5th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’20)
After the huge success of previous Conferences iCon-MESSSH’19, ICRTSTMSD-18, ICRDSTHM-17 & ICSTHBM-16 organized in Phuket, Bali, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok respectively, SRD launches its next conference: The 5th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’20) in Penang, Malaysia.
The 5th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’20) will take place on August 14-15, 2020. 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 Penang. We are sure you will find it to be another informative and memorable academic event.
Prof. Dr. R. C. Singh
Sharda University, India
President SRD & Conference Chair iCon-MESSSH’20
Dr. Khar Thoe Ng,
Specialist R&D Division, SEAMEO, RECSAM, Penang, Malaysia
Dr. P. R. Marasigan
Theme: Educational Research Connecting Communities
Dr. Manu Pratap Singh
Theme: Modern Era of Computation
Dr. J. C. Patni
Theme: IoT, Smart Homes and Smart Cities
Dr. Venus C. Ibarra
Theme: Environmental Innovations and Green Practices
Prof. (Dr.) Lay Yoon Fah
Theme: Education and Psychology
Prof. (Dr.) Leong Wai Yie
Mahsa University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Theme: Advanced Technology for IR4.0
Dr. Ryohei Miyadera
Theme: Computational Mathematics -Research and Education
Dr. Anand Mohan
NSHM Group of Institutions, Durgapur, India
Theme: System Analysis and Design
Prof. (Dr.) Lilia Halim
Theme: Quality Education and Sustainable Development
Dr. Suma Parahakaran
Theme: Technology based Human Values integrated Sustainable Education
Prof. (Dr.) Ong Eng Tek
Theme: Pedagogy and Teacher Education
Dr. Corrienna Abdul Talib
Theme: STEM Education
Dr. R. Indarjani
Theme: Harnessing Local Potential to enrich STEM Education
Dr. Maman Fathurrohman
Theme: Educational Design and Development
Dr. Awangku Hassanal Bahar Pengiran Bagul
Theme: Business, Economics and Tourism
Dr. Gunjan Jain
Sahrda University, Boburshah Prospekt, Andijan, Uzbekistan
Theme: Innovation in Teaching & Testing Language Skills
CALL FOR PAPERS/POSTERS
Science and Technology: Social Networking, ICT, STEM, Software Engineering, Digital Image Processing, Big Data Technologies and Management, Data Science, Data Communication and Networks, Mobile ad-hoc and Sensor Networks, Embedded sensor and mobile database, Multimedia and Virtual Reality, Grid and Cluster Computing, Cloud Computing, Algorithms, E-Services, AI and Intelligent Systems, Embedded Systems, Control Theory, VLSI Design, Digital Signal Processing, Sensor design, Sensor-fusion and Sensor-based Control, Service Oriented Architecture and Technologies, Telecommunications and Networking Technologies, Optimization Techniques, Stochastic models, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences
Management: Economic aspects of the service sector, Financial statements analysis, Knowledge Management and Learning Organization, Risk Management, Decision Science, Operations Management, Business Ethics, Strategic Negotiation, Technology Management, Entrepreneurship, Performance Management, Business 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, Policy, privacy, security, and legal issues regarding services, The relationship of humanities to other knowledge domains (Technology, Science, Economics), Literary Humanities Theme Civic, Political, Community Studies.
The venue of the conference is SEAMEO Hall, Seameo Recsam, Penang, Malaysia
The accepted and registered papers/abstracts of iCon–MESSSH’20 will be published in Conference Proceedings with ISBN.
After the conference the extended version of selected papers after peer review (by Journals’ Editorial Board) will be published online in Journals indexed in
|First Round||Second Round||Third Round||Final Round (Extended)|
|Draft paper/Poster Submission (.doc, .docx, .pdf)||15th Oct. 2019||15th Dec. 2019||15th Feb. 2020||15th Apr. 2020|
|Acceptance Notification||15th Nov. 2019||15th Jan. 2020||15th Mar. 2020||15th May 2020|
|Camera Ready Paper Submission (Strictly in .doc or .docx format)||30th Nov. 2019||30th Jan. 2020||30th Mar. 2020||30th May 2020|
|Registration Deadline||30th Nov. 2019||30th Jan. 2020||30th Mar. 2020||30th May 2020|
REGISTRATION FEE (SCOPUS)
Selected papers after peer review will be published in Scopus indexed Journals. 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 Oct. 2019)||Second Round (30th Dec. 2019)||Third Round (28th Feb. 2020)||Final Round (30th Apr. 2020)|
|SRD Member*||USD 200||USD 225||USD 250||USD 275|
|Non-Student Author*||USD 240||USD 275||USD 310||USD 350|
|Student Author*||USD 200||USD 225||USD 250||USD 275|
|Per Additional Paper*||USD 150||USD 160||USD 170||USD 180|
|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|
The Malaysian participants can pay registartion fee in equivalent Malysian Ringgets (1 USD = 4.13 MYR).
