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International Conference of Integrated Intellectual Community


Editorial Board
Guide for Authors

The 3rd ICONIC (International Conference of Integrated Intellectual Community) 2018 is biannual conference initiated
among academician within the Indonesian Student Association in Germany, also called Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia
(PPI) Jerman), and that has been devoted to discuss scientific state-of-the-art on the recent worldwide hot topics, to
exchange knowledge and experiences amongst academicians or scientists, practitioners and policy makers.

ICONIC 2018 raises a theme of Science and Technology for Sustainable Development adopting the resolution in UN
General Assembly held on September 25th 2015 ( A set of goals toward a new sustainable
development agenda to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all has been issued, including: (1)
Zero hunger, (2) Good health and well-being, (3) Quality education, (4) Gender equality, (5) Clean water and
sanitation, (6) Affordable and clean energy, (7) Decent work and economic growth, (8) Industry, innovation and
infrastructure, (9) Reduced inequality, (10) Sustainable cities and communities, (11) Responsible consumption and
production, (12) Climate action, (13) Life below water, (14) Life on land, (15) Peace, justice and strong Institution, and
(16) Partnerships for the goals. Already specific and ambitious targets have been proposed to achieve over the next 15
years. This renders opportunities for people around the world to exchange ideas and share experiences for
accelerating the achievement of each target. With respect to the new set of sustainable development goals, ICONIC
2018 focuses on the central issues covering:

1. Energy and natural sciences.

2. Information technology and telecommunications, infrastructures and logistics.
3. Food industry and medical science.

In 2018, PPI Jerman is also honored to host the 5th Symposium of Indonesian Student Association of America and
Europe region (Simposium PPI AMEROP). The ICONIC 2018 and the AMEROP Symposium 2018 are designed to afford
the delegates to work together, build a network, elaborate the ideas, and start encouraging the first movement to
overcome the challenges of the current and future Indonesia by peer reviewed research. What are the implications of
such sustainable developments and change processes through science and technology in Indonesia? These questions
and related topics (Energy and Natural sciences; IT, Infrastructure, Logistics, and Telecommunication; also Food
industry and Medical sciences) will be addressed in plenary presentations and keynote speeches in thematic sessions.

ICONIC 2018 covers research in the following areas including, but not limited to:

Energy and Natural Science

1. Computational Approaches for Energy Analyses
2. Energy Management, Policy, Economics and Sustainability

3. Energy Sciences
4. Energy Storages
5. Heat & Mass Transfer, Combustions and Chemical Processes in Energy Generation
6. Micro- and Nano-Energy
7. Power Systems, Smart Grids, Electric Drives and Energy Conversion
8. Renewable Energy Technologies and Sources
9. Site Assessments and Energy Potential
10. Transition Fuel
11. Aerosol-cloud-precipitation-radiation interaction
12. Applied Bioscience, Microbial Fuel Cell
13. Atmospheric radiation (solar, terrestrial)
14. Atmospheric Science and Remote Sensing (cloud and surface)
15. Atomic and molecular physics
16. Botany
17. Climate change
18. Ecology
19. Electrochemistry
20. Genetics
21. Lasers and application
22. Materials Physics
23. Microbial Genetics
24. Microbiology
25. Molecular Biology
26. Molecular natural product
27. Pharmaceutical Biology
28. Physical Chemistry
29. Pollution
30. Remote sensing (active/passive)
31. Solid state physics
32. Ultrafast Atomic and Molecular Dynamics (Attosecond)
33. Zoology

Information Technology - Telecommunication, Infrastructures and Logistics

1. Communication Technology
2. Geographic Information System (GIS)
3. Information Technology
4. Cultural architecture and design
5. Disaster and Risk management
6. Earthquake and Fire Resistant Engineering Structures
7. Innovative and eco-friendly materials for infrastructures
8. Marine and water infrastructures
9. Rural development
10. Sustainable and intelligent transportation systems
11. Sustainable Urban Planning
12. Emergency Logistics
13. Innovation and Logistics Services
14. International Logistics
15. Internet of Things and Logistics Services
16. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
17. Logistics Industry and Policy
18. Logistics Informatics
19. Logistics Service System Optimization
20. Logistics Services Strategy
21. Logistics Systems
22. Low-Carbon and Logistics
23. Low-Carbon Supply Chain
24. Material Flow Theory
25. Regional Logistics
26. Supply Chain Management

