The IConMNS is organized by Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Ganesha University of Education. The aim of the conference is to bring together academicians and researchers to present the advancement of research in the field of mathematics, natural sciences, technology, engineering and education. The conference provides a forum to discuss and exchange issues and ideas in the related fields.
The two day conference is expected to stimulate interaction among participants and to build collaborative researches at national and international level.
The scope of IConMNS covers various fields of studies, namely chemistry, physics, mathematics, computational science, marine science, life science, environmental science, computer science, mathematics education, physics education, chemistry education, and biology education.
The IConMNS 2017 will be held from 6th to 7th September 2017 at Harris Sunset Road, Kuta-Bali, Indonesia.
All papers will be peer-reviewed and selected papers will be published by IOP Conference Series indexed by Scopus . Other papers will be published in a local proceeding
In its first year, IConMNS will have four keynote speakers, and 12 scientists as invited speakers. It is our great pleasure to invite researchers, lecturers, teachers, and students worldwide to present their research results in the IConMNS.
Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Northern Michigan University, USA
Sunway University, Malaysia
The conference will be held for two days, and will comprise plenary, oral/parallel, and poster sessions. The plenary sessions will consist of presentations from a number of keynote speakers. Parallel session will consist of presentation from invited speakers and contributed speakers. Poster sessions will be carried out during the conference. All sessions will be conducted in English.
Authors are invited to electronically submit the abstracts in English. All abstracts will be peer-reviewed and the authors will be noticed if their abstract accepted. To submit an abstract, author must register via website. The manuscript can be submitted only after authors submit their abstracts. The whole submission process is done fully through website (NOT by email).
After the conference authors should submit their full papers. The organizing committee will produce an electronic conference book containing all papers of the keynote speakers, invited speakers, the accepted oral and poster presentations.
*) abstract (200- 250 words)
The payment can be made by bank transfer. To do the payment, use the bank account of IConMNS 2017 below. Then to confirm your payment click here to register yourself or click here to log in if you are already registered.
The payment can be made by bank transfer. To do the payment, use the bank account of IConMNS 2017 below. After the payment, please do confirmation of payment in the website.
|Category||Early Registration||Standard Registration|
|Second Paper (max 2 papers)||$75||$100|
|Presenter||Rp 1.500.000,00||Rp 2.000.000,00|
|Student presenter||Rp 1.000.000,00||Rp 1.200.000,00|
|Participant||Rp 500.000,00||Rp 700.000,00|
|Second paper (max. 2 papers)||Rp 750.000,00||Rp 1.000.000,00|
|Poster||Rp 1.500.000,00||Rp 2.000.000,00|
*) Fee include conference kits, daily lunches and coffee breaks.
*) Conference's fee exclude proceeding cost
The conference committee provides an invitation letter or an invitation for visa application for registered participants. Please check your email for your invitation letter. To request an invitation letter for visa application, send a message and a copy of your passport to our email. Note that registered participants are those whose payment have been confirmed.
We accept the submission of high quality papers describing original and unpublished results of empirical, experimental and theoretical work or research in the areas stated in the scope of the conference. All papers should be in English and at most 6 pages in length. The guideline for full paper can be found at: http://conferenceseries.iop.org/content/authors.
Non-presenter participants can register through IConMNS official website or directly to the IConMNS secretariat.
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (UNDIKSHA) is a state-run higher education institution which already scored human resources both in the education and non-education sector. In the field of education Undiksha is the biggest scorer of human resources in Bali. Up to now Undiksha already produced more than thirty thousand graduates, most of them being education personnel. The history of Undiksha started with the B-1 course to prepare teachers for the Indonesian Language in 1955 and business teachers on high school level in 1957. In the year 1962 both mentioned courses were joined to become the Faculty of Teachership and Education Science of the Airlangga University. In the same year FKIP became a part of the Udayana University and in 1963 became the Singaraja branch of IKIP Malang. In the year 1968 FKIP was made into the two faculties Teachership and Science Education, then returned as a part of the Udayana University. In the year 1981 FKG and FIP were merged to become FKIP University Udayana. In the year 1993 FKIP split from UNUD to become STKIP Singaraja and in the year 2001 became IKIP (Negeri) Singaraja. After the long process to go through both the mentioned courses finally became Undiksha after IKIP Singaraja´s status was changed into becoming “Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha” (Undiksha) by the presidential order number 11/2006, date 11th May 2006.Visit Page
Bali is one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. A huge number of honeymooners and holidaymakers come to this island. Famous for its dance and music, many carvings, paintings, leather as well as metalworking are quite popular here. The rapid growth of development in tourism has had a big impact and influences to Bali tradition and lifestyle. Interestingly, Balinese culture is still as what it was, growing along with the of globalization. Truly beautiful tropical island inhabited by a remarkably artistic people who have created a dynamic society with unique arts and ceremonies. It is the Balinese civilization what makes the island different from other destination.
Geographically, Bali lies between the islands of Java and Lombok. Bali is small, stretching approximately 140 km from east to west 80 km from north to south. The tallest of a string of volcanic mountains that run from the east to the west, is Gunung Agung, which last erupted in 1963. Lying just 8 south of the equator, Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons (wet and dry) a year and an average annual temperature of around 23C to 33C. High humidity can be expected during the Wet Season between the months of October - April. The Dry Season between the months of May - September have also the lowest humidity. The Wet Season brings daily rain and quiet overcast days with the most rain recorded between December - February. Occasionally rainfall can also be expected during the dry season but usually at night or very early morning. June - August there is usually a very refreshing cool breeze all day long. The central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas mainly especially at night.
With 3,409,845 million people (Statistic 2008), Bali is a very densely populated island. The population is almost all Indonesian, with the usual small Chinese contingent in the big towns, a sprinkling of Indian merchants, plus a number of more or less permanent visitors amongst the Westerners in Bali. Balinese people have been Hindus for eight hundred years, since the remnants of the Majapahit empire were forced from Java by the spread of Islam. They follow a branch of Hinduism that owes a lot to that of India, but is quite different. The most obvious discrepancy is that the Balinese eat cows, but there are numerous others.
Unlike any other island in largely Muslim Indonesia, Bali is a pocket of Hindu religion and culture. Every aspect of Balinese life is suffused with religion, but the most visible signs are the tiny offerings (canang sari) found in every Balinese house, work place, restaurant, souvenir stall and airport check-in desk. These leaf trays are made daily and can contain an enormous range of offering items: flowers, glutinous rice, cookies, salt, and even cigarettes and coffee! They are set out with burning incense sticks and sprinkled with holy water no less than three times a day, before every meal. Don't worry if you step on one, as they are placed on the ground for this very purpose and will be swept away anyway.
Prof. Dr. I Nengah Suparta, M.Si.
Prof. Sariyasa, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Ratih Ayu Apsari, M.Sc., M.Pd.