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Indexing

All accepted and registered papers of ICRDSTHM-17 will be indexed in Google Scholar, Informatics, ProQuest CSA Technology Research Database, NASA ADS (Harvard Univ.), CiteSeer, UlrichWeb, ScientificCommons (Univ. of St Gallens), University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Georgetown University Library, University of Washington.

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ICRDSTHM-17

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, HUMANITIES AND MANAGEMENT (ICRDSTHM-17)

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After the huge success of SRD conference entitled International Conference on Science, Technology, Humanities and Business Management (ICSTHBM-16) organized  in Bangkok (Thailand dated 29-30 July 2016) whose proceedings was published by McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited, New Delhi with ISBN: 978-93-5260-275-9 (for more details click here), SRD launches its next conference The International Conference on Recent Developments in Science, Technology, Humanities and Management (ICRDSTHM-17) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The International Conference on Recent Developments in Science, Technology, Humanities and Management (ICRDSTHM-17) will take place on April 28-29, 2017. It will bring together Academicians and Experts from different parts of the world to exchange the knowledge and ideas at a common platform to strengthen the Academics and Industry. Whether you are a first time participants or have been to New Horizons before, we look forward to welcoming you to at Kuala Lumpur. We are sure you will find it to be another informative and memorable event.

CALL FOR PAPERS/POSTERS

Science and Technology: Social Networking, Software Engineering, Image Processing, Data Communication and Networks, Mobile ad-hoc and Sensor Networks, Multimedia and Virtual Reality, Grid and Cluster Computing, Cloud Computing, Algorithms, E-Services, AI and Intelligent System, Embedded Systems, Control Theory, VLSI Design, Digital Signal Processing, Fashion Design and Architecture, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences

Humanities: Critical Cultural Studies Theme, Communications and Linguistics Studies Theme, The relationship of humanities to other knowledge domains (technology, science, economics), The study of humans and humanity, past and present, Literary Humanities Theme Civic, Political, and Community Studies, Humanities Education Theme, The future of humanities

Management: Knowledge Management and Learning Organization, Risk Management, Decision Science, Operations Management, Business Ethics, Strategic Negotiation, Technology Management, Entrepreneurship, Performance Management, Management Information System, Supply Chain Management, Adaptive Business Practices, Management of Innovation Processes, Financial Engineering, Reliability Analysis.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Professor  (Dr.) Hamzah A. Rahman

Department of Quantity Surveying

Faculty of Built Environment

University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

The accepted and registered papers of ICRDSTHM-17 will be published online in International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA) and International Journal of Applied Information Systems (IJAIS) after peer review.

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For more information please visit IJCA IJAIS

Author who cannot appear for paper presentation at conference venue have the option to present their papers through Skype. The author(s) under Skype presentation will have to inform the committee while submitting camera ready paper. The conference kit and certificates to such participants will be sent to them by Post.

Indexing

All accepted and registered papers will be indexed in Google Scholar, Informatics, ProQuest CSA Technology Research Database, NASA ADS (Harvard Univ.), CiteSeer, UlrichWeb, ScientificCommons (Univ. of St Gallens), University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Georgetown University Library, University of Washington.

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VENUE

The conference will be organized in Hotel Royal, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).

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IMPORTANT DATES

First RoundSecond RoundThird RoundFinal Round
Draft paper/Poster Submission (.doc, .docx, .pdf)09th Oct. 201627th Nov. 201615th Jan. 201720th Mar. 2017
Only after prior permission
Acceptance Notification15th Oct. 201605th Dec. 201623rd Jan. 201727th Feb. 2017
(22th Mar. 2017) Extended
Camera Ready Paper Submission (Strictly in .doc or .docx format)20th Oct. 201610th Dec. 201628th Jan. 201704th Mar. 2017
(25th Mar. 2017) Extended
Registration Deadline20th Oct. 201610th Dec. 201628th Jan. 201704th Mar. 2017
(25th Mar. 2017) Extended

 

REGISTRATION FEE 

Category First Round (Till 20th Oct 2016)Second Round (21th Oct to 10th Dec. 2016)Third Round (11th Dec to 28th Jan. 2017)Final Round (29th Jan to 20th Mar. 2017)
SRD MemberUSD 160USD 175USD 190USD 210
Non-Student Author USD 200USD 220USD 240USD 260
Student Author USD 150USD 175USD 200USD 225
Poster PresentationUSD 100USD 125USD 150USD 175
ListenerUSD 105USD 125USD 150USD 180
Extra ProceedingUSD 50USD 50USD 50USD 50

 

TENTATIVE MINUTE TO MINUTE PROGRAMME (AGENDA ICRDSTHM-17)

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PAPER FORMAT

The papers can be submitted in SRD template as well as in IJCA DOC template. To download SRD paper template please go to Downloads link.  Once your paper is accepted, the camera ready paper has strictly to be submitted in .doc or .docx file only along with registration fee receipt and filled Copyright Transfer form duly signed by any of the author of concerned paper.

