The 2030 sustainable development agenda has demonstrated climate change as one of the most adverse concerns in our present time. It threatens millions of people on this planet into the stage of poverty. Most people do not seem to have the know-how and available solutions to avert this crisis and create opportunities for a better livelihood. Climate change might have happened a few years ago. Unfortunately, we perhaps did not recognize its coming. When our world is warming faster than at any condition in the past or recorded history, we later realize its coming. It is happening today. Further, the crisis is not only attacking our global economy, but also it is hardly inducing policymakers across the globe to reshape how ideal the future would be.
The situation we are now facing is a powerful reason for real action, providing hope that our action can generate a transformative change benefiting our planet and particularly, our society.
In the middle of this chaotic environment, scientists are, thus, challenged to tackle environment-related problems through fruitful innovations. They must find critical points associated with environmental challenges, thereby reducing the impediment of sustainability efforts from remediation of global pollution to the design of green syntheses and technologies and of next-generation greener and functional materials. As an urgent action in response to this serious issue, an international platform meeting is necessary for the engineers, technologies, and scientists to share their knowledge and exchange experiences of recent updates in the scope of green syntheses, technologies, and material developments. In addition, the platform is intended to challenge the scientific communities to have a mindset of a game-changing approach, eventually helping to create more a sustainable future.
Under the global campaign ‘changing our world: the 2030 agenda for sustainable development’ echoed by the United Nations (UN), the 3rd International Conference on Lignocellulose (ICONLIG) in conjunction with the 15th National Symposium of Indonesian Wood Research Society (IWoRS) in Bogor, Indonesia, aims to broadcast recent issues related to green syntheses, technologies for the production of lignocellulosic materials worldwide. Besides that, it is also set to fuel the enthusiasm and energy of the applications of green materials for a sustainable future on our planet.TEST
Iman Hidayat, Ph.D
Iman Hidayat, Ph.D is an Indonesian scientist and public official specialized in mycology, microbiology, and plant pathology. He completed his bachelor degree in Biology at Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Padjadjaran University in 2002, and his doctoral degree in Plant Pathology at Faculty of Agriculture, Chiang Mai University in 2009. He was a researcher at Research Center for Biomaterial, Indonesian Institutes of Sciences (LIPI). Since 2021 he was appointed as Head of the Research Organization of Life Sciences and Environment (ORHL) at The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN). During his time as researcher, he completed various courses on ascomycetes taxonomy, plant pathological microorganisms, and molecular phylogenetics.
Prof. Thaddeus Maloney
(Aalto University, Finland)
Thaddeus Maloney is associate tenured professor at Aalto University where is has been employed since 2009 and is also visiting professor at Coimbra University in Portugal. He has worked in the forest products and allied industries in a range of production and research positions. His main research on lignocellulosic fibers and their applications. He has authored over 90 papers on pulp fibers, paper and composites, nanocellulose and other topics.
Prof. Martin Lawoko
Martin Lawoko, Ph. D is a professor of Department of Fibre and Polymer Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. He previously did postdoctoral research at the University of Maine, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, USA. He has more than 70 publications in high-impact journals. Currently, he is supervising 4 doctoral students and 2 postdoctoral researchers. His specialties are Lignin chemistry, biorefining and valorization.
Prof. Sudesh Kumar
Prof. Sudesh Kumar (PhD, RIKEN Institute & Saitama University, Japan) is a Professor of Microbiology and Biotechnology at the School of Biological Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). His specialization is in the field of microbiology, genetics and polymer chemistry of microbial polyesters (bioplastics). Prof. Sudesh has published more than 90 original research articles, two books, four patents, with more than ten PhD students graduated under his supervision, and he was awarded with multiple national and international grants. He is currently a RIKEN program coordinator in USM.
(Deputy Director, Forest Legality Initiative, World Research Institute DC, USA)
Tina is the Director for Forest Governance and Policy within the Natural Resources Governance and Policy Initiative. The Forest Governance and Policy team coordinates WRI’s engagement on policy measures related to forest products and commodity supply chains associated with forest degradation and deforestation.
Before joining WRI in 2014, Tina spent two years in the Lao PDR where she conducted research on land tenure and community forestry for the German aid agency GIZ as part of a Fulbright grant. She also managed the Responsible Asia Forests and Trade (RAFT) partnership activities in Laos for TRAFFIC, and researched the impact of demand-side forest legality measures on smallholder timber plantations for Chatham House.
Previously, Tina worked for the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund at Conservation International, where she administered grants supporting civil society engagement in biodiversity conservation across Latin America, the Caucasus and Polynesia-Micronesia. She also worked in Ecuador on cacao and coffee value chain development supporting smallholder farmers through the GIZ, and on payments for environmental services with the municipal water fund FONAG.
