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Paper Competition ISIC-SI

The Indonesian Students Association in the United Kingdom (PPI UK) which are supported by the Indonesian Embassy in London, are holding Indonesian Scholars International Convention – Simposium Internasional PPI Dunia (ISIC-SI) 2017 comes along an exciting theme “Accelerating Indonesia’s National Potential towards 2030”.

In order to prepare Indonesia’s youth generations for the demographic bonus in 2030, a holistic approach, a meaningful participation and a notion that development has to happen within Indonesia’s archipelago – thus be socially, environmentally and economically sustainable – are needed. ISIC-SI 2017 will strive to gather ideas from various fields among Indonesian scholars. Therefore, we would like to invite Indonesian scholars to contribute through this event.

List of Topics:

  • Science, Technology and Innovation
  • Infrastructure and Transport Management
  • Environment and Energy
  • Health and Well-being
  • Education
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Economic Development
  • Demographic, Social Changes and Culture
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Good Governance, Human Rights and National Security




Return flight tickets to the UK will be covered for two best submissions!


Submission Requirements:

All entries must meet the following criteria.

  1. Author Status: Must be students or researchers represent an institution.
  2. Coauthorship: Papers written by more than one student or researcher are permitted. Coauthored or multiple-authored winners will share the specified monetary awards.
  3. Originality: Each paper must be an original analysis and must be the author’s own work. Papers previously published are not eligible.
  4. Content: One paper should be submitted for one theme only.



Abstract Submission Deadline: 03 March 2017

Abstract Acceptance Announcement: 31 March 2017

Full Paper Submission Deadline: 28 April 2017

Full Paper Acceptance Announcement: 26 May 2017

Paper Presenter Registration: 29 May – 19 July 2017

Conference Date: 26 July 2017


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