 SUBMIT PAPER

All papers to be sent to conference@socrd.org or srdglobe@gmail.com.

PLAGIARISM POLICY                                                                    

Plagiarism is the reuse of someone else’s published processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source. We firmly believe that ethical conduct is the most essential virtual of any academic. Hence any act of plagiarism is not accepted.

BEST PAPER AWARD

Two best paper awards will be declared on the conference day by the Session Chairs.

THE KUALA LUMPUR CITY TOUR

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. Divided into numerous districts, its main hub is called the Golden Triangle which comprises Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown. KL is widely recognized for numerous landmarks, including Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers), Petaling Street flea market, and Batu Caves.

Kuala Lumpur is rich with its history on how it developed from a small tin Miners Settlement to a growing modern city currently. Kuala Lumpur with a character of its own, is also known for its colorful cultures, races and traditions. The city is further furnished by its interesting architecture, prominent landmarks and unique building. You will be amaze to see that the Oriental and colonial part of the city intertwine with interesting Moorish, Mogul and Islamic stylish building.

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TOP ATTRACTIONS

  • Twin Towers KLCC
  • KL Birds Park
  • Aquaria KLCC
  • Berjaya Hills
  • Sunway Lagoon

ACCOMMODATION

You can also go for www.airbnb.com for best rates accommodations.

VISA

For more details please visit http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/home

 

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A Report on “International Conference on Science, Technology, Humanities and Business Management”

A Report on “International Conference on Science, Technology, Humanities and Business Management”

(ICSTHBM-16)

Bangkok, 29-30 July 2016

Two days International Conference on Science, Technology, Humanities and Business Management was organized by Society for Research Development (SRD) at Chateau de Bangkok, Thailand. The Conference started with a welcome note by Dr. R. C. Singh, President of the Society.He welcomed all the delegates contributing in this Conference from different corners of the globe and also briefed about the objectives of the conferenceand the vision of the Society.

In his keynote address, Dr. K. Srinivasan, Higher College of Technology,Al Khuwair, Muscat, Oman,discussed the various issues on “Declining oil prices: opportunities for change in GCC countries”. He also highlighted that the next 15 years will be good years for the global economy as the growth of emerging markets will likelybe driven by China, India and Southeast Asia. This is due to three growth drivers: a positive demographicdividend where more people join the workforce; huge catch up opportunity in productivity for emerging marketscompared to the US; and surplus of capital, high saving rates and low debts.

The conference was divided into two technical sessions. The first session was chaired by Dr. Sunantha Prime Teyarachakul, California State University, at Fresno, USA and 12 papers were presented by the delegates in this session. The second sessionwas chaired by Dr. Nikhil Rastogi, IFTM University, India and 11 deliberations were there on different topics covering the theme of the Conference. The delegates from USA, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, Oman, Bangkok, Iran and India participated in this Conference.

Among all deliberations, two papers were awarded as best paper (one from for each session). Fromfirst session, the best paper was awardedto Dr. Nikhil Rastogi for his work titled “Optical Simulation of Organic Photovoltaic Device”. Fromsecond session, the best paper award was jointly shared by Dr. Anoop Pandey and Mr. Anuj Kumar for their research paper titled“Application of Porter’s Model and Johnson Cultural Model on Chinese Automobile Sector”.

The Conference concluded with Valedictory session wherein the certificates were distributed to all the participants. Mementos were also given to the Session Chairs. Dr. R. Kumar, Member of Society,proposed a vote of thanks to all delegates, Organizing and Technical Committees for smooth conduct and huge success of ICSTHBM-16. The two day proceedings of the Conference was nicely and successfully managed by an active member of the Society Mr. RohitKhokher.

The conference proceedings is published by McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited, New Delhi with ISBN: 978-93-5260-275-9.

The Society homepage (http://socrd.org) was a major means for achieving maximumtransparency in the preparation process and success of the Conference and the contributory papers are availableon this.

The Society of Research Development would like to especially thank all the delegates who participated in the intensive two days of discussions and exchanged their ideas and views.

