|1. Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing collaboration with Association of Hydraulic Engineers (IAHE)|
|Topic: Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Development.|
|Indonesian Association of Hydraulic Engineers (IAHE) or in Bahasa Himpunan Ahli Teknik Hidraulik Indonesia (HATHI) is an organization of professional hydraulic engineers. The main vision is to achieve the application of Water Engineering properly and correctly in the management of water resources for the welfare of the community. They actively participate in many scientific activities such as producing many scientific papers as well as become keynote speakers at several national and international conferences.|
|2. Stephen SY Lau,
Professor of the Beijing University of Civil Engineering & Architecture, and Honorary Professor of Hong Kong University.
|Topic: Human-oriented Environmental and Building Design for A Mega city.|
|Trained as an Architect (HKU and the Bartlett), he specializes in sustainable building and urban design. He has expertise in architectural acoustics, light and lighting, green building rating and design. He is a Registered Architect (HK), Certified Carbon Auditor, proficiency in LEED (U.S.A.), BREEAM (U.K.), GBL Assessor (China Green Building).
Internationally, he was member to the European Union EU-Urban Knowledge Asia Network UKNA, the EU-Multiple and Intensive Land Use MILU Research Project, and the International Society of Habitat Engineering and Design ISHED (Japan), CIB Task Group 39- Megacities; International Initiatives on Sustainable Built Environment iiSBE (Canada). In practice, He has won awards, prizes, competitions as collaborators/leader of international/local design teams; advisor to OMA-AMO Asia (2010-14), and Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall RMJM-HK. His current research interest is Human-oriented Building and Environment Design; Man-Machine Interactive Control (IoT) of Building Performance; Building Use Study; and Biophilic Urbanism. Professionally, he is an active member to the China Green Building Council and lectured regularly in China. He has been Visiting Professor to the Utrecht University the Netherlands, Senior Visiting Fellow UNSW.
|3. Prof M Ali Berawi,
Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Indonesia
|Title: Creating Value-added and Stimulating Innovation in Mega Infrastructure Projects: Increasing Projects Feasibility|
|Prof Berawi got his Doctoral degree from Oxford Brookes University, UK. He is extensively conducting research on value engineering, value management and innovation in the context of infrastructure, construction and manufacturing industries. He also has several collaboration with both national and international universities.
He was the Editor-in-Chief of Value World, the journal of the Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE International) from 2008-2014 and also the International Journal of Technology (UTech).
He served as Lead Advisor to the Republic of Indonesia’s Ministry of Transportation (MOT) in 2012, the Director of the Directorate of Research and Community Service (DRPM) at the University of Indonesia in 2015.
Currently he serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure Development (CSID) University of Indonesia, Executive Director of ASEAN University Network-Sustainable City and Urban Development (AUN-SCUD), and the Chairman of Standing Committee on Infrastructure Strategy Policies for Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN Indonesia).
|4. Rajendran Parthiban,
Professor Engineering and IT of Monash University Malaysia
|Topic: Role of Industry 4.0 on The Development of Sustainable Environment and Living|
|Rajendran Parthiban completed his Bachelor of Engineering with first class honours in 1997, and his PhD in optical networks in 2004 from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He joined the ARC Special Research Centre for Ultra-Broadband Information Networks (CUBIN) at the University of Melbourne. In CUBIN, he conducted research in developing new and cost-effective optical network architectures for carrying future Internet traffic. In 2010, he was appointed as the Deputy Head of School (Education) of the School of Engineering. He is also serving as the Deputy Head of School of the School of Information Technology from August 2014. His research interests are in optical networks, visible light communications, vehicular communication, grid/cloud/fog computing and engineering education. He is a member of Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Optical Society of America (OSA), and a senior member of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE).|