Sep 16 2010

3rd GEN International Seminar in Bali 2010

Published by at 5:14 pm under General Information

GEN stands for Gadjah Mada University – Indonesia and Ehime University – Japan Network that is U to U collaboration based on a mutual cooperation, as a forum for academics and institutions to share new knowledge and research results on some particular subject or global issues. This year, the 3rd GEN International Seminar was held on August 2010 in Bali, Indonesia. The event is organized by Gadjah Mada University, Ehime University, RISPESCIA (Indonesian Supply Chain Research and Development) and incorporation with some universities, both from Indonesia as well as Japan. The theme of 3rd GEN International Seminar was “Sustainable Bio-resources for Global Welfare”, it provides a forum for representatives from the public, researchers, scientists, professionals and policy makers to join. Furthermore, related topics in the seminar were (a) Forest Carbon Budgeting for REDD, (b) Zeolite Chemistry and Its Industrial Application, (c) Plant Factory, (d) Biodiversity and Natural History Museum, (e) Functional Food, (f) Molecular Genetics of Tropical Rain Forest, (g) Hydrological Issues under Global Warming, and (h) Supply Chain in Practices. The author has presented his research paper titled “Application of Web-based Monitoring System for Plant Growing by Using Machine Vision” that prepared together with Mr. Atris Suyantohadi, Mr. Dody Kastono and Mr. Andri Prima. Special thanks to Faculty of Agricultural Technology UGM for supporting us to participate in the seminar.

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