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ICSTHBM-16 Papers, July 29-30, 2016 (Bangkok, Thailand)

Society for Research Development organized 2 days International Conference on Science, Technology, Humanities and Business Management on July 29-30, 2016 at hotel Chateau De Bangkok, Thailand. The research papers presented in the conference are given below :

S. No.  Title Pages
 1 Preface vi
 2 Keynote Address: Declining oil price: Opportunities for change in GCC Countries
K. Srinivasan
ix-xii
3 Optical Simulation of Organic Photovoltaic device
Narender Singh, Nikhil Rastogi
1-4
 4 Quantitative Estimation of Different Organic Metabolites in Root knot nematode (Meloidogyne Incognita) Infested and Organically Treated Spinach
Shalini Gupta
5-8
 5 Ensuring Reliability in Cloud Computing and Comparison on IPv6 encouraged with protocols
Shweta Singh, Arun Kumar Tripathi
09-14
 6 A Fuzzy Interpretive Structural Modeling Approach for Analyzing of Implementation Obstacles of Electronic Government in Iran
Mehdi Ajalli, Ezzatollah Asgharizadeh
15-22
 7 IT Competencies in Learning Organization and Individual Job Performance
Hazremi Hamid, Che Zainab Abdullah
23-27
 8 A Technical Note: The Single-Period Stochastic-Demand Inventory Model under Human Learning
Sunantha Prime Teyarachakul
28-32
9 Identification and Ranking the Key Dimensions of Lean Manufacturing using SWARA New Approach in Gas Industry
Ezzatollah Asgharizadeh, Mehdi Ajalli
33-38
 10 Investigating the Impact of Organizational Learning Capability on Organizational Intelligence in Knowledge Based Organizations
Reza Sepahvand, Samad Rahimi Aghdam, Seyed Abbas Alavi, Mahdi Rezaei
39-45
 11 Factors affecting consumers’ buying behavior for Honda City CNG
Shotipat Sirichatchai, Tosaporn Mahamud
46-49
 12 Motivation Factors Influencing Work Efficiency of Employees in Building and Physical Plant Sub-division of Ramkhamhaeng University
Kanittar Jansiri, Tosaporn Mahamud
50-53
13 Motivation factors that influence work effectiveness of Operational Level Officers
Natchaya Raksasak, Chinnaso Visitnitikija
54-56
 14 The Relationship between Work Performance Motivation and Organizational Commitment of Suvarnabhumi Post Office Branch Employees
SunisaRaksasak, ChinnasoVisitnitikitja
57-60
 15 Service Quality of Shipping Container at Merlex Transport Co., Ltd.
Raweepas Amornthitisan, ChinnasoVisitnitikija
61-64
 16 Application of Porter’s Model and Johnson cultural model on Chinese Automobile Sector
Anoop Pandey, Anuj Kumar
65-70
17 Marketing Factors Influencing Consumer Behavior for CP Brand Chicken Parts
Nutvinan Parditsorn, Chinnaso Visitnitikija
71-76
 18 The Relationship between Other Comprehensive Income Items and Rate of Return of Listed Firms in the Stock Exchange of Thailand
Manote Taengkhum, Panarat Panmanee, Suthum Pongsamlan
77-80
 19 System thinking approach to deal with sustainability challenges
Anoop Pandey, Anuj Kumar
81-84
 20 Improvement of Warehousing Service of ABC Company Limited 85-88
 21 Work Efficiency of Delivery Staffs of ABC Company Limited.
Sittichat Angkhasittisiri, Tosaporn mahamud
89-93
 22 Factors Influencing Consumers’ Choice for Car Leasing Service of ABC Bank Limited
Anucha Prasarnchaimontree, Chairat Suriyapa
94-98
23 Lecturer’s Effective Methods in Teaching Difficult Subject
Devi, De Lara SitiMaulida
99-103
 24 Literature in language teaching – What why and how?
Rajeevnath Ramnath
104-106
 25 The Village in Transition: Development and Cultural, Economic, and Social Changes in Mae Kampong Village, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Kodai Harada
107-111
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Minute to Minute Program ICSTHBM-16

The Minute to Minute Program of the conference is available Click Here

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Session Chairs for ICSTHBM-16

Dr. Sunantha Prime, California State University, Fresno, USA and Dr. Nikhil Rastogi, IFTM University, Moradabad, India
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Keynote Speaker (ICSTHBM-16)

Dr. K. Srinivasan,
Research Coordinator & Faculty of Business Studies,
Higher College of Technology (HCT),
Al Khuwair, Muscat, Oman
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Conference Proceeding

The proceeding of international conference ICSTHBM-16 will be published by McGraw Hill.