ISC-2017

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Prof. Dr. Koichi Fukase

Osaka University, Japan: Organic Synthesis

Prof. Dr. Koichi Fukase earned his doctorate at Osaka University. He is a full professor and head of Fukase Research group at Osaka University. His current research focuses are on Chemical Biology, Bioimaging, Chemistry of natural products, and Glycoscience. 

Title of lecture: Chemical synthesis of immunologically relevant prokaryotic and eukaryotic glycoconjugates

 

Prof. Dr. Khalijah Awang

University Malaya, Malaysia: Natural Product Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Khalijah Awang graduated BSc (Hons) from Waterloo University, MSc from University of Malaya and PhD from Universite Rene Descartes. She is a full professor in Natural Product Chemistry at University Malaya. Her current research interest is on Natural Products Chemistry (Natural Products, NMR, Alkaloids, Biological Activity).

Title of lecture: Strategies in Natural Products Research and Recent Findings from the Malayan Flora

 

Prof. Dr. M.V. Venkatashamy Reddy

National University Singapore, Singapore: Material Science

Prof. Dr. M.V. Venkatashamy Reddy is a researcher at Graphene Research Center, Depts. of Physics & Chemistry, NUS Associated with Prof. B.V.R. Chowdari and Prof. K.P. Loh. He is active as an editor at some board and regional journals. His current research interests are on Advanced Functional Materials; Energy Storage materials Physics, Chemistry of Materials, and Thin Film Micro-batteries.

Title of lecture: Advances on Energy Storage Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries

 

Prof. Dr. Yuji Kubo

Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan: Molecular Systems based on Self-Organization

Prof. Dr. Yuji Kubo is a Professor of Tokyo Metropolitan University. He joined Kochi University as a research assistant in 1986 and earned a PhD from Osaka Prefecture University in 1990. After a postdoctoral stay (1990-1991) with Prof. J. L. Sessler at the University of Texas at Austin, in 1992 he joined Saitama University as an Associate Professor. He also was a researcher of PRESTO (Precursory Research for Embryonic Science and Technology) under Japan Science Technology Agency (JST) (1997-2000). Since 2008 he has been a Professor of Tokyo Metropolitan University. His research interests include molecular systems based on self-organization.

Title of lecture: Hierarchical supramolecules using boronic acid building blocks

 

Prof. Dr. Bauke W. Dijkstra

University of Groningen, Netherland: Biophysical Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Bauke W. Dijkstra is emeritus professor of Biophysical Chemistry at the University of Groningen. His research program is geared towards obtaining insight in the functioning of biomacromolecules at the atomic level by means of three-dimensional structure determinations using X-ray diffraction methods and other biophysical methods. In particular, enzyme mechanisms are being studied. He is member of several honoured organisations (EMBO and KNAW) and editorial boards of scientific journals.

Title of lecture: Crystal structure of human tyrosinase related protein 1 reveals an active site with a type 3 zinc-binding site and provides a structural explanation for albinism causing mutations

 

Peter Barnard, Ph.D.

La Trobe University, Australia: Synthesis of coordination complexes

Dr. Peter Barnard studied Bioinorganic Chemistry at Macquarie University (MSc) and University of Sydney (PhD). Since 2009, he is an lecturer in chemistry at La Trobe Institute for Molecular Science, La Trobe University. He is also a member of The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (MRACI Cchem). His research interests including the synthesis and characterization of new metal containing compounds for diagnostic imaging agents (radiopharmaceuticals) and fluorescent probes for imaging and sensor applications.

Title of lecture: Rhenium(I) and Technetium(I) N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes That Bind To Amyloid

 

Dr. Tati Herlina

Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia: Natural Product Chemistry

Dr. Tati Herlina was graduated from Universitas Padjadjaran.  She is actively involved in research cooperation with various overseas institutions, including Osaka Prefecture University (Japan) and Institute for Medical Research (Malaysia). Her expertise area is natural product chemistry, especially natural products from Erythrina plants with anticancer activity.

Title of lecture: Secondary Metabolites from Indonesian Erythrina Plant and Their Cytotoxic Activity

 

Dr. Ran Friedman

Linnæus University, Sweden: Computational Chemistry with Specialization on Biomolecules.

Dr. Ran Friedman is senior lecturer (associate professor) of chemistry, and a research group leader. He teaches medicinal and physical chemistry in various courses. In his role as a researcher he is a theoretical chemist, which means that he studies chemistry with the help of computer simulations and modelling. In his research, he applies computational chemistry to study molecular interactions. He is especially interested in biomolecules, and how they interact with ions. Another area of particular focus in his studies is that of drug resistance in cancer.

Title of lecture: Understanding drug resistance to targeted cancer therapy with computer simulations

 

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

 

Dr. rer. nat. Maulidan Firdaus, M.Sc

Universitas Sebelas Maret

Title of lecture: Thiol-Ene Addition for the Synthesis of Monomers Derived from Limonene

 
 

Ambara R. Pradipta, Ph.D

RIKEN, Japan

Title of lecture: Utilization of azide-acrolein click reaction for oxidative stress imaging of live cells

 
 

Dr. M. Lutfi Firdaus

Universitas Bengkulu

Title of lecture: Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using jicama extract and its application for colorimetric sensing of mercury ions

 

 

Lukman Hakim, S.Si., M.Sc., Dr. Sc.

Universitas Brawijaya 

Title of Lecture: On the polymorphism and anomalous thermal properties of water: a molecular perspective

 

 

Sri Fatmawati, S.Si., M.Sc., Ph.D

Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November

Title of Lecture: The Potency of East Java Traditional Medicines for Aldose Reductase Inhibitors

 
 

Dr. rer. nat. Nizar Happyana

Institut Teknologi Bandung

Title of Lecture: 1H NMR-based Metabolomics for Studying Metabolite Profiles of Medicinal Cannabis Trichomes

 
 

Khomaini Hasan, Ph.D

Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani

Title of lecture: The tale of haloalkane dehalogenase from Agrobacterium tumefaciens C58: From biochemical information to protein engineering effort

 
 

Fitri Khoerunnisa, Ph.D

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Title of lecture: Tailoring electronic properties of carbon nanotubulites

 
 

Prof. Dr. Yoshihito Shiono

Yamagata University

Title of Lecture: Screening of Bioactive Metabolites from the Cultures of Ascomycete Fungi Xylaria. sp.

 
 

Dr. Rohadi Awaludin

National Nuclear Energy Agency of Indonesia

Title of lecture: Applications of Nuclear Chemistry and Radiation in Material Development

 
 

Setiawan Raharjo

PT Timah, Tbk.

Title of lecture: Exploration of Rare Earth Element in Tin Belt Zone of Indonesia

 
 

Dr. Tri Mayanti

Universitas Padjadjaran

Title of lecture: Phytochemistry, Chemotaxonomy and Biological Properties of The Secondary Metabolites from Lansium domesticum

 
 

Dr. Muktiningsih Nurjayadi

Universitas Negeri Jakarta

Title of lecture: Fim-C Salmonella typhimurium Recombinant Protein Development as Typhoid Vaccine Candidate Model

 
 

Dr. Dadan Hermawan

Universitas Jenderal Soedirman

Title of lecture: Enantioseparation of selected chiral compounds using cyclodextrin-modified micellar electrokinetic chromatography

 

 

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