International Conference and The 10th Congress of the Indonesian Entomological Society


INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND THE 10th CONGRESS OF THE INDONESIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Bali, 6-9 October 2019

 

THEME:

Learning from the Past, Adapting for the Future: Advancements in Ethno-Entomology and Entomological Sciences for Food Security and Health

 

Organized by Indonesian Entomological Society (IES) In Partnership with

University of Udayana

 

Hosted By IES Bali Chapter

Connect with us at:

https://pei-pusat.org/,  peipusat@yahoo.com

 

International Conference and IES Congress (ICCI), an ideal summit to engage, share and discuss on the latest advances in entomological science

Join us in the prestigious event of 2019!

 

ICCIES Highlight

It is a great honor to invite all deligates from around the world to the International Conference and 10th Congress of Indonesian Entomological Society that will be held in Bali-Indonesia. In this conference, we will highlight the importance of ethnoentomology and the advances of entomological science for human life. Ethnoentomology addresses the local knowledge related to insect that has been in existence for thousands of years. This related to insects as food, and insect as pollinators and insect product such as wax, honey, and the uses of insects in alternative medicine. As science and technology develops, we understand that more and more local knowledges are important and they can contribute to the advancement of today’s sciences. Entomology as a science should embrace such kind of knowledge in pursue for future knowledge in tackling food security.

We are pleased to present International Conference and the 10th Congress of the Indonesian Entomological Society “Learning from the Past, Adapting for the Future: Advancements in Ethnoentomology and Entomological Sciences for Food Security and Health”. Presentations will relate to integrated perspective for the importance of Food Security and health through with the ethnoentomology and entomological sciences as an entry point. The ICCIES will provide researchers, academics, and practitioners an ideal platform to congregate, share information and discuss their scientific results and experience, with particular reference to ethnoentomological and entomology sciences in relation with climate change adaptations in the tropic.

We believe that this ICCIES is a great opportunity for delegates to engage members of various organizations, groups, and associations whose presence is essential for the advancements of ethnoentomological sciences in relation with food security issues.

 

 OBJECTIVES

To highlight ethnoentomology and entomological issues, discuss solutions and share experiences in order to identify pragmatic and scientifically tested solutions in relation with food security and health issues that can be put into practice to benefit the environment and the society.

 

 LECTURES

General Lectures on key topics

General Lectures will be held during the conference. The lectures will cover key topics and will be delivered by reputable scientists or members of leading institutions.

 

Parallel Sessions

Presentations and discussions of the key topics will be conducted in the parallel sessions, with various papers presented by stakeholders such as Universities, Research Institutes, Farmers, Growers, Associations, Students, Government Agencies, and NGOs. Parallel session presentations are divided into several thematic groups, including: Insect Biosistematics, Biology insect, Physiology & Toxicology: Chemical and Biopesticide, IPM and Insect Ecology, Insect Molecular Biology, Insect Plant Interaction, Biological Control, Economic Entomology, Medical Entomology, Etnoentomology, Insect Conservation, Natural History of Insect, Agricultural Entomology, Forest Entomology, Ecological Engenering, Bioinformatic of Insect, Pollination ecology, Invasive species.

 

 CONGRESS

The Congress will be attended by all members of Indonesian Entomological Society on to the articles of association/ by law and the election of new chairman of the Society

 

 FIELDTRIP

The field trip will be conducted on 9th October 2019 and attended by registered participant

 

 

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS

This conference is expected to be attended by 500 participants from around the world coming from different background as follow:

  • Research organizations and Universities
  • NGOs involved in ethno-entomological, entomological since and climate change issues
  • Government agencies and Institutions
  • Students, Farmers, and Entomological Observers
  • Industries

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers are invited for oral or poster presentation at the Seminar. Contributors are requested to submit a one abstract typed in single space using Microsoft Word with size 12 Times New Roman.

Please note the following deadlines:

  • Abstract submission: 31 March 2019
  • Announcement of paper acceptance: 31 May 2019
  • Full paper submission: 31 July 2019

Abstracts and full manuscripts should be submitted by Email to: ICCIES2019@gmail.com

 

PROGRAMS (Tentative)

Time

Program

Day h-1

03.00-05.00

Meeting Pra Congress

Day 1

08.00-09.00

Registration

09.00-9.30

Keynote speach: “Frontier Research in Wolbachia-Insect Interaction” (Prof. Ary Hoffman)

09.30-09.45

Discussion

09.45-10.15

Keynote speech: “Etnoentomology: A new Frontier of Knowledge-Co-Production Across Society” (Nicholas Cesard, PhD)

10.15-10.30

Discussion

10.30-11.00

Coffee break

11.00-12.15

Invited speaker and discussion

Prof. Jianguo Wang PhD.: Insect and Host Interaction

Dr. Kazoyoshi Futai: Insect Interactions and Plant Pathogens

Dr. Salmah Yakoop: Insect Identification Biomolekuler

12.15-13.00

Break

13.00-15.00

Parallel session

Day 2

08.30-10.00

Symposium

 

  1. Traditional knowlage of Insect and Insect uses

 

  1. The Socio-Cultural Value of Insect

 

  1. Pesticide

 

  1. EDP

10.00-10.30

Coffee break

10.30-12.30

The 10th Congress Perhimpunan Entomologi Indonesia

12.30-13.00

Lunch

13.00-17.00

Parallel session

Day 3

 

 

FIELD TRIP

 

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