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Indonesian-American Symposium

Indonesian Academy of Sciences – U.S. National Academy of Sciences

August 1-4, 2016
Malang, Indonesia


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 Big Data and Marine Conservation

Organizers: Fenny Dwivany and Monica Medina

Big Data and Marine Conservation
Manuel Gonzalez, University of Queensland

Metabolomics: a data driven and multidisciplinary approach for various applications in food science and technology
Sastia Putri Lavina, Institut Teknologi Bandung

We Punch Nature and It Will Punch Us Back: Human Impacts on Biodiversity and Their Feedbacks
Camilo Mora, University of Hawaii

 From Nature's Machines to Synthetic Biomimicry

Organizers: Ari Winasti Satyagraha and Nathan Gianneschi

From Nature's Machines to Synthetic Biomimicry
Nathan Gianneschi, University of California, San Diego

Biological Blueprint for the Design of Novel Solar Energy Harvesting Technology
Tatas Brotosudarmo, Ma’Chung Research University

The Molecular Mechanisms of Spider Silk Assembly
Greg Holland, San Diego State University

 Mass Extinction and Citizen Science

Organizers: William Gilhooly and Topik Hidayat

Global Identification of Eruption Magnitude Based On Topographical Reconstruction of Ancient Volcanoes
Asep Saepuloh, Bandung Institute of Technology

Biodiversity Inventory in the Underway Sixth Mass Extinction: The Role of Citizen Science in Documenting Plant Diversity in Indonesia
Teguh Triono, The Indonesian Biodiversity Foundation

Biodiversity Inventory in the Underway Sixth Mass Extinction: Mass extinctions and Earth system perturbations
Ryan McKenzie, Yale University

 Non-communicable Disease and Aging

Organizers: Jajah Fachiroh and Natalie Ebner

Non-communicable diseases – The salient killer of the 21st century and beyond
Leanne Redman, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University

Intervening the Cardiovascular Disease Continuum to Combat
Budi Anggoro, Universitas Gadjah Mada

The obesity pandemic: causes, consequences and containment
Leonie Heilbronn, University of Adelaide

 Robotics and Information Systems / Innovation

Organizers: Enid Montague and Rajesri Govindaraju

Information & Communication Technology for Collaborative Scientific Endeavour
Ary Setyadi, Intitute Technology of Bandung

Landscape of the Digital Economy in Indonesia
Yudho Giri Sucahyo, University of Indonesia

How can robots get along with people?
Ross Knepper, Cornell University 

 Social Decision Making / Behavioral Economics

Organizers Natalie Ebner and Teguh Dartanto

Social Decision Making / Behavioral Economics
Steven Chang, Yale University

The Foundation of Human Cooperative Behaviors
Felix Warneken, Harvard University

Eliminating the Fuel Subsidy in Indonesia:
Using Behavioral Insights to Design Alternative Policies and Assessing Households Preferences Among Them

Rimawan Pradiptyo, Universitas Gadjah Mada 

The Indonesian-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium is sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development.  Major support is provided by the Kavli Foundation with additional support from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Indonesian Academy of Sciences. 

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