Research Center for Biomaterials, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere (RISH), Kyoto University proudly present Humanosphere Science School 2016. Humanosphere Science School (HSS) provides learning experience by sharing knowledge, science, and technology for sustainable future delivered by experts specializing in subjects related to specified topics. This School also will be held as activities of the JST-supported JASTIP and the JICA/JST-supported SATREPS projects, which are on-going international collaboration works between LIPI and Kyoto University, etc. HSS will also hold a forum for inter-disciplinary researchers, practitioners and professionals to share their knowledge or results of scientific research in The International Symposium for Sustainable Humanosphere (ISSH). The main theme for this year conference is “Integrating Bio-Resources and Advanced Technology for Sustainable Development” The objective of the conference is to provide an international forum for the exchange of information and knowledge through keynote addresses, plenary sessions, oral and poster presentations. In this year, the conference theme focuses on integrating utilization of bio-resources that contributions in advanced science and technology to encourage and motivate current and future development for achieving sustainable development. HSS will be held in 2 days and is divided into several sessions depend on the topics. We cordially invite researchers from any scientific fields, academicians and professionals to join this two-day seminar.
CALL FOR PAPER
Authors are kindly invited to submit an abstract related to the topic of the symposium. The registration and submission of the abstract can be done through the web. The seminar covers following topics but not limited to:
a. Forest science: biodiversity and society; biodiversity in tropical forests; climate change and biodiversity; forest biomass dynamics; forest carbon accounting and monitoring; forest fire; invasive species; intensive silviculture; tree biotechnology; wood science and technology, biomass conversion; carbonized wood-based composites; chemical, physical and mechanical properties of wood; timber structure; wood for energy; wood cell formation; wood biochemistry; wood anatomy and plant physiology; wood deteriorating organisms; wood preservation; wooden construction; wood-based material; wood adhesive; wood and urban pest management.
b. Biological science: biodiversity and natural resources; agriculture in changing world; biotechnology and molecular biology; omics science; biomass conversion; bioinformatic; biosensors; bioactive compound and natural product; environmental biology; applied microbiology; animal ecology and animal husbandry; anthropological approach; ethnobotany; food security; and bioremediation.
c. Earth science: air pollution; equatorial atmosphere; global climate change models; land-ocean weather systems; radar observations; geophysisc; remote sensing; solar activities; space environment; earth geological dynamics and natural disasters; earth carbon cycle dynamics; heat, water and CO2; hydrology and water management system; land resource management.
d. Community-based development and social economic science: climate change and society; ecosystem and community; the economy of natural resources; the role of traditional knowledge and values in managing ecosystems; women and natural resources.
e. Advanced science and technology : biobased material; advanced material; high performance material; sustainable material; nanotechnology; bioorganic chemistry; chemichal biotechnology; biomedicine; renewable energy; energy and environment; and environmental engineering.