International Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Technology, Management & Social Development (ICRTSTMD-18) August 04th – 05th 2018, Bali, Indonesia
In spite of increasingly networked world there is no better substitute then human interaction. Society for Research Development organized a successful third conference Recent Trends in Science, Technology, Management & Social Development (ICRTSTMD-18) in Indonesia, Bali on August 04th– 05th 2018. The aim of the conference was to provide opportunities to academicians from a range of disciplines from different countries around the globe to share their research both through the conference podium and publication. In a famous speech Abraham Lincoln made a popular phrase, “ a house divided itself cannot stand , if we could first know where we are and wither we are tending we could better judge what to do, and how to do it”. The conference being inter and multi disciplinary encourages regional and international communication and motivate young scholars to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience in the field of Science, Management and Technology.
The two day conference was divided in four sessions chaired by the eminent professor of the disciplines. The Key note address of the Day-I was delivered by eminent Prof. A. H. Siddiqi, who was also conferred with the Outstanding Academic Excellence Award for his contribution in the area of Applied Mathematics by the society.
Day One began with the address of the Conference Chair Dr. R. C. Singh Professor of Physics and scholar of BHU, conferred with many prestigious awards in India and Abroad.
The Fist Session was Co- chaired by Dr. Ng Khar Thoe, SEAMEO, RECSAM, Penang, Malaysia on the theme of ICT Based Digital Education. Invited talk was delivered by Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto followed by presentation of research papers by young researchers of the disciplines.
The Second Session was Co Chaired by Dr. Gunjan Jain, Professor of English Language on the theme of Language, Literature and Linguistics. The research papers presented focused on the theme of the session.
The papers presented in the conference were evaluated on the parameters of content, Time Management, Connectivity with society and Presentation. The evaluation was solely on the discretion of the session chair to decide the Best Paper of the session.
The papers presented in the conference were evaluated on the parameters of content, Time Management, Connectivity with society and Presentation. The evaluation was solely on the discretion of the session chair to decide the Best Paper Award of the session.
Day-II of conference August 05th 2018 the third session of the conference was Co Chaired by Dr. Rod Valesco from Gulf College Sultanate of Oman, experienced employee in teaching and administration on the theme of Entrepreneurship, Management and Business Education. Invited talk on “Wavelet Methods for Variation Problem and Fredholm Integral Equation” was delivered by Prof. P. Manchanda. Papers on multi disciplinary topics with the connectivity of society were presented in this session.
Session Four of the second day was co Chaired by Dr. J. C. Patni from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies on the theme of High Performance Computing. Prof. M. P. Singh delivered the invited talk in the session on Pattern Storage Neural Networks with Non Random Genetic Algorithm for Pattern Recognition followed by paper presentation by the young scholars.
The online presentations were co chaired by Dr. S. A. Igbatayo. The three papers from the sessions were awarded with the Best Paper Award, Co Chairs and Invited speakers were felicitated and participants were awarded with the Certificates in the Valedictory Session.
The papers presented have been sent for online publication in International Journal of Computer Application (IJCA) and Zibeline International Publishing. Selected papers will be published soon.
Papers presented in ICRTSTMSD-18
|2||Keynote address by Prof. (Dr.) A. H. Siddiqi|
|3||Wavelet methods for Variational Problem and Fredholm Integral Equations
|4||Pattern Storage Neural Networks with Non-random Genetic Algorithm for Pattern Recognition
Manu Pratap Singh
|5||Supporting Transdisciplinary Science/Mathematics Education, Management and Social Development Integrating use of E-tools and Sustainable Technology-Enhanced Communities
Ng Khar Thoe
|6||Challenges, Trend and Future of Business Education
|7||High Performance Computing Breakthrough any Supercomputing Challenge
J. C. Patni