SCOPUS PAPER SUBMISSION
As per the method of submission in journal format. To be updated soon… In the mean time, the papers can be submitted through email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com through attachment SRD paper template.
*The authors who are unable to format the paper in Journal template can ask for editorial help with a charge of USD 20 for upto 06 pages. After 06 pages, additional charge of USD 05 will be applicable per page.
NON-SCOPUS PAPER SUBMISSION*
*The registration fee of such papers will be USD 50 less in all categories.
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 4th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’19) July 26-27 2019, Phuket, Thailand
In the sequence of international conferences started from 2016, the Society for Research Development (SRD) organized its 4th International Conference on Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities (iCon-MESSSH’19) in Phuket, Thailand dated July 26th– 27th 2019. The aim of the conference was to provide opportunities to academicians and professionals from a range of disciplines from different countries around the globe to share their research both through the conference podium and publication. 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 Management, Engineering, Science, Social Science and Humanities.
Day-I began with the welcome address of Prof. Rajendra Kumar, an eminent author, researcher and Vice President of SRD. The two-day conference was divided in four sessions chaired by the eminent professor of the disciplines. The Key note address was delivered by eminent Prof. R. C. Singh, Sharda University, Greater Noida, India. The topic of his keynote address was “STEM Research in 21st Century”.
The first Session was Co- chaired by Dr. Rohit Khokher, an eminent researcher and speaker. Invited talk was delivered by Dr. Sunantha Prime Teyerachakul from California State University (USA) on topic “Manufacturing Learning and Forgetting: Steady State Optimal Batch Size for Constant Demand Case”, followed by presentations of research papers by different researchers of Science and Technology disciplines.
The Second Session was Co-Chaired by Dr. Portia R. Marasigan of Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines. Invited talk was delivered by Dr. Prantosh Kumar Paul from Raiganj University, West Bengal (India) on topic “Green Computing for the Sustainability – The Issues, Challenges and Potentialities” followed by presentations of research papers by different researchers of Science, Technology and Management disciplines.
On second day, the third and fourth sessions were co-chaired by Dr. Venus C. Ibarra and Dr. J. C. Patni respectively. The invited talks were delivered by Dr. Gunjan Jain on topic “Trends and Innovation in Teaching and Learning English Language” and Dr. Manu Pratap Singh on topic “Multi Objective Optimization with Soft Computing Techniques”. After oral presentations, the online presentations were delivered by absentia participants.
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. Total 03 best papers were awarded to Dr. Amila Jayasinghe, Eline Joy C. Apat and Adoree A. Ramos.
The papers presented have been sent for online publication in IJITEE (Scopus Journal) and Zibeline International Publishing. Selected papers will be published soon.
Papers presented in ICRTSTMSD-18
|2||Keynote address by Prof. (Dr.) R. C. Singh|
|3||Manufacturing Learning and Forgetting: Steady State Optimal Batch Size for Constant Demand Case
Sunantha Prime Teyerachakul
|4||Using Brief Cognitive Restructuring and Cognitive Defusion Techniques to Cope with Negative Thoughts
Portia R. Marasigan
|5||Transformation of Dependency and Association in UML Design Class
Ngamsantivong Thavatchai, Ratanavilisagul Chiabwoot
|6||Simulation of Population Growth and Distribution based on Centrality of Road Network
Nima Yoezer Tenzin, Amila Jayasinghe, Chethika Abenayake, P.K.S. Mahanama
|7||Critical Success Factors of Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) Implementation in Developing Countries
Dionisius Alvian Ariwibowo, Dumilah Ayuningtyas
|8||Employment of Unskilled Craft Workers in the UAE Construction Projects: Explicating the Reasons
Mohammed Albattah, Adejumo Saheed, Muhammed Tariq Shafiq
|9||Verification of Biometric Traits using Deep Learning
