Sustainable Futures International Congress (SUFCON) – Science & Technology Series, and Social Science Series is a collaboration conference program between Asosiasi Perguruan Tinggi (APERTI) BUMN, Research Synergy Foundation (RSF), and Alliance of Government-Linked Universities (GLU) Malaysia.

This congress aims to share knowledge and experiences on all aspects of Sustainable Development by bringing together leading researchers, academic scholars, and scientist to present and discuss in this interdisciplinary platform the ongoing research related to digital futures of our society. 

This congress not only give you global forum to share and exchange idea, research, and work. But also, provide wider network and research ecosystem for further collaboration and projects. We are glad to share this good opportunities in the scientific community, that will be offered ONLY for all participants who participate in the congress.

Science and Technology Series

Social Science Series

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FIELD OF STUDY

Science and Technology Series

  • Digital Divide
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Financial Technology
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Optical & Converged Optical-Wireless Networks
  • Mobile Network Applications and Services
  • Sensor Devices and Networks
  • Green Communication Systems and Networks
  • Cloud & Fog Computing
  • Smart Transportation
  • IoT Based Technology
  • Industry 4.0
  • Digital Security
  • Power System
  • Food Safety & Security
  • Agro-industrial engineering

Social Science Series

  • Social Intelligence
  • Logistics
  • Online Services/Banking
  • Sustainable Development
  • Engineering Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Knowledge & Innovation Management
  • Micro Finance
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Educational Technology
  • Learning Analytics
  • Digital Learning
  • Global Warming/Pollution
  • Financial Management
  • Food Innovation
  • Halal agroindustry 
  • Halal tourism/service

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Dr. (H.C.) Ir. H. Suharso Monoarfa* 

Minister – Ministry of National Development Planning of the Republic of Indonesia

M. Umapathy Sivan (SIVAN)

Chief Information Officer – Telekom Malaysia

Prof. Emil Salim* 

Professor at University of Indonesia

Prof. Nelson Tansu*

Lehigh University, United States
The University of Adelaide, Australia

Dr. Andre Kreie

Director Global Logistics Education Program – Kuehne Foundation, Schindellegi, Switzerland

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY

  • All accepted ABSTRACTS will be published in conference proceeding e-book with ISBN.
  • All accepted PAPERS have opportunity to be published in reputable international journal indexed by SCOPUS/ WOS/ SSCI/ ESCI/ Copernicus/ DOAJ/ EBSCO/ Google Scholar,etc. *Terms and Conditions applied (selected by Scientific Editorial and Reviewer Committee).
  • Journals affiliated to the conference can be seen in http://www.researchsynergy.org/list-of-rsf-affiliated-journal/ 
  • All PAPERS will get international exposure and scientific feedback from scholars around the globe during the conference. 
  • All publications process conducted ethically based on RSF code of conduct and publications ethic guideline (based on COPE). Please see on the website of RSF or this Website of conferences to download the Ethic Guideline. All parties (Author, editor, conference chair, Scientific review committee) should follow the ethics guide.

Journal Publication Process:

  1. The Conference Scientific review committee reviews all the abstracts of the article submitted to the conference website.
  2. After the conference, all manuscript should be performed in the scientific publishing process consist of Plagiarism check (using Turnitin under 20%), content review (aligned with journal’s aim and scope), and language review (cohesion, grammar, and vocabulary).
  3. All manuscripts that perform on those criteria will be recommended to Research Synergy journal affiliations (The author should follow the journal’s submission process afterward).

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