Darminto, Yuwana, L., and Sungkono
Department of Physics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
The 1st international Symposium on Physics and Applications, 1st ISPA or ISPA 2020, was held from December 17 to 18, 2020 on Department of Physics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS). The event was organized by the Department of Physics, Faculty of Sciences and Data Analytics, ITS. Considering the covid-19 pandemic and the travel restriction, ISPA 2020 was conducted via Zoom Meeting. In addition, the symposium is supported by Airlangga University, State University of Surabaya, and National University of Singapore. This Proceedings issue compiles oral presentations that were submitted by the authors after rigorously reviewed by a special committee designated by the Journal of Physics Conference Series (JPCS) editor for ISPA.
Hopefully, we can develop research collaboration for supporting and increasing the quality of research in the physical sciences and its applications. We are grateful to the organizing and editorial committee that have actively contributed to accomplish a well-balanced scientific program. We also thank to graduate students lively participated, the keynote and invited speakers and also the participants who are going to be the presenter in ISPA 2020. The organizing and editorial committee, keynote and invited speakers are listed below.
Prof. Andrivo Rusydi (National University of Singapore)
Prof. M. Yasin (University of Airlangga)
Prof. Madlazim (State University of Surabaya)
Prof. Agus Rubianto (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Prof. Suminar Pratapa (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Dr. Sugkono (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Diky Anggoro, M.Si (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Prof. Darminto (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Nurissma Puspitasari, M.Si (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Dr. Lila Yuwana (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
Bekti Ponco Saputro (Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember)
|1||Bobby Eka Gunara||Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia|
|2||Shammim Ahsan||Khulna University, Bangladesh|
|3||Hidetaka Arimura||Kyushu University, Japan|
|4||Kuo-Fong Ma||National Central University, Taiwan|
|5||Tosawat Seetawan||Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University, Thailand|
|6||Muhammad Mahyiddin Ramli||Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia|
|1||Hiroaki Yamanaka||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan|
|2||Suryani Dyah Astuti||Airlangga University, Indonesia|
|3||Hery Suyanto||Udayana University, Indonesia|
|4||Kuwat Triyana||Gajahmada University, Indonesia|
|5||Suasmoro||Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia|
|6||Agus Purwanto||Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia|
In the symposium, we invited 6 keynote speakers and 6 invited speakers from Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Japan, Bangladesh, and Indonesia. The symposium has successfully obtained positive responses from researchers by collecting significant and qualified 72 papers for oral presentations that have selected from 98 abstracts received. The presenters and participants are shown in Figure 1. The all papers are included addressing the research topics of the conference including theoretical physics, laser and optoelectronics, instrumentation and acoustics, earth sciences (geophysics), bio and medical physics, and material physics.
The symposium is arranged for two days, the first day consisted of 3 keynote speakers, 3 invited speakers and 34 participants. As the first keynote speaker in plenary session, Dr. Muhammad M. Ramli from University Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) – Malaysia, gave an excellent presentation on “Reduced-Graphene Oxide for Various Electronic Applications” (Figure 2). Keynote speakers present in plenary rooms (all participants the symposium) consecutively. Each keynote speaker will deliver their respective topic in the 30-40 minutes. Then the discussion (question and answer) between keynote speaker and audiences will be conducted in 10-20 minutes.
The second speech in plenary session was delivered by Prof. Kuo-Fong Ma from National Central University – Taiwan, with title of speech is “Earthquake: Knowns and Unknowns” (Figure 3).
The third speech in plenary session was delivered by Prof. Shamim Ahsan from Khulna University – Bangladesh, with the title of speech is “Prospects of CO2 Laser Polishing Technique” (Figure 4).
After the keynote speaker session, 3 invited speaker and 34 oral presentations were divided into 3 rooms based on work topics. Furthermore, invited speakers present their topic after plenary seasons in 25-30 minutes and discuss with participant in 10-15 minutes. Invited speaker rooms are parallel. In the parallel rooms, participants present their papers after invited speaker in 10-15 minutes and following discussions with others in 5 minutes. Following is the list of invited speakers:
- Prof. Kuwat Triyana from Gajah Mada University – Indonesia with the title of speech is “Functionalized Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Polyvinyl Acetate/Citric Acid Nanofiber for Detecting Trimethyl Amine”.
- Prof. Hiroaki Yamanaka from Tokyo Institute of Technology – Japan with the title of speech is “Exploration Geophysics for Earthquake Disaster Mitigation”
- Prof. Suasmoro from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember – Indonesia with the title of speech is “Iron and Copper based BO6 octahedron of perovskite: Structure, Oxidation state, Electronic and Magnetic properties”
On the second day, this conference consisted of 3 keynote speakers, 3 invited speakers and 38 participants. The first speech in plenary session on second day was delivered by Prof. Hidetaka Arimura from Kyushu University – Japan, with the title of speech is “What is the medical physics from academic point of view?” (Figure 5).
The second speech in plenary session on second day was delivered by Prof. Bobby Eka Gunara from Institut Teknologi Bandung – Indonesia, with title of speech is “Higher Dimensional Static Black Holes” (Figure 6).
As the last keynote speaker in plenary session on second day, Prof. T Seetawan from Sakon Nakhon Rajabaht University – Thailand, gave a presentation on “Advantage of Flexible Thermoelectric Module for Small Generator.”
After the keynote speaker session, 3 invited speaker and 38 oral presentations were divided into 3 rooms based on work topics. This is the list of invited speakers:
- Prof. Suryani Dyah Astuti from Universitas Airlangga – Indonesia with the title of speech is “The Role of Organic Photosensitizer in Antimicrobial Photodynamic Inactivation (PDI)”.
- Prof. Hery Suyanto from Udayana University – Indonesia with the title of speech is “Organic Materials Utilization for Biomarker and Forensic Needs by Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) Method”
- Prof. Agus Purwanto from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember – Indonesia with the title of speech is “Relation between Channel and Measurement Matrices for Successful Quantum Teleportation.”
Here are several photos of oral presentation activities of the participants.
The paper has been published, it can be accessed at the following address : https://iopscience.iop.org/issue/1742-6596/1951/1