Food Industry and Medical Science

1. Food biotechnology
2. Food engineering
3. Food for animal feeds
4. Food habit
5. Food marketing
6. Food microbiology
7. Food packaging and shelf life
8. Food physical chemistry
9. Food processing
10. Food regulation
11. Food safety and quality
12. Food waste and food by-product management
13. Functional food
14. New product development
15. Sensory analysis
16. Acupuncture
17. Anatomy
18. Anaesthesia
19. Cancer Biology
20. Cardiothoracic Surgery
21. Dermatology
22. Genetics
23. Internal Medicine
24. Minimal Invasive Procedure
25. Neurology
26. Neurology and Neurological Sciences
27. Neuroscience
28. Neurosurgery
29. Obstetrics and Gynaecology
30. Oncology
31. Ophthalmology
32. Optogenetics
33. Optometry
34. Orthopaedic Surgery
35. Otolaryngology
36. Parasitology
37. Pathology
38. Paediatrics
39. Pharmacogenomics
40. Pharmacology
41. Physiology
42. Proteomics
43. Psychiatry
44. Psychology
45. Urology
46. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
47. Evidence Based Practice Resources
48. Family Medicine
49. Forensic Science
50. Healthcare Quality
51. Multimedia Resources
52. Nursing
53. Pharmacology
54. Psychiatry and Mental Health
55. Public Health
56. Rehabilitation Therapy
57. Resources for Health Sciences Research
58. DNA and RNA structure, function and sequence analysis
59. Gene regulation, expression, identification and network
60. Polymorphism
61. Protein interactions, docking and function
62. Protein structure, function and sequence analysis
63. Vascular Biology

Engineers, architects, technicians interested in and working with energy systems, scientists and engineers in the
underdeveloped/developing countries, industries, manufacturers, inventors, universities, researchers and consultants.

All contributions will be reviewed by our editorial board. Accepted papers will be published in Social Science Research
Network (SSRN) owned by Elsevier.

Risma Rizkia Nurdianti, University of Hohenheim, Germany

Submission Officer
Ruri Agung Wahyuno, University of Jena, Germany

Associate Editors
Galih Bangga, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Natural Science
Trismono Candra Krisna, University of Leipzig, Germany

Information Technology and Telecommunication

Agung Wahyudi, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Infrastructures and Logistics

Ahmad Basshofi Habieb, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Food industry
Riyan Anggriawan, University of Gttingen, Germany

Medical Science
Nyityasmono Tri Nugroho, University of Mnster, Germany

Board of Reviewers
Maulana Arifin, University of Stuttgart, Germany - Thermal Turbomachinery
Galih Bangga, University of Stuttgart, Germany - Wind Energy, Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, CFD
Ruri Agung Wahyuno, University of Jena, Germany - Physical Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Solar Cell

Felicia Januarlia Novita, University of Yeungnam, Republic of Korea - Process Engineering, Reactive Distilation
Imam Wahyudi Farid, University of Hiroshima, Japan - Power System, Renewable Energy Prediction, Artificial
Surya Effendy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US - Liquid Natural Gas, Natural Gas Upgrading, Gas
Separation via Adsorption, Engineering Mathematics

Natural Science
Arif Luqman, University of Tbingen, Germany - Microbial Genetics
Zerlina Gabriela Wuisan, University of Giessen, Germany - Pharmaceutical Biology
Tutut Arinda, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany - Applied Bioscience, Microbial Fuel Cell
Imam Wahyutama, University of Tokyo, Japan - Ultrafast Atomic and Molecular Dynamics (Attosecond)
Gabriela Aristia, Free University of Berlin, Germany - Physical Chemistry
Vincensius Surya Putera Oetama, Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology Jena, Germany Microbiology
Trismono Candra Krisna, University of Leipzig, Germany - Atmospheric Science and Remote Sensing (cloud and

Information Technology and Telecommunication

Agung Wahyudi, TU Delft, The Netherlands - Big Data, Data Analytics, Value Creation
Dhata Praditya, TU Delft, The Netherlands - Interorganizational System, IT Governance, IT Architecture, Information
Sharing, Big Open Linked Data
Irawan Nurhas, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences, Germany - Positive Computing, Learning Technology,
Business Information System

