4th ICFM

4th ICFM Information

Strengthenign the Blue Economy Implementation for the Sustainability of Fisheries and Marine Life in the  Indonesian Archipelago

Background

The oceans are essential sources of sustenance and ecological stability for millions worldwide, and the concept of the “Blue Economy” has gained momentum as a sustainable strategy for managing marine resources. With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia plays an important role, although it faces sustainability issues owing to overfishing and climate change. To address this, we are hosting the International Conference on “Strengthening the Blue Economy for Sustainable Fisheries in Indonesia” to bring together experts and stakeholders, stimulate conversation, and chart a course for Indonesian marine ecosystems to a more sustainable future.

Topics

  • Fisheries
  • Marine Resource Management
  • Marine Conservation and Biodiversity
  • Climate Change and Blue Carbon
  • Technology and Innovation in Fisheries
  • Aquaculture
  • Marine Sciences
  • Fisheries Socio-Economic
  • Marine Policy and Governance
  1. Prof. Amanda J. Reichelt-Brushett (Southern Cross University, Australia)
  2. Prof. Soottawat Benjakul, PhD (Prince of Songkla Universitydisabled, Hatyai, Thailand)
  3. Prof. Dr. Takaomi Arai from (University of Brunei Darussalam)
  4. Dr. Lev Horodyskyj (School of Earth and Space Exploration, United States)
  5. Prof. Dr. Agung Damar Syakti (University of Muhammad Raja Ali Haji, Indonesia)
  6. Prof. Dr. Andi Iqbal Burhanuddin (Hasanuddin University, Indonesia)
  7. Prof. Dr. Amran Saru (Hasanuddin University, Indonesia)
  8. Dr. Najamuddin (Marine Science Department, Khairun University, Indonesia)
  9. Dr. M Janib Achmad (Khairun University, Indonesia)
  10. Dr. Irwan Muliawan (Research Center for Marine and Fisheries Socio-Economics, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia, Indonesia)
  11. Dr. Laode Muhammad Yasir Haya (Halu Oleo University, Indonesia)
  12. Dr. I Wayan Nurjaya (IPB University, Indonesia)
  13. Dr. Tri Prartono (IPB University, Indonesia)
  14. Prof. Dr. Luky Adrianto (IPB University, Indonesia)
  15. Prof. Dr. M. Irfan (Aquatic Aquaculture, Khairun University, Indonesia)
  16. Dr. Syafyudin Yusuf (Marine Science Department, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia)
  17. Dr. Beginer Subhan (Marine Science Department, IPB University, Indonesia)
  18. Dr. Sri Wahyuni Rahim (Aquatic Resources Management, Hasanuddin University, Indonesia)
  19. Dr. Hadi Hermansyah (Oceanography Modeling, Balikpapan State Polytechnic, Indonesia)
  1. Mohamad Abjan Fabanjo
  2. Halikuddin Umasangadji, Ph.D
  3. Zulhan Ar ifin Harahap, MA, PhD
  4. Dr . Fai zal Rumagia
  5. Sunarti
  6. Fatma Muchdar
  1. Person Responsible is Irwan Abdul Kadir (Vice Dean)
  2. Chairman is Tr i Laela Wulandar i
  3. Vice chairman is Muhammad Nur Findra
  4. Secretary is Mesrawaty Sabar
  5. Vice secretary is Disnawati
  6. Treasurer is Dewi
  7. Publication Coordinator is Dr. Najamuddin
  8. Information Technology and Program Coordinator is Dr . Gamal M. Samadan
  9. Equipment and Accomodation Coordinator is  Suria Hi Latif

Hybrid Conference

CALL FOR PAPER

Registration & Abstract Submission :  OCTOBER 12 – Dec 10, 2023

Selected Abstract Announcement : Dec 04, 2023

Deadline for Full Paper Submission , Dec 11 – 16, 2023

Date and Venue Ternate, 16th December 2023

Keynote Speaker

Prof. R. Dwi Susanto, Ph.D

Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science And Marine Estuarine and Environmental Sciences, University of Maryland, USA

Paul A. Macklin

Expertise Marine and Atmospheric Carbon Cycling, Department of Chemistry, Ganesha University of Education (Bali, Indonesia)

Dr. Kazuyo Hirose

Director General of Space Industry Division Japan Space Systems (Japan)

Prof. Dr. Ir. Dietriech Geoffrey Bengen, DEA

Depaetment of Marine Science and Technology, IPB University (Bogor, Indonesia)

Halikuddin Umasangaji, PhD.

Depertment of Marine Science, Khairun University (Ternate, Indonesia)

Moundir Lassassi, PhD

National Council for Scientific Research and Technologies (CNRST) (Algeria)

Conference Fee

Transfer to Bank, Branch: BNI Ternate
Name: Ibu Dewi
Account No: 0907309699
Confirmation: WA: 082189014765 / 082347713755

 

Publication Opportunities

International Scopus Indexed Journal and Proceeding

Conference Proceeding ONLINE

ICFM IV - REG

Publication of Conference Results

All accepted articles/manuscripts will be published
in IOP Conference Series of Earth and Environmental Sciences
(a SCOPUS Indexed Publication)

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ABOUT ICFM

The International Conference on Fisheries and Marine (ICFM) is an annual academic forum organized by the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Khairun University. This conference serves as a significant platform for discussing the latest developments in the fields of fisheries and marine science. Notably, one distinguishing feature of the ICFM is the presence of keynote speakers who are experts and authorities in their respective domains. With the inclusion of these keynote speakers, the conference becomes an ideal forum for participants to gain profound insights from them and share the most current knowledge and perspectives on key issues in the fields of fisheries and marine science.

Each year, the ICFM adopts a different theme, thereby altering the focus and bringing participants closer to current pressing issues. Attendees at the conference come from various countries, creating a diverse and inclusive environment where ideas and research from around the world can collaborate. Throughout its three prior editions, the scientific contributions presented at ICFM have consistently received due recognition. All accepted articles and manuscripts are always guaranteed publication in the IOP Conference Series of Earth and Environmental Sciences, a publication indexed in SCOPUS. This provides researchers with the opportunity to share their findings with a broader audience and gain international recognition for their scientific contributions. ICFM serves as an intellectual forum that facilitates the exchange of knowledge and collaboration among stakeholders in the fields of fisheries and marine science and continues to play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between the academic world and industry practices in these sectors.

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