|8||Issues Raising while Teaching & Learning English as Secondary Global Language
|9||Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Africa, Asia and Latin America
S. A. lgbatayo
|10||Measurement of Circular Saw Blade Tooth Dimensions Based on Machine Vision
Cheng-Ho Chen and Wei-Chao Lin
|11||An Improved Energy-Efficient Policy for Overload Host Detection in Cloud Environment
Satveer and Mahendra Singh
|12||Playing Doom with Deep Reinforcement Learning
Manan Kalra and J. C. Patni
|13||Steady Incompressible Plane Parallel Flow Through Porous Medium
Sandeep Kumar Tiwari
|14||Dynamic Task Migration Mechanisms in Cloud Environment: Literature Review and Future Trends
Ankit Tomar, J. C. Patni, Amit Dixit and Pramod Kumar
|15||The Age of Deep Learning
|16||User Authentication Using Keystroke Dynamics
Vishesh Mishra, Raghav Gupta, Gautam Sood and J. C. Patni
|17||Involving Primary Students in Project-based Blended-Learning Activities: Exemplary Practices in a Local School at Thailand
Karnchanaphan Phromsing, Natthasurachet Promsing and Ng Khar Thoe
|18||Enhancing Effective Science Learning through Augmented Reality: Challen-ges and the Way Forward
Sari Narulita, Indarjani and Ng Khar Thoe
|19||Learning Mathematical Concepts Contextually Supported by Digital Tool and E-platform
Wahid Yunianto, Dede Iyan Supardi, M. Davi Azriel Alviano, M. Dava Azriel Alviano and Ng Khar Thoe
|20||Privacy Concern of Personal Information in the ICT Usage, Internet and Social Media Perspective
Jashira Jamin, Noor Arina Md Arifin, Siti Aishah Mokhtar, Nik Nur Izzati Nik Rosli and Amira Idayu Mohd Shukry
|21||STEAM Teaching Strategies in Related Subject
Corrienna Abdul Talib, Intan Bidayu Mohd Rafi, Shamini Thanga Rajan, Nur Wahidah Abd Hakim, Marlina Ali and Ng Khar Thoe
|22||Literature Review on Internet Benefits, Risks and Issues: A Case Study for Cyber Parenting in Malaysia.
Razifah binti Othman, Kamal Fahrulrazy Rahim, Rabiatul Adawiyah binti Kamarulzaman, Dia Widyawati Amat and Khadijah Yahya
|23||A Comparative Study of Crowd Counting and Profiling Through Visual and Non Visual Sensors
Jugal Kishor Gupta and S. K. Gupta
|24||Corporate Governance and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: A Conceptual Discourse
Akindutire Yetunde Tonia, Bamikole Oladokun and Uyom Clifford
|25||Achieving Sustainable Developmental Goals on Poverty and Hunger Reduction through Increase in Agricultural Productivity in Nigeria (2000-2016)
Akinmulegu, Sunday Ojo and Ayodeji Emmanuel A.
|26||Vocational Education Training: A Means of Achieving Sustainable Development Goals on Poverty and Unemployment in Nigeria
Ajala Rosemary B. and Fabiyi Folukemi Catherine
|27||Alternative Energy Sources in an Emerging Economy
BABALOLA O. Oladap and AFOLABI Babatunde
|28||Study of Quality Testing of Milk Powder in Sterling Agro Industries Limited – Nova
Akash Kushwah and Yugal Agarwal
|29||Biometrics Physiological Traits identification using Convolutional Neural Network
Aaahish Jain and Rajat Chauhan
|30||Integrating Indigenous Knowledge and Skills in Technology Enhanced Science Project-based Activities: Exemplars, Issues and Challenges
Natthasurachet Promsing, Karnchanaphan Phromsing, Ng Khar Thoe and lee Tan Luck
|31||Microfinance Services and Income Allocation of Retail Entrepreneurs in San Pablo City, Laguna Philippines
Adrian A. Ilagan, Genelisa A. Balitaan, Florence C. Empalmado and Olivia A. Reyes
|22||No Poverty vs Reduced Inequality: Partnerships to Achieve the Goal
Ajinde Oluwashakin and Adaora Osondu-Oti
|33||Human Resource Accounting: Its Constraints and Limitation in the Philippines
Venus C. Ibarra
|34||Exploratory Study on the Entrepreneurial Skills of Business Administration and Computer Science students of MSEUFCI
Elocel M. Delgado and Manuel S. Enverga
|35||Evolution, Implementation and Effects of International Accounting Standards in Philippines
Jay Pee D. De Villa, Elaine Joy C. Apat and Venus C. Ibarra
|36||Best Practices in Strategic Management in Selected Secondary Schools in Surin Province, Thailand: Basis for Asean Integration Plan
|37||Institutional Quality Assurance Practices of a University in Thailand: Develo-pment of an Action Plan for Accreditation
Ketnakorn Phra Suphot
|38||Impact of Social Media Advertisement to the Customer Brand Awareness of Selected International Coffee Shop Companies in Muscat, Oman: An Inquiry to the Customer
Roland A. Getaruelas
|39||Corporate Memory: A Memory Compaction Apparatus Towards Malaysia’s Prominent Companies Transparent Governance
Razifah Othman, Rahimah Abd Rahman, Aflah Isa, Zailani Shafie and Amirah Abu Hassan