Tina holds a Masters of Forestry from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, and a Bachelor of Arts from Reed College.
Assoc. Prof. Torbjörn Pettersson
Torbjörn Pettersson Ph.D is an Associate Professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. He has expertise in surface modification, surface interactions and characterizations with high resolution techniques. He has been working with surface modifications, surface interactions and new materials from cellulose for long time and have over 70 papers published in scientific research journals. During recent years his focus has been on understanding the effect on material properties dependent on the molecular design of the interface. Most of his work is related to cellulose based materials ranging from composites, fiber based materials to applications and fundamental understanding of nanocellulose and regenerated cellulose.
Dr. Tero Kämäräinen
(Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Japan)
Dr. Tero Kämäräinen is a postdoctoral researcher at Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University in Japan in the laboratory of Formulation Design and Pharmaceutical Technology headed by Prof. Yuichi Tozuka, where he has been involved in the formulation of spray-dried supraparticles and small-angle scattering analysis of phytoglycogen and mixed surfactant micelles. He graduated from Aalto University (Finland) in 2020 with a D.Sc. (Tech.) in bioproduct technology under Prof. Orlando J. Rojas. He is broadly interested in nanomaterials, colloidal science, particle technology and scientific programming.
Prof. Jukka Seppälä (Aalto University, Finland)
Jukka Seppälä, Dr.Sc. (Chem. Eng.), is a professor of Polymer Technology and distinguished professor in Aalto University in Finland. He gained his experience in the industry at Neste Corporation during 1979 – 1986. He acted as the Director of the Bio- and Nanopolymers Research Group in Finnish Academy Center of Excellence for the years 2001 – 2007. He has authored more than 400 scientific articles and the same number of other types of scientific publications. His h-index is 60 according to WoS. He is one of the inventors in around 50 patents and patent applications families. He became a member of the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters in the year 2005 and Member of Finnish Academy of Technology 2010. He has been nominated as Academy Professor for the years 2011 – 2015. He is the leader of the National Bio-Economy Infrastructure. For the years 2017-2022 he was nominated as a Chief Engineering Counsellor in the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland. He was nominated as Distinguished Professor in Aalto University in 2022.
Prof. Benjamin S. Hsiao
(Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Stony Brook University)
Dr. Benjamin S. Hsiao is a Distinguished Professor in Chemistry at Stony Brook University, USA. He has a notable reputation in polymer science with over 620 scientific publications. His current research interests are focused on the development of sustainable nanomaterials from underutilized biomass for water purification and food security. Hsiao was elected as Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Chemical Society, American Physical Society, Materials Research Society, and National Academy of Inventors, and received AAAS-Lemelson Foundation Invention Ambassador, and The Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water – The Creativity Prize.
Dr. Lichao Jiao
(Associate Professor at Research Institute of Wood Industry, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing, China)
Dr. Lichao Jiao is an associate professor from Research Institute of Wood Industry, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Beijing China. His research interests include Wood Anatomy and Wood Identification. He has been assigned to the Deputy Coordinator of Working Group 5.16.03 – Multidisciplinary identification of wood of IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) (since 2020), Secretariat Member of IAWA (International Association of Wood Anatomists) (since 2020), and Member/Deputy Secretary of Wild Plant Standardization Technical Committee, National Forestry and Grassland Administration (NFGA) of China (since 2023).
Assoc. Prof. Richard T. Olsson
(KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
Assoc. Prof. Richard T. Olsson earned his PhD in 2007 at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) on the topic of microwave absorbing nanocomposites developed for the Swedish Research Defence Agency. Previously, he had developed an interest in polymeric materials when working with optical fibre coatings at École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier in France (-2000) and at Bell Labs, USA (2000–2001). His postdoctoral studies were carried out in 2008-2010 at Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (IATA), Spain, with focus on renewable nanomaterials within bioplastics for food packaging. He has 8 worldwide patents in the above related fields. Natural polymers are explored, and cellulose nanofibers have been the main topic of investigation over the last 10 years as a member of the Wallenberg Wood Science Centre (WWSC). Further, he serves (since 2015) as an Editorial Board Member for the open access multidisciplinary research journal Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group), with an established 5-year impact factor of 4.58. His other research interests are polymer nanocomposite fabrication (thermoplastics, thermoset and biobased) with rapid turnover polymer fomulation investigations, surface adaption of nanoparticles to polymer interfaces, in-situ formation of nanoparticles, extrusion, and electrospinning for anisotropic/isotropic composite fabrication.