Rohit Khokher, Ram Chandra Singh, Aashish Jain
|10||Network Centrality Analysis of Public Transport Systems: Developing a Strategic Planning Tool to Assess Passenger Attraction
Amila Jayasinghe, Rattanaporn Kasemsri, C. Chethika Abenayake, P. K. S. Mahanama
|11||Green Computing for the Sustainability – The Issues, Challenges and Potentialities
P. K. Paul
|12||Non-Technical Skills of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Input to Their Employability
Elaine Joy C. Apat, Julieta A. Sumague
|13||Snoring Characteristics Inventory and Blood Pressure: Window Assessment Tool for Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Risk
Rose Ann Z. Masa
|14||Mindfulness and Life Satisfaction of Selected Faculty Members of Laguna State Polytechnic University
Rowena A. Reyes
|15||A Comparative Study of Culinary Practices of Homegrown Cooks and Chefs in Contemporary Philippine Cuisine of Heirloom Recipes of Calabarzon
Ninevetch Grace O. Marco
|16||Spend Analysis and Budget Stability of Employed Solo Parents in San Pablo City Laguna
Elaine Joy C. Apat
|17||Performance of Sophomore Information Technology Students in Assembly Language Subject Based on Different Teaching Methods
Joanna A. Erlano
|18||Multi Objective Optimization with Soft Computing Techniques
M. P. Singh
|19||Exploratory Analysis of Sustaining Organic Farming in Laguna Province
Marivic Baliton Abinsay
|20||Sustaining Ecotourism Environment at Mts. Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape: Alignment to Global Climate Change
Maria Donnalyn E. Briñas
|21||Sustaining the Supply Chain Management System of a Multi-Purpose Cooperative in Tiaong, Quezon Janzene L. Aguilar|
|22||Assessment of Service Quality in Selected Branches of Bangko Kabayan, Inc.
Nelda A. Rosima
|23||Electronic Commerce Adoption by Manufacturing Companies in Laguna
Adoree A. Ramos
|24||The Consumers’ Acceptance of E-Commerce in the Province of Laguna
John Matthew M. Macalinao, Adoree A. Ramos, Rolando Jr. B. Marinay
|25||The Competitiveness of the Philippines Local Pharmaceutical Company Using Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Mac Gene Kevin S. Dela Cruz, Adoree A. Ramos, Jane Marie P. Marcelo
|26||Risk Communication Management towards Disaster Resiliency in Davao City, Southern Philippines
Cayamanda, Karen Joyce Gonzales, Merlyne M. Paunlagui, Rowena D. T. Baconguis, Maria Ana T. Quimbo
|27||Trends and Innovation in Teaching and Learning English Language
|28||Financial Inclusion, Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship: A Special Emphasis to India
|29||Fractal Antenna – Wireless Communication New Beginning Breakthrough in Digital Era
Anand Mohan, M Sundararajan
|30||Organizing Duplicate Spatio-Temporal Data in Location Intelligence
Sumeet Gill, Meenakshi
|31||A Fuzzy Logic Based Personalized Result Analysis Support for Student Performance Up-Gradation
Sangita A. Jaju, Sudhir B Jagtap, Rohini B. Shinde
|32||Prediction of Heart Disease using Name Entity Recognition based on Back Propagation and Whale Optimization Algorithms
Velmurugan T, Latha U
|33||Quality Based Analysis of Clustering Algorithms using Diabetes Data for the Prediction of Disease
K. Saravananathan, T. Velmurugan
|34||A Keyword Based Educational and Non-Educational Website Recognition Tool
Sangita Modi, Sudhir B. Jagtap
|35||An Algorithm for Determining SIFT Matching Score for Dorsal Vein Recognition System
Tarshi Jain, Rajendra Kumar
|36||English text to Indian Sign Language Machine Translation: A Rule Based Method
Gouri Sankar Mishra, Prof. Parma Nand, Dr. Pooja
|37||Effectiveness of Tax Incentives of Hard-To-Recover Oil Reserve Development
I. V. Sharf, М. P. Ivanova, I. V. Filimonova
|38||Multi Performance Optimizationof Shoulder Milling Process Parameters of AA6063 T6 Aluminium Alloy by Taguchi Based GRA
Om Prakash Singh, Gaurav Kumar, Mukesh Kumar
|39||Inclusive Employment Opportunity: The Stem of inclusive growth in India
Jyoti Kumari Sharma, Anil Bhumali
|40||Relation and processing of Ad-Hoc-data with cloud computing in Finance Sector
|41||Sustainable computing Technology: with reference to future potentiality for Eco-friendly system
Debasish Kumar Chaki
|41||Competencies, Skills and Training Needs of Hospitality Firm Employees in Oman towards Promotion: An Inquiry