|40||Entrepreneurial Readiness of the Business and Management Students of Gulf College Oman
Venus Ricablanca, Khalid Abu Zayed and Juliet Sophia
|41||Deepening Poverty Reduction in Rural Nigeria: Implications for the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
O. O. Aiyegbusi
|42||Imperatives of Database Services: Basic Stakeholders’ Extent of Satisfaction Level in an Organization
Gina G. Jocson
|43||Recognizing the Personal Competencies of Future Information Professionals
Norhidayu Md Yatim, Nurhidayah Nasharudin, Noor Faraliza Samsudin, Salasiah M Said and Nor Famiza Tarsik
|44||The Impact of Attitude, Subjective Norm and Safety on Consumers’ Purchase Intention in Johor, Malaysia
Noreen Noor Abd Aziz, Eta Wahab, Nurul Aien Abd Aziz and Wan Haslin Aziah Wan Hassan
|45||Measuring Students’ Attitude Towards Behaviour in Doing Information-Related Business
Nurhidayah Nasharudin, Faddliza Mohd Zaki, Norhidayu Md Yatim, Zalina Abdul Rahim and Huda Hamidon
|46||The Challenges of Public Health Expenditures and Maternal Mortality Rates in Nigeria: Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals
Igbinedion Osahon Sunday
|47||Gift-giving in Chinese Culture
|48||The Psychological Well-Being of Left-Behind Children of Immigrants of Laguna State Polytechnic University
Portia R. Marasigan
|49||English Language Competency: Need & Challenge for Enhancing Employabi-lity in Indian Graduates
|50||Global Competency Skills and Attitudes of College Students of Gulf College, Oman
Remedios P. Magnaye and Amada G. Banaag
|51||Oman as a Tourist Destination: An Exploratory Study of Visitors’ Satisfaction
Rowena A. Lunar
|52||Life Skills and Community Service Learning Towards the Development of a Sustainable Community in Thampla Wittayayon School: An Assessment
|53||Development of a Strategic Plan Towards Quality Education in Primary Educational Service Area Office 3, Thailand
|54||The Development of Teachers in Teaching and Learning-based Management in the Classroom: Mukdalai School, Mueang District, Mukdahan Province
|55||A Comparative study of Ancient & Present Education system
|56||Transforming Public Libraries into Digital Knowledge Dissemination Centre in Supporting Lifelong Blended Learning Programmes for Rural Youths
Alizah Ali, Tan Luck Lee, Ng Khar Thoe, Noraini Ismail and Siti Zarikh Sofiah binti Abu Bakar
|57||Promoting LearnT-SMArET through managing blended-mode competitions: A reflective study with exemplary output from criterion-reference assessment
Ng Khar Thoe, Gatot Hari Priowirjanto, Achmad Purnomo and Awangku Hassanal Bahar bin Pengiran Bagul
|58||Women Empowerment: An overview of the Global Context
4th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’19)
After the huge success of previous Conferences ICRTSTMSD-18, ICRDSTHM-17 & ICSTHBM-16 organized in Bali, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok respectively, SRD launches its next conference The 4th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’19) in Phuket, Thailand.
The 4th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’19) will take place on July 26-27, 2019. 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 at Phuket. We are sure you will find it to be another informative and memorable academic event.
CONFERENCE CHAIR / CO-CHAIRS
Prof. Dr. R. C. Singh, Sharda University, India
Dr. J.C Patni,University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India
Theme: Parallel, Distributed and High Performance Computing
Dr. Manu Pratap Singh, IET, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra, India
Theme: Multi Objective Optimization with Soft Computing
Dr. P. R. Marasigan, College of Arts and Sciences, Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines
Theme: Science, Technology & Management
Dr. Natthasurachet Promsing, RAKMAE Phomuang School, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
Theme: Positive Psychology
Dr. Gunjan Jain,Vidya College of Engineering, India
Theme: Trends and Innovation in Teaching & Learning English Language
Dr. Sunantha Prime, California State University at Fresno, California
Theme: Optimal Models and Business Applications
Dr. Venus C. Ibarra, San Pablo Colleges, Philippines
Theme: Environment, Services and Products Sustainability Management
To be updated soon…
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
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.
Humanities and Social Science: Health, Education, Employment, Housing and Social Security, Critical Cultural Studies, Communications and Linguistics Studies, 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, Community Studies.