Assist. Prof. Timo Leskinen
(Helsinki University, Finland)
Dr. Timo Leskinen has recently started as an Assistant Professor at University of Helsinki focusing his research on Chemistry of Circular Economy. Dr. Leskinen earned his master’s degree in 2011 from the same Chemistry department of University of Helsinki. He worked for his dissertation in North Carolina State University between 2011 and 2015, focusing on wood-based cellulosic biorefining concepts. In 2015 he returned to Finland and worked as a post-doc research at Aalto University in pioneering work around colloidal lignin until moved to Finnish energy company St1 in 2017. During the nearly 6 years at St1 Dr. Leskinen contributed to development of the first in the world softwood sawdust based cellulosic bioethanol demonstration plant, including development of the pretreatment process and commercialization of the lignin product. In his current position at University of Helsinki, his goal is to establish research focusing on circular economy concepts that can deliver low carbon and sustainable materials to the society.
Dr. Katariina Solin
(VTT Research Center, Finland)
D.Sc. (Tech.) Katariina Solin works as Research Scientist at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. She received her PhD in Bioproduct technology at Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering. She has expertise in surface analytics and her research is focused on the functionalization of lignocellulose to develop innovative, biobased solutions and materials with advanced functions, including antibacterial coatings, fluidic channels, and sensing systems.
Dr. J.Y. Zhu
Dr. Junyong Zhu is a senior researcher at the Forest Products Laboratory of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in Madison, Wisconsin. His primary research interests are fiber technology and biomass refining. He has worked as a senior researcher at FPL-USDA since 2003. In 2019, he received the US Forest Service Chief’s Award and the IUFRO Scientific Achievement Award. In 2016, he received the Fulbright-Aalto University Distinguished Chair Scholarship. Some of his publications have a global impact, as evidenced by the number of times they have been cited in international publications. His scholarly works have been published in numerous journals and publications by reputable publishers. He engages in professional activities as an editor and member of the advisory board for numerous prestigious international journals, including ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., Cellulose, BioResources, Bioenergy Research, TAPPI Journal, and China Pulp and Paper. In addition, he is a member of international professional organizations, including the American Chemical Society (ACS) and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Rasel Das, Ph.D.
Dr. Rasel Das is a Senior Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Chemistry at Stony Brook University, NY, USA. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Science and Technology Chittagong (USTC), Bangladesh, and Visiting Researcher and JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow at the Global Innovation Center, Kyushu University, Japan, from 2018 to 2020. He finished DAAD Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering, Germany, in 2017. He was awarded for Endeavour Research Fellowship at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, The University of Queensland, Australia, in 2018. He leads the research and product development team of SWFTLabs LLC and the Water Desalination and Transport Division, MHD Technology Corp. Florida, USA. He has published >50 journal articles, books, and editorials, examining and defining ‘Functional Nanomaterials for Food-Water-Energy Nexus.’ He has been invited to discuss his research at prestigious institutions like SEAS, Harvard University, and the National Institute of Health (NIH), USA. He was awarded and honored by Elsevier-Atlas and BSN Academic Award in 2015. He is on the editorial board member of the Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology, Lead Guest Editor of Desalination Journal, Topic Editor of Membrane, and a reviewer of many prestigious journals, including ACS Environmental Science & Technology, Journal of Membrane Science, Desalination, Nanoscale, etc. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Malaya, Malaysia, under the prestigious BrightSparks scholarship after being awarded distinctions in both undergraduate and postgraduate studies from USTC. His doctoral thesis was on the Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes and the Development of NanoBiohybrid for Water Purification.
R.A. Ilyas, PhD, FIAAM, FISDS, MRSC, AMIChemE, MIEM
R.A. Ilyas is a senior lecturer in Faculty of Chemical and Energy Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia. He is also a Fellow of International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM), Sweden, Fellow of International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISDS), Japan, a member of Royal Society of Chemistry, UK and Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), UK. He received his Diploma in Forestry at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Bintulu Campus (UPMKB), Sarawak, Malaysia from Mei 2009 to April 2012. In 2012, he was awarded the Public Service Department (JPA) scholarship to pursue his Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in Chemical Engineering at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). Upon completing his BSc. programme in 2016, he was again awarded the Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) by the Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) to undertake a PhD degree in the field of Biocomposite Technology & Design at Institute of Tropical Forestry and Forest Products (INTROP) UPM. R.A. Ilyas was the recipient of MVP Doctor of Philosophy Gold Medal Award UPM 2019, for Best PhD Thesis and Top Student Award, INTROP, UPM. He was awarded with Outstanding reviewer by Carbohydrate Polymers, Elsevier United Kingdom, Top Cited Article 2020-2021 Journal Polymer Composite, Wiley, 2022, and Best Paper Award in various International Conferences. R.A. Ilyas also was listed and awarded Among World’s Top 2% Scientist (Subject-Wise) Citation Impact during the Single Calendar Year 2019, 2020, and 2021 by Stanford University, US, PERINTIS Publication Award 2021 and 2022 by Persatuan Saintis Muslim Malaysia, Emerging Scholar Award by Automotive and Autonomous Systems 2021, Belgium, Young Scientists Network – Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) 2021, UTM Young Research Award 2021, UTM Publication Award 2021, and UTM Highly Cited Researcher Award 2021. In 2021, he won Gold Award and Special Award (Kreso Glavac (The Republic of Crotia) at the Malaysia Techonology Expo (MTE2022), Gold Award dan Special Award at International Borneo Innovation, Exhibition & Competition 2022 (IBIEC2022), and, a Gold Award at New Academia Learning Innovation (NALI2022). His main research interests are: (1) Polymer Engineering (Biodegradable Polymers, Biopolymers, Polymer composites, Polymer-gels) and (2) Material Engineering (Natural fibre reinforced polymer composites, Biocomposites, Cellulose materials, Nanocomposites).
