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9th International Seminar of Indonesian Society for Microbiology


Optimising Microbe Utilization for Human Welfare

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Microbes are microscopic living creatures whose presence in nature holds an important role in all aspects of human life. Indonesia as a tropical country has a high diversity of different kinds of living creatures, including microbes. Indonesia is a source of microbes that much explored by researchers to obtain potential microbes that have specific physiological properties, given the existing natural conditions. Studies on the role of microbes as a processor and a producer of compounds that have economic value continues to explore the potential of microbes in addressing issues in order to increase human welfare.
Research on disease-causing microbes also be improved, as well as research to find the source of chemotherapeutic compounds derived from microbes. Annual Scientific Meeting in 2017, is one of the permanent agenda of the Indonesian Society for Microbiology, which is held as a means to share their experiences and research results among researchers in universities, research institutions, and industry. From this meeting the expected results of the research can be widely known by the public and will take place the follow-up use of the research results, even be developed in cooperation with industry related microbes or microbial products itself.

Invited Speakers

Prevalence and Risk factors of antibiotic resistant micro-organisms and the importance of an Antibiotic stewardship program to control the resistance problem

National Institute for Public Health and Enviroment

Prof. Dr. Ellen E. Stobberingh
Maastricht University -Netherlands-

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Mircrobe for Compost

Prof. Dr. Irfan D. Prijambodo, M.Sc.
University of Gajahmada -Indonesia-

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Industrial Biotechnology

Prof. Dr. Philipp Wiedemann
Mannheim University of Applied Sciences -Germany-

Ammonium Sulphate as a N source for Gluconacetobacter xylinuson Nata de CocoFermentation: a current issue

Food Fermentation

Prof. Dr. Rindit Pambayun, MP.
University Of Sriwijaya -Indonesia-

Development of anti-Dengue NS1 monoclonal antibody by immunization with antigen expressing-Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells

Technology of Microbe

Dr. Sabar Pambudi
BPPT -Indonesia-

isolation, screening and formulation of substrate for production of PGPR and beneficial compounds for improving plant production and its dissemination

Microbe for Fertilizer

Dr. Rer. nat. Sarjiya Antonius
LIPI -Indonesia-

Pathogenesis of Infectious Diseases & Antimicrobial Resistance:MRSA Cases

medical microbiology

Prof. Dr. dr. Yuwono, M.Biomed
Sriwijaya University -Indonesia-

Antimicrobial activity from Microalgae against Diseases in Aquaculture

Marine Biology, Mycology, Phycology

Prof. Dr. Ir. Muhammad Zainuri, DEA
Dipenogoro University -Indonesia-

Use of Probiotics in Aquaculture: Trends and Future Perspectives

Fish Reproductive Endocrinology

Prof Dr Sharr Azni Harmin
Universiti Selangor -Malaysia-

Main Purpose

Always trust a microbiologist because they have the best chance of predicting when the world will end

Teddie O. Rahube
• To provide a vehicle the state of the art in research result s and trends in the field of Microbiology. and To offer interaction, discussion and possible co-operations among industrial experts and the public about microbiology.
• To increase awareness of policy makers and public on microbiology's role in national development.

In microbiology the roles of mutation and selection in evolution are coming to be better understood through the use of bacterial cultures of mutant strains

Edward Tatum
Food, Agriculture and Forestry Microbiology Work Medical Microbiology Work Energy and Environmental Microbiology Work
Industrial Biotechnology Work Biorefenary Work Marine Mmicrobiology Work

The cause of nutrition and growth resides not in the organism as a whole but in the separate elementary parts—the cells

Theodor Schwann, Mikroskopische Untersuchungen Uber Die
    1.  Researchers
    2.  Academia, students, and university students
    3.  Industrial and business practitioners 
    4.  Government

    5.  Professionals,  organizations and NGOs

Selected paper will be published on Journal of Microbiology Indonesia

Details Dates Status
Deadline for abstract submission 20 Oct closed
Notification of abstract acceptance 26 Oct closed
Deadline for full paper submission 31 Oct closed
Early Bird 31 Oct closed
Normal Bird After 31 Oct Closed
Workshop (Analysis of Protein) 13 Nov closed
Conference 14 - 15 Nov closed

We cannot fathom the marvelous complexity of an organic being; but on the hypothesis here advanced this complexity is much increased. Each living creature must be looked at as a microcosm--a little universe, formed of a host of self-propagating organisms, inconceivably minute and as numerous as the stars in heaven

Charles Darwin
Registration can be made online through: htpp://www.isism9.permi.or.id or by sending a filled registration form by email to: panitia@isism9.permi.or.id or by fax to: +62-711-310320 The registration fee covers meals during the conference, seminar kit and certificate. Accommodation is excluded
Submission of registration fee to account: Hary Widjajanti Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Swift code: BNINIDJA Account number 059-690-1787 Please send a copy of your payment receipt to the email address of the organizing committee: panitia@isism9.permi.or.id



Submission of registration fee to account: Hary Widjajanti Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Swift code: BNINIDJA Account number 059-690-1787 Please send a copy of your payment receipt to the email address of the organizing committee: panitia@isism9.permi.or.id

# Participants Before October 31, 2017 After October 31, 2017
1 Indonesian Participants IDR 1.000.000 IDR 1.500.000
2 Indonesian Participants (PERMI member) IDR 800.000 IDR 1.250.000
3 Students IDR 650.000 IDR 750.000
4 Indonesian Company IDR 1.500.000 IDR 2.000.000
5 International Participants USD 350 USD 450
6 International Students USD 175 USD 250
7 Workshop IDR 450.000 IDR 450.000
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What is PERMI?

Indonesian Association for Microbiology established in 1974 is one of reputed scientific organizations as a nonprofit organization with 1500 members and IUMS member. Our members include national government agencies, research institute, universities, and umbrella organizations such as Forkomikro (Forum Komunikasi Kurator Koleksi Biakan Mikrobiologi), ISLAB-GM (Indonesian Society for Lactic Acid Bacteria and Gut Mikrobiota) dan IBSA (Indonesian Biological Safety Association). Since its inception, it has contributed significantly towards development of microbiology, particularly in areas of research, innovation, application, teaching and consultancy. The Indonesian Association for Microbiology publishes fourth times a year journal, “Journal of Microbiology Indonesia" and accredited. Journal of Microbiology Indonesia, by publishing original research findings and research reviews from researchers in Indonesia and abroad and manuscript has been reviewed by the qualified national reviewer and international.



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