The proposed venue of the conference is Patong Merlin Hotel, Phuket, Thailand.
The accepted and registered papers of iCon–MESSSH’19 will be published in Conference Proceedings with ISBN.
The selected papers after peer review will be published online in
and few more.
|First Round||Second Round||Third Round||Final Round|
|Draft paper/Poster Submission (.doc, .docx, .pdf)||15th Nov 2018||15th Jan 2019||15th Mar 2019||15th May 2019|
|Acceptance Notification||25th Nov 2018||25th Jan 2019||25th Mar 2019||25th May 2019|
|Camera Ready Paper Submission (Strictly in .doc or .docx format)||30th Nov 2018||30th Jan 2019||30th Mar 2019||30th May 2019|
|Registration Deadline||30th Nov 2018||30th Jan 2019||30th Mar 2019||30th May 2019|
REGISTRATION FEE (NON SCOPUS)
The below mentioned fee is applicable for up to 06 pages. After 06 pages, additional USD 10 per page will be charged.
|Category||First Round (Till 30th Nov 2018)||Second Round (30th Jan 2019)||Third Round (30th Mar 2019)||Final Round (30th May 2019)|
|SRD Member*||USD 160||USD 180||USD 215||USD 255|
|Non-Student Author*||USD 180||USD 220||USD 235||USD 275|
|Student Author*||USD 160||USD 180||USD 215||USD 255|
|Per Additional Paper*||USD 75||USD 90||USD 105||USD 120|
|Poster Presentation||USD 100||USD 120||USD 140||USD 160|
|Listener||USD 100||USD 120||USD 140||USD 160|
|Extra Proceeding||USD 45||USD 50||USD 55||USD 60|
REGISTRATION FEE (SCOPUS INDEXED)
The registration fee for Scopus indexed Journal Publication (online) will be USD 75* more in all categories as mentioned in fee details above.
The papers can be submitted in SRD 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 authors of concerned paper.
*The authors who are unable to format the paper in SRD/Journal template can ask for editorial help with a charge of USD 10 for upto 06 pages. After 06 pages, additional charge of USD 02 will be applicable per page.
All papers to be submitted through email attachment to be sent to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org through attachment.
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
The best paper awards for each session will be declared in valedictory session in the conference by the Conference Chair and Session Chairs.
THE PHUKET TOUR
There are plenty of really memorable things to do in Phuket. The island itself has a beautiful historical old town, great viewpoints and iconic cultural attractions. It is also a good base for exploring the nearby islands and must-see attractions. These include world-famous places like Phang Nga Bay and the Phi Phi Islands.
The following is the list of 10 best pick of the things which one should absolutely not miss while in Phuket:
Prof. (Dr.) V. K. Saraswat is presently working as Director in the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra, India. He has more than 18 years experience of teaching PG/UG Classes. He has supervised 08 research scholars of Ph.D in which 06 research scholars have been awarded successfully. He has published more than 20 papers in Journals of repute and presented more that 10 papers in national and international conferences. He has organized many conferences, workshops and Seminars. He is Member of Computer Society of India (CSI) and Life Member of Operations Research Society of India (ORSI).
Dr. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto
(Director) Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization
(SEAMEO) Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand.
Dr Gatot Hari Priowirjanto is the Director of SEAMEO Secretariat, based in Bangkok, Thailand. Prior to joining SEAMEO Secretariat, he worked as the Director of the SEAMEO Regional Open Learning Centre, known as SEAMEO SEAMOLEC. He was also Director of International Communications, and Director of TVET department at the Indonesian Ministry of National Education, and has fulfilled the role of Attaché of Education and Culture, at the Indonesian Embassy in Bonn, Germany As the SEAMEO Secretariat Director, Dr Gatot has responsibility for the Secretariat’s strategy and operations, ensuring that focus is maintained on developing education, culture and science for all those in Southeast Asia.
As the head of the SEAMEO Secretariat, he aims to optimise the functions of all 21 SEAMEO Centres regional wide as well as leverage both quality and quantity of developmental programmes and activities through creation and strengthening of international collaborative networks within Southeast Asian region and beyond.
Dr Gatot Hari Priowirjanto holds a Doctorate Degree in Hydro-Geology from RWTH-Aachen University, and a Master’s degree from the same institution. His Bachelor Degree is in Mining Engineering from the Institute of Technology Bandung, Indonesia, and on this subject he has also been a lecturer.