp. 50.000,- or 5 USD)

 

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