To date he has authored or co-authored more than 422 publications (published/accepted): 179 Journals Indexed in JCR/ Scopus, 3 non-index Journal, 17 books, 104 book chapters, 78 conference proceedings/seminars, 4 research bulletins, 10 conference papers (abstract published in book of abstract), 17 Guest Editor of Journal special issues and 10 Editor/Co-Editor of Conference/Seminar Proceedings on green materials related subjects.
Dr. Akbar Hanif Dawam A., MT.
Tomy Listyanto, S.Hut., M.Env.Ec. Ph.D.
Dr. Ahmad Ilyas bin Rushdan
Prof. Madya Ts. Dr. Mohamad Zaki bin Hassan
Dr. Melbi Mahardika, S.T.
Dyah Ayu Agustiningrum, S.TP., M.Si (Coordinator)
Dr. Dian Juliadmi
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Riska Suryaningrum, S.Si, M.Sc
Mutia Herni Ningrum, S.Hut, M.Sc
Dr. Holilah, S.Si., M.Si
Dr. Firda Aulya Syamani S.TP., M.Si.
Nanang Masruchin, ST, MT, Ph.D
Dr. Nuzul Ficky Nuswantoro, S.Si (Coordinator)
Karnita Yuniarti, S.Hut., M.Wood.Sc, Ph.D
Dr. Ismail Budiman, M.Si.
Dimas Triwibowo, S. T., M.T.
Danang Sudarwoko Adi, S.Hut, M. Sc.
Rossy Choerun Nissa, M.Biotek
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Consumption and Logistics
Sudarmanto, S.T, M.T. (Coordinator)
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Protocol and MC
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Dr. Robertus Wahyu N. Nugroho
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|Registration||20 September 2023|
|Conference||21-22 September 2023|
|Conference Dinner||21 September 2023|
|Excursion||23-24 September 2023|
Rabu, 20 September 2023
Tema: Desain Material dan Inovasi Hijau untuk Pengelolaan Hutan Lestari
|07.30 - 08.15||Registrasi|
|08.15 - 08.30||Pembukaan oleh MC|
|08.30 - 08.35||Sambutan oleh Ketua Acara|
|08.35 - 08.45||Sambutan oleh Kepala Pusat Riset Biomassa dan Bioproduk|
|08.45 - 08.55||Sambutan oleh Ketua Umum MAPEKI|
|08.55 - 09.00||Peralihan dari MC ke Moderator|
|Paparan dari Narasumber|
|09.00 - 09.20||Dr. Krisdianto (KLHK) (Kehutanan Umum)|
|09.20 - 09.40||Dr. Akbar Hanif Dawam A., M.T. (PRBB – BRIN)
(Tinjauan tentang produk-produk Biomassa)
|09.40 - 09.55||Sesi tanya-jawab untuk dua narasumber|
|09.55 - 10.00||Penyerahan Cenderamata dan Foto Bersama|
|10.00 - 10.15||Coffee Break|
|10.15 - 10.35||Dr. Rita Kartikasari (IPB)
(Kimia Kayu / Hasil Hutan Bukan Kayu)
|10.35 - 10.55||Dr. Ratih Damayanti (PRBB – BRIN)
(Forensik Kayu / Struktur dan Sifat Kayu)
|10.55 - 11.10||Sesi tanya-jawab untuk dua narasumber|
|11.10 - 11.15||Penyerahan Cendramata dan Foto Bersama|
|11.15 - 11.45||Penghargaan kepada anggota MAPEKI yang Purna Tugas|
|11.45 - 13.00||ISHOMA|
|13.00 - 14.00||Parallel Session 1|
|14.00 - 15.00||Parallel Session 2|
|15.00 - 16.00||Break (Shalat, dan Persiapan Rapat MAPEKI)|
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