Infrastructures and Logistics

Ahmad Basshofi Habieb, Politecnico di Milano, Italy - Structure and Seismic Engineering
I Dewa Made Frendika Septanaya, Universit Paris Sorbonne, France - Urban and Regional Planning
Synthia Angelina, RWTH Aachen, Germany - Sustainable Transportation
Muhammad Khoirul Khakim Habibi, Universit d'Artois, France - Logistics, Supply Chain, Operation Research,
Amak Muhamad Yaqoub, University of Groningen, The Netherlands - Logistics, Supply Chain Management,
Operations Management, Service Operations

Food industry
Risma Rizkia Nurdianti, University of Hohenheim, Germany - Animal Nutrition and Rangeland Management in the
(Sub) Tropics
Fetriyuna, University of Hohenheim, Germany - Chemistry and Nutritional Science
Riyan Anggriawan, University of Gttingen, Germany - Agricultural Sciences

Medical Science
Maulana Ikhsan, University of Lubeck, Germany - Neuroscience
Nyityasmono Tri Nugroho, University of Mnster, Germany - Vascular Surgery
Deni Hardiansyah, University of Kentucky, US - Pharmaceutical Science, Medical Physics
Ahmad Fuady, Erasmus MC University Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands - Medicine/Public Health/Health


The authors are allowed to submit their contributions to the conference in scientific paper type. The number of
submitted contributions is not limited for one author. However, the corresponding author of the accepted paper
should be registered in presenter registration. In other words, she/he cannot register to conference only as an
observer. All contributions will be reviewed by our editorial board. For more detailed descriptions, the author may
refer to the writing guidelines:

All authors who submit an abstract of a paper must confirm that they have not previously published these data,
that have not previously presented them at a large scientific meeting and that they are not planning to present or

publish them prior to the dates of this ICONIC 2018 conference. Author submitting abstracts for presentation at this
ICONIC 2018 conference should consider the following:
1. Abstract and final paper should be written in English and formatted according to the provided MS-Word
templates, which are available on the conference website.
2. Abstract is limited to one page for a review purpose. Results of the studies should be presented in the
abstract. It is recommended to include illustration, tables, graphs, diagram and main references in the one-
page abstract.
3. Authors with the accepted abstract have to submit a final paper by the due date.
4. It should be noted that the template of the final paper will be different from that of the abstract. The
submitted final manuscript will be included in the official conference proceedings of ICONIC 2018 and
published by Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
5. It should be emphasized that for the inclusion in the official proceedings, it is mandatory that the paper is
presented at the conference. The accepted paper, which is not registered and presented in the conference,
will be removed from the conference program and proceedings, respectively.
6. The number of authors and their affiliations for each paper is not limited.
7. Authors are allowed to submit more than one abstracts. Nevertheless, the acceptance of one abstract will not
automatically include the other contributions.
8. The author(s) needs to register themselves as presenter(s), make a necessary payment and (if any) make
required amendments as notified later by our editorial board via email.
9. When uploading the abstract to the conference website, the authors should indicate the sub-theme category,
in which the abstract will be registered and reviewed. To view our sub-theme for this year, click here.
In the abstract and final paper, please underline the presenting author and make sure that the e-mail address, regular
mail address, telephone number, and fax number of the corresponding author are written correctly. The authors
will be informed about the paper acceptance via the corresponding author's e-mail address.
It should be noted that call for paper in ICONIC 2018 is open to anyone, regardless of nationality, race, gender, age,
occupation, religious affiliation, political view and academic status.

Abstract Submission
Send your abstract as a PDF file via email to with subject format:
CODES of Sub-topics (See scope of Discussion)_ Your last name_First five words of the Paper title.
(1) Example:
Author: Risma Rizkia Nurdianti, Sub-topic: Food industry and Medical science, Paper Title: Feed evaluation
for ruminants by Hohenheim Gas Test as in vitro rumen fermentation
Subject Title: 03_Nurdianti_ Feed_evaluation_for_ruminants_by

Once your abstract has been accepted, it is a mandatory for authors to follow the template provided by ICONIC 2018.
After read carefully through the guideline, you may read the paper requirements in the template and you may start
finalizing your paper by using the ICONIC 2018 template. The template can be found here.