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What is the projection of 100 years of Indonesian independence? Will Indonesian Science Agenda become a long-term guidance towards the realization of ideals of the founding of the nation? This fundamental scientific question is the realization of a joint dream for a better Indonesia and academic anxiety felt by young scientists when doing research in their respective fields.
Knowledge Sharing Session28-12-2016

Indonesian Science Agenda: Fundamental Scientific Questions Towards a Century of Independence Nation

What is the projection of 100 years of Indonesian independence? Will Indonesian Science Agenda become a long-term guidance towards the realization of ideals of the founding of the nation?
This fundamental scientific question is the realization of a joint dream for a better Indonesia and academic anxiety felt by young scientists when doing research in their respective fields.
This current knowledge sharing session will discuss Indonesian Science Agenda prepared by young scientists from various scientific disciplines, facilitated by the Indonesian Academy of Sciences (AIPI). A dynamic document, Indonesian Science Agenda is dedicated to inspire young Indonesian researchers to improve character of the nation with critical thinking and insatiable curiosity, where science plays a role as a driver of innovation and progress of development.


There are 8 clusters of problems and 45 questions which were initiated by young Indonesian scientists and written by a Study Committee consisting of 12 young scientists as well as 5 members of AIPI Advisory Committee. Mapping problems and gathering questions have been implemented through the Indonesian Young Scientists Forum attended by 40 Indonesian young scientists from Indonesian Young Scientist Network.
Representatives of young scientists of the National Research Council, Prof. Jamaluddin Jompa and Teguh Dartanto, Ph.D. will present the Indonesian Science Agenda which will be formally published in May 2015. It is expected that this agenda will strengthen formal networks between young researchers in Indonesia. This document will complement five-yearly national research agenda of the Ministry of Research and Technology.

Tuesday, 17 february 2015
1-3 PM

Knowledge Sector Initiative Office
Ratu Plaza Office Tower 9th Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 9 
Jakarta 10270, Indonesia

Speakers
Prof. Jamaluddin Jompa earned his Ph.D. in the field of Marine Ecology from James Cook University, Australia in 2002. He is active in the field of maritime organizations as Secretary General of Indonesian Coral Reef Society (2007-present) and Vice Chair of the Indonesian Oceanologist Association (2011-present). Since 2013 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, Hasanuddin University until now. Besides active in seminars and conferences as well as a speaker at several events, he is also a productive writer producing various publications.

Teguh Dartanto, Ph.D. received his Ph.D. in the field of International Development from Nagoya University, Japan. He has experience and interest in research on Development Economics, Poverty Issues, Social Protection and Economic Modeling. His publication can be found in various journals, working papers, and books. He currently serves as  director of S1 Program in Economics, University of Indonesia and the head of section on poverty and development, the Institute of Economic and Social Research (LPEM). He has experience in academic conferences, and is responsible for managing projects and research grants.



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